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October 30th, 2022 • 4h 7m

1499: Wack 'o Wibs

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October 30 2022. This is your award winning keep our nation
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media assassination episode 1490 Niner.
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This is no agenda, living
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up in a down world and broadcasting live from the heart
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of Texas in the country here in FEMA Region number six in the
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morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry.
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Dan from Northern Silicon Valley where we have a message for all
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Republicans. Nobody really likes fracking. I'm John C. Dvorak.
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Buzzkill.
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What is going on? Is this is this something with the debates
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or some some local
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issue? Dr. Oz? And then the other guy that Fetterman who's
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like, something happened to him. And we're well aware of
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something how I think everyone's going on about fracking because
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I guess there's a few people get lost their jobs. You know, we
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love fracking. Nobody loves fracking. It's a pain in the
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ass. It's, it's who knows what's going on. It creates a little
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earthquakes all over the place. It's it's, you find some other
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way of extracting oil and gas.
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Is there another way? Is there another way? I don't think
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there's a way to have
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oil and gas and, and plenty plus coal in this country before
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fracking, fracking is just a methodology to bust up some
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stuff and some shale lands. You know, the, you know, the
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process.
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Yeah, I guess well, I'm sorry, feel that way. I love fracking.
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Do not I'm in the state of Texas. I love fracking.
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Nobody loves fracking. All
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I could think of throughout the past few days news which of
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course was dominated for 85% by one story in one story only was
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stopped the hammering. That's all actually
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nice. What is the second time in a month that Paul's been
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hammered? Hey, Amy,
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happy Friday. Let's begin with the violent incident. That was
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San Francisco.
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Wait a minute. Wait a minute. In what world? Does it go? Hey,
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happy day. Hey, baby. How you doing? Let's start with some
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violent news. Let's do this. Listen to this.
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Hey, Amy. Happy Friday. Let's begin with the violent incident
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that was reported at the San Francisco Hey,
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John. Happy Sunday. Should we start with some violent news?
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Oh, yeah. Murder,
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Mayhem. Yay. Happy,
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happy, happy day. Hey,
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happy Friday. Let's begin with the violent incident that was
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reported at the San Francisco home of Nancy Pelosi, the
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lawmaker wasn't there at the time, Pelosi is officing that
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her husband was, quote, violently assaulted. The
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incident is raising new questions about security from
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the nation's lawmakers. Hall Pelosi is recovering now, but
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expected to make a full recovery.
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So it's not that we know any more than anybody else knows.
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And I love all these stories. And of course, I think the
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evidence stands against Paul Pelosi. You know, because of his
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prior infraction earlier, which is also kind of shady what
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happened we'll never know. It's kind of put under the rug. So
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before we even go any further, I'd say that this complete
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domination of the news, this may be an October surprise, as it
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was picked up was immediately by politicians. And of course, the
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mainstream media does obfuscate the Senate report that says
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COVID probably came from a laboratory. I just want to point
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that out. We'll come back to that later. But that's what
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everyone was focused on.
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What Wait, there's yet another report saying it came from a
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laboratory. Like some
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news from the Senate though. Now this was this was the Senate
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investigation. It's not news to us. But you know, the story is
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kind of crumbling, and a lot of people could be should be in
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trouble. In jail.
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Well, that's,
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you know, that's, that's trouble, less trouble. Okay, I
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know you have a couple clips. Let me play to them. We'll
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listen to yours. If you don't mind. I'll start with because I
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mean, the mainstream was just great with this. Just great. I
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mean, really, and they were so
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they suck. No, it was silly me here a great, you're being
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sarcastic doesn't work? Well,
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what you wait until you hear you'll be like, That's great.
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Because they're giving away everything. The whole playbook
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is open of the October, it doesn't matter what happened.
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The fact that they can jump onto something immediately. Notice
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how before the big guns come out, like Biden himself, which
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was great speech he made. It's always these kind of unknown
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Democrats who were who are quoted or St. You would post
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something on Twitter. It's almost like that's our audition
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process. Okay, you're up, you're at bat. Let's see if you can
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make this go viral. Then we'll bring you into the big leagues.
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It's just so obvious. Anyway. So here's ABC.
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Now that the suspect and I've we're learning more about the
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assailant, this case among 1000s of threats to lawmakers and
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public officials in this country right now under an vestigation I
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want to turn to our Chief Justice correspondent here. Tom
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was with us live from Washington. Pierre, you were
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telling us law enforcement now scrubbing through the suspects
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past? What have you learned tonight?
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Doesn't scrubbing mean that they're erasing everything?
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Wow, that's an actual debts. Dad give me a 10 points for that
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catch. I mean, seriously, because that's exactly what it
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normally normally is used in that context. But why would they
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use it at all because you don't scrub through something? Well, I
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scrub through. You dig, you dig, you dig through something.
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But I always felt scrubbing was kind of an incorrect use.
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Because scrubbing coming from the old audio world is when
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you're going back and we're moving the reel to reel back and
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forth. You're scrubbing, you're scrubbing along the timeline to
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define a certain spot and you can be it fast forward or
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whatever that scrubbing.
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Was, maybe it's maybe some old audio engineers wrote a script.
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Or maybe they're just erasing stuff as they go.
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I want to turn to our Chief Justice correspondent here. Tom
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was with us live from Washington. Pierre, you were
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telling us law enforcement now scrubbing through the suspects
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past? What have you learned tonight?
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Maybe tonight The FBI is doing a deep dive investigation. Agents
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are seeking search warrants for any phones, computers or other
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devices that might be associated with David to Poppy. And
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investigators are interviewing family, friends and associates.
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Authorities are examining a number of social media posts
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that appear to be connected with the poppy espousing a range of
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false conspiracies about COVID-19 vaccines, the 20
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election and the January 6, congressional hearings, David.
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This is all great. On the other hand, you hear BLM rainbow
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flags, whatever but this guy is not unknown. He was at the kind
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of infamous naked wedding in San Francisco. Do you recall the
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naked wedding? Vaguely. So he was there naked? Naked guy? He's
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a naked guy. Yeah. And I saw him like, oh, okay, because he's not
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an ugly, fat naked guy. He's a fit, trim naked guy. I don't
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know if he looks the same as in that photo. I'm like, Okay.
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Well, whatever went on my immediate opinion growing up in
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the Netherlands where prostitution was legal. And
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where if you tried to get out of paying your lady of service, you
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get bashed up with a hammer. Yep. So it's like if you got to
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pay you got to pay your hookers. That was That's my opinion.
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I'm your I'm you're not losing me on that.
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Right. So let's see what else the mainstream had to say.
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Because of course, we need to take this to its logical
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conclusion. And this
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was stunning to hear what you and your team reported in late
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today. Authorities are also warning about the potentially
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dangerous chatter among extremist groups just today
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online in the wake of this attack, celebrating the attack
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celebrated keeping a wary eye on those reports that extremists
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actually, were there like,
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celebrate really coverages this. Celebrating the attack as an 82
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year old good, nobody's doing that.
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Attack, it was so great. Please, please hack
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celebrating the attack.
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They're keeping a wary eye on those reports that extremists
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were actually celebrating this attack in the dark corners of
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social media. And tonight, a new homeland security bulletin warns
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that domestic extremists pose a heightened threat to the
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upcoming midterm elections. And there's been a dramatic surge in
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threats not just aimed at judges, but also Congress
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members as well, David.
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So now all of a sudden, oh, we have to rush to get some
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security. But when the Supreme Court judges were being
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threatened, it was silence. Surely people see the hypocrisy
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of this.
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Ha. laugh in your face.
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Oh, do to do what? You're going to slam me with a clip edge?
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No, I'm going to tell you that nobody sees the hypocrisy in
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this. Oh.
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Oh, I see the hypocrisy.
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This Yeah. Well, you do. But this is a kind of a just like an
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OP. The way it goes. I have okay for some clips. Let's go with
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this. By the way. The first one is Pelosi, P B. D. D, but then
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it should be PP Pelosi, to PBS but we're going to start with
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Pelosi PBD. And this is these are all from PBS. I actually I
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purposely over clipped the News Hour because we haven't been
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clipping from it at all. And I want to see how terrible it's
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become. It's become really bad.
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US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. His husband Paul was severely
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beaten with a hammer this morning when an attacker broke
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into their San Francisco home. The speaker was not there at the
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time. Authorities said the suspect identified his 42 year
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old David de Pepe specifically targeted the residents. He
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shouted Where is Nancy before assaulting her husband, San
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Francisco Police Chief Williams Scott said officers checking on
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the home witnessed the attack.
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Our officers observed Miss Pelosi and the suspect both
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holding a hammer. The suspect pulled the hammer away from Miss
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Pelosi and violently assaulted him with it. Our officers
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immediately tackled the suspect disarmed him, took him into
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custody, requested emergency backup and rendered medical aid.
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Yeah, dynamite story. They forgot that they were in the
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underwear part. I love that part.
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Yes, they left that part out, which is covering for the
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Democrats, which is what PBS does now. Because you don't want
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to make it sound as you know, salacious by any means. Whereas
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Nancy thinks is either an add on or the guy the who you would
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call the male prostitute. Yes, in this instance, was saying,
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you know, yelling for her at the time because, you know, let's
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see what your husband's up to because you want he's not paying
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me, which is your thesis and I'm going to teach this is my
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thesis. Okay. Yeah, that sounds like
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I'm going to wait here because you know, I need my vague. I
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need my knee my Yeah, where's dance? And it's probably
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probably what happens he because I think you would have to pay up
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front. To maybe that's saying that's why the underpants are
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still on. Tommy yeah, there's
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probably no yes.
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This is what I hate. We're living up in a down world. But
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now we're getting dragged down to the frequency of the visual
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of Paul Pelosi in his underwear. Make it stop John C. Dvorak.
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Well, I can't make a stop. But I can play clip to
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Paul Pelosi suffer blunt force injuries to his head and body.
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He is in the hospital and is expected to make a full
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recovery. The attack comes as threats to American lawmakers
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are at an all time high. Two years after the January 6 attack
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on the Capitol. Lisa dejar. De has been following all this and
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she joins me now. Lisa, hello. What more do we know about what
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happened?
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Well, we did get a statement just a few minutes ago from
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Speaker Pelosi is office they did say that Paul Pelosi did
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make it through surgery for this a skull fracture as well as for
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damage to an right arm and to his hand surgery for those
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things. They say that he was successfully got out of surgery
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and is expected to fully recover. So that is good news.
