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February 3rd, 2022 • 3h 0m

1422: Honk Honk

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learn to code. Adam curry Jhansi Devora
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Thursday February 3 2022. This is your award winning keep our
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nation media assassination episode 1422
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This is no agenda, awaiting Snowmageddon
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part two and broadcasting live from the heart of the Texas hill
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country here in FEMA Region number six in the morning,
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everybody. I'm Adam curry
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Han from Northern Silicon Valley. We're all waiting for
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the new Super Bowl to come with the Los Angeles RAM rods and the
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Cincinnati Bengals please I'm Jessie Tavares.
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So we tested for about 10 minutes before the show and you
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know you give me level and then you you you come in like
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blasting through your microphone like we did not test that level.
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Oh, oh my god. That was the most over modulating opening ever do
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it again. No, no, no, we're keeping it now. This is good.
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Oh, let's
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do it again. No, that
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doesn't sound good. Oh, okay. You want to do it again? If we
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really want to do it again. We can do it again. Well, I get
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back way off like No, no, no, no, no, no, no, you should not
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be compensating.
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Okay, well, why don't we not do it again? It would just leave
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it.
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I'll just leave the crap why in the morning to you, John. How
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you doing?
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In the morning and Top of the morning in the morning.
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We got 22 degrees here in the hill country. Every yesterday
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Tina went to the HGTV. She said the shelves were empty. People
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are running around like crazy. Oh Snowmageddon is coming.
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Snowmageddon is coming.
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Oh, please. Yeah, in a week from now that place will be normal.
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Knowing that tomorrow tomorrow it's supposed to be 90. Yeah.
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And you know, the governor's Oh, well, we can't we can't promise
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there won't be any planned outages. Okay. And we have our
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dude named Ben, or night protector of the megawatts he's
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like, man, don't worry, we're good. No problem. They're not
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gonna let that happen again, something may happen but they're
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not gonna let it happen. Not for a while not the way it happened
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that time because that was just greed. That's not going to
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happen.
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What else generator coming.
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So the transfer switches in the generators in the right spot.
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Now we're just connecting the conduit to the genuine you know,
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the the wire to the generator and the tubing to the propane
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tank should be done this weekend. The boys are showing
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up. I said if the domestic extremist take out the power
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grid and this thing is not hooked up and I'd be very upset
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with you. To which they said really? Oh, I hope that happens.
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Finally target process with moving targets.
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So it probably too cool for me to come out and work.
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No, no, no, no, this is enough. Free kidding. This is a read.
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These are real men. That will mess around. They're like, Oh, I
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have Karuna I can't come. No, none of that. None of that. Real
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men. Speaking of the truckers in Canada Navia. It continues very
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little m five M coverage.
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But that doesn't sound right. Because I have a clip. Yes. From
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Shooto. Oh, okay. Who address this situation?
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Oh, it's so I must I must have it all wrong. Let's see what the
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Prime Minister says to the
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nearly 90% of truckers across the country who have gotten
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vaccinated who continue working hard to keep us fed and keep our
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economy moving. Thank you. truckers have tough jobs, long
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hours on the road, days away from their families, real
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challenges, particularly over the past two years, as they've
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continued to step up, to put food on our shelves and on our
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tables to support us with life saving medication and supplies.
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We have relied on you and you can rely on us to continue to
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stand with you and allow you to do your jobs safely. Almost 90%
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of you are doing exactly that. Right. Exactly that. And we
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thank you deeply for everything you've done. The behavior on
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display this weekend. does not represent you.
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Yeah. Okay. So if it's 50,000 trucks, that's only 10%. So that
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would be there's a how many truckers are there in Canada?
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Navia. Yeah, this seems like a lot. But that was their
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narrative was that but this is the CBC and I think this kind of
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was all telling about where they're pushing this now
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reach out to Bernie Farber. He is the chair of the Canadian
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anti hate network. And Bernie, thank you for joining
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sounds sounds a lot like the anti defamation Defamation
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League. Yes, today.
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Thank you, Michael. Listen, I
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want to begin with your thoughts as someone who grew up in Ottawa
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as someone whose father He was a Holocaust survivor when you see
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when you hear about swastikas being painted onto Parliament
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Hill being used to deface property around the nation's
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capitol. What goes through your mind?
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Well, it's absolutely frightening. I think you have to
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remember that it's not just me, but there are many of my friends
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and family and others in the Jewish community and in the
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community of color and other minority groups, but
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specifically, those groups that have been targeted by Nazis and
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Neo Nazis in this country to see swastikas and Confederate flag
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stickers, typically swastika.
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swastika flag Hill,
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walking down residential streets as a counselor just noted. I
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mean, it does feel you with apprehension, it fills you with
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fear, it fills you with concern. And as a child of Holocaust
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survivor, I understand that but I actually write most Canadians
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get this and it's not trust a few malcontents or flags. This
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so called convoy actually seated the ground, in my opinion, for
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the worst display of Nazi and racist propaganda that I have
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ever seen in this country. And I've been to lots of protests,
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and many more such as these going back to the late 1960s To
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this very day, and honestly, I have never ever seen anything
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like this.
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How many observations Yes, please.
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does this guy know that those know the swastikas are
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indicators that is the government that's the Nazis?
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It's not a bunch of Nazis writing swastikas out because it
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was your own
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thing that you think is bias is different. No, I don't think he
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understand. You. Know, and by
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the way, we I do want to remind people and I hate to do it
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during this Whoopi Goldberg wonderous moment where she
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doesn't know what the Holocaust was that the definition of
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Holocaust survivor was somebody that was alive. Yes, during the
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Holocaust era, it doesn't mean they were in a camp.
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Well, that's really interesting. You know, we should probably
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play this clip because I we really don't need to do much
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about the about Whoopi Goldberg because I
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don't have any clips. I just think, Well, I
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actually have one that is specific. It's, it's from it's
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not from the apology or any of that stuff or her time outs or
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all of this outrage.
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She should have been kicked off just like just like it was born.
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Oh, please. But what was interesting is the whole crew is
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now you know, after she kind of makes this opening flub, and you
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know, and she makes the big mistake of saying no, no, no
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Jews.
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flub, hello? No. Okay.
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She makes them. As I said, she makes the mistake of calling
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Jews, white people, and then it just doubling down and tripling
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down. But listen to what the other women are also saying
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about the Holocaust, even the comparison to vaccination,
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passports, etc. Different status of people, and how completely
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clueless they are in what they're actually saying. It's
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just want to play this one. Well, also, if
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you're going to do this, then let's be truthful about it.
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Because the Holocaust isn't about race. No, no, it's not
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about race, but it's it's not about race. It's not about race.
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Because it's about man's inhumanity to man.
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This is what's so cool. So it's about man's inhumanity to man.
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Sound familiar at any point in recent history.
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That's what it's about. But it's about white supremacy.
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It's not about race. But these are groups of people without a
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map to black is white. missing the point, you're missing the
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point, the minute you turn it into race, it goes down this
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alley, let's talk about it for what it is. It's how people
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treat each other problem. It doesn't matter if you're black
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or white, because black white Jews. It's how everybody eats
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each other. So is it if you're uncomfortable? If you hear about
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mouse, should you be worried? Should your child say oh my god,
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I? I wonder if that's me? No, that's not what they're gonna
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say. They're gonna say I don't want to be like that. Well,
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hopefully, oh, it'd be cool. Yeah. And most kids, most kids,
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they don't want to be cool.
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No, they don't want living. You know, we're living in an era
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where people are comparing vaccine cards to the yellow
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stars, but people are comparing vaccinations to what Anne Frank
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went through. Yeah, so it is necessary for kids to learn.
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They do not see the clear comparison between vaccine cards
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and yellow stars, and yet they're very clearly able to
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articulate this about a man being mean and horrible to other
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people. These these people are not healthy in their mind.
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No, they're not healthy for the viewing public.
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That's certainly not cool. Okay. Now to the national the global
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way. Yes.
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Did one of them say kids don't want to be cool?
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cruel, cruel. No, I think it was cruel. Not cool. Yeah, okay.
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Yeah, that was me. Here's the national, we'll learn a little
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more about what the mainstream is thinking a breakfast barbecue
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in the middle of what's normally a busy downtown street now full
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of parked vehicles. These truckers say they've been so
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overrun with donations. They're feeding people in the
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neighborhood too. We
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came here to be respectful of the people that live in the
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city, but still make our cause heard.
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But some fed up residents feel all this has become more
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occupation than protest. Allen gamble to the sandwich calling
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it repayment for his lack of sleep. And all we hear these
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horns
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going all night long.
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It's driving me crazy. I haven't seven three days are trying
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to get to campus. But all of the best routes to campus are close.
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It's
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a little bit intimidating command to work which I have to
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do every day.
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They're in the what I would call the splash zone, I feel bad for
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them.
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But when you want to change something in history, there's
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always going to be some uncomfortableness involved in
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that. So the residents of Ottawa many are flipping out. I'm sure
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they have not slept in several days, it must be very difficult
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with with everything. But again, you see the same type of
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division amongst the citizens. Here's a very angry Ottawa
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resident, who is going out and yelling at the truckers to stop
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the noise. They got to end it all. But then listen to his view
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of the mandates. And what and what he thinks a mandate is and
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when it's really not that not that's such a big deal. And he's
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clearly a, you know, white collar worker, probably working
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from home has to fucking stop.
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Then he stops when the government list mandates. Our
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provincial federal
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vaccine, Botox fluoride,
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okay. Well, your Prime Minister has nothing to do with actually
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actually he does know anything about civics? Yes, yes.
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Actually, I do. Because didn't didn't the federal government
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make vaccine mandates for all federal employees and all
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federal it's a requirement for your fucking job. Yeah, exactly.
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That's part of the mandate. Man. will continue.
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So this poor resident to say he's only if you want if you
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want to go to work, if you don't, that's your choice. Yeah,
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sure. Everybody has a choice not to go to your job because the
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mandates, it's people losing it, losing it, then this is dumb
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reporting that we heard from Canada Navia mainstream, it's
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not much better here. Let's check in with Trevor Noah. on
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The Daily Show. Things got
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a little out of hand in Ottawa when some of the Freedom
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protesters decided they wanted a little more
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freedom than most people were comfortable with.
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While much of the protest was peaceful this morning. Police
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are investigating some incidents involving the desecration of
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national monuments including Canada's Tomb of the Unknown
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Soldier. Last night another protester was seeing climbing
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onto the monument. This morning, it was marked with urine stains.
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Oh no. The swastika flag scene it protests denounced by two
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Conservative MPs who had openly supported the convoy at this
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shelter in Ottawa stops the protesters showed up last night
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demanding food meant for the homeless. One member was
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assaulted and a security guard was called a racial slur.
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Wow.
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Nazi flags peeing on war memorials shouting racial slurs
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in homeless shelters. Honestly, it's kind of refreshing to see
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Canadians break this stereotype
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that's the best thing that's the
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best you can do. Yes, the best you can do they get better
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writers. So I have a couple of boots on the ground reports one
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is from because it's just impossible to get anything from
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mainstream of course is what we typically do. One is from gad
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sod from his podcast he got a Canadian trucker on and this he
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actually addresses some of these very issues like the urine
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stains on the monument who
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today I have BJ Dictor who is a spokesperson and an organizer
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for the freedom convoy. These are the truckers who came from
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out west to Ottawa.
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Okay, so here's this this guy's gonna give some real short
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feedback on certain things are taking place. The first one is
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the reporting from the M five m
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this by the various politicians trying to virtue signal around
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some of the truckers we have not spoken with or met with any
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politician, we have not spoken or met with any member of
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mainstream media. So everything that you're hearing from them is
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completely fabricated or their interpretation of what's going
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on. So when you see a politician sitting in front of the truckers
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saying, I'm with the truckers and the truckers want A, B, C,
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or D, they have no clue because they haven't spoken to any of
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us. The
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incident at the memorial appears to be a little different than
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the media portrayed it.
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They also complained about the incident at the War Memorial
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where somebody parked their truck on the War Memorial, where
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what they did is they parked their truck in the exact same
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spot that the media parks in during events in that area
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during Memorial Day. So I think they're upset that one of our
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trucks took their parking spots.
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This net sound totally, totally believable, is totally
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believable, and probably true. Now, this is I'm pretty sure
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this is fake. It's a true dough. I'm not sure what they were what
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the context is. But it does put his words together to explain
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the true reason why the mainstream may be kind of a
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little more on his side. If you recall, the Canada Navion
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government made $600 million available. A subsidy to the
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media outlets. Yes. COVID. Failing COVID relief. Yes, of
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course, you sometimes
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hear about liberal bias in the media these days how they're
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constantly letting off our government letting our
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government off the hook for no good reason. Frankly, I think
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that's insulting, it's clear that they let us off the hook
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for a very good reason. Because we paid them $600 million. You
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don't get stellar headlines like these without greasing the
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wheels.
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It's a good clip. I don't know, if we said that all in one set.
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If
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somebody put that together, they did an excellent job. Very good.
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Yeah. As opposed to the Herky jerky that we normally get with
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these fake clips.
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But the the the truth is in the actual information.
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Now what he says is absolutely true.
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We have our own boots on the ground report from our very own
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producer, which he sent me a like a seven minute report, I
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chopped it down into a couple of bits that I think are important
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for us to share with the with GMO nation
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in the morning, John Adam, this is Pablo in North America's
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French speaking Heartland in Canada Navia quick boots on the
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ground report from Ottawa, this thing needs international
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coverage. So the fact that no agenda can cover it is really
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going to turn a lot of people on to the cause. gonna really be
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the media we need. So this is why I'm reaching out to you,
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then a long follow up for a long time. I know how well you guys
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get into this type of subject so much appreciated. However,
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Canadian isms need to stop goofy North American Canadian
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Neighbors of America, we are to some degree but at the same
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time, what's going on right now is super serious. It's it's the
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front line in the fight against all of these control taking
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measures that have been put in place on the back of COVID. So
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from having seen it, I've realized how serious this is.
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And Canadians are standing strong, stronger than a lot of
18:21
other countries right now. They've got heart, they've got
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soul, and they're fighting with their actions, which is to
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really make a big stance. So if we can lay off the a's and the
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maple syrup, that'd be awesome.
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Yeah, I think that's a bit too much to ask. Honestly. We can't
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we we've never made fun of maple syrup.
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Have we? Why would we? We love major gods and I don't think we
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do
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a I think we do a boot.
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I may have done a was to say it a lot. Yeah, but I don't I do my
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Canadian accent they say a so if
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you know everything we discussed is serious. But if we can have
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fun with it, it's not gonna be fun. Anyway, Pablo has a couple
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of points to make. And he also mentions the M five M reporting.
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In terms of the mainstream media, they're attacking the
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movement on three fronts. Number one, they're reducing obviously,
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the numbers. They're not showing how many people are in the city.
