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Yeah, well, you know, Putin, Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak. It's
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Thursday, May 5 2022. This is your award winning keep on Asian
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media assassination episode 1448. This is no agenda
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celebrating Sanko and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region number six in the
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morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry,
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and from Northern Silicon Valley, in California, where
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we're still celebrating abortions. I'm John C. Dvorak
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scale.
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You guys are great. We love you. We love it. Hey, it's
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your abortions. Come here to California, happy Cinco Demayo.
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And single them out to you. And we said, hey, Sanko This is why
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we said because you said during the scene of the song
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I know but that's because the song calls for the lyric Cinco
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Demayo. And that Cinco. It's it. That's our song. It's our Libris
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so this is a celebration of a defeat.
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That's interesting, stupid
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as holiday there is well in the like the dance. It was
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interesting. In the newsletter, you said the Netherlands
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celebrates Independence Day, which makes it sound kind of
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weird. It was really I think Liberation Day. Yeah. liberation
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from the Nazis. Yes, yes. But it came across like Independence
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Day. I had to think about it for a second. Wow. That makes any
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sense. So
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we got the bikes back by the
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new time. Thank you very much. Thank you to the management for
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sending out a special note. Yes, I get, I get a kick out of all
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caps, the management. That's like that is so like, 1940s
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almost Don't you think it went? Well, why did you do that? I
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mean, what what was your inspiration? And before? I know,
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what is the inspiration? Because I like it.
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It comes actually, I think it stems as as an offshoot of the
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memo writing class is that I once talked when I worked for
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the government. Yes, it was a seminar all believe it or not,
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all day seminar on how to write a memo. And to this day, I can
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write a kick ass memo if I was in a corporation, you'd be
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stunned. I know exactly know how to do them, how to format them,
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I know how to write them, how to set them up everything and that
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type of thing where you have the management and all caps. Is is
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kind of an offshoot of that. What I learned
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you learned well, for sure. So you know
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it has a it has a good look.
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This was a very interesting week that we went through media wise
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we had this this leak from the Supreme Court which was just
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phenomenal to see the I'm always paying attention to the initial
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reactions what what are we seeing and right away this was
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based on a political piece. Did you see the actual political
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piece itself Did you read that?
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I looked at it Okay, so
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you have a I have a clip that
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Yeah, but outlines this whole thing I want
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to I want you to to see if you can remember what you saw
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because and then we'll do your set up clip
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so I don't remember anything okay. Well
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Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights draft
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opinion shows and they show this picture of protesters in front
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of in front of the Supreme Court and
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in front well interesting coincidence. Yeah, but wait
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so first of all, lots of professional signs no agenda
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people know what that's about lots of professional signs so
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you got that means Hey, this was set up now the three in the
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front there's one woman ban bans off my body is another one
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holding a bands off our bodies professionally printed signs.
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Then there's a lady from Code Pink who has pink hair and has a
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band off our bodies Code Pink so that would be the Code Pink
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faction but then behind them there's three times as many
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people with expose and shut down the abortion industrial complex
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now liberal atheist against abortion keep our clinics Let
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our hearts beat the keeper clicks as the other one let
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their hearts beat adjust overturn Roe already you
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cowards. So they showed a majority in this picture from
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the from Politico who leaked who who print who published the
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leaked draft. They show a majority of people who are anti
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abortion versus pro abortion which led led me to think a
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little bit about hey what's and and they had two separate
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chance. This is the protesters who are pro choice
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so hey hey ho ho sexist fascist got to go and then on the other
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side here is the pro lifers.
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Abortion is violence of portion abortion is a is what they say
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oppression, oppressive, oppressive. So there were
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they're both out there and I just and I and I looked at the
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signs and the professional anti abortion signs comes from the P
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AU, which I'd never heard of. They are the progressive anti
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abortion uprising. And these are for all intents and purposes a
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bunch of woke Likud look licking a bunch of woke looking people
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who are anti abortion this I don't think this has happened
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before.
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The whole thing is weird. And my favorite one wish I suppose a
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woman holding a sign saying I wish my mom had me aboard. I
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wondered
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if that was like
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was my favorite as good.
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All right, you had a clip that you want to share. It's just
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kind
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of I think this clip came out on Tuesday. NPR, I think they
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wrapped it pretty well. I think it's a pretty good rap. And it's
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under a Supreme Court tomorrow there. Yes, Supreme
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Court got it. President Biden is reacting to the leaked Supreme
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Court draft opinion that would effectively overturn the 1973
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Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.
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Biden's calling on voters to choose candidates in the fall
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who support abortion rights. Here's NPR is Mara Liasson. The
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President says he doesn't know whether the draft opinion that
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was leaked reflects the final decision of the court. But he is
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urging the House and Senate to adopt legislation that codifies
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Roe, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that gave women the
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right to choose for themselves whether they wanted an abortion
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if it becomes
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a law, and if what is written is what remains. It goes far beyond
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the concern of whether or not there's the right to choose.
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The president says Democrats will need more pro choice
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senators and a pro choice majority in the House to goals
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that are in jeopardy in this fall's midterm elections. Biden
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goes on to say that it's up to voters to protect a woman's
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right to choose by electing officials who support abortion
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rights at every level of government. Meanwhile, Chief
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Justice John Roberts said in a statement that he has directed
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the supreme court martialed to investigate the leak, he said,
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quote, to the extent this betrayal of the confidences of
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the court was intended to undermine the integrity of our
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operations, it will not succeed. He goes on to say the work of
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the court will not be affected in any way.
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Before we get into a little bit of this, because people in
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outside of the United States and most people united states don't
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really understand what this Roe v Wade is the history of it. And
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if I look at the European reports, it basically is
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shortened to Trump Supreme Court. Outlaws abortion. You
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know, this, like nah, it's a little it's a little more
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nuanced than that. That little the timing of this was a draft
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from February. So it I don't think that it was just
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discovered. Now this was clearly time that someone was sitting on
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this. It was timed very nicely with a big opinion on the Pfizer
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docs that dropped, you know, that they tried to hide for 75
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years. That was a real story on the same day also. Dinesh
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D'Souza has movie tooth 2000 Newell's premiered in 250
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theaters. And that's the kind of thing when you premiere in
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theaters, you're gonna get some some some press, but not when
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this happened. In fact, I believe we can celebrate the
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fact that war is over. I think the war in Ukraine is done
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right. It's just we're not going to talk about it anymore. It's
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over now.
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Well, technically supposed to be over on the ninth anyway. We'll
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see
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you right. So a lot of outrage. This was carefully planned,
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carefully scheduled. The signs were print, and I'm not so sure
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personally yet. That it wasn't a Republican who leaked this.
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I'm not so sure it wasn't John, Robert. Exactly.
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It could have it could have been any number of and if you read
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the opinion, but we'll get into that in a minute. First, let's
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listen to some outrage. Front and center. Of course, you got
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to bring back Elizabeth Warren, who was just running through
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flower beds to her to her car
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control. She's stomping on plants.
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And they were new saplings you can see new plants like, Hey,
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get off with it get off of the grass lady
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angry and angry and upset. The United States Congress can plan,
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they just need to do it. I've never seen you so angry. You
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seem to be what some Republicans have been working toward this
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day, for decades. So you've been out there plotting, carefully
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cultivating these Supreme Court justices. So they could have a
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majority on the bench who would accomplished something. But the
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majority of Americans do not want 69% of people across this
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country. Across this country, red states and blue states, old
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people and young people want Roe versus Wade to maintain. We've
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heard a
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little bit of heckling going on there about dismembering
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children in the womb that didn't help her. But my my favorite
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freakout was Anna Kasparian, from the Young Turks. You know,
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the that woman from the Young Turks, she's sitting there with
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Chung that
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she's quite had quite a, a handful.
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But what she does is she takes us to a whole nother level and
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says, You know what this will buy overturning Roe v Wade,
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which somehow you know, even though there's a lot a lot going
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on as to what that actually means. To her, it means poor
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people won't be able to get to the job because they will now
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have to get child care that they otherwise wouldn't have had to.
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If they hadn't, if they just aborted the child. She goes off
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on this would have paid
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family leave. We don't even have affordable childcare in this
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frickin country. Okay, and the people will fight against those
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kinds of laws or Republicans. And yet when they have to go
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breaking question, question journalists. The question ask
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them, ask them. Isn't it amazing? The goddamn question.
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God, isn't it amazing?
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That not one Democrat has shown 1% of the passion that Anna has
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today.
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They don't care they don't
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by the way, I agree with her on this part
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about it affecting them. And if they were young enough, where
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what affect them, they'll get their abortion, they're gonna
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individual stocks enriching themselves, they're good,
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they're good. They don't care about you know, make sure you
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understand and you feel it in your bones. They don't care
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about you at all. All of that fundraising, all of that
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candidacy, all of that hard work on the ground, they can't even
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get a voting rights bill passed. There are losers. Trisha brings
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writes in Thank you, Anna, for communicating this momentous
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justice. We're all feeling
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I like to thank you for communicating this. I'm going to
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try that next time. I have words with someone and they're mad at
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me then if we have next time, I'm yelling at you, John. You
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should totally say to Adam, thank you for communicating this
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moment. Is the thing that would be very, it would probably break
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the spell. So what you hear
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is, I think, set them off like it did with Warren.
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Yeah, yeah, you're right. What you're hearing is someone who's
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mad who's a Democrat who has been canvassing and ringing
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doorbells and and is so let down by what what the Democrats have
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done in this as well as Uber, Baba BA. And this is of course,
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all about politics. There's no medical conversation going on.
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It's all Republicans bad or Democrats bad. It's it's it
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feeds the algos. It's a beautiful moment.
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The other statement that stands out is the Democratic National
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Committee saying in part Make no mistake, reproductive rights
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will be on the ballot and this midterm election is more
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important now than ever before. That reflects, of course the
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popular opinion of Democrats and a majority opinion of Americans.
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If you look at CBS News polling it shows most prefer keeping Roe
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versus Wade in place and federal abortion rights intact. But what
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this statement from a very crass political strategic perspective
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is also saying essentially, is Democrats wake up, get off the
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couch and go out there and do something about this by
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volunteering by donating money and most of all, by voting for
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Democratic candidates. There has been a widespread belief since
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the High Court heard this Mississippi abortion case that
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this would completely upend the dynamics of this year's midterm
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elections, and finally compel Democrats to get more
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enthusiastic, concerned and motivated. When you look at
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polling we've done other organizations have done. And so
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in the last several weeks, you've seen incredible
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enthusiasm and willingness to get out there to vote among
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Republicans, and dwindling interest in enthusiasm and
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Democrats. Take a poll today. And in the coming days,
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Democrats are hoping that those numbers are a little more evenly
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divided.
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So it's all about activating the base. So it's carefully timed
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and
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oh, yeah, this was such a scam. might mean it. They couldn't
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wait for the decision and who did who leaked the stupid thing
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and how come the guys had been found already? Well, that's
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that's also who it is. But
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that's also just to have people distracted arguing about how
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could this happen? This is such an outrage. Have a boo boo, who
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did it? Whoa, they should go to jail. No, this should be fine.
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Oh, this should be fired. It's like, it's just this is what
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should be found. This is saying yeah, this is what a
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psychological operation does. And the local stations who of
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course, like this one from Milwaukee, they got the memo,
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they got it. This is the Alert, alert. Let's activate the base.
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Let's get the Democrats prepared for the midterm election. And
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they're confused because you know, we got to make it about
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race to get because of course, somehow these these horrible
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Republican, I'm sorry, conservative judges. You know,
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they hate blacks. We just all know that. But we have to
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address it all. It's confusing. It's confusing. If you're in
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Milwaukee,
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the University of California San Francisco's Medical Center study
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these barriers to access Dr. Uzma who ca vi says if the
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Supreme Court draft becomes final, we would likely see more
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people seeking out unsafe methods of abortion,
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we have evidence of that and in the face of greater barriers,
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people are more likely to resort to harmful means to end their
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pregnancies. A study
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from Duke University shows that there would be an overall 21%
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increase in pregnancy related deaths but a 33% increase for
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black birthing people. John,
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we have awoken in the new dimension when we have black
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birthing people. Black birthing people Yep, the so called VPS
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VPS black birthing people I know
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oh, these people are just they're scrambled they got
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scrambled brain don't
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know what to do. You know. So just addressing this briefly in
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to help their cause no, addressing this briefly what
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this is so the headlines have done their job that worked
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perfectly they got the initial storm troopers out there I liked
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that they have the Pro and anti to that will propel it so
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there's clearly not a there's a message went out that said make
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sure you show these people make sure you show are progressives
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who are anti abortion. It was still kind of odd that I see
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this group there but the the the actual ruling has been a craw in
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in, in the legal professions. What do you got a hat is that
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what it is? Crawling the hat? No. What it's been a pain in the
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butt because it's it's a very wishy washy and non
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constitutional related issues
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to pay. It's a it's a piece. It's a turd turd. And it's been
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trying to rewrite it but they can't get a managed to do it.
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The Mississippi case. I think everybody saw it coming down
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Broadway as the opportunity.
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It was it was the Mississippi case was written I think to
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trigger this, don't you think?
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I do. I think they have they've almost said it. Right. And so
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they they triggered this and that now of course the the
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horrors of horrors. Insofar as the progressives are concerned,
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it gets thrown back to the states, states with liberal
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abortion laws like California, Massachusetts, New York, they
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just can do it, you know, you want an abortion come out to
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California, you know, we can do them. And this and that is about
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13 states that are gonna go very conservatively like Texas, and
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they're going to, you know, stick to their guns with some
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very rigid requirements to get an abortion. Abortion is not
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outlawed. And I think that that's not being mentioned
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enough. Well,
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it's not it's it's not being outlawed. In fact, the only
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discussion about any legality or punitive measures is against
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third parties. You're not going to go to jail if you abort your
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baby. Gotta hate talking about that. It's just
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a Texas thing. That's not No,
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no, no, no, no. What are you talking about? What are you
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talking about?
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It's not the gambling in California. There's nothing we
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can do it because you can get an abortion
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you miss. You're totally missing my point. All of these laws are
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only about what a hospital or a doctor can do. It's not about
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the person there. herself or the birthing person you understand
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what I'm saying to each birthing person by its by its on its face
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it's ridiculous because you that part is you do something and
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you're not getting punished the person who assisted you is
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getting punished in any in any version of law right you're
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right Okay, you're right. That's very,
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very solid that crazy third party Oh no, no I know,
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craziness.
