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1456: Verbate

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Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak June 2 2022 This is your award
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winning combination media assassination episode 1456
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This is no agenda
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flying the colors proudly 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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came from Northern Silicon Valley where I can't get it out
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of my head that Adam injured himself playing air drums on
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Jesse Dvorak scale.
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Hey, man, let's pre show stuff that's not for just not for just
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podcast listeners. That's the special stuff that we share with
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the trolls who show up.
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I just I can't get out of my head.
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Well, I have this desk lamp. And I was doing I was I was going
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pop pop. I was playing along with Bowie and then I was gonna
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do the cymbal crash from the on the upswing, which is a cool way
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to do it. And then it went my my index finger the top winner
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right into the desk lamp. Right to the bone. out it. Me and
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Tommy Lee man's This is shit that happens to us drummers.
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Anyway, Hey, John. Happy Pride Month.
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Oh, is it Pride Month? It's
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pride month? Yes.
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Good. It is. I think it was last month. No, I
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think no, I think it's this month. And you know what the
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LGBTQ plus community gets for Pride Month. No, monkey pox,
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the CDC issuing a new warning now about monkey pox. All
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Americans, of course can get the virus but they're saying right
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now that the LGBTQ plus community should be especially
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cautious at the moment ahead of the pride facilities coming in
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pride this festivities.
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So I want to say good. Is this is this a month that we
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celebrate Pride for LGBT for our LGBTQ ally brothers and sisters?
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Or is this a month where we have sex? Because that's what this
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news report is telling you. As CDC is saying, hey, it's Pride
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Month y'all. So back off a little
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monkey Park skills from sex.
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Apparently
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community should be especially cautious at the moment ahead of
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the pride facilities coming pride this test facilities Yeah,
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coming next month. The CDC is reporting many of the cases so
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far are among gay and bisexual men. These can be passed to
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anyone.
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I'm sorry. It's men by mistake. Just men. But anyway, I think
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you're right. Let me say it again. So you here you are
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right. You nailed it. The monkey pox being blamed on climate
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change. I'm sure you saw the professor
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nod. No, you're you're you're indicating that I was right.
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Before I even realized it. Yes, Professor
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stain. We
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both knew I was right. Well,
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of course I did not argue I in fact, I was pissed. I'm like
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crap, beat me to beat me to it. Professor stains of what does
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this DCU have to figure out what university that is? Explained.
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Climate change is driving animal populations out of their normal
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ranges and human populations into areas where animals live.
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You see, this is how it works. Climate change is pushing people
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into cities is pushing animals into closer proximity with
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people and we're seeing connections that we never saw
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have a look for but wait, here's the quote. Here's the money
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quote. This is what living with climate change looks like?
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No, please. We have nothing but local lot of local reports. It
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has about Cougars are all over the place. So there's at least
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one Cougar report every evening news somebody found a cougar in
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their backyard and
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they have they've Cougars at the steakhouse. Steiner ranch here
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in Austin
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cougars and the kind of Cougar it actually should have caught
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that. Yeah. But then we also have bears. Now they're seeing
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bears roaming around and whether it shouldn't be. Yeah, a bear
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and a barren, barren moraine or some bear there's not a wild
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boar and MYRIN
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I think, you know, we just have to be on the lookout for
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pangolin when they start your neighbor pangalan
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I don't know what
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it is exactly. It was what was this isn't another 22nd clip
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about the monkey pox.
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The World Health Organization is not expecting monkey pox to turn
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into a global pandemic. There are at least 257 confirmed cases
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worldwide and another 120 suspected infections including
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12 suspected or confirmed cases here in the US one top official
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world body
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stop tape stopping oh wait a minute. How did they work to gay
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pride thing and without Only 12 cases throughout the US because
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they all do one gay pride parade. Which one of them or
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something? Yeah, we'll get it now. Yeah, well, I mean, this is
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artistically bullcrap.
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Yes. It's using. It's using the gay leveraging the gays
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leveraging. Yes, that Thank you. You said it exactly spot on the
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money are confirmed
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cases here in the US. One top official at the world body says
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they don't want people to panic and think monkey pox is anything
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like COVID?
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Well, of course, then please don't think that whatever you
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think don't think that don't think that. But I guess although
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it's very hard to get any real information. There's nothing on
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the W H o.int. website or any reporting. I think those
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amendments the 13th what they call the Biden's 13 amendments
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to the International Health Regulations. It appears that the
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votes for that weren't enough or it failed. And this would be
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because 47 members of Afro federated African countries, 47
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of them said, No, we're withholding our support for
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these reforms. And let me see, I think also Brazil, Russia,
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India, China, South Africa, Iran, and Malaysia also said no,
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Brazil said it would exit the WHO altogether if this went
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through. So maybe Maybe it worked a little bit. Everyone
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running around with their hair on fire about it. Especially
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those African podcasters.
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Good. Yeah. No, I'm
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quite happy with it.
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Do you remember what the 13 were? I forgot him? Do you have
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them?
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The 13 amendments? Yeah, well, the main amendment was who can
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declare a poll? Yeah, I'll repeat it anyway. It's good to
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know. Yeah, they can they can declare a pandemic and then use
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their own their resources to. Yes, Blue Helmets incoming. As
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always, as always, since we're here, let me just do a quick
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little update on what's happening in COVID. Just so we
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can do it, because you know, you gotta keep your eye on it very
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short
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clips. And here in the US, the Biden administration is fighting
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to reinstate the federal mask mandate on planes and mass
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transit. That mandate was ruled unlawful by a federal judge in
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April. Now, the Justice Department is asking an appeals
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court to bring back the mask mandate, saying it was easily
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within the CDCs authority.
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So there seems to be quite a push for bringing the mast back.
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Several states cities are left. I'm sorry that
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Anna mentioned after the science has shown they're useless. I
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think
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even the New York Times had some something that I saw people, I
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haven't read it myself. But yeah, it's it shows is pretty
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much useless. But maybe this type of messaging is what makes
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it work.
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There's a lot of COVID If it feels like you're starting to
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notice more people.
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This, by the way, is that local ABC report, so it may sound like
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it's a tick talker. But that's your level of look, local
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journalism, a
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lot of COVID If
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it feels like you're starting to notice more people getting
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COVID-19. Again, that's because they are
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starting to see a lot of students be positive. Again,
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coworkers that are positive, just contacts that are positive,
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it's not gone.
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Experts say we're in the midst of yet another COVID-19 wave but
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at the moment that cases are going up. hospitalizations are
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going up, test positivity is going up what health
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officials are keeping a close eye on right now is the United
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States is currently recording as many COVID-19 cases as it was
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last summer during the Delta surge. We've
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really enjoyed a nice little break for a little while here.
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But unfortunately, at the moment, we're headed in the
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other direction.
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That's why researchers are predicting cases to rise after
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gatherings this holiday weekend. They say when we have an
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opportunity like a holiday for people to get together, there's
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going to be risk for spread especially now. Doctors say the
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people most at risk for spreading and getting the virus
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aside from anyone unvaccinated are people who aren't boosted.
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Who has not been boosted. vaccination should really start
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thinking about those boosters right now.
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Right now think about it. So now the boosters pushing more. I
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don't think that's working really well. We hear it from the
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farmer pigs themselves saying, Oh, we got 7 billion vaccines.
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Nobody wants him. But I think for the mask industry and
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related industries. Now there's there's something to be done
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here. And oh my goodness. Dr. Deborah Birx. Go ahead, say it.
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Your pal, your buddy, the one that you're in love with.
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Yeah, for an entire five days until I discovered she was a
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lying lying shill. And then I saw exactly what she is because
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she's very she's very enamored thing for an upper middle aged
10:04
woman with you know, she did elegant has titles and was in
10:08
the Navy and then you find out that she's the one that was
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going to every single governor and to all the local state
10:16
governments and saying oh you got to lock down you got me got
10:18
mass mandates you gotta have this you gotta have that. And
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that's even that's even admitted by was the doctor who's in Trump
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Has he just had a book come out Scott so many Scots in the world
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anyway. Hey, you know what I'm talking about? Troll should know
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it he even said no Burke's was really not Galloway not godly
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Come on people just get with no it's not godly that's the shield
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from Pfizer now Adams. Oh, that's the shield from Dilbert
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you guys, okay
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Atlas Thank you very much Scott Atlas, you go ask Scott. Oh my
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goodness, that's
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why would you bring him into it that you bought brothers on
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yourself?
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No, that's that's because in his book that just came out that a
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producer gave me gave gave us actually he says the person
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responsible for that was Burke she was the one that was out on
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the road. So we have that evidence and now she's back as
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the you know, as COVID is getting worse. And we've got
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apparently, one of these PCR tests home test, I don't know.
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There's no data, no information anymore. You know, there's
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nothing on the screen on the right hand side. So we're not
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tracking it yet. But she reappears. And we already
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mentioned this, that she was going through a transformation
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with her hair. Now, John, if you didn't know as Deborah Birx, you
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would have a hard time recognizing her teeth. She's
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done away with the scarves. Now she's doing very bright. And
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this is like this is like intelligence, Officer identity
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change. 101. And of course, comes from an intelligence
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background, she is completely turning into a different person,
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same message, but a different person, their hair and it's a
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very bad look. It's now it's like, by the way, the blonde of
12:20
her hair is beautiful, but it's not a it's clearly not a Pierre
12:24
cut. It's not a it's not a Davos shape, either. It's too long to
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be age appropriate, in my opinion as a television
12:34
producer. But yeah, maybe you should see if you can see an
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updated picture of her online because it's it's freaky. So
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she's changed her identity. And I'm thinking is because she's so
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embarrassed of what she did. Oh, maybe she's one of those women?
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No, because if you look back historically, you have to go
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back really far to see a real difference in her. I don't think
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she's one of these like Madonna. This is like a Madonna level
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switch. Remember Madonna? Like what? That's Madonna, and Olsen,
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boom. That's Madonna. Oh, now these days, that's Madonna.
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Tao, please
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listen to listen to Burke's, not disagree,
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I see her. She looks terrible. She lives in a woman. Well, the
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key thing about masking in order for them to work
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now listen carefully, because in this will soon discover what her
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agenda is. Well, the key thing about masking
13:30
is you have to wear them in order for them to work. And so
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when you see these rates in cities, it's because a lot of us
13:37
when we get together, we don't wear masks when we're with our
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friends and families around the dining room table. And and
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frankly, that's where a lot of spread is occurring. When you're
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in contact with people and their air that they're breathing
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because it remains suspended in the air, then that can be a very
13:54
real reason why it isn't really evident that masks are working
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well. But I know masks work well, because I have worn them
14:02
in multiple situation where people on either side of me were
14:06
positive. And I have not become infected. And the nine of us in
14:10
my immediate household that have had to stay negative because we
14:13
have vulnerable people in our household. We've upgraded our
14:16
masks to make sure that they are working and they fit well. And
14:20
so I still mask on airlines. But mandate should never be an
14:24
excuse for not empowering the American people with the
14:27
knowledge that they need to understand why masks work and
14:31
why they should be used in certain situations. And I think
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sometimes we use mandates because we don't want to take
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the time to explain the science and the data and really have
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people understand who should be using them and why they should
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be using them.
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So
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that oh wait a minute, what kind of science is this? I was at a
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table and some people had COVID and I had a mass so I know it
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works. Hey, I was at a table. I know people had COVID If I
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didn't have a mask, so I know masks don't aren't necessary. I
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mean, you can't use that as that's not scientific in any
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way.
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So she possibly is telling fibs for an agenda. I and I really
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think about this like what is going on? I know that her
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daughter doesn't hurt. Her daughter works for the Bill and
15:20
Melinda Gates Foundation. That's fine. It's probably even more
15:24
fine that her daughter works there because I found several
15:27
news articles that explain exactly what's happening. Dr.
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Deborah Birx is now the Chief Science Officer of active pure
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active pure see all of her examples were indoors. So active
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pure is a air filtration company. Yeah, proven to reduce
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over 99.9% of the virus that causes COVID 19 Yes. Both on
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surfaces and in the air. Exactly.
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Well, we know that COVID-19 doesn't transmit by surfaces.
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That was discovered a year or two after it Hello.
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Hello. You don't have Dr. Deborah Birx as your chief
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science officer so shut up. Okay.
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I have a right here
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so there's your there's your after sales from the elite who
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kind of couldn't couldn't hang.
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She couldn't hang. I don't get to hear this. i i Not that I
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care. But I know you're like a hair nut.
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This is in TV spokesmodel mode, because pretty soon you'll be
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Hi, I'm Dr. Deborah Birx. Would you like your families to be
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safe? Or? Hi, I'm Dr. Deborah Birx. Would you like your
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company and employees to feel safe? Have your HR contact
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active pure today? Because without it you could have
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lawsuits?
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Telling you Gina she said you can have lawsuits angle as is
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the real sales pitch.
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Speaking of such, can you give us an update on me? pu
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me pu Yeah. Oh, come on, man. But Amber, her? Yes.
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Yes, I'm here. Oh, yes. I'm hitting red. I'm hit with it
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now. Now I know the lingo. You caught it pretty quick. So
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that's the only thing that may
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have. I may have it. I may have one loan clip that just says one
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anomaly in it. I don't think maybe I don't. Well, hold on.
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Back to real. I promised I would play that jingle. If we did
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this,
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as well, you should. I will say a couple of things about the
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case was resolved with depth by getting 15 million. And then she
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got 2 million for something depths lawyers said. The
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analysis was kind of interesting after the fact by some of the
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lawyers on the Court TV, which probably didn't get to hear too
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much of one thing. No, for one thing. And for her didn't write
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that piece in The Washington Post. It was written by the
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ACLU, some lawyers and the ACLU. Yeah. They say that she could
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sue them
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both. Oh, who said who said they can sue? Oh, these lawyers
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have got the Court TV experts. They're all a bunch of superstar
18:10
lawyers that come on there. And he I can buy stuff. And they
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said, Yeah, they could be liable because they're the ones that
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are lawyers, they should know it. Libel looks like when they
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write it up. And she should turn around and sue him for the for
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the 10 million bucks. By the
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way, the only winner of any court case is always the
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lawyers. Did you see them? That's what I saw. They were
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celebrating they were crying. Oh my god, we made a million bucks.
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Oh, yeah. The thing about this, the other thing is that this
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media has skewed this thing in favor of, of amber for some
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unknown reason, Mimi's completely baffled by it. And
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for example, when one example is that, that is made to sound as
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though Johnny Depp won the basic case for 10 million bucks and in
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punitive, he got five, 5 million punitive. But in Virginia, the
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maximum punitive my law is only 350 1000. So the judge has to
19:13
pull that back to 350. But they make it sound that nobody
19:17
mentions this. That little factoid is not mentioned by the
19:21
media. They just make it sound like Well, maybe it's a little
19:24
unfair. So she pulled it back to 350.