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We know that he was assaulted with a hammer. We don't know if
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there were other weapons involved or other aspects of the
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assault that happened before the police arrived. Hopefully we'll
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get those details soon. The suspect, as you said is a 42
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year old someone believed to have resided in Berkeley,
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California nearby. Now we asked Mary McCord Of course, we know
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that she's someone who's been in National Security Department of
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Justice, an expert on these things about something I'm sorry
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to interrupt Mary McCord.
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Yeah, that's what she said, Isn't she
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from the let's get social song. We'll have to check it. We'll
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check it. Check it later. I'm sorry, I'll write that down.
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Make sure to check that later.
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Get those details soon. The suspect, as you said is a 42
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year old someone believed to have resided in Berkeley,
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California nearby. Now we asked Mary McCord Of course, we know
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that she's someone who's been in National Security Department of
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Justice, an expert on these things, about some things that
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she's been hearing and that research has found about an
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online presence for someone with his same name. Here's what she
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told
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us. It's not confirmed that this is the same person but a person
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with the same name as the attacker is connected to a
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couple of different online platforms, one being a Blogspot
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that seems to be espousing free speech and and, you know,
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decrying censorship by the government, and the other is a
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website that engages in anti semitism, anti LGBT to anti
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LGBTQ rhetoric Q anon. Conspiracy theories and hate
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speech targeting women
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and immigrants. Oh, well, we
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have confirmed I was told by a source who was brief that in
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fact, the suspect did ask Where's Nancy?
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Okay. It's like we just have to please alert everyone right now.
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There's no information. No, not nothing is really known. We've
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seen no report, we've had a little bit of a briefing. This
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is just they took it and they're running with this ball. Like,
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we've got an October surprise. Who cares what happens?
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I hear. Here's another thing. This woman who comes on and
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makes these claims about a blog spot and something else, go to
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Facebook and look up one of your friends just put their name in.
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There's 50 and anybody? Well, there's like 12 John DEVAR X.
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I have good news. It's a It's not our social media lady. Mary
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McCoy Mary McCoy, McCoy.
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Sorry, we misgendered you Mary. We're sorry.
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This far onward with clips. We
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were going to be talking about this I think for a few days, at
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least as we understand this event more, but here's what I
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know. There was no police force there securing the residence.
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There is not security at the speaker's home when she is not
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there. This is the
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doors. They have security alarms. Yeah, I mean, I got just
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can't waltz in. I've been I know where that neighborhood.
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That's where I met Ilan in that very street. Those homes are
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amazing.
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Yeah, and there's no way you can just waltz into one of these
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places. He didn't climb a fence in his underwear. Give me a
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break. His story is so poorly presented is ridiculous, very
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unlikely
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story.
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Is there more to that clip?
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No. But there is a four I see.
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Let's go with four
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threads are rising still in both parties. Here. We are now coming
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up on two years after January 6. Still, the threats are rising to
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an incredible level.
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Yeah, this is this is the whole point. This is the point. This
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is the point. January 6, we know where it has to end. We know
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where it has to go. Threats
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are rising to an incredible level. I spoke to members of
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Congress today on the phone and staffers who say it is not
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subsiding, our officers. Our offices are still getting these
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threats. Now it is to both parties, however, lopsided more
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Democrats getting threats. People who aren't competitive
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races, leaders anywhere on the January 6 committee. They have a
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detail with them all the time. And women of color in particular
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getting these threats. Also, Judy, unfortunately, as there's
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more demand and need for security, there are fewer
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Capital Police officers. There are 10% fewer Capital Police
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officers.
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Oh, by defunding the police so that worked out for you
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or maybe mandatory vaccination. And both so CBS, the CIA
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broadcasting system they took they kicked it up a little notch
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here. They knew where they needed to go with this and you
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know, they're much bolder or maybe more red in then PBS and
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ABC. Well, tonight
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there is a new warning from law enforcement of a heightened
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threat to the midterm elections and there's new questions about
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the safety of elected officials want to bring in CBS Chief
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Justice correspondent Jeff gays who joins us all right. What are
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we learning? Just got out well,
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it is really complex Brett environment right now. And it
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shows up in this joint intelligence bulletin. This
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document warns of a heightened threat fueled by a rise in
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domestic violent extremism driven by ideological grievances
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and potential targets, according to the document include
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candidates running for public office, elected officials,
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workers and others the threat they say Nora will continue even
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beyond this upcoming election.
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Everybody is under threat. We're under threat. Jeff, give us
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more.
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And what about the discussion to try and protect lawmakers? One
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thing we've learned Capitol Police are considering
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additional protection for families of congressional
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leadership. There will be immediate security enhancements
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at the homes of top leadership. And by the way, this isn't the
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first attempted attack. You know that this past summer an
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attempted knife attack on New York gubernatorial candidate Lee
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Zeldin, not to mention the plot that was uncovered to attack
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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
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So at least they threw that in there and I thought okay, well,
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CBS to get to another level. But then, holy macaroni. I was blown
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away by NBC, not just NBC. But chip chip chop Todd podcaster.
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Dude, what's his last name? Todd.
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Chuck. Good morning. You and I have covered political division
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for a long time. But this is something different when you
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have that job.
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He's being interviewed. So Chuck Todd is not on his show. He's
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being interviewed. He's here to deliver a message. But
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wait, wait. So what are you dealing with here? Is
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journalists interviewing other journalists? Yes. On the NBC
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Sunday. Oh, that you know, that's considered the lowest of
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the low, low way to go. Oh, really? Oh, yeah. Journalist
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interviewing journalists is considered Crap. Crap
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journalism.
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Well, truth does come out in these cases.
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Chuck. Good morning. You and I have covered political division
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for a long time. But this is something different when you
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have that joint bulletin from the Intel services saying
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there's an elevated risk of actual violence around these
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electronic shorba. Oh, we're waiting to see a motive
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for women actual violence. You mean like Uncle Paul Pelosi
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wasn't real violence. What are they saying here? actual
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violence. And that's an interesting, just
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another good catch your two for two.
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Hey, man, it was, what 15 years you'd think I'd be awake.
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There is an elevated violence around these elections. We're
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waiting to see a motive fully for the attack on Paul Pelosi.
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But the target clearly was was Speaker Pelosi inside her home.
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How concerned are politicians? Whoa,
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whoa, stop. Stop, stop.
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Was there something wrong?
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There's no foundation for what he just said. This a journalism,
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interviewing another journalist and into one journalist says
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that he all of a sudden said we're looking for the motive,
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but and then he gives him what he thinks the motive is as
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though it was fact.
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Well, this is not an interview. This is a press release. This is
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this is a statement coming directly from the Democratic
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National Committee, I presume you'll you'll hear
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it waiting to see a motive fully for the attack on Paul Pelosi.
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But the target clearly was was Speaker clearly clearly your
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home? How concerned are politics running selves about what may be
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coming around these midterms? And in the days that follow?
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Look, the elected officials are very concerned Susan Collins a
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month ago who she's been targeted. She's one of those
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senators that has been targeted by extremists on the left and
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the right at various points in time in the Trump era. She said
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it point blank to the New York Times she thinks some that house
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member or senator was gonna get killed. And that is how amped up
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the rhetoric is.
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We see this we see what who is amping up the rhetoric.
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Chuck the New York Times she thinks some Yeah,
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I mentioned Biden Biden seems to be amping up the rhetoric more
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than anyone.
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Oh, he's my next clip,
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House member Senator was going to get killed. And that is how
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amped up the rhetoric is. We see what social media companies
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amplify this. We know the incentive structure in order to
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listen to this. He is this is where this is what I was talking
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about. He's giving away the playbook. He's pretending like
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you know, it's this is this is how it works. But he's literally
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saying this is how it works. We get this out there. We know how
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the algos work, the social media companies do their thing.
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Everybody starts talking about it. And then we've got mayhem.
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You know, we know we know how this operates. We talk child we
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know because they're a part of it.
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She said it point blank to the New York Times she thinks I'm
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that house member or senator was going to get killed. And that is
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how amped up the rhetoric is. We see this we see what social
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media companies amplify this. We know the incentive structure in
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order to get clicks getting our attention seems to be to play to
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these algorithms, which only seems to feed more of this hate
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and look, everything we're learning about. The Paul Pelosi
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attacker seems to be somebody who was very online and seem to
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absorb all of these conspiracy theories that we know stem from
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essentially not necessarily one person, but certainly one person
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has helped give credibility to some of these conspiracy
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theories. And that's Donald Trump. Oh there it is.
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All right, you win. You win. Yeah. borderlinx Tip of the Day.
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There it is. You know, the funny thing was, I was walked down, I
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was being walked down the primrose path, not expecting
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that. He was did a really good job of dropping that bomb at the
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end. So Donald Trump
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called credit to clip custodian he sent that late this morning,
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and he didn't really even he always titles things perfectly.
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But I was just listening to it and you're kind of getting the
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coffee ready, and all of a sudden that comes up and I'm,
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I'm dancing. Tina says what is more, I said, Listen to this.
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And so it took me 24 minutes. 24 minutes, but I got it out.
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That's a real I thought about that.
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So I so I have some more from PBS. Because I have Biden when
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you're ready because I think Biden oh no played Biden first
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because Biden is the is the back and I want to also mention that
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on the local station. I didn't get this clip, but Jackie
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Speier. Jackie Speier, after this happened, she was
24:06
interviewed on one of our local stations is a local story. So so
24:11
we get a lot more than a lot of people. And Jackie Speier comes
24:14
on, and she says it's Magga Republicans, election deniers
24:20
who did this? Yeah, she actually blamed election deniers for Paul
24:25
Pelosi getting clubbed.
24:27
Exactly. And she probably got it from this dude
24:30
No. Which reports with the same chance was used by this guy they
24:37
haven't custody.
24:38
See, this was a setup. This was the setup because we don't know
24:42
if he if anyone actually said where's Nancy? Some witnesses? I
24:45
haven't heard a witness on mic or on camera. Say alright,
24:48
that's what it was. No. So now Biden is going to pick that up,
24:52
pick up that you know this chant. You know this chant, you
24:55
know, this chant,
24:57
if you're poor to the same chan It was used by this guy. They
25:02
haven't custody that was used on January 6, and the attacks on
25:07
the US Capitol. I'm not making this up this quarter. I can't
25:10
guarantee it.
25:11
You're literally making it up.
25:13
I can tell you what's being reported. The chain was whereas,
25:17
Nancy, where's Nancy? Where's Nancy?
25:21
Are you kidding me? Do you have any audio of this anywhere in
25:25
our archives?
25:30
Ah, no, I can't I don't know I've ever clipped it.
25:35
I can't. We have this we, we are students of the chance.
25:41
Yeah, we're chant chant freaks.
25:43
We're Chantal holics. Yeah.
25:46
Where's Nancy? Where's Nancy was? No.
25:49
No. So I need I would like to see.