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I was doing I know and the Texans they got suckered into
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this or or maybe it was part of this plan either way, because
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they knew this really restrictive six weeks this
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Texas thing was the salvo. So let's see if see if we can get
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Silva you know, like just see if we can get some action on it see
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if see what happens if we do this. And if this if we can get
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anywhere with this, then gear low Mississippi, because
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Mississippi is the logical candidate for some or Alabama
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logical candidate. So South states so since
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this belongs, we've talked about this, this belongs at the state
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level, because the federal government hasn't has no say in
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this. And the only thing Roe v Wade was was an expansion on
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privacy rights, you already have see rights. And it was that a
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woman and a doctor, whatever they do together again, the
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third party is between them. And that's no one else's business.
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But the way but the way they're making sure talking about
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vaccines. Well, and there you go,
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this is why it has to go. This is why it has to go. I think
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that there's there's again, it's beautiful when these things
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happen. There's multiple agendas, the my body my choice,
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that that has to go at a federal level so they can come in and
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mandate vaccines at a federal level with other legislation
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that would not conflict with Roe v. Wade. So I think it's
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beautiful that this is taking place because it fits right into
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their model moving forward. But just look at how annoying this
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is going to be for the next six months. This is not going to be
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about the war on Ukraine. That's done 33 billion. It's done.
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We've We've lent it to them. It went to all the NGOs, everyone
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got paid off. Everyone has their money. You know, let these
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people will go and visit we'll pretend we're in Ukraine. We're
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in Poland, bullshit artists. None of them's in Ukraine. And
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we'll just keep playing this for the next six months. That's what
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I see. And it's I don't know if they can pull it off. I don't
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think they can keep the public's attention that long. I don't
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think they have enough outrage actors to you that long
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earlier. Sorry. You said the timing. I think the timing we I
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think this was premature?
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Yes. It's because they needed to cover some other stuff up that's
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annoying, such as the election fraud. Dinesh D'Souza is movie
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and the the Pfizer, the death trials
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that Pfizer thing is is concerning. And it's not gonna
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get much played out by this media. No. D'Souza this movie's
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gonna get, you know, word of mouth. Popularity is not going
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to be that it ended up on one of the streaming services where
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people actually get to see it. Yeah. It that probably was in a
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week. Yes, that's correct. And I'd say maybe they did it. For
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that reason alone. It does cover up the Ukraine thing. But
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insofar as fixing their problems with the midterms, I think is
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way premature. Those other items would not affected the midterms
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one way or the other. Neither does Ukraine, it seems since the
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Republicans are gung ho for Ukraine. So there's nothing that
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would negatively affect the the midterms except this this would
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have some effect. If it was pushed more toward the midterm.
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Yeah, again, to August. So early timber. September has been
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ideal. But no, no. So they screwed up again.
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In in researching Roe versus Wade, which I think was it 72.
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When this came out, and by the way, it was developed in 72 came
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out 73. Right in 72.
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It was it was leaked to the Washington Post who published a
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story about it seven days. That's right, there's an end the
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whole case, the whole premise for this case was a woman who
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claimed to be gang raped, was pregnant, and then you know,
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there was an issue with her getting an abortion. And this
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video was circling around from the 70s Cokie Roberts hosting,
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so it must have been ABC News. And there was a little more to
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this as on PBS two. I think it's ABC, but there was a little more
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to that story that came out that you don't hear much about and
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just for historical record, I'd like to share it.
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Jane rose story was a terrible one. She said she had been gang
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raped, gotten pregnant was desperate to get an abortion.
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That's what everyone believed as long as Jane enroll remained
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anonymous. When she went public. She told a different story. You
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were raped while
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you're in Georgia. No, I wasn't. You were not. No, I wasn't. So
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all those stories that are in the books and so forth, are not
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true. Yes, yes. They're not true.
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Right. And it turned out that line wasn't the only
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embarrassment this darling of the pro choice forces presented.
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In her personal treaties published last year, Norma
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McCorvey told the story of her somewhat sorted life, then she
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still adamantly supported abortion. Now she adds that to
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the list of sins she took with her into the baptismal pool.
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I've tidied people out of money. I've sold drugs. I, you know, I
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used I was, I wasn't an abusive alcoholic from you know, many,
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many years. I've done a lot against his teachings that I
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think the far greater said that I did was to be the plaintiff in
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Roe versus Wade.
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I don't I never heard that part of the story. Nope. The mean who
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mean either No. And so there you go in the 70s being rerun not
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just with Roe v Wade the case but also with the scam
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surrounding it. The whole thing was a scam to start with. Ah, so
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I think the states is the right way to go that the state's
26:36
determined lots of things that's constitutional the way it should
26:40
be done. And yes, I understand the issues with no access to
26:49
reproductive health care, I love all the terms cuz traveling
26:53
would suck. But they come to you, right? Come come to
26:55
California, or wherever you go, Oregon, Washington. But that's
27:00
also how the United States is set up. It doesn't make the
27:03
United States a shit country. If a number of states take now we
27:07
want to do it this way. It doesn't doesn't make us horrible
27:10
people.
27:13
European coverage of this is shameful. They obviously don't
27:16
know what they're talking about. And the journalists over there
27:18
are just
27:20
the shit that told us now, Joe Biden, our president did kind of
27:25
let it slip that he doesn't that he doesn't want this to happen.
27:28
Most people cut off his last word, but the intent is still
27:31
kind of the same fundamental rights that are affected by
27:35
that.
27:37
I'm not prepared to leave that to the
27:42
public at the moment.
27:45
So what he says is, you know, there's so much there's so much
27:48
going on with this, I'm not prepared to leave that up to the
27:51
whim of the public in the local area, but he meant to the
27:54
States, but he's such a doofus, he can do this makes it worse.
27:59
He's
27:59
lost it, you know, in the eighth, I believe was in the
28:01
80s. I don't have the document in front of me. But he tried to
28:04
push through Congress, a bill that that legitimate, or took
28:10
Roe v Wade off the books, and percent set the whole thing to
28:15
the states exact way. And it just so happened because it
28:18
wasn't happening at the court level. I know. So that's a
28:22
hypocrite. Have you ever seen one? If Twitter gone back that
28:26
far, we'd have some hypocrite with no.
28:29
Professor JJ currently locked down like a dog in Beijing. He
28:35
sent in, you know, he is a constitutional scholar and
28:41
former law professor, a Professor of Constitutional Law,
28:45
and he put his own opinion, which I put in the show notes,
28:49
he says there's no way the outcome of Roe v Wade, can be
28:53
radically changed or altered as to obliterate the liberty of a
28:57
woman to control the pregnancy prior prior to viability. And he
29:00
goes in and explains every single piece of it, the three
29:03
stages pre fertilization, which is legal Plan B, post
29:08
implantation, yet pre viability, post viability, pre partum. And
29:14
you can read through the whole thing, but it can either go one
29:18
of two ways. You're going to have states determining what
29:21
they want the state level or you'll have abortion panels,
29:25
which is probably preferred by by the Democratic Party. Who's
29:31
who's allowed to have an abortion? It's like the death
29:34
panel. Yeah, yeah. Which we had we had it we saw it in New York.
29:39
Death panel was the governor and the governor decided now these
29:42
people can die. That's fine. We just put them back into the
29:45
home. Kill everybody else. Yeah. Nice, cynical laugh. So a whole
29:54
bunch of covering up shitty news and is So, and which is probably
30:01
the reason for the poor timing, because they could have done
30:04
this at any point, you know, they had this in February, and
30:07
in March it could it could have been done at any time and
30:11
everybody was prepared for it. It was so so obvious. But yeah,
30:16
I think they screwed it up. They're gonna have to come up
30:18
with yet another stupid scam to activate the base. I just don't
30:24
think this act. Did you see any? You see people demonstrating it
30:27
look hired like hey, hey, hey, ho ho. My sign is heavy. Just
30:36
know it
30:36
was supposedly a demonstration in San Francisco. Nothing big
30:41
though. Wasn't played up much if there was no which is
30:44
interesting to know. I think it's gonna be it's a loser
30:49
insofar as helping the Democrats in the November's tooth too far
30:53
out.
30:54
Totally. Big mistake. All right. Where do you want to go next?
30:58
You want to talk about the war that's over anything? Ukraine,
31:03
Russia civil
31:03
wars. I got a few wars because I got a lot of Biden clips.
31:06
Okay. Why? Why? What? Yeah.
31:12
What does he say? He gave a bunch of little speeches, but he
31:14
gave one where he went off off book and went kind of nuts. It
31:19
was up in Washington State. He went up there to for Earth Day.
31:24
Oh, did we miss Earth Day again?
31:25
It was last Friday. Yeah, brother. So he goes, we always
31:29
miss it. But I didn't even want to mention it. So he went up
31:36
there for Earth Day and gave a bunch of speeches and he said
31:40
some interesting things that are first of all, I do have a medley
31:44
which I'm looking at in this as his 10 seconds and it's supposed
31:47
to be three minutes
31:48
well, I have 10 seconds so you cut something wrong out?
31:51
Yeah, I did something something terribly wrong and I don't know
31:55
what I'm going to do about it so we won't be able to play the
31:57
medley which is a bunch of good clips but there's good stuff
31:59
anyway. I mean there's good clips like here's listen to
32:02
Biden Biden also gave a speech to eat was up the Eid Mubarak
32:10
and we like to say eid mubarak. And so he gave a speech to a
32:14
bunch of Islam, which is Muslim who say I can't say Islamist
32:21
lambic folk. And so he listen to this little mispronunciation
32:26
here, just kind of funny
32:27
every single day even as they still face real challenges and
32:31
threats in our society, including targeted violence and
32:34
Islamic phobia. That exists. just astounding. And I won't go
32:40
anywhere.
32:43
Yeah, whenever he realizes he screwed up, but I won't get into
32:45
it Islamic lamet corymbia Yeah, I like that. It's a good one
32:49
Islamic poor, is it for BIA or poor BIA?
32:52
He said poor B. I don't know if he said for BIA for ba it was a
32:55
mess
32:56
me here. Islamic phobia
32:58
probably for BIA. Okay. So basically, we're just going to
33:03
mock the old dude for a minute or two here. Is that okay? Yeah,
33:06
of course. Is that okay? This is what the European press should
33:10
be writing about. The US president has no brain cells
33:13
left.
33:14
Here's one. Here's what he didn't he was kind of lively at
33:17
the correspondents dinner.
33:18
Hey, I thought the first his first four jokes. His timing was
33:23
good. He had energy. He was landing the punch lines. I was
33:28
well impressed with the you know, the first couple of
33:30
minutes of of his great speech.
33:33
The thing was he we talked about this before, he's only good for
33:36
about 15 minutes before starts getting tired. Yeah. And here he
33:39
is. It was one of the better, more interesting pieces from the
33:43
correspondents dinner.
33:45
We're here to show the country that we're getting through this
33:47
pandemic. Plus, everyone had to prove they're fully vaccinated
33:53
and boosted so if you're at home watching this and you're
33:57
wondering how to do that, just contact your favorite Fox News
34:01
reporter they're all here vaccinated and boosted
34:11
so that gets a round of applause. Yeah, I was great. And
34:14
now there's let me see where I got so here is a couple of
34:19
little sides. This is the bears. He's taken a I think I've cue
34:28
from Kamla Harris and listen to this little report he gives on
34:33
Bears Ears he he has a little girl report if on Bears Ears and
34:37
tell me he's he's never done this before that I know of. And
34:41
listen to this clip.
34:42
A little girl came up to me with her. I don't know where how it
34:47
happened. But I was walking outside. And a woman came up
34:50
with a little girl and said she said, Mr. President, please
34:56
protect Benghazi as I said I beg your pardon honey said Please
35:00
protect Bears Ears. I said Bears Ears. She said yes. And I knew
35:05
it Bears Ears was because I've tried to take my kids in almost
35:08
every national park. And I said, Okay, honey, she said promise me
35:14
promise me and we did. Bears Ears for us like this August. By
35:22
the way, we got some Republicans the
35:24
supportive man, the same speech writer who came up with it I'm
35:32
thinking yeah, that's a bullshit story that happened right after
35:36
he whipped Corn Pops ass.
35:39
I know it has to be a bullshit story. Now this is a display the
35:44
Cubs clip were
35:46
repowering retired power plants and clean air clean hydrogen and
35:50
advanced nuclear and making them economic cubs again.
35:57
I think you meant hubs maybe? Why do you say cubs
36:00
is an economic cubs? What he's talking about?
36:05
They gotta get this guy off the stage. Well, they're not
36:08
covering him. No one covers him like this.
36:11
Here's another data why they don't have to get him off the
36:14
stage because they feel safe. Not calling who cares? Them talk
36:17
who cares? Media is not going to pick up on any of this
36:20
craziness. Here's another good listen to this the IB instead of
36:24
CS talking about the International Brotherhood of
36:26
Electrical Workers, which I've had an association with. I was a
36:31
One summer I was a member and it's IBEW International
36:36
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
36:39
Oh, yeah. It's I guess, right. Not not IBEW IBEW. Sure.
36:43
He keeps calling it IBEW. Did they change your name and
36:47
somebody out there knows that they changed their name to IBEW
36:50
International Brotherhood of workers? So I don't think so.
36:54
And starting with the IBEW electrical workers, they
36:57
endorsed it. And every union has stepped up because they figured
37:01
it out their job. They're the ones who can help us transition
37:05
in ways like never before. It's not going to cost them jobs, is
37:08
going to increase jobs. The IBEW is going to be built on 50,000
37:13
Electric stations, who actually started station all across
37:17
America, for example.
37:19
Okay, sure.
37:21
You notice a little problem there with his little comment
37:24
that should have been nailed by a fact checker.
37:27
Right? His his charging stations? Yeah, yeah. But I
37:33
thought it was I thought it was 250,000.
37:35
No, 500,000. No. Yeah.
37:40
So is he now reading off prompter while he's just
37:43
answering questions, and he's missing the zeros or
37:48
I don't know what he did wrong there. But he said 50,000. And
37:50
if it was Trump, yeah. Well,
37:53
that's what about. That's what? That's what about ism.
37:59
This is a little side bit here. I only got a few of these left.
38:05
I did not know this. And I wonder whether it's true. Biden
38:09
has asthma, drive asthma.
38:11
80% of the people who in fact, we grew up with asthma.
