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October 16th, 2022 • 2h 58m

1495: Soft Nuts

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Because I don't think that the Border Patrol is necessarily
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looking at your pumpkins. Adam curry Jhansi Devora
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Sunday October 16 2022. Just your award winning combination
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media assassination episode 1495. This
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is no agenda. We got fentanyl and
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tamales and we're broadcasting live from the heart of the Texas
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hill country here in FEMA Region number 16. In the morning,
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everybody, I'm Adam curry,
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and from Northern Silicon Valley where we're all congratulating
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the California bears football team for losing to one of the
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worst teams in history. I'm John C. Dvorak.
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Not that this loss bothers you or anything
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you know, this team stinks so bad because they keep hiring
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these junior college coaches to coach a top you know, Pac 12
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environment within a 1212 12 environment $5 million a year
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guy he well I don't know what they pay they probably pay him
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you know, minimum wage but it's it seems so they won't do
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anything to try to actually find a good coach they've never done
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that.
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Now, is this a problem now is everyone is this on the on the
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streets and protesting about this? Is it bigger
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was given up? No, it's become buki who cares? Nobody cares.
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Man the media is fear mongering. Well as if we didn't have enough
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they got to do the Halloween. We got fentanyl we are candies that
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are fentanyl colored candies. And this is this is
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like specific good see something color eats it immediately.
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Death course it's just so stupid like this. And agents
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in Arizona stopped another creative smuggling attempt. They
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say a trafficker used an ice chest full of tamales to stash
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2100 fentanyl pills.
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Gotcha tamales.
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Hey, but But what? What a fentanyl is not your game? What
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if you're a little more old school like you're a meth head?
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It's an unusual drug bust on the southern border agency A would
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be smuggler was hiding $400,000 of liquid meth packaged inside
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four pumpkins. The pumpkins were in a Ford SUV.
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What's it first of all Ford has to do with it. But oh, well.
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When there's certain busts that you have to say to yourself was
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somebody tipped off? Because I don't think that the Border
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Patrol is necessarily looking at your pumpkins.
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Nice nice looking pumpkins, ma'am. I think I need to
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answer suspicious.
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Was that a native ad for Ford? Like if you want to go math,
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then give us your brand before that's right. Or it's the brand
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it's Ford smugglers month.
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Those pumpkins don't look right.
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Yoda got the ISIS. So these guys might as well get the drug
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dealers in the cartels.
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Why not? So the big news which nobody's covering, I get no
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clips. Is the end is not kind of the business press is covering
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it. But the mainstream is not covering this as a huge deal.
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Which is the pullout of all the Americans the Dutch, the entire
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ASML team from Holland. Yes. And everybody else pulling out of
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China leaving let's go we're gonna we're gonna grab our
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jackets, and we're out of
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here and the ASML. Guys, those are the lithography. I mean, no
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chips. There's no design without that company, I think.
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Well, there's dance from competitors. But yeah, but at
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the high end, the super high end, they owned a business. And,
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but didn't they sell that? I don't think it's Dutch anymore.
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I thought they sold No,
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I think it's no, it's public. Yeah, so they say it's not Dutch
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because it was it's, you can look it up. Yeah. But it's
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basically a Dutch company. It's partly owned by Intel and
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somebody's Right, right, right. But they do all the work for
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Samsung and T T s MC. So and those are they making the best
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chips and and they're, they're doing work in China, but they
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need to have people there as they have to have you know,
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their people there to keep the things working. So when you
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leave, they can't do everything just shuts down.
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Yeah, yeah. Well, it wasn't a part of the chips act. Wasn't
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that the whole? Yeah,
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no. Why? No, it's part of the chips shake, but has something
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to do with Biden, supposedly, I don't know. Biden even knows
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about it. Chips.
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I like Smith sometimes I like those. Like there's Pringles
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those are the ones I really like.
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I'm glad they didn't go out of business.
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Well, I think I think there's a lot of other news that's kind of
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hidden and this morning, it just hit me all of a sudden was
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what's going to happen to Elon Musk. All of a sudden I Oh,
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okay, I know what's gonna go down. You've probably read the
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story in the in the headlines tonight the
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Pentagon confirms It is talking with Elon Musk about covering
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the cost of his critical Starlink satellite internet
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service in Ukraine. The world's wealthiest man says it's costing
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his company $20 million a month.
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Yeah. But the blowback from liberals against Elon Musk is
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severe. I was listening to the liberal intellectual elites on
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Pivot, no clip. And, and Professor, Professor G. He was
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saying, you know, Elon Musk is just, you know, it's just a
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horrible person like, oh, what's it going to cost you? $20 a
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month you don't care? You don't care if If mothers and daughters
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die? I should have clipped it. No, I think about it.
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I had it. I have a wait, Darlene.
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What I have a I have a follow up to this. Elon is now being asked
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to I think I have another clip. Here. She is. Yeah, here we go.
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Listen to this.
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Elon Musk is now under federal investigation in connection with
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his attempt to by Twitter. Word of the investigation came in a
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court filing by the company which also accuses Musk of
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withholding documents. It's unclear what specific action
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during Musk's acquisition of Twitter is now being
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investigated.
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I know exactly what it is. He didn't include text messages
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that were either between him and Vladimir Putin or the Kremlin
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discussing things. And this is going to be the accusation that
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he's a Russian spy. You watch this happen. That's what they
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want to subpoena. They want to see him communicating with Vlad
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are close enough to it. This is a takedown this guy's now he's
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in trouble. He's in trouble. It's gonna be interesting.
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Well, he's a smart guy so he can work his way out of it. Okay.
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Wow, I have the five. I think this is NPR. You can read these.
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I have three Ukraine clips. And this is Musk threatens pull out
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as a little more elaborate in the CBS report.
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Elon Musk warns that the free internet for Ukraine's military
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could be coming to an SRE what
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sorry, is NTD which is more accurate,
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more accurate, and would have been better if it was a robo
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voice. But yeah, otherwise it's NTD.
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Elon Musk warns that the free internet for Ukraine's military
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could be coming to an end. SpaceX has donated about 20,000
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Starlink satellite units to Ukraine. They're helping the
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country's military communicate after phone and internet
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networks were destroyed in the war with Russia. Musk says it
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has cost his company $80 million. And he warned the
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Pentagon that won't continue. A recently uncovered letter he
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sent last month asks the US military to pay 10s of millions
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of dollars per month for the service. The letter says not
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only is SpaceX considering not donating additional new units.
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It wants the Pentagon to pay to keep the current ones active.
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That bill would be $400 million over the next 12 months. So
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let's just say Starlink is the main way troops on the
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battlefield communicate.
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Now with Elon Musk being the guy who has built his businesses
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with government money or tax breaks, what are the chances
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this is a coincidence that he needs 400 million and this
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happens Turning now to
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the war in Ukraine overnight, the US announcing another new
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military aid package for the country. The news coming as
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Ukrainian forces continue to make slow but important gains on
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the battlefield ABCs Brit Clinet is in Ukraine with the very
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latest break. Good morning.
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Good morning. Wait Yeah, more help for this country in its
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fight against Russia's invasion, the White House now announcing a
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package worth $725 million. Now it includes military vehicles
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and ammunition for those American made Hymas which have
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proven very effective on the battlefield in Ukraine. Now. The
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new aid announced just days after the heaviest attacks here
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we've seen in Ukraine since the war began. According to Russian
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President Putin, though there's no need for more massive strikes
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on this country saying Russia was not looking to destroy
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Ukraine. But you know, his words hours before the key and zap
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region regions were hit again overnight. And as Russian forces
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fall back in the south, the Moscow installed governor of
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Hassan has told residents in the region to take their children
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and flee
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your children and get out Yeah,
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gotta throw that in.
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That's try it probably. I'm sure musk. Musk is not a guy who
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seems to me to be generous.
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Maybe maybe not. I don't
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know that. The whole thing was like the gambit put this thing
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up by a spec is a spec. He's still doing spec.
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He's doing spec work for the US for the Ukrainian government and
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holy mackerel.
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He must really want this business to succeed.
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Here's a good way to Ukraine dead American.
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Oh that doesn't only sound good
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a US Army veteran and a father of five has been killed in
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Ukraine. The State Department only confirms that a US citizen
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has died there, but his sister has identified him as Dane
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Partridge from Rexburg, Idaho. The 34 year old had been
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fighting alongside the Ukrainians since the end of
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April. Last week when partridge and some other men were clearing
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trenches in eastern Ukraine. They were ambushed by two
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Russian vehicles. Partridge was shot in the head and died in the
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hospital Tuesday. His body is on its way back to the US where
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he'll be buried in a VA cemetery in Idaho.
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I wonder how many Americans are over there?
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Oh, a lot, according to people that I talked to a lot and many
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had been killed in action. But they're, you know, they're
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there. There's G Blackwater type type outfits. Yeah. They're
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hired. Isn't that a lot of money? Three, four grand a day.
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It sounds like good money. Is that with a bullet in your head?
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No. Here's the last tip I have from Ukraine, which is the Bob
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from the UK course is stepping up against this or taking credit
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for everything.
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Defense Secretary Ben Wallace has announced that the UK will
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donate some Advanced Medium Range air to air missiles or
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AMRAAM rockets to Ukraine. We're paying for those rockets. So the
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first donated by Britain that are capable of shooting down
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cruise missiles. Had defense secretary said brushers latest
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indiscriminate strikes on civilian areas in Ukraine
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warrant further support to those seeking to defend their nation.
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Is this also New Tang Dynasty?
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What makes you think that? Well, I
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want to know because this is a new voice then if this is NTD
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Yes, I like this. This is doable. I can handle this one.
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The Omraam rockets will be delivered in the coming weeks to
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be used with a NASA air defense system placed by the United
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States. It's hoped the new air defense missiles will help
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protect Ukrainian infrastructure after Moscow launched a wave of
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deadly missile and drone attacks in the country's cities and
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power plants this week. The latest package of nuclear
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equipment also includes hundreds of other air defense missiles,
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aerial drones, and a further 18 howitzer artillery guns. Ukraine
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said it has only about 10% of what it needs for its air
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defenses, the international community to provide more
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weapons, the defense secretary and knows the decision before he
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left for a NATO Defence Ministers summit in Brussels on
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Thursday. The military alliance is pressing ahead with plans to
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hold a nuclear exercise next week.
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We don't want us to do things out of routine. This is a
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routine exercise and it's all about regiment.
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NATO's exercise dubbed steadfast noon is held around the same
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time every year and runs for about one week. It involves
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fighter jets capable of cutting nuclear warheads, but doesn't
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involve any live bombs.
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Well, I hope not.
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Groundskeeper Willie is the voice there and he and you liked
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that better. It's good to do.
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How about this for fun? The chair which is a rotating chair,
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but the chair of both the IMF International Monetary Fund and
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the World Bank for 2023 will be chaired by the Ukrainian finance
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minister Marchenko about that
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both of these operations Yeah, at
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the same time. Why not?
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What kind of scam are we talking about here?
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Let's hurry this up a little bit. Let's move it on. Just
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convinced one one. Okay. But I think we're at peak war because
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there's there's always a clue. Yeah, we're peak war is always a
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clue. You know, so sometimes, it used to be a little more
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dramatic where you'll recall the babies being thrown out of
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incubators. That used to be a real a real good one. But
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whenever we see this headline coming from a UN official that
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Russia is now giving soldiers Viagra to rape Ukrainians. No,
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no, no, no, this is not even possible.
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You know that we are at peak words. You see this the New York
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Post?
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Oh my god to Viagra story.
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Who is this Pramila Patten UN Special Representative on sexual
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violence in conflict. They have a whole department for that.
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However, this is not I mean, the Russians, they're going a step
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further. These horrible right Viagra. Viagra jacked up Russian
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soldiers. Victims have largely included girls and women but
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boys and men have been raped to their raping.
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They have to there has to be a homosexual angle in there and we
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are inclusive inclusive You're at 70. Equity. Well,
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you got to hand it to him. At least they're not discriminating
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based on equity. I,
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well, let's play these clips and this is about debt another this
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is maybe part of peak oil, but all the Russians leaving
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actually two clips for clip one as part of this clip to play
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clip one.
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Okay. Russian men of fighting age keep streaming into Turkey.
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Okay now that I had to stop her right away because when I
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thought they were streaming into Georgia and other places in
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Finland, when did Turkey show up on the map? Well, it certainly
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heard this
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Yeah, oh, sure. Turkey is still a main release point into into
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Western Europe. So people, I mean, you can fly to Ankara. Not
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only go this is this is Eric Juan's leverage is these
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millions of millions of people that he can see I am going to
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release a few now unless I get what I want,
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actually, I think is more complicated than that. It's the
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people from the the outer parts of Russia that are going to
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Turkey, the Kazakhstan, these and all these other kinds of in,
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not to Russian Russians. And there's a reason for that. And I
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think it's explained In these clips, which is that it's not
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really the Russian Russians that they're sending to Ukraine,
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they're sending all their ethnics to Ukraine.
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What a great way to turn
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we've heard it right. We've kind of heard about this, but this
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this expresses it a little more accurately.
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There are other complications too, with the influx of Russian
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since the war started. Residency laws are getting tighter making
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it harder to live and work here to
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another I said you said I'm sorry, my mistake. You're right.
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Russian men of fighting age keep streaming into Turkey. It's a
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sign of the dissatisfaction with Russia's call up of more men to
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fight in the war in Ukraine to stem battlefield losses. The
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exodus can be felt acutely and Antalya, a Mediterranean city in
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southern Turkey, with a long history of Russian tourism. Now
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turning into something else, and Paris spot Metasys went there
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and has this report
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between the Mediterranean Sea and the steep mountains
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surrounding Antalya is a small park known to locals as much
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real sugar Park for the large sculpture of the Russian
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Matryoshka nesting dolls, half of which are missing after
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vandals destroyed them when Russia invaded Ukraine. This
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area is known to attract Russian tourists and now those who are
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escaping the country. Russian is the main language heard in the
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streets and is on signs all around. I meet two young men in
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their mid 20s. Wandering around the park in backpacks. They
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don't give their names fearing retribution from the Russian
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government. They've come here over a week ago from Kazakhstan.
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In the semi autonomous region of Tatarstan in southwest Russia.
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One of them tells me why it's dangerous for a male dangerous
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for any male because as ethnic minorities, they've heard that
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Russia's new conscription of troops falls heavily on people
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like them. They know many friends who got rounded up,
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despite as his friend says,
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this is a war of our government. This is not a war of Russian
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people. And this is disgusting. situation. Follow us.
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Even though they left the country immediately after the
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announcement of the mobilization almost two weeks ago, they both
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are still feeling lost in Turkey without family and no future
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plans.
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Wow. So they're just rounding up the ethnics and making them
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cannon fodder. Yeah.
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Interesting. Interesting uses that this NPR reporter had
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they're in the middle of it. She said, wandering around in
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backpacks. She specifically said in backpacks. Were with us about
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I don't know where the right usage would be with backpacks.
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Or carrying backpacks, not in backpacks. So it's hard
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to it's hard to pick apart language on New Tang Dynasty.
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No, this is NPR.