25:53
This guy is the problem when you bite in character is literally
25:56
saying, Not Making This Up. Well, that's that's what you do
26:00
when you're making it. Let's continue.
26:02
There was Where's Nancy? Where's Nancy? Where's Nancy? This is
26:10
despicable. There's no place in America. There's too much
26:16
violence, political violence, too much hatred, too much
26:21
victory all of what makes us think the one party can talk
26:28
about stolen elections COVID Being a hoax, this all bunch of
26:35
lies, and a not affect people who may not be so well balanced.
26:41
What makes us think that it's not going to corrode the
26:46
political climate ENOUGH is ENOUGH is ENOUGH every person of
26:51
good conscience needs to clearly and unambiguously stand up
26:58
against the violence in our policies regardless what your
27:01
politics are
27:09
that's that's how it rolls.
27:11
You know, I didn't see anybody stand up in the Democrats say
27:14
when they when that maniac takes a bunch of potshots at the
27:17
Republican baseball team best Steve Scalise Of course, at
27:21
least got shot of course not shot shot with a gun. Yes, he
27:24
was. Yeah, nice. Anyway, so that that'll play out and that'll
27:30
that will remain and notice they're using this to lump in
27:34
everything. COVID is a hoax. No, no, literally the things we were
27:38
wrong are now right.
27:39
They still they still dropped the ball. Who's asked about
27:42
climate change? That climate change caused this hammering?
27:47
Hammering? Can we
27:49
still work it in somehow? Can we can we talk to the writers and
27:53
see if we can how could we
27:55
work? I mean, it's doable. I mean, so and
27:59
then they didn't just try to kill Paul Pelosi, they're
28:02
killing you. Because in eight years it will our moment will be
28:07
gone so they're not just out to kill individuals that are
28:09
calling you so I do like that maybe
28:14
maybe there's gonna take some more I'm gonna spit ball it's
28:17
not ours. It's not our strike zone if it were to play these
28:22
stop what is our strike zone?
28:24
It's not that all right, you're hoping curveball batter so so I
28:33
got the news our analysis I I couldn't take these guys apart.
28:39
This guy Capehart is the guy from The Washington Post and
28:43
then Brooks and then Judy and normal. Oh my goodness you going
28:47
on and on about oh my god, everything's worse come in. I
28:50
believe that.
28:51
You watched all this.
28:54
I like I said, I haven't watched the news hour or taking clips
28:57
from it from probably months and months and months. So I decided
29:00
to concentrate on it. To see how bad it's gotten. It's worse than
29:04
ever
29:05
to have you taken ivermectin to these. Sorry, have you taken
29:08
ivermectin you need to protect yourself from this guy.
29:11
I use d3. Okay, so this plate new n h analysis. Good key part.
29:18
Judy, one
29:20
want to bring up something at the beginning of our
29:22
conversation that's kind of hard to think about. And that is the
29:26
the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was attacked in
29:29
their home in San Francisco. Overnight. He's had surgery,
29:32
they say he's going to recover. But what does this say?
29:39
It's shocking to who was talking to wake up to that news this
29:42
morning. We've gotten to a point I think in our political
29:47
discourse, where, you know, things like this are bound to
29:53
happen.
29:55
And if we really knew the story, I'm sure I have empathy if he
29:58
got hit with a hammer I mean, that's Success. No good
30:01
regardless. But you're politicizing it right away. News
30:04
Hour.
30:07
Yes. And that's the fact that's what they do. And but they
30:10
politicize it from one's perspective, which is
30:13
Republicans, bad Democrats, good. Whatever the Democrats do
30:17
is great.
30:17
Pretty much. Yeah. Right, continue.
30:20
And it is imperative upon our elected officials, elected
30:26
leaders, political leaders, to tamp down the rhetoric.
30:32
So I cut this short, obviously. And this one I stopped there,
30:37
because again, as you showed in that last clip, you played, this
30:41
is Joe Biden, they never mentioned Joe Biden in that
30:44
crazy satanic speech he gave in a mega, mega mega Republicans
30:50
for Mega, ultra mega, ultra mega. Yeah, somebody else uses
30:54
mega mega, and all this stuff he never known. I know, this is all
30:58
implying it's Republicans, nut ball, Republicans doing all
31:02
this. And they make it pretty clear. And here we go with the
31:06
WTF clip number three to
31:08
call it out. And to say, I don't know how to say it, but stop it.
31:14
Stop. No, I think folks need to look at what would have happened
31:19
if Speaker Pelosi had actually been home is bad enough that Mr.
31:24
Pelosi was attacked, he's 82 years old. But if we don't get
31:31
to a situation where where Republican leaders step forward
31:36
and say to the country, that the conspiracy theories and the
31:41
violent rhetoric is not it's not appropriate, it's unAmerican. It
31:46
is dangerous, then we're gonna see more of these attacks. I
31:50
think,
31:51
you know, what's happened here?
31:53
Wait, did you hear what he said? I'm sorry? I did. He said
32:00
Republican leaders. Yes. He didn't say Democrat Republican
32:05
leaders, or we all have to No, no, no. It was specific. Yeah.
32:11
Republicans. Yeah.
32:13
Let's listen again. Of course,
32:14
if we don't get to a situation where where Republican leaders
32:19
step forward and say, This is a country, that the conspiracy
32:25
theories and the violent rhetoric is not, it's not
32:28
appropriate. It's not American. It is dangerous, then we're
32:32
going to see more of these attacks, I think,
32:35
oh, you know, this, this is this is also the end of the news.
32:39
That's out. But they've handily taken the same emotions and
32:44
they're using them here. We were we were teed up for this. Hate.
32:51
It was confusing what's going on Jews blacks. Oh, Pelosi, I
32:54
hammer ha ha.
32:58
Onward. Yeah,
32:59
we're in a very scary moment in this country. Nothing like this
33:03
can happen.
33:04
Yeah. And when I talk to politicians, they say their
33:07
death threats have gone up. For those of us in media death
33:10
threats have certainly gone up. I have a friend out in San
33:13
Diego, the chairman of the county council, they're getting
33:15
Nathan Fletcher, who was the face of the county on COVID.
33:19
Over the last couple of years. His home was firebombed in the
33:21
middle of night.
33:22
No one had a face during COVID. I don't know what he's talking
33:26
about. We all had masks. He could not be the face of COVID.
33:30
I have a friend out in San Diego, the chairman of the
33:32
county council, they're getting Nathan Fletcher, who was the
33:35
face of the county on COVID Over the last couple of years. His
33:39
home was firebombed in the middle of night. He wakes up his
33:42
kid is screaming and they have to get everybody out. And I have
33:45
lunch with him. You know, he's chairman of the county council.
33:47
He's not like government. And he's got a security detail. And
33:49
that's just the way it is. There was the guy who wants to kill
33:53
Brett Kavanaugh. And so these are isolated. These are
33:56
incidents The question is how isolated the climate is
33:58
certainly in flaming them are we going to see much more
34:02
widespread voter intimidation, much violence and intimidation.
34:09
I hope we're not at the spot where we're really entering into
34:12
an era of violence but it does seem and I've taught this for
34:15
last year to just talking to people that something bad is
34:17
gonna happen and something bad has just happened.
34:19
It's it's just it's hard to comprehend but but it does seem
34:24
to be the kind of thing that we're seeing more of
34:28
ah, not May I May I bring in a quick voter intimidation clip so
34:32
that I can bridge to your voting clips.
34:37
Yes, please, please. Thank
34:39
you. After you yes, no after you please.
34:41
Election officials in Arizona. We're asking the Department of
34:43
Justice to investigate multiple incidents of alleged voter
34:47
intimidation, including this individuals with military style
34:51
tactical equipment, watching and photographing
34:54
military military style tactical equipment. It means nerds In
35:00
camo, okay,
35:01
this individuals with military style equipment watching and
35:05
photographing people as they drop their ballots off at ballot
35:08
drop boxes. Secretary of State who is also the Democratic
35:12
candidate for governor says this kind of thing is happening more
35:15
and more.
35:15
We've certainly seen an uptick and we're continuing to report
35:19
any incidents that we are aware of to the proper to the Attorney
35:22
General and the Department of Justice.
35:24
Not all the people hovering around drop boxes are wearing
35:27
military gear. They've been encouraged to do it by prominent
35:30
Trump supporters like Steve Bannon. Some people are dressed
35:34
and when they come in camis they don't like him. You know, in
35:37
Arizona law, you can have the open carry, they don't like
35:39
that. The top Republican official in Arizona's largest
35:42
county recently told me he's deeply concerned about the
35:46
taunting of voters and Election Officials.
35:49
We had people taking pictures of our elections workers yesterday
35:53
pictures, people taking pictures of philon to the drop boxes to
35:57
drop off their envelopes. Why are they doing it? They're doing
36:01
it to intimidate people
36:02
at all comes as Republican candidate for governor Kerry
36:05
Lake has repeatedly raised questions about whether the vote
36:09
will be fair, we have not said that you will accept the
36:13
certified results of this election. Even if you lose this
36:16
election.
36:17
I will accept the results of this election. If we have a
36:20
fair, honest and transparent election. Absolutely. 100%. But
36:24
if you were to lose, you went out and you had all your appeals
36:27
they went through as long as it's fair, honest, and
36:29
transparent. Local law enforcement officials are
36:32
finding it necessary to assure voters that it is safe to cast
36:35
their ballots every day
36:37
I'm dedicating a considerable amount of resources just to give
36:40
people confidence that they can cast a vote safely That is
36:42
absurd.
36:43
Absurd I tell you it's absurd. She so of course, what's
36:50
happening here is people are exercising their rights and they
36:53
want to have a record of people who are dropping off at the drop
36:56
box because you're only really supposed to drop off your own
37:00
vote at the drop box. So they're recording evidence and yeah,
37:04
sorry, Macy's. 50 ballots out or come back 50 times. You know,
37:08
that's that's what they're doing. Okay. What are you going
37:11
to do? Is Merkur complain
37:14
about it? And you're going to ask Carrie Lake if she's going
37:16
to accept an election results over and over basket her until
37:21
she says no, you know, they've already they've already
37:23
announced that. Other Woman one yes. This funny story. Tell
37:27
him No, that's not what I was gonna say. I was No, I was gonna
37:30
say the Senate Majority could take weeks.
37:33
Oh, after election Oh, there was no, her old fox station. So they
37:39
flashed the winner of the election already in the carry
37:43
like last. Now, I don't know how this sort of thing happens.
37:47
That's happened so many times in the past. We started with Ron
37:52
Paul and that, you know, they had early results flashing. It's
37:55
their testing Chiron and they mess it up. Or maybe it's I
37:58
don't know how often it happens. Maybe it's completely subliminal
38:01
programming. It's not
38:03
me or it could be just some joker, which was always my
38:06
guess. My guess is always a joke. Some Joker thinks it's
38:10
funny.