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Lisa, staggering all of the blockades. So you don't actually
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see the trucks and twins are about maybe 20 to the visual
19:25
blockades around the city, and they move them around the city
19:28
when the cameras show up. Number two, they're saying it's far
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right extremists. They're trying to they're trying to go with the
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Trump narrative of just discrediting them from political
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affiliations and racism, which is not true but somebody walks
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around with a swastika flag. I'm not sure if Trudeau bought it
19:44
himself and handed it some douchebag who took $200 to do
19:47
it. But obviously that was the one photo that's going around
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the world in the mainstream media. So they're trying to
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discredit on extremism basis and far right. They're also trying
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to say that it is violence but this is this is is absolutely
20:00
ridiculous. I've never been offered so many hugs and and
20:06
gestures and food and basically everything is absolutely lovely.
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And and yeah, there's there's no violence to be seen if there has
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been any, it's obviously been the only thing they've reported
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on.
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Pablo luckily self corrects himself because there is
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violence. It's just a new categorization of violence.
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One thing they're saying is an act of violence is blowing the
20:28
horns, which is this new term of the word violence, this kind of
20:32
like post feminism, post critical race theory post, you
20:36
know, that systemic violence or the acts of oppression, it's
20:40
just people who are really pissed off with having their
20:42
freedoms taken away from them. So this angle is really weird.
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No, I love it. That's That's audible violence, bro. You being
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violent, back, I can see that I can see that totally becoming a
20:55
new definition of violence, noise violence.
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And just stretch, but it works.
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Pablo wraps it up with what he thinks is what he thinks the
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outcome will be how
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I think this is gonna play out. I think the truckers if they
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stay there will actually be able to overturn all the mandates. I
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think they can make a really big difference. So hopefully, they
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will be well resourced enough. There'll be enough logistics,
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there'll be enough public opinion support, and they won't
21:24
be any conflicts or incited conflicts or paid opposition to
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clear them out if they stick will get this so super hopeful
21:34
on that one. And the final thing is the one thing I find
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ingenious about this entire movement, absolutely fantastic,
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is the simple clarity of the message. I've talked with lots
21:45
of different truckers. And they all have the same message, which
21:48
is they want the end of all mandates. Now, that seems like
21:53
quite obvious. But in the mainstream media, it's being
21:55
played out. They're saying, well, it's just truckers wanting
21:57
their mandates removed. Well, they're spreading disinformation
22:02
or this that in the other. It's really simple. They don't want
22:04
to tell you the vaccines garbage. They don't want to tell
22:06
you that masks don't work. They don't want to tell you that x y
22:09
Zed mandate doesn't work. They just want them to stop.
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Yeah. I was talking to Canada Navion Janice Dean actually. And
22:22
she she was born in Canada. And she was she she says I love the
22:28
truckers I'm so for what they're doing. But she too is very
22:31
skeptical. Because all the noise coming from the government is
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anything but hugs and loving. And yeah, we get it
22:45
the government was says we're winding this down anyway into
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like, a list of the program goes by the playbook. Yeah. The
22:55
government can't let this it's like for example, say you're
22:58
about to end the mandate. And And this happens. And the end
23:03
demand, they said makes it look like you caved Yes, I get the
23:06
sense that Trudeau is one of those guys who could never
23:10
because he's weak would could really actually appear to have
23:14
caved. So they're going to disconnect. It's not going to
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end as well as a Pablo thinks.
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I don't really I don't think so either.
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We've seen this get these governments and how they
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operate, especially during this era. And it's not pleasant. I
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actually
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skipped one clip from the Canadian trucker that gad sod
23:34
had on and it's a short clip, but he he explains with names
23:39
who's really controlling Trudeau. And you know, Trudeau
23:43
is I think he calls him just, he's like, he just the guy that
23:46
goes he's just a communicator. He's like, Biden, basically. You
23:50
know, they just Alright, here's your script go out there set for
23:52
the fact that Biden
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is not much of a committee. Well, there's that
23:56
Justin Trudeau is kind of an airhead. And this is from a very
23:59
senior official within the the Liberal Party who explained this
24:04
to us. He has no involvement. He has no idea. He has watched the
24:09
news. He's kept completely isolated. He doesn't make policy
24:12
decisions like the game had no interest in politics. So what
24:16
they've done if they decided he's going to be any let it slip
24:19
one time, the relationships manager. So he's the actor, they
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want to go say something they say Justin, talk about a b and
24:28
c. And he goes, goes and does it. That's why it seems so
24:31
incongruent. He'll talk about things in a time that just make
24:34
no sense and anger people because he has no idea. Now the
24:38
team around him his best friend Jerry Butz, he essentially runs
24:42
everything with Katie Telford. Omar algabra, Navdeep Baynes
24:46
they are the one who's no longer there and Eric Hoskins is now
24:49
the the new replacement.
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There you go. Thanks. Total sense he's the relationship
24:55
manager. That's that sums him up.
24:59
Now I have to go look up those guys. Yeah,
25:01
I know. I know. And with us in America at least it's easy.
25:04
Obama's run and Biden we all know it. They even say it
25:08
themselves like, yeah. So yes, it was. But here's here's here's
25:12
the issue in the world around Trudeau. Now we do have Grandpa
25:18
Joe here at the south of everybody, which we definitely
25:21
are not done yet. There's still all kinds of bullcrap going on.
25:25
Moe got fired from his job after 15 years for refusing a mandate.
25:32
But in Israel, that stinks. Oh, it's stinks big time. They kept
25:37
him in limbo and sent him a form letter, not even with his first
25:40
name. 15 years. In Israel, they are going to end vaccine
25:50
passports for most places, that reason immunologist have said,
25:55
well, it really doesn't make any sense. Because everybody,
25:58
everybody can spread this. So you don't really it doesn't
26:01
really make much sense to have some kind of separation. We have
26:06
in the UK, they're even going as far as scrapping vaccine mandate
26:10
for NHS staff, I guess they're really serious now about
26:14
actually saving the NHS. Italy. Exactly the opposite. Italy, as
26:23
of February one is now requiring almost everywhere that you go a
26:28
COVID green pass, including grocery stores. So this is going
26:33
to be interesting. There's no I'm sorry that it does include
26:37
supermarkets, you can go to the big box. But you can't go to
26:41
anything else without a green pad. No other retail you can't
26:44
buy other products, you can buy food, but you can't buy other
26:46
products in the same stores very similar to what to Canada's
26:49
doing.
26:50
So you can go into a big giant Walmart, which has a grocery
26:54
store inside your room around in there. Yeah, and get groceries.
26:58
But you can't go to the rest of the store. And you can't go to a
27:02
small grocery. that's independent of Walmart. Is that
27:08
what I'm hearing? Correct? How does that fair?
27:14
Ask your relationships manager will be able to explain it to
27:19
you. This is this is new. I don't know if it's true. T
27:24
Mobile apparently is going to fire unvaccinated corporate
27:27
employees starting this week, if that's true, I'd like to know if
27:32
anyone knows.
27:34
I've heard this report. I think it's true. I'll change I'm going
27:37
to be very interesting to see how the service suffers for T
27:41
Mobile.
27:42
Yeah, we're on T Mobile. I'm gonna get right off. Let me
27:47
rephrase that. We'll change carriers. Screw those guys, man.
27:54
And then we have some other dumb stuff that we're doing here in
27:58
the United States because we're not It's not over yet. Now
28:00
to the latest on the pandemic and that headline from Pfizer
28:03
applying for emergency use authorization for its COVID
28:06
vaccine for children under five years old.
28:09
Is list getting worse. seems worse. That's that's the guy
28:15
they put in the dress the football guy.
28:18
Oh, stray. Stray Han Yeah, I didn't recognize his voice. any
28:23
worse. Oh, yeah.
28:24
It sounds like he's listening more now to the latest on the
28:26
pandemic and that headline from Pfizer, a feifer emergency youth
28:30
authorization fourth
28:31
COVID vaccines.
28:33
Mia must be masked. It's probably cotton. Probably got
28:39
himself out of work. Yeah, you can't you can't hear him can't
28:42
be understood.
28:43
under five years old. With Java that fire headquarters with the
28:47
latest Good morning with me WARNING This is a major step
28:49
towards vaccinating America's Youngest children against COVID.
28:53
Pfizer, formally requesting emergency use authorization for
28:57
kids six months to five years old. Pfizer does expect that the
29:00
vaccine series will eventually require three doses but is now
29:04
submitting the trial data for just two doses citing an urgent
29:08
public health need federal regulators reportedly asking
29:11
Pfizer to move forward despite a lower immune response and two to
29:15
four year olds during the trials. The shots are 1/10 the
29:19
strength of adult doses. This process now moves to an FDA
29:23
advisory panel meeting in a couple of weeks. If the Pfizer
29:26
vaccine is authorized for kids under five the CDC would then
29:30
give the final green light and we could see those first shots
29:33
by the end of the month.
29:34
Yeah, jab it in six months, maybe six months. It's
29:39
beautiful. Shoot those kids up who's who's gonna do who's gonna
29:42
you know what's gonna happen?
29:45
What are you about to say?
29:46
Who's gonna let them who's gonna shoot their child up at six
29:48
months? Lots Hmm. If you look at the numbers, even the five X's I
29:54
mean, Callum? No, I'm looking at sure you five to 11 year olds is
29:57
really like 30% That's a lot of people. Yeah, but it's yeah,
30:03
it's not what it was expected. It's not lots it's it's few 30%
30:08
is not lots. It's
30:09
an aggregation of millions in aggregate.
30:12
Oh, okay. You want to switch between percentages and no, I,
30:16
you know, I've
30:17
always been against a percentage his approach always raw numbers.
30:21
Yeah, well,
30:22
at least they're all in California. So that's the good
30:24
news.
30:24
i Hey, honey in New York. Now York is probably where but
30:30
listen, what are we gonna do to stay safe? Seriously, John,
30:35
double Vax double boosted how do we stay safe? First question,
30:39
Dr.
30:40
Jenn. already received my booster shot. How else can I
30:43
protect myself. So let's take a holistic view here. And
30:46
remember, even though
30:48
for the first time in two years, let's take a holistic view
30:52
seems like all the attention is about COVID There are other
30:55
things out there that we want to boost our immune system to help
30:58
or
31:00
worse than that
31:01
against So really take a big picture view the best things for
31:05
your immune system rest, exercise and a good diet.
31:10
Talking
31:10
we didn't we haven't heard that from Dr Jin in 24 months at all
31:16
ever say you know get some sunshine.
31:19
Anyone that's a bad approach. Didn't know is ever said. No,
31:23
no, take some vitamins, none of that good night's sleep.
31:26
The only person saying it was Joe Rogan.
31:28
That's her size and a good diet. If you're talking specifically
31:32
about an airborne respiratory pathogen like influenza
31:35
Coronavirus, common cold you know
31:38
we noticed notice how Coronavirus which is the common
31:41
cold is just shoved in there like Corona not COVID-19 not
31:44
COVID SARS cov two Coronavirus you know you would protect
31:48
against that you can do stuff against Coronavirus sorry
31:50
pathogen like influenza Coronavirus, common cold you
31:54
know we've talked about masks now for two years we've talked
31:58
about ventilation we've talked about hand hygiene all of those
32:01
things really important but it's so key not to only focus on
32:05
COVID
32:06
Good point all right okay. All right. Oh, yeah. All right.
32:09
Yeah, for the hook
32:12
catches up with with wilensky, wilensky who gives her Yes, ah,
32:17
yeah, PBS and she did she says she's done giving a little spiel
32:21
and she's just she looks like a like a basset hound. As he is.
32:26
The way she gives her update. And then she puts two masks on
32:30
the CDC worn today that it's too soon to start lifting 19
32:34
restrictions that came amid reports that the US death rate
32:39
is running higher than in other wealthy nations, due in part to
32:43
lagging vaccinations, the CDC director, inspections are down
32:48
sharply. But she said there are still too many cases,
32:52
hospitalization rates are still quite high and certainly having
32:56
hospital capacity challenges in many parts of the country still,
32:59
so we really do have to look to our hospitalization rates and
33:02
our death rates to look to when is time to lift some of these
33:06
mitigation efforts, we will continue to reevaluate and we
33:09
know people are anxious.
33:11
Dr. Wollensky said it is still true that most patients
33:14
hospitalized with COVID are unvaccinated.
33:18
I've slipped that in at the end, I realized
33:21
that these people like Wollensky and certainly Fauci admin, many
33:25
others, they think they understand media. And they end
33:30
if we were advising Wollensky as a celebrity or an influencer,
33:34
who we had an art vast staple of the curry Dvorak talent agency,
33:38
we would say, You know what? Hey, hey, Wollensky. Come in
33:42
here. Sit down for a second you got to back off, you gotta you
33:44
gotta go away for a little bit. You know, I think you should go
33:47
on a sabbatical to Bali. You know, tweet about that. But just
33:52
she's overexposed. These people are the messages mean? Wars, and
33:57
it's not Yeah, but that's my point. It doesn't work. No, God.
34:00
No. No. So John Hopkins, Johns Hopkins, released an analysis of
34:07
COVID book Central, yes. COVID-19 measures. Now this Yes.
34:12
spook Central. If anything, this has to be some kind of well, you
34:16
know, we did the study we told you was Norbert Gort, even
34:20
though they hosted event 201. So here's your summary. More
34:25
specifically stringency index into studies find that lockdowns
34:29
in Europe in the United States only reduced COVID-19 mortality
34:33
by 0.2% On average, but that sink in, blocked down orders
34:40
only reduced COVID-19 mortality rate by 0.2%. The shelter in
34:46
place orders were also ineffective, only reducing
34:48
COVID-19 mortality by 2.9%. On average. Specifically, the study
34:55
that we the studies also find no broad base evidence of
34:58
noticeable effects on COVID-19 mortality, the NPI studies,
35:05
shelter in place orders, let me see they have some detail on
35:08
this. That's the 2.9. If
35:11
it saves one life is good enough.
35:15
Mandating face Max and face mask and intervention that was not
35:19
widely used in the spring of 2020. And in many countries was
35:22
even discouraged seems to have had a large effect minus 21.2%.
35:27
But this conclusion is based on only two studies. Again, our
35:30
categorization may play a role as the larger mass estimate from
35:34
China who scoff at all is in fact employee face mask. Oh, so
35:39
they did bogus studies to prove the face masks without members
35:44
of the general public. This is very odd, the Johns Hopkins is
35:47
publishing this
35:50
part of the getting getting out of the out of
35:52
getting out of it getting out and getting the About face.
35:55
This got to be leading. They're very slow, it's all a scam. I
36:01
have a bunch of clips that I want to play. And I have a
36:05
problem with them. Okay, which is that these were sent or the
36:09
link was sent by one of our producers, and it's from a
36:12
podcast, and a really good one. Like, one of the Defense
36:16
Department podcast. One official one. No. Oh, okay. Unofficial.
36:21
Yeah, because it's too is too frightening.
36:27
I can't wait, go podcasting. I'm
36:29
buddy. I want somebody to tell me what this podcast is. And one
36:33
of our producers knows and they may even put it in the troll
36:36
room. Troll room. This is about the Defense Department's own
36:40
study. They have their own their systems. Yes.