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Oh, oh, then Oh crap. And it's very specific.
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And I can pick it apart all I want. I can't figure it out on
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your Tang Dynasty. I give it I give them a little they don't
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have the huge budget of you know, billion dollars, whatever
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they have here at NPR. Let's go with part three.
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There are other complications too. With the influx of Russians
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since the war started. Residency laws are getting tighter making
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it harder to live and work here. Another issue money after recent
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pressure from the west Turkish bank suspended the Russian
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version of MasterCard and Visa, which makes it harder for them
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to get currency or even pay the tab at restaurants. But one
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thing is certain for these men. Do you think you can ever go
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back Extra Russia No, I suppose I don't want to go back to
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Russia. Meanwhile, at Antalya airport Russians continue to fly
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in. Many are tourists. But there are also a lot of men who've
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come alone fleeing conscription, the governor of the province has
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said up to 19,000 Russians are coming in every day. He said
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some commerce tourists but then decide to stay and flights to
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Russia now are going back half as empty as they came. 134 year
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old man from Moscow steps out of the terminal with just a
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backpack. He doesn't want to give his name but says he bought
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a ticket a few days after the mobilisation, spending several
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$1,000 and leaving in a rush. Did you have to leave your job?
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Oh, well definitely could I do not live yet. So they don't know
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the day went. Tomorrow when we have Skype call them. Like all
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the other men of fighting age who've tried to leave. He was
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questioned by authorities at the airport in Moscow,
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I saw a couple of people who you're diverted from the flow
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and talk to some separate assume some softer feelings they were
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not allowed to leave.
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Unlike many others I spoke with who don't think they can go back
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to Russia ever again. This man says he will if Russia loses the
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war,
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because we have to rebuild. You have to vote for new people who
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will choose a different way.
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Okay. Because you brought my attention to the backpacks when
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she brought it up again. To me that implies this is an
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organized trek. Pa here's your backpack. Here's your train
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tickets.
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Now that's a possibility. Although the amount of backpacks
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used to see just people wandering around with just
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generally is
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there but why does she say it twice?
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As she emphasized it by saying it twice. There's no reason why
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did you put it in? Well, I think the idea was to make it clear
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that they weren't. They were bailing out with very little
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noses. Yeah.
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Okay, okay. Do you see what what happened in? In Turkey in
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Parliament? No. This was great.
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This was a debate that stirred up passions, but few could have
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predicted the scene about to unfold on the floor of the
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Turkish parliament,
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Facebook or YouTube.
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was protesting against a bill that's meant to stamp out this
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information. Legislation. The brainchild of President Recep
22:58
Tayyip Erdogan was passed with votes from his own AK Party and
23:02
its nationalist allies. It will now go to the President for
23:05
final approval. The bill's backers say it's needed to
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tackle ramp and disinformation on social media and insisted
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won't be used to silence criticism. But opponents say it
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will become another tool to stifle dissent ahead of next
23:19
year's presidential and parliamentary elections. Critics
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point to article 29. It lays out prison sentences of between one
23:27
and three years for those who spread disinformation to create
23:30
fear and disturb public order. They also say it doesn't define
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what false or misleading information actually means
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leaving the law open to abuse. Social media networks will also
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have to remove any content deemed false and share details
23:44
of users with the authorities. And this was how journalists
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watched the Parliamentary Debate earlier this week. I symbolic
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protest and legislation they say will silence their voices in a
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country that already trails most of us in press freedoms.
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So I made a rookie mistake here on this clip, I should have set
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it up because as I was watching it, it was very compelling. In
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the beginning what he does this parliamentarian is he pulls his
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iPhone out of his pocket and he says you see this this is now
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useless because of this law this disinformation law and then he
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pulls out a hammer and he starts banging his iPhone out of
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demonstration but then of course the the journalist here only
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says oh this is bad for journalism. Don't give a crap
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about people. And this has happened
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this is this is happening everywhere because a journalist
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this is happening not just not about you,
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buddy. No, but you know so here it is a an actual an actual law
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of disinformation law which is just by itself. Orwellian. UK is
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also they're implementing this. They've got police officers just
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going around Hey, you got to go yes, well, this is not going to
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fly. But yeah, if we can make a law somehow. And just so you
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know, Alex Berenson, New York Times writer, very controversial
25:06
since he sued Twitter and why
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I wish I didn't get this clip I would have clipped this. I know
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I wish
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I had a clip. It's not a clip he wrote
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Oh, no, he went on Tucker and there's a clip.
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The oh that that Pfizer board member Scott Gottlieb, press
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Twitter to censor him.
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Yep. Oh, shit, I
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should have had that clip. I mean, that's a
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clip. I get to clip for this week. It's a good clip. Because
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the way it goes on and I'm really actually sorry and get
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the clip because I knew about it. I saw it. He goes, he starts
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with B brings him on. And then he starts telling me his tail.
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He leaves the Scott Gottlieb thing on his the punch line. And
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he says, well, then we they subpoenaed some records, and
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again, and there was Scott Gottlieb going from place to
25:54
place to place telling him to get rid of this guy and ban him
25:57
from Twitter and everything in between. Amazing Yeah, that was
26:01
really good clip. Oh, crap. We're talking about how great a
26:04
clip it is, ladies and gentlemen, that we didn't get.
26:08
Anyway, it's
26:09
interesting because someone's typically people you know, I
26:11
think because of our my Tucker rule that people don't send
26:16
Tucker clips. Typically someone would have sent that one but
26:20
didn't get that and and I didn't I didn't see it. I missed it.
26:24
But is it interesting that of all the black men in America,
26:28
the three that have been D platformed? Are Kendrick Lamar,
26:32
Dave Chappelle and Kanye West? Arguably, I mean, Kendrick
26:36
Lamar, isn't he like, didn't you win a literary prize for his
26:41
lyrics? Yeah.
26:43
Well, they also bet they pretty much blacklisted that guy that
26:47
works for Beck. Whitney, Whitney Whitmore, Whitman,
26:51
J loc. J.
26:54
J Whitlock. Jason,
26:56
that guy. Yeah,
26:57
he's pretty much been cut out of the picture. And he's really
26:59
good.
27:02
There was a real, like a panel or something. At the UN
27:08
Convention in Philadelphia. I'm not quite sure what this was.
27:12
And onstage, three middle aged bald men. Smerconish. Jeff
27:18
Zucker, of course, ran CNN, and Phil Griffin, who, who also
27:23
resigned he was the head of NBC News. And they're talking about
27:28
the hunter laptop. I mean, it's unbelievable how clueless these
27:33
guys are. You want to hear this, it's a little long, and we can
27:36
stop it whenever you want. But I was like, Holy shit, they don't
27:39
understand that they literally censored out of pure bias.
27:46
complete disregard for news interest. And they don't even
27:50
know it. It'll have a listen. And what was the wait, wait,
27:52
what
27:52
was the event UN
27:54
convention is what it was called. Let me see what that was
27:56
UN convention. And it was in Philly. I think it was last
28:00
week. I only just had the see that's that's a tough one to
28:06
Google. Maybe, oh, maybe it was the unconventional. This sounds
28:12
like this is this sounds like a loser, the bipartisan Polly's
28:18
Policy Center presented by smerconish.com and unite
28:22
America, a gathering of Democrats, Republicans and
28:27
independents
28:28
do just as I say
28:29
didn't controversy that you may think are bullshit. Let me give
28:32
you an example. I believe they know this because I talked about
28:35
it on air. I think that the hunter laptop was worthy of more
28:40
airing than it received right before the election, either.
28:44
Have you agree with me on that? Do you regret Do you regret have
28:48
if I asked you specifically, do you regret not dealing with it
28:51
before the election? Well,
28:53
I mean, I think I think we the question is we did deal with it.
28:57
But to the degree that you know, you would you would have thought
29:01
was appropriate. That's the NBC news guy. I think the answer is
29:04
in the in the final two weeks, you know, it was looked at we
29:08
did not know enough about it. There was not you know, there
29:11
was not within two weeks of the election, the ability when the
29:17
messenger on that story was Rudy Giuliani, okay. No, I mean, but
29:22
I mean, that's the problem. It's like you're gonna give a lot of
29:25
legitimacy to Rudy Giuliani.
29:28
See, that's, that's how they think. Right there. Rudy
29:31
Giuliani, you're gonna you're gonna put anything that guy
29:36
comes with on the Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani does have some
29:41
credibility.
29:42
does not deny that but that was not Giuliani story. No, it's
29:46
just one of the guys pitching. Being covered was the New York
29:49
Post story. Yes. Yes, was deeply covered and it was by good
29:54
reporters, and they had the all the facts and then they not only
29:57
wouldn't talk about the New York Post But they kicked him off at
30:01
Twitter for that story.
30:03
Vereen? You know he's got the goods. So part of the issue with
30:06
that story was who was delivering the goods? Okay,
30:10
that's one
30:11
that's Oh, the New York Post is what he really post the post was
30:14
delivering the goods, sir.
30:16
You know he's got the goods. So part of the issue with that
30:20
story was who was delivering the goods? Okay, that's one that
30:24
doesn't mean that we didn't look into it. We did We did look into
30:27
it. But first of all, you know, with regard to the son of the
30:31
candidate, you know, he was the son of the candidate, he wasn't
30:35
the candidate. The question that you'll come back with is well,
30:38
but what role did the candidate play in his business dealings?
30:41
You know, frankly, with 10 days or two weeks to go? There it was
30:47
looked at, by very credible organizations, including the
30:51
Wall Street Journal, Rupert Murdoch's Wall Street Journal,
30:53
and they found nothing at that time. Okay. So my point is, it's
30:57
easy to say, we should have spent more time on that. Listen,
31:00
do I think it's legitimate to look at? Sure. Do I think that
31:03
like, it's it's a legitimate criticism to say,
31:07
Is this any way that the head of NBC News should be defending
31:11
himself?
31:12
No, this is terrible. And I should mention, I don't remember
31:14
anything about the Wall Street Journal either. For one thing,
31:18
the Wall Street Journal is traditionally hooked tight with
31:21
the New York Post, since they were at one point or another,
31:24
both owned by Murdoch. So that doesn't make any sense at all.
31:29
And I don't remember the Wall Street I remember that the
31:32
intelligence guys coming out
31:34
very, very credible, very credible
31:37
in saying oh, this is you know, Russian disinformation, or
31:40
though they were just hinting at it. In fact, I another clip, I
31:43
don't have them to brag about all my clips. I don't have Greg.
31:47
Brett Barr had, I do have this clip to produce, I just haven't
31:51
produced it. Bread bar had one of the guys some intel guy on
31:58
his show, and he's talking about one thing and then he switches
32:00
gears on the guy and he leaves them flat footed asking him
32:03
about this. This document, you know, this this intel report
32:08
really was his honor. This is Russian disinformation. And the
32:11
guy pulls the old. The old was that thing I always do with the
32:16
mouse. There's no evidence.
32:19
Yes. He pulled the divorce. And he says,
32:23
No, we said that it looks like this information. We never said
32:28
that. It was a nation man,
32:31
which kind of makes me worry about you being a spook.
32:35
Well, that's not the case. They'd be making more money,
32:39
more money, but probably less money. Probably. That the show
32:45
had a guy and then so bars stayed on. Bear right now bear
32:50
bar bear. Yeah, I think the paint red bear stayed on. And he
32:57
was like really digging in with a guy and to get him to
33:00
apologize. And the guy refused. He says no, what I said is true.
33:07
It looked like Russian disinformation. It was
33:11
Well, that's true. And you know what? If you look at the
33:15
wording, I remember doing this on the show. They had they had
33:18
lots of weasel words. And it was the media that pumped it up is
33:22
true.
33:23
How the media took it to an extreme just like
33:27
people didn't believe science, they believed the television to
33:31
do different
33:31
so it's a it's a funny thing to listen to. But it's again,
33:34
another one of these examples of these. These guys in denial.
33:40
Forcefully in denial, I might add, well, these these three
33:43
executives sound like total douchebags.
33:45
Wait until you hear soccer should have
33:47
spent more time on that. Listen, do I think it's legitimate to
33:50
look at? Sure. Do I think that like it's legitimate criticism
33:54
to say that in the 10 days, 14 days prior to the election? You
33:59
didn't spend enough time on it? Not really.
34:01
What do you think? Soccer
34:04
he was never arrested? The Justice Department what
34:07
he was never arrested. He would never He was never arrested
34:13
like Brennan.
34:15
Wow. Interesting. You say that? We know that. There's a very
34:18
tight connection between CIA and CNN.
34:23
The Justice Department's look into it never reported it until
34:26
he is the son of a candidate. I don't think it's a it's a main
34:30
story. Until that happens. Now we looked into it. You know, NBC
34:34
News did. Tom winter and Ken DeLorean did
34:39
it go oh, those people getting thrown under the bus. Great job.
34:42
Great. Great job Tom and Ken.
34:47
Now we looked into it. You know, NBC News did. Tom winter and Ken
34:54
DeLorean did a great job. They met with Rudy. He brought they
34:57
met with
34:58
Rudy. Well, now it's Rudy. What is this? Does he hang out with
35:05
Rudy at dinner parties? Or to
35:07
Kenny Rudy connection that they make such a fuss? Oh,
35:10
what they're saying here is we didn't run with it because it
35:13
came from Rudy. And Hunter wasn't arrested
35:16
couple of pages printed out from the so called from the from the
35:20
computer.
35:22
The so called ECB. He's still saying the so called.
35:25
He's still saying the so kya Oh, yeah. Such a bad actor
35:31
into it. You know, NBC News did. Tom winter and Ken DeLorean did
35:38
a great job. They met with Rudy. He brought a couple of pages
35:42
printed out from the so called from the from the computer. They
35:47
asked for a digital copy of it. They didn't get it. But I don't
35:50
think it was a big story before the election shoot, man.
35:53
We had copies of it at that point. We had copies everybody
35:57
had a copy because it was never found
35:59
copies floating around the internet showing 100 floating
36:02
around in these videos naked and snorting or smoking crack. All
36:08
this was out there. And they had to get a print out from Rudy.
36:13
And then you had an that was their research.
36:15
And you had Bob Alinsky confirming it on the last debate
36:18
night with documents that are corroborated with what we saw
36:22
spread everywhere online. Come on CNN.
36:26
Wow, what a bunch of bullshit and
36:29
wait until you see what what Zucker does next. He turns
36:34
around and blames it on Smerconish from the
36:37
from the computer. They asked for a digital copy of it. They
36:40
didn't get it. But I don't think it was a big story before the
36:44
election because it was never found it was never charged.
36:47
Michael, let me ask you in the two weeks before the election
36:49
when that came out, I don't know the exact I think 11 days 11
36:53
days. So you probably had two shows prior to the election on
36:58
CNN. Right? Right. Yeah. Okay, whatever. Did you cover it?
37:05
No.
37:06
I talked about it. Did I tell you not to cover it?
37:09
Definitely not. Okay. Did.