38:15
Oh, 80% of the people who grew he grew up Oh, man. I don't
38:22
know. I check back check back check. I don't know about that.
38:26
All right.
38:29
Do you know that he has asked was anyone ever mentioned this?
38:32
No. I know that he has a stutter.
38:35
I guess as asthma. Well, in fact,
38:38
hold on, hold on. Let me let me play this for a second. Because
38:42
I wanted to actually defend the president. Why would this flub
38:47
well because I felt bad for him. This was a really bad one and I
38:51
and it's asthma.
38:52
Cesar Yosh their luxury homes and other it'll be gotten games
38:56
of Putin's kleptocracy. kleptocracy
39:03
that's a stutterer a lifelong stutter who just really got
39:08
caught in in the word. Yeah, that's not a brain freeze.
39:11
I mean, it's what you noticed, I haven't played that clip.
39:14
But because people are sending it to me, look at this idiot,
39:17
Mike. He's an idiot. But this is because he stuttered. And maybe
39:20
maybe the asthma didn't help.
39:23
As I suddenly knows, and as I go,
39:26
along with 80% of the people who grew up with a Let's
39:29
Play, the CIO apparent apparent clip,
39:33
genuine opportunity, an opportunity to do things we
39:37
wanted to do. And only now and become so apparent.
39:43
Apparently now become so apparent just just now
39:46
very apparent.
39:48
Sorry. And then the last one I have since the medley has been
39:52
ruined.
39:52
Yeah, well, you can't help that.
39:56
Here's my Debbie. Yeah, well, I know you can't but I can kick
39:59
myself Here's the WTF Delaware clip this should be a topper.
40:04
And I want you to know she works at the University of Delaware at
40:07
the Biden Institute. So we call that using a point of personal
40:13
privilege there not been many senators from Delaware it's a
40:17
small state has never been one and take advantage of making
40:24
sure I introduce you.
40:25
Wait a minute. There's not many senators I mean, this pretty I'm
40:29
pretty sure it can be to
40:31
two senators Sure. He was one for years. But take Corinda him
40:37
there's never been
40:37
one it's never gonna center it's too small for for maybe it was
40:42
confused with DC. I don't know. No, I feel like Anna Anna now
40:47
I'm upset and frustrated that our that our president is is
40:52
just as no brain except for whatever they did to what the
40:57
correspondents dinner that was dynamite. jack them up. I have
41:01
not seen him that jack for a while they really did. It was
41:05
very
41:05
good. They know there's a limited number of times you can
41:07
do it before he burns out. Yeah, before it blows his brains out.
41:13
Well, while the President was running around flooding and
41:15
flooding and flooding. We had a couple other things in this two
41:18
stories that are that are converging. One is the continent
41:24
what the disinformation governance board, commonly known
41:31
as the Ministry of Truth, which is a bit of a misnomer, but
41:34
okay, we'll just roll with it because everyone gets the idea.
41:37
And Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter, which we now this
41:40
morning, know a little bit more about, he has pulled in some
41:44
friends, including Larry Ellison, who was put a billion
41:48
dollars and he's basically financed 7 billion through
41:52
friends and family also Sequoia Capital in for 800 grand by
41:57
Nance the crypto exchange is in so he's bringing in some people
42:03
not huge or significant, but it certainly reduces his exposure
42:08
to the what he borrowed against his Tesla stock. So there's a
42:13
lot going on with what what the certainly left leftist media and
42:22
Democrats, Democrat operatives, specifically see as a danger.
42:29
And I'll just present the evidence and then we can see
42:32
what we make of it. But I have to play start off with this.
42:36
David Zurawik from CNN, who's I think all he does is going
42:42
comment on CNN. And this was on reliable sources. So it's always
42:46
fun, because it's the seltzer water show, and they've gotten
42:49
some knocks there on the panel. But this is the general feeling.
42:52
No, I think there's a bigger problem that when we focus on
42:55
the personalities of people like Elon Musk, and people say, Oh, I
42:58
think Elan thinking this or that. There's a bigger problem
43:01
here about how we are going to control the channels of
43:05
communication in this country. In 1927. We had the radio act
43:09
1934, the Communications Act, Congress stepped in we made
43:13
rules. FCC wasn't great, but it's still regulating the
43:17
broadcast industry. You can't use vulgar language, you can't
43:20
do all these things with speech. We gave over our what amounts to
43:25
our airwaves or our internet waves to Mark Zuckerberg and
43:29
Elon Musk and we are in so much trouble because those guys
43:33
believe in making money. We've already seen that with the 2016
43:36
election and Zuckerberg when he was taken rubles for ads from
43:40
Russia and say, Oh, I think it's crazy to think they had any
43:43
influence on this election. Musk is the same Musk doesn't want it
43:46
or you know he's upset with the SEC tried to go out there they
43:49
question him you know what I'm saying? This is dangerous. We
43:53
can't think anymore in this country. We don't have people No
43:56
I'm serious. We don't have people in Congress who can make
43:59
regulations that can make it work I think we can look to the
44:02
western countries in Europe for how they are trying to limit it
44:05
but you need you need controls on this you need regulation you
44:10
cannot let these guys control discourse in this country are we
44:14
are headed to hell we are their trunk open the gate to hell now
44:18
where they're chasing us.
44:19
See this to me links the two stories together. And and we've
44:24
heard this from lots of these puppets on certainly cable news,
44:29
Mika Brzezinski. Hey, that's our job. We're supposed to be the
44:33
ones controlling the message. Like we, the beauty is, this guy
44:37
is just saying it out loud. We need to control messaging in
44:42
America. And no one's questioning him on that. Like
44:45
we're not that group. And for what it is just straight and a
44:49
couple of things out of what he said before you continue with
44:52
your analysis. First of all, the Communications Act of 2017 was
44:57
because the radio I followed I've had to have a lot of
45:00
hobbies, magazines from that era, radio was out of control.
45:04
People were stepping on each other's signals. And there was
45:07
no there was no laws about it. I wanted to set up a radio
45:10
station, I could do it out of my house, at any frequency I
45:13
wanted, they had to do something about good times. Hard. Yeah, it
45:17
was a big fruit before 1927 You could just pretty much set up
45:21
shop anywhere and just start broadcasting and
45:24
a lot of those people got grandfathered in with great
45:26
licenses and spectrum
45:29
34 was to bring in the FCC so they can control you know, that
45:34
was a kind of a message control thing was the key. It was the
45:37
keep them honest, not to keep modest but to keep pornography
45:41
off the off the airwaves and some other they give us their
45:44
censorship model. And but the FCC was was created it was it
45:48
was for the FCC declaration of the FCC. It wasn't for anything
45:51
he's talking about. And there's a difference between you have
45:54
airwaves that need to be controlled because they're
45:56
limited. They're not, you know, infinite. It's not the same with
46:00
the Internet. There's nothing is number of IP addresses means
46:03
that's how many stations there are. It's in the billions. So
46:09
this guy's fussy this guy is he's, he's an anachronism. He's
46:14
full of shit pay. And by the way, he's like a professor of
46:17
Media Studies that I think Groucho universe, pretty rotten
46:21
place pretty much. Well, some school I never heard of. So
46:27
they're lapping it up.
46:29
Not Well, well, there is not if you bring in the Ministry of
46:33
Truth. And and we'll get to that in a moment. I think there is a
46:37
general consensus that the media itself it was actually mo kind
46:42
of convinced me of looking at it this way. The cable news and
46:46
just media New York Times everyone is a little upset,
46:49
because but wait a minute, if this Ministry of Truth is coming
46:52
in, and they're supposed to be combating disinfo, but that's
46:57
our job. How come you're gonna give that to that woman who
47:00
sings Broadway tunes, we're the ones that are supposed to
47:03
massage and do all that stuff. And I think there's, there's
47:06
some malaise a little bit over, over mainstream news over what
47:10
is coming and they're taking it out on on Twitter, then and of
47:14
course, you just like, if you want to activate anybody and get
47:18
them all angry in America, all you do is you just take it to
47:21
race. Here's Molly Jong fast on MSNBC.
47:25
So I do think he has been courted very hard by this far
47:29
right friend and you see it you see Joe Rogan, and those types
47:33
are working there's
47:35
Joe Rogan far right? This is fantastic.
47:39
By the way, you know if you're a normal kind of twist straight
47:44
liberal like Rogen, yeah, this has got to go you to know and I
47:50
lost you assaulting.
47:51
It's very insulting. And right off the bat. I mean, this shows
47:54
you how full of crap these people are. And well, you'll
47:58
you'll hear the whole thing it's we go from far right Rogan to of
48:02
course, this is all racist.
48:03
So I do think he is being courted very hard by this far
48:07
right fringe and you see it, you see Joe Rogan, and those types
48:11
are working very hard to sort of charm him. He does seem to be a
48:15
person who likes it when people are nice to him. Right? So he's
48:19
quite upset with the laughs because he has all these labor
48:22
problems. He has, you know, a lot of workers complaining about
48:27
racism and sexism, terrible sexual harassment, complaints
48:32
and racism complaints in the factories. So and there's a
48:36
quick you know, there's a I think there's talking about
48:39
us throwing out racism complaints in the factories. You
48:42
just throwing that out?
48:43
There she's is she talking about Trump?
48:45
No, no, she's talking about Elon.
48:49
Elon. She's talking about Elon and Elon has got a racist. Yes,
48:53
actor. Yes. Sexual harassment, racism. nonunions. Yeah. Oh,
48:59
yeah. Basics. Oh, yeah. Yes.
49:01
All horrible.
49:02
Sexual harassment, complaints and racism complaints in the
49:06
factories.
49:07
But to answer your question, yes. They just took out the word
49:10
Trump in the script is inserted. Ilan, you are correct.
49:13
So and there's a quick, you know, there's a, I think there's
49:16
a real move to try to unionize. That's all stuff he doesn't
49:20
like. I think he's a person who likes to be liked. And that's
49:24
really what it is. And these guys are working hard to make
49:27
their friend. The other thing I would say about him and with all
49:30
these guys, and you see this also with Omar. You know,
49:33
there's so much complaining Oh, you know, everyone so why are we
49:37
so woke they don't let me tell my jokes. But you know, old rich
49:41
white men have for since the beginning of time complained
49:46
about young people. Like this is not new, you know, you're old.
49:50
You're rich white, you got everything. Of course you're
49:53
threatened by young people. Of course you're mad. Of course you
49:56
don't like their beliefs. I mean, think about the 1960s
50:00
Like, this is not some new phenomenon old rich white men
50:04
are always very threatened by young people always. So as much
50:08
as I understand it, I think the fault in some ways is on the
50:11
mainstream media for reporting this incredulously and not
50:15
saying like, this is a rich guy who doesn't want is factory
50:19
unionized.
50:21
So just so you know, it's always old, rich white man who don't
50:27
like the young people. That's what it is. And it would be true
50:32
if you were rich, but you're not. So her theory falls apart.
50:37
You're an old, comfortable white guy, then you want people off
50:43
your lawn
50:45
off my line or the lawn, or you have rocks? Yeah, well
50:48
get tell him to get off your rocks. Get off the rocks. So I
50:54
believe this dovetails into what's taking place. We had the
50:58
the big push, which we talked about Obama coming out at the
51:01
Stanford cyber policy institute, talking about oh, boy,
51:06
disinformation that's killing people. We had the once again,
51:10
the podcast, right up from Brookings Institution, which was
51:14
kind of a repeat of what they've said before, but then when you
51:17
click on the links, oh, it's about disinformation killing
51:20
people. This was a very big push from Obama and I will say
51:25
specifically the Obama Foundation. We'll get to that in
51:28
a moment. And it has created some backlash as ABC reports,
51:33
the Biden administration is facing fierce backlash for
51:36
convening a group called the disinformation governance board,
51:39
how
51:39
are we ever going to come to an agreement on what is
51:42
disinformation so you can police it on social media?
51:44
Homeland Security recently rolled out the board giving few
51:47
details on how it will function saying it will examine
51:50
disinformation about threats, but will not have operational
51:53
power and will not monitor US citizens. Civil liberties
51:57
advocates are questioning the
51:59
idea we can even agree what disinformation is. On Wednesday,
52:03
Republican lawmakers pressed Homeland Security Secretary
52:06
Alejandro Mayorkas calling for the disinformation group to be
52:09
disband, some dubbing it the truth police.
52:12
I think it's a terrible idea. It communicates to the world that
52:17
we're going to be spreading propaganda within our country is
52:21
Yeah, an awful idea.
52:23
Mayorkas disagreed saying the group will not infringe on
52:26
freedom of speech or privacy rights. He says fighting
52:29
disinformation is vital to protecting the homeland. We
52:32
become
52:33
involved when disinformation poses a threat to the security
52:38
of our country.
52:40
How much does this Mayorkas guy sound like Bill Barr?
52:44
Oh, good point. Probably the same middle totally the same
52:47
millio.
52:48
Here again,
52:49
when disinformation poses a threat to the solidarity exactly
52:53
this country totally
52:55
in that same milieu. Yep. So that guy, so that was in the
53:00
Senate. And so it just a lot of confusion. What exactly what
53:05
powers will this Governance Board have? What do they do? We
53:10
have lots of interesting video from the chair of the leader,
53:17
the mistress of truth, Nina Yanka, which this is during the
53:23
Trump administration. Just a quick zoom clip from her there
53:26
seems to be a lot of it
53:27
focused so much on, you know, pushing back against Russian
53:32
disinformation online, we've lost sight of the fact that our
53:36
own government and certainly President Trump himself has
53:41
dealt in disinformation and normalized disinformation over
53:44
the past four years, to the extent that there is no
53:46
disincentive for most politicians to traffic in it
53:49
anymore. And this again, as I mentioned at the beginning,
53:52
should not be a partisan issue. Democracy isn't possible without
53:56
authoritative sources of information.
54:00
Your thoughts on this John, democracy is not possible
54:03
without authoritative sources of information? Do you find this to
54:08
be true?
54:10
I don't know what why would be true. Democracy is a simple
54:13
process of people saying they like or don't like something and
54:17
voting on it and a consensus being formed and action being
54:21
taken. I don't know. It's got to do with anything. Okay. Has to
54:24
do with sources of information. If he went, what about an
54:28
illiterate person?