36:43
Of their of their own people of the Yeah, the DoD military. Yes.
36:48
I don't know if you've heard these or not. I have heard most
36:51
of them. Yes. Well,
36:52
don't you think we should plan for this? Yes,
36:54
of course I do. Of
36:55
course we have a disclaimer at the beginning. Like you're going
36:59
to do with poor Joe. About this. Always misinformation. Why don't
37:06
we do accounts for documents that comes from actual
37:08
documents? It's misinformation somehow.
37:11
Now I think all we have to do is say hey, man, we're just two
37:13
dummies. That's that's me. Hey, man. We're just two dummies. We
37:18
don't know what we're talking about. We're just goofing
37:20
around. We don't know what we're saying. But comedy show Yeah.
37:23
Hello. It's been listed as a comedy category from day one.
37:27
And by the way, this is some of the funniest stuff you're going
37:29
to ever hear is vaccine mishaps the dead do did the reports on
37:36
vaccine mishaps. Based on on stats, statistics, statistics
37:42
on facts, okay, not alternative facts but DoD facts
37:46
on January 25 2022. Thomas wrens the attorney for doctors, Peter
37:52
chambers, Teresa long is Samuel Sigillata.
37:55
Okay, I'm gonna just gonna call bullshit on the background music
37:58
for a moment
37:59
testify.
38:00
I'm going to stop you there. Yeah. I can't agree more. But
38:04
unfortunately, very few of these people have gone to the Adam
38:07
curry School of podcasting. And know not to do this. This comes
38:12
from this, this idea of playing stupid background music thinking
38:16
that's going to make it it's going to add to what's already
38:19
pretty spectacular information. It really stems from those crazy
38:23
podcast members, those that was that podcast that came out and
38:26
became the first great podcast was about some murders. Serial
38:31
is serial serial. And it all comes from NPR. NPR even does it
38:36
on their regular broadcast. They'll play music for some
38:38
stupid reason. So
38:40
I just it's called that it's called setting. Setting setting
38:43
the mood is what is called as bullcrap.
38:45
Yeah. Congress regarding data leak directly from the defense
38:49
health agency's defense medical epidemiology database, otherwise
38:54
known as D med. Yeah, within d med exists the defense medical
38:58
surveillance systems d m s s, which contains up to date and
39:02
historic data on diseases, medical events and data on DOD
39:07
personnel. The database is similar to theirs, the vaccine
39:12
adverse event reporting system, but it's distinct in that it
39:16
only applies to DOD personnel, and only medical providers can
39:20
input information into the system. Upon inspection, we can
39:24
see that information has been gathered from a five year
39:27
average of dozens of diseases and medical disorders.
39:32
Myocardial infarction, or a heart attack Rose 269% in a 10
39:38
month period from January to November of 2021. From 612 cases
39:44
to 1650. pericarditis Rose 100 is 75% from 599 cases to 1029
39:56
myocarditis rows 285% From 127 cases to 363 pulmonary embolisms
40:06
Rose 467%, from 746 cases, to 3489 cerebral infarction, Bell's
40:17
palsy immunodeficiencies ITP menstrual irregularity, Ms
40:24
neoplasms, non traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage,
40:27
spontaneous abortion or miscarriage all rows, at least
40:33
250% or higher. Some cases 350% disseminated intravascular
40:41
coagulation, a rare and serious condition that disrupts your
40:45
blood flow due to a blood clotting disorder that can turn
40:48
into uncontrollable bleeding. Rose 1,175%. from seven to 87
40:57
documented incidents, HIV often leads to AIDS. Rows 590% from
41:05
454 cases to 2681.
41:12
Well, John, figure we might as well get along with the cool
41:17
kids and do the same thing. The only problem I have here is that
41:21
you just excoriated me for percentages that 1,000% could
41:25
literally be 10 people.
41:29
People hate him. Okay. I agree with you. He uses percentages in
41:34
the den gives hard numbers, okay. In most cases, in one or
41:40
two instances, he just throws percentages out, which is
41:43
cheating. Yeah. But for the most part, I think these numbers
41:47
because he does use hard numbers, I think are kind of
41:50
frightening.
41:52
I mean, are you surprised? How can you be Frankie be frightened
41:57
by this?
41:57
I'm stunned. I'm really shocked. I can't believe this is going on
42:02
under my nose.
42:03
And you know, just as a quick aside, myocarditis rates in
42:07
France of 31% 75% in Germany, now there are soccer players
42:12
coming out publicly and saying, Hey, hi. We got people dying
42:16
here. What's going on EU laws, Hans. It's that's
42:25
it don't want to keep beating these this up. But we might as
42:28
well beat it up a little more. That was only half of his list.
42:32
And part two is the other half he keep he keeps this up. It's
42:36
at the point where you have to say to yourself, hey, wait a
42:39
minute.
42:41
Something's wrong here
42:42
chest pain, which averaged 4892 reported incidents from 2016 to
42:48
2020. Rows 1,529% to 74,813 individuals dyspnea which is
43:02
difficult or labored breathing? Rose 905% from 4968 to 44,000.
43:12
Okay, that's a hard number. You may ask why why why would the
43:16
Department of Defense knowingly continue to harm the
43:19
servicemembers who comprise the military? Yeah. While we can't
43:23
answer that question for certain, we can offer a great
43:26
deal of information which we've used to form our own opinion.
43:30
documents we released in October of 2021 revealed a 158 page RMP
43:36
titled Colmar, naughty COVID-19 mRNA vaccine risk management
43:41
plan O which laid out plans to study DoD data in relation to
43:45
service members sponsz to COVID-19 vaccines. A document
43:50
within the study titled pharmacovigilance plan,
43:54
highlights see for 591011 A post authorization study for
44:00
personnel within the DOD and their family members. And how
44:04
myocarditis impair carditis affect those who have taken
44:07
Pfizer bio and tech UA vaccine. The sponsor in this case, the
44:12
DOD has agreed to provide regular studies of the EUA
44:17
vaccine on servicemembers and periodic safety update reports.
44:22
Because Pfizer has not produced their FDA approved Carminati.
44:26
And we know based on our own research and reporting, along
44:29
with numerous other publications, that EUA vaccines
44:33
are the only vaccines available to service members. We can
44:37
surmise that American military forces have been used as a giant
44:41
study group for over a year now. We also know that Pfizer's
44:46
Carminati, which once again hasn't even been produced, was
44:50
given PLA licensing on August 23 of 2021. From the FDA, then had
44:56
that same PLA license withdrawn on the Same day,
45:02
that when he says common naughty, what is that? Does that
45:04
a fancy word for trial?
45:06
No common arity?
45:07
Is that Oh, someone's vaccine? My goodness,
45:11
the name of the vaccine? Yeah,
45:13
this is not unknown. I mean, this this information has kind
45:17
of been out there and there's been, you know, I think it was
45:20
Ron Johnson trials. Yeah. They've had a couple of people
45:23
testify to it or whatever. That setting is is not like an under
45:27
oath super super thing. But yeah, this should this should
45:31
make people worried.
45:33
Well, I would be worried if I was in the military and kicking
45:36
people out left and right. So, but the truckers have to have a
45:40
point up there in Canada. But let's listen to the final. The
45:44
final. The final summary,
45:47
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin announced a mandatory
45:51
vaccine for servicemembers on August 24. Based on the
45:54
licensing, even though the license had been withdrawn
45:57
before his announcement. Due to the political influence applied
46:01
to the vaccine, and the amount of money that was made off of
46:04
its distribution. It's hard to imagine an agreement wasn't made
46:08
behind closed doors to make the vaccine appear as if it had been
46:11
approved by the FDA. The Secretary of Defense himself
46:16
owns over 29,000 shares of Tennant health, a company that
46:21
made a vast amount of money from Pfizer's vaccine and lined the
46:25
SEC deaths pockets along the way, because of the unlawful
46:28
manner in which the service branches apply the Secretary of
46:31
Defense's order. Hundreds of service members have been
46:34
discharged under the false pretense of disobeying an
46:38
unlawful order, and 1000s more have been barred from RE
46:42
enlisting or continuing to serve after their contracts expire.
46:46
What we're witnessing is nothing less than an outright assault on
46:49
the armed forces who protect America's constitution is
46:53
subsequently her freedoms. sources have told us that DOD
46:57
tried very hard to conceal this information and prevent it from
47:00
getting out. The release of this information implicates numerous
47:03
officials at the highest levels of the Pentagon, numerous
47:06
crimes, the expulsion of those service members who refuse the
47:10
vaccine, along with the 1000s, who were injured or killed
47:13
because of it will have disastrous effects on the United
47:17
States national security in the immediate and long term future.
47:22
Yeah. Guy was pretty boring with his read, but the information
47:26
was definitely yeah,
47:27
he was. He was too he thought he was dramatic. This is a problem
47:31
we have with a lot of these guys.
47:32
Oh, the Bridey on guys, for sure.
47:35
So he had America's under attack. Yes, our sovereignty our
47:41
freedom to me was
47:42
true, too, by the way is true is just the overdrive dramatization
47:46
is kind of tiring.
47:49
Well, I wish Charlton Heston could do the read.
47:54
Did he have anything on any other like remdesivir? Any other
47:57
EUA? Guy? Yeah. Like how
48:00
that was killing it. He goes. Now this was really targeting
48:04
the military. But the military screwed because soldiers,
48:08
the FDA just provided this was a weird headline, which is why I
48:12
picked it up. The FDA has now provided emergency use
48:15
authorization for remdesivir. This is the stuff we know it's
48:18
been killing people to be given to children who weigh over seven
48:22
pounds. What the hell is that?
48:26
They want to kill all the fat kids.
48:28
Or, or hey, this one's just right. This was just right for
48:32
eating, to eat the kids, seven pounds remdesivir for you.
48:37
Mm hm.
48:39
I have two more, three more things. One of which is a clip,
48:43
which I'll just play. It was nice to see Anderson Cooper and
48:47
he doesn't even say anything in this clip. But his his brain
48:50
short wired when he brought on this guest, Kurt Anderson, who
48:53
has written a book about about this period, I forget the name
48:57
of the book. But if you listen to him, he's basically saying
49:01
how messed up this is the very scenario that Anderson Cooper
49:05
and CNN support. There wasn't
49:07
much difference between the rate at which Republicans and
49:09
Democrats and independents died. There just wasn't. But now in
49:12
the last year, and just starting as soon as there were vaccines
49:16
available. There were and it really it strikes me that this
49:20
is like so much like the mass human sacrifices in societies in
49:26
the past, which took place in large, complex empires now, not
49:30
unlike ours. It wasn't primitive, what we would then
49:33
call primitive tribes. They were big, complex societies. And
49:36
that's what we're seeing here. And by the way, it wasn't it was
49:39
done by those societies and by the elites in those societies,
49:42
in order to reinforce their political power and often their
49:47
their non egalitarian societies, which again, strikes me as very
49:52
comparable to what's going on here. And now.
49:55
Yes, the elites are killing people on purpose, just like The
50:00
robots they
50:01
do. Yeah.
50:03
So we were taught, we've been talking about 1919. And it's
50:07
based upon your initial analysis, which is starting to
50:10
look pretty, pretty damn Correct. Of the, the duration of
50:15
this COVID-19 to last around the same amount of time as the
50:20
1918 1919 pandemic, the Spanish flu. We've been looking at what
50:25
happened right after that occurrence in 1919. And we know
50:30
that the Chicago race riots, which was some of the worst ever
50:34
in history kicked off in 1990. Now, wouldn't you know it?
50:39
They're one of our producers. Todd is a teacher. He says, I
50:44
recently taught my high school US History students about the no
50:47
good, very bad, horrible year that was 1919. I made the
50:52
following case to my students that 19 may have been even worse
50:55
than 2020. He even sent me his slide deck that he used in
51:00
class, but I will give you the highlights. So this is if we
51:04
have a complete repeat. Here's some of the things that happened
51:06
in 1990.
51:08
And we should mention that 1919 would be the equivalent of 2022.
51:12
Correct.
51:14
A molasses tidal wave killed 21 and destroyed much of North
51:18
Boston.
51:20
I've heard Yes. I was reading about the molasses tidal wave.
51:26
It was hilarious. Not funny to anyone drowning. Oh,
51:31
well, it's tasty. But still, that's it. And what happened?
51:39
I don't really just come out of the ocean, they would know there
51:42
was a molasses was a big product. And there was some
51:46
factory they had these giant barrels massive like oil
51:50
refinery sized barrels of molasses. And I guess a couple
51:54
of them ruptured or something. And a wave of molasses overtook
51:58
the whole area of the town and people drowned.
52:01
That is worth the movie of the week. At least. That's it. That
52:04
would be great movie. All right. Next on the list. The 18th
52:08
Amendment was ratified. This is the Prohibition Amendment. Could
52:13
we see something similar?
52:15
Eu prohibition that was in the analogs, but had to think about
52:19
it. Well,
52:20
that was prohibition of alcohol. Of course, at the time.
52:23
Yeah, back at prohibition of anything that's stupid. Would
52:27
would apply. Now we have to remember when the prohibition
52:30
era took place, Americans were drinking like fish the amount of
52:35
drinking that went I was beyond compare. We don't even have a
52:38
clue what it was like because the average citizen was drinking
52:42
like two bottles of vodka a day kind of thing
52:44
wasn't that in the same time in Britain, people were dead to gin
52:48
carts on the street and it just be out there hammered all day.
52:51
And
52:52
it was a it was an alcohol problem. Yeah, I'm thinking,
52:55
you know, we could bring that back. Anyway. 1990 was the red
53:01
summer. This is the Chicago race riot. It was Chicago was the
53:05
largest of 26. Across the country. We had postwar
53:09
inflation and high. High says high employment, I guess high
53:17
employment Oh, the returning soldiers caused all kinds of
53:20
labor strife strikes and violence and estimated 4 million
53:23
American workers went on strike. So we might see we're kind of
53:27
seeing the anti worker strikes right now. We're also seeing the
53:30
anti work movement
53:31
and the anti work movement that fits right in it's good. We
53:34
should make a little chart.
53:36
Well, I'm going to read this to you a valency chart. Yeah. Oh,
53:40
yes. That's good. Okay, someone is it taking notes and we'll do
53:43
it for us. We have producers. The entire city of Seattle went
53:48
on strike for three days. The entire Boston Police Department
53:52
went on strike and Massachusetts governor Calvin Coolidge back
53:56
the firing of all of them. 300,000 steelwork, I
54:01
should mention that this was the I believe that these strikes
54:04
which were taking place or general strikes they're called
54:06
Yes. That's I think it was this period that that produced the
54:12
laws liberal laws against general strike. You don't
54:16
realize it you can't do it legally. Call for a general
54:20
strike. To be correct. illegal
54:22
illegal to do that. Yep. We're no commies. That's why Yeah,
54:27
300,000 steel workers went on strike. 400,000 coal miners went
54:31
on strike. This could all happen. I see this, this
54:33
repeating easily. Then we had the Red Scare. Anarchists were
54:39
mailing anarchists, domestic extremists. Were mailing bombs
54:44
all over the country. One anarchist blew himself up in the
54:47
in front of Attorney General a Michel Palmer's house. The
54:51
Roosevelts lived across the street. Of course, the blame was
54:54
placed on immigrants and Bolsheviks, the Red Scare so it
54:58
was a false flag. blamed on the reds.