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I wish I had some examples of this. You do? No, not really. In
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fact, I want you to move it along because you know people
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are rolling their eyes.
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Well, they should do it. Actually. Most people were kind
19:37
of interested in this. One question this woman is this
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woman seems to be a borderline personality disorder psycho. And
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she just lied all along. The jury saw through it and that was
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the end.
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I have a question for you as our as our resident expert. Did we
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ever find out Who pooped in the bed? No. That's not a payoff.
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off,
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they should have done a DNA sample. I don't know why they
20:04
didn't take the poop out
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the route. I had this headline, which was fun to pick up Amber
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Heard verdicts sends a message to black women everywhere to
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watch. Yes. If the mistreatment of a wealthy blond haired blue
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eyed white actress is ridiculed by the world, what does that
20:26
mean for black women? These are these are very these are people
20:32
hard up for something to write about. Yeah,
20:33
these are articles that are not held, but the route is pretty
20:36
popular.
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Now, these are not helpful articles. These are just making
20:41
things worse. Yeah. And I don't see that. Amber supposedly is
20:47
going to appeal but honestly, she's she's broke.
20:51
It broke in more ways than one. To me it was two junkies, just
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to the junkies. They're both junkies.
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To giants, John.
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I'm sorry. Hey, that's a possible title. High end
21:05
junkies, that kind of like is or that could be that's a band
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name.
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High end junkie swell to any band can themselves that. Yeah,
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I think you're right. They're both high end junkies high end
21:15
to an extreme. Yep. I mean, she drink I think her wine of
21:18
choice. Thanks to Johnny's Vegas Assyria. That's very expensive,
21:22
real hot.
21:23
I know you paid attention to that. I of course, this is
21:29
fabulous news overshadowed more Hunter Biden stuff overshadowed
21:35
the Sussman trial, pretty much over overshadowed anything else.
21:40
And even the numbers. All the stations cut to it live. Oh,
21:45
everyone was so jacked up about it. So lots of stuff happened
21:48
that we missed that that was not an immediate since we
21:51
deconstructed oh, by the way. Tim has been working on the
21:56
website, adding some more actually podcasting 2.0 features
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to the website. And guess what else? Is there? The missions?
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Yes. Right from the homepage at the top is our mission
22:09
statement. You click on that and you
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can understand what's going on. And we also have our complaining
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to us read that. And we
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also have been gifted? No agenda dotnet. Oh, so it's getting
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shorter and shorter. Are from no agenda show to
22:28
no agenda? No. agenda.com now.com
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is some band called no agenda. It's just a no, I think they I
22:38
think two of the guys are dead and they're not playing, you
22:40
know, the other guys are in a fight.
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Well, just a matter of time. You know,
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we do have our 15th anniversary and I think episode 1500. All
22:52
coming up near the end of this year, don't we?
22:54
Yeah, that's the hope that'll make up for lost time. Loss.
22:59
Okay, what is it a time machine?
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Yes. All right. So as you mentioned, it was if we get back
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to the topics Yeah, let's go. Let's go to Durham loses.
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Excellent.
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There's been a major defeat for a special counsel appointed to
23:15
uncover possible wrongdoing while the government
23:18
investigated Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign.
23:22
John Durham, who was appointed during the Trump administration
23:25
failed to win a conviction in his first courtroom test. And PR
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justice correspondent Carrie Johnson reports.
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Prosecutors accused Attorney Michael sosman of lying to the
23:35
FBI during a meeting that took place weeks before the 2016
23:38
election. The jury took only about six hours to reach a
23:42
verdict, not guilty
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to choose to the FBI. And the jury wreck clearly recognized
23:48
that were their unanimous verdict today,
23:51
not Sesemann addressing a crowd outside the courthouse, despite
23:55
being falsely accused, and relieved that Justice ultimately
23:58
prevailed. In my case,
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this was the first case to go before a jury in a criminal
24:03
probe that was launched when Donald Trump was still
24:05
president. Former Attorney General Bill Barr appointed
24:08
Durham to examine the origins of the FBI investigation into the
24:12
former president and Russia. Trump had hoped Durham would
24:15
find something shady or dodgy about the investigators. Three
24:18
years later, Durham has turned up very little. Shortly before
24:22
Sussman spoke seven members of the jury filed out of the
24:25
courthouse. I caught up with the four woman who didn't want to
24:28
share her name. She said quote, I think we could have spent our
24:32
time more wisely. It didn't pan out in the government's favor,
24:35
and that's on them. She added specimens lawyers adopted a
24:39
blunter tone. They said Sussman never should have been charged
24:43
in the first place and call it the case. Extraordinary
24:46
prosecutorial overreach. Politics is no substitute for
24:50
evidence.
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They said.
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What kind of read was that? Where was that from? Just out of
24:55
curiosity?
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Take it let's see. It was very slanted against Trump. pin this
25:00
whole case and the whole idea this even going on, take a
25:04
guess.
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Oh, NPR? Yeah. Wow. That's a that's a she can't read. She
25:09
needs some some
25:12
coaches to weigh that they can read this how they read his
25:15
code. So I so this case was a flop. I mean, the jury was
25:19
mishandled. It was like a bunch of Hillary supporters and even
25:23
suspicions. I'm told, one of PSAs men's
25:29
daughters, friends who will be tennis or something. We'll see
25:32
but this this is the problem. This is what I mean. This is the
25:38
only thing you'll hear conservative right wing me screw
25:43
it and Megyn Kelly, Tim Poole, that we'll be talking about.
25:47
There'll be talking about this for days and days Oh, so unfair.
25:53
As I go, it's so if so wrong, and it was stacked and loads of
25:58
friends and of course, it in a way though, a jury of your peers
26:04
is exactly what they got. And so that's that says more about
26:08
Washington, DC, Washington DC than anything at all, but it
26:14
also obfuscates such an easy one, that all these these jokes
26:18
are talking around in circles and they're missing the the
26:23
announcement by the US cybersecurity infrastructure
26:28
agency CIS. Remember these are the people who are responsible
26:30
for all the computer systems also voting systems in in the
26:36
previous election, they bulked up and made sure everything was
26:39
the most secure election in history. And so now we have the
26:44
CES announcing electronic voting machines from a leading vendor
26:49
use at least 16 states has software vulnerabilities that
26:53
leave them susceptible susceptible to hijacking if
26:56
unaddressed and unaddressed. Now, of course, of course, they
27:01
follow that up by saying there is no evidence the flaws in the
27:04
Dominion voting systems equipment have been exploited to
27:07
alter election results in the past. But this is the news. I
27:12
mean, so now all of a sudden, we have a problem with these voting
27:15
machines really. And I would
27:18
have never addressed I'm shocked shocked I'm shocked I had never
27:25
heard of any such a thing. I never heard that there would be
27:27
a voting machine as electronic is not just I think you pull in
27:32
you know, clicks over.
27:34
I still think we go back to the finger in the inkwell personally
27:37
but this is from associated friends ever
27:40
had that ever?
27:42
Oh, no. In Afghanistan, admittedly, in Afghanistan, we
27:45
was
27:47
in the Middle East, you can do that. Yeah, well, maybe we
27:49
should do here. You might be right.
27:50
That's what I just said only you gave me shit over it.
27:54
I did. Because you said we should go back to as if we ever
27:57
had done that. Like maybe shit about your about your timeline.
28:03
Thank you. I'm personally from the Netherlands. So
28:09
you did what they did that there?
28:12
No idea.
28:14
Now you just know, I'm just messing around Biden.
28:17
Alright, let's, I'm trying to Biden your man. All right. So we
28:21
have this. Everyone's talking around in circles, all the so
28:25
called free media are being led by the nose to talk about the
28:29
assessment part. Whereas this is much more interesting. And you
28:33
know, let's have a little in depth information and knowledge
28:36
about what kinds of vulnerabilities Yeah, we don't
28:39
get any of that from the tech press. No, they're too busy
28:42
saying crypto is crashing. But Senator Mo Brooks,
28:48
would you bring that in out of the blue? They're too busy
28:51
talking about Amber Heard.
28:53
You're right. Mo Brooks is he's a senator. What is he from Mo
28:59
Brooks? R Mo?
29:01
I think he's Alabama, isn't he? So I'm like that, Missouri. So
29:05
he's on Missouri. He's on fox, fox news. In the far end. And
29:10
just to show you how, how info voting machines have not come up
29:15
in the conversation in a minute before. What just happen when
29:18
I'm going to play. voting machines have not come up at
29:21
all. It's all about January 6, and
29:24
etc. insurrection.
29:27
Now he's not saying the insurrection. And then all of a
29:30
sudden, the Fox News model throws this shit out.
29:34
But what is now done in 2020 is irreversible under the United
29:37
States Constitution and the United States Code. And I'm one
29:40
of those who believes in law and order. I might not like it that
29:43
that's the end game but that is the end game.
29:45
And just to go on the record, there has been still no evidence
29:48
or proof provided that there was any sort of fraud in that and
29:52
you know, that's
29:53
wrong. I don't know why you people keep saying that. But
29:56
that is absolutely false. It is absolutely false. You keep
29:59
saying Every time but that's absolutely false
30:02
news model meet your match
30:05
at 150 congressmen and senators who absolutely disagreed with
30:09
you on what you just said. So what are you calling them? What
30:12
are you calling them when you say 150 Republican senators and
30:16
congressmen looked at the voter fraud issue. Instead, there was
30:19
a major problem. What are you calling the Commission on
30:21
federal election reform a bipartisan committee with Jimmy
30:25
Carter on the one hand, and James Baker, Ronald Reagan,
30:28
White House Chief of Staff on the other back in 2005, who
30:32
analyzed the systemic weaknesses, the systemic flaws
30:34
in our election system and warned us that elections are
30:37
going to be stolen if we don't fix these problems and those
30:39
problems are not fixed. So I don't know who's telling you
30:42
there's no evidence
30:43
Mo is basically reading the wiki PD on Election Day from from
30:47
memory I might add and the news model is going to try and get
30:50
the conversation back
30:51
tells me I'm sorry.
30:54
The courts and the judges that the courts on the white
30:57
timeout don't know go into she's not gonna get past him this is
31:01
fantastic.
31:02
But you know, what's happening is the the control room is
31:05
sending her she doesn't she doesn't know this, but you can
31:08
see you're looking at you can't see that of course with our
31:10
show. She's looking down she's getting her info she's getting
31:13
shit in her ear. She's like, meanwhile the steam starting to
31:17
smoke smoke are starting to come from the offices,
31:19
the courts and the judges that have the courts on the white
31:22
timeout don't go into that
31:24
don't go into that the courts do not have the wait a minute No,
31:28
no, I'm getting I'm getting the last word on this one because
31:31
you just made a false statement okay. Are not the final arbiter
31:35
of who wins federal election contests Congress is that is
31:39
required by the United States Constitution that is required by
31:42
the United States Code for congressmen and senators and the
31:44
President so don't be surprised me to court stormy sir.
31:48
He's schooling are unconstitutional issues. Now the
31:51
Fox News models going down
31:53
power that is all through us United States.
31:54
Let me just quote the GOP commissioner in Wisconsin, in
31:58
the Wall Street Journal today printed and I will read it
32:02
verbatim. He is no
32:09
this is my mid clip kicker. Now before we laugh too hard, is is
32:18
there? What is verb bait actually mean that is there such
32:21
a word?
32:22
I don't know because it's verbatim is verbatim is the word
32:26
you use in that context?
32:27
I would say Well, here's here's verb bait. All right. So I think
32:33
if she's if she's correct is by accident. I guarantee
32:37
to transcribe or reproduce word for word.
32:40
Okay, so she's right. As we mock her.
32:44
I feel really stupid now.
32:49
So stupid. Game uses no one says that.
32:53
I wonder how it happened? Did they someone misspell it? It's
33:00
really from 16th century English. So Okay. All right.
33:04
It's hard not to laugh. But I
33:06
think she I think she I think she's, you know, it's like we
33:12
did this on the show about five, six years ago. Where the black
33:18
idiom for saying, you? X me? Uh huh. And I'll tell you, and it
33:23
turns out that x x me instead of an o is correct. Yeah, it's
33:29
correct in sha seryan. England. Yes. Yes, it goes way back. Yep.
33:34
And there's a number of black in
33:36
other racist old white man moment of the show. Yeah, hey,
33:40
by the way, the way we're blacking it hold on before you
33:43
go there. For bait is not the same as verbatim for bait is to
33:48
transcribe or reproduce word for word, verbatim him. So that's
33:56
reproduced word for word verbatim is in exactly the same
34:00
words as we're used
34:02
originally. It's just a variation on the same
34:04
definition.
34:05
I just want to be right in this. All right, go back to the
34:09
get here. Not gonna make go back to the Ask go back to the acts.
34:14
And there's a number of other ones and they all turn out to be
34:16
legit, but extremely archaic now. So what you're gonna do
34:23
nothing. But you can
34:26
for some reason stumble onto these. It still felt
34:29
funny.
34:29
This is that is required by the United States Constitution that
34:33
is required by the United States Code for congressmen and
34:35
senators in the president. So don't be surprised means the
34:38
courts don't let me sir, power that is authorized United
34:41
States.
34:41
Let me just quote the GOP commissioner in Wisconsin, in
34:44
the Wall Street Journal today printed and I will read it
34:49
verbatim. He said there is no evidence that election fraud is
34:53
the reason Trump lost in Wisconsin and that is not for
34:56
lack of looking. His advice to your party is to pivot away A
35:00
from these conspiracy theories focused on the issue oh there it
35:03
is Wisconsin families and their pocketbooks so I want to move on
35:06
to January they look at
35:08
look at look at the judge's opinion look at the judge's
35:11
opinion see what
35:12
she tried to do there she she gives the gets the final word
35:15
and then and now
35:17
I used to your party is to pivot away from these conspiracy
35:21
theories focus on the issue that affects
35:24
she's the surprise she's the blonde. She's the blonde on Fox
35:29
News,
35:29
absolutely nothing. Well, look,
35:32
it's constant families and their pocketbooks.
35:36
Okay, Fox has gone down look at the mutt Fox doesn't even try to
35:41
I think this is right for the Democrats
35:44
news posts. Let's
35:47
just pages and pages of them now.