54:30
No democracy for you. Dumbo. You can't read? No good. Now. Dana
54:37
Bash over at CNN. She interviewed my Yorkers the the
54:43
dude running Homeland Security wasn't even do that the
54:46
President Biden couldn't even remember his name or said it
54:49
wrong. I don't remember that. And she asked specifically how
54:54
this is going to work. She sounds demure. She sounds like
54:57
she's having some issues with what's going on here. Like Is
55:01
this is this singing lady now? Is she going to be in charge?
55:04
And we were supposed to sing and why does she get to do that? You
55:08
know, this is by the way, here's an older rich white lady and
55:11
she's pissed off at this younger generation coming in. Here it
55:15
is. And
55:15
the board, this working group, internal working group, will
55:19
draw from best practices and communicate those best practices
55:24
to the operators because
55:27
I'm gonna say right now, he keeps talking about the
55:30
operators at no point does Danna bash, ask him who the operators
55:35
are. So we're going to have to guess that at the end.
55:38
And thank goodness, this is the kind of journalism we have.
55:43
I'm sorry. I'm sorry. What?
55:46
Is she not listening? No, she's
55:48
listening. She just refuses to ask because she's what she might
55:53
actually know the answer that's probably more likely that she
55:55
knows exactly how this works. But it's not coming to the front
55:59
of the forefront. Here we go
56:00
and the board this working group internal working group, will
56:05
draw it from best practices and communicate best practices to
56:10
the
56:10
consulting bullcrap.
56:13
That's nice thing is best practice. Yes,
56:15
there is. That's That's what McKenna McKenzie delivers to
56:18
you. They deliver a document with best practices for
56:21
disinformation detection. This is a consultant, please. Do you
56:27
know how this works? Think tanks. McCann, McKenzie. All
56:32
these consultants will come up with best practices.
56:34
Oh, sure. They can. Oh, are the deliverables? Yes.
56:39
That's code McKinsey. McKinsey. McKinsey. McKinsey. Yes. Best
56:43
Practices
56:44
operators because the board does not have operational authority.
56:47
Well, American citizens be monitored. No. guarantee they
56:51
will.
56:51
So what we do we in the Department of Homeland Security
56:55
don't monitor American citizen. We don't but we this board
56:59
change that? No, no, the board does not have any operational
57:03
authority or capability. What it will do is gathered together
57:07
best practices in addressing the threat of disinformation, from
57:12
foreign state adversaries from the hotels, and disseminate
57:17
those best practices to the operators that have been
57:20
executing in addressing this threat for years.
57:24
What this guy was beautiful,
57:27
what's not even done? Because here's where I would say, Who
57:30
are these operators? And what have they been doing? What
57:33
is he talking about? This guy is a classic bureaucrat, he is not
57:40
saying a damn thing. For me. Yes, yes. gagging and making it
57:46
sound right. And it's like, yeah, it's by the way, I used to
57:50
be able to be able to do this when I was an air pollution
57:52
inspector.
57:53
And you've been trained, you've been classically trained in the
57:56
art of saying nothing.
57:57
You know, it's funny thing is there's no direct training for
58:00
that. You you train serving best, best practices that are
58:05
really good at it. Best practices. Yeah. And then you
58:08
just I can do that. I can talk that way. I can say nothing I
58:12
can say absolutely nothing.
58:13
Let's continue
58:15
to the operators that have been executing in addressing this
58:18
threat for years.
58:20
Republicans are criticizing your decision the administration's
58:24
decision to choose Anita Janka wits to lead this disinformation
58:28
board they say she is not somebody who was neutral, your
58:31
response,
58:32
eminently qualified, renowned expert in the field of
58:36
dissemination? Absolutely. So would you be okay,
58:40
if Donald Trump were President if he created this
58:44
disinformation board governance board or if it is in place, and
58:47
he wins again in 2024, that he's in charge of such a thing.
58:51
I believe that this working group that gathers together as
58:54
gathers together best practices, make sure that our work is
58:58
coordinated, consistent with those best practices that were
59:02
safeguarding the right of free speech, that we're safeguarding
59:06
civil liberties, I think is an extraordinarily important
59:09
endeavor.
59:10
So this guy's the best. He has some practice. But this is
59:16
coming from one source. And this is all from the Obama
59:21
Foundation. And we, interestingly enough, scored by
59:25
one of our producers with memory like elephant said, hey, no
59:31
agenda Show episode 869 2016. You played Obama, and he was
59:37
talking about this very same thing. This could have been his
59:41
Stanford cyber policy speech right here this clip after
59:45
rebuild
59:47
within this wild wild west of information flow, some sort of
59:51
curating function that people agree to. You know, I use the
59:57
analogy in politics. It used to be there were 312 Vision
1:00:00
stations and Walter Cronkite's on there and not everybody
1:00:05
agreed. And
1:00:06
but that was the channel of communication that was
1:00:09
controlled. This is exactly what we heard this fear is that Elon
1:00:13
will do
1:00:13
there were always outliers who thought that it was all
1:00:16
propaganda, and we didn't really land on the moon and Elvis is
1:00:20
still alive and so forth. But generally, that was in the
1:00:24
papers that you bought in the supermarket, right, as you were
1:00:28
checking out. And generally people trusted a basic body of
1:00:35
information. It wasn't always as democratic as it should have
1:00:39
been. And it's always exactly right, that, for example, on
1:00:42
something like climate change, we've actually been doing some
1:00:45
interesting initiatives where we're essentially deputizing
1:00:49
citizens with handheld technologies to start recording
1:00:54
information that then gets pulled, they're becoming
1:00:56
scientists without getting the PhD. And we can do that in a lot
1:00:59
of other fields as well. But there has to be, I think, some
1:01:03
sort of way in which we can sort through information that passes
1:01:08
some basic truth, truthiness tests, and, and those that we
1:01:18
have to discard, because they just don't have any basis and
1:01:23
anything that's actually happening in the world. And
1:01:25
that's hard to do. But I think it's, it's going to be
1:01:30
necessary, it's going to be possible. I think, the answer is
1:01:33
obviously not censorship, but it's creating places where
1:01:40
people can say this is reliable. And I'm still able to argue
1:01:44
about safely about facts, and what we should do about it while
1:01:52
while still not just making stuff up.
1:01:56
So this is the origin of the Ministry of truthiness that
1:02:00
we've talked about for several years. So he's been on this,
1:02:03
this has been planned for a long time. And although it seems Elon
1:02:08
Musk's purchase of Twitter is goes contrary to this like it's
1:02:14
a real problem. And I still have my opinions about what Musk is
1:02:19
doing. But the Daily Mail did a pretty good piece about this
1:02:24
letter that was sent. To whom to whom it may concern a public
1:02:28
letter from accountable tech media matters for America and
1:02:32
ultra violet. But that was signed by 26 different
1:02:36
organizations, many of them non governmental organizations, and
1:02:40
we'll find out who they were in a moment. Just a quick piece
1:02:43
from this letter Elon Musk to whom it may concern. Elon Musk's
1:02:47
takeover of Twitter will fool it will further toxify our
1:02:50
information ecosystem and be a direct threat to public safety,
1:02:54
especially among those already most vulnerable and marginalized
1:02:58
black birthing people. Twitter has outsized influence in
1:03:02
shaping both public discourse and industry wide platform
1:03:05
governance standards. While the company is hardly a poster child
1:03:08
for healthy social media, it has taken welcome steps in recent
1:03:11
years to mitigate systemic risks ratcheting up pressure on the
1:03:14
likes of Facebook and YouTube to follow suit, Musk intends to
1:03:18
steamroll those safeguards and provide a megaphone to
1:03:21
extremists who traffic in disinformation, hate and
1:03:24
harassment. Under the guise of free speech, his vision will
1:03:28
silence and endanger marginalized communities and
1:03:31
tear at the fraying fabric of democracy. And so, the
1:03:35
undersigned organizations believe that Twitter should
1:03:37
continue to uphold the practices that serve as guideposts for
1:03:41
other big tech platforms. And now in bold letters we call on
1:03:44
you Twitter's top advertisers to commit to these standards as non
1:03:48
negotiable requirements for advertising on the platform. And
1:03:53
they go into this is what Media Matters does you know Sleeping
1:03:56
Giants all of these types of groups and they there's quite a
1:03:59
number of groups are in here access now. We're countable tech
1:04:02
Black Lives Matter global network foundation. Gee, I
1:04:05
didn't know that they were still a thing, but I guess they are.
1:04:08
Have you published your 990 yet? Center for countering digital
1:04:12
hate? Oh, that's a favorite of ours. Empowering Pacific
1:04:16
Islander community communities. That's epic. Face the Music
1:04:19
collective fair vote UK free press, friends of Earth gender
1:04:23
equity policy institute, GLAAD the global project against hate
1:04:28
and extremism. It just goes on and on in narrow pro choice
1:04:33
America. I mean, this stop online violence against all the
1:04:37
people who have kind of been around and in the media lately.
1:04:42
All of a sudden, they start showing up as signatories. And
1:04:47
this is in the Daily Mail did a good job. They dove into every
1:04:51
single one of these and starting with accountable tech DC based
1:04:56
group. It's a it's a lobbying group. 501 C four. And it's
1:05:03
let's see run by the nephew of David Axelrod. So that's an
1:05:08
Obama connection. Media Matters. David Brock. That's a Clinton
1:05:11
connection. So when when we're wondering who's really running
1:05:15
the show, it's these people. It's the ultra violet, is this
1:05:18
new one on the scene? That's a union, the American Federation
1:05:23
of Teachers are financing part of that.
1:05:26
I thought it was a stripper.
1:05:29
Straight from receipt up. So worth taking a look at that in
1:05:35
the show notes. But so are they really going against Elon? Are
1:05:42
they just, you know, Soros? NGOs are in this. I'm not so sure.
1:05:48
Because Musk is right now he's, he seems to be following my
1:05:52
theory that he's going to ruin Twitter. And his business model,
1:05:57
which I think I called. According to CNBC, Elon Musk
1:06:02
says businesses and governments just might have to pay to use
1:06:05
Twitter. This is what I said that will be that will be an
1:06:08
interesting way to change things. Hey, you've got 10
1:06:12
million people and you're the following you you want to talk,
1:06:14
you got to pay a little extra now you gotta you got to pay me.
1:06:18
You're using this fantastic medium, you should be paying for
1:06:20
it.
1:06:24
Yeah, I'm in a disagreement with that. I wrote a whole column on
1:06:27
this. And it was pretty much saying I think is an untapped
1:06:30
Goldmine at Twitter.
1:06:31
I know, we talked about that. We talked about your column. And
1:06:34
I'm just reiterating that I know your position. Yeah. Well, my
1:06:38
position is that the only way he's going to fix it is by
1:06:41
having everybody verified and authenticated. And that's what
1:06:45
will ruin the experience when you can't go on there and just
1:06:48
shitpost that'll ruin it. That is no fun. I think that's,
1:06:52
that's, that's the destruction. But yeah, maybe it'll still be
1:06:56
the communications channel. And we'll see.
1:06:59
Well, that those guys just signed off on that whatever it
1:07:02
was, they're just, it's suppositions is theories is
1:07:07
nonsense. They don't know what they're doing. We're offended,
1:07:11
they'd sign these people that sign these, these petitions like
1:07:15
that really should be tried should be kept in a database. My
1:07:20
database
1:07:21
database, another database to maintain? I'm not so sure we
1:07:24
need that. So now it's interesting. I'm not quite sure
1:07:29
what the what the mistress of truth, what you know, what
1:07:33
impact she's going to have, but move for sure. We need to
1:07:36
understand the operators who will be taking the best
1:07:39
practices, which I can imagine will go like this. Well, if you
1:07:42
say ivermectin is good, you're responsible for killing at least
1:07:47
50 people yourself. Here operators go and arrest these
1:07:50
people, rouse them or do something. That's what we need
1:07:55
to know. The Danna bash was not having not asking it.
1:08:00
Now, she was terrible. She She's no good. Now, let's take a let's
1:08:05
take a little break. Although she wanted to keep talking
1:08:09
politics, I do have three clips about progressives dropping the
1:08:13
ball, but I'm going to keep those I really like to keep
1:08:15
those if I can. I wanted to go to C span and do some call ins.
1:08:21
All right, C span we have Republican line, who are we? Who
1:08:24
are we talking to?
1:08:26
Well, let's start with this particular event was let's, I
1:08:30
want you to call in on one of the lines and tell me what you
1:08:33
think the red line is. Before we have to take more serious
1:08:38
action. When is the Syria in Syria in Ukraine? This is about
1:08:43
Ukraine. Yes, Ukraine College.
1:08:45
Okay. Do I have to get something or am I? There's no
1:08:49
guess who guess what's in here. But let's just start with the
1:08:51
red line opener,
1:08:52
my friend dependence. Bob. Good morning. Go ahead, sir.
1:08:57
Well, as far as I'm concerned, the red line was passed was
1:08:59
already gotten to, as soon as Russia invaded Ukraine. Don't
1:09:05
forget how many years ago we said this would never happen
1:09:07
again. I think the whole world is needs to get together and
1:09:11
stop this guy, guys to take these on. But another Hitler.
1:09:15
So you would be you're ready to you're ready to send us troops
1:09:20
now.
1:09:21
I think to get together and go now. They should have done that
1:09:25
as soon as they rated Ukraine. They shouldn't have been back
1:09:29
when Trump was president when they virtual our in the Crimea
1:09:32
and stuff.
1:09:33
But that was back in 2014. Take your point on red lines and
1:09:37
Windows cross that's where asking red lines.
1:09:42
This guy reminds me of when Christina is back now. But we
1:09:46
went to the vape shop and you know Jerry and his wife run the
1:09:49
vape shop. They're anti smokers. They're trying to help make the
1:09:52
world better, but it's kind of like a it's like a hangout for
1:09:56
people in their in their late 60s at So, you know, there's a
1:10:00
Hangout table and they're reading newspapers and they're
1:10:03
talking. And this is one guy. Well, I don't know, he may own
1:10:07
Fredericksburg for all I know, he's like, Yeah, well, you know
1:10:10
that Putin, you know, he's killing Nazis. So I'm okay with
1:10:15
that, you know, Nazis. They were not good in World War Two. So as
1:10:19
long as he's killing Nazis, I'm good with that. I'm just like,
1:10:22
Wow, it's so sad how the information gets filtered down
1:10:26
to people. You know, and that's and that, and that's the that's
1:10:31
the that's what
1:10:32
they see. Well, that's what you're hanging out in a smoke
1:10:34
shop. What do you expect this way?