55:02
Palmer in a false flag. These guys are actually bombed the
55:05
places.
55:06
No, but they they they blamed it on someone else
55:11
who was doing it. The anarchists
55:13
were the Bolsheviks. Yeah, okay. commies. Palmer instructed J.
55:19
Edgar Hoover to investigate the red problem which led to the
55:22
Palmer Raids, where 1000s were rounded up across the country,
55:26
many without warrants are being charged. January 6. Anybody
55:30
that hey, January 6, one six, they got a bunch of guys rounded
55:34
up without being charged. The guy who did the most interesting
55:37
story, which isn't really discussed much and I don't have
55:39
a clip is the guy who does the what did the walkaway movement
55:43
for you know, quit the Democratic Party? Yeah. Yeah. He
55:47
got railroaded by the FBI. He was filming during the thing. He
55:50
had nothing to do with anything. And they threw him in the
55:53
slammer. And he's still in now he's out floating around trying
55:56
to get us some talk shows. He can do it. It's just it's a
56:00
travesty of justice. Yeah.
56:06
We even loaded 3000 insurrectionists or Bolsheviks,
56:12
or activists or whatever onto a boat without due process and
56:16
ship them to join their Bolshevik friends in Russia.
56:20
Wow, that's badass. I didn't know he did that. That's
56:23
pretty fun. That's not happening.
56:25
The ACLU was founded in 1920 to protest the unconstitutional
56:30
violation of civil liberties. But the ACLU is now a piece of
56:34
crap. So that's
56:36
one thing they could run. If you had
56:38
a good run, guys a good run. Many legal civil liberty
56:42
violations continue to occur under the authority of the
56:44
espionage, Espionage and Sedition Act. being used right
56:50
now passed during World War One. People are being held on
56:54
seditious conspiracy, which I don't know that's the thing. The
57:01
White Sox in 1990 they worked with in 1919. Sorry, I work with
57:07
the gangsters to throw the World Series to the Black Sox.
57:13
No, they weren't considered the Black Sox.
57:15
Oh, see, I don't know what I'm talking about. Oh, who did they
57:19
play against?
57:20
I don't know who that was against. But the White Sox is
57:23
scandal which resulted in a number of like a barefoot
57:28
Johnson. Whoever's name is one of the most famous baseball
57:31
players of all time, they threw the games. And then they were
57:34
nicknamed a black sock. Oh, I see. Okay. And because they got
57:39
busted. I don't know how this happened. But it was a notorious
57:43
situation. So
57:44
we can just say the analog is rigged sports. Something you
57:48
talk about the
57:48
analog to that now as you bring it up. The analog today is the
57:52
fact that this guy Flores one of the the coach of the Miami
57:55
Dolphins and then an old coach from the Cleveland Browns say
58:00
that their coaches told them to throw games. Mm hmm. This today,
58:04
this is this week. That's what I'm saying. In sports news.
58:07
Yeah. In 1919, America also ratified the 19th Amendment,
58:14
securing women's right to vote. Well, there you go. Voting
58:18
voting rights bill. hotly contested right now.
58:23
Yeah, it's things like that, that that's not to get women to
58:26
vote. destek ensure that the Democrats will be the only
58:29
people you can elect.
58:30
This is true. All of this was happening, our producer
58:34
continues. At all, as all this was happening, President Woodrow
58:40
Wilson was either in Paris for the 1919 peace conference or
58:43
failing to convince the Senate to ratify the treaty of
58:46
Versailles because it included his league of nations idea now,
58:50
of course, the United Nations. Wilson suffered a stroke while
58:53
campaigning for the treaty. Hello, Joe Biden. dystroglycan
58:57
we
58:57
should I should mention is the straightened out the history a
58:59
little bit. The League of Nations never became the United
59:02
Nations.
59:02
Correct. It failed. That was the initial idea. It was the end it
59:06
was it was the initial kind of idea. It was at San Francisco.
59:10
It failed. We never joined it, but it was still going on and
59:14
the whole thing flopped. And then Hitler came along and that
59:17
was the end of it. The United Nations was the World War Two BF
59:22
ham. Correct. Do the same thing. And it still stinks. So I don't
59:26
know. But now,
59:27
but now listen to this. So our president at the time Woodrow
59:32
Wilson suffered a stroke while campaigning for the treaty. He
59:36
left him incapacitated until the end of his term, which was
59:39
covered up from the public. Could it be any more analog
59:44
and in fact, Woodrow Wilson's problem which everyone knew
59:48
about but but the media wouldn't report it to the public is that
59:52
and the media again, is not reporting anything to the public
59:54
that it should. It is the reason for the 25th amendment.
59:59
Yes, of course. wasn't his wife running the show for a while?
1:00:03
Yes, his wife was just like Jill Biden.
1:00:08
This is history baby.
1:00:10
This is a pleasant woman. Jill
1:00:11
Biden is very pleasant. Yeah. Todd continues. Let's hope Let's
1:00:15
all hope and pray America doesn't suffer a year like 1919.
1:00:18
Well, Todd seems like we're right in the middle of it with a
1:00:21
lot of things matching up. No one No wonder Republican Warren
1:00:26
G. Harding won the 1920 presidential election on a
1:00:29
campaign pledge of quote, a return to normalcy. I can't, I
1:00:33
can't Yeah, that's what Biden ran and ran on. So that's we're
1:00:36
kind of we're kind of askew they're a campaign he ran from
1:00:40
his front porch in Marion, Ohio. So that's, that's, that's a year
1:00:44
later, again, Biden, and Biden in the basement. But that was,
1:00:47
you know, that was the year after I was the 2220 22
1:00:52
election. So I thought this was fascinating. It really, really
1:01:00
hit me the deck. Yes, of course, I will. And then one other
1:01:03
producer note very important. I received as you can imagine a
1:01:07
lot of emails about graphene, graphene oxide, a graph of all
1:01:12
kinds of graphene related stuff in the vaccines as we have as we
1:01:18
had that child, I
1:01:19
said, somebody sent me by I'm going to tell you my position on
1:01:22
this, somebody sent me a bunch of this stuff, too. And you've
1:01:25
also did a great report on the show. But I see it as the
1:01:30
classic you know, we're not liable for anything let's just
1:01:33
put let's just have our manufacturing fall apart and
1:01:37
ships and whatever goes into woodchips. Who cares what's
1:01:40
packed into this vaccine? I think it's just debris, debris,
1:01:44
debris debris, because it's not none of us consistent is all
1:01:47
looks a little different. And it just seems like junk in the
1:01:50
vaccine. I do have one last
1:01:52
minute. Can I Can I read the notes? Before we just let me
1:01:56
just buy it. Yeah, because it's important. No, I think you like
1:01:59
it. No, don't do that. Okay, so first of all, graphene, graphene
1:02:04
oxide, there's a lot of interesting stuff going on with
1:02:08
it. And it definitely is being experimented on in medical uses
1:02:12
for release of nano stuff, and just all kinds of things going
1:02:17
on that looks very real and official. However, I feel that
1:02:21
from this one producer, and remember, we were looking at the
1:02:26
fifth column, it's a Spanish outfit. They did have labs, they
1:02:31
had a lab report of this graphene or graphene oxide that
1:02:35
was in the vaccine samples that they tried. Here's what our
1:02:39
producer said, and I think this is correct. At least regarding
1:02:43
this case, graphene may be plastic sun may be graphene, I
1:02:47
don't know. Actually, I met this producer in Louisville in
1:02:51
Colorado A while back regarding the whole graphene oxide vaccine
1:02:54
theory. I happen to have some insight into this as I make core
1:02:57
facility research director at a university and have external
1:03:01
agreements with a few pharma companies. My research lab
1:03:05
happens to be an electron microscope Mike microp, Mike
1:03:08
cross microscopy lab microscopy microscopy, they had got
1:03:14
electron microscopes in the biochemistry department, which
1:03:18
images proteins, virus and other biological specimens to
1:03:22
determine 2d and 3d structures. I have looked over the paper and
1:03:27
John is right. It's nonsense. It's actually almost hilarious
1:03:32
how obvious it is to debunk the entire paper as the substrate
1:03:37
used to apply the sample and image in the transmission
1:03:40
electron microscope was made of wait for it. graphene oxide.
1:03:47
they misinterpreted where the graphene oxide is coming from.
1:03:51
It's not in the vaccine, but on the grid that the sample was
1:03:54
stained on. It's a fairly common practice to use graphene oxide
1:03:58
grids. We even make them here at the university. Now that I'm
1:04:03
going to believe, like it, I think that's a great debunking,
1:04:08
but that's why we have great producers we do. Now I have one
1:04:12
last COVID clip shows jumping to and I'm glad you stopped me. And
1:04:19
I only have the beginning of it. I'll explain the rest of it
1:04:21
because I don't want to play it was like a 10 minute thing COVID
1:04:25
And white tailed deer.
1:04:28
Scientists have recently discovered what they are calling
1:04:31
a silent outbreak of Coronavirus among white tailed deer. William
1:04:36
Brangham is back now with this report about how one of the most
1:04:39
ubiquitous species in North America got COVID And what that
1:04:43
means for the future of the pandemic. And a warning viewers
1:04:47
may find some of the images in this report distressing.
1:04:51
There an elegant sight dancing through the trees. There are an
1:04:55
estimated 25 million white tailed deer in the US and now
1:05:00
Scientists have learned some have shockingly high rates of
1:05:04
COVID infections.
1:05:06
The level of infectivity they found in these animals was truly
1:05:10
stunning. gobsmacked is the word I use. That's the technical term
1:05:13
for a technical term was it was quite quite striking.
1:05:19
gobsmacked Yes, I've heard this I've heard this report so
1:05:24
it turns out at this point in time to deer somehow picked it
1:05:27
up and they think they get it from a food scrap or something
1:05:30
when Dear God, they all got it. Yeah, every DM most every deer
1:05:34
that they've study at this point has got COVID and now there are
1:05:39
no symptoms. The deers aren't dropping like flies.
1:05:44
I can confirm I have hundreds of white tailed deer right tailed
1:05:49
deer around here.
1:05:50
And they're not dropping like flies and they don't think but
1:05:54
they don't can't be sure but they don't think it's going to
1:05:56
go up and go crazy and in the deer population and come out the
1:06:02
other ending and it reinfect the human population with a bad
1:06:05
light. Like a bat. Yeah, like a bat would do if you eat the deer
1:06:11
if he did deer or you be around them or kiss the deer like
1:06:14
someone would might do some some animal lover. They kiss animals.
1:06:19
I don't know if you ever seen this? I have I've seen that
1:06:21
happen. Yeah, people kiss dogs that kiss cats that kiss
1:06:25
everything. And I don't know why. But I just thought this was
1:06:31
an interesting report because this thing now it's a reservoir.
1:06:35
Whether you eat them I think you better know what to make of the
1:06:38
whole thing that didn't ever concluded much at the end is
1:06:41
that the fact that all these deer are passed on to each
1:06:43
other.
1:06:45
Well, guy had heard this report and I didn't know what to make
1:06:48
of it. All Macron Yeah, this just this tons of white tailed
1:06:52
Dovre on here. They look pretty happy here. Yeah. Pretty happy
1:06:56
and they're not getting shot around here.
1:06:58
Well, you know, they did have a little factoid thing. They
1:07:01
posted white tear tailed deer worldwide. You went down to a
1:07:05
population of 330,000. I at one point because they were being
1:07:10
but there I'll tell you this. I've had it. I've had these
1:07:13
deer. They're delicious. It is one of the finest finishes you
1:07:17
can eat. Yeah, it has great flavor is just a fabulous
1:07:21
product. And so they were killing them all by shooting
1:07:24
them and eating them. So they put the kibosh on that they
1:07:28
quickly jacked up their population to total worldwide
1:07:32
only 50 million takes a day or two the crazy
1:07:36
to have six 50 million right now. We go back to eating them.
1:07:41
We watched with great glee as the bucks were just corralling
1:07:44
these poor, poor Doze and just gang raping him.
1:07:48
Oh, yeah, they're like, the same way and you
1:07:51
know and Phoebe was out in the back like her and you get those
1:07:54
bucks and like with the hope in the in the like, Roman pound Oh,
1:07:59
yeah. Oh, yeah, they're crazy. They're crazy.
1:08:01
Yeah, I'm gonna get her and get a running start here on Yeah,
1:08:03
well, I might we used to have ducks up in Port Angeles and
1:08:07
Mimi finally gets we got sick of these ducks Mimi, mainly because
1:08:11
the duck met the male ducks are rapists just worse gear
1:08:16
and the the ever feminist could not stand for this
1:08:20
anymore. Not putting up with this.
1:08:22
These rapist What did she do? She poisoned him.
1:08:25
No, she just let him she just got rid of them. I don't know
1:08:28
what the ducks we didn't eat. She won't eat them either. By
1:08:31
the way. That's another thing you get a duck flock of ducks or
1:08:35
some geese even or our chickens. No not nobody's eating these
1:08:39
animals. I don't know why
1:08:41
I love a little duck comfy. Does it for me. Duck
1:08:45
is tasty and goose is good but goose eggs. I'm off to track
1:08:49
them.
1:08:49
Wait wait wait wait wait I have a jingle for that on a second.
1:08:56
This was great. I think it was Fletcher who sent this I got to
1:08:58
get this one lined up for quick access
1:09:09
we're going off the rails. goose eggs are the world's greatest
1:09:13
egg if you like eggs well they don't they're not like buy their
1:09:18
duck eggs are no good for anything but baking because they
1:09:22
they're kind of get a kind of a funny texture. They're
1:09:24
better for eggs have it duck eggs you want to keep for a bit
1:09:27
until they're a little rotten. That's when the duck egg is
1:09:29
useful. Yeah, that's right. Yes exactly. Democrat John what
1:09:36
happened to no agenda bro. Agenda issue no. To do
1:09:43
now the goose egg is anyone get goose eggs deaths. The egg you
1:09:47
want to eat it? They're terrific. They're almost there
1:09:49
about 75% yolk and they taste like a very rich rich chicken
1:09:55
egg. And if you want to use them for pay, this is what the French
1:09:59
use If they can for some of those, you go to France and he
1:10:03
had custard it's nothing like it over here. Just because you're
1:10:07
using these goose and duck eggs for to make these customers.
1:10:10
Oh, you can't Yeah, that would be very different than a chicken
1:10:12
egg. Very different. Oh, well I did talk to Joe Rogan about him
1:10:18
off. I'm back on rails.