37:13
Why didn't you cover
37:14
it? I talked about it extensively on I guess? No, no,
37:18
no, no,
37:18
I will not tell you about radio. We're talking about CNN, I'm
37:20
gonna I'm gonna give you an answer. So my point is, though,
37:23
you're given your you know, your ears and you had the opportunity
37:26
to do it. And you
37:27
didn't do it. This, I really like this, because what they
37:31
don't realize is what is being said is the environment at CNN
37:36
is so toxic and so biased, that I didn't feel comfortable
37:41
bringing it up on my CNN show, even though I was talking about
37:45
extensively on the radio. That's what he's saying.
37:50
That's exactly what he's saying. And, Jeff, what he's saying what
37:54
you said your analysis is exactly right. And that and
37:57
those toxic environments exist in most newsrooms? No, yeah.
38:01
Not. I mean, it's not called toxic or biased or whatever. But
38:05
there's certain things you're just not going to do. Because
38:07
you know that it's going to be frowned upon. It's not going to
38:10
be good for your career.
38:11
And so instead of saying he's a pussy, what she should also do,
38:15
he does a little Mia culpa here,
38:17
I regret it. Okay. I regretted
38:21
my bad. Okay.
38:22
I talked about it extensively on radio. But no, Jeff's right. I
38:28
didn't. And I guess myself now, I don't think it's a huge story.
38:33
But I don't think it's a huge story. But I think I look bad,
38:37
not by not talking about it at all. I should have said
38:40
something about the damn issue. That's what I'm talking about.
38:43
Did you didn't know all the facts at the time either? No,
38:47
but I
38:47
think that we looked partisan by not giving it some.
38:51
I think he got it. I don't I don't disagree with that. But I
38:54
think you have to be careful, too, just because somebody
38:58
throws a smoke bomb into the arena. To You know, I think,
39:04
listen, it is it is worth real examination. But, you know, in
39:10
the in the 11 days prior to the election, it involves the son of
39:14
a candidate. You know, who clearly has issues and troubles,
39:19
you know, what is the extent to which you should do it. We
39:22
reported on it, but we didn't report on it to the degree that
39:25
you're saying you thought would have been proper, okay.
39:29
Okay. All right. Thank you. Thanks for coming to the
39:32
convention.
39:35
They should have had that other bald guy there. The Gossip Queen
39:41
would have been perfect before them onstage.
39:43
Who's the gossip Queen bald guy, you
39:46
know that what's his name, the pudgy face guy who got kicked
39:50
off just Oh Stelter. Brian seltzer water that one. Yeah.
39:56
Oh, he would have dominated that conversation because he's
39:58
actually the type of guy He would stick his nose. Probably
40:03
that whiny voice he would get he would get too much attention.
40:06
Yes, right.
40:06
Yeah, just ride those roads off. Yeah,
40:10
exactly. Right. And here's why.
40:13
Just Jeff nails at once again. Let me explain why.
40:19
Yes, that's exactly what would have happened. Speaking of the D
40:21
plot that's shameless. Pathetic. Media is just they should be.
40:27
They should look at I don't know, what did you just need to
40:29
do about it? Let's just get this built in
40:31
now. It's incredibly shameless. It's very bad. Now Kanye is on a
40:37
tear. Yay. Yay. Ever since he ever since he called out DEF CON
40:45
through DEF CON three on the Jews hoops. So he went on this
40:50
podcast.
40:51
Do we have a clip of that? Does anybody have a clip of that? No.
40:56
You ever heard the clip?
40:57
It was a tweet. It was a Twitter tweet. And then he got banned
41:01
from Twitter. You see, so that's that's
41:04
the D platform. It was what did the tweet say? Exactly do how
41:07
I remembered it was. I'm calling out DEF CON three on Jewish
41:11
people.
41:14
What does that even mean?
41:17
Jamie Dimon kicking him out of the bank. Louis Vuitton. I think
41:23
there's Jewish leadership there. He's maybe Adidas. So he's
41:27
pulling out of all of his deals. And he's saying that the Jews
41:31
are trying to de platformed me. Okay. Yeah. So it's somewhat
41:36
cause what's
41:37
the time you got to do it anyhow? Okay. Well, it says,
41:40
Well, I'm gonna give you an example. Because I have a clip
41:43
from him on a podcast where of course he can still echo his
41:47
voice good for the podcasts. Now, what's yo Yeah, now in
41:51
context, he's going to talk first about George Floyd and
41:53
then he'll obviously bring it back to himself very quickly.
41:56
But he talks about George Floyd, he refers to Virgil and Virgil
42:00
was the I think, black, I think gay, Louis Vuitton fashion
42:05
designer, and Kanye shirt, you know, the white lives matter.
42:11
You know, that was controversial in regard to a deal he has with
42:15
Louis Vuitton or not, I mean, there's a lot it's fashion. So
42:18
who knows? But just listen to what he's saying. Now on
42:21
podcasts.
42:22
I watched the George Floyd documentary that Candace Owens
42:25
put up. One of the things that his two roommates said was, they
42:29
want a tall guy like me, they want a tall guy like me. And the
42:33
day when he died, he said a prayer for, you know, eight
42:37
minutes. He said a prayer for eight minutes. They hit him with
42:44
the fentanyl. If you look to the guy's knee wasn't even all his
42:50
neck like that. When he said Mama Mama has is his girlfriend.
42:55
They said he screamed for His Mama Mama was his girlfriend.
42:57
It's in the documentary. But some that hit me that fucked me
43:01
up when I was watching a documentary. And it said, they
43:04
want a tall guy like me. When I looked at that image of him this
43:07
tall black dude with the ball head, he reminded me of somebody
43:11
else, who you think he reminded me a virgin. You reminded me of
43:14
verge of saying, I'm not gonna cry in front of y'all, because
43:18
that's how they get me right. But I know that we lost him. And
43:25
I know that just white company doing the time to stop making
43:28
statues of him, like as a martyr. And we don't know why.
43:34
Exactly. We say it's cancer. I want to be careful with this
43:42
subject. Because, but tell me, could you even really run this
43:45
interview? Because math didn't run my interview? You got to say
43:48
it. They blocked me out. The Jewish media blocked me out.
43:53
Right? I'm live, right? I'm lit. I'm lit. You're saying JP
43:59
Morgan. I put $140 million into JP Morgan. And they treated me
44:05
like shit. So JP Morgan Chase is treating me like that. How they
44:09
treat in the rest of
44:12
this murder with Chase account. Yeah,
44:14
that's what I'm saying. I am outrage. By the time people
44:18
always they want to calm it down. Because no matter what you
44:20
did break no law. I didn't break the law. Shouldn't be a judge or
44:25
jury or anything. This is like a social contract. Candace Owens
44:29
has a word for him. But it's basically like, they told
44:32
Candace Owens she couldn't hang out with me.
44:35
Yeah, so there's all kinds of upset in the Illuminati and the
44:38
Boulais circle.
44:41
Wow. I mean, I would really enjoy a podcast that that guy.
44:45
He is just entertainment. personified. Whatever he does is
44:51
entertaining. He's just whatever it is. It's unbelievable. That
44:54
guy
44:55
did Jewish media boingboing third rail Jewish
44:59
media Somebody else it was somebody who knows what the deal
45:04
is behind the scenes, but that guy is really interesting. I've
45:08
always thought he was some sort of a savant. Yeah, but not an
45:14
idiot. Were like an entertainment savant or just
45:17
some sort of genius savant. I, and I people must say, what do
45:20
you do? Who cares about that guy? I've always admired him.
45:25
Yeah. 100% It's, he has a lot to say. And you know, sometimes
45:31
he's excited. And he you want you know, he's tripping over
45:34
himself. And he's an engineer. He mixes up stuff what he's also
45:37
got, is this a hilarity this at some other level that he doesn't
45:42
even know or dislike when it isn't either. When it came on
45:45
stage, took the award away from Taylor Swift. Yes. Well,
45:48
no, it started during the if you recall, and he was right. It
45:52
started during the hurricane relief for Hurricane Katrina.
45:56
That was the big, you know, elite concert with Bon Jovi. And
46:00
you standing there next to mark Mike Myers. And you know, and
46:03
then it was like, oh, there's Luton going on and all you saw
46:07
was black people looting. And then and he said something about
46:10
it, which ended in George Bush doesn't like black people.
46:14
Right? I remember that. George Bush doesn't like black and it
46:18
was and we and we covered that and we thought he was fantastic.
46:21
It's like yeah, great. Great. Well, ma'am, we lost a black guy
46:31
Kwasi kwarteng. Everyone's go on who's quasi car Tang, including
46:38
me, the finance minister or the Chancellor of the Exchequer for
46:44
the
46:44
United Kingdom booted him I think I have a clip on this.
46:47
I've, I've here's I have one as a background, or maybe
46:50
it was a dramatic day in Downing Street on Friday, the British
46:53
Prime Minister Liz Trost fired one of the closest political
46:56
allies. The finance minister Kwasi kwarteng. Now, several
46:59
weeks ago, he introduced a so called mini budget that was
47:02
designed to help the ailing economy measures including tax
47:06
cuts, but that did anything but wait,
47:08
how stupid is it to call that a mini budget? Whoever came I
47:14
think that was probably the problem. Don't worry people.
47:16
It's a mini budget, and the market went no, it isn't just
47:21
point of references weird
47:23
to help the ailing economy measures including tax cuts, but
47:26
that did anything but reassure the markets causing the British
47:30
pound to plunge against the dollar increasing government
47:33
borrowing costs and affecting lenders forcing them to withdraw
47:36
some mortgage loans. plans to reduce taxes for the highest
47:40
earners will also act but this made little difference to the
47:43
already uncertain financial markets. And then after sacking,
47:47
the finance minister, the prime minister made a U turn
47:50
announcing that she will increase corporate taxes
47:52
something that she had already scrapped. And this political
47:55
upheaval comes as a nation is in the midst of a cost of living
47:59
crisis and a tumultuous time putting it simply, in the last
48:03
six weeks, the UK has seemed to monex two prime ministers and
48:06
three finance ministers, many are losing faith and the Prime
48:09
Minister questioning her credibility. And members of her
48:12
own party are asking how long could she stay on as prime
48:15
minister?
48:16
Now before Yes, go ahead.
48:18
She's gonna she's gonna get kicked out before she even gets
48:21
her feet on the ground. Now, before
48:22
we get to your clip and a discussion. This is great new
48:27
podcast called The news agents. There's a British podcast, it's
48:30
like 25 minutes a couple times once a week or maybe twice a
48:34
week. And it's the format is cool, because it's kind of like
48:38
a news room news desk where the journalists are talking it out.
48:44
And I like
48:45
like an actual news. Yeah,
48:46
and newsroom and it's kind of good. And it you get a different
48:50
vibe from it. And but they're top notch radio journalists,
48:54
which is a little different from podcasters. And so they they
48:58
asked a couple of questions of quasi car Tang, quasi cartoon, I
49:03
mean, he is black. He's very, very black. And this is such a
49:08
great example of millio or heritage, or society versus you.
49:15
Were you your DNA nature, nurture, nature, nurture. That's
49:19
what I'm looking for. Thank you listen to this. Tell me who we
49:21
remind you of.
49:23
If you had to use it on a major part of your mini budgets, what
49:26
do you have to consider your position as Chancellor?
49:28
I'm totally focused on the growth agenda Faisal. I'm
49:32
totally focused on making sure that people are helped with
49:34
their energy bills that the energy price guarantee is
49:37
understood that the scale of our intervention, credible
49:41
intervention of the British state is understood.
49:43
Does this not sound exactly like Boris Johnson?
49:48
No, it actually sounds to me it sounds more like Charles. Keep
49:52
listening and that we can listen and listen and think of Charles
49:55
because Charles got that ponderous thing. Boris never
49:58
talks that long with I'd stutter here.
50:01
Wait wait wait for this country,
50:03
a path get us on a trajectory to growing the economy so that
50:07
everyone benefits
50:07
can you acknowledge what's the consensus in the markets the
50:10
Bank of England have said it too, which is that there are
50:13
specific factors at work at the UK following your mini budgets
50:18
what I am going to acknowledges the fact that it is a very dicey
50:24
situation globally. That's what people are saying to me. The
50:27
people are saying that we think we understand the UK there was
50:30
some turbulence I, frankly,
50:33
and you'll be chancellor and Liz trust will be Prime Minister
50:35
this time next month.
50:36
Absolutely. 100% I'm not going anywhere.
50:39
I thought it was sound like Boris okay, you saw
50:42
I think it sounds more like Charles because he's pondering
50:45
well once. I mean, he's slow He talks so Boris is a fast talker
50:49
once you put that into my head. You ruined everything. But the
50:53
Charles Yeah, it was so good as Boris and then you'd sign up to
50:56
me.
50:59
Charles, you sign off to me. Yes. You did. God. phony baloney
51:03
sound to him.
51:04
So now Jeremy Hunt is the new finance minister, the Chancellor
51:09
of the Exchequer and he's interesting because firstly,
51:13
he's Mike's brother Second of all
51:15
my country that's right.
51:18
Did you have to do that?
51:20
What am I gonna do with this kind of material?
51:23
Did you didn't have to do it? But thank you high five on the
51:27
aisle you so he ran for prime minister himself a few times.
51:34
But he is an enormous Russia and Iran hater. Like big time like
51:41
visiting Yemen Iran suck so this guy is is all in on the on the
51:47
New World Order agenda. And Liz, she was just put there to cover
51:51
up with this.
51:52
What did you just do? What do you mean? Your sound changed
51:57
dramatically?
51:58
I did nothing here. That could be so it sounds like it didn't
52:04
it? Did it take a turn for the worse?
52:06
No, no, it's a took a slight turn for the bit of volume went
52:09
up but it's centered. It was kind of like coming out of Bose
52:12
speakers. But now it's coming out of the middle. It's very
52:14
strange. It's
52:15
possible that clean feed did something I'll ask Mark about
52:19
it. He's my buddy very
52:21
just it was incredibly noticeable. I don't know if
52:24
anyone out there listening. Heard anything. Eric continue?
52:27
Well, if they heard nothing, cuz they're up, they
52:31
flop back. Nevermind. It's gotta be me. Gone.
52:36
Where was I?
52:39
Your John by Jeremy. Yeah. So
52:41
it's a New World Order guy. He's part of the the great reset crew
52:44
and Liz truss. I think she was just put there to cover up this
52:48
obvious move that the Bank of England had to do. Which was pre
52:56
mini budget, which is, you know, a lot of financial buying of
53:00
their debt. And everyone's doing the same thing. Now the
53:03
treasuries are going to start buying their own debt that they
53:05
just issued or issued a couple of years ago. It's insanity
53:09
going on going?
53:12
Yeah, there's some It's seems a little nutty.
53:16
None of this makes sense. Let me see. What did we
53:21
was putting here. You know, the funny thing is people don't
53:22
realize you said, Well, you know, we all these everybody
53:25
owns our debt. No, we own our own debt. Yes. You win the
53:30
treasuries buying bonds, its own bonds. That's the taxpayers
53:34
liability. It's nobody else's. It's not like China owns us or
53:38
diverged at the dinner table. And so Japan owns most of our
53:42
debt, and they can pre bankrupt it. No, they don't. We do.