1:10:35
I know, I'm just just pointing it out that the guy said he
1:10:38
could have been a C span caller.
1:10:40
Who was the C span callers. Most of them? Let me say a couple of
1:10:44
things to say. Don't do this that often. But when I do it, I
1:10:47
noticed a couple of common traits, though number one is
1:10:52
they're drunk.
1:10:55
Yeah, what else would you be doing? If you're if you're
1:10:57
dropping watch C span? That's what that's what you do. Come
1:11:00
on. We both done it.
1:11:02
You just sing. So let's play. Just I have I have a pair.
1:11:10
Unfortunately, I didn't. I didn't review this to figure out
1:11:13
which pair there are. But I can tell if I played the wrong one.
1:11:16
First. Let's start with call in red lines.
1:11:21
This is Chris in Reston, Virginia. Democrat. Good
1:11:24
morning.
1:11:25
Good morning. Good morning. The other one. I think everybody's
1:11:31
losing their mind talking about red line. And if we start a V
1:11:36
stop, bluffing, talking about chemical and biological weapons
1:11:41
and nuclear weapons, we're gonna retaliate. That's the end of the
1:11:46
world. It's over. I mean, this is not about the human rights or
1:11:51
democracy of sovereign nations sovereign nation. We went to
1:11:54
Panama, picked a president of a country and put him in jail. We
1:12:00
have supported Saudi Arabia against Yemenis and 14 million
1:12:05
people are starving in Yemen, and we don't care. But we have a
1:12:09
wall to wall coverage of the Ukraine. Why is that? Why when
1:12:15
Genest saw this diplomatically, let's negotiate. We encroached
1:12:21
on Russia. I am. I am a Biden supporter I donated for him. I'm
1:12:26
all for democratic policy, domestic policy. But foreign
1:12:29
policy. Biden always loved war, when he went to Iraq invaded
1:12:35
5000 miles away invade Iraq, and Iraqis never killed one
1:12:40
Americans. And now we're talking about Ukraine. Ukraine is the
1:12:44
sacrificial lamb for NATO. And we should stop this. This is
1:12:48
crazy. We never won. We couldn't even win in the in Afghanistan.
1:12:52
A primitive fighters were going to win against Russia on their
1:12:56
borders. Come on. We always start war in Cuba 1963 Because
1:13:01
of the Cuban missiles. Because if you want to put Russian
1:13:05
missiles in there, what are we doing? What are we talking
1:13:07
about? Red Line and getting an RA that's sold this
1:13:11
diplomatically? Okay. If we talk about flag as Bucha this stuff,
1:13:16
how about Mohammed bin Salman? Why are we still dealing with
1:13:18
him? He butchered an American journalist. What's going on
1:13:23
talking about gun line and chemical go to fight at Chris
1:13:27
Reston, Virginia.
1:13:29
He was on the Democrat line. Yeah. What's interesting is they
1:13:35
let him go with this rant that is not typical for C span.
1:13:38
Colin.
1:13:41
There's there's three or four different people that take these
1:13:43
colons and this one guy is the ball the young guy, and he is
1:13:47
pretty good. And he's pretty he's got a sense of good
1:13:50
television. And he lets certain people rant and then he likes to
1:13:55
do his punch lines at the end if he had I
1:13:57
could have been a no agenda producer right there. Probably
1:14:00
was.
1:14:03
Drunk drunk. I got two more this is Bradley the Democrat and this
1:14:08
is the kicker here that he has a follow up that I I've got these
1:14:12
in order to Bradley
1:14:13
Bradley Marietta, Georgia Democrat. Good morning.
1:14:17
My Yes, my red line was I would say that Russia has already
1:14:21
crossed it. I mean, they have shot down civilian airliners.
1:14:25
They have you know, conspired with political parties all over
1:14:30
Europe, but also in America as well. They poisoned people with
1:14:34
radioactive material. Vladimir Putin is a clear and present
1:14:39
danger and he has to be taken out. And then I look at it we're
1:14:44
in a situation where imagine making 39 We shouldn't wait into
1:14:48
check the potentials of IKEA and stop Hitler there and fought
1:14:52
that battle there. Just imagine what like you know, the world we
1:14:56
live in today. This is what we're going through right now.
1:14:59
Russia And basically, anyone who's worked with him, they are
1:15:04
equipped to crash. They're just their dogs, man, and they just
1:15:08
have to be taken out.
1:15:09
So Bradley, this AUMF that we're talking about that spurred this
1:15:13
discussion is allowing the president to use US forces to
1:15:18
restore the territorial integrity of Ukraine. You're
1:15:21
talking about something a lot further, you're talking about
1:15:25
regime change when it comes to Russia, expanding the the war
1:15:31
beyond Ukraine. That's what you want to do?
1:15:37
Absolutely, I do not want to do it. This is something that we're
1:15:40
being forced to do. And we like, they've already started the war,
1:15:44
the war has been going on for years. These people are out to
1:15:48
destroy us, China, their competitor, Russia, they are out
1:15:52
to destroy us. They hate us. They're different than everyone
1:15:56
else. And it's not just the Russian people, or, you know,
1:15:59
they're just basically brainwashed. I'm looking at
1:16:01
Latimer Putin, and his oligarchs, and people talking
1:16:05
about the expansion of NATO is what prompted this. Why are they
1:16:08
trying to join NATO? They're trying to join because they
1:16:11
don't want to be attacked by Russia. And it's just amazing
1:16:15
that a lot of these Republicans are spouting exactly the Kremlin
1:16:18
talking points. And just the Republican Party, they need to
1:16:23
honestly get their stuff together, or there are traders,
1:16:26
Bradley in Georgia, this is really, although I could have
1:16:30
done with a shorter version of that. But this shows you how
1:16:33
strong the programming is.
1:16:36
Oh, yeah. In fact, where he showed it was the last clip. And
1:16:40
he's an independent line actually points it out. I think
1:16:43
he does a good job.
1:16:44
This is Dwayne out of Westbrook, Maine independent. Good
1:16:47
morning. Good morning, Bradley. I'm sorry. That was the victim
1:16:53
of propaganda. Yeah, the whole idea that Putin is Hitler, and
1:16:58
that Russia, no, we precipitated the entire conflict by extending
1:17:02
NATO to Russell's border. They view that as a red line. They do
1:17:05
that as an existential threat. The only solution to this to
1:17:09
prevent nuclear holocaust that will destroy the entire human
1:17:12
race is not an escalation based upon Well, what is the Russians
1:17:17
going to do next that we have to we'll have to escalate. Now we
1:17:20
need to not be thinking about escalating, we need to de
1:17:23
escalate that should be our focus of concentration because
1:17:27
we've escalated already by funding. Neo Nazis on Russia's
1:17:32
border. Russians don't like Nazis. They killed 20 million
1:17:35
Russians,
1:17:35
Dwayne, how do we do? How do we de escalate for Congress right
1:17:39
now is
1:17:39
deployed by promoting diplomacy and a diplomatic solution that
1:17:43
will stop the killing as long as we keep on looking for reasons
1:17:46
to to escalate. We are flirting with nuclear annihilation is a
1:17:52
that's what people don't understand and and people who
1:17:54
are propagandists, Look, John, the Democrats have doubled down
1:17:59
on insane, and they've looked at what the Republicans have done,
1:18:02
and they become even more extreme than the Republicans in
1:18:05
terms of foreign policy. We need diplomacy, not more war, not
1:18:10
more killing, not more regime change in Russia. When do these
1:18:15
people this is suicidal? Did actually talk about that, too?
1:18:19
One more quick question for you. Is additional funding for you,
1:18:23
Ukraine escalation in your mind, another $33 billion is being
1:18:28
debated right now. That's what the President's requested for
1:18:31
Ukraine.
1:18:31
Yeah, so I know what the President has requested. Unless
1:18:34
we're promoting a diplomatic solution, promoting more war,
1:18:37
more killing, all we're gonna do is get Ukraine destroyed.
1:18:41
Ukraine cannot compete militarily, no matter how many
1:18:44
weapons we give them. With Russia, we're gonna just gonna
1:18:47
get them killed. It's a proxy war, because you have people in
1:18:50
control in our own government who would prefer conflict rather
1:18:54
than conflict with resolution, we need to promote conflict
1:18:58
resolution and a diplomatic solution.
1:19:01
I would say, having listened to clips that you've made of C span
1:19:07
throughout the years, I think these people are more informed
1:19:10
than ever either they're more programs than ever or more
1:19:13
informed than ever. This was an independent line. It was
1:19:15
interesting.
1:19:16
Yeah, yeah, he's the guy in the men in the middle. Yeah, I bet
1:19:20
can disagree with that. It also depends on where our debate
1:19:25
during the call ends. There's a lot of variables so you don't
1:19:28
know but that guy before this guy who's just the brainwash guy
1:19:33
was pretty pathetic. I would literally want to I want to
1:19:37
contrast all that with one more clip and then you can kick me
1:19:40
off. This is because this guy agrees this character this guy
1:19:46
kind of agrees with that last guy and he's interesting clip. I
1:19:49
don't know if you've heard it. It's a little longer than I like
1:19:52
it is especially boring and you're gonna call me up for
1:19:55
this, because it's Noam Chomsky. Yes. Have you heard this clip?
1:20:03
I don't know. Yeah. I've seen a recent interview with Chomsky
1:20:07
found it very difficult to understand him. He's gotten
1:20:10
really slow with his age.
1:20:12
Well, slow and deep and his voices deep, I made the mistake
1:20:16
of I was going to do it, I was going to tune it and speed it
1:20:20
up. But the clip has a punch line that's well worth waiting
1:20:25
for, because it knows
1:20:28
two people who Noam Chomsky is because
1:20:30
Chomsky is a very famous leftist philosopher, who's actually a,
1:20:38
what is he? By by training? He is a Marxist. No, no, no, he's
1:20:44
not a Marxist anything. He is a
1:20:47
consumer advocate.
1:20:49
He's a professor of somebody come on chat, Rob drove him tell
1:20:54
me what is professor of linguist linguistics? Yes, he's a
1:20:57
linguistics professor at MIT. And he's developing some
1:21:02
linguistics theories that are irrefutable. They're just
1:21:06
dynamite. He's extremely famous linguist. And but at the same
1:21:12
time, he likes to talk and as a linguistic theorist, you've had
1:21:15
him under played his clips before I don't like planning
1:21:18
your scopes, I don't like him. But as a linguist of the high
1:21:22
order, he has the ability to to do neuro linguistic programming,
1:21:28
and he's full of crap. This particular clip, he goes on
1:21:34
about what's wrong with this war? And if everything is right,
1:21:37
and what what he says, and then his summary and his conclusion.
1:21:41
He has got everybody abuzz.
1:21:45
Well, there's Fortunately, one statesman in the United States
1:21:52
and Europe who has laid out a person of high political figure
1:21:59
who has made a very sensible statement about how you can
1:22:03
solve the crisis, namely, by facilitating negotiations,
1:22:10
instead of undermining them. And moving towards establishing some
1:22:17
kind of accommodation in Europe may be a long way in which there
1:22:22
are no military alliances, which is mutual accommodation. He
1:22:28
didn't say it, but it's something like what George HW
1:22:34
Bush, the first Bush, not the second proposed in the early
1:22:39
90s. And his went after the collapse of the Soviet Union,
1:22:45
proposed what they called a Partnership for Peace, which
1:22:49
would be open for Europeans generally Eurasians as well. It
1:22:55
wouldn't eliminate NATO, but he would live up to the promise
1:22:58
that NATO would not expand to the east firm Brahmas to
1:23:02
Gorbachev, keep to that. Oil NATO there, but kind of de
1:23:07
emphasize it. So other countries could join, including Russia,
1:23:11
for that matter, join the Partnership for priests.
1:23:15
Tajikistan join, for example, not NATO, and move towards a
1:23:20
world a Europe Eurasia with no military alliances, at the goal
1:23:26
had similar vision. A motto Macron, in his initiatives
1:23:34
trying to contact Putin suggested something similar. So
1:23:39
going back to the one Western statesman, he didn't mention all
1:23:43
of this. But he suggested something similar move towards
1:23:48
negotiations and diplomacy. Instead of escalating the war,
1:23:52
try to see if you can bring about and accommodate
1:23:55
accommodation, which would be roughly along these lines. His
1:24:01
name is Donald G. Oh,
1:24:10
that's interesting. That's interesting. There was a dime
1:24:17
trying
1:24:17
to find out if this was a deep fake, and there's no evidence.
1:24:20
No,
1:24:21
no, no. You know.
1:24:26
So Noam Chomsky thinks that Donald J Trump is the solution
1:24:32
to this Ukraine, waste of money.
1:24:34
How cool is that? Up?
1:24:36
I was taken aback.
1:24:40
There was some I can't I heard a clip somewhere. And it was it
1:24:46
was very similar like, oh, maybe it was Tulsi Gabbard on a
1:24:50
second. Sikh Tulsi Gabbard, let me just check this for a second
1:24:57
is Joe Biden that radical that he's relying on Orwellian
1:25:00
tactics to hold on to control or like on everything else is he
1:25:05
just a frontman for someone else? Who is
1:25:09
or is Tulsi here?
1:25:10
I think it's no surprise to know that it's not just Obama, but
1:25:15
it's the whole Obama Clinton machine that has been in power
1:25:19
for a long time and continues to pull the string. I
1:25:21
can't find it somewhere there was someone said, you know, a
1:25:25
Republican, you know, had the right idea about Ukraine, and
1:25:29
his name was not mentioned. And I'm thinking this is a I'll see
1:25:32
if I can find that. This is the thing. Like now, there's people
1:25:38
realizing, well, Trump was actually he kind of knew how to
1:25:40
do that. And for Chomsky, Chomsky Chomsky to say that I, I
1:25:44
think that was I think that he that was true, that was not a
1:25:48
fake. I think that's what he said.
1:25:51
I'm pretty sure it's what he said now.
1:25:55
Hmm. So that's why we that's why we haven't seen much of this
1:25:57
interview. That's,
1:25:59
you'll never hear this ever, except on this show.
1:26:02
Here's what you'll hear instead. This is the Bloomberg podcast,
1:26:05
we have to take a different tactic from that stupid old
1:26:08
coot. There it is Noam Chomsky, old rich white guy.
1:26:12
Helena. What do you know about his house? Because there have
1:26:14
been so many reports around that over the last couple of days.