35:49
I'll recognize judges
35:51
opinion. Look at the judge's opinion in Pennsylvania that
35:54
talked about over 2 million illegal ballots cast. That was
35:56
their court order. You look at the special investigation and a
36:00
former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice who found significant
36:04
voter fraud at nursing homes in the state of Wisconsin. Look at
36:07
the 2000 mules documentary that has come out look at how many
36:12
mass mail how to balance their work across the United States
36:14
for which we have no security
36:17
Sandra Smith Oh Sandra Smith, yeah, Sandra Smith. You see when
36:24
you see are you Oh, okay. Yeah, probably you know, we're kind of
36:28
yeah standard Fox News model anyway,
36:34
so it's funny that they you know, Fox get you know, no
36:38
matter what Fox does they can keep doing this they've sure
36:41
they can take the side of the Democrats and all these issues
36:43
but they still get slammed for being Fox it's the it is ironic
36:48
it is
36:50
that's just the way it is.
36:52
And why don't you just give up and go the other way? Let me go
36:55
back to your roots
36:56
just one more thing on on what I call the purge, you know,
37:02
because everything around January 6 And anything that
37:05
touched Trump anything Republican anything conservative
37:07
public and anything anything not flying to the flags of Ukraine
37:12
is bad. And this kind of who, who produced Sonic the Hedgehog
37:18
to which studio is is that
37:20
that it was Warner Brothers but I could be wrong. Okay,
37:22
well, I'd like to know because here's a clip and I've I've not
37:28
although I was involved in the launch of Sonic the Hedgehog the
37:31
video game with Will Smith I might add back slap Yeah. Back
37:38
in the 90s. When that'd be cool. And I found it to be quite a
37:40
delightful man. I've never seen any of it never played any of
37:47
the games as an I have.
37:50
Okay, so there's some game shows.
37:53
There's the Nemesis is egghead. What's his name? I don't know.
37:58
Whatever his name is, listen to what he says he's the evil guy.
38:03
He's the baddie in the show and he's talking to Sonic it's over
38:08
Eggman Eggman I like the new look it works for you What do
38:14
you say we just let
38:15
bygones be bygones I did some things you did some things there
38:19
are good people
38:19
on both sides
38:26
you know that that was put in there. Oh yeah. This is God This
38:29
has got to be is this not a Disney movie but this by itself
38:33
is disqualifying
38:37
somebody look it up or do you want me to do it somebody in the
38:40
chat room shall looked up the production
38:42
now they're too busy trolling each other not doing any work?
38:46
I think you know they've lost it.
38:47
Do you think I have I know. So that's that's kind of how it
38:52
What else that I have in the purge something else there? No,
38:56
that's all the same. All right. Yes,
39:02
let's see where we got in the list. You have a number of minor
39:05
stories.
39:06
Let's do a big story.
39:07
Let's do it. Or what's the big story? Any stories you use?
39:10
Still Ukraine? Yes. And then bite I get bike clips from
39:14
Biden's Napa space.
39:16
Story and rails big story. Don't you know the big story
39:20
but the giant plant
39:22
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi his husband has been charged with
39:25
driving under the influence. At least picked up Paul Pelosi and
39:28
Napa California Saturday night. He's since been released on
39:32
$5,000 bail. Speaker Pelosi was on the east coast at the time a
39:36
spokesperson saying she won't be commenting on this private
39:39
matter.
39:40
I think he actually had an accident and was then stopped
39:43
for drunk driving.
39:46
Well out here the story has two stories. There's two story Oh,
39:49
okay. conflagration in an accident with a jeep. driver was
39:54
unhurt. Story one the Jeep caused the accident Get the
40:00
jeep.
40:01
Yeah, this is always a tough one, isn't it?
40:04
And now we get to did they haven't followed up with it?
40:06
Where's Mothers Against
40:07
Drunk Driving? Where are they standing up and saying shame on
40:11
you. Shame on you. Where's that? Well, that's
40:14
a good point.
40:17
It's not hard to make. No, it I mean,
40:20
it's driving around rich guy drunk in a Porsche. It's while
40:25
while it world's worst combination rich old guy in a
40:28
Porsche.
40:29
Well, if drawers funny, but yeah, exactly. Exactly. Well,
40:34
maybe you don't want to think the big story is I think the war
40:36
on guns is the big story. That to me is the big story because
40:41
everyone's talking about it. And I have a little clip here that
40:44
includes the announcement from Justin. I'm not sure if it was
40:48
I'm sorry. That's not the one. This is from ABC. Here we go.
40:53
And Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Government introduced
40:56
legislation to put a national freeze on handgun ownership the
40:59
package would cap the market for handguns, making it illegal to
41:03
buy, sell, transfer or import them anywhere in Canada. Trudeau
41:07
made the announcement surrounded by families of shooting victims,
41:11
but as a government, as a society. We ever
41:15
that was kind of a weird read, by the way. That listen how she
41:18
says he was at announcements surrounded by families of
41:22
shooting victims. A shoot
41:23
like this, like this victim shooting all over the place.
41:25
It's kind of a weird read.
41:27
But as a government, as a society, we have a
41:30
responsibility to act. To prevent more tragedies, we need
41:36
only look south of the border to know that if we do not take
41:41
action firmly and rapidly, it gets worse and worse and more
41:47
difficult to counter.
41:49
Also included in Canada's new legislation. long gun magazines
41:52
will never hold more than five rounds. A law is expected to be
41:56
enacted this fall.
41:57
So this all comes on the heels of Brown's soul comes on the
42:01
heels of several mass shootings in the United States. There were
42:05
three more yesterday, not entirely unpredicted.
42:09
Considering the mental trauma people have gone through. In the
42:13
past two and a half years people are popping off. And you know,
42:16
God knows what else is going on. But yeah, we're an easy target
42:19
for that. And this is clearly the global push New Zealand just
42:22
did it. Your Cinder drop by Joe to talk about it. Now, this was
42:29
Canada, which, of course this has the predictable results.
42:34
This is the president of a sporting goods store in Canada.
42:37
I'm
42:37
not sure if it was intentional or not. But Mr. Trudeau and his
42:40
government have become the best handgun salesman's in all of
42:44
Canada. I have never seen activity at this level. Clients
42:50
are calling they're walking in, we have lineups, the phones are
42:53
ringing off the hook. We can't keep up with the amount of
42:57
demand there is right now. Because everyone is aware of
43:00
this is coming to an end. And for those that want to get one
43:03
more hang on for their collection. They're looking to
43:06
pick it up. Now.
43:07
Remember, when Obama was the number one gun salesman
43:09
every time we've done this show for 50, almost 15 years. Every
43:14
time somebody like Trudeau comes out and does something like
43:16
this. And I don't understand why you don't immediately go invest
43:21
in what Smith and Wesson it's just every time that one of
43:24
these guys does this and use just as you're gonna say Obama
43:27
did the same thing. And this sales skyrocketed, skyrocketed.
43:34
We've invested in Smith and Wesson about three times.
43:39
Thank you, Obama. Thanks, Obama. Thanks,
43:41
Obama. And, of course, you know, we have these mass shootings.
43:47
All shootings are horrible, but now we have to protect the
43:50
children because the children are dying. But you rarely hear
43:55
this as the as the M 5am. Narrative again, ABC
43:58
calls for peace in Chicago over the holiday weekend went
44:01
unanswered. As shootings increased over last year. 48
44:05
people were shot in the windy city between Friday and Monday.
44:07
Nine of the victims dies is yours. Gunfire included two mass
44:11
shootings on Sunday. Last year in Chicago. 37 people were shot
44:15
over Memorial Day now what's
44:17
being played up more? Hmm. Now in ivaldi, is so messed up. It's
44:23
so messed up the reporting the timeline?
44:25
I have the I have the I have I have the definitive ivaldi
44:31
report, whatever you want to call it. The ivaldi report. It's
44:36
in the list here.
44:37
Yes, I see it. Can I Can I just make one quick statement?
44:41
No, no, you I want your statement after this because
44:44
this is the definitive report.
44:45
The story of what happened in Uvalde, Texas leading up to and
44:49
during a mass shooting that killed 19 children and two
44:52
adults. Well, it's a story that keeps on changing.
44:59
Tell That's not the definitive report. That's
45:01
the definitive report. I've spoken to more law enforcement.
45:06
There's just all kinds of different timelines. But in
45:09
essence, all the reporting that we've heard, like the cops went
45:12
in to get their own kids first based on a very different story.
45:16
You know, all all of that is really, really messed up. We
45:20
don't we don't know what's going on. But if the intent was to
45:23
kick off more gun legislation conversations, which we have now
45:27
it's just been introduced, and to make cops look good mission
45:31
achieve whether that was the setup or whether that's how the
45:33
sad, sad occurrence was misused. And here it is. HR 7910.
45:43
Protecting our kids act. Put in by our buddy, your buddy Jerry
45:48
Nadler, along with your other buddy mr. Thompson of California
45:53
and my NADs and my hand my buddy Miss Jackson leap. A bill to
45:59
amend title 18 to provide an increased age limit on the
46:02
purchase of certain firearms prevent gun trafficking
46:05
modernize the prohibition on untraceable firearms encourage
46:09
the safe storage of firearms and for other purposes. So it would
46:13
be proposed is 2021 years of age for certain semi automatic
46:20
centerfire rifles or center shotguns semi automatic then the
46:26
prohibition on straw purchases meaning I can't give you a gun
46:29
or I can't sell your gun without that being registered and
46:32
written down. These are very polarizing things for Americans.
46:37
requirement that all firearms be traceable. Good luck with that.
46:43
That includes the modernization of the prohibition on
46:46
undetectable firearms, the safe storage bump stocks, I guess,
46:54
closing the bump stock loophole I haven't looked at watch
46:57
bump stocks were made illegal. There's
46:59
a loophole because you basically you couldn't use it. You can use
47:04
a bobby pin where you had a bottom band bobby pins for auto
47:08
Sears and bump stocks. I don't know you can use a tennis ball.
47:13
And then use of burn grants be Why are any for buyback programs
47:19
for large capacity ammunition feeding devices? What is that?
47:25
I hadn't? I just knew large capacity. That'd be a YouTube
47:28
video about
47:33
this I don't I still don't think they've they've this has any
47:36
chance. And you know, it will of course, everyone with a brain
47:40
knows that this won't stop anybody who's determined to do
47:43
something. It won't stop a kid who has spent two $3,000 to buy
47:50
some beautiful weapons a week before he's gonna go use them.
47:54
That's one of these interesting things. Yeah, make an amendment
48:00
or shut up. That's the that's the only way it's gonna happen.
48:03
Make an amendment or shut up? Yeah, are you gonna rimshot me?
48:12
I think we can go on the road like this.
48:14
I just have this little hand drum.
48:17
Let me see. Was there anything else now that in that that's
48:19
pretty much where it's at? It is you can clearly see. Clearly Oh,
48:26
that's me this time. This is
48:27
by the way a new a new technique.
48:33
What are you doing? Stop that right away? That sounds
48:35
horrible. Whatever. That
48:36
is nothing.
48:36
I hear. I hear something clicking.
48:39
That's not me.
48:42
Maybe that was the phone.
48:44
I don't know what it was. That was really weird. Right now the
48:47
only thing I'm equipped to do is this.
48:49
Okay, well, good. Good. Don't do too much. But I remember I stop
48:54
doing I think you know, so right now we have the elites of the
48:59
world really try
49:00
away bumps, which was gonna make a point. They changed your
49:04
technique from having one big event like Sandy Hook, and then
49:08
trying to make hay with it to let's do a couple in a row and
49:13
see if maybe that works.
49:16
Yes, cynically, I agree with you. Sadly, I think that this,
49:20
this truly is just the state of society and the state of kids on
49:23
Well, I mean, a variety of drugs.
49:26
But focusing on Chicago. Oh, wait, you can't do that. Even
49:31
though they have 48 dead because they have some of the strictest
49:34
gun laws in the world. Yes.
49:36
Yes. Of course. And what you can't do in the protecting arch.
49:40
What was it called? That's that thing Hold on a second. They
49:43
call that the protecting our kids act. What's funny is I
49:46
don't see anything in there about protecting our kids from
49:49
opioids and and fentanyl and other things that are very
49:53
dangerous, of which a lot of young people die. I don't see
49:57
that doesn't seem to be any less distillation is set up for that.
50:03
But it has out of out of chaos. order out of chaos. Isn't that?
50:09
Who, whose slogan? Is that order out of chaos? Is that the new
50:12
world order that the Illuminati? I don't know, because I think
50:16
that's what we're seeing, you know, they're trying it again.
50:18
And they're showing because now it'll be, oh, you know, up
50:22
north, our neighbors, the smart North Americans, they're the
50:26
ones who get it. They're the ones who took back all the guns
50:30
are truckers, Canada, but that's how it's going to be used. And a
50:35
lot of people are still in the mass formation, and we'll go
50:37
along with it. And I had a thought actually one of our
50:40
producers submit to set me off about this. So around the world
50:45
now we have the same problem we have in the United States with
50:49
air transportation. And it's it's become it's become a huge
50:54
problem. Here it is. This is UK.
50:57
Now it's a bumper week for traveling the UK, we have got a
51:01
double whammy of half term. And the junk OG believe bank
51:04
holiday, little billions of us take trips at home and abroad,
51:07
we want to expect delays and disruption. We've already seen
51:11
massive queues at airports this week.
51:13
Now, if you if you've looked at any of the UK news reporting,
51:17
it's been a disaster. And the British they take these holiday
51:22
weeks very seriously, they all have to fly out or sail out on
51:27
the boat. Because you want to get off the island, you want to
51:29
take your strong, strong pounds, and you want to go spin those in
51:33
southern Europe and, and go mess up Portugal. And they get on the
51:38
big, good organized flights. And most of those went belly up, I
51:43
think during COVID. So now we have the airlines who just
51:46
cannot seem to complete the flights. They say its flight
51:50
crews know a lot. That's the main reason for pilots and other
51:54
flight crew personnel. Interestingly, the same thing is
51:57
happening. And we talked about in the last episode Schiphol
52:00
Airport in the Netherlands, and specifically with KLM. And they
52:08
even stopped selling tickets because they said the they don't
52:11
have enough security personnel. And that's interesting because
52:16
the World Economic Forum, Id program I think we have we had a
52:22
clip of it last time where they mentioned their partners for
52:28
this, this universal ID thing. We're KLM and I think it's
52:36
Heathrow or Gatwick. I mean, if you're looking in the world of
52:41
chaos, here it is the known traveler Identity Card Canada
52:45
and the Netherlands. There it is, to Canada was also also a
52:48
part of it. And they kind of solved that by not living
52:52
unvaccinated people fly. That's probably why they're holding
52:55
that back. But wouldn't it be great to then say oh, you know,
52:57
the reason is because we don't have efficient security. So
53:02
here's the new efficient way. It's the new Trusted Traveler
53:05
got your biometrics you know, you can just fly right through
53:11
when that be the perfect problem, reaction solution
53:14
because it's it's getting out of hand and it's every single
53:17
airport. If this is not the plan, holy crap, the curry
53:21
Devorah Consulting Group strongly advises This is the
53:25
time to bring in some phony baloney IDs scam you got going
53:30
and tell people it's going to solve the queues?