53:47
Here's, here's an odd, an odd announcement. Speaking of the
53:52
debt, as we're supposed to be forgiving student loan debt to a
54:00
large group of people.
54:01
So breaking tonight applications for federal student loan
54:03
forgiveness now open. There is a catch. However, this is still in
54:07
the beta stages. That means you can pay it out the form but it
54:10
won't be processed until the program officially launches.
54:14
That should be later this month. The federal government says it
54:17
only takes about five minutes. You don't need to provide any
54:19
documents. However, the portal may close down randomly while it
54:24
is still in this beta stage. So make sure you check again later
54:28
if you can't get through.
54:30
If you can't get before you wander off on this topic, we
54:33
should play at least my clip on a different look at the
54:37
headless and quasi Yeah. Okay. UK shakeups finance.
54:44
I think that would be it.
54:45
British finance minister Kwasi kwarteng has confirmed in a
54:48
tweet that he resigned after Prime Minister's Office asked
54:52
him to stand aside from the position. His termination on
54:54
Friday means he was on the job for 38 days, making him the
54:58
second shortest serving UK Chancellor on record, a member
55:01
of parliament, Jeremy Hunt was appointed as the new finance
55:04
minister on Friday. According to a tweet from number 10 Downing
55:07
Street
55:08
tweet. What are they doing with these tweets? By the way, just
55:12
for informational purposes, the pound as we speak is now up to a
55:16
buck 11 actually a buck 12 Okay, it's doing better, which is a
55:20
little improvement, but the Euro is down to 97 cents to
55:25
the euro.
55:26
I love it.
55:29
Well, you would but but we're exporting our inflation to the
55:32
rest of the world and the thing that you just sit there said I
55:35
love it is hurting my daughter. Thanks, JC D
55:39
I just sent her more money. They'll have to divorce and
55:44
dollars I have to do more podcast and I
55:46
said No, I shouldn't be Sam dollars. You know? Again, when
55:52
there's like your scam to get paid in dollars, I think that's
55:55
what it was or pounds. I forgot what what
55:57
that wasn't. That was good. That was good management. Well, yeah,
56:01
it was good, man. It
56:01
was a smart money. Yeah, it
56:03
was good management decisions. Absolutely. Let me see. There's
56:09
a couple other weird things I don't necessarily have clips of
56:11
but Haiti. Haiti is on fire.
56:15
Yeah, they're supposed to be bringing boats over there to
56:18
we're gonna we're gonna land in Haiti, they say, yeah,
56:21
they're supposed to have boots on the ground. And the whole
56:24
problem is this gang leader named barbecue, man, they I
56:28
gotta say when it comes to Haiti, that baby doc they had
56:33
all these cool nicknames for their politicians and gangsters.
56:36
And it's often the same. And now they got this guy barbecue. They
56:40
don't exactly explain to BB it sounds like someone that Joe
56:45
Biden thought the name was barbecue. That was a bad dude.
56:51
Him and calm pop. And then tried to get me
56:55
after the cat hairy legs. There it is.
56:59
You can do you could do do it. Do the barbecue do Joe Biden has
57:03
Barbara's barbecue come on you can do it.
57:05
Oh, isn't it name was Barbara learned about cockroaches and
57:09
there's this bad dude named barbecue? No, he was bad. I
57:13
can't
57:14
practice it. The hairy legs when you do the hairy legs. You're
57:17
never
57:17
got that one down. I have to do I have to do I can do a Biden. I
57:22
just have to work on it. Oh, by
57:23
the way, speaking of pronunciation so we discovered
57:27
that what New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda was saying
57:33
during the opening of her UN speech he said Hui Hui and we of
57:38
course thought that was hilarious and we translated it
57:40
live on the air
57:42
yeah domain meeting to me
57:43
Yeah, meeting meetings meeting big meeting who he who he
57:46
immediately say who he who he always means meeting. I will
57:48
take his meeting meeting.
57:50
Now I think who he is meeting but who he who he is a big
57:52
meeting. This is what I've been okay. Well, there you go. Yeah,
57:55
it could be but now the Russians come in. Because the term Hui
58:00
Hui cool. Yeah, H O ye Hui crew. In Russian. Are you ready for
58:07
it? You might want to cover the kids ears. Okay, I'm playing
58:10
this right from the translator. Cool. Caulk I'm not kidding you.
58:17
Really who he is CoQ in fact this sososo
58:21
and she says who he who is maybe something else going on with her
58:24
listen to
58:24
this special Nicola Sharma Hui means fuck off a show me. This
58:33
is This is crazy.
58:35
That's in Russian. Yeah,
58:37
Kui so if you say yeah if you say F or even my Hui fuck you
58:46
event ma who event my Hawaii yeah, we're just cool but who he
58:50
apparently is just his cock I don't understand it's like
58:54
I'm sure you spent hours on this I did.
58:57
I wanted to make sure that I shared this with the group this
58:59
is this is important news. He just walking around in Russia
59:01
going Holy, holy everybody. Bam. This is important information.
59:07
You don't want to do that
59:08
attract some of the girls in Odessa.
59:10
Yeah, maybe that's them Ukraine girls really knocked me out
59:14
baby. And the railroaders are getting angry as more unions
59:20
claim passage of tentative agreements from the world
59:25
I want to get back I'm gonna backtrack on that and replay
59:28
this clip because you mentioned that you think they're getting
59:30
their hands from the from the French going on if you know
59:34
about the
59:34
total strike Yeah, that's what's caused all of the the shortages
59:37
of total mass
59:39
is the French oil strike clip
59:41
continuing strikes at French oil refineries have seriously
59:44
disrupted fuel supplies today. This after the CGT union
59:48
rejected a deal over a pay increase that to other unions
59:52
agreed to long lines as cars could be seen across France as
59:55
motorists waited some for hours to fill up many gas stations
1:00:00
have temporarily closed while awaiting deliveries. About 30%
1:00:04
of France's gas stations are experiencing temporary shortages
1:00:07
to other unions representing a majority of the group's French
1:00:10
workers agreed overnight to a 7% pay raise and a financial bonus.
1:00:15
But CGT rejected the deal holding out for a 10% pay
1:00:19
increase. Those on strike feel they should have a share of the
1:00:22
windfall profits generated by high oil and gas. amid the
1:00:26
global energy crisis, the company announced it will pay
1:00:29
out a one month salary bonus in December of up to $6,000.
1:00:34
Besides the percentage increase, nice, nice.
1:00:38
Go for it boys.
1:00:41
Go for it.
1:00:43
Well, we haven't had our big strikes yet. But there's they're
1:00:45
building is going to happen before the election is going to
1:00:48
really be interesting.
1:00:49
Yeah. I think we should talk about the primetime purge,
1:00:53
because that's kind of back in the US News and they're closing
1:00:56
in and you said that Zoey Lofgren have done a dynamite job
1:01:00
which I agree with there was some some new stuff though that
1:01:03
came out over the past few days, and I don't know if they showed
1:01:10
that during the hearing. But they have a documentary footage
1:01:15
of Nancy Pelosi on January 6 itself being all tough gal and
1:01:21
talking to Penson Bennett run it running the crisis center.
1:01:26
Is this the punch punch clip,
1:01:28
the punch clip.
1:01:30
i There's a clip of her saying I'm gonna if I see him, I'm
1:01:32
gonna punch him. Yeah, this is it. I
1:01:34
think this is good evening. And thank you for joining us on this
1:01:36
busy Thursday night. Yes, Nora. Thank you very much so busy. It
1:01:40
was their dramatic ending to what's dropped at the final
1:01:43
January 6 Hearing a vote to subpoena former President Trump
1:01:46
to appear before Congress. And it came after a shocking new
1:01:50
evidence and never before seen video. That video show
1:01:53
congressional leaders at a secure location, including House
1:01:56
Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling state and federal officials to
1:02:00
plead for help. Investigators laid out today in vivid detail
1:02:04
why they believe the attack on the Capitol was not a spur of
1:02:08
the moment decision, but a premeditated plan months in the
1:02:12
making to overturn the will of the people and the 2020
1:02:16
election. The committee today placed the blame squarely on one
1:02:19
person, Donald Trump.
1:02:20
I have three clips clip custodian put this together for
1:02:23
me. I know it's in here. So it's let me just go to the next one.
1:02:26
I want to bring in CBS News Chief political analyst John
1:02:28
Dickerson who watched the entire hearing with John All right. So
1:02:31
this committee wants Donald Trump under oath before
1:02:34
Congress, how likely is that seems
1:02:36
highly unlikely he's not been participating in other legal
1:02:39
instances, there is a precedent other presidents ex presidents
1:02:42
have been called up. Many of them testified even in sticky
1:02:45
situations saying it was part of their duty. Truman didn't if
1:02:49
saying it was a part of protected by executive
1:02:51
privilege.
1:02:51
Why doesn't he say which ones did do you know which presidents
1:02:55
had to testify under subpoena? I can't think of one.
1:03:00
Oh, it has to go back to the Zachary Taylor here.
1:03:03
Probably because that's why he's only saying well, you know,
1:03:05
Truman didn't do it. But all of that was before Truman.
1:03:10
thing we learned today too, is just how much this was pre
1:03:13
meditated this attack that
1:03:15
it's on the Capitol. That's right. There were more.
1:03:18
You got it wrong. It's pre meditated, but not premeditated.
1:03:24
What is this? What is the subtle difference?
1:03:28
It's pre meditated. Not premeditated,
1:03:32
pre meditated. This
1:03:34
pre meditated over medicated
1:03:38
the attack on the Capitol? That's right. There
1:03:40
were more data points to show in two instances when President
1:03:43
Trump had a chance to turn the wheel towards safety or danger.
1:03:46
He chose danger. He knew that his
1:03:49
turn the wheel notice the subtle hint there about the grabbing
1:03:54
the agent in the beast
1:03:56
all beautiful severity very LP very subtle
1:04:01
chance to turn the wheel towards security or danger. He chose
1:04:04
danger. He knew that his supporters who were at his rally
1:04:08
were armed and more dangerous. He said invite them in welcomed
1:04:11
them in. When he heard Mike Pence was under specific threat
1:04:15
at the Capitol. heaves issued a tweet, making him more of a
1:04:19
target in both instances didn't turn to safety. He turned to
1:04:22
danger
1:04:22
and he doesn't read the tweet.
1:04:24
And then today, they allege to the threat to democracy is not
1:04:28
over.
1:04:29
Well, the president is the head of the Republican Party and it's
1:04:32
no benefit to Republicans to talk about what's being
1:04:34
discussed at this hearing. But if you can wave away the direct
1:04:38
threat to democracy, then it makes it seem like it's maybe
1:04:41
Okay, and if it's okay, it's gonna happen again.
1:04:44
We learned a lot today. John Dickerson thank you so much. I
1:04:47
learned learn nothing but while we
1:04:49
did we learned something. Oh, we learned that John Dickon
1:04:53
Dickinson I think is Dickinson Dickinson is trying to get to
1:04:57
Nora's job. Hurry So what we learned and so what you just saw
1:05:02
there, it comes down. Correspondent almost never
1:05:06
ah Nora should be worried,
1:05:09
shouldn't have brought him on.
1:05:11
Her job wouldn't be in trouble if she played the damn Pelosi
1:05:15
clip in the first clip.
1:05:17
As the crowd grew outside the capitol House Speaker Nancy
1:05:20
Pelosi has warned then President Trump had considered coming to
1:05:23
join them. When it
1:05:24
comes to math. I would pay for waiting for this for trespassing
1:05:29
on the Capitol grounds. Torture mountain I'm gonna go to jail.
1:05:35
Okay, okay. So this is the Democrats who go on and on and
1:05:38
on about Don't you know, violence against the you know,
1:05:42
no violence, no violence, silence is violence. And so you
1:05:46
get to her wanting to punch him out.
1:05:49
I'm gonna go to jail, but I don't care. So be it. A Nancy
1:05:52
Pelosi.
1:05:53
I have tried.
1:05:55
This is not over. This is not over there was there was one
1:05:58
you said was the punch line was Nancy's punch line. I would pay
1:06:06
for
1:06:07
waiting for this for trespassing on the Capitol grounds.
1:06:10
Interesting. She says, I've been waiting for this. Is that what
1:06:13
she says? Hold on a sec. Yeah, this became interesting. This is
1:06:18
all of a sudden a little more interesting what she's saying.
1:06:23
Waiting for this.
1:06:25
Don't laugh. What is that you laughing was that in the clip?
1:06:30
I'm not saying anything. Oh, sounds like someone's
1:06:36
waiting for this. For trespassing on the Capitol
1:06:39
grounds.
1:06:39
I think she's saying I've been waiting for this for the
1:06:41
trespassing on the Capitol building. Sounds premeditated.
1:06:49
The speaker was later shown on the phone with Vice President
1:06:51
Pence who was a target of some of the rioters she checked on
1:06:54
his safety
1:06:55
and warned him. Don't let anybody know. Are you on the
1:06:58
January
1:06:59
6 committee showed parts of the video minutes before voting to
1:07:02
subpoena the former president who responded today in a rambley
1:07:06
14 page letter never saying whether he'd comply instead
1:07:09
reiterating false claims of election fraud, calling the
1:07:12
panel's members hacks and Doug's and referencing in words and
1:07:16
photos, the size of the crowd, he drew on January 6. Committee
1:07:21
members so Lofgren, would there be any value? If he agreed to do
1:07:25
this live in front of the country in front of the cameras?
1:07:30
Possibly, I mean, first, we need an indication that he's willing
1:07:33
to talk to us and then we'll work out the details but so far,
1:07:36
ah, it's all cap answers. With the same old same old false
1:07:43
statements.
1:07:45
doing live I can write it and we'll do it live. That was a
1:07:49
response from the Trump camp.
1:07:52
Here's Trump is played this clip so we can get this out of the
1:07:55
way this Trump and the subpoena This is the always being left
1:07:58
out of the mainstream reports
1:08:00
former President Trump denounces the January 6 committee after it
1:08:03
votes unanimously to subpoena him. He then writes a letter to
1:08:06
the committee chairman Trump asked on truth social why the
1:08:09
committee waited it until it was about to wrap up to try and
1:08:12
subpoena him. He says it's quote because the committee is a total
1:08:15
bust, and that has only served to further divide our country.
1:08:19
Chairman Bennie Thompson said the committee recognizes how
1:08:22
serious and extraordinary the step to subpoena Trump is, and
1:08:25
claimed that Trump's testimony would make sure quote, nothing
1:08:28
like January 6 ever happens again, the subpoena is unlikely
1:08:32
to succeed since it will likely prompt legal challenges from
1:08:35
Trump's attorneys. Trump addressed a letter to Thompson
1:08:38
in response his main points were that the committee is ignoring
1:08:41
why so many people came to the Capitol in the first place,
1:08:44
which was a belief the election was a fraud and also that he
1:08:47
called for putting the national guard in place much sooner but
1:08:50
it was rejected.
1:08:52
There it is
1:08:54
always being left out of the conversation is that he sent a
1:08:57
note to Pelosi saying I think this is gonna might get out of
1:09:00
control. Let's put the national guard in place and she said no.