1:26:17
How on earth do we get a read on that?
1:26:19
And this is the always the big question with dictators, you
1:26:21
know, always speculating about their health and their illness.
1:26:24
We know that Mr. Putin certainly drink COVID became quite
1:26:27
isolated, very paranoid. He doesn't feel comfortable people
1:26:32
around him people have warranties.
1:26:34
I love this. This. We know she just says this woman from
1:26:38
Bloomberg. We know that he doesn't like people around him.
1:26:41
He gets paranoid. Do we know this? Is this factual reporting?
1:26:45
Since when? Bloomberg when? Yeah, I have shows up at the G
1:26:48
20s. Hanging out with everybody shaking, hands hanging off of
1:26:52
people. He's going into the went to the Olympics. I mean, this
1:26:56
doesn't make sense. He's paranoid.
1:26:58
We know that Mr. Putin certainly drink COVID became quite
1:27:01
isolated, very paranoid. He doesn't feel comfortable people
1:27:06
around him people have to look quarantined before they even
1:27:08
allowed to see him. So we know that he's very concerned about
1:27:12
herself just based on how we see him in public. And there have
1:27:15
been many reports that he has a crew of physicians that travel
1:27:19
with him everywhere. And there's even a joke in Russia that says,
1:27:23
Oh, we know Putin is coming to a meeting because the ambulances
1:27:26
arrived first. I mean, we don't know but certainly you know,
1:27:29
he's a man now approaching 70 Or you don't know right life
1:27:33
expectancy in Russia for men His age is much much lower. So it's
1:27:36
just hard to know what his health actually is. But the
1:27:39
speculation is certainly accelerated.
1:27:42
Davina. Thank you for your time and for Oh, for other that so
1:27:45
that's news now Oh, yeah. You know, we know he got really
1:27:48
paranoid or paranoid during COVID. But but that's that's not
1:27:52
here's the here's what really is freaking people out because
1:27:55
Europe, they have to continue to propagandize remember how afraid
1:28:00
people were of North Korea? And Kim Jong Hoon? When I went over
1:28:04
there? I don't know, five, six years before Trump got in. Oh,
1:28:07
man, Kim Jong Un, I see blow everything up. Oh, we're really
1:28:11
worried. We're so worried they were totally propagandized about
1:28:14
that. And now it's about nuclear war. This is EURO NEWS
1:28:18
describing what Putin is going to do. According to the Foreign
1:28:21
Minister of Russia,
1:28:22
oh, Russia could destroy the UK with a nuclear attack. You just
1:28:28
I would like to explain that the Russian state propaganda says
1:28:33
that it is Ukraine which is seeking to attack Russia. And
1:28:37
that's why the metric itself was speaking about some kind of
1:28:43
response. So he said that Russia could use its interconnected
1:28:46
continental ballistic missiles or mod which it has tested
1:28:50
recently on the new underwater robotic drone posted on and
1:28:56
there was a graphics showing actually this drone posted on
1:29:01
and kitted up with his face in the dark or was literally saying
1:29:05
quote, the explosion of the missile near Britain skills to
1:29:08
address a giant radioactive tsunami wave and it will turn
1:29:14
whatever it might be left to offer the British Isles into a
1:29:18
radio active desert and addressed directly to Boris
1:29:23
Johnson saying one launch Boris and there would be no Britain at
1:29:27
all. So that's what the state propaganda is Tallinn, the
1:29:31
Russians on primetime on Sunday.
1:29:34
Yeah, so so that's what we're being told here on primetime.
1:29:39
And I love the tsunami idea. That's kind of going back to
1:29:43
Fukushima. You know,
1:29:44
I liked the radioactive ways. There'd be no more Britain.
1:29:49
No Britain would be done. So we might as well since we're in the
1:29:55
financial field, talking to Bloomberg, we might as well just
1:29:58
get a quick statement from the CEO. Raytheon, one of the main
1:30:03
manufacturers of warships that we have here in the United
1:30:06
States, we are there
1:30:07
to defend democracy. And
1:30:11
I just say, you know, I like he says we're there to defend. I
1:30:15
guess they they train and they they do stuff on the spires.
1:30:19
This
1:30:19
is the same thing that that Austin Lloyd Austin said we
1:30:25
Yeah, they think they're there.
1:30:29
Yes, we're there.
1:30:30
Here we go. We are there to defend democracy. And the fact
1:30:34
is, eventually we will see some benefit in the business over
1:30:37
time. Everything that's being shipped into Ukraine today, of
1:30:40
course is coming out of stockpiles either at DOD or from
1:30:44
our NATO allies. And that's all great news.
1:30:50
That's all great
1:30:51
news. Stockpile this stuff. We don't even know if it works
1:30:54
anymore. It's 20 years old.
1:30:58
Oh, man. Yeah, it's it's it's funny, even though it's just
1:31:04
pathetic, just pathetic. And meanwhile, war is over. Don't
1:31:07
worry about it. It's off the front page. I think the Lensky
1:31:11
will probably know just like this is the repeat Chuck is
1:31:13
really the president of Georgia back in the day he went nuts
1:31:18
after people started to ignore him after lunch right and forgot
1:31:22
that he was eating his tie and flip it out on camera. And now
1:31:28
he's just like some some think tank somewhere. So I think as
1:31:34
the Lensky will will probably do we'll see him freak out we'll
1:31:37
see him coked out or something weird something it's he's not
1:31:40
gonna last because looks like a cool kid and display Oh, this is
1:31:45
well established. That he's that substance abuse is even videos
1:31:50
of him getting high in his in his presidential office, or at
1:31:54
least the lines are on the table. We don't see him actually
1:31:58
snorting anything, but there's a lot of that. And with that.
1:32:03
Careful. Don't wake the dog. I'd like to say in the morning to
1:32:07
you, the man who put the C to cease and drunk C span callers.
1:32:11
Ladies and gentlemen, please say hello to Mr. John C. Dvorak.
1:32:16
Well, in the morning to you, Mr. Adam curry, also in the morning
1:32:20
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1:32:25
Feed in there in all the days and nights out there.
1:32:29
The reason we are not doing the typical noise is because of our
1:32:33
new starting time the dog is asleep and the dog does not live
1:32:37
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1:32:37
So I will not be making the normal sound effect. I have
1:32:40
throwing this thing into the can of buckets. The dog I'm sorry,
1:32:44
the bucket of cans.
1:32:45
The dog is ruining the show. If I can just say it's kind of
1:32:49
ruining the show. All of our super elements are
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going there we go. I do like talking at this level though.
1:32:58
In the morning to the trolls. Hello, trolls. Thanks for
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let's have a hands up there troll. Let's see how we do. What
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We haven't had that low number for three or four years.
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And that's right. This is this is hurting the show. There you
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666 1000?
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No, no, no, we've been around 2324. That's that's been you can
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say what you think I know the numbers. You can say what you
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think but you're just wrong. The top the top number has been high
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1000 less, but in general, it's been 23 2400 for the last
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several weeks.
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So remember the top number? Yeah, 28 something?
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What was the top number? Do you have it on the post it note
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it do 3046
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We can still do that we can bring them all back. I gotta
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episode 1447. We titled that germ G dot e dot r dot M that
1:36:36
was the Bill Gates stormtroopers, the COVID storm
1:36:40
troopers and Mike Riley brought the artwork which we both
1:36:45
thought was just dynamite. And this is the didn't
1:36:49
disinformation governance logo disinformation governance board
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Yes,
1:36:53
done in a cartoony style making it more ludicrous.
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There was one violation though that we let slip neither of us
1:37:01
really said anything. Of course it was comic strip blogger who
1:37:04
called us out.
1:37:05
That's all he does.
1:37:07
And he said I thought it was illegal to use Coronavirus image
1:37:13
of art
1:37:15
Yes, it's what he said. So how back there is is very small
1:37:20
Coronavirus, but it's it's I saw it as a splat
1:37:28
so we've been choosing the art just based on our old white dude
1:37:33
eyesight. That's not very good. And I'm very professional.
1:37:37
I saw it as a splash you know as interpretive art.
1:37:41
We liked it there was let me see what else did we see?
1:37:45
There's other good stuff. There's a lot of good stuff.
1:37:48
Well, let's take a look we need to review there was a lot of
1:37:52
I like to do a gender variant brewing from capitalist agenda I
1:37:58
think that's pretty good mix bugs I thought the ministry of
1:38:05
talk from networks was really good with the with that woman
1:38:10
doing the heart and I'm wondering if that's actually her
1:38:12
doing it it probably is.
1:38:18
We believe no, that's not her. Please. That's it. Are you
1:38:22
kidding me? That head is so obviously photoshopped.
1:38:25
Okay, I'm just pleased without glasses.
1:38:28
Glasses on when you review art already. It's requirement. We'd
1:38:33
like some of the Yak stuff that was good.
1:38:36
Yes, that was funny. The Mayday stuff wasn't gonna fly just it
1:38:42
was we couldn't get anything it was that there was one I just
1:38:45
I'm looking at now By Musco made a march. No agendas her
1:38:48
cartoony. I love cash resist remote donate. I swear that
1:38:54
wasn't there when I looked at last time. Yeah, it
1:38:57
was. In fact, I used it as the pre stream art.
1:39:02
1447 Yeah. Last show. Yeah. Oh, well, I liked that piece.
1:39:09
And somehow we wound up with the with Mike Riley, but I think
1:39:13
Mike Riley's work was just so sublime.
1:39:19
Okay, well anyway, so there's no there was a lot of good there
1:39:21
were pieces that were good.
1:39:24
Night. I feel like you're acting like you didn't want the mike
1:39:29
Riley piece.
1:39:30
No, I'm the one who spotted the mike rally piece right off the
1:39:33
bat. So defense may have deterred me from seeing other
1:39:37
other art.
1:39:39
Oh, okay. Yes, because I also felt that hey, man, you're not
1:39:42
looking at everything. You're hypnotized by Mike Riley. You
1:39:46
should get a room together. Mike, thank you very much for
1:39:51
bringing us the artwork for episode 1447. All of the work
1:39:56
that the artists do is highly appreciated and it's fun. And to
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Generator, so you kind of get it a curated version of it while
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instead of live on the stream. So thank you very much. Mike
1:40:41
Riley, thank you to all the artists, no agenda art
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Associate Executive producers for Episode 1448, kicking it off
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with Sir autonomous of Dogpatch and lower Slavia back once
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1907
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as the year of a Flash Crash That was almost a mirror of the
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1987 crash.
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Let me read his note, he always sends in a note typewritten
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1:41:25
from Sir animus of Dogpatch and Laura Sloboda. Thank you to all
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the producers that make this program is so informative and
1:41:31
enjoyable. I hope everyone had a blessed Easter orthodox Easter
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Passover and eat Mubarak to everyone. What a wonderful month
1:41:39
filled with so many religious celebrations along with war
1:41:42
shortages, inflation, rising interest rates in general
1:41:45
mayhem, I hope the many prayers will be effective. This is to
1:41:48
commemorate the anniversary of angelic knights death, not a
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switch. He's dead. Just a reminder of his contribution to
1:41:55
humankind. Wow, that's so nice that he remembers that. It's
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very interesting. 1907. So you think you think he might be
1:42:05
signaling the flash crash? That's part of his code this
1:42:07
time around? Possibly.
1:42:08
I don't know if did he has those kinds of insights, but it's
1:42:12
possible. And that means if there's a crash, it's a flash
1:42:15
crash. The crash of 87 was a phenomenon that if anyone
1:42:21
experienced it knows that it was like so short lived, but so
1:42:26
harsh that it freaked everybody out it I mean, the market people
1:42:30
people that were working in the stock market were on the verge
1:42:33
of suicide. It was like they thought it was 29 all over
1:42:37
again. This
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was at 87 Back 8787 87
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is a fascinating story. That was
1:42:44
Black Monday. Black Monday. Was that it?
1:42:47
I don't know. I don't remember that detail. But I will say this
1:42:50
I've talked to people that were in the business. I'm gonna say
1:42:52
they were all lined up at the bank get the money. Yeah, I'm
1:42:55
sure I'm sure freaked. And then it just came came right back
1:43:00
when it
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came, it just just returned to never just like was a hiccup.
1:43:06
Interesting. Could be an 80 year thing.
1:43:09
Thank you very much. Serrana must have Dogpatch in lower
1:43:12
suburbia very nice of you to commemorate and remember the
1:43:16
angelic night. Thank you for your support of the show for a
1:43:19
long, long time. I'll take this next one because I have a couple
1:43:22
issues with the request. That was very nice. I know that this
1:43:25
is Shawn lavalier a dam who donated an instant knighthood.
1:43:32
She's from Long Beach, California. $1,000 To do a
1:43:35
switcheroo for husband, Dominique. A dumb a dumb a dumb.
1:43:41
And what she did is she requested a bunch of jingles
1:43:46
which is okay, more than typical. Although we're not
1:43:49
going to play fuck Joe Biden, that's just not cool. It's just
1:43:52
that's not really a jingle. It's just a chant. But then asked to
1:43:57
like have all these jingles and things played during the read.
1:44:01
And I just realized that as we're as we're getting into the
1:44:04
segment like we can't do that. It's really complicated and you
1:44:09
give us a script it's you're just asking for failure. So
1:44:13
instead, I shall vocalize the way you wanted the jingles and
1:44:17
I'll play your actual jingles which is a long sequence as well
1:44:20
and it's very kind of you to do this because it is his birthday.
1:44:23
He slapped me in the face a couple of years ago. That's
1:44:27
where she wanted to douchebag I don't know if he is a douchebag
1:44:30
please de douche him and night him as Sir DOM nasty of Long
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Beach California district. Youth ban de doop and as he sits at
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the roundtable he shall be eating a Joe Joseph Marley
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special and pickled eggs with pretzels drinking a schooner of
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ice cold bush. Beautiful Young was requested. I hope he has a
1:44:51
blast for his 52nd Cinco Demayo birthday as Adam would say, and
1:44:56
then the whole Obama la cucaracha this would have been a
1:45:00
whole donation segment by itself.
1:45:02
Well, I want to also mention something here. And I don't want
1:45:05
to dissuade people from sending us instant instant night instant
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game donations, and we go out of our way for these big donors.