53:36
Yeah, you're right. We need some phony baloney idea.
53:43
Well, this is it. The phony baloney idea is the security is
53:47
outdated. We can't get personnel because you know, it's people
53:52
too stupid. To be that I don't know, come up with anything.
53:56
There's no one's stupid enough to want to do it anymore. But
53:59
now we've got this cool system. It's like I had to pay a small
54:05
penalty to the IRS for filing late. And this was Dude this is
54:12
dude do June 6 And like okay, I'll just do it online. Oh my
54:16
God. Have you been through this process?
54:19
No. Oh, we would do stuff on on time.
54:25
No, you don't. I know. You don't
54:28
know we file it extension but we always send money in event in
54:32
April.
54:33
Well, I had not sent in enough in April. And so I got a I got a
54:39
ding which is okay, it happens and not a big deal. I thought I
54:44
had already pre calculated everything but not whatever. And
54:48
so I go online, and it's this IRS ID. So yeah, the old system
54:54
is gone. Or I think you can maybe log into it but if you
54:57
make one mistake they block you for 24 hours. I've been through
54:59
the had been like, Okay, this part of my life, I'm just gonna
55:03
have to go with it, I have no other option really. And I might
55:08
as well just get it over with and see what the experience is I
55:10
took one for the team, I did it for the show. So you have to
55:14
upload front and back of your driver's license, then it'll
55:19
send you a link and you take a selfie. And what's interesting
55:23
is this widget on this webpage, when it takes a selfie, it's
55:27
doing a complete 3d model of my face. And it's showing you while
55:31
it's doing that, you're looking at your face and it's doing it's
55:36
getting all these data points to complete, they say to compare to
55:39
your driver's license. I mean, this is positive. It makes
55:43
sense. This is well, I'm just telling you, that's what they
55:45
say. And this is some dystopian shit. Now the funny thing is my
55:50
my selfie camera on my phone is broken. I mean, it's not really
55:54
broken, but it looks like like the lenses fogged up really
55:59
fogged up. And it was still doing this through the fogged up
56:02
part.
56:05
Yes, it gets. It's called theater.
56:08
Yes. And then I had this other thought, you know, we've, you
56:11
know how the cell phone mine doesn't but I think most modern
56:14
cell phones, you can use the regular camera to detect a QR
56:18
code.
56:20
Well, yeah, I got two cheap phones that you know, and mine
56:23
do that yours doesn't know that's by design and look as
56:26
you're using right, graphene OS Yeah, yeah, you're using it. But
56:31
so
56:31
that means that you're basically multiple times a day for some
56:36
people multiple times an hour are allowing applications to
56:40
run. Yeah, maybe it would could only be Apple or Google but who
56:44
knows that have all kinds of high end recognition running.
56:49
When you take a picture. I mean, there's clearly something
56:51
running to detect if there's a QR code could be you know,
56:54
detecting the background storing that a little bit and doing all
56:57
kinds of stuff is definitely doing something. Yeah, there's
57:00
none of this is good. I got some more Harare stuff.
57:05
Is that how the story ends? Well know
57:09
where I was. Where was it going to take us is new clips from
57:13
Yuval Noah Harare, Klaus Schwab's personal advisor. Now
57:19
it played a clip from him on the last
57:21
show. Yes, it disgusted me. Well,
57:23
so I have had some time to look at some longer. In fact, the
57:28
clip that that came from I watched the entire interview
57:31
watched a couple others. I don't know necessarily, if he's all in
57:35
on this. He he seems to be very what's the word? You
57:43
intellectual about it? Now that's not the word. But anyway,
57:47
he's you know, he's just observing it as a historian
57:50
saying, Well, this is this is what's happening, not
57:52
necessarily that he's all in. So but I think the people who read
57:57
Him and follow Him and believe in Him and have read his best
58:00
New York Times best seller that they probably think he's right.
58:04
And I don't know if I can disagree, although it's, you
58:07
know, this is unfortunately, the stuff that the Davos crew take
58:11
with him and and start to operate on. So it's good to know
58:14
what he said he's pretty short. This is him talking about
58:20
humans, is kind of the precursor to the to the clip I played in
58:24
the last episode, and why they are not necessary or will not be
58:28
necessary. But
58:29
in the 21st century, there is a good chance that most humans
58:33
will lose, they are losing their military and economic value in
58:38
the military. It's done, it's over the age of the Masters is
58:41
over. We are no longer in the First World War, we take
58:45
millions of soldiers give each one in a rifle and run forward.
58:49
And the same thing, perhaps is happening in the economy. Maybe
58:54
the biggest question, I think of 21st century economics is what
58:58
will you need people, for most people for in 2050 in the
59:02
economy, and once people are no longer really necessary, most
59:06
people from the military and for the economy, the idea that you
59:11
will continue to have less medicine is not so certain.
59:16
So that's what caught my ear, the idea that you'll have mass
59:20
medicine, as people become less useful to the economy, which
59:25
would be that he has this whole spiel about people basically
59:29
have intelligence, and they have conscience and conscience is
59:37
yeah, that's kind of important, you know, versus self driving
59:40
cars that you have a conscious about who you if you're going to
59:42
kill yourself or the pedestrian or when you make a choice like
59:46
that. But there's so much of the intelligence stuff that that
59:49
computers are much better at. So we'll really be creating a
59:53
different class of people. And that's what we had on the last
59:55
show. He's talking about, oh, there'll be drugs and video
59:58
games. But when it comes to mass medicine, this was interesting
1:00:01
because this may be one of the last mass medicine events we've
1:00:05
seen, since it seems those failed so spectacularly. And
1:00:10
here's Harare, discussing a new class of humans.
1:00:15
In the Middle Ages, you had these image that how does a
1:00:17
person die? Suddenly, the angel of death appears and touches you
1:00:22
on the shoulder and says, Come, it's your time has come. And you
1:00:26
say, no, no, no, give me some more time. And there's a no, you
1:00:29
have to come. And that's it. This is how you die. And today,
1:00:32
we don't think like that people never die, because the angel of
1:00:35
death comes, they die because the heart stops club pumping, or
1:00:39
because an outer is closed, or because cancerous cells of
1:00:43
spreading in the liver or somewhere, these are all
1:00:46
technical problems. And in essence, they should have some
1:00:50
technical solution. And this way of thinking, I think it is now
1:00:55
becoming very dominant in scientific circles, and also
1:01:01
among the Ultra Rich, they are understanding, wait a minute,
1:01:06
something is happening here. For the first time in history. If
1:01:10
I'm rich enough, maybe I don't have to die. That is optional.
1:01:16
And if you think about it, from the viewpoint of the poor, it
1:01:19
looks terrible, because throughout history, death was
1:01:23
the great equalizer. The big constellation of the poor
1:01:27
throughout history was that, okay, these rich people, they
1:01:30
have it good, but they're going to die just like me. But think
1:01:34
about a world saying 50 years, 100 years with the poor people
1:01:37
continue to die. But the rich people in addition to all the
1:01:41
other things they get, they also get a exemption from death.
1:01:47
That's going to bring a lot of anger.
1:01:50
So, you know, when I when I hear that, I'm like, Yeah, that could
1:01:54
be one of the core problems that we're seeing with the elites
1:01:58
running our world, Silicon Valley, elites, political
1:02:02
elites, a lot of very wealthy a lot of them surprisingly spry
1:02:07
and doing well if they're old age I might add I think
1:02:11
transhumanism Biden in that camp. He's
1:02:14
no, no, but they have complete control over him. They don't
1:02:17
want him smart. They want Him dumbing down that's that's
1:02:20
control. That he they know he has a technical problem. They're
1:02:24
not they're just maintaining him. So that's maybe the best
1:02:27
example of what's happening here. Deep
1:02:29
science fiction. Oh, really? Oh, really? Ah, this guy sounds like
1:02:34
he's repeating old books. I mean, these books that were
1:02:37
written in the 50s
1:02:38
science fiction often comes true. It has a weird way of
1:02:41
doing that down the road.
1:02:42
Yeah, it's usually off though it's kind of aspects will come
1:02:46
true. But as says Jerry Pournelle, used to point out, he
1:02:49
says, you know, the funny thing about science fiction is that if
1:02:53
you go back historically in the 20s 30s 40s, and even into the
1:02:56
50s, there's always robots. There was never a computers were
1:03:00
never, never no science fiction writer ever perceived the
1:03:03
computer revolution. Until after it happened.
1:03:07
I beg to differ. I believe Vincent Appleton who wrote the
1:03:11
Tom Swift series, I think he had computers in Tom Swift, in one
1:03:15
of his books in 1900. You could you could look it up for you. I
1:03:21
read I read most of them. So that's why I'm saying that's why
1:03:24
I can say
1:03:24
a lot of times with books too. For some reason I can say that's
1:03:27
the common bond we have. That's about it. Yeah.
1:03:34
You read first first cover editions. screwed up the punch
1:03:38
line dammit. Yeah, you just sent me
1:03:41
first got a stamp collectors?
1:03:44
You know what I just I screwed it up doubly. Yeah. First issue.
1:03:49
You know, and then the guy that courses, this idea of, you know,
1:03:52
living forever, but by the elites in Silicon Valley was
1:03:55
really, really developed by Kurzweil? Who's the
1:03:58
transhumanist?
1:03:59
Still working on it? Yeah. Yeah. Oh, not hemorrhoids. Hold on.
1:04:04
Think about that. I'm not saying that they'll be able to do it.
1:04:09
But if you change the healthcare industry towards that, which I
1:04:15
think arguably is happening with mRNA. You know, you have a small
1:04:20
technical problem. And we can fix that with this computer
1:04:22
code. I mean, that's a pretty good example of what he's
1:04:24
talking about
1:04:25
genetic engineering would be your better example. But let's
1:04:28
go back to something you said which was the mass medicine
1:04:33
motion was a big flop. You said something like was the
1:04:36
COVID vaccine a success? Yeah. No, it was it failed. It did not
1:04:42
work.
1:04:43
Who that what was the was the point that it was supposed to
1:04:47
work or the point it was gonna make a lot of people a lot of
1:04:50
money. No,
1:04:51
in that regard. It worked. I'm talking Yeah. In regards to its
1:04:54
medical performance, it did not and that's that was that's the
1:04:57
conversation. Okay. All right. Yes.
1:05:00
desertrian You and me? Well, the idea was, it was to make you
1:05:06
could tell from the beginning. That's where we're so cynical
1:05:08
about the whole thing. No. Two of us we both
1:05:10
Yes, but we're not even saying we're saying the same thing.
1:05:14
Only you seem to think that you're contrarian. I agree with
1:05:17
you, of course, but that's that's what all of this is
1:05:20
ultimately about. But the Ultra Rich, they believe this shit.
1:05:24
That's my point. They are opera. Oh, yes, they are. Are you
1:05:29
kidding me? Are you kidding me? They all believe in
1:05:32
I can. Okay, okay. You got me on that one? Because most of these
1:05:36
guys from like, Intel seem to be all in. Yes.
1:05:41
I mean, like Mark Cuban. Can't you see him totally believe now.
1:05:45
Mark Cuban got the jab. But also
1:05:50
what's his face from Kleiner Perkins? What's your John Doerr?
1:05:55
Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, totally. Now, did you read that this was
1:06:00
fantastic. There's a huge scandal in Spain. Because I'm
1:06:07
looking up here the where the hell was this is like 2000
1:06:12
elites, including CEO of a big pharma company. They they all
1:06:18
got their fake vaccine passport from this one nurse, you know,
1:06:22
soccer stars, television celebrities. And that's now come
1:06:29
out. And they actually the CEO. His deal was he got an injection
1:06:35
with saline. And there's people hacking who who have direct
1:06:40
access to the National Vaccine registry. I mean, this is this
1:06:45
is fantastic. Very, very smart, smart guys
1:06:48
gone out with certain cliques in this country to your your theory
1:06:53
about the NBA being most of them. is, I believe could is a
1:06:59
possibility. Yeah.
1:07:02
So anyway, yes. I think that that's why the elites are
1:07:06
staring us in the dread. I think bottom line, they really do.
1:07:10
They really believe that people will become useless. Most people
1:07:16
will be useless.
1:07:17
To most people are useless. But that's beside the point.
1:07:22
Yeah. So what do you do is you encourage you uselessness, and
1:07:26
I'm sorry to say it, but I think the what people are showing of
1:07:31
the LGBTQ plus community, I think a lot of these people are
1:07:36
useless to society, because they're clearly as educators,
1:07:40
especially. But I think that this is, you know, give them all
1:07:44
the benefits and be like these people and get benefits and get
1:07:48
a longer month and Black Black History Month, and get
1:07:51
protected, and, you know, be celebrated and get money and get
1:07:57
all kinds of stuff. I can just feel it. I can feel that this is
1:08:01
closing. I mean, isn't 1020 years, but I hope we get to
1:08:05
witness some of it because I want to see it come true.
1:08:07
Why you want some more money? No, I
1:08:09
just, I just want to make sure we were right. That's all
1:08:14
right. And where's my Check?
1:08:17
Check. Don't hold your breath. It's not going to come through
1:08:21
the ATM.
1:08:22
As we head into the summer season, the nation's power grid
1:08:25
regulator is issuing a stark warning. Large parts of America
1:08:29
could see blackouts and the timing temperatures caused
1:08:33
surging demand for energy. In its annual summer assessment.
1:08:36
The North American Electric Reliability Corporation says
1:08:40
that roughly two thirds of the US faces heightened risks of
1:08:43
power outages, noting that the Upper Midwest is facing a
1:08:46
capacity shortfall leading to a high risk of energy emergencies,
1:08:51
while the entire western US is at elevated risk of power
1:08:54
outages in the event of spikes in energy use.
1:08:58
Can they start this already? I wanted to test my generator. I'm
1:09:02
waiting for this thing to kick off.
1:09:04
Yeah, well, you'll be the first to know you're in Texas.