1:09:06
That's really was her job to do it and she didn't do it and I've
1:09:08
never questioned her one bit about it. It's this is a basics,
1:09:12
a basic fraud.
1:09:15
Yeah, well, it also seems that voters don't really care.
1:09:20
No, in fact, in fact, one of the there was somebody doing an
1:09:23
analysis on one of those Sunday talk shows that they said about
1:09:27
Wisconsin specifically I think may have had a clip of it last
1:09:30
show but I didn't play it saying that you know the people are
1:09:34
concerned about crime. The inflation gas prices, nobody
1:09:39
except us. We care and this sort of people are you know,
1:09:42
politically inclined about January 6, the public doesn't
1:09:45
even know what's going on. No, no, they do okay with the fact
1:09:49
that we've been belabor it as much as we do.
1:09:51
The public are like kangaroos. I've told the story many times
1:09:54
when I'm out with the roof shooter in the middle of the
1:09:56
night and you're shining the light on the kangaroos seven
1:09:58
foot fall the foot ugly ugly thing, boom bullet in his head
1:10:02
he falls down the kangaroo right next to him looks you right in
1:10:05
the eye like people are dropping dead around you and they don't
1:10:10
even notice that it's let alone this but you know who does
1:10:14
notice is former President Barack Obama who went on a real
1:10:19
podcast over the podcast industrial complex, the gimlet
1:10:24
production pod save America. And it seems like you might be
1:10:28
worried about some things happen in this midterm election.
1:10:31
You know, one of the things I want to emphasize in this
1:10:33
midterm is the importance of looking not just at the top of
1:10:37
the ballot, but all the way down the bottom, because there are
1:10:43
governor's races, Secretary of State's races, state legislative
1:10:49
races that are going to really matter. When we talk about how
1:10:53
are we going to preserve democracy, democratically, at a
1:10:57
time when the current Supreme Court to put it charitably, does
1:11:06
not seem as invested. In overseeing and stop monkey
1:11:18
business at the local level monkey business, it becomes that
1:11:22
much more important for us to make sure that we've got quality
1:11:25
candidates. And we're supporting them and we're turning out for
1:11:29
them at every level. Because it may turn out that in a close
1:11:35
presidential election at some point, certification of election
1:11:42
in a key swing state may be at issue and it's going to be
1:11:47
really important that we have people there who can play it
1:11:50
straight.
1:11:51
Oh little laid on the ball. I think the Republicans got all
1:11:55
those bases covered by now. They've got that was that was a
1:11:59
big drive. That's what Banyan did most of is pushing people to
1:12:03
sign up. Volunteer get involved. No, no Obama's now noticing
1:12:11
this.
1:12:13
As well, I know what he's going to do about it.
1:12:15
What do you mean he's driving the show? Drive show?
1:12:20
Here's an interesting lawsuit. It's kind of political. This is
1:12:24
the heritage operation. Heritage Foundation. Suing the Justice
1:12:30
Department is actually kind of interesting and is not being
1:12:32
played by the mainstream at all.
1:12:34
Where's the clip from?
1:12:36
What do you think? In TNT
1:12:38
DC based think tank the Heritage Foundation filed a lawsuit
1:12:42
against the Justice Department on Wednesday in a federal court
1:12:45
in Washington DC. The group says it's because the DOJ refuses to
1:12:49
explain why it will not enforce a federal law on protests. The
1:12:53
law says it's illegal to pick it or parade near a residence of a
1:12:57
judge with the intent of influencing any judge in the
1:12:59
discharge of his duty. The Heritage Foundation says the DOJ
1:13:03
is not protecting conservative Supreme Court justices from pro
1:13:07
abortion protests outside their homes. Right. The think tank
1:13:09
says they have requested documents from the DOJ under the
1:13:12
Freedom of Information Act, but the department did not comply to
1:13:16
the think tank is now seeking those documents through the
1:13:18
lawsuit. The Heritage Foundation said quote the Biden DOJ silence
1:13:23
on these radical protests and obviously intimidating tactics
1:13:26
was and remains to be deafening. The American people deserve to
1:13:30
know why Joe Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland not only
1:13:33
refused to publicly and unequivocally condemned this
1:13:36
behavior, but also why they continue not to prosecute or
1:13:39
hold accountable those who facially broke the law in an
1:13:42
attempt to influence the proceedings of the Supreme
1:13:44
Court. In May, a Supreme Court draft opinion on Roe v. Wade was
1:13:48
leaked protests soon began at the homes of the six
1:13:51
conservative leaning justices in Maryland and Virginia.
1:13:55
Oh, that was kind of interesting. Despite the dreary
1:13:57
delivery, there was something about the legality that caught
1:14:00
my ear and I think it's here,
1:14:02
but also why they continue not to prosecute or hold accountable
1:14:05
those who facially broke the law in an attempt to influence the
1:14:08
proceedings of the Supreme Court. That's similar
1:14:11
to the interrupting the proceedings of Congress. I think
1:14:16
it's a similar crime.
1:14:19
And that was obviously not seen that way by the Justice
1:14:22
Department.
1:14:23
I know but it's if that's what they wrote, and I'm going to
1:14:26
presume that New Tang Dynasty is just reading verbatim, then
1:14:30
that's an interesting angle but
1:14:32
also why they continue not to prosecute or hold accountable
1:14:35
those who facially broke the law in an attempt to influence the
1:14:38
proceedings of the Supreme Court.
1:14:39
Fate. What is facially? It's exactly the same What does
1:14:42
facially mean, like on
1:14:44
what that word was?
1:14:47
There's more there's more
1:14:48
in court draft opinion on Roe v Wade was leaked. Protests soon
1:14:51
began at the homes of the six conservative leaning justices in
1:14:55
Maryland and Virginia. Then White House press secretary Jen
1:14:58
Psaki refused to condemn of the protests but insisted that
1:15:01
President Biden supports peaceful protest. The California
1:15:05
man was arrested in June near justice Brett Kavanaugh was
1:15:07
home. He was allegedly planning to assassinate the justice to
1:15:11
prevent him from voting to overturn Roe v. Wade.
1:15:14
Oh, good. I'm glad that they're doing that. That's good. And
1:15:17
they'll get all that
1:15:18
ties into two things. One, just next clip, which is political
1:15:22
violence. And Nancy Pelosi talking about punching people
1:15:25
out. And the fact that there was already a Republican shot in the
1:15:29
baseball field, if you remember during the Obama administration.
1:15:32
Yes. Scalise Scalise political violence.
1:15:36
There have been reports of high profile acts of political
1:15:39
violence against Republicans and conservatives since President
1:15:42
Biden's heated speech in Philadelphia last month.
1:15:45
Donald Trump and the Magga Republicans represented an
1:15:48
extremism that threatens the very foundations
1:15:52
of our democracy public Oh, it isn't clear if Biden's speech
1:15:55
motivated after vandalism or politically motivated attacks,
1:15:58
but several Republican offices across the country have been
1:16:01
vandalized since then. The chairman for the Ottawa County
1:16:03
Republican Party in Michigan spoke to local media about an
1:16:06
incident last week he said the officials came out and found
1:16:09
that all their signs had been hacked to pieces and building
1:16:12
had been vandalized and the permanent sign on the outside of
1:16:15
the building had been torn up. Also in Michigan and 80 year old
1:16:18
pro life canvasser going door to door was shot after a heated
1:16:21
verbal argument. A man was charged with a felony assault
1:16:23
and reckless discharge of a firearm. The suspect came
1:16:26
forward last week telling a local TV station that he shot
1:16:29
Jacobsen accidentally as she was arguing with his wife who
1:16:32
supports abortion, and last month, an 18 year old young man
1:16:35
was killed in North Dakota when a man allegedly hit him with his
1:16:38
vehicle. The suspect later told the 911 dispatcher that he
1:16:41
thought the victim was part of an extremist Republican group he
1:16:44
was charged with murder in the teens death. Republican Senator
1:16:47
of Kentucky Rand Paul to Fox News, President Biden needs to
1:16:51
realize that his vilification of his opponents is inflaming some
1:16:54
of his supporters to violence. Paul also said as a victim of
1:16:57
political violence, both sides need to recognize the
1:16:59
consequences of heated rhetoric. Senator Paul was physically
1:17:03
attacked by his neighbor in 2017 and attacked by rioters after
1:17:06
the 2020 Republican National Convention. In a recent comment
1:17:09
about political violence. A White House spokesperson told
1:17:12
Fox News that President Biden condemns these attacks, and has
1:17:15
been clear the violence, threats of violence and vandalism are
1:17:18
absolutely unacceptable, regardless of who is committing
1:17:20
such acts or why he added that there's no place in America for
1:17:24
political violence.
1:17:25
And this is really where in the United States but I think it's
1:17:28
similar in other countries where the break is really happening is
1:17:32
when you see similar I mean, what about Islam is what it's
1:17:35
called, it's how you're told to shut up but similar crimes and
1:17:38
fractions etc, with different sanctions put on the
1:17:44
perpetrators. And most notably, Big Pharma, big finance big
1:17:48
tech, you know, they're just faceless, nameless pay the fine
1:17:52
and no one goes to jail. And this is what gets peed. This is
1:17:55
what makes people crazy at a certain point.
1:18:00
Well, it's
1:18:02
makes him take Viagra and go start raping people.
1:18:06
take Viagra Shut up. I don't know what to make.
1:18:11
I have a lawsuit that tops that lawsuit, though. I can top this
1:18:17
as a as a backgrounder, the reason why American cities have
1:18:21
allowed particularly democratic cities have allowed homelessness
1:18:24
to run rampant in their cities up to the Idaho case. Yes, Boise
1:18:29
specifically, briefly, in the Ninth Circuit, a Democrat
1:18:35
powerhouse law firm, sued the city and said you cannot move
1:18:38
homeless people's tents, even though the city gave the
1:18:41
homeless people those tents. Because that is while they're
1:18:46
experiencing homelessness is their home moving their home is
1:18:50
cruel and unusual punishment, therefore unconstitutional. And
1:18:54
every single city refers to that saying, Well, it's the Ninth
1:18:57
Circuit's Boise versus Yeah, like what are you gonna do? But
1:19:02
now, but now
1:19:03
basically exactly what they say. That's the way they say it.
1:19:08
Thank you. I've practiced very hard on it. I overheard that
1:19:11
that the Austin City Council meeting so now check this out in
1:19:15
Portland. So our
1:19:16
homeless crisis we have new details on the lawsuit against
1:19:19
the city of Portland over homeless camps on City
1:19:21
sidewalks. A group of people with disabilities say that in
1:19:25
many cases, these camps are blocking ADA access. And this is
1:19:29
the first lawsuit of its kind here in Portland. As Blair best
1:19:32
reports, the county hounded out 1000s of tenants tents, excuse
1:19:36
me to the homeless back in 2021, which could be the root cause of
1:19:39
this lawsuit.
1:19:40
Now before before we continue. This is genius. The ADA is
1:19:46
powerful. Yeah, very. And so and in this report as you hear it,
1:19:52
you see blind guys with a stick trying to walk down the street
1:19:55
bumping into tents and stuff. It's like beautifully
1:19:59
articulated. And so now, it's gonna be who's more important.
1:20:04
The lawyers behind this lawsuit say the 6500 10s and 10s of
1:20:09
1000s of tarps that the county gave to the homeless are now
1:20:13
making it nearly impossible for people with mobility
1:20:15
disabilities to safely get around the sidewalks.
1:20:19
Often there's tents blocking the entire sidewalk where I don't
1:20:24
see them because they weren't there early last
1:20:25
month, a group of Portlanders with mobility disabilities filed
1:20:29
a lawsuit against the city, arguing the city is in violation
1:20:32
of the American with Disabilities Act and the Federal
1:20:35
Rehabilitation Act by allowing homeless tent sites to block
1:20:39
sidewalks
1:20:40
and have to go out in the street a lot of times you hit around
1:20:42
them.
1:20:43
The city has since responded to the lawsuit requesting Multnomah
1:20:46
County Metro and the state of Oregon also be added to the
1:20:50
case. The city's attorney did not respond to K GW by our
1:20:53
deadline, but sending an email to the lawyer leading this case,
1:20:57
quote, as your lawsuit is currently presented, I believe
1:21:00
it fails to recognize the important role and
1:21:02
responsibility played by these other government entities. In
1:21:06
addition to the city pointing fingers complex problem.
1:21:09
First of all, this lawsuit is under the Americans with
1:21:13
Disabilities Act.
1:21:14
This is John de Lorenzo, the lead attorney representing the
1:21:17
Oregonians who filed the lawsuit.
1:21:19
And the Ninth Circuit has made it pretty clear that sidewalks
1:21:24
are within the ambit of the act. The city has jurisdiction.
1:21:30
But if the tents and tarps that the joint office gave to the
1:21:33
homeless are found to be used in ways that block ADA access, the
1:21:37
county could also be sued.
1:21:39
And if we have success here, I think this model could be
1:21:43
replicated in other West Coast cities to Nice move.
1:21:48
I like the irony. Now. The Ninth Circuit already determined that
1:21:53
sidewalks are part of the act so they have to be you can't have a
1:21:58
bunch of tents on him essentially. This is beautiful.
1:22:01
I don't know what they're gonna do. Now this is well, this is
1:22:04
you know, it's always turns out to be one thing about the
1:22:06
American system is very litigious. And it's always if
1:22:10
you can sue for one thing you can sue for another. And so this
1:22:13
all stems the homeless crisis stems from a suit in Boise,
1:22:17
Idaho, it can be undone
1:22:19
in the ninth circuit as well. So now the Ninth Circuit, they get
1:22:22
their feet to the fire, what you're going to do, and then we
1:22:26
can take wagers who's going to be more important, are crippled
1:22:30
or are homeless,
1:22:31
the ADA is more important, it predates and also I think the
1:22:36
Ninth Circuit is going to see this as a way to get out out
1:22:40
from under that other case. Oh, cities,
1:22:46
gasoline, homeless people are Democrats and cripples or
1:22:50
Republicans. That's what this is going to come down to.
1:22:53
Yeah, that will, they'll never pull that one off. But I'll say
1:22:56
this to some Democrats, cities like Oakland, they just tear
1:22:59
these places up anywhere there because there's fire hazards.
1:23:03
Well, and that's the irony of it all is that the tents and the
1:23:07
tarps are given out by the cities and then when it becomes
1:23:10
a mess they go over there they clean them up and they dispose
1:23:13
of them by burning them it's literally burning money in the
1:23:16
air with no solution for the homelessness problem which we
1:23:21
know is to start by not allowing camping everywhere and get rid
1:23:28
of all the stupid NGOs and just burning money they're all
1:23:31
burning money there's so many good examples of how it can work
1:23:34
community first village people look it up look it up. And with
1:23:39
that, I'd like to thank you for your courage in the morning to
1:23:41
you the man who put the seat and who we who we ladies and
1:23:44
gentlemen say hello to my friend on the other end Mr. John C.