1:10:19
Yeah, I did talk to Joe Rogan about the whitetail deer around
1:10:22
the house. I said those no good did just in my backyard is that
1:10:27
I actually said I don't understand what the big deal is
1:10:29
with deer hunting. So I can just close my eyes almost pump off a
1:10:33
couple rounds that got me some food said why are they doing it?
1:10:36
Are they nice? Oh, no, no, no. These deer figured it out.
1:10:40
They're actually the tastiest but they go they go that because
1:10:42
they know they're not going to get whacked. So he says the best
1:10:45
way to do it is with a bow and arrow so the ones don't catch
1:10:48
on.
1:10:50
Yeah, I know a lot I knew a couple of guys who are bow
1:10:53
hunters yeah using they use the compound bow and they claim
1:10:59
that's the only way to go
1:11:02
alright I have I've learned some information about some of the
1:11:05
banking issue before
1:11:06
you before you go to learn. I do want to at least catches up I
1:11:09
have a catch up clip for Joe Rogan since you mentioned well
1:11:12
if you can do
1:11:12
Rogan then then I have I have stuff about Rogan. So we won't
1:11:16
do Rogan.
1:11:17
I only have one Rogan clip ketchup clip. Okay. It's from
1:11:21
NPR. It's trying to keep us up to date
1:11:24
Neil Young's former bandmates are standing behind him after he
1:11:27
asked his record company to remove his music from Spotify.
1:11:31
They're protesting being on the same platform is a controversial
1:11:34
podcast hosted by Joe Rogan. MPRs mentally Delbanco reports
1:11:38
in
1:11:38
solidarity with Neil Young David Crosby, Stephen Stills and
1:11:42
Graham Nash say they support pulling their recordings from
1:11:45
Spotify. Each are asking their solo work be removed to this
1:11:49
week, Young said he refused to have his music on the same audio
1:11:53
streaming service as Joe Rogan, who he said was spreading false
1:11:56
information about COVID-19 vaccines. In a statement Young's
1:12:00
former bandmates agreed quote while we always value alternate
1:12:04
points of view they wrote knowingly spreading
1:12:06
disinformation during this global pandemic has deadly
1:12:09
consequences. Similarly, singers, India Ari and Joni
1:12:13
Mitchell have also asked Spotify to remove their music.
1:12:16
Meanwhile, Spotify CEO said the platform will be posting content
1:12:21
advisories before any podcast discussing COVID-19.
1:12:25
Yeah, and very interesting. I got a number of emails and
1:12:30
tweets yesterday and today of people saying, Hey, man, your
1:12:35
podcast has been taken down off of Spotify. To which I Spotify,
1:12:40
which I say we're not on Spotify. And people said, Yes,
1:12:45
you were and I said, Oh, really? Yeah. Well, that was a that was
1:12:49
a pirated feed that was pirated. And yeah. And yeah, Sir Chris
1:12:54
Jacob says he heard ads in it. So if you were listening to No,
1:12:58
if you were listening to no agenda on Spotify, and you heard
1:13:02
ads, that was someone stealing, stealing Spotify stealing
1:13:08
unbelievers
1:13:09
a poster, there's still one show on, which is on it says a leg or
1:13:14
I don't know whether it's not was still up there. But they had
1:13:17
and it wasn't even posted by us or them or some third party. And
1:13:22
it's just sitting there. It's one with the balloons on the
1:13:25
well, this this apparently was being updated. So I guess this
1:13:29
was a while ago, this can't be going on now. Yesterday,
1:13:32
I got these notes yesterday. Yeah, I
1:13:34
know. But that doesn't mean that they heard him yesterday,
1:13:36
because I was when I was talking to the door going back and
1:13:39
forth. The Spotify a woman. They took everything down right after
1:13:42
that. And this has recently been if you could have maybe heard it
1:13:45
a couple of weeks ago, a month ago.
1:13:47
Okay. Well, what's interesting is that in our feed, we actually
1:13:51
have A to F according to the 2.0 podcast specification, which is
1:13:55
a real thing, a block tag, which means no one should import it
1:13:59
without contacting the, the feed owner directly. But you know, do
1:14:03
they adhere to that? No, of course not. Anyway, if you're
1:14:06
hearing it, let us know. Because that's that's theft. And that,
1:14:09
by the way, is how Rogan got the big bucks. I remember him saying
1:14:13
yes, Spotify says, Oh, can we put your show on Spotify? And
1:14:16
Rogen said no, I don't see why we use gonna make money off me
1:14:19
know, until they paid him Big Bucks. I'm not expecting that.
1:14:23
I'm not expecting that. But why should we be any different? No
1:14:26
Buzz off. And they have total control and ownership of your
1:14:30
content. not screw up anyway. Yeah, so this is creating large
1:14:34
panic everywhere. It's just they did we can't believe he's not
1:14:37
off the air, but we don't really want him off the air because I
1:14:39
do want to make props for Spotify. And of course, really,
1:14:42
Neil Young really just hates Spotify. Everyone hates Spotify
1:14:45
in the music business because it getting ripped off by Spotify
1:14:48
and statutory payments for streaming. So that's all
1:14:51
convoluted, but I thought Brian seltzer water on CNN is he's in
1:14:55
panic mode and narrative is I want to show all kinds of
1:14:59
opinions.
1:15:00
Which sounds great, but not all opinions are created equal. You
1:15:03
think about major newsrooms like CNN that have health departments
1:15:06
and deaths and operations that work hard on verifying
1:15:09
information on COVID-19. And then you have talk show stars
1:15:12
like Joe Rogan, who just winging it, who make it up as they go
1:15:15
along. And because, like Logan are trusted by people that don't
1:15:18
trust real newsrooms, we have attention a problem that's much
1:15:21
bigger than Spotify, much bigger than any single platform, Kate,
1:15:24
but that's what that is the heart of this right now.
1:15:27
Yeah, but you're right, it is getting at something bigger that
1:15:29
isn't going to be solved in one Joe Rogan video or one statement
1:15:32
from Spotify. That's for sure. It's good to see you, Brian.
1:15:34
Thank you so much.
1:15:35
It is so much fun to watch these people. Talk about someone who
1:15:40
has 10 times the viewership reported of their
1:15:44
their rinky dink news. In reality, there's no doubt about
1:15:47
it. He's got a lot for sure. Nobody that nobody watches.
1:15:51
Stelter. Well, no,
1:15:52
but But my point is, they all say, Well, this guy, just an
1:15:54
unprepared douchebag. How can you have 11 million people
1:15:57
watching? It's brain frying them? They don't like, oh, we
1:16:01
have news rooms. And we have the infrastructure
1:16:03
standing a clue. They used to have Larry King on CNN. And he
1:16:08
would do interviews of the controversial Yeah. And he would
1:16:13
just ask him questions, and they were like, yeah, they do they
1:16:17
understand that model? No,
1:16:19
no, it's a podcast. It's not an official CNN broadcast, please.
1:16:25
And that little spiel of his about what we do in fact,
1:16:28
checking it out. We do this so we make sure we only get
1:16:31
accurate information. I see no evidence of this. So and by the
1:16:36
way, since we're on it, I do have the clip about the suckers
1:16:40
out. Wait, I know you're going too fast. I gotta stay with
1:16:43
Rogan. Then you come my way.
1:16:45
Yeah. Going, going.
1:16:49
Here's here's what is I had kind of a new epiphany, although not
1:16:53
new for the show, as to what's really going on here. First of
1:16:58
all, I already said the musicians, they're just pissed
1:17:00
off at Spotify in general, everyone else is virtue
1:17:02
signaling. However, if you look at the pushback on Spotify and
1:17:08
Rogen, it started with him bringing on what started
1:17:11
earlier, it was always like, well, he called some some trans
1:17:15
woman to dude, you know, it always be kind of like an
1:17:17
offhanded joke from the M five m from the new shows like, Oh,
1:17:21
your podcast and Joe Rogan fe, a misogynist, that he brought on
1:17:26
Abigail Schreier,
1:17:27
who wrote a book that's died. I always thought that was the
1:17:30
beginning. That's
1:17:30
that was the true beginning of the woke pushback, which
1:17:34
resulted in you know, the, the walkout at Spotify, and it was
1:17:38
still,
1:17:39
and I will interrupt again, and say, in fact, Rogan should have
1:17:43
been praised by everyone in the media for doing what nobody else
1:17:47
would do by letting her talk.
1:17:49
Exactly. Even Adam Carolla wouldn't let her on the podcast
1:17:53
because he's a pussy. So and I thought that was that was great.
1:17:58
It was brave boy, it was brave. He did it. So he had Abigail
1:18:01
Schreier, on that's when the woke stuff started to happen.
1:18:04
But it still wasn't a full time mainstream news story. No, this
1:18:09
happened. And the no agenda show knows how this works. The minute
1:18:13
Joe Rogan with his audience 10 times bigger than the M five M
1:18:18
started to maybe convince people not to consume the big
1:18:23
pharmaceutical products. That's when all of a sudden their
1:18:28
stooges in the media are activated and go after him.
1:18:32
That's what's happening
1:18:33
here. sleeper cells were alerted $60 billion a year
1:18:38
for some of these companies. Yeah, they will do anything they
1:18:42
can to stop Joe Rogan that is in my mind the true problem because
1:18:49
I have it
1:18:50
holy. Yeah. And it makes nothing but says you do the same thing.
1:18:55
If you were a big pharma CEO you'd go you don't want to put
1:18:59
up with this bull crap exactly. You have a message yeah
1:19:03
messages. You're paying to get to use paid big bucks now to get
1:19:08
this message out. Now
1:19:09
look back. What was the first thing that a CNN did? Joe Rogan
1:19:14
horse Do you warmer paced eating? That is because the main
1:19:19
the mainstream media is paid to discredit anything that Pharma
1:19:22
is not selling. It's obvious. That's what happened. Now,
1:19:29
something beautiful happened because Jen Psaki was asked
1:19:32
about this by some incredible woke reporter and the the
1:19:35
precedent booth there. And and she gave us something to clip
1:19:40
she gave us now well, this can be both our clip.
1:19:43
No, I mean, it's go on and play the clip.
1:19:46
Last week, the Surgeon General also was asked on MSNBC about
1:19:50
Joe Rogan's vaccine comments on Spotify. And he said that tech
1:19:54
companies have an important role to play in stopping
1:19:57
misinformation because he they're the product I'm going to
1:20:00
places where misinformation spreads. Spotify is putting out
1:20:04
advisory warnings on episodes that have to do with COVID-19.
1:20:08
Does the White House in the administration think this is a
1:20:10
satisfactory step? Or do you do you think that companies like
1:20:13
Spotify should go further than just, you know, putting a label
1:20:16
on there to say, hey, go do your own, you know, check this out,
1:20:19
you know, there's more research, you can look at research, right?
1:20:23
Sure. Well, I you probably know. But the Surgeon General also
1:20:27
took the unprecedented step to issue an advisor on the risk of
1:20:30
misinformation and public health, which is a very
1:20:32
significant step, admit that he talked about the role social
1:20:36
media platforms have so our hope is that all major tech
1:20:39
platforms, and all major news sources for that matter, be
1:20:42
responsible and be vigilant to ensure the American people have
1:20:45
access to accurate information on something as significant as
1:20:48
COVID-19 that certainly includes Spotify. So this disclaimer,
1:20:53
just got to love Spotify.
1:20:54
That's just that's just I noticed butterfly effect when I
1:20:57
saw that all I clip was Spotify.
1:21:00
Well, but the threat she provides in this, which is what
1:21:03
I was going to do in my setup is pretty, pretty evil
1:21:06
information on something as significant as COVID-19. That
1:21:09
certainly includes Spotify. So this disclaimer, it's a positive
1:21:14
step. But we want every platform to continue doing more to call
1:21:17
out misinformation mis and disinformation will also
1:21:20
uplifting, accurate information. I mean, look at the facts,
1:21:23
right, you're 17 times more likely to be hospitalized if
1:21:26
you're unvaccinated and eight times more likely to die than
1:21:29
someone who is boosted if you're unvaccinated. That's pretty
1:21:33
significant. And we think that is something that unquestionably
1:21:36
should be the basis of how people are communicating about
1:21:39
it. But ultimately, you know, our view is it's a it's a it's a
1:21:43
good step. It's a positive step, but there's more that can be
1:21:45
done.
1:21:47
It's a positive step. Yes, censorship is a positive step.
1:21:51
Here's the one that sealed the deal for me. Everyone keeps
1:21:55
everyone keeps repeating this regurgitating 270 Doctors later
1:21:59
joined by 1000s says all these people said hey, do you know
1:22:03
that one of the original signers was the original 270 signers of
1:22:08
this document hosted on a word WordPress blog? Dr. Catherine
1:22:14
Wallace
1:22:15
Dr. Katz right yes
1:22:19
doc she's a pure member of the Halo team paid for by United
1:22:26
Nations and Pfizer to market the vaccines she's the this we need
1:22:31
to for all those people who signed it we need a what do you
1:22:34
call that a disclosure of
1:22:36
conflict? Dr. Leland over I had that list in front of me
1:22:40
I don't remember I don't remember being Doctor cat though
1:22:42
that that tripped me out I remember you went through the
1:22:44
list of bunch of boneheads and podcasters he didn't tell him I
1:22:47
casters for podcasts a bunch of Dude dude was it somebody
1:22:54
signing I'm saying I'm in
1:23:00
yeah well this is a ultimately this all just comes back to
1:23:06
podcasting is bad now the economist will the wild west of
1:23:11
online audio streamers look increasingly like social media
1:23:15
but without the content controls. Yeah, content controls
1:23:22
pod bean get to work and cut these people off.
1:23:24
And with that I'd like to thank you for your courage say in the
1:23:27
morning to you the man who put the sea in the colossal molasses
1:23:29
tidal wave ladies and gentlemen, Mr. John C. Devorah.
1:23:39
Are we okay there? Are you doing okay.
1:23:43
Okay, all right. Hey.
1:23:46
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dear subs one of the day nights out there.
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big in the morning to the capitalist agenda, and a an
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assist from Taunton, Neil, for the artwork for episode 1421. We
1:25:24
titled that the chuck hotel. This now was also available on a
1:25:28
t shirt from no agenda shop.com. That's how fast and how love how
1:25:32
love this image was and how fast it's gone into production. And
1:25:36
this was the nordstream Caviar not certified tin that we had
1:25:42
lots of debate over the color of the tin in more ways than one.
1:25:48
The first being that this is not an official caviar color of the
1:25:52
tin. The red, I believe is the official color we both have
1:25:56
purchased this used to see in the Soviet Yes, both of us has
1:25:59
purchased this product in the Soviet Union. Yeah. That was and
1:26:05
the other one was there with this. This was kind of funny
1:26:08
because I guess capillus agenda, uploaded these two, and then
1:26:12
Taunton. Neil went, hey, hey, hey, your colors are not right.
1:26:15
yet. She's a stickler.