38:11
Yeah, that's Yeah, yeah. Fair enough. Yeah. But yeah, pretty
38:16
traceable. So you got to be careful how you do that?
38:20
No, they're not going to fire you know, the story short
38:24
staffed in a deep fight Chiron guys, especially good ones. You
38:27
know, it's pretty hard to get rid of them.
38:30
They're always this gets reverted, aren't they? I find
38:34
Chiron very, very introverted.
38:37
Yeah. But then they have a giggling kind of sense of humor,
38:39
which I
38:42
think you're right. I think you nailed it.
38:45
So let's go with again, news. Our elections cover this again,
38:50
this debate, and we're gonna see how they discussed the whole
38:54
thing. This is number one would spell that one only
39:00
a second New Hampshire elections? Oh, yes. Oh, any?
39:04
What, 1011 days aways from the midterm elections. Temperatures
39:09
are running high. And you talk to a lot of people?
39:13
Well, the number one thing that comes through is that nobody
39:16
knows really what's going to happen. You can look at the
39:20
polls, folks, I'm looking at polls. But in the end, we're not
39:24
going to know what's happening in the country, how the country
39:29
really feels until the folks go to vote. And those votes are
39:32
counted, and we start seeing the results. In some parts of the
39:35
country. It can be the economy that's driving people to the
39:38
polls in other parts of the country threats to democracy
39:41
Who is this Soi? Boy and why isn't he know anything?
39:44
This is K part to touch shot. gay black columnist for the
39:49
Washington Post. He's Uh, he's top of the heap.
39:53
Oh, man. There's a lot of the people over there sound wimpy,
39:58
wimpy voices and If we don't know,
40:01
and those votes are counted, and we start seeing the results in
40:04
some parts of the country, it could be the economy that's
40:06
driving the economy, the polls in other parts of the country,
40:09
threats to democracy, abortion, threats to democracy, threats to
40:12
democracy, threats to freedom abortion rights, to be a part
40:16
could be a part of the conversation I was in Pittsburgh
40:18
yesterday interviewing depends on current Pennsylvania State
40:22
Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Democratic candidate for
40:25
governor. And in talking to him his message is threats to
40:29
democracy, threats to democracy, threats to democracy, woven into
40:34
the economic message, the freedom message, because it
40:38
works against the candidate. He's running against Doug
40:41
mastriano, who was here in Washington, every six dabbler
40:46
and conspiracy theories that will work in Pennsylvania. But
40:49
does the threat to democracy a threat to democracy, a threat to
40:53
democracy argument work in other parts of the country, we will
40:56
find out?
40:58
That's new, you haven't done that version of editing before.
41:03
I'd like that, by the way, I'm a dabbler in conspiracies, just so
41:06
you know,
41:07
you've been a dabbler forever, get get real Tableau, I
41:11
should give up the dabeli and get with it already.
41:16
So these guys, so this guy, and the Washington Post and the rest
41:20
of these, they really got this threats to democracy thing on
41:24
the brain. Yeah. What are we talking? What threat to
41:27
democracy? Are you talking about just
41:29
a reminder, as we know, the same thing in the Netherlands threats
41:32
to our democracy thing and same thing in Germany threats to our
41:35
democracy? Same thing in the UK throw whoever wrote this meme,
41:39
whoever dreamed this idea up as as a selling point, can't sell?
41:45
Well, but everyone's using the term. It has no meaning, though
41:49
it has zero meaning and people just use it as a virtue signal,
41:54
I guess or is a the end, you know, like the number 42? Maybe?
42:00
What is what is 42? The threat to our democracy,
42:04
threat to democracy, to democracy, our democracy, our
42:07
democracy. I thought it was just a threat to democracy is not
42:12
ours. Its threat to the whole concept of democracy. There's
42:15
that threat when
42:17
we will find out on accuracy threat to democracy threat to
42:24
democracy.
42:24
Okay. Yes. threat to democracy. All right. So let's go a clip to
42:29
have this group
42:30
on election night.
42:31
You talk to a lot of people to what do you?
42:33
Well, I know, I know what's gonna happen. It's my job.
42:38
Confidence in my knowledge. I mean, well, we can do is look at
42:41
the polls over the last month or today. And there's been a
42:45
significant swing to the Republican Party. And if you
42:47
want to know how the polls have done this week, there's more
42:49
swing to the Republican Party, you see shifts in the generic
42:52
ballot, which is which party do you want to control of Congress,
42:55
shifts in places like Georgia, where Herschel Walker in a
42:58
series of polls has has been leading. And I think if this
43:01
trend is real, you can expect this trend to continue in the
43:04
last several midterm elections in the last 10 days, there was
43:07
an additional 1.5 point swing toward the press against the
43:11
president's party. And so once these things have rolling, they
43:15
tend to continue. So it's possible, of course, the
43:17
Democrats will keep the house but 538, the polling
43:20
organization says it's down to about a 20% chance. And so the
43:25
odds are just hurling against the Democrats. And you could
43:28
say, Hey, we've jumped back to normal. This is a president
43:32
whose approval is in the low 40s. It's just normal for his
43:35
party to lose a lot of votes. And I think that's somewhat true
43:38
that just a normal midterm election. I do think I do think
43:42
weaknesses approach have been revealed. One, they just haven't
43:47
been able to get over be the party trusted on the economy.
43:50
And Biden had these big economic packages, but somehow they have
43:54
not said that democratic economic approach. We want that
43:57
of the voters voting on the economy. 70% favor the
44:00
Republicans, crime, they've sort of missed that. The Gallup
44:03
organization found that the number of people who say crime
44:06
is increasing in their neighborhood is is increasing at
44:09
the fastest point since 1972.
44:12
So let's grab some crime and blame it on Trump.
44:16
I want to mention one thing about that Pelosi situation,
44:19
which is they never bothered to mention that San Francisco is
44:23
crime ridden. It's a crime ridden city. And it's largely
44:29
because the cops don't care anymore and they don't get the
44:32
backup of the DA and the DA got ousted by the public in the new
44:36
da can't seem to get it together. Because the old the
44:40
old da fired all the goods assistants and so the whole
44:44
place is riddled with losers. And so Sam but that was never
44:48
brought up in this conversation. It was all about get Nancy or
44:51
let's get Nancy your wares. Whatever,
44:53
which is a great band name. Oh everybody. Well, where's Nancy?
44:58
It is especially as it would hit that she is not a bad band name.
45:02
So let's go to now, by the way, now, this was part of a longer
45:07
thing they weren't now they go back and forth, because k part
45:09
keeps coming back with, I don't know, maybe the Democrats can
45:12
win. I don't know, you just have a bad attitude. And so it goes
45:17
back and forth. And here we go. Who is who is saying that who
45:20
says that K part, the black columnist, post, really whining
45:26
this whole time, here we go clip through this.
45:29
The President is, you know, comfortable enough in his own
45:32
skin where subliminally his message is, do what you need to
45:36
do, do what you need to do to win.
45:38
And you were saying that's one of the things he you talked to
45:40
him about, in your interview with him. Last week, I do want
45:45
to say we got a glimpse of what's going on in democratic
45:48
thinking when the Hot Mic caught between the President and Chuck
45:51
Schumer, a couple of days ago, we were not going to play sound
45:55
up. But essentially what they said was that the debate in
45:58
Pennsylvania wasn't hurting as much.
46:01
Oh, man, we're not going to sound up on that. No, we can
46:06
have that.
46:06
That's exactly why I stopped it. I when she said that, I'm
46:09
thinking what kind of a new show are you? You're not going to
46:13
play? The Hot Mic clip?
46:16
Why? No.
46:20
I have the water. I have the
46:22
view. Because it reflects
46:27
poorly on them. Of course, man. I'm getting myself back on your
46:32
speakers. I don't know why. Anyway, I'll fix it to the mix.
46:37
We'll fix it in post. If I can just bring in ABC on this very
46:41
topic. Let's see how they handle the we're not going to catch me
46:44
I can't believe a journalist actually said we're not going to
46:48
sound up on it hold
46:49
on thinking when the Hot Mic between the President and Chuck
46:53
Schumer, a couple of days ago we were not going to play sound up
46:57
but essentially what they said
46:58
was we're not going to play sound up Wow. She didn't even
47:02
have to say that. She she could have said she's gonna go
47:06
straight into essentially what he said.
47:09
You're right. It would have been more professional insofar as
47:12
obfuscation is concerned. Yeah. Amateur just go straight into
47:17
it. Summarizing, Amistad is saying we're not going to pay it
47:20
because we can. Our bosses was really mad.
47:26
Jon Karl, in the meantime, John, you're aware of this other
47:29
moment making news tonight, this moment on the tarmac in upstate
47:32
New York. Let's show the viewers President Biden and Senate
47:35
Majority Leader Chuck Schumer their Schumer can be heard
47:38
talking to the president about the debate in Pennsylvania
47:41
between Democrat John Fetterman of course who is recovering from
47:43
that stroke and Republican dr. oz of course a race that could
47:47
determine control of the Senate as so many races could hear our
47:51
team listening to the audio closely and Schumer can be heard
47:53
telling the President quote it looks like the debate didn't
47:56
hurt us too much in Pennsylvania so that's good he said and then
47:59
he said quote we're picking up steam in Nevada but John
48:03
obviously this speaks volumes about how just close how closely
48:05
they're both watching these razor thin races for Senate was
48:08
there anything
48:08
else in the hot mic that they are omitting there because I
48:12
have to be honest I
48:13
don't I haven't heard it either. Because these guys are I doubt
48:17
it. It's just a normal kind of Biden can't hear him anyway so
48:21
but they take it as a total positive see that their spin is
48:25
hey, you know it wasn't too bad because you know, they kick ass
48:28
they don't mind about embarrassing Federer neck. They
48:31
got no problem with that. They don't care.
48:34
So we go to clip four here about a little bit about Fetterman.
48:38
Then we go into two more clips about Fetterman directly. So
48:41
this is a three parter. And then I'm done with it. Okay. All
48:43
right. All right. So this would be elections for
48:46
but on Pennsylvania. David, you had John Fetterman Lieutenant
48:51
Governor up against Mehmet Oz The Celebrity TV doc, a lot of
48:55
comments afterwards about your pelvis stroke that Fetterman had
48:59
in May has had lingering effects. What did you take away
49:02
from that?
49:03
Yeah, well, I saw the debate the next day because I couldn't
49:06
watch it live. And I'd read the articles which said that he was
49:08
struggling. I was unprepared for how much he was struggling.