1:09:07
Exactly. Well, we have the same color on the chart. They showed
1:09:09
us California FYI. Orange.
1:09:13
Yeah, well, it depends you know, California is spotty though it
1:09:16
doesn't have like consistent places like I'm on a on a part
1:09:20
of the grid that's hooked to the police and fire department.
1:09:23
That's always that's always good. It's best blacked out
1:09:26
around me. It's never blacked out here. Yeah. It's a priority
1:09:32
area. I just happen to be in it by coincidence. Yeah. I've had
1:09:36
situation my son's you know, lives in the same town is down
1:09:42
on the other different part of the grid and the matrix, and he
1:09:46
gets cut off I don't know all the time regularly. No, not
1:09:49
regularly, like once every year. Maybe maybe once a year. It's
1:09:55
It's pretty. It's not like during the it's always when a
1:09:58
Democrats in office. Just put it that way, which is now all the
1:10:02
time, any moment. And it started with Gray Davis and the bull
1:10:06
crap whenever this he got kicked out of office he got recalled
1:10:09
because he was a bought totally into the Enron crap that had
1:10:13
taken over California,
1:10:14
right? Well, that's still ongoing here. I fully expect
1:10:20
something to go wrong in Texas. I mean, and yeah,
1:10:22
you did the absolute right thing, or they should
1:10:26
do I mean, come on, let's watch Where's Russia cyber attack on
1:10:29
our vulnerable infrastructure? I don't I mean, this is the I
1:10:33
mean, from a UK perspective. You know, this is this is the the
1:10:37
week to do it. And you've got the bank holiday. As the Queen
1:10:40
should keel over the ATM should not work. People can't go this
1:10:44
has always been the prediction it's going to happen on a bank
1:10:46
holiday. That's when they're going to pull the plug.
1:10:49
So I saw the Queen the other day she was at least on television.
1:10:53
I think this is a stand in
1:10:55
she's not one of those Abba illusions.
1:10:59
I'm pretty sure because people were actually touching her but
1:11:03
she has a cool was allowed to touch the Queen John Oh, she's
1:11:07
shaking hands with people. Oh, wow. Okay,
1:11:10
then again may prove that's not her.
1:11:15
So the Queen's Jubilee, how many years is she now?
1:11:18
75 years in office?
1:11:21
In office. All right. You got anything on her?
1:11:27
No, no, I've got nothing on her. She was clean as a whistle.
1:11:31
Queen's Jubilee.
1:11:32
Tomorrow in the United Kingdom four days of celebration began
1:11:36
marking the Queen's Platinum Jubilee 70 years on the throne.
1:11:40
The Jubilee is a moment to reflect on the defining moments
1:11:43
of Queen Elizabeth's reign. Last night we looked at how she
1:11:46
cemented relations between Britain and a newly independent
1:11:49
Garner. Tonight we examine the Queen's role in the Northern
1:11:53
Ireland peace process
1:11:55
Yeah, that was my clip yeah that's it that's all there is.
1:12:00
Well, I guess she's alive I guess I was wrong.
1:12:03
Oh no, you don't know that for sure she could be a stand in
1:12:07
that would be something I would do back in the old days but it's
1:12:10
it gets too tedious
1:12:14
you were good at with the with the Hillary stand ins you
1:12:17
probably that
1:12:17
was that was the standard that was a real standing I've met no
1:12:21
and
1:12:21
I think that our show highlighted that probably better
1:12:24
than any other any show broadcast podcast anything
1:12:29
because we had to nail in you had to you definitely had the
1:12:33
person on the wrong side thing nail and and it wasn't somebody
1:12:37
even that woman didn't even look like Hillary and everyone just
1:12:40
taking it for granted. It was her yeah. All right. Well, let's
1:12:44
go on to something else. Okay, but we're on guns we talked to
1:12:49
oh, let's do it. This is light is light pieces. Mona Lisa.
1:12:52
Somebody attacked the Mona Lisa. Yeah.
1:12:56
At the Louvre in Paris yesterday. She
1:12:59
say Louvre yes at the loop at the loop at the loop at the
1:13:02
loop.
1:13:03
The loop in parallel
1:13:06
loop. She she had her hair cut by Pierre wants now they shrink
1:13:10
disease. She thinks she's a Paris Jan
1:13:12
at the Louvre in Paris.
1:13:16
The loofah is at the loofah at
1:13:18
the Louvre in Paris yesterday started as a normal day museum
1:13:22
goers were waiting for their turn to take a look at maybe
1:13:25
snap a photo of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
1:13:29
Suddenly a man disguised as an old woman jumped out of a
1:13:33
wheelchair. Shocked bystanders watched as he threw a piece of
1:13:37
cake at the bulletproof glass protecting the paint as security
1:13:41
guards are escorting him out. He yells in French. Think of the
1:13:44
earth there are people who are destroying the earth. Think
1:13:47
about it. Artists tell you think of the earth. That's why I did
1:13:50
this. Luckily the painting was unharmed social media posts
1:13:54
showed smeared icing on its glass.
1:13:57
This is not the first time the painting has come under attack.
1:13:59
The Mona Lisa is kept behind bulletproof glass for a reason.
1:14:03
It's safe to say the Mona Lisa has been through a lot. Let's
1:14:06
see. So there was apparently 156 sulfuric acid
1:14:13
that's CAMI brothers. She's an associate professor of art
1:14:16
history at Northeastern University. She's a specialist
1:14:19
on Renaissance art. That acid attack she's describing is why
1:14:23
the Mona Lisa is behind glass today.
1:14:26
Another person then that same year for some reason, threw a
1:14:30
rock at it and chip the glass and damaged the painting ever so
1:14:34
slightly than
1:14:36
when it was in Tokyo on tour in 1974. So when sprayed red paint
1:14:40
on the glass, then Chem 2009 When someone threw hot coffee
1:14:44
shattering the mug, not the glass.
1:14:47
Well, this was partially informed, informative piece no
1:14:51
I find is kind of interesting. And I had to say to relate, so I
1:14:54
saw the Mona Lisa, three times I've
1:14:56
seen the Mona Lisa too.
1:14:57
I saw it in 73 before went on his tour. And I don't remember
1:15:02
it having glass on it, but it might have some glass on it and
1:15:05
but it was there, you could look at it. Nobody was, you know, the
1:15:07
people walked by it. And then I saw it again, probably 10 or 10
1:15:12
to 15 years later. And then there was a, there was a rope, a
1:15:18
little ropes keep away rope around the painting, which was
1:15:22
new. And there's a bunch of people gathered around it
1:15:25
because now you made it. Now it's like something Oh, is the
1:15:28
rope around? Are you ready to do this? Go see it. So the last
1:15:31
time I saw I think was Mimi. And it was, that's when I think
1:15:37
there was a big thick piece of glass, you could barely see the
1:15:39
painting. And the rope was really big and two guards were
1:15:43
there. So it's like, you know, this thing is getting worse and
1:15:46
worse by them. And this reminds me again of one of my stories
1:15:49
where I you've done this, what went to Stonehenge? Yeah, what
1:15:54
is wrong for you? Oh,
1:15:56
was hanging out and sit down
1:15:58
and I sat on the stones, looked at the cows was right nearby,
1:16:03
chewing away, and nobody cared. There wasn't any place there. It
1:16:07
was just like doing things change. So anyway, here's part
1:16:11
two of the Mona Lisa story.
1:16:13
So what is it about the Mona Lisa that causes such outbursts?
1:16:18
I'm not sure that I feel like there's anything about the
1:16:22
painting itself that elicits this reaction. I think it's very
1:16:26
much the kind of mystique that is created culturally around it.
1:16:32
Whatever his motive, the Associated Press reports that
1:16:35
the suspect and yesterday's attack was detained and taken
1:16:39
for psychiatric treatment.
1:16:40
And as for
1:16:41
the Mona Lisa,
1:16:42
she's still smiling.
1:16:44
Yeah, okay. Did you have a conclusion about this? Because
1:16:46
you said you want to say something?
1:16:48
Well, that was what I said about you know, having seen as he gets
1:16:51
more and more guarded and free will free I think that's
1:16:54
valuable.
1:16:55
I think the Mona Lisa specifically is has been abused
1:17:00
throughout the ages. When a media distraction was necessary
1:17:04
we need the machine needs the stories we just lost depth and
1:17:10
poor girl with the machine needs stories because stuff is going
1:17:15
on that you know This just can't be discussed too much and we and
1:17:19
we have
1:17:22
poor Cougar the way
1:17:25
this this is because you know what? I mean? No one What are
1:17:30
you never hear is it was the person from sunrise or you know,
1:17:33
whatever, you know? Oh, no, it was a man dressed as a woman and
1:17:37
through a cake
1:17:37
was in a band dresses in a wheelchair. Why?
1:17:42
Because to obfuscate the meat the whole thing is no one asks,
1:17:47
What organization were you from? What part of the earth are you a
1:17:51
climate change activist?
1:17:53
Can I Okay, boom, come on. Man has got a good example. This is
1:17:57
NPRs national treasure. This this story is under reporting
1:18:01
even though they had all these nice details that you've
1:18:03
complimented it's totally under reported. Guess who exactly was
1:18:07
this guy? Let's dig a little deeper into
1:18:11
how Gao interview problem How about an interview we
1:18:15
interviewed? This is what the Will Smith slap is about. All of
1:18:19
this stuff is intended to distract us and it's doing a
1:18:22
fabulous job. But now we got a problem. The biggest ratings
1:18:26
when although there's going to be a follow up series with with
1:18:30
the Johnny and the Pooh. Pooh girl. This is amusing ourselves
1:18:38
to death. That's it. People don't even know why the Mona
1:18:42
Lisa is special. I despise the Jesse Waters program. I kind of
1:18:48
don't he irritates me. But I always I always tune in. You're
1:18:52
with me right
1:18:53
now. I'm with you on a set for one thing. One major thing the
1:18:58
man on the street? No, I always tune in. I never tune in. No,
1:19:03
I I always catch the last five minutes because that's how I set
1:19:09
up your record and Tucker. Yes, at least in a talker. And he
1:19:12
always has dynamite man on the street packages, which is short.
1:19:18
That's how he got his start. Yeah. But now he sends his
1:19:21
intern out to do it. You see so
1:19:24
let's just do a little analysis from producers perspective.
1:19:27
But so what why is man on the street the best type of
1:19:30
entertainment and or reporting not mutually exclusive.
1:19:34
was very interesting because you get to see how stupid people are
1:19:37
makes you feel better. That's the basis and that's the good
1:19:40
man on the street. I've only and I've done it, but I'm no good at
1:19:44
it. And I have a friend Marty or Dogen a joke writers really
1:19:48
extremely good at it. But Jesse waters is really good at two
1:19:52
ends. And I concluded that's that's why I don't like somebody
1:19:56
else doing it for him. Is that it's that looked at Craig You
1:20:00
see kind of Bugs Bunny look of innocence. When you're asking
1:20:04
the questions, that's the key to man on the street. Marty Higgins
1:20:07
who's our man on this. If he was doing anything for us, he has
1:20:12
that kind of looked at us like if it's so inoffensive looking
1:20:16
Yeah, Mark Dice was okay for a while. Yeah, Mark Dice was okay
1:20:20
for a while, but he I think even he's become too cynical and
1:20:23
doing it. But Jesse waters, it's a really good job. Because, you
1:20:28
know, it's like, who won? Who won the Civil War? I mean, this
1:20:32
kind of shit. You know, Germany. Yeah. You just put together and
1:20:37
in this case, he's on the beach with babes with babes smart men
1:20:41
bikinis. They dudes to in bikinis. And like, he says
1:20:47
young, good looking people and they're stupid. They're dumb as
1:20:50
rocks, but of course, and then you always have one guy who's
1:20:54
who's like, yep, yep. Unit has all the answers. And he's like
1:20:57
this mystical kind of character helps if it's a black guy. I'm
1:21:01
just telling you how it works in production. Oh man, look at that
1:21:04
guy. He's made like you know, kind of like a Dinsdale type of
1:21:07
smart guy was shades on that's that's the whole package. But
1:21:11
meanwhile, his rocks that's kind of the level that we that we've
1:21:16
sunk to
1:21:19
what Jay Leno was doing this man on the street called a walk
1:21:23
walking or something I can't remember the exact name of his
1:21:26
bid, but he did that probably for 20 years. And he would go
1:21:30
out and his bit was he had to kind of a friendly enough look
1:21:34
to get away with it because he went on it. He was the show host
1:21:36
and he went on the streets so waters has no excuse but okay,
1:21:40
so lie we
1:21:42
lie Witness News was the segment.
1:21:45
No, no, no, that's Jimmy Kimmel was bit Oh,
1:21:48
I'm sorry. Okay. You're right.
1:21:50
There's walk in with Jay. Yeah. Jay, walking back.
1:21:54
There it is. Second time you said boom, be careful.
1:21:58
I'm sorry. But I was last time I said boom is spent when
1:22:02
No, You just said that. I nailed it with the rhythm on least you
1:22:05
said boom. I said
1:22:07
it again. Two times several times. And so then out and he
1:22:11
and he has his added little bit was he always tried to find
1:22:15
someone with that's in at UCLA or use some college kid or a Law
1:22:21
School grad. You know, person in law school already graduated
1:22:24
from college and ask them the simplest questions, they can
1:22:27
answer them. And then he would ridicule the fact that they're
1:22:30
hyper educated exam, as you say, dumb as a rock anyway. Yeah, the
1:22:37
collection of that stuff is just it's phenomenal. It's actually
1:22:41
unbelievable,
1:22:42
but it's also a it's always a stark reminder that there is a
1:22:45
large portion of the population that really just doesn't I mean,
1:22:49
and they're living their lives you know, I got no problem to
1:22:52
deal with fine. Although, holy crap, man. These kids who
1:22:56
everybody I know who's millennial even upper upper
1:23:01
level Millennials are in deep shit now because their rents are
1:23:04
all going up. 30% 30% Yeah, it's great. They gotta move out of
1:23:11
cities. I mean, and where to and then what and then what do you
1:23:14
do? I mean, this is this is this is this is an issue it's well,
1:23:23
you you did a smart thing. You helped your all your kids by
1:23:27
their homes. Get out of mine.
1:23:31
out right to be lonely dad?