1:23:55
Mostly in the morning, shifts to C boosted the greater feet near
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1:24:02
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we titled radiation tsunami. I love this The minute I saw it,
1:25:47
because it not only worked in relation to the topic on the
1:25:52
show, but it was just a beautiful piece by pointy
1:25:55
rhetoric. With the two women in kind of a piece out of
1:26:00
Liechtenstein via Alexis
1:26:02
de style is easy. Some dots be in the back, but it was fine. A
1:26:05
few more
1:26:06
dots. And you know, Alexis is doing a he has so many
1:26:12
Lichtenstein's now he's doing an expo in Spain. I gotta find out
1:26:17
what he has. He's got an amazing college probably
1:26:19
she gets they haven't given you one
1:26:22
the other day check this out. Hey, wait a minute. I'm being
1:26:26
nice to him that dude 76 You know I'm like I believe me like
1:26:31
hey Lex I really love your I love your art so much really man
1:26:34
it's like of all the of all the war holes and I love it all. But
1:26:38
there was an article about this is my this is my first real boss
1:26:42
who was still we're still good friends with him in Holland. And
1:26:45
it was about this rare Beatles picture of them playing in the
1:26:48
Cavern Club and it was a great quality picture. And I know Lex
1:26:52
has a picture of them in the Cavern Club. I send it to him
1:26:55
he's like, Oh yeah, that's really cute. I have them when
1:26:58
they still had their jackets on which was obviously several
1:27:00
hours earlier on that very same evening and this is the kind of
1:27:03
stuff anyway, I have questions as the one woman the other one
1:27:08
says I will cut you and that'll end so once we did that this was
1:27:12
an accurate representation of the parliamentary hearing in the
1:27:15
European Parliament because that's exactly what happened. We
1:27:19
had Christine Anderson say these two women no no, well of course
1:27:23
not. That would have not been an attractive either way.
1:27:25
I want to blow up in this one for my permanent collection.
1:27:28
I wouldn't I'd hang this on the wall.
1:27:31
So I say pointy boobs only this I think is first when pointy
1:27:35
rhetoric if it's me and women who don't know it has a high res
1:27:40
copy of this
1:27:40
yeah I wouldn't mind that either as pointy hash
1:27:43
a rather hit him or her printed out and sign it just save them
1:27:47
yeah sign it can be you can do one read you can comrade you can
1:27:51
be one of two and I'll be two of two and that's it. Yeah, there
1:27:57
you go. Pointy rhetoric. Let me see what else pointy rhetoric
1:28:00
did. pointees point he's got skills but has not been shown.
1:28:07
She he has done a number of nice pieces. And but none of I don't
1:28:14
recall any of those getting picked. It's only one page where
1:28:17
it's I mean, some of these people like Nick the rat has
1:28:19
like 20 pages of art burned out it's really interesting. He's in
1:28:26
the real jacked up at the beginning and then they get you
1:28:28
know, then they get kind of cool they're doing cool work and then
1:28:31
next thing you know, they're like after always, just one
1:28:34
throw away after another. Oh, very funny.
1:28:36
Oh, you want cheesecake? Here's cheesy. They get discouraged.
1:28:41
They pick cheesecake as cheesecake.
1:28:43
Yeah, your cheesecake right here.
1:28:46
We also discussed the Poseidon Doomsday machine by Nico sign
1:28:50
sign me. In fact, it was between those two. Which was cute.
1:28:56
You liked?
1:28:58
No, it's the one that you mentioned. As I said, Yeah, that
1:29:01
said it would be between this and the I cut you but I think I
1:29:04
cut you
1:29:04
well that little submarine. Yeah, you'd like to. Oh, yeah,
1:29:07
that's cute. I thought was a very cute piece. Yeah, it was
1:29:10
very it's just pretty. Yeah, that could have been picked. I
1:29:14
could use that for the newsletters to see what sorry.
1:29:18
That's it. Well, I mean, it was a good typical Darrow Neal You
1:29:22
know just covering all the bases and putting something in there
1:29:25
with an anxiety flag we do. Exactly. Darrin escape hatch art
1:29:30
is what that is, man. You know, here's what he does. He goes on
1:29:34
he says he looks at everything is like the boys and I kind of
1:29:37
like this. Let me throw something together just in case.
1:29:40
You know, that's what he's doing.
1:29:42
It's very do all his art is always usable.
1:29:46
Notice the little then this is I didn't see this before but
1:29:49
notice the little tooth on the kids with this shirt. That's the
1:29:55
anxiety. Isn't that cute? Yeah. Ah You know, I am so mad at
1:30:07
myself. For what? Well for bringing up my my operation
1:30:12
because now people are sending me emails like you'll never walk
1:30:16
again. Yeah,
1:30:19
whole right side of your face will fall over your lower half a
1:30:24
chipmunk,
1:30:25
you'll never speak well again, you'll always be Josh, the
1:30:29
anonymous, the anonymous gay accountant, pizza, check it out.
1:30:33
The anonymous gay accountant who is an accountant to the to ultra
1:30:36
wealthy to
1:30:37
the super wealthy, billionaire class,
1:30:39
billionaire class. So he texts me because we text and and he
1:30:44
says, I'm gonna check it out for you, I'm gonna see is that
1:30:48
there's no reason why an adult performer can't deduct her
1:30:52
implants for her boobs, and you should be able to do this for
1:30:54
your teeth. I'm gonna go look for case law. And then he
1:30:57
follows up with by the way, she played that clip from Trump
1:31:00
remember when his denture slipped out him? I don't want to
1:31:03
sound like that, do you? I mean, there's all this. This is only
1:31:07
amping up the anxiety. And here and here's the use from one
1:31:10
producer. Let's go
1:31:11
back to Jonathan, because we'll put the first question to you,
1:31:14
Jonathan, the human body a mass of interconnected systems and
1:31:18
feedback loops. Interestingly, some parts of the body may be
1:31:22
more connected than perhaps we realized, because we got a
1:31:24
question here from Liz, Jonathan. She says, Is it true
1:31:28
that if you have your teeth removed, for instance, dental
1:31:31
surgery or otherwise, you can lose your hearing?
1:31:34
That is a fairly well known, a well known phenomenon, but it's
1:31:41
fairly well known phenomenon.
1:31:44
So here we go. John Shoosh pick
1:31:47
up a little bit. You're working saying?
1:31:50
You be calling me Jason. It's gonna be horrible. Hey, Jason.
1:31:56
My name is LM.
1:31:58
And then on top of all this, we're out of Adderall. Did you
1:32:03
hear about that? There's an Adderall shortage.
1:32:05
No, I have not heard this one.
1:32:07
There's Yeah, people are freaking out. No kidding. Oh,
1:32:11
yeah. Oh, yeah. I think we have an ad maybe have a good
1:32:15
one jacked up price of distance fake.
1:32:18
Well, no, what happened is one second, let me just read this to
1:32:22
you because I have it here under big pharma don't have a clip I
1:32:26
was looking for one FDA confirmed shortage of Adderall
1:32:29
with delays possible until the end of the year. And now we go
1:32:32
to Fox Business. Widespread shortages of Adderall and other
1:32:37
versions of the drug use for treating attention deficit
1:32:40
hyperactivity disorder are deepening in the US causing
1:32:43
desperation in Peyton's patients who rely on the medication to
1:32:47
focus? You mean, drug addicts? Yes, drug addicts, the largest
1:32:53
Adderall manufacturer in the US Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries
1:32:56
Limited, which I think is that crazy finance woman whose family
1:33:01
did that said last month that a labor shortage from earlier in
1:33:04
the year disrupted production, but also they expect shortage at
1:33:10
retail level to be solved in the next few weeks maybe. But it was
1:33:14
because a lot more was prescribed during COVID. And
1:33:19
then, like, dogs,
1:33:20
that makes no sense have a lot more as prescribed and they
1:33:23
would have up to production. So they shouldn't have a shortage.
1:33:26
Now this makes zero sense.
1:33:28
This is what drug dealers do. Hey, man, I'm sorry. Like I
1:33:31
gotta limit the supply you know, it's tight, man. It's not coming
1:33:34
in from Colombia. So you know right now it's like hey, man,
1:33:38
like we're short on supply. Up goes the price. This is all
1:33:41
illegal drugs isolated.
1:33:43
This is illegal price fixing. Exactly.
1:33:45
Anyway. On with with the show, thank you. Producers, no need to
1:33:53
send me doom. Information Information, Doom information is
1:33:59
just not not appreciated anymore.
1:34:04
would go into it that attitude.
1:34:07
We do appreciate our executive and Associate Executive
1:34:10
producers who came in strong today. We appreciate that. Thank
1:34:13
you so much. They'll make an up for some of the pay Paul pocket
1:34:16
Pay Pal pocalypse. And we have actually I think we have more
1:34:21
Knights and Dames today than we have birthdays on the list. A
1:34:25
lot of people stepping up let's kick it off with Rhonda pi burn.
1:34:29
Dame Rhonda, the happy farm killer. In the morning,
1:34:33
gentlemen, greetings to you both from Athens, Alabama here and
1:34:36
feeding FEMA Region number four, and she sends us $1,015 I make
1:34:43
this donation of 1015. In honor of my awesome husband Tom pie
1:34:47
burn on the occasion of his birthday on October 15. You see
1:34:50
as both of our wonderful and questioning Human Resources Emma
1:34:53
and will were also born on October 15 respectively 22 and
1:34:57
19 years ago, the poor guy for all intensive purposes has not
1:35:00
had a birthday for all these many years. Oh, this is so nice.
1:35:05
I thought now was the perfect time for reparations to be made.
1:35:08
I asked you you please make him an instant I have no agenda
1:35:11
roundtable so we can join so he can join myself and all of the
1:35:15
other Danes and nights out there. I thank him for his
1:35:17
courage for many things, but especially for being the best
1:35:20
husband, father and provider that a gal could ever hope for
1:35:23
he is my rock the love of my life. And and my best and
1:35:27
favorite bartender too. I am blessed girl for sure. And thank
1:35:32
the heavens for him every day. So if you'd be so kind, please
1:35:35
Sorry. Nothing I'm just gonna keep talking. But you were
1:35:40
making grunting noises?
1:35:41
No, I said hum because that said that effect took place and I'm
1:35:44
realizing as my right speaker comes in and out of usage.
1:35:49
Oh, you're troubleshooting on the fly? I like it. Yeah. So if
1:35:52
you'd be so kind please allow Tom highborn to join the
1:35:55
roundtable and be known hereafter Sir Tom Knight of the
1:35:58
1015 home team. Also Would you please wish the happiest of
1:36:02
birthdays to Tom pie burn Emma pie burn and will pie burn? All
1:36:06
who celebrate on October 15. Today there's always like a
1:36:08
party around our house. Could I please request venison
1:36:11
tenderloin cooked medium rare and Redwood Empire rye whiskey
1:36:16
for the knighting ceremony you bet already have it it's good to
1:36:19
go nice and tender. humbly request jingles a biscuit for
1:36:22
the birthdays celebratory Al Sharpton jingle we're going to
1:36:25
play the short one today since we've had a long note and an art
1:36:29
to do to karma for good measure. That would be very nice as well.
1:36:33
Thank you for both of your courage for keeping my amygdala
1:36:35
amygdala in check. And thanks for all that you do for the no
1:36:39
agenda community
1:36:39
they always give me a biscuit on my birthday you've got karma
1:36:56
now we move on to to our friend and Hubbard, Oregon and this is
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a handwritten note unfortunately for you or me, the vibe count is
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Kim keeper of the Nettie fluffers she loves your voice so
1:37:12
much.
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Yes,
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because of this dulcet tones of yours as as long as they last.
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And this would be a good time for you to read this note. And
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it's a switcheroo.
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It's Oh, and she wants me to read the note on that's
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interesting. Okay, here we go in the morning John. Adam. Adam,
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please read you are his favorites. I'm the I'm the
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favorite of someone here. Jingle over has a biscuit for my
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birthday Biden whole load yet karma. You are really rolling it
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out here on chat. I would like this donation credited to will
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the vape shop guy.
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He says him not her husband.
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it's her husband.
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He was the one that hit me in the mouth. So for his birthday
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roundtable. Thank you for all you do I count as Kim of the
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nutty fluffers in Hubbard, Oregon. Well that's not lewd at
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not sure is that hype? We're technologies are brand new,
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Dave. Dave Foley. I think that's that's folly. It is fully but
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his does he just want to credit to his company or otherwise we
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give them the fanfare. Do we have Fanfare for Foley we've if
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we do it's well, it's in the archives. Well, we
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have yes we do.
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In the morning citizens and slaves of Gitmo nation. Please
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stand and salute Sir David. Grant. US Hey.
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Hey, welcome back. Grand Duke Foley.
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executive producer for today's show. Thanks, John and Anna for
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I didn't get I didn't have the photo. I didn't see it. I could
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Maybe. Sir Cecil the diesel. Are you kidding me?
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when he said when? In lieu of jingles? Okay, well, my picks in
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the newsletter sound Oh sound okay.
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I will find this pic and put it in the newsletter instead of the
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want a picture instead of a long winded note? Actually, it should
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be length of note picture.
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Oh, I like this so it'll just be C picture.
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Sure, Mike's up next he's in Georgetown, Texas. I don't even
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norm. Thank you for your courage, sir Mike of Georgetown,
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Texas.
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Carolina.
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I can also do a very quick search. I think I think you're
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I think it didn't go through or something. There was something
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screwy fishy about this. Oh, no, I you know what it was?
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about it?
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he did is he said, Hey, thanks for the plug on the show. He's
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useful cash brothers. Good job. At a double up on the devil. Now
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of course,
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I think it's okay.
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I think there's about 100 left and that's about it. We should
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Okey dokey Hey cat turd also got shut down by Bank of America.
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Cat turd.
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Yeah, you know cat turd.
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I know cat turd but I can't I'm not placing white cat turd
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what's the fame of cat turd
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cat her does the videos and tweets on on Twitter as Cat turd
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and does the does videos of also does videos of tick tock nut
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jobs
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oh oh me like tick tock
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Yeah, yeah, but captured is a superstar.
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Why would they shut him down
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Jones described the situation as they as the left exerting
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control through any means necessary.
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Tattered his Bank of America got to do with this is something
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more to this story.
1:50:25
It's well what do you mean it's been happening it happens with
1:50:27
with gun shops it happens with weed shops. It happens with
1:50:32
webcam girls. One of our producers want to say hi to Lala
1:50:37
dirty desert. I have no idea but okay. She apparently promotes
1:50:40
she promotes the show. She does good for your webcam.
1:50:44
She should have a cover we can suggest John and Adam can be
1:50:48
tattooed or at least written with a sharpie and not parts of
1:50:51
her body. No wait on the left Adam on the right hold
1:50:54
on a second. This producer actually wrote me a note and
1:50:57
said she has named each of her breasts one Adam and one John.
1:51:01
I'm not kidding. Hey,
1:51:03
yeah, I'm a genius marketing genius. Yes, you are, sir. All
1:51:10
right. Well, while we're talking about screwballs on Tik Tok and
1:51:14
elsewhere, yes, and the teachers, I don't know what this
1:51:17
teacher looks like, but I'm so female and I'm assuming she's
1:51:20
got pink hair. And she's we go, but all I have is this story
1:51:25
about her and this is the teacher's kill list story which
1:51:28
needs to be promoted.