49:12
Okay. Now I want to I want to deconstruct this. What he's
49:17
really saying is he read the reports. But then when he saw
49:22
it, it said he was struggling. But then when he saw him
49:25
struggling, he said, Oh my God, this guy is over. This guy's
49:29
really struggling. In other words, the reports in the
49:33
Washington Post in the New York Times were in accurate.
49:38
Excellent. read the newspapers, thinking he was struggling a
49:42
little because that's the way they did it because they don't
49:45
want to reflect poorly on the Democrat Party. These papers.
49:48
Yeah. And so when he actually saw it, he says, oh my god, this
49:52
is 10 times worse than they portrayed it. This is what we're
49:55
getting here. That's and that's what he actually he doesn't know
49:58
that he he did That little slam against his own publication but
50:04
that's what it was what he said he says I read I read whatever
50:08
and then he saw oh my god it's not even nothing like I read
50:12
that's not good
50:14
that's reality that's what it is that's that's that's the world
50:18
we live in.
50:19
So here we go to a couple clips on Fetterman by the same the
50:23
same group of people they're all you know beside themselves not
50:26
the clip one I think is the funniest of the two. But let's
50:30
go with clip Fetterman ch one No, I don't have I'm sorry.
50:39
Wait. We
50:39
have NH Fetterman one. Oh, yeah,
50:41
I'm sorry, Annie. I'm sorry. I got it wrong, NH Fetterman.
50:45
I was unprepared for how much he was struggling. And so I found
50:48
it sad. And so the question is, should it be a live political
50:54
issue? If I were a Democrat in Pennsylvania, and I supported
50:57
the Democratic agenda, I would vote for John Fetterman. I mean,
51:00
it would not change my vote because the important thing is
51:03
if you're a Democrat who's in control of the Senate, I do I
51:06
think communicating is part of the job of being a senator. And
51:11
maybe he'll recover and we the piece hadn't there was and maybe
51:14
it'll be fine. We pray so
51:16
so the goal is controlling the US Senate not representing the
51:20
voters controlling me competent controlling controlling Yeah,
51:24
this is that these guys are out of control. These guys are nuts
51:27
out of control. And you know, he Ben Brooks tries to be you know,
51:31
pretend to be a Republican or anything but a Democrat but he's
51:34
a Democrat. He's a registered Democrat. He's writes with a
51:38
Democrat angle and he's if I was a Democrat, I'd vote for
51:41
Fetterman even though the guy can't even speak his sense of
51:46
what a book is, as far as I'm concerned if it's it reminds me
51:50
of the guy that used to be a California politician says if
51:53
they if I put a donkey on the Democrat ticket he get voted in.
51:58
And okay, let's go. i This Fetterman, too, and this is the
52:01
end of it.
52:02
Watching John Fetterman was a halting experience. But I do
52:06
think for a lot of voters. Sure. It is legitimate to have
52:10
questions about whether the person can do the job. But you
52:13
mentioned Senator Kirk, we also had Senator Van Hollen who had a
52:17
stroke Senator Ben Ray Luhan had a stroke, having a stroke does
52:21
not prevent you from having the competency to do the job. And I
52:26
think that, if anything it in an odd way, humanized him, because
52:32
he's not the only person who has ever had a stroke or has had to
52:35
recover from a stroke. And I think it made him even more
52:38
relatable than he already was, which was his big calling card
52:42
in his campaign. So yeah, I think as halting as it was, I
52:48
don't think it's disqualify
52:50
you know, the debate.
52:52
Listen to that
52:53
the debate online, which included Kara Swisher who has it
52:58
has had a stroke still has, by her own admission a hole in her
53:03
heart and her soul probably but the hole in her heart is
53:07
fixable. And and she was really defending Fetterman and really,
53:13
you know, lashing lashing out at people. And there's part of this
53:18
is a normalization of strokes, which as we know, are happening
53:22
on quite a regular basis.
53:25
Yeah, the backs just show I just want to add that little. Yeah,
53:30
good one. So I don't have the clip. But I should have gotten
53:33
it. There's the view, had said that Sonny woman? She went off
53:38
on this Fetterman thing and condemned oz for
53:45
making bullying. Bullying the Yes, of course.
53:49
Oh, he bullied a man with a stroke. Yay, this guy shouldn't
53:52
get voted in. So it's just like, the whole thing is like whatever
53:57
you could be, you know,
53:59
but it was, it was it was okay for Joe Biden to say if you
54:02
don't vote for me, you're not black.
54:04
That's fine.
54:07
It's also true, obviously. Speaking of let's just check in
54:12
before we continue with just a few more loose ends here on the
54:15
political scale in the United States of America, because we
54:17
also have Europe to deal with. Here's our vice president.
54:21
I love Venn diagrams.
54:25
I really do. I love Venn diagrams. It just something
54:29
about those three circles and the analysis about where there
54:33
is the intersection, right? Yeah, I see people who agree
54:36
with me, right. So okay, so I asked my team I brought props.
54:41
This is the proof that you are correct, that our vice president
54:44
is blasted. She's baked. This is something I could say at some
54:50
point in my life could be like, you know, really often diagrams
54:53
and the way they kind of come together and they overlap and
54:56
your focus is drawn right to that. That's cool. That's
54:59
essentially what that was a stone stone stone or which is
55:03
too bad because it's just a stone or to stone her. I can get
55:07
along with her in the Venn diagram world.
55:09
You'll probably get along with her fine if you both baked and
55:13
laughing at everything. Bait.
55:16
Hey cam let's get bags
55:21
are you holding?
55:25
Makes good sense to me cam Obama got heckled I have to say I
55:32
think it was a setup. I think it was slick. It's too long to play
55:35
the whole thing but I don't know if you happen to see it. He was
55:40
on the stump and Detroit for Whitmer. And so you have to have
55:45
the video really that's what I clipped up and then I realized
55:47
doesn't work without the video. So guys, heckling don't even
55:50
know what it is. And Obama he stopped he starts his typical
55:52
like stutter ah, hold on. Oh, and there's no security or
55:57
anything which of course he has. But there's a guy in a in like a
56:02
gray raincoat hood, and someone else in the pushing the guy out
56:07
and Obama transitions right away, you know, without
56:10
acknowledging the guy has already been kicked out. He's
56:12
like, you know, so that's why we got to work together. And I know
56:15
he was prepared for it. It's well worth watching. It's in the
56:18
show notes the link. I thought that was that was pretty decent.
56:21
He's learned a lot since the media had to cover for him by
56:24
cutting out 15 minutes of him basically stuttering into
56:27
hecklers trap.
56:30
When we had that, yeah. did use a classic.
56:34
Did you know that something changed with the Electoral
56:37
College and that and that change makes it apparently was done?
56:41
Was it done? When Ross after Ross Perot ran, that something
56:48
was changed that makes it almost mathematically impossible for a
56:53
third party to ever win.
56:56
Well, it wouldn't surprise me. And Tulsi Gabbard was still I
57:00
don't know anything about it. She talked about it you want
57:02
I have as she was on Joe Rogan. Just someone sent me the clip.
57:05
And typically, I don't want to hear that I'm not interested.
57:07
But it really surprised me. And she she brought this up, like,
57:11
are
57:11
you going to run as president as an independent?
57:13
This is not new, obviously,
57:15
the system as it sits today, that's not a viable option. Are
57:19
you going to rival option because because I think it was
57:22
back when Ross Perot ran for President, as I think he's an
57:26
independent, if I'm not mistaken, and he was beating
57:30
Bill Clinton in the polls. You know, both parties saw that as a
57:34
direct threat to themselves and got together and rigged the
57:37
system to, practically speaking shut out. A third option
57:41
fully shut him out the commission for presidential
57:43
debates, which now All right, that part we know the League of
57:47
Women Voters used to run the debates and they ama pulled out
57:50
and said Screw this, you know, you're not making it possible
57:53
for independents to get on the same stage with the with the two
57:57
parties. And they left the whole presidential debate system. I
58:02
think they were the presidential debate system.
58:05
Or originally, I believe so. Or at least they inherited the
58:09
original ones. And then then they made it honest. And then
58:12
they got taken over by the network's something else that
58:15
actually got taken over by the Democrats. Let's face it,
58:18
or something that Biden said that I want, I think we can
58:20
clarify, because we've heard this coming from Obama in the
58:23
past.
58:24
And by the way, if they do that means not a joke, everybody.
58:27
That's why we were defeated. In 2018. When they tried to do we
58:31
went to 54 states.
58:36
So people, people always get get to kind of wacky about that.
58:41
Like guy's crazy. He doesn't know how many states we have.
58:46
But I think it when they when politicians talk about that in
58:51
context of elections, HR 50 states and like eight
58:57
territories or things that six territories, and maybe it's
59:00
four, I thought it was it wound up at 56. I thought we had Obama
59:04
saying 56 lot. Do you remember that at all?
59:07
Yeah, vaguely in Washington DC counts, too for that. Yeah,
59:11
it also count that as a state. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. All
59:15
right. Good. We've handled all those numbnuts now let's talk
59:19
about the other big news today. Bad Big News. This week. We got
59:22
big news
59:23
tonight with the level of potentially dangerous political
59:26
rhetoric higher than ever, a new leader of Twitter and the bottom
59:30
world now.
59:32
Wow, I could not have picked a better transition that segway
59:37
was I'm gonna do it again. I liked it so much
59:39
tonight with the level of potentially dangerous political
59:41
rhetoric higher than ever. A new leader of Twitter, the world now
59:46
watching what Elon Musk will do with the platform. Musk who
59:50
walked into Twitter HQ this week, carrying a literal sink to
59:54
let it sink in. He's the boss tweeting today. The bird is
59:59
free. Eat wasting no time cleaning the birdcage firing the
1:00:03
CEO CFO and chief legal counsel. I think it was very clear that
1:00:08
Elon wanted to shake up the leadership of Twitter. Musk also
1:00:12
wants to shake up the platform itself, vowing in a TED talk
1:00:16
earlier this year to remove permanent bans, including the
1:00:19
one placed on former President Donald Trump's account after the
1:00:22
January 6 insurrection, Trump has insisted he has no interest
1:00:27
in coming back to the platform since he has his own truth
1:00:30
social, but he congratulated Musk writing I am very happy
1:00:34
that Twitter is now insane Hance but not everyone is happy
1:00:39
advertisers have been worried about their brands appearing
1:00:42
next to controversial tweets.
1:00:44
Ads are Twitter's main source of revenue before officially taking
1:00:47
over must trying to allay those fears tweeting Twitter obviously
1:00:52
cannot become a free for all hellscape where anything can be
1:00:55
said with no consequences.