1:45:10
Yes. But this sets a terrible precedent. And yes, can you
1:45:17
imagine what would happen to this show if everybody started
1:45:20
doing this? We would never get this is the reason by the way,
1:45:23
I'm going to mention this. This is the reason we stopped reading
1:45:26
notes under $200. We used to read all the notes, but then
1:45:31
people under $200 started abusing the privilege Why should
1:45:34
I send them two or 300 bucks for a long note? I'll send him $50
1:45:39
And here's the 10 page note you should have to read it. That's
1:45:42
what happens when you do stuff like this. Please think about it
1:45:47
next time please. And I not like I said I love these big
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donations. But think about these kinds of requests and what they
1:45:54
mean to people who have to listen to this okay?
1:45:58
It's just it's just programming time but and a lot of longer
1:46:03
notes have great content this is just you know, a guy setup I
1:46:08
also don't want to sound mean about it because it's really
1:46:10
nice but we do we do have to kind of make it clear. So of
1:46:15
course she says I love my SIR DOM nasty for being my wonderful
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husband best friend amazing father to our two sons and to
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Daggs love you mean it may I get some jobs karma for my business?
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and funeral service serving all of Southern California Holy
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crap. design it yourself family driven midwifery and funeral
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services. That's an interesting combo ending with the following
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sound sound bites please I've got information Hey citizen
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Don't be a denier F Joe Biden putting on the roots roots and a
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cruise missile I truly hope this airs on Thursday for his
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birthday it is thank you both for what you do and the
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opportunity to surprise my SIR DOM nasty well surprised he will
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you very much for supporting the no agenda show I've got
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fives and ITM Oh, happy Cinco Demayo and birthday to Theo.
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it makes it easy for you to remember. Yes, I know. I know.
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remember. I also need a meet up in Connecticut ASAP. Just got
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make sure to go to a meet up. No agenda mediums.com Just karma
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well there's so happy Cinco Demayo and birthday to Theo so
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I've put Theo on the birthday list so we make sure we got that
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one. And karma you got a karma for as requested you've got
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karma Joel Nelson is next from Richfield, Minnesota and 380 and
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Sir Chris Wilson end of show mix. Okay, I got that one. This
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is a switcheroo Hello, Sir Chris Wilson gets executive producer
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so this is a circus Wilson switcheroo I'm not sure what
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he's referencing about his latest end of show as per na
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socialist he published put something up because I haven't
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United seen anything okay well here we go
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karma Paul Zimmerman's up and Dixie is in Dixie Washington 380
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John and Adam. My donation amount reflects my 53rd birthday
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you put that out because I'll read the next note, an email
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seconds. Donation time. Karma, please. You got it. Thank you.
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So I have nothing. Yes, I have. I don't know why but thank you,
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Mark. It's appreciated. I'll go right on to buddy Arsinoe in
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you'll see at the podium we got quite a list today. You've got
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I vote that Adam should be happy.
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Yes, I vote for this too.
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I'm in Bangkok and listen the next day so she doesn't care.
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Right. John? I gave in and sent USD just for you. Please give me
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die. Sir Jim Watts Baron of Whistler and metropolitan Gera
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baldy in Whistler, BC I've been there. I've snowboarded poorly.
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333 33. This is my annual fifth of May birthday protest
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donation. I'm not sure if I'm protesting 60 years around the
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Sun or the tequila company's hijacking of the day. Well, good
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point to celebrate. We are in Mexico City and have dining
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reservations at a well recommended restaurant on Avenue
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five DeMaio Cinco Demayo in the central historical tonight we
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will learn firsthand if this date is celebrated in Mexico
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City jobs karma police for Reed who is taking some time away
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you go we need some Jim Watts Baron of Whistler metropolitan
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Jerubbaal jobs,
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and karma gentlemen I'm completing my knighthood with
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this executive producer donation also it's my birthday on Cinco
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de Mayo. Please add me to the list you're on both lists night
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me sir Matthew. And I'd like Italian beef sandwiches a C
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Chicago some Italian beef sandwich the best and ice cold
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beer at the roundtable. Five senses on there for this and go
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to mile thank you for your courage.
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All right, and let me just see it was
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China's so my karma. Got it.
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next on our list we have Zachary stockstill in Odessa, Texas.
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no note, and I'll grab John Delk from Wheaton, Illinois. 3333.
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These are great numbers. Guys. You put out two shows a week. I
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don't give a shit what day or what time in the morning just
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with you.
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Thank you. Wait bird flies at night.
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Appreciate it. John. Thank you,
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Sir Chris Sundberg and Mercer Island, Washington just first
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exhausted executive producer to 78 to 7098 and he sent a notice
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is this his note? Yes, it is. From Nancy and Chris letterhead.
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This 270 98 installment of amber herds 3.5 million donation
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pledge on my behalf brings me to Baron status.
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Wait a minute What is the Amber Heard donation pledge? I'm not
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I'm unfamiliar with this reference.
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She was blind. Here's what well if you've been following the
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case, which no, I have it is the best entertainment on
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television. So she I guess she got a bunch of money and for
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some reason when they got divorced or something and she
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pledged all his money to all these different things.
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Important 5 million she
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didn't pay any of it. She didn't pay any of it. Oh no, I'd heard
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she she she paid 300,000 Of the three and a half million or
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oh you're not following it? That's interesting. Okay, yes,
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that's exactly right. Please upgrade my title to Sir Chris
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Baron Knight of the voert now used to be vortex State Route
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ring state right
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the vortex ring states Yes.
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He's got vo texts on here you laugh Oh Tex. No, he wants
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vortex obviously.
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We much he says vortex ring is settling with power it is not a
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good thing if that happens to you while you're flying a
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helicopter. And, and just on Amber Heard. So no, I've avoided
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that because I actually have other things to do with my life
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like, you know, getting interesting clips of stuff that
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makes a difference in our life. However, I'm
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looking for clips. However,
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I had to get a two box fans. Because now we have another an S
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nine minor. So now. Now the this room where I have this setup is
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getting kind of hot to blow some air out. So I go to Walmart,
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which is out on 290. And in the car. I hear Fox News. They're
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talking to Sheila Jackson Lee, which by itself is like okay,
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but she's irritating, but at least she was talking about
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something relevant to what's going on in the world and the
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Fox News hosts are going Yeah, okay. Just briefly. Yeah, okay,
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we gotta go. Thanks, Sheila Jackson, I was surprised.
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Because we have to go now live to Amber her testimony. Like
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Wow, great television programming choice. But for news
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channel. What a dumb thing. And what happened is I sat in the
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Walmart parking lot for 15 minutes, listening to her, I
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have to say, riveting testimony. What is it about celebrity and
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fame? That just draws even me in? Just to hear about how she
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took off his boots. I can't help what is that? What is wrong with
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the human psyche that me even me who lives some of this stupid
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celebrity life? That it's just it's interesting to listen to?
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What is that?
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I wish I knew. I wish I could bottle it. Yeah,
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there's our exit strategy. Heard in a bottle. Anyway, Bob Rath
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Mel in Santa Isabel to California 255 22 says I support
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anytime for the show that works for you and Adam no jingles no
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karma. Thank you. That's exactly the kind of note that we
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appreciate. Yes, then named Jen.
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Yes, go Jennifer. Our game in Charleston 23456. Who does the
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animated no agenda when she does it. Hey, guys. Hey, guys. Hey,
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guys. Hey guys. Today's AEP donation has three purposes.
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Apologies for the note length, but it's all important. Item
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one, if any producers are coming to the May 16 meetup in
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Charleston, South Carolina featuring special guests, the
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pod father and the keeper And if not yes yet RSVP on the meetup
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site please do so. As soon as you're able to I can give some
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venue a good count next week and they can plan for staffing I
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stopped with the robot voice This is Dame Jennifer man
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I am too if any producers are coming to the May 16 I'm sorry
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item two this donation brings me to hvidt contests. Little girl
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yay. somewhat confusing accounting attached since it
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involves gifts I made and Switcheroos but I'm sure it's
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all in order. I'm a bookkeeping nerd. No. Boys note and I didn't
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stray I would like to wish a happiest of birthdays on
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Saturday May 7 Two sir Greg night of the surprise headlocks
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what idea that means you sent you I know these guys and they
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were in high school that has surprised him. Next thing you
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know you're in a headlock.
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Thanks, bro.
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Maybe he's rubbing your head and you get a wish you both is
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always for your show. It's not hyperbole for me to say that has
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changed my life. Since I started listening in late 2010. I'm a
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reformed formed Obama but upon reals Obama, but that's we
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consider that the highest of our calling.
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Yes. If we performed Donald Ballmer bought reformation
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service.
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I can't wait to see Adam and Tina and all the traveling
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Purigen producers on 11 day 11 days, please send general karma
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to all who accept it into their lives, which is an interesting
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way of putting it. Yes. As XOXO Dame Jennifer
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Yeah, we're very excited Dame Jennifer's really put together a
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whole program. We have the meet up there's a lunch and then it's
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also going to be her birthday. So I think we're having a
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smallish dinner to celebrate her birthday gifts. Yes, that that
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has been thought about. What's interesting is one of the people
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she's invited to the lunch is Tom Blomqvist, and she knows Tom
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Blomqvist. I have not seen Tom Blomqvist in for almost 40 years
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for 35, something like that. He was the writer. He wrote the
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script for my one and only swampthing episode.
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Rock'n'roll is here to stay.
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Yeah, that's not the line. Hard as blistering rock and roll,
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dig. Okay. Yes, Dame Jennifer. Of course, we got some karma and
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looking forward to seeing you. You've got karma. Caitlin
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Williams is in Goldsboro, North Carolina from south to north.
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How about that 233 Associate Executive Producer ship in the
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morning. It's been a while since I've donated other than my
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monthly recurring payments. So I'm glad to be back. We're happy
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you are. I knew I needed to donate after hearing the
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donation from soil and SAS last week. It's fun meeting other
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small business owners with similar interests, especially
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when they're all from North Carolina. I'm still working full
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1004 48. Our formula is this we go out with people in the mouth
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a quick little thing on we're just continuing on Russia and
2:12:45
some of the fallout from that which kind of flows into climate
2:12:50
change. But there were some interesting stories as we still
2:12:55
have relatively high oil prices Europe is is in real Dire
2:13:01
Straits with their gas supply. I did learn something very
2:13:06
interesting. EU countries you know they're not supposed
2:13:09
there's supposedly boycotting all Russian energy products. And
2:13:15
the main one I would say right now, which is a real problem in
2:13:19
the US but even more so in the EU is oil, diesel, oil, diesel
2:13:24
for trucks and for transportation quick clip on
2:13:27
that
2:13:27
this morning diesel fuel prices hitting an all time high now
2:13:31
$5.30 per gallon, more than $2 from last year
2:13:35
just to fill up this truck. I'd say about a year ago it was less
2:13:39
than I don't know about $80 to fill it up and now it's over 200
2:13:43
The record
2:13:43
prices could fuel hyperinflation, putting more
2:13:46
strain on American wallets. That's because diesel is
2:13:49
essential to the supply chain. Nearly all heavy duty trucks and
2:13:53
nearly all trains use diesel so do most cargo ships and with
2:13:57
shipping companies now facing the extra cost consumers can
2:14:00
expect to face higher prices on nearly everything even energy
2:14:04
costs could be affected coal is transported to power plants and
2:14:07
diesel power trains. Diesel engines also power most
2:14:10
agricultural equipment, which meat prices on those consumer
2:14:13
goods may rise gradually. But for truckers the pain is
2:14:17
immediate.
2:14:17
This low for simple. Made the loafers $2,300 Now I'm doing
2:14:24
before 1900
2:14:25
In some parts of the country diesel prices now top $6 per
2:14:29
gallon. And considering many big rigs only get about six miles to
2:14:32
the gallon. Some drivers are now paying more than $1 per mile on
2:14:36
the highway.
2:14:38
So that's all kind of inflation that was already in the system
2:14:41
but all right let's blame it on Putin price hike in the EU Many
2:14:45
countries have said we're not taking any any oil from no gas
2:14:50
and no oil. Of course they are but here's how they're doing the
2:14:53
oil part because we know that tankers are leaving the Russian
2:14:59
ports And now there's track there's tracking system
2:15:03
financial systems, you can see who is purchasing the oil. And
2:15:08
there's this new unknown buyer, which is unknown. It's like the
2:15:12
number one buyer of Russian oil now is an unknown according to
2:15:15
all the, all the financial statistics. And the reason why
2:15:19
is these tankers leave the Russian ports, and then they
2:15:23
hook up in the middle of the ocean with the EU tankers, and
2:15:27
they do the transfer there. So they can then bring the oil back
2:15:31
to the EU without it looking like it's from Russia. This is
2:15:36
very, very sketch what these people are doing. Either you're
2:15:40
boycotting or you're full of shit. And I think full of shit
2:15:44
is
2:15:44
probably what they are. If they're gonna get kicked out of
2:15:46
office, if they let their their people freeze to death, they got
2:15:51
to do something.
2:15:52
Well, no, in fact, if you look at what my buddy what's his face
2:15:58
from Steam hormones is saying he's the the climate czar in the
2:16:03
European Union. Is he saying literally, listen, people if you
2:16:09
really want to help fight Russia, take shorter showers. I
2:16:15
mean, look, this is here it is. EU Commission, take less showers
2:16:21
and do not wash clothes in support of Ukraine. And you know
2:16:26
what?
2:16:27
A lot of you don't want to support Ukraine. A
2:16:29
lot of European people will do this. Oh, yeah. How can you not
2:16:32
the programming, the blue, the yellow, it's rampant everywhere.
2:16:36
The all of our problems is Putin Putin Putin support the blue and
2:16:39
yellow, being programmed. And now Russia. Russian ministry.
2:16:48
Let me see this is from ag Webb. So there is some credibility to
2:16:51
it Russian ministry, which would be the Ministry of Industry, the
2:16:57
Industry, Trade and Industry ministry has recommended the
2:17:00
country's fertilizer producers temporarily halt exports to make
2:17:04
the great reset happen even faster, apparently. And this was
2:17:08
not lost on Susan Powers, who used to be our ambassador to the
2:17:14
United Nations, part of the Obama Cabal, part of the whole
2:17:18
part probably part of the people who were making decisions for
2:17:21
Joe Biden to go out there and fumble through and she shows up
2:17:25
talking about the fertilizer problem and is really cavalier
2:17:29
about it. And fertilizer
2:17:31
shortages are real now because Russia is a big exporter of
2:17:34
fertilizer. And even though fertilizer is not sanctioned,
2:17:37
less fertilizer is coming out of Russia. As a result,
2:17:41
hold on a second. Fertilizer is not sanctioned.