1:26:17
And she corrected them. And what's cool as John says, yeah,
1:26:21
they're much better. I however, am the guy who cannot see the
1:26:24
numbers in the color dots. I'm just like, you're colorblind.
1:26:27
Yeah, they're identical. Yeah,
1:26:30
no, they're not. No, that clay I believe you see, especially the
1:26:33
red that was way off. Yeah. No, I could not it was a good job.
1:26:37
But the Blue was less of an issue. But the it was fixed
1:26:42
there. Yeah. Good work on the color correction. It's a great
1:26:47
little piece of art. But we looked at the other stuff and
1:26:48
there was you know, stuff that was I mean, I use the curiously
1:26:54
just as a as a coincidence. I use tanta Neil's Happy New Year
1:26:59
or image because it was Chinese New Year. Oh, that's right.
1:27:02
That's right. And I use that in a newsletter. And
1:27:05
how do they get to choose those dates? Do they get to choose the
1:27:09
tu tu tu tu dates? And they say, Oh, well, that's a cool date.
1:27:12
We'll make that Chinese New Year. No, is it always on
1:27:17
February 2?
1:27:18
It's individually it's a week of celebrations in the official
1:27:22
days, one of those days and I think it was yesterday. It could
1:27:24
be wrong. Okay. Just a coincidence. But the good is the
1:27:30
you're the tiger. And I figured it was a good time to use that
1:27:34
piece of art. The other stuff? There was a lot of stuff. It was
1:27:37
kind of interesting, but it wasn't anything so compelling
1:27:40
that that the caviar didn't beat it.
1:27:43
No, there was a couple a lot of trucker stuff which just didn't.
1:27:49
didn't quite do it.
1:27:52
I did like to say the Kenny Benz pipeline.
1:27:57
Yeah. Did we not see that one at the time? Kathy? I think we did.
1:28:01
But it wasn't as good as the is the lid.
1:28:04
Yeah. What? And by the way, on the t shirt. For some reason,
1:28:09
they've just kept the logo and remove the tin. And it feels
1:28:12
like it doesn't work the same
1:28:15
way. I mean, they remove the tin.
1:28:16
Well, if you look at the t shirt, no agenda shop.com
1:28:19
Haven't seen okay. Yeah, they took the they took the logo, the
1:28:23
from the artwork. Everything's the same, except there's no
1:28:26
background of the tin. Just the blue. You don't see the tin or
1:28:29
the caviar around it. Oh, kind of see kind of that. So you
1:28:33
don't see it's a tin it looks more like a logo now. Oh, that
1:28:37
just fish. Yeah, yeah. Just by the way, how, how cool is that?
1:28:41
If you really look at this, look at this artwork. And if you're
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using it, a modern podcast app, new podcast apps calm. You'll
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see this image right now on your screen in your podcast app. Do
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you see the subtleness of this image? You don't look in the
1:28:57
middle and the end the tail? What letter Do you see?
1:29:02
The middle and the tail? Look at the round
1:29:05
the round circle curry Dvorak and the right hand side of the
1:29:08
tail. What letter Do you see?
1:29:10
I see. I don't see it. I
1:29:13
see you QO I
1:29:15
see a cue I can see the
1:29:19
I think it might have been on purpose.
1:29:22
Maybe maybe not thought it was. Stuff just happened.
1:29:25
That little swirl of the tail. I thought that was pretty genius.
1:29:29
was well done.
1:29:31
Yeah, I think you're talking about the dorsal fin and
1:29:34
yes, yeah. Yes, correct. Correct. Correct. Yeah, had some
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cool there. Anyway, we really appreciate the work capitalist
1:29:42
agenda and with your assist from Taunton, you know, that's what
1:29:45
we call colleagues, man. When you're helping the other guy
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win. Just because it's right. That's what that's what America
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is about. Neither of them are American, I think has
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morning, John and Adam Chris writes, just thanks for
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have no I have known of John's work since the show big thinkers
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on Tech TV and appreciate everything you both do. Chris
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Cutler from the Chicago suburbs. Thank you very much, Chris.
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Yeah. Big thinker, big thinker.
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I think it was the spin off that was developed by a guy a guy
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that okay we're doing silicon spin so my producer at the time
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a British guy he decides to spin off silicon and spin into the
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show big thinkers and so he does the show for about a year and
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then quits and leaves the whole place the thing their language
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and then they said I'll make Dvorak do it. So they said make
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the VOR x so I did and I got the interview a lot of interesting
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people sure it process but yeah, I never thought much of the show
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and I'm sure I was really enthusiastic being the guy doing
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the interviewing I can only imagine it's just you know if
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I'm not into something it is pretty assured to everyone Yes,
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it shows you that show you don't don't say this is why I'm not in
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please add to the Birthday Calendar my youngest human
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resource Emma, who celebrated her 24th at the Ford ducks
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yesterday. still amazed by the impact of career karma you sent
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out to her a year or two ago and she stood to choose or stood to
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chose it says chose a master's degree program at an Uber work
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karma and redirected her career to a a Dudette named Bernadette
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anyone can learn to code Joe. I like to you know, the Dutch seem
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to write these notes in some sort of code for jingles. I
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would appreciate a shapeshifting jus No. And especial jobs calm
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learn how to program as well
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no jobs, jobs. Just karma.
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Before you read the next one, I had to make a comment on neck.
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Biden stupidity. Okay. Not everyone wants to code what?
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These assholes make it sound as though everybody in their sister
1:37:29
because of I don't know why. Want to code which is a crap.
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You know, a lot of people like to code they love it. And in
1:37:37
fact, they're, they're born to code. But not everybody wants to
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code. They don't want to sit on their Duff coding all day. Some
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people don't like that. They like to be outside. I'd like to
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be chipping away with a with a pick axe who knows what they
1:37:50
want to do, but they don't. Not everybody in the world wants to
1:37:54
code. Sorry.
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No, I think you're right. There, but it is it is a people who can
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code are doing pretty well.
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Yes. And generally speaking, they're people who can code and
1:38:11
they're usually good. It'd be also like learning to code is
1:38:14
one thing. Being a good coder as a whole nother thing. It's not
1:38:18
even in the same discussion.
1:38:23
We move on to Scott K Lynchburg Virginia with a roadex tu tu tu
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tu tu for the Chinese New Year I am presuming. In the morning
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we go out we hit people in the mouth
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just a couple of things I want to get rid of a sucker got
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finally quit.
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Yeah, this sounded real sketchy to me, man.
1:48:43
Well, I agree in my thinking is that a The writing's on the wall
1:48:47
with John Malone coming in, it would be humiliating to be
1:48:51
fired. Mm hmm. And this is the way to get out great. Somewhat
1:48:56
Grace, Grace, Grace, Grace, Grace has graciously. Except I
1:49:03
think it may kind of backfire in reverse. At least if you listen
1:49:06
to your friend Megan, discussing the whole story with the woman
1:49:11
who wrote the original piece for Radar Online. As part one.
1:49:16
Today's News is a long time coming. We posted this story
1:49:20
back in January on January 4, but we actually have been
1:49:24
working on this story on reporting it out for years. And
1:49:28
we had photographic evidence supporting this story back last
1:49:31
year when we spotted Jeff and Alison at a Billy Joel concert.
1:49:36
So we really put in the groundwork to make sure that we
1:49:39
were 100% confident with this story. And in January, we
1:49:43
decided that there was just too much evidence and the world
1:49:47
really needed to know about this just because it was an open
1:49:49
secret in the media world didn't mean that it was okay.
1:49:53
Okay. And of course no one was interested in it because he runs
1:49:57
CNN and they didn't want to take off Jeff Zucker. They want to
1:50:01
get on CNN, they want to be seen. And I know you reported in
1:50:06
your piece you were told to he's a vindictive guy, and you better
1:50:10
be careful.
1:50:11
Absolutely. And you know one thing about Radar Online that
1:50:15
all our readers know from over the years is that we post
1:50:19
stories without fear or favor and we are really dedicated to
1:50:24
pulling back the curtain and letting people know what's
1:50:26
actually happening in media. So it didn't scare us that he is a
1:50:30
vindictive, nasty person if anything that was extra
1:50:33
incentive to really show the truth about what he was doing.
1:50:36
No wait, who was this woman?
1:50:39
Where she's going to broke the story? Yeah. And what
1:50:41
publication Radar Online which I think is a spin off a variety or
1:50:47
to Hollywood reporter is owned by one of the two
1:50:50
guys legit? Yeah, legit PR outfit. She sounds like she was
1:50:56
sent on a mission. Just this is a this is no secret. I agree
1:51:01
with that. Yep. Well, let's listen to your next clip. And
1:51:05
then I will give you my about
1:51:07
this. In this case, it talks about the woman which is kind of
1:51:10
funny.
1:51:11
Alison Gaullist is the woman woman's released a statement
1:51:15
now? I mean, of course, it's the woman you reported about. She's
1:51:18
released a statement now as follows. Jeff and I have been
1:51:22
close friends and professional partners for over 20 years.
1:51:26
Recently, our relationship changed during COVID. Recently,
1:51:31
she says I regret that we didn't disclose it at the right time.
1:51:35
I'm incredibly proud of my time at CNN and look forward to
1:51:37
continuing the great work we do every day she has not yet
1:51:40
resigned, nor done anything other than released the
1:51:43
statement so far as we know. Okay, so let's pick it back up
1:51:46
with Alison goalless. First of all, according to your
1:51:49
reporting, is it true that it was only recently that their
1:51:52
relationship changed during COVID? From professional to
1:51:55
personal?
1:51:56
Absolutely not. And that word is just a classic piece of PR spin
1:52:00
coming from someone who's a PR professional. And she joined CNN
1:52:05
back in 2013. And Katie Couric said, and her book published
1:52:08
last year that even that time, there were questions rumbling
1:52:12
about their relationship. So, you know, I'd like I said, I
1:52:16
think everyone who knows anything about this story knows
1:52:19
that it's been happening for a lot longer than recent months.
1:52:22
They've known each other for over 20 years, because my
1:52:25
understanding is she was I don't know what her job was young at
1:52:30
CNN, I'm sorry, at NBC. When he was an executive there.
1:52:35
Yes. So she was actually just like a public relations adviser,
1:52:39
very young, very junior, like you said, and she rapidly raised
1:52:43
through the ranks at NBC. CNN eventually became the Executive
1:52:48
Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. So all of our
1:52:52
sources and people inside CNN and even Katie, in her book,
1:52:55
have said that there are so many questions about the nature of
1:52:59
her scent at CNN. Was it really because of her talents? Or was
1:53:04
it because of her close relationships?
1:53:06
Wow. Wow. Wow, how are you allowed to do this to women in
1:53:11
today's day and age? That's very surprising that you can talk
1:53:15
well, she's a woman. So she's allowed to say, but basically,
1:53:17
she's a whore is what she's saying.
1:53:19
Yes, this damn. This goes on. Pretty much the conclusion they
1:53:23
come to.
1:53:25
Wow. Well, here's what I read was you know, Jevon, excuse me
1:53:31
during the Cuomo investigation, Chris Cuomo.
1:53:35
Just to me, this is the cover story. This
1:53:37
is the cover story, but it was Chris Cuomo investigation. Where
1:53:41
what did we learn from the Chris Cook Chris Coleman
1:53:43
investigation. One of his producers Katie fiddler, one of
1:53:46
Jake Tapper's producers Katie Fiddler The Boss Ah, yeah, it
1:53:52
shouldn't have disclosed an improper relationship I'm sorry
1:53:54
I have to resign Come on. I think he knew about the kiddie
1:53:58
fiddling at least knew about it. And to it and that's a morass.
1:54:03
That's probably still not they haven't probably really dug that
1:54:08
hole deep enough yet. It just feels like CNN has got him and
1:54:12
now with this accusation that you can screw your way to the
1:54:16
top in media. Oh,
1:54:18
what never heard never heard of such a thing. That's just crazy.
1:54:24
Well, yeah, good. riddens and that that deal is on and I think
1:54:27
it's all approved now. The time more the Warner media. Oh, yeah.
1:54:30
That's deposition. Yeah.
1:54:32
Yeah, where the rats are escaping the ship.
1:54:34
Well, where are they? where's it gonna go? Where's the sucker
1:54:36
gonna go?
1:54:38
I don't think he's gonna get a job for a long time. Hmm. Is
1:54:42
this isn't resolved fully because now it looks like he's
1:54:44
been playing favorites with his girlfriend. So it's like, hey,
1:54:48
go over with anybody. So he's not going to get any job for
1:54:52
until this is resolved completely. Yeah, he's got a guy
1:54:55
I'm sure he's got a golden parachute and he's fine and he's
1:54:59
gonna starve to death. To beg for money on the corners. But
1:55:03
that's but these other guests it's going to be interesting to
1:55:05
see I would I think a dead pool is in order here where you have
1:55:09
a when are they going to who's going to be next? Is it going to
1:55:12
be Don Lemon? Is it going to be meat guy and and you're funny
1:55:17
pinched face boyfriend who's going to be next on the chopping
1:55:21
block because these guys are gonna have to get out of there.
1:55:23
Malone
1:55:24
mentioned hold on Mika is MSNBC. She's not CNN. Oh, I
1:55:28
keep forgetting you're right. But there's something going on
1:55:31
there
1:55:31
too because Rachel Maddow is, quote, going on hiatus for a bit
1:55:36
to do a movie. Hello. in show business we call that done.
1:55:42
Don't go on hiatus. Yeah, this
1:55:45
is the news from this week. Yes. Rachel Maddow? Yeah, I think I
1:55:48
have the story right here. Rachel Maddow taking a hiatus to
1:55:52
work on a movie. As she just renegotiated her contract
1:55:57
reportedly. Yeah, this she's out. She's out. No, really.
1:56:04
She's out.
1:56:05
Look into it. This is interesting. Okay, well, okay.
1:56:08
You're right. Mika. Unfortunately, yeah, damn it.
1:56:11
But Don Lemon is going to go on. I don't know how Stelter is
1:56:14
going to hang in there. No, still
1:56:16
just filters got that Stelter has to go. Key was attached. He
1:56:20
was attached to suckers. butthole
1:56:22
Yeah, you're probably right. And then and then that fat face
1:56:26
blonde?
1:56:27
Yeah, Alison Camerata, she's, she's annoying. Yeah, she's
1:56:31
annoying. She's got she come. Did she come from Fox initially?
1:56:34
She was one of the she came? Yes. I think she was one of
1:56:37
the that I remember. And I just point this out to people. John
1:56:40
Malone was a huge Trump supporter. And he saw what
1:56:45
happened. Yeah. And he's, you know, he's wanted to talk about
1:56:49
a guy who carries a grudge. John Malone is like the is the is the
1:56:56
Darth Vader of the media. Now he's gonna just come in there
1:57:00
and just fire everybody and they had to bail out before where
1:57:05
that happened.
1:57:06
Camerata worked for many years at Fox News, most notably as
1:57:09
part of the Fox and Friends franchise and a co host of Fox
1:57:12
and Friends Weekend. Was she not part of the Roger Ailes? Or she
1:57:17
just yeah, she she was she covered the me to movement.