1:00:57
Oh no. What now notice this no consequences and once you've
1:01:09
been KY seed because that's what's going to happen Know Your
1:01:12
Customer the banking system is already set up for it. You can
1:01:16
say whatever you want, but you might have consequences anyway.
1:01:19
I don't want to jump the gun Do you have some Twitter stuff? I
1:01:22
have another clip here but if you want I have three
1:01:24
clips I have the PBS rundown must taking over let's do want
1:01:28
to mention something that nobody seems to want to cover can't
1:01:31
cover they don't bother covering nobody
1:01:33
and may or may I point out that you actually cover technology
1:01:36
and stories like these professionally for most of your
1:01:39
professional life.
1:01:41
Exactly.
1:01:42
So we hang on your every word
1:01:45
of Dave's Yes Yeah.
1:01:48
worm on your tongue from the computer Chronicles to This Week
1:01:51
in tech.
1:01:52
So
1:01:57
Musk was offered the board job at one point and then that's
1:02:00
when he said I don't need the board job owned by the company.
1:02:03
Something happened I believe between musk in this CEO guy
1:02:07
Have you ever taken took a look at this guy? Yeah,
1:02:09
no, they had a back and forth we heard about some text messages.
1:02:12
Well, I'd like to know what what some of the details are on that
1:02:16
not on the text back and forth. But in reality I think that they
1:02:21
met the guy was arrogant and he maybe was a Brahmin he somehow
1:02:34
offended musk, or, or does something weird happened. And I
1:02:38
think Musk took took serious offense. And he was in the
1:02:43
position as the world's richest man to do what we all want to
1:02:46
do. And I think he
1:02:48
How much does this place cost you a whole I'll buy it right
1:02:52
now. You mean
1:02:53
fire you I'm gonna buy the company and fire you. And the
1:03:00
first thing he did was fire that guy. I think this was a grudge
1:03:04
and now he's stuck with the company but he probably you know
1:03:07
thought I could probably do something with it and sell it to
1:03:09
somebody else or he's going to take it private anyway and then
1:03:12
he can do whatever he wants with it and including sell it to
1:03:14
somebody else in a private
1:03:16
question and I like this is certainly one analysis How does
1:03:21
that process work? How long does it take the taking private
1:03:24
insists the stock still trading? Because it's a little bit below
1:03:29
the actual purchase price? I mean, how does that how does
1:03:32
that happen? Is that along
1:03:33
you get a check in the mail, I'll tell you how to happen
1:03:36
because it's happened to me I had a couple of had shares in
1:03:39
companies that got taken private and you got to hold good I got
1:03:42
these shares and now that you know because it freezes, the
1:03:44
price freezes at that one price and you can trade it really you
1:03:48
can try to trade it but you're not gonna get any more or less
1:03:51
for it, right? But you got these shares so you think to yourself
1:03:55
as an amateur, you'd say, oh, cool, I can have some shares in
1:03:59
this company and I get the guy and the guy with the shares you
1:04:02
know, you get a check in the mail. Basically this happened in
1:04:06
a couple of times to me including a company that wasn't
1:04:09
taken private you get a check in the mail and they say here's
1:04:13
your money your shares are now invalid by wow that's odd
1:04:20
happens well,
1:04:23
I mean by vote you agreed to that and you know by proxy vote
1:04:26
it could have voted No Yeah, no yeah. Even if you
1:04:28
voted no. But but it's beside the point Yeah,
1:04:31
just hey, you're a threat to democracy. You get your check
1:04:35
in the mail and your shares are you minus their wallpaper now
1:04:39
collectible collectible in my opinion.
1:04:41
I still have some Ask Jeeves.
1:04:44
Asked Jeeves only collectible
1:04:47
I got I got my Ask Jeeves
1:04:50
stock is and Pennsylvania Railroad stock. I have some US
1:04:53
ex even still that my grandparents us ex is still in
1:04:56
business. I'm not mistaken. Yeah.
1:04:59
It's still worth the same. didn't appreciate
1:05:02
it'll go up eventually, of course American company worth
1:05:06
the same forever. So anyway, yeah, so that's what happened.
1:05:11
So this is
1:05:11
what you said that's what you think happened. Okay, well we'll
1:05:13
roll with that for a bit.
1:05:15
So what happened? Sure. Once the checks go out as you know people
1:05:20
will still be holding them Yes. Okay. All right.
1:05:23
We're going into your clips are what
1:05:25
are we? Yes go as much I got a PBS God bless and other news,
1:05:28
our other news, our
1:05:29
Oh my, you know, we had I mean, it's good that you did this
1:05:34
little visit, but be careful with that. Yeah, I don't want
1:05:37
to.
1:05:37
It's not tenable.
1:05:40
Billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk now owns Twitter after
1:05:45
finally completing a $44 billion takeover of the social media
1:05:50
platform. Within hours, he fired several top executives, and he
1:05:54
took the company private today at $54.20 a share. It's raising
1:06:00
a number of concerns.
1:06:01
That's interesting. So is that factually correct? He took the
1:06:04
company private today.
1:06:07
I don't think so. Okay,
1:06:09
doesn't sound factually correct
1:06:10
the company private today at $54.20 a share. It's raising a
1:06:16
number of concerns over misinformation, hate speech and
1:06:19
the future of the company. None of us has our look.
1:06:23
Judy Elon Musk has promised to roll back content moderation
1:06:26
policies and restore some suspended users, including
1:06:30
former President Donald Trump, who today praised the takeover
1:06:33
on social media phrase all part of Musk's plan to prioritize
1:06:37
free speech on the platform. But critics fear this AI could be
1:06:40
overrun with hate speech bots and disinformation.
1:06:45
Wow, these people really have not listened much to mosque but
1:06:47
okay. Seriously, they have not listened to much of what he
1:06:52
said. All right.
1:06:54
They don't care. They wanted pushing this narrative. I mean,
1:06:57
if you go to Twitter and read raw, Rob Reiner's Oh yeah. Oh,
1:07:03
yeah. Now it's time to quit vote blue. Quit this horrible
1:07:08
platform we can't be on anymore. He'll be on it for a month
1:07:11
months, you'll be on it forever. So he'll be the hypocrite of the
1:07:15
weekend the newsletter went. Perfect. So here we go. with
1:07:19
part two of
1:07:20
this. I'm joined by Elizabeth Lovato. She's senior writer at
1:07:23
The Verge and author of the newsletter this week and Ilan,
1:07:26
welcome to the NewsHour. Thanks for joining us. So let's just
1:07:29
start with what we know. So far. Elon Musk has been in charge for
1:07:33
one day. He's already made some big changes. Tell us about
1:07:36
those. And also why on earth he walked into the Twitter
1:07:40
headquarters carrying a sink.
1:07:43
Well, I think Elon Musk is one of the better known Twitter
1:07:46
users on the platform. And there is a meme of letting that sink
1:07:52
in letting an idea sink in. And the man loves pawns. So there
1:07:57
you are. As for his changes, if you're familiar with that we got
1:08:05
as far as Jade, yeah, Jade, yeah. And ideas
1:08:10
again, and the man loves ponds. So there you are. As for his
1:08:16
changes, if you're familiar with the court case, you know that we
1:08:20
got a bunch of his text messages when it seemed like he was
1:08:23
trying to get out of this deal. And he initially was going to
1:08:27
join Twitter's board rather than take over the company. But after
1:08:31
the former CEO, Parag Agra wall, had asked him to play asked him
1:08:37
to refrain from making fun of Twitter on Twitter, Musk, two
1:08:43
minutes later, and the text log is like, actually, I don't think
1:08:48
I need to be on the board. And after that, he launched his
1:08:51
takeover bid. So he seems to be not very fond of Agra wall or
1:08:55
anybody who reported directly to him as there was a mass firing
1:08:59
last night of executives.
1:09:01
Yeah, that was cause he, I think, in your scenario, which
1:09:06
is definitely a scenario he baited Parag into into saying
1:09:13
that online, on Twitter, and now he's firing him for cause
1:09:18
because that's what I read for cause for cause
1:09:20
cause. Now in the process, in all the brouhaha, there were a
1:09:27
bunch of Twitter employees leaving the offices and I think
1:09:30
these were actors somewhere. Yeah. I think this one is I have
1:09:34
a clip I had the best one and I think they were hired by Musk
1:09:39
Musk has a lot of Hollywood. You know, he's he's connected.
1:09:43
Well, can I just stop you there? The sink bit. Sorry. I don't see
1:09:50
why everybody thought that was so funny and so hilarious. Let
1:09:53
that sink in. Yeah, let that sink in. But it wasn't. It
1:09:58
wasn't that funny. It wasn't
1:10:01
funny at all,
1:10:02
but people acted like it was Emperor's got no clothes time.
1:10:06
No, no, this thing was this this. This every morning over
1:10:11
much everyone,
1:10:11
Jason Calacanis is jizzing he has a 24/7 Boehner. posting
1:10:18
pictures of
1:10:19
a Twitter coffee mug is an image I don't want to even
1:10:22
contemplate.
1:10:23
Now throw Pelosi on top of that, and you'll want sleep for a
1:10:26
decade, maybe they should
1:10:27
all get together. So So here's a guy, they could cut this guy
1:10:34
outside the office with his box of stuff. And he's, he's just
1:10:38
too funny. It's dumb. I mean, it's very uses all the, all the
1:10:45
stereotypes of what you think now that said, it could be real.
1:10:50
It could be real. I just
1:10:52
got let go. I'm a data engineer. We've been having a lot of
1:10:56
problems. And apparently Elon just came in to pull the plug on
1:11:00
the whole team. Climate change. How you feel? Terrible. I feel
1:11:04
really bad. I feel really shitty. How are you? Yeah, I, my
1:11:11
director came by in person, which I did appreciate, but it
1:11:14
was definitely to a group of us. Six years. What's your opinion
1:11:23
on Elon Musk in general? I mean, I own a Tesla, and I don't know
1:11:28
how I'm gonna make. Like, I genuinely respect Elon Musk.
1:11:32
Obviously, some of the stuff he said lately is concerning to me.
1:11:37
But, yeah, now I'm really worried. I'm really worried.
1:11:40
It's really the culture shift. There's a lot of people that are
1:11:42
leaders and you know, things like diversity and inclusion. I
1:11:46
know those people are going it's gonna be a different Twitter in
1:11:50
a week about making the platform more free speech, in his own
1:11:54
words. What do you make of that? What do you think? I mean, a
1:11:58
free speech is, you know, Nazis saying that, you know, trans
1:12:05
woman shouldn't you know, US women's locker rooms, then?
1:12:09
Awesome. I guess Mission Accomplished will say, Listen, I
1:12:13
gotta touch base with my husband and wife. I gotta get out of
1:12:15
here. All right. Thank you guys. Sorry, Daniel. Thank you.