1:23:34
No. Oh, yeah. Real lonely. Ha, I need you to come by, you know,
1:23:39
it's time to feed the dog and walk the dog during the show. So
1:23:43
yeah, so that's what that is, is our our news has now gone to
1:23:48
this. All stations broke right away to bring you the the depth
1:23:53
trial at the top of the even everyone talker spends 10
1:23:58
minutes on it. Come on
1:24:00
right now. First, we decided not to cover it at all, both of us
1:24:04
kind of simultaneously set for update, or just mentioning it or
1:24:09
using the phrasing this poor girl thing. But now we're
1:24:14
actually talking about to the extent but we do it in context
1:24:17
of something else. So we're not actually talking about the case.
1:24:19
The case is as interesting as it as it might be. And my mentioned
1:24:24
that she should sue the ACLU. Yeah, that's interesting, is an
1:24:28
interesting way to look at it. But why is the ACLU getting
1:24:32
involved in this sort of thing anyway, getting her to sign off
1:24:35
on an op ed?
1:24:36
Well, that was the metoo had nothing to do with but that was
1:24:39
the whole metoo moment that was that's what we're
1:24:41
trying to take advantage of. And she did publish this thought it
1:24:45
was a good idea at the time. Yes, I guess not. No.
1:24:50
Now of course, we can also look at the the way. Bullcrap news is
1:24:58
typically done This is an excellent example. From the I
1:25:03
think the Daily Mail is the one doing the trick here. And the
1:25:06
trick goes as follows you as a big publication say, Well,
1:25:10
according to the Uganda times, blah, blah, blah, blah, and
1:25:15
blah, blah, blah from the Uganda times it was written by your
1:25:18
agent in, in Uganda. Or,
1:25:21
by the way, I have a really good clip, you have to look it up.
1:25:25
It's got it's called the Stockman, CIA. Prop methodology
1:25:30
is exactly about what you're talking about. And Stockman is
1:25:33
an ex CIA guy, and he explains it in great detail.
1:25:36
Well, one of the four principal functions of the CIA is to
1:25:40
gather intelligence and ideally forward it to the president to
1:25:45
users of information to policymakers. As I say, there
1:25:49
are other functions, however, some of them more legitimate
1:25:52
than others. One is to run Secret Wars, the covert action
1:25:56
that's written and talked about so much like what's happening in
1:25:59
Nicaragua today from Honduras. Another thing is to disseminate
1:26:05
propaganda to influence people's minds. And this is a major
1:26:09
function of the CIA. And, unfortunately, of course, it
1:26:14
overlaps into the gathering of information, you have contact
1:26:18
with a journalist, you will give him true stories, you'll get
1:26:21
information from him, you'll also give him false stories. For
1:26:25
example, in my my war, the angle of war that I helped to manage a
1:26:31
1/3 of my staff was propaganda. Ironically, it's called covert
1:26:34
action inside the CIA outside that means the violent part. I
1:26:38
had propagandists all over the world, principally in London,
1:26:42
Kinshasa and Zambia. We were, we would take stories which we
1:26:47
would write and put them in the Zambia times, and then pull them
1:26:52
out and send them to journalist on our payroll in Europe. But
1:26:57
his cover story you see would be that he had gotten from his
1:27:00
stringer in Lusaka, who had gotten them from the Zambia
1:27:02
times, we had the complicity of the government of Zambia,
1:27:06
Kenneth colander, if you will, to put these false stories into
1:27:09
his newspapers. But after that point, the journalists, Reuters
1:27:14
and AFP, the management was not witting of it. Now our contact
1:27:18
man in Europe was, and we pumped to just just dozens of stories
1:27:23
about Cuban atrocities Cuban rapists. In one case, we had the
1:27:29
Cuban rapists caught and tried by the open wound to maidens who
1:27:34
had been their victims. And then we ran photographs and made
1:27:38
almost every newspaper in the country of the Cubans being
1:27:42
executed by the OB moonda women who supposedly had been victims.
1:27:46
But you these were fake photos. Oh, absolutely. We didn't know
1:27:49
of one single atrocity committed by the Cubans. It was pure, raw,
1:27:53
false propaganda to to create an illusion of communists, you
1:27:59
know, eating babies for breakfast.
1:28:02
And we still think they eat babies for breakfast. It works
1:28:07
so well.
1:28:09
It's a good trick,
1:28:10
who was the Stockman character,
1:28:12
stuck his neck CA You can look him up. He's pretty famous. He
1:28:15
wrote a book or something. It became kind of a short lived
1:28:19
celebrity as a spook
1:28:21
that, by the way, was an outstanding example of our
1:28:26
system working. You knew what the tip what the clip was
1:28:29
titled.
1:28:32
You actually knew it.
1:28:35
Yeah, yeah. And that's why I could find it. Yeah, you
1:28:38
find it quickly and you were playing it before I finished
1:28:40
good work.
1:28:41
To this. This system is being used not by the CIA. palki
1:28:47
Sharma. It can be used by anybody. It's a good system. But
1:28:50
well, here it is. palki Sharma lays it out for us without
1:28:54
knowing she's laying it out. This story has been concocted
1:28:57
this in the same manner.
1:28:58
Now. There's a wild claim circulating in Britain it's
1:29:01
being attributed to the Mi six and it concerns the well being
1:29:04
of the Russian president. This says that President Putin is
1:29:10
dead and that the Kremlin is using his body double for public
1:29:14
appearances.
1:29:15
This came from the Daily Mail who literally got it from the
1:29:21
India Times with some bullshit like this and that comes through
1:29:26
now as oh yeah am I sick says no, no mi six has spoken but
1:29:32
Putin is dead it's a body double and we have the exact opposite
1:29:37
with the with G G is also I don't have a clip of g is also
1:29:42
supposed to be dead. We got a bunch of dead guys and who's
1:29:46
who's fighting then?
1:29:49
I'm still idea.
1:29:50
I mean, seriously, it's also but okay, it doesn't matter. But
1:29:53
everybody
1:29:54
those two guys are dead. We have as president of Walking Dead.
1:29:57
We we do it With that, I'd like to thank you for your courage
1:30:01
and say in the morning to you the man who put the C
1:30:03
incombustible. Boom ladies and gentlemen Mr. John C Devorah.
1:30:10
Industry also in the morning will shift to see boots in the
1:30:14
ground feet news so there's a new router and little games
1:30:17
out there. Okay, you are yours. I can, you are spiking the
1:30:21
meters. Back off just a little bit. I went full on red. I had I
1:30:27
had you all the way into the zone in the morning to the
1:30:30
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off man. The trolls have just fallen by the wayside?
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it is the future as Elon Musk continues to destroy Twitter.
1:32:16
Did you guys did you guys discuss it on on Tuesday.
1:32:20
Discuss what Twitter is you said Andrew Horowitz was starting to
1:32:24
agree agree with me that he
1:32:26
was yeah he's been yeah he thinks that the sums up on this
1:32:31
it's something okay that was think the artists for episode
1:32:37
1455 We titled that one oh second Here we go. We've titled
1:32:44
that one systemic rivals kind of in the hope that we hear that
1:32:48
one pop up in in in the interim days between shows. I haven't
1:32:52
really seen it but we'll see if we still did now. This was our
1:32:57
Memorial Day episode and we think capitalist agenda once
1:33:02
again now is this now the hattrick as he as you know he's
1:33:05
on two in a row now I can't remember how many he's done.
1:33:08
Capitalist agenda. Yeah, I thought is this two in a row for
1:33:11
him now or not? I don't know. Well, who
1:33:15
tracks this year your department to keep up with this? So really?
1:33:19
When I told I was always in the impression I didn't you might be
1:33:22
I think it's tuner I might be I make it I don't know. Oh no
1:33:24
matter what it was we had a lot of debates about this particular
1:33:27
episode
1:33:28
about the not about the episode but about the art about the art
1:33:32
so it was fine. So what we want we wound up choosing this
1:33:36
beautiful piece now we aren't when it's a special day we'd
1:33:38
like choosing something that goes along with like Mother's
1:33:40
Day or a whole other kind of holiday. So Memorial Day, we're
1:33:44
always looking for something good. We'll talk about the the
1:33:48
options we have but this particular piece had a lot in it
1:33:52
it had the no agenda blimp Zeppelin, which of course we
1:33:56
talked about it had on top left there it had an oil can with a
1:34:02
hose coming out to the bottom right which is the the gas
1:34:07
nozzle siphon siphoning off correctly. With a 33 hoes just
1:34:13
had a lot and Memorial Day Of course
1:34:15
it was it was well done. It was called a tattoo. It's yeah, it
1:34:19
looked like it could be a tattoo. It's very it was just a
1:34:21
pretty a super professional looking couldn't top it piece.
1:34:26
The only piece that I liked better, unfortunately was the
1:34:30
one below it which was a babe. Yeah. saluting the flag
1:34:34
and we both we both went okay, that's a great piece.
1:34:38
Yeah, cuz it's cheese cake. A lot of a lot of patriotic cheese
1:34:43
stolen, it was stolen art. We can't use a stop giving a stolen
1:34:47
art.
1:34:49
I mean, it was literally from a playing card or something. It
1:34:53
was like commercial art. And Steve who sent that in I'm sure
1:34:58
he's new. I just don't have
1:35:01
a lot of pieces submitted Kendrick, one of the giveaways
1:35:03
I'll tell you some people out there, like he's he's got some
1:35:08
he did a nice Memorial Day piece that was competitive, called
1:35:15
more just called Memorial Day. And he did another one called
1:35:17
honor. That was good. Yeah, he's also did the but but he's only
1:35:20
done 12345 pieces. And they're, you know, the thing is it was
1:35:26
like we had to run it through the search because these other
1:35:30
pieces unless they're stolen to work pretty, pretty artistic. So
1:35:36
but now you can we can't use? I mean, if it was excellent. Why
1:35:40
don't you just explain the role as head transpose that might
1:35:44
work? Now, you want
1:35:46
to explain the rules. You want to explain the rules for
1:35:49
everybody for the newcomers?
1:35:52
Yes, you can use youth there's fair use of public domain of art
1:35:57
that is in the public domain somehow in public domain, but
1:36:00
still copyrighted. And if you if you mess with it enough, or do
1:36:05
certain things to it is fair game, and no one's going to come
1:36:08
after you. And if they do, it's unfair to you. You can you can
1:36:13
make parodies and mock things
1:36:16
that will stand behind our choices. Yeah.
1:36:19
But you can't just rip something off and then put just put the no
1:36:22
agenda logo at the top. That's no good. No. And even once in a
1:36:29
while we get some of these little sketches in between, you
1:36:31
know, okay, well, it's probably not that we're going to we're
1:36:36
going to err on the side of caution on all of our choices.
1:36:42
Now there's a couple other pieces of the one another one by
1:36:44
capitalists agenda down at the bottom. That was I didn't see
1:36:49
the first time I saw it. I saw it when I was looking for art
1:36:53
for the newsletter and then Memorial Day with with the no
1:36:56
agenda. Yeah, no. And then Danny transpose isn't a very slick
1:37:02
piece because he's got the no agenda dropped down in red,
1:37:05
white and blue. And then he's got transposed in front of it
1:37:09
the images from the soldiers in the sergeant giant work of art
1:37:16
that's at the at the War Museum in London called gassed. May not
1:37:22
that's what it reminds me of, I don't know where the where he
1:37:24
got these these silhouettes, but it was Britain.
1:37:26
It's British helmets. So yes, yes. World War
1:37:29
One British. And that is what kind of the image of gas which
1:37:35
is a terrific piece. And it's a huge, it's a monster. It's like
1:37:40
eight feet tall and about 20 feet wide. Something like that.
1:37:45
Is a stunning piece, and I would recommend seeing if you ever get
1:37:48
a chance. But so I think this was a beautiful piece. But the
1:37:52
other piece was better.
1:37:54
Yeah, there were several Mona Lisa pieces. I think some of
1:37:57
those might have just been memes from out there as well.
1:38:00
Appreciate all the jokes about gums and dentists. I've realized
1:38:07
they made a phenomenal mistake by sharing my my personal
1:38:14
medical issue. Do you know how many emails I've gotten with a
1:38:18
variety? I mean, it's completely confusing. Don't do that? No,
1:38:24
there's you can do it with healthy men. You know, like
1:38:26
living change your diet. Don't do that. There's laser now. Oh,
1:38:31
man, that's the best thing I've ever done. Dude, like, you'll
1:38:36
never speak the same and just just, I mean, everyone means
1:38:39
well, but now I'm so confused now. I'm like afraid although
1:38:43
I'm already I'm already underway in my process. Everyone has an a
1:38:48
different way of approaching this is really interesting.
1:38:51
Lasers. Yeah, there's some laser it's called Lanta. I mean, I'm
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looking through it all and I'm doing my research. It's just
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like holy crap. I didn't expect all that actually turns out it
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may not be all that bad. But I will have to go into general
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anesthesia for the work Ouch. I've never never been under
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general anesthesia. Here it kind of sucks. Well, you haven't
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either.
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neither have
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I Oh, you're one of the few I was with the periodontist he
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says, Man you've never really had anything said no. He says
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wow, that's kind of uncommon. Like really? Because people are
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sick. Oh no. Well, we appreciate the work that all these artists
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have done even now. It's even our Steve thank you for the for
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the effort of course just a great piece by Yeah, I mean
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there's there's lots of other great pieces I like to Camus
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freedom right Ah yeah, there's definitely is always good piece
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is some new stuff for today. You know like, Parker Polly, we're
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not going to do the Mona Lisa with with cupcakes on her boobs
1:40:14
now that was that's a little crass a little much. But yeah,
1:40:21
but this this one was just perfect for Memorial Day. Oh,
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that was that was one of the man on the street things. What do
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you know what Memorial Day is about?
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Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Let me just say I can tell you.
1:40:34
Why don't you since most of the millennials that watch the Jesse
1:40:37
waters show don't know
1:40:40
Memorial Day which was originally called Decoration
1:40:43
Day. Yes. Which I pointed out in the newsletter, so I'm pretty
1:40:46
familiar with it is to honor the fallen Only it's not to honor
1:40:51
the veterans. It's to honor those who died in war. Oh,
1:40:56
really is for all people. Anyone who died in a war? Yeah, I
1:41:01
didn't know that. Well, I don't mean it. I mean, anyone who died
1:41:04
in the military in the war, I don't take his for it's just
1:41:05
somebody who got bombed. And so the decoration there was because
1:41:10
that's when you're supposed to go to the graveyards, cemeteries
1:41:12
or Arlington or wherever you go, and you're supposed to load up
1:41:15
with flags. And you're supposed to, you know, honor the those
1:41:20
that died during the war. And that was that was changed to
1:41:25
Memorial Day. Because the Decoration Day sounds like
1:41:28
something to Memorial,
1:41:29
but Memorial Day, isn't that just basically a day for
1:41:32
mattress sales?