1:57:22
Anyway. It's not nice to call her a fat face blonde.
1:57:28
Did I say that? Yeah.
1:57:31
I just realized that was kind of uncalled for. Let's look, I had
1:57:35
to describe her because I know Renee. Well, when I say Chucky
1:57:38
who Which woman do you think I'm talking about?
1:57:40
I think of Jon Gruden. No, no woman, Chucky. Well, Jon Gruden
1:57:48
Jen Psaki course, hello.
1:57:52
Oh, I don't. I'm not getting that reference. orange hair.
1:57:56
Chucky, Chucky,
1:57:58
Chucky, the terror the terror doll.
1:58:01
Yeah. Okay. I didn't know it had orange hair.
1:58:05
So, Jen movies, so Chucky Saki, I'm just gonna be really rude to
1:58:09
her. She, she knew that that I've been looking at, you know,
1:58:14
again, Wall Street, the banking the reverse repos have been
1:58:17
talking to the former New York banker. And something happened
1:58:20
today that Glenn Beck put out which I need to correct because
1:58:23
he's not entirely right. But that actually opened my eyes to
1:58:26
what I think is really happening with the financial markets,
1:58:28
which I know nothing about, really. I'm dumb in that regard.
1:58:32
But for sure, Jen Psaki sees bad stuff coming coming her way. And
1:58:37
I think today we have jobs numbers coming out. And so she
1:58:41
needed to prepare everybody for the shitty numbers that are
1:58:44
coming.
1:58:45
Because Omar Khan was so highly transmissible nearly 9 million
1:58:49
people called out sick in early January when the jobs data was
1:58:52
being collected. So during that same period of time, and the
1:58:55
week, the survey was taken the week of January 12, was at the
1:58:58
height of the omachron Spike. So we just wanted to kind of
1:59:01
prepare, you know, people to understand how the data is
1:59:05
taken, what they're looking at, and what it is an assessment of.
1:59:08
And as a result, the month jobs report may show job losses in
1:59:11
large part because workers were out sick from omachron At the
1:59:15
point when it was peaking during the period when the week where
1:59:18
the data was taken.
1:59:19
Now how do you square that with the data for these people?
1:59:21
Yeah, by the way, I'm going to give you a clip of the day for
1:59:23
pulling out one out of the blue cuz I didn't hear this and I'm
1:59:27
I'm laughing you're laughing you're stupid Clip of the Day
1:59:31
but it is glib. That's a great catch.
1:59:37
But it's also ridiculous. is ridiculous. It was so good about
1:59:42
how does it work? Is she saying that the people were sick so
1:59:45
then they were fired?
1:59:47
I don't know what to say. You're right she's she's treading
1:59:51
water. Or maybe
1:59:52
and I think you could sell it by saying well, payrolls. Obviously
1:59:55
were lower because people were out sick and you know, asshole
1:59:58
companies don't pay people who are sick. that you could do
2:00:00
that. But that would have broken another narrative, I'm sure. No,
2:00:04
this was the news because there's two numbers out floating
2:00:07
out in the universe, which need to be addressed. And the first
2:00:10
one is this while
2:00:11
the US national debt has topped $30 trillion, for the first
2:00:15
time, about 7 trillion of it was racked up during the pandemic.
2:00:20
So that's the the national debt. But what I've been trying to
2:00:25
understand with these reverse repos where the Federal Reserve
2:00:28
was lending astronomical amounts of money to banks, just before
2:00:34
the 2020 discovery of COVID sar called SARS, to look back to the
2:00:43
same events occurring in 2008 2009. With the reverse
2:00:48
repos, this is really the overnight lending to banks,
2:00:51
because they, they can't really, in my understanding, the banks
2:00:56
need to park some money, they need to move this bit hundreds
2:01:00
of billions or maybe more back and forth, because they really
2:01:03
aren't solving. So they need a quick loan, they need a quick
2:01:07
loan, they'll give it right back the next day, you know, so it
2:01:11
seemed like more activity is happening in 2019, than it was
2:01:14
in 2008 2009. And even the former New York banker said,
2:01:18
Well, it looks like one of the sisters is in trouble, like
2:01:20
there's a bank somewhere that is in trouble. And that's why they
2:01:24
they because the Federal Reserve is supposed to be the lender of
2:01:27
last resort for the banks to quote unquote, bail them out. So
2:01:31
even though this story in 2011, I looked it up in our own show
2:01:36
notes was reported about the $29 trillion that the Federal
2:01:41
Reserve pumped into banks. This story is now returning 10 years
2:01:48
later, because at the time, the Federal Reserve said we don't
2:01:53
really want to disclose everything that we're doing,
2:01:55
which was truly only about the names of the banks who they gave
2:01:58
the money to. But the 29 trillion, it's 30. Some say Oh
2:02:01
30,000,000,000,020 9 trillion just coincidental that it's the
2:02:04
same as the national debt. That was known. But what Glenn Beck
2:02:09
did is now that a FOIA request has come out and shows who the
2:02:13
banks are, is key blows this up to something that is completely
2:02:19
wrong, but actually exposes what's really happening. So this
2:02:24
is a piece that a lot of people sent me and this is from Glenn
2:02:27
Beck two days ago.
2:02:30
Levy Economics Institute is the one that got the FOIA, and they
2:02:34
have the findings. And let me give you the truth of what the
2:02:40
Fed did. Between 2008 and 2010. The Fed bailed out the banks.
2:02:49
Now they said they give $3.5 trillion. Well, Citi Group, it's
2:02:54
almost nationalizing Citi Group, Citi Group got 2.5 trillion,
2:03:00
Morgan Stanley got to trillion, Merrill Lynch got 1.9 trillion,
2:03:06
Bank of America got 1.3 trillion. But that's not all. We
2:03:12
gave billions to the Bank of Scotland, Germany, Switzerland,
2:03:18
the UK, France, Belgium. Hmm. We gave $3.7 trillion to Japan. 1.4
2:03:27
trillion to the UK 1.3 trillion to Germany, we bailed the world
2:03:35
out to the to the tune, you want to know why they needed 10 years
2:03:40
to the tune of $29 trillion. They digitized $29 trillion, and
2:03:52
didn't tell you a damn thing about it.
2:03:56
So this is what the banker told me a couple months ago, he said
2:04:00
I don't know what what these people are writing that you're
2:04:02
that you're seeing, but they're double counting everything. I
2:04:04
didn't understand what he was saying. But the example the
2:04:08
Federal Reserve is very open about this. And that's kind of
2:04:11
the funny thing. I think Becca is missing this entirely. Most
2:04:14
people are missing it. The way these loans work is there
2:04:17
overnight loans. So and there's a very slight percentage but
2:04:22
over trillions of dollars, it's a lot of money. So these banks
2:04:25
are insolvent, they need money to continue to operate so they
2:04:28
do a quick overnight loan, everything's okay. I'm
2:04:30
simplifying this like all heck, but they pay it back. Every
2:04:35
single one of those numbers was paid back. Forget the funny
2:04:39
money of how fractional banking reserve and bank reserves but
2:04:43
that's all you have to know. The banks got it gave it back. So in
2:04:46
total, it was $29 trillion. It was often the same, you know, 3
2:04:51
trillion that was recirculating. Now I don't I didn't clip the
2:04:55
rest of what Beck was saying. But if you take that to 2019 in
2:04:58
September, the same thing was happening with a slight
2:05:01
difference. The difference is, it was no longer overnight, it
2:05:05
was three days it was a week, it was two months, they're still
2:05:09
paying it back. But instead of, you know, remember, the Federal
2:05:12
Reserve is the lender of last resort. So these banks are in
2:05:15
very, in some kind of balance sheet problem, where they need
2:05:20
the money much longer than just the typical overnight. And this
2:05:24
is the thing that BEC went totally off the rails with off
2:05:27
the rails. So they're doing about a trillion dollars a week.
2:05:30
And you can look at the chart, it's true, it's probably more
2:05:33
it's like more like 1.7 trillion a week. But they're getting it
2:05:37
back and back, counted it up and said, Well, that's 95 weeks so
2:05:40
far of the pandemic, that's $100 trillion. So they've stolen $130
2:05:45
trillion. It's not true. What is true, is the system is so
2:05:50
corrupt, that we are keeping it afloat. With a trillion dollar
2:05:54
blown every single week, this shit is on the brink of
2:05:58
collapsing, if you don't have that money flowing to the bank,
2:06:02
or they don't resolve whatever the problem is. And it was
2:06:05
Lehman Brothers, I guess was part of the fix. In 2008 2009,
2:06:10
something's gonna happen. And that's like in our face. I got
2:06:14
to talk to Horowitz about it because he understands this
2:06:16
stuff better than I do. But it seems like that's what's
2:06:20
happening. The banks and insurance all the same banks.
2:06:23
They can't, they can't make ends meet. So they have to keep
2:06:26
borrowing money. They give it back but they have to borrow
2:06:29
every single time before the rent comes due or whatever's
2:06:31
going on with them. That's a lot of money. That's that they're
2:06:35
out there. And there's there's not working. I think
2:06:39
it works great.
2:06:43
You don't need much of a hiccup for something to go bad. I'm not
2:06:47
sure of that. Now I know you're not sure I know you're not sure.
2:06:54
And neither is the former New York banker. He also says no
2:06:57
nothing to worry about. It'll just continue.
2:07:00
Works. Whatever works, you know that to play games. All I know
2:07:05
is that trucks are moving. This isn't services are here that
2:07:08
cost gills.
2:07:11
Bro, please just do me one favor and bid up just get a freezer
2:07:14
and just get some beef or something. I just want to make
2:07:17
sure I don't have it. I just don't want to have to worry
2:07:19
about you. There's also something going on in Europe was
2:07:22
something calling it target to or something is something with
2:07:25
the euro. The euro is
2:07:28
going to stop it right now and go back to the earlier part of
2:07:30
the show where we talked about the overlay after the pandemic.
2:07:34
The other part of the overlay and the riots, then Volker
2:07:39
there's a big boom in this. Yes. And the roaring 20s are coming
2:07:43
up.
2:07:44
But I think we have to go through some crap first.
2:07:48
There was no crap in Indian 1980 9019 period except for the
2:07:52
Bryant's and
2:07:54
there was quite a list of crap that went down. But again, you
2:07:57
have the roaring 20s Coming up is Jada fun, gonna live it up.
2:08:03
It's gonna be terrific. Attention, the roaring 20s have
2:08:07
now been moved to the 30s Stay tuned to this station for more
2:08:11
information.
2:08:14
It's gonna be still in the 20s it's gonna be the same. It's
2:08:17
gonna be the roaring 20s into the massive crash, which if
2:08:21
you're going to move everything in this scale, it would be
2:08:24
around 2031 30 to be a stock market crash it not because not
2:08:31
because for a loop.
2:08:31
Yeah. Well, I'm thinking you got your Federal Reserve central
2:08:35
bank digital coin by 2025. I'm thinking meanwhile, Jim Saki
2:08:43
takes a page from Nancy Pelosi to explain the build back better
2:08:48
bill, which is still a problem. Despite no one really wanting
2:08:52
this. They have different numbers, Jen? Well,
2:08:54
without getting into internal polling, I will tell you that
2:08:57
bill back better as you know hasn't passed yet. And we are
2:09:00
working to get it passed. And what we see in a lot of polling
2:09:03
is that people like the components of the of the bill,
2:09:06
but they don't know exactly what's in bill back better and
2:09:09
what it means. And it's always easier to sell a package to the
2:09:12
public. Once it's passed. We're gonna get to that point that is
2:09:16
our objective. But
2:09:20
it's so much easier to explain to the people what their
2:09:23
Representatives voted for after they've already voted on it.
2:09:26
It's so much easier Yeah, I'll bet it is. Yeah, he explained it
2:09:30
to you what's your problem? It's easier we already past is not a
2:09:33
problem for me.
2:09:34
This butterfly wasn't butterfly woman. Final,
2:09:39
I just got some Jen Psaki clips. She's just she's off the rails.
2:09:43
So she makes a cardinal mistake. As a spokes hole. You just don't
2:09:49
do interviews. You know, like, oh, but just let's just come on
2:09:53
the daily. You know, the daily is the most total targeted
2:09:57
podcast in the it's a pod In the universe, and she goes into
2:10:03
daily mode like she's a member of the team. Yeah, and this is
2:10:09
this is what this is we could have advised against doing these
2:10:12
kinds of interviews. Jen, you speak from the podium and the
2:10:15
podium only?
2:10:16
If you look at Fox on a daily basis. I mean, do you remember
2:10:19
the four boxes that you had that we had on all the TVs? Right,
2:10:22
which is on my TV right now. So right now, just to give you a
2:10:25
sense, so CNN Pentagon as many as 8500 US troops on heightened
2:10:29
alert, okay, true. Same on MSNBC. CNBC is doing their own
2:10:34
thing about the market. And then on Fox is Jeanine Pirro talking
2:10:38
about soft on crime consequences. I mean, what what
2:10:41
does that even mean? Right. So there's an alternate universe on
2:10:46
some coverage. What's scary about it is a lot of
2:10:49
people watch that.
2:10:52
soft on crime. What does that even I mean, what does it what
2:10:56
does it even mean? Right?
2:10:59
Oh, brother. Yeah, that's not good.
2:11:02
No, this I don't know why she does that. soft on crime. Yeah.
2:11:08
And then to disparage Fox. It's just dumb. Even though even her
2:11:13
her her protege? They're the Bandcamp girl. She didn't she
2:11:18
Yes. She wound up on Fox for a while. They even met her on Fox.
2:11:22
Yeah.
2:11:24
So I miss her and I miss her. I
2:11:25
miss her. I miss the the band cam girl. She was so good. We
2:11:29
love band camper. She was nice.
2:11:31
So I was doing what you do looking at different kinds of
2:11:34
screwball podcasts. And Victor Davis Hanson has
2:11:37
VDH Yes, with a horrible sound quality. Oh,
2:11:40
the sound quality is the worst. And he's like, you know, he's a
2:11:44
professor of ancient history. Very good one too. He's an
2:11:48
ancient Well, ancient alien history.
2:11:50
You should no no, that's ancient astronaut theorists. Right.
2:11:55
That's me. Yes. So I but so I clip something from because
2:12:00
it's, it's his description of Biden that because I was talking
2:12:05
to me about this and, you know, it's like this Biden's a lot of
2:12:11
it has to do with Biden's gate and Biden's gate. And it and
2:12:17
Dana Carvey does something he tries to do it, but that did to
2:12:21
Hance. His description kind of rings true. And I just thought
2:12:24
it was so interesting for people out there who want to do a copy
2:12:28
of Biden want to do a little, you know, some ridicule of
2:12:30
Biden, you might want to listen to this.