1:12:21
I don't know man. Up until that. I thought his his trans rap was
1:12:27
no good. That's not That's not a Trans activist at all. Or so
1:12:33
someone who would be who would be? Well, maybe but then I gotta
1:12:37
go. I gotta go. I gotta go. My husband and wife are waiting.
1:12:40
They have dinner. Right? It's like, Huh. Anyway, funny. I like
1:12:44
it. I like to freeze possible is that area of town? is like just
1:12:50
rife with homeless? Yeah, you didn't see that on any of that
1:12:55
news coverage. If you turn the camera around? You would because
1:12:59
I've been assaulted, not assaulted, but harassed by
1:13:02
homeless just walking there. And that was 15 years ago. Yeah.
1:13:08
Really.
1:13:08
So they've shuffled them around. So it's may or may not be as
1:13:11
bad. They moved the homeless, you know, they push them here in
1:13:15
the procedure. So okay, so I'm not sure if they're surrounding
1:13:17
the Twitter headquarters anymore.
1:13:19
So I found that wonderful to watch everybody testing to see
1:13:24
if they will get thrown off and saying horrible things. The N
1:13:27
word was trending. People doing through entire threads of 1000s
1:13:32
of memes. You know, it was it was great fun, and everybody's
1:13:36
all jacked and all freedom and Oh, Ilan, and I say, who he is
1:13:41
what I say. You're right, who is the right word? Who we who we
1:13:45
let's go back. This is from because you know, the
1:13:49
journalist. They're just they're not doing any journalism. Let's
1:13:53
go back to May. And this is when his buddy jacked up Jason I'll
1:13:59
GD jacked up GT, Jason had a conference and he got his friend
1:14:04
Elon, which I'm saying that they are friends, there's no doubt
1:14:07
about that. It's just kind of sickly the way that's played out
1:14:10
on Twitter. And he asked him specifically what he would do.
1:14:14
And I believe that's still to be the strategy. And we'll find out
1:14:17
that this period is just a little period of getting getting
1:14:20
used to stuff. Is this Twitter deal gonna get closed event
1:14:23
chances here?
1:14:25
Well,
1:14:25
I mean, it really depends on a lot of factors here. I'm still
1:14:30
waiting for some sort of logical explanation for the number of
1:14:35
sort of fake or spam accounts on Twitter. And Twitter is refusing
1:14:40
to tell us so you know, this just seems like a strange thing.
1:14:48
Wait, sorry. Are they refusing to tell you you don't think they
1:14:50
really know? I mean, there's a good chance they may just have
1:14:53
no idea.
1:14:55
They claim that they do know. Yeah. And they claim that
1:14:59
they've got this point. complex methodology that only they can
1:15:02
understand.
1:15:07
But the guy who landed the rockets inserted this cauldron
1:15:13
and then you throw the novel then suddenly it comes to you in
1:15:22
a dream. I don't know.
1:15:26
There should be some, you know, objective way to say the thing
1:15:31
because this is this is a material public state rational
1:15:34
dishes. Yeah, it's a, you know, it's a material adverse
1:15:39
misstatement, you know, if they in fact, have been vociferously
1:15:45
claiming less than 5% of Vegas spam accounts, but in fact, it
1:15:49
is four or five times that number or perhaps 10 times that
1:15:52
number. This is a big deal. It's not, it seems like if you said,
1:15:57
Okay, I'm gonna, I agree to buy your house, you say the house
1:16:01
has less than 5%. Termite? That's, that's an acceptable
1:16:04
number. But if it turns out it is 90% termite, then
1:16:08
this is not what I wanted. I'm sorry. That's not Damn, excuse
1:16:13
me. Anyway, what he what he talked about in this other clip
1:16:17
I won't bore everyone trying to find it is he was going to build
1:16:20
a WeChat like app. And to his his setup here, the bitching and
1:16:26
moaning about the bots he's going to get rid of, I'm going
1:16:28
to get rid of goat that's only one surefire way to get rid of
1:16:32
all of the spam and the bots. And that means KYC know your
1:16:35
customer, it's a very known registration process, you can do
1:16:38
it with a driver's license, Twitter has that in place,
1:16:41
everybody gets verified. And then this, I mean, somewhere
1:16:45
along the line, I think he already has a framework set up,
1:16:49
I think he's ready. And it's going to be called x. That's his
1:16:51
big thing. He's had a hard on his head, he owns x.com. He's
1:16:55
had this hard on since PayPal, they wanted that to be called x.
1:16:58
And it's going to turn it into x. And I think he has the
1:17:01
financial part lined up that maybe he brings in doors, brings
1:17:04
Dorsey back in for that. Whatever it is, he bought the
1:17:08
Twitter users to get he already has the important ones verified.
1:17:13
Now he needs to get everybody else verified. And so this, this
1:17:17
period here, this is just horsing around, nothing's gonna
1:17:20
happen. It's gonna take a while, particularly because of this
1:17:23
move. And the bottom
1:17:24
line. David, it doesn't look like most banned accounts are
1:17:28
coming back anytime soon. Musk tweeting today that he's forming
1:17:32
a content moderation Council of wildly diverse viewpoints before
1:17:36
making any decisions. And then following up in a second tweet
1:17:40
that anyone's suspended for minor or dubious reasons, will
1:17:44
have their coasts restored.
1:17:46
Didn't we see this play out at Facebook already, which is a
1:17:49
total disaster. Everybody hates
1:17:54
content moderation club.
1:17:56
Yeah, he's got the Facebook has the Facebook Starfleet Command,
1:18:00
which of course, is influenced by government. That's the whole
1:18:04
point of those things. Well, outside wisdom outside, there'll
1:18:07
be all kinds of good people. And I even tweeted, this is dumb.
1:18:10
And then people come back at me saying, well, you should be on
1:18:13
it. Yeah, I don't think so. I'm not gonna determine, oh, is this
1:18:18
legal speech? No, this is this is the opposite of what was
1:18:21
promised. Council move is lame. Back me up, John.
1:18:28
That's your tweets are only responses in reply.
1:18:31
This was a response to Ilan tweet.
1:18:35
So I'm saying,
1:18:37
Ah, I think you know, I don't to be honest about it. I don't
1:18:41
care. I don't care. I think Twitter is. It's just a you
1:18:44
know, it's just a thing.
1:18:45
No, no, I agree with you there. I agree with you there 100% it,
1:18:50
but it'll be fun to watch, because everybody will see, I
1:18:53
will say that.
1:18:54
It's a good place to get little snippets for the newsletter.
1:18:58
And, oh, of course, it's good for journalists who don't like
1:19:01
to actually even get out of the house and they do or make a
1:19:04
call. They can just say, Oh, he tweeted this. He tweeted that. I
1:19:07
mean, if you look at you look at you go back 10 years and look at
1:19:11
news reports. And then compared to today, half the news reports
1:19:15
today are based on what somebody tweeted, oh, it's embarrassing.
1:19:21
I will not claim victory. Of course not for a long time, but
1:19:26
the independent of the UK did actually run the headline. Rip
1:19:30
Twitter 2006 2022 dead at the hands of Elon Musk. I mean, that
1:19:35
is my prediction that he will get killed.
1:19:38
Exactly your prediction you should cut that headline out and
1:19:40
put it on your wall of fame that you have there at the house. I'm
1:19:44
gonna
1:19:44
make it my my background on Twitter. And then I need to
1:19:49
Ukraine flag.
1:19:51
Oh, yeah, yeah, speaking.
1:19:53
Speaking of Queen Ursula von der Leyen she's not
1:19:57
now she hasn't been this my prediction She's gone. Well,
1:20:01
she definitely had to come and deliver the bad news from the
1:20:05
European Council Starfleet Command of their own star
1:20:08
chamber. And she did not look confident. And through my mind
1:20:14
was running your calm your mic, your comment was running that
1:20:17
she's out and like, I don't choose not to does not look
1:20:21
confident. And as she started to stutter, when she had to deliver
1:20:25
the bad news
1:20:26
today, the focus was, indeed on the two topics, Ukraine and
1:20:31
China. And here, looking at Ukraine, let me first of all,
1:20:38
focus on the financing of Ukraine. As you know, we had
1:20:43
agreed to have 9 billion of macro financial assistance to
1:20:47
Ukraine, which will be partially dispersed till the end of the
1:20:51
year. Overall, so far the European Union, the European
1:20:55
level have supported Ukraine since the beginning of the year
1:20:59
with with by now 19 billion euros. But the focus was in the
1:21:05
discussion more now or the on the year to come. It is very
1:21:09
important for Ukraine to have a predictable and stable flow of
1:21:15
income. We
1:21:18
can you imagine having to say to the people of Europe who are
1:21:23
struggling, that Ukraine not you're not in the EU, Ukraine
1:21:27
needs a stable flow of income.
1:21:31
Yeah, that goes over. Yeah, it's gonna get what about us? You
1:21:36
dumb? Yeah.
1:21:37
And stable flow of income. And therefore, we, we assume and we
1:21:45
we, Ukraine is telling us that they need approximately three to
1:21:50
4 billion euros per month to have to have enough resources
1:21:56
for the basics, chump change. And these
1:21:59
are the basics for the basics,
1:22:02
the basics, groceries,
1:22:05
what are the what are the base? Is that like headline inflation?
1:22:09
What are the basics? What is the groceries and gasoline?
1:22:13
You are should be financed by the European Union, by our way
1:22:19
to
1:22:19
do Ukraine tell us that, that they need a prologue?
1:22:23
Oh, wait, don't have to tell us that we've already been taken in
1:22:26
hook line and sinker.
1:22:27
For up we, we assume. And we Ukraine is
1:22:34
telling us Ukraine is telling us that they need
1:22:37
approximately three to 4 billion euros per month,
1:22:40
that's quite three to four is like, you know, it's a little
1:22:43
bit of a range there.
1:22:46
But you have to have enough resources for the basics, the
1:22:50
basics, and these three to 4 billion euros should be financed
1:22:56
by you, you idiots
1:22:59
by the European Union by our American friends and by the
1:23:02
financial institutions,
1:23:04
that financial institutions. You think they will just they're
1:23:08
just gonna give money to Ukraine?
1:23:11
Yeah. Therefore, the discussion was about roundabout 1.5 billion
1:23:16
per month for Ukraine financed by the European Union. So this
1:23:20
will give overall a figure of 18 billion for the
1:23:24
next year. We cut them short by one second as an amount
1:23:28
where then Ukraine can count on and where there's a stable and
1:23:32
reliable predictable flow of income, we have tasked the
1:23:37
finance ministers to develop the appropriate mechanism. But it
1:23:42
was important also to give the signal to Ukraine that we very
1:23:46
well know how important this reliable flow of income is.