1:51:30
A fifth grade teacher in Indiana has been detained by police
1:51:33
after it was discovered that she had a kill list that included
1:51:37
her own students and school staff members. 25 year old
1:51:40
teacher Angelica Casa Kyo Torres worked at St. Stanislaus School
1:51:45
in East Chicago, Indiana. Police officers spoke with the
1:51:48
principal and the assistant principal who claimed that the
1:51:50
teacher allegedly told a fifth grade student about her kill
1:51:54
list and informed the student that he or she was on the bottom
1:51:57
of that list. Police say the student told a counselor about
1:52:00
the list and the teacher was immediately taken to the
1:52:03
principal's office. She allegedly admitted to the
1:52:05
existence of the list. Police say the principal then advised
1:52:08
the teacher to leave and not return to school pending an
1:52:11
investigation. The Chicago Police Department says they were
1:52:14
informed of the situation roughly four hours after the
1:52:17
teacher was allowed to leave the school and go home. And they
1:52:20
were then able to obtain an emergency detention order to
1:52:23
arrest the teacher.
1:52:25
This is pretty crazy.
1:52:26
That's a great story. A teacher with a kill list with their own
1:52:32
students. Oh, man. Wow,
1:52:36
this is insane.
1:52:39
Yes, and you know, homeschooling good private schools, I guess is
1:52:43
the answer. They're gonna have to go to the voucher system one
1:52:46
of these days let's face his school, public schools are
1:52:49
completely lost.
1:52:52
That's crazy. Yeah, I mean, just in this general vein. It's not
1:53:00
just crazy here in the UK. They've got all this trans non
1:53:05
binary stuff going on as well. And where we have I'm not
1:53:10
entirely sure, but it was sent by Sarah so she's in the UK so
1:53:13
she'll give us more background. But like the like in the US,
1:53:18
there's drag time story hour for the kids. So there's an
1:53:23
organization in the UK called mermaids, the mermaids charity,
1:53:26
who I think may even get governmental money. And you
1:53:29
know, they're clearly there to help the children. And this came
1:53:35
up this came up in parliamentary I think was a parliamentary
1:53:39
inquiries with the new prime minister, have a listen as to
1:53:43
what the complaint is.
1:53:46
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Over the past week, serious safeguarding
1:53:50
failures while children's charity mermaids has come to
1:53:53
light revelations, the charity said breast flattening devices
1:53:57
to young girls behind their parents back promoted harmful
1:54:00
medical and surgical procedures to children. Hi to trusty with
1:54:04
links to pedophile organizations, and the digital
1:54:07
education sorry digital engagement manager who posted
1:54:10
pornographic images online, including off yourself dressed
1:54:14
as a school girl. For years despite whistleblowers raising
1:54:18
alarm. Mermaids have had unfettered access to vulnerable
1:54:21
children. Does my Right Honourable friend agree, but
1:54:24
it's taken far too long for these concerns to be taken
1:54:27
seriously? And does she also agree that it is high time for a
1:54:31
police investigation into the activities of mermaids?
1:54:38
It's very important that underage teams are able to
1:54:43
develop their own decision making capabilities and not be
1:54:47
forced into any kind of activity. And what I would say
1:54:51
on the subject of the investigation she raises Of
1:54:56
course those matters should be raised and should be properly
1:54:58
looked at
1:55:00
They're not as forceful as before when she was talking
1:55:03
about these issues, but interesting that that's
1:55:06
gone on we response
1:55:08
got it got a really good note from one of our producers,
1:55:11
Dakota. And this triggered something in me because and I
1:55:15
think it's two parts because I saw maybe it was a Tucker piece
1:55:19
he was talking about the puberty blockers which are, it's not
1:55:24
like it's a like a medication on the shelf or in the pharmacy.
1:55:28
That's puberty blocker. Now. This is HRT hormone replacement.
1:55:33
Why should we read the note because this is what I was
1:55:37
reminded by this. John Adam, you've had many great
1:55:40
discussions on the crazy trans hormone situation. I have an
1:55:43
important discussion point that isn't being brought up that
1:55:44
points to a massive crisis of trans folks being rife with
1:55:47
horrific cancers later in life. My wife is an oncology
1:55:51
registered, registered nurse and treated many baby boomer aged
1:55:55
women who had non genetic cancers who she confirmed were
1:55:58
using hormone replacement therapy, HRT, this is what I
1:56:02
like, Oh, I remember this. This was back in the, in the 2000s,
1:56:07
HRT or the like women start to go on mass and all kinds of
1:56:11
other types of hormone like supplements as they get older,
1:56:16
through menopause, so they stay fresh and juicy. And I'm just
1:56:19
mad at skin everything in general. And also that it could
1:56:23
cause you know, the HRT could cause cancer. I remember this
1:56:26
year many studies prove this causation. Just go ahead and
1:56:30
being HRT cancer, it will show more Lancet as correlations,
1:56:34
etc, etc. So getting back to the epidemic of young people that
1:56:37
will be taking this from teen years until potentially middle
1:56:40
age, you can do the math on the risk of cancer being near
1:56:43
absolute. This also says nothing about the amount of hormones
1:56:47
being taken to transition versus HRT which are probably orders of
1:56:52
magnitude less to treat menopause compared to force
1:56:55
rebooting a human body to act like a different sex I believe
1:56:59
we'll see a devastating future and a couple of decades from now
1:57:02
as all these people trying to transition become riddled with
1:57:05
terminal cancers from unprecedented long term use of
1:57:08
hormones and in significant quantities. I don't believe
1:57:11
there are any current studies on this use new use it's certainly
1:57:14
not to prove it's safe
1:57:18
good
1:57:21
well that's nice study.
1:57:23
Exactly what he said it's crazy I know vase makeup wire clip.
1:57:32
So what do you get out of here
1:57:33
makes you go quiet.
1:57:34
I know it's horrible. It's I don't know what to say about it.
1:57:38
Enough. There was Witten Whitmore Whitman whenever name
1:57:44
is Oh, no up and no with a woman that's a governor of Michigan.
1:57:49
Whitmer. Whitmer. Whitmer is also she's running against
1:57:54
another female that is sharper and he's or she's a Republican.
1:57:59
And they're both of them. They just had to debate. It's really
1:58:02
funny to watch it because no, she said this. No, I didn't. You
1:58:06
said that? No, I didn't. It's actually quite humorous. But she
1:58:11
said if there's a funny comment in the middle of the whole
1:58:14
thing, seven seconds I noticed I didn't get any ISOs. That's
1:58:18
interesting. Play this and see what it is.
1:58:21
Whitmer fiercely defended her actions during her term.
1:58:24
You're gonna hear a lot of divisive rhetoric and a focus on
1:58:28
the past for my opponent.
1:58:30
Oh, wait, you mean a focus on your record? So yes, this word
1:58:37
got my attention was like Jesus focus focusing on the past
1:58:41
focusing on your record past focus on what what you're going
1:58:46
to do in the future. You can't do it. I just thought that was a
1:58:49
very and that just breezed right by everybody. She's there she's
1:58:52
gonna be focusing on my past.
1:58:55
Okay. I would consider that almost Gath like no, she entered
1:59:03
though. She meant it which is the weird thing. No, she totally
1:59:06
meant it. Did you see this equally short clip from
1:59:11
Minnesota representative Angie Craig. No, who was a Democrat
1:59:15
here's what she said.
1:59:17
I will never stop standing up for Big Pharma and standing
1:59:21
against my constituents.
1:59:25
This was in a debate
1:59:27
why did she screw it up? She's She She sure did you got a
1:59:31
spectacularly wrong one more time.
1:59:34
I will never stop standing up for Big Pharma and standing
1:59:38
against my constituents
1:59:40
truth comes out baby do
1:59:42
that you should it wasn't so much cute edit
1:59:44
now was video you could see it clearly. This was I mean
1:59:47
everyone's her. Her opponent in the debate is looking are like
1:59:50
her like, I'm just gonna be quiet while you do this. Go
1:59:53
ahead, keep going. Keep going. Keep talking. Keep talking. Love
1:59:58
it and not crazy.
2:00:00
That's That's so good and give me a borderline Clip of the Day
2:00:05
well I will accept hold on to your panties though we got more
2:00:13
Maderna CEO Philippe bounce Stefan bounce sell he was
2:00:18
interviewed by one of them was actually I think was NBC it was
2:00:21
a big interview 10 minutes 10 minutes of this this guy and I
2:00:26
like him over the Pfizer because this guy is you know these are
2:00:31
like hedge fund guys who built this Maderna outfit everybody
2:00:35
made out like bandits the company pretty much didn't exist
2:00:40
until COVID and that didn't go public. Like just before COVID
2:00:46
Yeah, yeah no way you could have made a lot of money on the
2:00:49
stock. Well,
2:00:50
he did. A lot of people made a lot of money on the stock so
2:00:53
they sit him down for an inch and so now now he's just Mr.
2:00:58
Shelf assured Mr. Arrogant. Oh, yeah, you make money out of
2:01:01
stock is suddenly your genius. 8% of the company. Yes. Now,
2:01:07
unlike the Pfizer CEO, you can actually understand him, but
2:01:12
it's unfortunate because the French don't have audible tells
2:01:17
necessarily surely nominee speaking English. But he has
2:01:20
this really weird fat lips smile that he does from time to time,
2:01:24
which is creepy to look at.
2:01:26
Is the smile in the middle of a conversation. Just smile. Yes.
2:01:29
Yeah. Smile. Yeah, yeah. Bill Gates does that.
2:01:32
Now Case in point, two clips. One, I guess the by Vaillant
2:01:38
vaccine, you know, the two and one it's not even ready yet. I
2:01:45
thought this thing was rolling out but it's that was
2:01:47
getting shots you do. We had a report the other day about 7
2:01:50
million kids that got shots or something? Yeah, but why bail is
2:01:54
shot. That's what it said. But it's not you get maybe their
2:01:57
shot. Maybe Pfizer has one and they don't
2:01:59
this is Maderna that modernity modernity makes the is the
2:02:03
technology people. So they haven't made it yet. I think
2:02:07
there's just the COVID in one arm and the flu in the other
2:02:12
arm. Anyway, here he is explaining where it is on their
2:02:14
roadmap.
2:02:15
So the big thing that people are waiting for is the COVID shot
2:02:18
and the flu shot to come together. How far is that off?
2:02:21
I think it's a couple years of maybe two years of what we're
2:02:24
working on now is a flu vaccine is in phase three, the last
2:02:28
stage before we can submit the data, if positive to the
2:02:32
regulators, and then the COVID Plus One will be just behind it.
2:02:36
It's already in the clinical studies will be just behind you.
2:02:38
So I think you know, for 24 winter in Australia, maybe not
2:02:42
the combo flu, maybe from Madonna maybe. But I think for
2:02:46
25 You should be on the market
2:02:47
and flu from Maderna will that have the same mRNA sort of
2:02:52
technology in that that the COVID vaccine is 100%
2:02:55
The same technology, which is why I love this technology is
2:02:58
that from a risk standpoint, from a chance or efficacy
2:03:01
standpoint, is we give in your body 100% The same chemical
2:03:06
matter molecules that will give you four spikes. So it's the
2:03:10
same for virmani. The same probably peed with the same
2:03:13
equipment, you know, same people making the products. And so I
2:03:17
think we'll be able to go really fast. I think he's really a
2:03:20
transformation from the older way of making products, which I
2:03:24
looked like an analog type of making products. He's really an
2:03:27
information molecule amount. And so we're going to be able to do
2:03:30
things that I've never been able to be done before.
2:03:33
Yeah, apologies. It was for Sky News in Australia. And Anna
2:03:38
Mogera just received a license to produce all kinds of
2:03:41
vaccines. And
2:03:41
so it did by Vaillant, that we've been talking about is the
2:03:44
two kinds of COVID in one shot Nitish COVID
2:03:47
Oh, I've I've been mistaken. Okay, I thought that was the the
2:03:52
COVID and the and the flu. Anyway, so he's like, Oh, this
2:03:57
is great technology. It doesn't doesn't matter. We've got the
2:04:01
technology we can we can solve everything.
2:04:03
We've always fought this information molecule, the mRNA
2:04:09
could be a very, very powerful medicine that we inject in your
2:04:13
body. So you make your own drug. And as you described, we have
2:04:20
exciting programs in cancer. You know, in skin cancer, we have
2:04:24
data by the end of this year. We just presented two weeks ago at
2:04:28
our annual r&d their data and rare genetic disease where kids
2:04:33
are unlucky to get wrong DNA from mom and dad, and they can't
2:04:37
make a protein that you and I have. So what do we do we design
2:04:41
the mRNA
2:04:42
by the way, imagine some douchebag saying poor kid got
2:04:45
wrong DNA from mom and dad. What does that mean? You get wrong
2:04:50
DNA from mom and dad
2:04:52
means you're voting Republican.
2:04:56
rare genetic disease where kids are
2:04:59
rare genetic A disease of conservatism that gets wrong
2:05:02
DNA from mom and dad and the carmaker protein that you and I
2:05:06
have. So what do we do we design the mRNA instead of spike to say
2:05:11
you put into mixed bag like in the vaccine case, we put the
2:05:15
instruction that you and I have all in our DNA. And we'll give
2:05:18
you the IV to those kids to go into their liver. And when the
2:05:21
Amani delivers their instruction in their liver, they make the
2:05:25
protein that they are missing. And the early clinical data in
2:05:28
terms of reduction of hospitalization is quite
2:05:30
compelling.
2:05:31
Yes, we jab the children in the liver.
2:05:33
And so I've
2:05:35
tested on animals, you're good to go.
2:05:37
He's also something we can do. As you say, cardiology, we have
2:05:40
now in a clinic, super exciting program when we inject them on a
2:05:44
people's heart after heart attack, to grow back new blood
2:05:48
vessel to help revascularize the heart. So it's a bit like
2:05:51
science fiction medicine, but that's what is really exciting
2:05:54
to me.
2:05:55
Now, this is what I find interesting. It sounds like
2:05:58
science fiction. Yes. He's not talking. He's not talking about
2:06:03
vaccines. This is not preventative.
2:06:06
This is somebody genetic engineering on the fly. Yeah, so
2:06:10
Oh, yeah.
2:06:11
But it looks like he got bad DNA. Are they gonna fix Down
2:06:16
syndrome? This is all creepy. And he is he's got that
2:06:21
inappropriate fat lips smile going on. But
2:06:26
super soldiers. Yeah, guys. Yeah, well, these guys are all
2:06:29
creepy. So we talked about the EU and that we had that woman
2:06:34
and it was a very, you know, series of clips bitching and
2:06:37
moaning about the not having Borla there and all the rest of
2:06:40
it. And Anderson. Oh, good. Good, good. Good.
2:06:43
So there's the follow ups and again, does COVID eu vaccine
2:06:46
follow up?
2:06:47
Several members of the EU parliament have raised questions
2:06:51
over the purchase of over 4 billion doses of Pfizer's COVID
2:06:54
vaccine and the way the contracts were signed by the EU
2:06:57
Commission president. They accuse her of corruption for
2:07:00
concealing the discussion she had with the pharmaceutical
2:07:02
company and tedious France correspondent David ves has the
2:07:06
story.