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To Memorial Day Sale? Yeah. I think that's where we've taken
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You've got ah, Harmon.
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By the way. You have started a craze with the Yak Did you know
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that? Do you know the very famous blogger Jeffrey or
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YouTuber Jeffree Star you ever heard of Jeffree Star? No, I'm
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I'm setting up a yak ranch in Casper, Wyoming, and he's going
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That's one of the places where we're, yeah. Wyoming is a big
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spot hot spot for the Yak.
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Yeah. So, you know, you are the one that spearheaded this. And
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now she's going away with all the profits. Wow, this was an
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exit strategy for us. It was clear. We should have been in on
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it.
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A keynote. They really have good reasons for that. I said, you
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know, I may have seen this. This person. She before
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a lot of cats. Oh, yeah. Definitely seen Jeffrey star.
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So. Yeah, the problem is, does do either one of us want to run
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a yak ranch. I'm really thinking No.
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I got the dog for it. Yeah,
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he got a dog. That's it. As far as we've gotten
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a call. We're on our way. Thank you very much, Amy and John.
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We'll see you at the roundtable later.
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formula is this we go out for yet people in the mouth
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talk a little bit about Ukraine. I think it's a good idea. We're
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throwing more money away
1:58:25
but there's more money going to Ukraine now.
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Yes. That's why if you want to get right to that let's play the
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clip Ukrainian new missiles.
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Oh, yeah. Yeah, he wants to sending another package of
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weapons and equipment to Ukraine including advanced what
1:58:41
is that Amazon Prime? He's I hate this term package. It's
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just it's been in my craw since the day they've been doing this
1:58:48
but I say it again what they keep talking about the new
1:58:51
package. Why is it why did they keep calling it a package? I
1:58:56
just don't understand the term. We have never heard this.
1:59:00
Interesting.
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Okay. He was sending another package of weapons and equipment
1:59:04
to Ukraine including advanced rocket systems is NPR is Jackie
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Northam explain secretary of state entity Blinken says this
1:59:11
shipment of security assistance worth 700 millionaires for
1:59:14
defense purposes only
1:59:15
Secretary Blinken says this latest round of weapons are the
1:59:18
most advanced provided to Ukraine in the four month old
1:59:22
war. He says the sophisticated weapons bound for Ukraine will
1:59:26
help propel Russian aggression and put Ukraine in a better
1:59:29
position at the negotiating table, but will not be used to
1:59:33
launch offensive attacks.
1:59:34
The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will not
1:59:37
use these systems against targets on Russian territory.
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There is a strong trust drawn between Ukraine in the United
1:59:43
States, as well as with our allies and partners.
1:59:46
This latest tranche of weaponry brings the total US military
1:59:50
assistance to Ukraine to roughly $4.6 billion.
1:59:54
Yeah, this this needs to be stopped immediately.
1:59:58
Immediately. Ukraine has promised not to point it at
2:00:02
Russia and hit targets in Russia. Oh please we know what's
2:00:08
going to happen
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yeah, you're gonna point it at Russia and hit targets and
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Russia Yes.
2:00:13
And we're gonna get away and we're gonna get blamed because
2:00:18
our package I mean, just the fact that they're saying that
2:00:23
because these are really medium range missiles right these are
2:00:26
ballistic missiles medium range
2:00:28
45 miles so they can get into Russia 45 miles in which good
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distance
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Why would you give these people anything like that?
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Oh, no. I get the two or three more clips.
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What is that? Setup man? That's a setup. That's the setup.
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Something's amiss. I agree. I agree. Let's well let's go to
2:00:50
this clips then this well, I got two sets of clips. I got either
2:00:53
Russia real rundown which I think maybe we should play that
2:00:56
and then we can play the BBC clips and hear what the Brits
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think.
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Okay, say Russia real rundown. Ukraine. I have Uvalde real
2:01:08
rundown. I don't see a Ukraine or Russia real rundown.
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Oh, okay. We'll skip it then and go to Ukraine BBC One.
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As Russian troops are getting closer to seizing control of a
2:01:22
key city in eastern Ukraine. The United States and Germany are
2:01:25
sending more advanced weapons to help Ukrainian forces. The US is
2:01:30
promising long range rocket systems, or Germany is sending
2:01:33
our defenses and tracking radar. Russia has responded by accusing
2:01:37
the US of adding fuel to the fire. This comes as Russian
2:01:41
troops are ramping up their assault on Ukraine's eastern
2:01:44
Donbass region, with reports of street fighting in several
2:01:47
Donetsk Russian forces are now said to be in control of 70% of
2:01:52
this strategically important city. The BBC has James
2:01:55
Waterhouse reports from key with the very latest
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faces of anxiety, wives and mothers of Ukrainian soldiers on
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the front line brought together by frustration of their lack of
2:02:07
support.
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Lack of support what lack of support are we talking about?
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It's not enough it's unbelievable. I mean, lack of
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support we're sending them guns with true guns on the streets.
2:02:23
We got to just so people can pick them up. And we do is
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giving a missile systems and tanks and radars This is the BBC
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the BBC this the BBC reporting not enough.
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Not enough lack of support. Okay, let's go to part two of
2:02:41
this that maybe we get more light is more of this. This the
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kind of thanks we get is the way I see
2:02:46
it. I'm very worried. I know he's sitting in the trenches
2:02:51
there. I know they're a wounded and kill. I believe that if they
2:02:55
receive proper weapons, they're warriors and they will fight for
2:02:59
the sovereignty of Ukraine, defend our country and get
2:03:02
overseas territories back.
2:03:04
oldest son was called up to fight two months ago. Today is
2:03:08
his 41st birthday.
2:03:09
So we know then that it is his birthday today, but I cannot
2:03:14
even congratulate him and tell him that I love him and to wait
2:03:19
for him
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456 miles to the east, a reflection of Ukraine's
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loosening grip on the other hand, squeegee and satellite
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images showing damage from shelling to commercial Vacca and
2:03:30
several vignettes. Russian soldiers now appear to move
2:03:34
through its streets and wander into this State Security Service
2:03:38
buildings are thought to be Chechen fighters who have a
2:03:42
reputation for being almost all of the Lohan's region is in
2:03:47
Moscow's control. Russia's gains are relatively small, but the
2:03:53
cities they now occupied won't be easily retaken. And that is
2:03:57
why Ukraine is asking for help to do more than simply be on the
2:04:00
defensive. more,
2:04:05
do more. It's not enough. Do more. I have one clip related to
2:04:10
Ukraine. Did you find your other one the Russia timeline?
2:04:12
No, that other one was your right as you just reread. I read
2:04:16
it wrong. I will mention this. Why don't they have
2:04:19
negotiations? And you know, this is not unusual that countries do
2:04:23
this when I'm going to say sell them for a good amount of money
2:04:28
that those pieces of Ukraine which are mostly Russian already
2:04:31
sell it to the Russians for some, you know, rageous amount
2:04:34
and a good amount of money. I mean, we bought Louisiana
2:04:37
purchase from the French. We bought half the United States
2:04:40
from the French and then we bought the Alaskan area and some
2:04:44
of the Northern remember remembers on the Russians.
2:04:49
The you're talking about our weapons to Ukraine, sell them to
2:04:52
Ukraine, is that what you're saying?
2:04:53
No one knows how to sell that. The Donbass sell Oh, sell the
2:04:58
region, sell the region. To the Russians for a good piece of
2:05:02
money because it's mostly Russian anyway, this is never
2:05:05
going to end. It's killing Ukrainians left and right. They
2:05:08
don't want that. And it's like, you know, do a deal. Sell the
2:05:13
region. Do a phony baloney election first. Oh, yeah. Okay,
2:05:18
we all want to do that. Celery. Yeah, you want to phony baloney
2:05:23
election? Yeah. And so then sell the region, that whole area to
2:05:26
the Russians and make them pay and then bid and then collect a
2:05:29
royalty on the wheat that they grow in that area. And you're
2:05:32
good to go. And you just don't have this ridiculous situation.
2:05:35
You act like there's an actual situation like we know what's
2:05:37
going on. Have you seen any reporting from the front,
2:05:40
anything that looks like wartime reporting in the past, you free
2:05:43
to get in hurt and you've seen nothing? We have no idea what's
2:05:47
true and what's not. As far as I'm concerned.
2:05:52
I don't care. I don't care what we're getting is true or not
2:05:55
sell it. All right, well, shall it
2:06:01
curry Devorah consulting group agrees. There is an opportunity
2:06:06
to sell it. That is unfortunately not how the world
2:06:10
operates. Sort
2:06:12
of, it's always operated that way. People are shouting, the
2:06:16
country left and right. Not anymore. Well, let's riads
2:06:19
Instituto, who could happen when let's reinstitute the idea. I
2:06:24
think it's a great now they're fighting over these properties
2:06:26
that could be bought and sold. It used to be the 1800s It was
2:06:29
always a major thing. That's all you did. But if someone's we own
2:06:33
that error, but if someone can take something
2:06:35
if someone takes something from you, and then you say I'm going
2:06:37
to sell it back to you, that's kind of sour. Because you know,
2:06:41
I think that Russia, Putin certainly believes that the
2:06:44
Donbass region belongs to Russia. That's why he's there.
2:06:48
That's what
2:06:49
they want. The international community sees it as property of
2:06:51
Ukraine, Ukraine can sell to Russia, Russia.
2:06:54
But Russia can't buy or tiny. They can't buy money. They can't
2:06:58
buy it. They can't buy it because they're no longer part
2:07:00
of Swift. All right. No, this is the way that the world works.
2:07:10
This is a clip from retired colonel. What is his name?
2:07:15
Richard. He's been around Richard black known as Dick
2:07:20
black Senator Dick black, remember him?
2:07:24
He was that Dick black mystic
2:07:26
black former head of the United States Army's criminal law
2:07:30
division. at the Pentagon, he was in politics for a while too,
2:07:34
and I think he's in politics anymore. This is a good no
2:07:38
agenda refresher for those of you who have joined us long
2:07:42
after the days of the economic hitman. And the globalization,
2:07:45
it's just going to explain to you how the US works out China
2:07:49
works in their way, it's worthy of a listen to this clip,
2:07:53
let me just point out the illusion of Russian and Chinese
2:07:58
aggression around the world. You'll hear this repeated many,
2:08:02
many times, then Russia is going to take over the entire world,
2:08:06
China's taking over the world, they're doing all this stuff. If
2:08:11
you look at the number of foreign bases, between the US
2:08:16
and the UK, we have about 900 overseas military bases bases
2:08:22
where we have troops stationed in foreign countries, the total
2:08:27
basis of the the Russians and the Chinese. About 35, we've
2:08:33
created this bizarre illusion, because the war industrial
2:08:37
complex must have enemies, you cannot manufacture weapons when
2:08:43
you don't have enemies. And so we create this illusion that
2:08:48
they're coming together as they're there on our doorstep.
2:08:51
And the fact of the matter is that China is out to make a
2:08:55
buck. They want money. They yes, they the Belt and Road
2:09:01
Initiative is very important. But they have a different
2:09:04
paradigm. Our paradigm is we we go into our country, we set up
2:09:11
NGOs, we take over, you know the government by coup if we can't,
2:09:18
then we just we just bombed the place to smithereens half the
2:09:21
time. And you compare that with the love the love foreign policy
2:09:26
of China, which is you go in you work with whatever government is
2:09:30
there, you don't, you don't you're not judgmental, but you
2:09:34
make hard business decisions, you make investments. And I
2:09:39
think for people who are comparing the foreign aid
2:09:42
paradigm of, of the US and China, they're saying, you know,
2:09:48
my my, my likelihood of surviving is much higher if I
2:09:53
follow the Chinese paradigm. So we can, we can a single check
2:09:59
out On to Ukraine. That is as big as the entire military
2:10:05
budget of Russia for a year. With multiple wars against Iraq.
2:10:13
We fought in Somalia, we fought in Bosnia, we fought in Haiti.
2:10:17
We fought in Kosovo, Afghanistan, Yemen, Libya,
2:10:21
Uganda, Syria. I've probably missed half a dozen wars that
2:10:28
that we fought we fight everywhere.
2:10:32
Exactly. So I would like to say as an American, let's stop being
2:10:38
dicks let's get stop these people from doing this.
2:10:45
And how do you propose that with Bitcoin?
2:10:49
I don't know. Bitcoin fixes this, don't you know that? Now
2:10:55
this this, in fact, that's kind of funny, because it is kind of
2:10:59
true. I mean, ultimately, we're defending our, our Fiat reserve
2:11:04
currency, the dollar with guns, that's the full faith and credit
2:11:07
of the United States. So we are in and in this case, we are kind
2:11:11
of defending it with everything that is been doing to this
2:11:15
global energy producer, Russia, and others who you know, we've
2:11:21
we've seen Saddam Hussein and Gaddafi both who wanted to start
2:11:25
selling oil in euros or the gold dinar whatever that that Gambit
2:11:31
was. Yeah, we went in, we kicked their ass. You know,
2:11:35
we have an issue here. Of course, this is the EU that
2:11:39
created this. And even though we'd like to take credit for it,
2:11:42
we don't want to rush in selling their oil in rubles. No. We
2:11:48
wanted to think this day the same as Yeah, okay, we don't
2:11:50
like you anymore. And you shouldn't be selling your oil to
2:11:52
anybody, but you have to sell the oil, you might as well sell
2:11:54
it. But if you're going to sell it, you have to sell in Petro
2:11:57
dollars. You have to sell it in the US dollars. But the idiocy
2:11:59
makes me wonder who's behind really trying to screw us here?
2:12:03
Is it Russia? Or is it the EU and they cut off Swift? They're
2:12:07
the ones who cut the SWIFT system. Correct. Whereas we've
2:12:10
proven on our show by playing their clips. Well, wasn't our
2:12:15
idea.
2:12:16
But what are the chances that every country or every region is
2:12:20
taking their own little credit for this? I mean, the UK is
2:12:23
taking credit. They're not a part of the EU. The EU is taking
2:12:26
credit. They're not a part of the UK. The US is taking credit.
2:12:30
This is how globalism works. This is your build back better
2:12:33
crew. We're all good. They're all taking credit for doing
2:12:38
this. Where they were the ones paying for it.
2:12:40
UK are the ones we're paying for the whole thing. UK is running
2:12:45
the psi off talking a big game, especially the EU those guys are
2:12:48
just we I think Nuland was always right when she said eff
2:12:52
the EU.
2:12:54
Did you? Did you see that? That phone call has been removed from
2:12:59
YouTube as a big big to do about it?
2:13:03
Because the old call what is it? Why?