2:12:32
And then there's a lie about Biden, when he gets on
2:12:36
television. I saw him last night Jack. He is declining, as I said
2:12:39
before, geometrically not arithmetically each day is twice
2:12:43
as bad as the day before. His complexion is almost reptilian
2:12:47
like it's completely. When you look at those pictures just 1012
2:12:51
years ago, he looked like he was a fit 70 late 60s, he looks
2:12:56
completely different. He walks like his arms or wings or some
2:13:01
type of navigational instruments, his elbows there
2:13:04
like he kind of flaps so he doesn't fall he takes these
2:13:06
short little steps. He gets on there and he gets angry and he
2:13:10
kind of slurs his words. HE COUGHS he's, I am very
2:13:15
empathetic, I feel bad. He has no business in bed. Getting up
2:13:19
at six or seven and being told this is your menu and you think
2:13:22
oh my god, I got a headache. I ache I'm tired. I don't want
2:13:26
this. That's where we are. We don't we're not honest about we
2:13:30
sure we're honest about Donald Trump. We had the Montreal
2:13:34
cognitive assessment given him we had one that was named Bandy
2:13:38
Yi Li, SPL psychiatrist who was paraded around Congress saying
2:13:44
that you need to basically a straightjacket intervention to
2:13:47
grab him off the street and put him in, you know, cloud cuckoo
2:13:50
land, don't Trump. And not a word about Joe Biden. Can we
2:13:55
just agree give the guy the Montreal cognitive assessment?
2:13:58
See whether you can pass it or not.
2:14:04
Tina listens to Victor Davis Hanson. She's always complaining
2:14:08
about the quality of the sound
2:14:10
good for her. She should she shouldn't have been writing him.
2:14:14
Oh, yeah. It sound Minar around especially I think he's, he's at
2:14:18
the Hoover Institute. I can name a guy, a Marshall Buick in the
2:14:22
building. Yeah, there's guys. This guy's a little Billy his
2:14:26
own guys.
2:14:27
Well, since since VDH, brought that up. I have the latest
2:14:31
creepy sound bite from Uncle Joe.
2:14:33
But there's so much more to do. I remember, we're going through
2:14:36
this in the moonshot. And my saying that I was told level
2:14:40
patients don't want to share their data.
2:14:43
They all want to share their data.
2:14:46
Sometimes y'all don't want to share what you know.
2:14:50
Wow.
2:14:51
That is so deep on so many levels. What is up with that?
2:14:56
They all want to share their data. They all want to Share,
2:15:00
share your data, and then they clap for it. They clap for it.
2:15:04
Yes. Oh Joe, share your data.
2:15:08
Share your data.
2:15:11
Why are we clapping for sharing data?
2:15:13
For each of the ways we know cancer? Today? Cancer? No, we
2:15:17
can change his trajectory. For example, to prevent cancer,
2:15:21
scientists are exploring if the new M RNA vaccine technology to
2:15:27
promote a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine could also be
2:15:31
used to stop cancer cells when they fail. When them when they
2:15:35
first arrived.
2:15:36
Yes, hi cancer cells. Here's some mRNA from the safe and
2:15:40
effective vaccines get safe now from the people who brought you
2:15:43
the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines. It's cancer mRNA.
2:15:49
Right. Oh, there was a story on NPR about Biden pushing this
2:15:52
cancer thing is interesting. He played that clip you must play
2:15:55
this is the cancer money. Biden, cancer money,
2:15:59
President Biden is renewing his pledge to fight cancer. NPR is
2:16:04
Windsor Johnston reports by the details of a new effort at the
2:16:07
White House today that represents a relaunch of a
2:16:09
program he led during the Obama administration,
2:16:12
President Biden announced efforts to supercharge a plan to
2:16:16
reduce the death rate from cancer by at least 50% Over the
2:16:20
next 25 years. Biden wasn't specific about how the proposal
2:16:25
would be funded, but called on Congress to support legislation
2:16:28
that would enhance prevention and research programs, as well
2:16:32
as systems to increase equity and access to treatment.
2:16:36
My plea to my members in Congress is Let's fund this
2:16:39
particular program and focus on it till we beat it as an
2:16:44
American people keep the hope alive to is hope.
2:16:48
The White House says more than 9 million cancer screenings were
2:16:51
missed in the US during the Coronavirus pandemic.
2:16:55
Oh, okay. So how long do you think it is before there's a
2:16:58
breakthrough mRNA vaccine that will protect you from cancer?
2:17:03
Never. You don't think it's gonna fall apart this mRNA thing
2:17:07
is a loser. I just don't I I'm of the opinion that it would be
2:17:14
nice to be wishful thinking they want to do something that'd be
2:17:16
nice for them for their money for their bank role, but I just
2:17:20
don't see it. I'm not.
2:17:22
You don't you don't think you don't think they will get
2:17:23
something passed through the FDA?
2:17:27
I think is this I think this is getting to be I think the
2:17:31
public? Well, I'm not gonna like you and this wishful thinking,
2:17:34
Yeah,
2:17:34
really? What happens you everyone will take it. If they
2:17:39
come, I'll just do the Jhansi Dvorak or if they come up with a
2:17:43
cancer vaccine. Everyone will take it. They'll line up around
2:17:46
the block. We saw it. So you can't go back on that. I'm
2:17:50
sorry.
2:17:51
I was right.
2:17:53
I apologize. It's my beat. I can't I this is one of those
2:17:57
things where I'm gonna get emails and tweets,
2:17:59
or girl
2:18:03
you ever get those? I'm so sorry. Yeah, I was surprised.
2:18:09
This is my favorite. I'm surprised I'm surprised you
2:18:12
didn't do this. If you wish I would say I'm surprised you as a
2:18:15
producer did not produce and remind me.
2:18:20
Ah, yeah, always throw it back on
2:18:22
February the shortest month the coldest month and perfect for
2:18:26
Black History Month everybody. Yes. Is your classic. That's the
2:18:31
old classic. I just want to remind everyone with a Morgan
2:18:34
Freeman clip, who explains his views on Black History Month
2:18:38
Black History Month. This is fine with the George Wallace
2:18:42
interview.
2:18:43
Ridiculous. You're gonna relegate my history to I'm off.
2:18:48
Oh, come on. What do you do with us? What month is life history?
2:18:54
No, no, come on, down. I'm Jewish. Okay, which mother's
2:19:01
Jewish history month? There isn't 1001. Do you want one?
2:19:07
No, no, no,
2:19:09
I don't either. I don't want a Black History Month. Black
2:19:14
history is American history. How are we going to get rid of
2:19:17
racism and stop talking about it? I'm going to stop calling
2:19:23
you a white man. Yeah, I'm going to ask you to stop calling me a
2:19:29
black man.
2:19:30
Yeah, there you go. It's always good to remember the words of
2:19:33
Morgan Freeman.
2:19:34
Yep. He was though. He was the one who went on the Don Lemon
2:19:39
show. And lemon started trying to get into this racial racist
2:19:44
talk. He says, you know, we're all right. You know, what makes
2:19:47
you think these are going into premise that things are going
2:19:49
fine. And he says what makes you think that things are going
2:19:52
finally going terrible. And in any points I says look, I'm on
2:19:55
your show. You get this high paid job. Look at the two of us
2:19:59
how Can we be complaining?
2:20:02
Yeah, you're a black man. I'm a black man. This is great.
2:20:06
And the lemon doesn't know what to say. So it's been suppressed.
2:20:12
Now I do have a couple of things about the troops the build up,
2:20:15
including what I think might be the CIA messaging.
2:20:20
Ah, is this for Russia?
2:20:22
Yeah, the Russian Russia. I have two clips. Okay. And one is the
2:20:27
NPR clip about the American troops are moving to the EU.
2:20:31
The Pentagon announced today 3000 troops will deploy as part
2:20:36
of an effort to bolster NATO Allies along the Ukrainian
2:20:39
border. The troop movements are an effort to deter Russia from
2:20:42
once again invading Ukraine. MPRs Tom Bowman has more
2:20:46
2000 troops from Fort Bragg North Carolina will deploy to
2:20:49
Germany and Poland, and another 1000 American troops already in
2:20:53
Germany will head to Romania in the coming days. Pentagon
2:20:56
spokesman John Kirby said the troops are meant to reinforce
2:20:59
these NATO allies, referring to it as a robust defense and a
2:21:03
move that is not escalatory. The US is doing this on its own,
2:21:07
Kirby said and not through NATO. There are another 8500 troops in
2:21:12
the US on high alert to be part of a NATO Response Force. They
2:21:16
have not yet been ordered to deploy.
2:21:18
Wait a minute, we're doing this on our own of our own accord not
2:21:23
with NATO. Yes. Well, that doesn't sound even legal.
2:21:30
Probably isn't any moving troops. Now. This legal was just
2:21:36
sending a few troops to do a little shopping in Poland.
2:21:39
And we're here it's nice this time of year. Marcia. So I
2:21:48
caught this clip, and this is the deployment clip. And I
2:21:51
believe that this is the CIA messaging clip that coke goes
2:21:55
out to let us know what what's up ahead what's really going on.
2:21:59
And you can I think you may be able to pick this up too when
2:22:02
you hear that
2:22:02
and Biden has ordered several 1000 US troops to take up new
2:22:06
positions in Eastern Europe, as Russian forces crowd Ukraine's
2:22:10
borders. The Pentagon said today that 2000 soldiers will deploy
2:22:14
from Fort Bragg North Carolina to Poland and to Germany,
2:22:18
another 1000 will move from Germany to Romania.
2:22:22
districts will not be going to Ukraine to participate in the in
2:22:27
the Defense of Ukraine. President has been very clear
2:22:30
about that. These forces are going to reassure and bolster
2:22:35
capabilities inside NATO's eastern flank.
2:22:39
Russia call the US deployments destructive. Meanwhile, the
2:22:42
Pentagon confirm the validity of documents leaked to a Spanish
2:22:46
newspaper. They indicate that the US would agree to talk over
2:22:50
reducing missile deployments in Europe. If Russia backs away
2:22:54
from Ukraine.
2:22:55
Well, first of all, is Mike Morrell.
2:22:58
That was Kirby that wasn't that was Kirby. Yeah.
2:23:02
Are you sure that really sounded like
2:23:04
mine? Because I think it was visual. Okay. It's from a video
2:23:07
key Kirby. Oh,
2:23:08
my goodness, it sounded just really
2:23:10
You familiar? But no, it was the it was the documents leaked to a
2:23:16
Spanish newspaper. Yes.
2:23:18
Have we ever heard this before?
2:23:20
This is the old round of record about this,
2:23:23
according to these to the Madrid times.
2:23:29
So documents leaked by the CIA, to a Spanish newspaper indicate
2:23:35
the following and then they leaked this information to
2:23:37
soften the blow, which is that we will pull some missiles out
2:23:43
of some places. If the Russians just back off a little bit and
2:23:46
give us give us some slack here and this whole thing goes away.
2:23:50
That to me was the CIA's version their old fashioned way of doing
2:23:54
it
2:23:54
now this just hit me the number of times I've heard and we've
2:24:00
talked about this type of system over and even Nancy Pelosi
2:24:04
confirm that's how it works. But we know this my family know some
2:24:08
of this. A lot of this develop this who knows uncle Todd but
2:24:13
they would always be reading this is so the so does Uncle Don
2:24:17
read the Madrid times? No. He would always see this in two
2:24:23
places. I think one is more or less defunct now. The
2:24:26
International Herald Tribune. Does that still exist?
2:24:30
It's been changed it still exists as the New York Times
2:24:34
International Edition some now Okay, so that pulled it used to
2:24:37
be a joint venture between the Times and The Washington Post.
2:24:42
So that I believe was the messaging system but more
2:24:47
currently just it popped in my mind. ft. Financial Times
2:24:51
they're always publishing stuff like that. Hmm. And it makes
2:24:55
total sense because you cannot read anything on ft dot Come
2:25:01
back unless you unless you pay or unless you use F T one
2:25:09
two.io. As in foot twelve.io. That's a tip from your no agenda
2:25:17
show.
2:25:21
It's a it's a paywall Buster,
2:25:25
oh no.
2:25:26
And it busts the FT, which I never been able to do. So I'm
2:25:31
going to start looking, I'm going to start looking at this
2:25:33
now, I think at Financial Times may be the the aggregate outlet.
2:25:38
And it might be but in this case, it was some newspaper in
2:25:41
Spain.
2:25:42
No, no, but my point is the Financial Times would say,
2:25:44
according to the Madrid times, they're the ones that are doing
2:25:48
it not New York Times, but the Financial Times.
2:25:51
The joke of this is the transparency of the fraud, which
2:25:55
is if you're going to leak documents, State Department
2:26:00
documents, why would you leak them to a Spanish newspaper?
2:26:04
Well, you said is the CIA system. So the CIA does that.
2:26:08
That's what it is. Obviously, the CIA does it that way to get
2:26:12
it into the International Herald Tribune, or into the fenit
2:26:17
Financial Times. And what what outlet was this? We got this
2:26:20
from?
2:26:21
This is PBS. PBS NewsHour. Hello.
2:26:25
Yeah. Another CIA outlet. Yeah, these easy peasy.
2:26:31
So that so I believe that that was the CIA messaging, that this
2:26:35
is what's gonna happen. We're gonna pull some missiles out of
2:26:38
here in there as and the Russians are gonna back off. And
2:26:42
they are they're gonna move to Florida right now, actually, the
2:26:45
Russians may not do anything, but we're gonna report that they
2:26:48
back.
2:26:50
They won't be crowding the border as me as
2:26:53
routing actual exercises. Like they said, Yeah, which I think
2:26:58
they were, it was all going to come down and then bind is going
2:27:00
to take a victory lap, hopefully by 2022. So this month, yes,
2:27:06
it's got to be prior to the 2022. midterms. Well, they have
2:27:10
it and that all has to happen before April. So this is going
2:27:12
to happen in the next month and a half, they have
2:27:14
kept a as we say, in the old country, a stick behind the
2:27:18
door, just in case. All of my dudes named Ben and the
2:27:23
protector of the megawatts is specifically has sent this this
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panic panic amongst the power generating companies, US
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officials prepare for potential Russian cyber attacks as Ukraine
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standoff continues. They're gonna hit the grid. So they left
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that as a possibility, I think. And they but they did the what
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is it? I CIE us the computer division of the government,
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they've been contacting all of the power producers in Texas and
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whose could happen it could happen that could happen. So
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just in case there, there was a cyber attack in Germany,
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paralyzing oil and large oil tank tank farm. So they could
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not transport any any oil because the systems are locked
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up. Let me see if they blame this on Russia yet. They
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probably will.
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To the systems who are locked up. Yeah.
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logistics group Helman? Let me see it systems with the mineral
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oil trader mobbin after also affected the oil or the oil
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tanks, loading and unloading systems are paralyzed. Sounds
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right.
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This turn of valve for God's sake. Take a wrench
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turn a valve take a wrench. Mmm. All right. To round out this
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story we heard this was I think it's related. But we heard about
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the H SB us being targeted third wave of bomb threats for some
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reason.