2:07:07
The Croatian Member of Parliament claims that EU
2:07:10
Commission President Ursula von Deleon unlawfully concluded the
2:07:14
purchase of 4.5 billion doses of the COVID vaccine interval by
2:07:19
the EU. 4.5 billion doses for 450 million people, including
2:07:25
children means each EU citizen which excludes the UK shall
2:07:30
receive 10 doses each of the vaccine. Several other MPs back
2:07:35
collect six claims. In a hearing at the EU parliament on Monday,
2:07:40
lawmakers addressed questions over the contract binding the EU
2:07:44
and Pfizer. French mp version is your own noted the refusal of
2:07:49
Pfizer CEO Albert Bullock to attended the meeting on October
2:07:53
12 and said none of the EU lawmakers concerns had been
2:07:58
answered on that day. What does that effect Mr. Mr. balandis,
2:08:01
we regret that Mr. Birla did not attend this hearing. We all know
2:08:06
that this is the most important purchase contract carried out by
2:08:10
the Commission does
2:08:11
the order emitted by Vondel. Ian has also been questioned in a
2:08:15
report by the European Court of Auditors on September 21, the
2:08:20
court stated it had asked for several documents regarding the
2:08:23
participation of the EU Commission President in the
2:08:27
negotiation with Pfizer over the purchase of the vaccine doses,
2:08:31
but the commission had turned down this request.
2:08:35
Now there's not much of an update there. It seems like that
2:08:38
was the story
2:08:39
below might be but I tell you something more in part two, but
2:08:44
I think she's in trouble.
2:08:46
Who? Andrew? Dandelion Vandala No. Yeah, that hair that is her
2:08:52
shield protects her against all incoming imbeciles. Okay,
2:08:59
she's toast.
2:09:01
Who's gonna step in? No one did No, no, no, no, no, it's not how
2:09:05
it goes.
2:09:05
Yes, yeah, I'm saying toast but you can say no. Okay,
2:09:09
part two. Moreover, the report shows the call for tenders to
2:09:12
vaccine manufacturers had been emitted by the Commission after
2:09:16
it already decided Pfizer would be the contractor. In other
2:09:20
words, according to media outlet Licola disattach. The call for
2:09:25
tenders only served to normalize an agreement already done by
2:09:29
Pfizer and the Commission. Jones says these details plus the
2:09:33
capacity of the negotiations are enough to sue Ursula von der Lee
2:09:38
and over suspicion of corruption
2:09:41
until I came here that will count a false positive as I
2:09:44
asked a lawyer firm in France about what we could do, because
2:09:47
thanks to this report of the EU Court of Auditors which has just
2:09:50
been published, we have 35 pages of criticisms demands lack of
2:09:55
transparency. On page 33, page 33 Page 33 is very clear where
2:10:00
they indicate that preliminary negotiations were made by Ms.
2:10:05
von der Leyen and others. So she was unprofessional. Do so a
2:10:09
factual report of suspected passive corruption against Ms.
2:10:13
von der Leyen will be made. I also asked that it be received
2:10:17
by the chief prosecutor, I think not to do given the report, they
2:10:21
come to do not answer anything and continue to sell us their
2:10:24
products.
2:10:26
No, no,
2:10:28
it's 33 code. Yeah. Code code she's done.
2:10:36
Well, who would step in as the question because they
2:10:42
give it to that woman from Ireland. I'd be the good one.
2:10:45
Good luck with that. You don't know how Brussels works? I don't
2:10:48
think that this is strong enough to get rid of her. There needs
2:10:50
to be some kind of sex scandal otherwise just doesn't count.
2:10:53
Can we? Can we add that? Can we add Jana? Like she got loose
2:10:57
hands?
2:10:59
Oh, maybe this loose around her hairs in places and some special
2:11:03
stuff. She uses
2:11:04
loose, loose around the male interns. We need more this. This
2:11:08
is not enough. Of course she has to do those negotiations. She
2:11:12
saved Europe of those negotiations if she hadn't
2:11:15
stepped in
2:11:16
on 810 doses per person.
2:11:21
Meanwhile, back home they're ratcheting up the fear porn for
2:11:26
cause it's all timed perfectly. Well. Maybe it's just time to
2:11:29
get everyone to go home again in California.
2:11:32
Tonight the CDC says the flu season is off to an early start
2:11:35
here data shows a rash of fear like cases reported in Texas,
2:11:39
parts of the southeast. And right here in DC. And we know
2:11:43
it's going to get worse. Australia already went through
2:11:46
their season the worst in five years. Diego one high school is
2:11:50
just inundated with
2:11:51
Wait a minute. Wait a minute, the worst in five years in
2:11:54
Australia. Where's where's the pictures of the dead people?
2:11:58
Where's because we know if it's bad flu. It's very similar to
2:12:01
COVID. I didn't hear about a horrible flu season in
2:12:06
Australia. People dying. Did you?
2:12:09
I haven't either. We just did though.
2:12:11
Yes. Well, in San Diego one high school is just inundated with
2:12:15
cases. Carter Evans
2:12:18
outbreak it Patrick Henry high started Monday doubled by
2:12:22
Wednesday. And now more than half of the 2600 students here
2:12:26
are out. I have
2:12:27
never seen this many cases in so few days.
2:12:31
Dr. Howard terrace is the district physician. How can so
2:12:34
many kids get sick at the same time
2:12:36
there was a homecoming dance and game the weekend prior to this
2:12:41
Monday. You think that it would take several days for them to
2:12:45
become infectious to others. But it didn't.
2:12:48
Pre pandemic there were 36 million cases of flu but with
2:12:52
masking and social distancing cases plummeted to just 1000s
2:12:56
the lowest ever recorded. Now most mandates are gone. Why are
2:13:00
so many people getting the flu so early this year, the last
2:13:03
two years people haven't been exposed to much influenza. So
2:13:06
their immunity to it may be down, which is why it's
2:13:08
especially important to get vaccinated right now before it
2:13:12
rains out and starts to peak.
2:13:14
And the CDC says it's safe to get the flu shot and COVID
2:13:17
Booster together. So you be prepared for what's predicted to
2:13:21
be a severe flu season.
2:13:24
Oh, here.
2:13:27
Do you think any realm of possibility that these
2:13:30
children's immune systems are shot because of excessive COVID
2:13:35
vaccinations, which are mandatory still, I believe can
2:13:41
be in many California school districts is so sad. And now
2:13:45
that now the king has been dethroned. Peter McCullough
2:13:50
kicked off of everything. Now.
2:13:53
It took the you know it took what's surprising is it took as
2:13:56
long as it did.
2:14:00
The man has impeccable credentials. And he has nothing
2:14:05
to lose because he's he's all in now. Now. Now. It's just the
2:14:09
gloves are off with McCullough
2:14:11
wanted to come out is billionaire. He's former
2:14:15
Blackrock manager who's come out. He's been the first big guy
2:14:18
in Wall Street to come out and said basically Pfizer defrauded
2:14:22
the government. It's clear now. All the insurance companies are
2:14:26
showing anybody that takes a vaccine much higher risk of
2:14:28
death over the next year that the insurance companies are
2:14:31
blowing up with deaths all over, especially in young people just
2:14:34
yesterday. The millennial generation the mortality is way
2:14:39
up. The vaccine accelerates deaths from other causes. So if
2:14:43
someone has cancer, the vaccine accelerates. If someone has
2:14:46
heart disease was more likely to have fatal heart attacks and
2:14:50
strokes, the blood clotting is undeniable the vaccines cause
2:14:53
blood clotting, which is a common cause of fatal death is
2:14:56
large blood clot travels longer in the brain just Bieber's wife
2:15:00
had a blood clot in the brain. All the athletes dine on the
2:15:04
field, you can see it all over their vaccine is incredibly
2:15:07
risky. And it is, basically it's achieving this goal if the goal
2:15:12
was to reduce the world's population is working. Now, we
2:15:15
have not been long enough to see the impact of the vaccine on
2:15:18
fertility. But that's the next shoe to drop. Oh,
2:15:24
wow, this is good to know that, you know, the thing is, you piss
2:15:28
off a guy with this kind of credentials. That's what you
2:15:31
get. And you're gonna get, you're not gonna like what you
2:15:35
get. And that's what's going to happen because we do it before
2:15:38
then he was circumspect. And he says, Well, you know, I can say
2:15:42
this and that, and I can, you know, and then he always
2:15:44
defended himself because he's got these creds that are pretty
2:15:46
outrageous. And so now they screwed him anyway. And so I
2:15:51
said, Okay, well, you don't want to I'm gonna tell you what I
2:15:53
really think. Yeah.
2:15:59
Yeah, yeah. So don't take it from me. Take it from that guy.
2:16:04
Who is now of course will be labeled a kook. Kook could get a
2:16:07
quack quack, quack, quack, quack, quack hook and a quack.
2:16:13
Still great for clipping. Trouble is you're gonna have
2:16:18
trouble tracking him down. Yeah. While we're under, you're gonna
2:16:24
keep doing this kind of stuff to porn. Here's an horrible story,
2:16:28
the horrible sunscreen store why you shouldn't use it?
2:16:32
Oh, yeah. The conventional wisdom is to allow the sunscreen
2:16:35
on our bodies before and during outdoor activities for what's in
2:16:40
the sun creams and is the concoction of chemicals. Good
2:16:43
for us human? Maybe not? Yeah. Dr. Joseph Mercola osteopathic
2:16:48
physician and natural health advocate believes that sunscreen
2:16:52
is widely overused. He says it's a loaded brood of toxic
2:16:57
ingredients that promote human fertility and pure your neurons
2:17:00
and threaten coral reefs. Dr. Mercola said there are some
2:17:05
circumstances where it is wise and appropriate to use. But
2:17:09
those cases are few and far between. You just need to avoid
2:17:12
sunscreen and rely on sensible sun exposure. And February 2019,
2:17:17
the US Food and Drug Administration proposed new
2:17:20
regulations to make sure it sunscreens are safe and
2:17:24
effective. CDC research reveals that 96% of the US adult
2:17:29
population have absorbed sunscreen ingredient oxy benzene
2:17:33
and Hawaii they banned oxy benzene due to serious threats
2:17:37
to marine life. The problem is our skin also soaks up these
2:17:41
chemicals Fuxi benzene is an endocrine disruptor at reducing
2:17:45
male fertility. Many ingredients have been linked to a skin
2:17:49
cancer of all things increasing the speed at which malignant
2:17:53
cells develop and spread. Some ingredients are neurotoxic
2:17:58
posing risk to brain health. These have appeared in blood
2:18:01
urine and breast milk within two application yummy sounds. Green
2:18:07
filters are associated with reproductive development,
2:18:10
toxicity and impaired functioning of the thyroid liver
2:18:14
or kidneys. Animal research showed nanoparticles reach all
2:18:19
the respiratory tract and possibly the bloodstream. The
2:18:23
lungs can't clear these tiny particles. So given all that
2:18:27
let's look at some sensible Sun tips.
2:18:30
Now if you wonder what were her sensible Sun tips
2:18:33
get covered cover we use a lot of clothes and big hats and
2:18:39
don't go out in the sun. That's basically what she went into.
2:18:42
Yeah.
2:18:45
The more I looked into if you think food regulations are weird
2:18:49
in the United States there's almost no regulation for
2:18:53
skincare products you can pretty much do the only thing that you
2:18:56
really have to look out for is the you know the dye, red dye
2:19:00
etc those are still very strict regulation but everything else
2:19:04
they can throw whatever they want in there there's it's
2:19:06
really outrageous and what I use now believe it or not, is the
2:19:11
the Lord the Pharaoh Pharaoh light Lord Have you received
2:19:14
your your kit?
2:19:15
Yeah, yeah, my kit.
2:19:16
Have you tried it? No, I
2:19:18
haven't tried it yet.
2:19:18
I'm gonna try it try smear it on that gun
2:19:20
like crap Nick brothers smear it on it on a pig.
2:19:24
No, it comes from a pig. That's like cannibal
2:19:27
I'm just got it backwards.
2:19:29
All right. Cool viral video, which I figured I should
2:19:33
translate for Gitmo nation comes from the Netherlands very
2:19:36
disturbing psychological warfare against children. Reported by
2:19:42
the governmental news organization, they went to a
2:19:45
school a class of 10 year old kids. They had the SIOP master
2:19:49
there the like, I think it might have been a celebrity chef or
2:19:53
something. Hey, kids, today, besides all the good veggies,
2:19:57
we're going to try some mealworm Yay.
2:20:01
Oh yeah, the mealworm they cover
2:20:03
and they cover this with these. I'm just going to translate it
2:20:08
because I think I think it's worth it it just it's so so sad
2:20:11
what they're doing. Yes.
2:20:13
Yeah no, I think it probably is worth it we try to brainwash our
2:20:16
kids into eating bugs
2:20:24
heavy camel aka Shakima mealworm clearly they're being told about
2:20:31
the mealworms let's try them 3321 A meal worm
2:20:48
mine pandemonium
2:20:52
let's talk and how does it taste? It's okay. What does it
2:21:00
taste like? Like nuts Don't you think it's weird to eat worms?
2:21:09
No. Delft enough to notice.
2:21:11
Really? Oh yes
2:21:13
yes you're really tasty
2:21:16
this is this is someone from the government you really taste the
2:21:19
nut taste it's really good It just tastes like nuts are
2:21:21
shocked to notice. Yes, it tastes he says it tastes like a
2:21:25
soft nut in your mouth. Oh my god. I'm not kidding. This is
2:21:29
what he said here.
2:21:32
No after Delta shatter notice I came on tips.
2:21:35
The note and nobody like you have a soft nut in your mouth.
2:21:38
Okay, do April's Hills put a note to make you really taste
2:21:41
the nut?
2:21:42
That is a tough one to come swallow this be the 48 for the
2:21:46
two combs
2:21:46
oh this is definitely going to be part of our food of the
2:21:49
future and to come fill me it will be much more varied food in
2:21:54
the future but it has to do that way as it okay check today. And
2:21:57
of course insects belong with that yes of course I'm I'm this
2:22:00
kind of a to that. Let me start why so now they asked the
2:22:03
children why do we have to eat these children?
2:22:06
Memento to Eric Coleman I have a lot are nice.
2:22:09
Because there are more people on earth and we won't have enough
2:22:12
food for all of them. This is the psychological and they
2:22:14
didn't correct her. They didn't say anything. Now they put this
2:22:19
right there on the news on the London nutrition and food is
2:22:26
also coming from other countries and it's not so friendly for the
2:22:28
other country so we have to eat bugs do you think that this will
2:22:36
be food that we'll be eating in the future? I believe so. And if
2:22:42
it happens I don't mind could you go without meat? Yeah. Why?
2:22:51
Yeah. I like me needed somatic but I don't live for me. I don't
2:22:57
live for it it's actually went out on something called the yolk
2:23:02
shore now which is the evening children's news. It's like a
2:23:07
five membrane
2:23:08
deferred. They're brainwashed the kids in Holland. Yep. Yeah,
2:23:12
yeah. You don't need meat. You don't need those, especially