2:13:05
It's embarrassing? That's why it's embarrassing
2:13:09
to do it the embarrassment of our State Department.
2:13:12
Let's play the 13 second excerpt
2:13:13
right I'm dropping off laughing This is what I'll say. You
2:13:28
been removed been? Memory hold?
2:13:33
Yeah. Well, we still have it and we can play it it. Will
2:13:35
we also have the full length.
2:13:37
The whole thing we do? Yes.
2:13:40
Yes. He's the guy. He's the guy to kind of midwife this. I mean,
2:13:44
we've played it so often. I know it.
2:13:47
We play it a lot. We needed to come in and do it had a voice
2:13:50
and in the agenda social about how what? Why when, by being
2:13:56
insulting called the dude named Ben. And it had to you had to
2:13:59
somebody had explained it to him. And it was a very poor
2:14:02
explanation. I came in and said, hey, it was from a congressional
2:14:06
hearing I had the explanation was at least better than just
2:14:10
think it was some insult.
2:14:11
Well, since it's been brought up. This is Chaffetz. This was
2:14:15
the the IRS lady who was being interrogated in in Congress
2:14:21
because of how they were using the IRS to target conservative
2:14:26
groups, conservative nonprofits. And there was a question about
2:14:31
where some email or some information came from that came
2:14:34
from the IT department.
2:14:36
Was anybody in the IT arena?
2:14:39
Um, I didn't actually interact directly with people in the IT
2:14:45
arena. There was somebody whose name was I can't even remember
2:14:51
his last name. I think his first name may have been been
2:14:53
a guy named Ben a dude named Ben bear. It is well, there it is
2:14:57
dude named Ben. By the way, the disdain She has for someone in
2:15:01
the IT in Japan of 90 million you make the same money. Would
2:15:05
you interact with the pilot of your airplane lady? That's the
2:15:09
level you need to to bring your dudes to and
2:15:14
I don't remember his last name is a guy name band. I think your
2:15:19
guy works in a department. Yeah. Yeah, that was that's the dude
2:15:26
named Ben. Yeah, we do have to remind people every six months
2:15:29
to a year every year.
2:15:32
So this thing is, there's clearly a lot about this is all
2:15:35
about energy. It's abusing the situation to push us towards the
2:15:39
Green Deal, the European Green Deal known here as the Green New
2:15:42
Deal. Everyone has the same thing. It behooves everybody.
2:15:46
This is a little underreported story as Iran comes into the mix
2:15:51
and check
2:15:51
this out is seen those are Iranian commandos dropping onto
2:15:55
a Greek oil tanker in the Persian Gulf last week. A second
2:15:59
Greek tanker was also boarded. The incident seemed to be
2:16:02
retaliation for Greece's assisting the US in seizing oil
2:16:05
from an Iranian ship in the Mediterranean two days earlier.
2:16:09
Yeah. What do you think they stopped Iranian ship with with
2:16:14
dodgy oil?
2:16:16
Yeah, it looks like yeah, they're trying to trans ship. A
2:16:19
lot of Russia and
2:16:20
the Greeks are pissy, the Greeks are pissed off about the whole
2:16:23
situation, because they own a lot of the ships. Yeah, they
2:16:27
don't like any of this. They don't like any of this stuff.
2:16:30
There's also something kinky going on in Syria, and I can't
2:16:33
figure out quite what it is. But I have this clip in the clip was
2:16:37
entitled American or American Ambassador to the EU and is
2:16:40
floating around Syria or something to to get the lay of
2:16:44
the land or trying to do this. Something's fishy is going
2:16:47
on. Today. The US Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas
2:16:51
Greenfield is near the Syrian border in Turkey. She's there to
2:16:55
remind her that there are still millions of people inside Syria
2:16:59
who depend on UN aid. The government of Bashar Al Assad
2:17:03
has retaken most of the country but a few million people still
2:17:06
live in an argument
2:17:07
that what happened to the evil dictator Assad? Have they
2:17:13
dropped that now from the style guide, he's no longer the evil
2:17:16
dictator, the dictator who is killing his own people, that
2:17:19
that's all dropped. That's interesting.
2:17:21
The government of Bashar Al Assad has retaken most of the
2:17:24
country but a few million people still live in an opposition
2:17:27
controlled region near the Turkish border, and prs. Michele
2:17:30
Kelemen is traveling with the ambassador and joins us from
2:17:33
southern Turkey. Hey, Michelle. Hi there. Hi. Can you talk more
2:17:36
about what?
2:17:38
They really got to stop doing this at NPR? Hi, there. Hi. Yah,
2:17:43
Can we zoom later
2:17:45
are and joins us from southern Turkey. Hey, Michelle. Hi there.
2:17:49
So can you talk more about what prompted Ambassador Linda Thomas
2:17:52
Greenfield to take this trip now in particular?
2:17:55
So there's a deadline next
2:17:57
month? If you ever named Linda Thompson Greenfield, Thomas and
2:18:02
you're trying to keep your copy tight, why don't why doesn't she
2:18:05
asked the question because already named her at the
2:18:07
beginning of the piece. Linda Thomas Greenfield says Why is
2:18:13
what why is Ambassador Greenfield in Syria? Why is
2:18:19
Ambassador Greenfield doing this? Why is it that's what you
2:18:21
should say? Instead, she keeps saying Linda Thompson
2:18:24
Greenfield, Linda Thomas, great, whatever her name is. It's I
2:18:28
don't know why they're doing
2:18:29
well. Well, part I will tell you, because she's very highly
2:18:33
regarded. She's a career diplomat. And she is African
2:18:39
African American. So she she has all she it has to be the it has
2:18:45
to be the full thing. It's just just the style guide. It's it's
2:18:50
what you do to show it's almost like saying the artist you
2:18:52
should have put in the honorable on honourable Linda Thomas
2:18:57
Greenfield. Yes,
2:18:58
I find it extremely annoying, but play the clip. Sorry.
2:19:02
She's a she's a possible way out of NPR. That's what it is. I
2:19:06
live in an opposition controlled region near the Turkish border,
2:19:09
and prs. Michele Kelemen is traveling with the ambassador
2:19:12
and joins us from southern Turkey. Hey, Michelle. Hi there.
2:19:15
So can you talk more about what prompted Ambassador Linda Thomas
2:19:18
Greenfield to take this trip now in particular. So there's a
2:19:22
deadline
2:19:22
next month for the UN Security Council to renew an aid program
2:19:26
from Turkey to Syria. We're talking about hundreds of trucks
2:19:30
a day food, medicine and other supplies that cross a part of
2:19:34
the Syrian border that's controlled by opposition forces.
2:19:37
Serious government opposes this aid route calling it a breach of
2:19:41
sovereignty. Russia, which has veto power and the Security
2:19:45
Council is an ally of Syria, so it could block this aid route
2:19:49
when it comes up for a vote next month. And US officials say that
2:19:53
could cut off you know about 4 million Syrians that really
2:19:56
depend on these UN AIDS shipments. And by the way, They
2:20:00
can't rely on the Syrian government and Russia at them
2:20:03
because those countries have a record of trying to starve out
2:20:06
opposition areas in the country,
2:20:08
almost like what opposition area is this? Exactly? Because to me,
2:20:13
this doesn't sound like this sounds like an area where they
2:20:16
want to send weapons. Doesn't sound to me like there's people
2:20:20
and 4 million people who need food and they How long has this
2:20:24
dependency been going on? For years?
2:20:26
There's no backstory. They give you nothing here. It's just the
2:20:29
opposition area in the middle of nowhere turn off the Turkey
2:20:33
Turkish border. I have no idea. I mean, we probably could
2:20:36
wouldn't take too long to figure it out specifically, but you're
2:20:39
right. It's about smuggling in arms. That's
2:20:42
what I That sounds like to
2:20:44
me, sure, at NAMM because those countries have a record of
2:20:46
trying to starve out opposition areas in the country.
2:20:50
Okay, well, who has Thomas Greenfield been meeting with
2:20:53
while she's been on the ground there?
2:20:54
So so far, she's been meeting mostly with Syrian refugees,
2:20:57
including an aid group known as the White Helmets. With some
2:21:04
small business owners got Maria, the Ambassador says she heard
2:21:08
some similar concerns from many of them today. Take a listen.
2:21:12
The main message is
2:21:15
we are hearing from my relatives inside of Syria. They are
2:21:21
suffering and we don't want to be forgotten. And I think the
2:21:25
message they have heard from me is that we have not forgotten
2:21:29
Syria and that's why I'm here.
2:21:33
Well, first of all, you gotta you knew it was coming. You knew
2:21:38
the White Helmets bit was coming. That's great white
2:21:40
helmets, of course discredited for the outright lies and
2:21:44
staging of chemical weapons attacks. This is this has been
2:21:47
admitted by UN organizations sayings, among other things. So
2:21:51
I'm reading here in the Syrian observer, which is probably
2:21:54
where NPR is getting their information from we know the
2:21:57
Syrian observer is one dude in a flat in London. He was always on
2:22:03
the BBC as the expert for years. And here are the opposition
2:22:10
areas. Serious South Eastern Ghouta, near Damascus, and rural
2:22:17
parts of Homs province. These are all pipeline areas, by the
2:22:21
way. We know that homes is pipeline, this doesn't sound me
2:22:26
so they want to go from Turkey all the way through Syria
2:22:30
handing out whatever on the way down. Yeah, I can see the
2:22:34
problem. But I don't know if there's a real if there's a real
2:22:39
problem with these people. And there's no evidence. There's no
2:22:43
evidence that the people are being starved by Assad. This is
2:22:48
just I don't get it. Was this something up? You write
2:22:52
something up and when the White Helmets thing came in? Yeah. And
2:22:56
I knew signing was on Yeah, she's meeting with them. Yeah,
2:23:00
they're scammers and she's meeting with them. And when
2:23:03
something's up, they're going to do something and Biden is going
2:23:06
to, you know, be pushed into somebody's gonna like, yeah,
2:23:11
yeah, we're gonna get screwed in the American public's gonna get
2:23:13
screwed. And while talking about Biden,
2:23:16
here, it is our favorite segment.
2:23:19
We needed we needed a jingle for the Biden segment, that we had
2:23:22
gaps or whatever. So he gave a speech at Annapolis. And his
2:23:29
speech was outrageous with this bullshit. So let's start with
2:23:33
the top of the top of the order here with the Biden horseshit
2:23:37
tail one.
2:23:39
Hello, Naval Academy. Whoa. Before I began my speech and
2:23:43
thought crossed my mind. As I was told the class of 72 is
2:23:48
here. I was appointed to the academy in 1965. My senator who
2:23:56
I was running against 72 never planned it that way. I was
2:24:01
wasn't old enough to be sworn and I was only 29 years old when
2:24:04
I was running. He was a fine man. His name is Jay Caleb
2:24:08
Boggs. I didn't come to the Academy because I wanted to be a
2:24:12
football star. And you got a guy named star back and Bellino
2:24:16
here. So I went to Delaware.
2:24:19
Well, wait a minute. So first, he was he was admitted to the
2:24:25
academy and then he didn't like you want to play football. So he
2:24:30
went to Delaware.
2:24:32
So in 1965, he was supposed to be admitted or given a
2:24:36
commission or sort of whatever it was, Boggs got him into the
2:24:39
academy. He was already in he graduated from law school and
2:24:43
68. So do the math on that. Right. He was already in at the
2:24:47
University of Delaware in Snite, the 65 from his own, because the
2:24:52
difference is seven years between when he ran and 72
2:24:56
against Boggs and 65 when he was supposedly given us this is a
2:25:00
nonsense story. People have written about it here and there
2:25:02
is not on the list of lies. Who was Trump the database, but
2:25:07
people are going on on on this. There's no truth to this. It's
2:25:09
just it's just he's just making it up. He didn't know intention.
2:25:13
It was a draft dodger. He was on an exemption and he went to law
2:25:16
school. They keep his exemption going ever joined us service,
2:25:19
they finally got out on some medical things. So that's bull
2:25:23
crap. But is there a part two of this one? Yes.
2:25:25
But I think we have a jingle to play.
2:25:28
Creepy, sleepy, sleepy, creepy uncle Biden.
2:25:37
But all kidding aside, the best line of the debate was after his
2:25:41
all over the announcer The questioner who was a good guy,
2:25:46
but supported my opponent, who was a good man as well, I might
2:25:50
add. And he said, Senator Boggs anything else you want to say?
2:25:56
That he said, Yes, just one thing. And he took the
2:25:58
microphone. He said, you know, Joe, if you accepted my
2:26:05
commission to the account my appointment of the academy, he
2:26:09
said, you'd still have one year three months active duty, and
2:26:12
I'd have no problems right now.
2:26:15
So I heard this. And I realized that what the deal was your he
2:26:20
likes to tell these kinds of stories. The second part about
2:26:24
it, yeah. And he said this, and he said, Dad, he's a good guy,
2:26:26
and I'm a good guy. We're all good guys. And he has, I think
2:26:29
the whole thing was made so he could tell that phony story.
2:26:33
It's like corn pop, you know, and again, the chains just a
2:26:37
story to make himself look good or make himself look anecdotal
2:26:40
or so it's just bullcrapping. Another piece of bullcrap, which
2:26:44
no one can document is this. This is little subtle one. This
2:26:48
is the Biden Annapolis rugby story.
2:26:52
I can't wait to see you. When I couldn't play football anymore.
2:26:56
I played rugby in law school. I should have spent more time in
2:26:59
law school than any right.
2:27:01
Well, he wanted to play football, but then he wound up
2:27:03
playing rugby.
2:27:05
There's no evidence that he played rugby. In fact, one of
2:27:08
the only teams that was it, he went to Syracuse Law. And the
2:27:12
only team nearby was a team that didn't perform until a year
2:27:15
after he was out of law school. And then there were some local
2:27:18
clubs, but it wasn't the team. It wasn't a college team,
2:27:22
because the college team and the major teams in the area have
2:27:25
assiduous records that somebody in The Guardian went and looked
2:27:30
up and they couldn't find any evidence that he played rugby
2:27:33
for anybody anywhere
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from the same president who is indirectly or maybe even
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directly telling us that hey, man, don't worry. Corn pop over
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there in Ukraine. Promise you won't point this shit at Russia.
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Yeah, exactly. Good point. Good callback. So here it now the
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other ones aren't as good as those but I got these other
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clips. This is Napal is to mumble.
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Folks. This is your day.
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Is there more because that one's good bites off shea butter dip
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is a day
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is mumbling the
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whole time, folks. This is your day. But I wanted to start by