2:17:46
First of all, who she spoke speaking for she she and the
2:17:51
government. Now, yes,
2:17:53
she's in the government. She's in the shadow government with
2:17:56
Obama and the Clintons and now she and the government. No,
2:17:59
she's not in the government. Neither is Obama. Anyone talking
2:18:01
to her? I just curious because she's part of the people running
2:18:05
the show. They are surfacing now. They're D cloaking. Yes. So
2:18:11
it seems as you'll
2:18:13
listen to what she says,
2:18:15
less fertilizer is coming out of Russia. As a result, we're
2:18:19
working with countries to think about natural solutions like
2:18:21
manure and compost. And this may hasten transitions that would
2:18:25
have been in the interest of farmers to make eventually
2:18:27
anyway, so.
2:18:29
So well, you have to make these decisions anyway. You stupid
2:18:33
farmers. Yeah, you can use manure. No, you can't. That does
2:18:36
not give you the yield of these of the modern fertilizers. But
2:18:41
okay.
2:18:42
And this may hasten transitions that would have been in the
2:18:45
interest of farmers to make eventually anyway, so never let
2:18:48
a crisis go to waste. But we really need this financial
2:18:50
support from the Congress to be able to meet emergency food
2:18:54
needs so we don't see the cascading deadly effects of
2:18:58
Russia's war extend into Africa and beyond.
2:19:01
So now she supposedly What is she doing this? Let's find out
2:19:05
what is
2:19:06
what? What Africa? Yeah. What is she talking
2:19:09
about? Africa is already in food crisis, because there's no
2:19:13
fertilizer.
2:19:14
I thought she said that Russia was going to invade or somebody
2:19:17
that oh, it's understand what she said.
2:19:18
Yes, you misunderstood. What she's saying is we will all
2:19:23
collectively shit on our farms so that we can grow stuff that
2:19:28
because they're talking about human human waste to but this
2:19:31
will not see it. This will not help Africa because they are
2:19:34
really running out of the fertilizer. Here's the last
2:19:36
couple of seconds to be able to
2:19:37
meet emergency food needs. So we don't see the cascading deadly
2:19:42
effects of Russia's war extend into Africa and beyond
2:19:46
the deadly effects. What is she doing now, though? Why is she
2:19:51
asking for this money for the Farmers of America? And where
2:19:55
does the money go? She's
2:19:56
lining up for that open vacancy. That person It seems to be
2:20:00
losing.
2:20:01
So there you go. Good one. Yes. You think she would take that
2:20:06
gig?
2:20:08
The Hell yeah. Well, you know, MSNBC is having this huge shake
2:20:13
up.
2:20:15
Oh really? I knew about as CNN. MSS, MSNBC Rachel still there.
2:20:21
She's not. She's gone.
2:20:23
She's gone. She was there during the SCOTUS drop he's going to be
2:20:27
out. Very shortly she has been given a contract to continue
2:20:32
doing specials. Your show is going to be kicked to the curb.
2:20:35
This new woman Rashida Jones is taken over programming, a young
2:20:40
black woman who doesn't like Rachel, I'm sure. She
2:20:46
wish she wouldn't. Rashida Jones, daughter of Quincy Jones.
2:20:49
No, it's got to be different. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no,
2:20:53
no,
2:20:53
I never suggested she was. The point is, is that she's a
2:20:58
friend. She's one of the new underlings of this new guy sees
2:21:02
our something some guy with a Hispanic name, they're going to
2:21:05
make it more. They're going to make it more diverse and they
2:21:08
gotta get rid of some people, including Rachel. So they gave
2:21:10
Rachel a huge raise to a reported $30 million a year to
2:21:14
get her off her show. I believe that. So she's gonna get 30
2:21:18
million a year and do specials for MSNBC and NBC. And as we
2:21:22
know, she's really not not she's not a stand up type. She is a
2:21:26
woman who sits behind a desk and he acts and Yak. She can't do a
2:21:29
special but okay, to get that Dutchess kind of like seems like
2:21:32
a golden parachute. Meanwhile, Brian Williams quit d&d last
2:21:36
year. And he's done. I have his going away speech. The first
2:21:41
part of it is interesting, because I think this was the I
2:21:44
think this was the he was also ousted. I think this was I think
2:21:49
this is the feeling of the network. What he says in his
2:21:52
first part of that, which I do have, Brian Williams one. Well,
2:21:56
look
2:21:56
at the time, I'll try to keep this brief after 28 years of
2:22:00
peacock logos on much of what I own. It is my choice now to jump
2:22:06
without a net into the great unknown as I do for the first
2:22:09
time in my 62 years. My biggest worry is for my country. The
2:22:14
truth is I'm not a liberal or a conservative. I'm an
2:22:16
institutionalist. I believe in this place, and in my love of
2:22:20
country, I yield to no one. But the darkness on the edge of town
2:22:25
has spread to the main roads and highways and neighborhoods. It's
2:22:28
now at the local bar, and the bowling alley at the school
2:22:32
board and the grocery store. And it must be acknowledged and
2:22:35
answered for grown men and women who swore an oath to our
2:22:39
constitution they elected by their constituents, possessing
2:22:43
the kinds of college degrees I could only dream of have decided
2:22:48
to join the mob and become something they are not while
2:22:51
hoping we somehow forget who they were. They've decided to
2:22:55
burn it all down with us inside that should scare you to no end
2:23:00
as much as it scares an aging volunteer fireman
2:23:07
Rashida Jones it's a different Rashida Jones. She does not have
2:23:12
a very impressive resume. She started as a morning show
2:23:17
producer at W tkr. in Norfolk, Virginia, moved to the weather
2:23:21
channel as a weekend producer, later joined WIS TV in South
2:23:26
Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, then moved to New
2:23:29
York, and was then executive producer for a few daytime shows
2:23:36
at MSNBC. Okay, so she's coming from within the ranks. That's
2:23:42
pretty much her history. i This may be more important though.
2:23:48
Her partner of six years, Edward Fisher, is the community and
2:23:52
government relations executive at American University. Maybe
2:23:57
this connections is DC. She's a DC person, I guess. All right.
2:24:03
Well, most of the people that have been interviewed about the
2:24:05
situation over at MSNBC think she's a lightweight, that's what
2:24:09
seems to her resume. Yes. That can't pull off get it and
2:24:14
doesn't understand she wants to go more news, because he was
2:24:17
CNN. And she and I think just because of the word of what's
2:24:22
going on a CNN is also like a big shake up. She wants to
2:24:26
compete with CNN more. And they say that she can't feel
2:24:29
primetime slots, because she doesn't know anything about
2:24:31
primetime never worked in it hasn't got a clue and never get
2:24:34
anyone to draw primetime audience. And that's where that
2:24:38
stands at. at MSNBC.
2:24:42
Do we want the second part of Brian Williams goodbye? No.
2:24:46
Okay. In that case, I'm going to flip back to food for a second.
2:24:50
You'll appreciate this. As we're talking about fertilizer, two
2:24:56
stories this week, which is really interesting to stories
2:24:59
about out children who are on vegan diets from two different
2:25:05
news outlets. And yes, yeah, now also two different studies,
2:25:11
which is even more interesting. So we have ABC start off kids
2:25:17
with vegan diets, and they have some studious information,
2:25:20
you guys, we're going to turn now to a new study on children
2:25:23
and a vegetarian diet, looking at whether such a diet could
2:25:26
have an adverse effect impact on a child health. Our CHIEF
2:25:30
MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here now with
2:25:33
the results. Good morning to you. Doc in tells about this
2:25:37
study.
2:25:37
You know, I found this interesting because there are a
2:25:40
small but growing number of kids in this country who follow a
2:25:44
vegan or vegetarian diet. So researchers in Toronto surveyed
2:25:47
the parents then did some tests on the kids, and found that
2:25:51
there was no significant difference in terms of blood
2:25:54
tests in terms of bone density, in terms of growth for children
2:25:58
who followed a vegetarian or vegan diet. So good news. From
2:26:03
that standpoint, it did not appear to be harmful.
2:26:06
But they did find it. This study did find that children on a
2:26:09
plant based diet they had similar growth and nutrition
2:26:12
compared to those who ate meat.
2:26:13
That's right. But they did find that children who were vegan
2:26:16
vegetarian more likely to be slightly underweight, you've
2:26:19
heard me say it before, as a nutritionist and a doctor being
2:26:22
significantly underweight can be as bad as being significantly
2:26:27
overweight. But as long as it doesn't impact a child's growth
2:26:30
curve, that's really what you care about. So, you know, it's
2:26:34
something that was significant with this finding, but not found
2:26:37
to be or thought to be dangerous.
2:26:39
So this sets up these kids for bugs perfectly. You know, I
2:26:44
think animal protein is important for Child Development.
2:26:49
I'm no doctor, but they certainly omitted one area of
2:26:53
study about vegan diet to children.
2:26:57
12 is critical for a child's development and restrictive
2:27:00
diets may be hindering B 12 levels. The 12 deficiency is
2:27:04
common in developing nations, but researchers from the
2:27:06
University of Copenhagen say they're also cropping up in
2:27:10
young children raised on vegan diets, they're showing signs of
2:27:13
poor motor development. If B 12 levels are too low, it can
2:27:17
damage a child's nervous system alter brain development and lead
2:27:21
to anemia. For years, health experts have focused on vitamin
2:27:24
A zinc and iron deficiencies. Now they say the focus is
2:27:28
unchanged is changing to be 12 in an effort to avoid
2:27:32
malnutrition and resulting permanent health challenges.
2:27:36
So which one is true? I don't know which one to believe, and B
2:27:42
12. That's something for old dudes like us.
2:27:44
Well, that will be 12 does have a effect on the brain positive
2:27:48
effect. So it might have a positive even more positive
2:27:52
effect when you're younger. And you need that B 12 to get the
2:27:54
brain to develop correctly. We're the B 12. Podcast
2:28:01
Are we now? Yes, well, this
2:28:04
sounds good.
2:28:05
Anyway, you're right. You're right.
2:28:08
Ah, Gabby, good.
2:28:10
Hey, Queen, who I personally believe is probably no longer
2:28:16
with us. She got problem more problems than just life
2:28:20
some new trouble for Queen Elizabeth the new poll finds the
2:28:23
popularity of the monarchy is on decline, especially among young
2:28:27
people. 40% of British people ages 18 to 24. Now want to
2:28:31
abolish the monarchy? The queen is celebrating 70 years on the
2:28:36
throne this year.
2:28:37
Ooh, boy. Well, this wanting to abolish the monarchy, something
2:28:42
that comes in and all
2:28:45
all the time. Yeah, never really pans out. Well, there was one
2:28:51
big one big piece of news. I just want to jam in here because
2:28:55
I have one clip that explains it all. And this is the Pfizer
2:29:00
documents and there was a subsequent analysis. And these
2:29:06
are the documents that they wanted that they wanted to have
2:29:09
hidden away for 75 years because oh my goodness, we just secrets,
2:29:15
trade secrets, whatever. Turns out, none of that is true. They
2:29:18
were hiding some horrible facts particularly about pregnant
2:29:24
women and the mRNA vaccines. And this has now finally been broken
2:29:32
down and detailed. In the clip I have explains everything you
2:29:37
need to know and I believe this to be a true representation. It
2:29:40
comes from our friend Naomi Wolf, who is now out and about
2:29:44
everywhere talking about how horrible this is. And she said
2:29:48
we'll explain in this two minute clip exactly what the political
2:29:53
hullabaloo is all about. And you can imagine this might have some
2:29:56
far reaching consequences.
2:29:58
What I'm about to share What is probably the most disturbing and
2:30:02
the most important? Basically, this report written by a female
2:30:07
physician, analyzing the documents shows that pregnant
2:30:13
women were excluded from the trials. Before they concluded it
2:30:16
was safe and effective. They concluded it was safe and
2:30:18
effective based on mice and the autopsies of mice fetuses. And
2:30:24
that horrifically, the Department of Defense data shows
2:30:28
that female soldiers pregnancies are experiencing an absolutely
2:30:33
catastrophic rate of abnormalities and fetal
2:30:36
problems. So it's so important. I'm just gonna read it. It's
2:30:39
super fast. She says To date, there have not been any human
2:30:44
clinical trials. This is really real what you're hearing
2:30:48
conducted by COVID-19 vaccine pharmaceutical company to
2:30:52
determine if vaccines are safe during pregnancy or while
2:30:56
breastfeeding. All emergency use authorizations exclude pregnant
2:31:01
women and no COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for use during
2:31:05
pregnancy. Astonishingly, however, she says many
2:31:08
professional organizations have strongly advocated despite that
2:31:12
pregnant women get this vaccine despite any lack of safety data.
2:31:16
And what she points out is thanks to the court ordered
2:31:18
release of the confidential Pfizer documents which the FDA
2:31:22
wanted sealed for 75 years, we have learned that pregnant women
2:31:27
and breastfeeding mothers were excluded from phase one, two and
2:31:33
three of the human trials. One recently released Pfizer
2:31:37
document list 21 groups of people who are excluded from all
2:31:41
phases of the Pfizer trials and specifically singled out quote,
2:31:46
women who are pregnant and breastfeeding as not able to
2:31:51
participate in any of the trials and she gives the citation.
2:31:55
Despite this, the American College of Obstetrics and
2:31:58
Gynecology the Society for maternal fetal medicine, all of
2:32:01
these obstetrics and gynecological organizations were
2:32:05
strong advocates for vaccinating pregnant and lactating women.
2:32:09
And even though none were approved, how she asks could
2:32:13
they possibly be promoting an experimental, untested vaccine
2:32:16
for pregnant women? As as it turns out, their clinical
2:32:20
recommendations are based on a faulty study conducted on a few
2:32:24
dozen rats in France.
2:32:27
French rats now this is nothing new to the no agenda show.
2:32:33
Because enough people excoriated me for you. You didn't read the
2:32:37
study, right? He just did not but it wasn't that many bad me
2:32:43
miscarried miscarriages you did wrong you stupid
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that's not the voice. No,
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I know. But that's what that was the feeling. Yeah, so they
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didn't test it on. No human trials. strong advocacy. That's
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not a scam that is murder.
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Well, it's murder. Yeah, they're not gonna get away scot free.
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Well, they're gonna have to the Hey speaking of Scott Why don't
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