1:23:50
Okay, so that's part one. Part two, is what's really going to
1:23:56
happen here because this this flow of money, it's not really
1:24:00
going to go to Ukraine people may be the first the first
1:24:05
tranche as we call it in finance. The first tranche might
1:24:09
be in some kind of stable coin. But what's really happening here
1:24:15
is it's time for what do we do John after we at first we send
1:24:20
in? We send in the jackals so we've had that and then what
1:24:24
comes after that, according to the economic hitman, his
1:24:26
confessions,
1:24:27
should we take over that we take over to take
1:24:29
property from them. And then what do we do?
1:24:33
I don't know. What do we do? We rebuild it? Oh, yeah. No, we had
1:24:37
to do that. Yeah,
1:24:38
that's the whole point. So the next step is rebuilding. And I
1:24:42
gotta think I've, I think I've mentioned it before. This may
1:24:45
not be far off because we're getting ready for it. This is
1:24:48
the immediate support. But of course, there's also the mid and
1:24:52
long term support for reconstruction. And indeed, next
1:24:56
week, we will have in the context of the German g7
1:25:00
presidency, co hosted by the Chancellor and me a conference
1:25:04
on the reconstruction of Ukraine
1:25:06
so nice that the Germans are in control of everything.
1:25:09
This is a conference that looks, how should we address the
1:25:14
reconstruction, it is a huge task. It is an international
1:25:19
conference, the best experts worldwide are will come will
1:25:24
join and discuss how to best approach technically, but also
1:25:30
financial financially, this reconstruction process together
1:25:35
not only with the European Union, but also with our global
1:25:38
partners. And, of course, the reconstruction process. And the
1:25:43
massive investments that are necessary should be aligned with
1:25:48
the needs for reform in order to really pave already the path to
1:25:54
membership reform,
1:25:56
hey, you do have to reform
1:25:59
Ukraine as you know, as a candidate country, so everything
1:26:02
should be focused on this common journey that we will undertake
1:26:07
together.
1:26:08
Ukraine is going to become one big base of corruption, hub of
1:26:14
corruption, only legal now and will own it. So the Russians
1:26:21
retaliated against against a number of things really, but the
1:26:27
you know, the I think they're retaliating against the United
1:26:30
States is not being spelled out this way in the media. But we
1:26:33
know that this is in fact a retaliation against the United
1:26:35
States.
1:26:36
Russia announced overnight it will halt grain exports from
1:26:39
Ukraine which are critical to the global food supply Russia
1:26:43
saying it's suspending a grain deal negotiated by the United
1:26:46
Nations in retaliation for a drone attack on its Black Sea
1:26:50
Fleet and attack Ukraine. Denyce crane is accusing Russia
1:26:54
meanwhile of trying to create what it calls a World Hunger
1:26:57
Games.
1:26:58
World Hunger Games.
1:27:00
Oh, that's a good one that before we have one.
1:27:04
Before we get to that, because we have to talk about the
1:27:06
attack. Because this is France 24 The same story but with a
1:27:11
kicker.
1:27:11
This is something that Ukraine had been for several weeks
1:27:13
warning that Russia might be trying to say
1:27:16
what I needed to explain here is that the grain exports are
1:27:21
mainly the 30% that are owned by Cargill and other large American
1:27:28
companies. They own that land that was part of the whole 2014
1:27:32
coup, assisted by the United States and others but certainly
1:27:36
the United States was it big American companies would get
1:27:40
ownership of some of the farmland there. So 30% That's
1:27:43
our our grain technically belonging to the to the big
1:27:48
multinationals. Now, now back to France 24.
1:27:52
This is something that Ukraine had been for several weeks
1:27:55
warning that Russia might be trying to find a reason to do
1:27:59
already. According to the Ukrainians, Russia had slowed
1:28:02
down the process of ships getting into the Black Sea by
1:28:05
making their inspections more onerous. And today to meet your
1:28:09
crew labor, the Ukrainian foreign ministry said, look, the
1:28:12
Russians have now found a false pretext for suspending this
1:28:17
deal, which of course has terrible influence implications
1:28:21
for the supply of food around the world. And it's very likely
1:28:24
to send prices skyrocketing again and for the Ukrainian
1:28:28
economy, of course, has terrible, terrible implications.
1:28:31
And the Ukrainian foreign ministry, they stressed the idea
1:28:34
that whether or not Ukraine had been responsible for this
1:28:36
attack, then it was nevertheless a false pretext because it's not
1:28:41
a reason for suspending the agreements for which this ship
1:28:46
was not necessary for the agreement to continue operating
1:28:50
the Ukrainian military more sort of strident in saying that they
1:28:56
are denying responsibility for this attack and putting forward
1:28:58
various different theories as to why the Russians may have
1:29:01
accidentally exploded their own ship.
1:29:03
Oh, there it is. Yes, of course. The Russians accidentally
1:29:08
exploded their own ship. Those two like the Keystone Cops
1:29:15
what dopes unbelievable Yeah, it
1:29:22
was still it is our reality
1:29:25
more well the Russians are playing this pretty well okay, I
1:29:32
don't know what to tell you.
1:29:33
Oh, you I tell you how to clip you know you because I do
1:29:35
have a clip it's got nothing to do with the grains which I think
1:29:37
is more interesting. No, I
1:29:40
have another grains clip for once Well, let's
1:29:42
finish the grains before I'm playing my clip but just an
1:29:44
update on what's going on war wise this is
1:29:47
let me see. Oh, no. Did I have I thought I had another one
1:29:54
Ukraine. I'm sorry. I don't have another green clip by now.
1:29:57
All right, let's go to this clip. This is a kind of an up
1:30:00
gray update on the wars thing mostly about the drones and PBS
1:30:04
PBS. Yes, Russia
1:30:05
has announced an end to calling up new troops to fight in
1:30:09
Ukraine. Moscow ordered the partial mobilization of 300,000
1:30:13
reservists last month after a string of military defeats in a
1:30:17
move that drew rare public dissent. In a televised meeting
1:30:21
today President Putin spoke with his defense minister, Sergei
1:30:25
Shoigu. They acknowledge mistakes had been made. What do
1:30:28
they need to shift to Primo?
1:30:29
I want to thank everyone who took part, you yourself noted
1:30:32
that there were certain problems and difficulties at the first
1:30:35
stage. This is probably inevitable, given such events
1:30:38
have not been held in our country for a long time.
1:30:41
Meanwhile, Ukraine says it it has now shot down more than 300
1:30:45
Iranian made drones. They have been part of a new Russian
1:30:48
campaign to target civilian infrastructure.
1:30:52
Wow. So Putin came out and apologized and said that that no
1:30:56
pain and we we could have done that a little more elegantly.
1:31:01
Sure, it was played up,
1:31:02
everybody like all the young men will be coming back.
1:31:06
Here's the BBC on this drone attack, although, as we heard
1:31:12
from France 24. Of course, the truth is that they accidentally
1:31:17
blew up their own ship those dopes
1:31:19
the Minister of Defense has accused the Russian government
1:31:22
of peddling false claims after Moscow said UK forces help with
1:31:26
the drone attack on Russian flees the Crimean port of
1:31:29
Sevastopol. Russian authorities say one warship was damaged in
1:31:33
the attack overnight. Ukraine has not yet acknowledged the
1:31:35
incident. They also claimed that British forces were involved in
1:31:39
the explosions would damage the Nord Stream gas pipelines last
1:31:42
month for responding to all the claims the MO D said Moscow was
1:31:47
resorting to invented stories to detract from their disastrous
1:31:50
handling of the illegal invasion of Ukraine. And our
1:31:54
correspondent in key if you could the chegar has more on
1:31:56
that attack on Sebastopol.
1:31:58
And the Ukrainians rarely comment on attacks and incidents
1:32:02
in Crimea. What we had was a statement from the Russian
1:32:05
defense ministry saying that this attack happened early this
1:32:11
morning, and was carried out by underwater and aerial drones.
1:32:16
And they said that the target was the headquarters of the
1:32:19
Black Sea Fleet in Sebastopol, and a minesweeper had sustained
1:32:25
minor damage. So again, the Ukrainians haven't commented on
1:32:29
these claims. But we've seen in recent weeks that Crimea has
1:32:34
seen a number of explosions attacks. I think the most recent
1:32:38
was the explosion that hit the Crimea bridge. And that
1:32:42
obviously led to a massive response by Russia targeting
1:32:46
stitches across Ukraine. Yeah,
1:32:48
it didn't work. So we had to blow up our own ships. Because,
1:32:52
you know, it was like, we had to convince everybody we're under
1:32:54
attack. It makes so much sense. But when I hear Brett's
1:32:57
underwater work, same as nordstream. Sounds like it's the
1:33:01
same team
1:33:03
probably is the same team.
1:33:04
Well, isn't it interesting that we should keep our eye on
1:33:09
General Petraeus, general portrayed David Petraeus,
1:33:14
who shows ready to get back into the well races of the
1:33:18
intelligence groups?
1:33:20
Well, he does have information and he's showing up on TRT world
1:33:25
I mean, if you can't get if you can't get an RT, there's always
1:33:28
TRT world which is Turkish radio and television. I don't love
1:33:35
that TRT has got to be an intelligence operation for the
1:33:38
Turks. I mean, everything there you'd expect to be intelligence
1:33:41
operation, if it's, you know, tr T, is that I think it may be the
1:33:45
national broadcaster even I don't know. But here's Petraeus.
1:33:48
And this is from October 21. So this is week, almost a week and
1:33:53
a half ago. Petraeus looks into his
1:33:57
crystal ball. We'll get to the to the Russian position in just
1:34:00
a bit. But I do want to press you on this issue. So I mean, in
1:34:03
case Russia uses tactical nuclear weapons use this year,
1:34:06
the the US leadership has called it a catastrophic, you said that
1:34:11
it's it cannot go on and on answered. And a hypothetical
1:34:15
that you had put forward was that NATO taking out every
1:34:17
conventional force on the battlefield, that doesn't
1:34:21
necessarily mean nuclear Nuke, does
1:34:23
it? Not at all. And again, all I was doing was providing one
1:34:28
possible option that is in a range of options that
1:34:32
undoubtedly has been developed for policymakers in Washington
1:34:36
and in other capitals of close allies. In this would not
1:34:41
necessarily be a NATO operation. This would probably be a US led
1:34:46
multinational operation. This is not about a NATO country.
1:34:49
There's no Article Five, collective self defense action
1:34:54
here. This would be a response to a horrific decision by the
1:35:01
Russian leader to use nuclear weapons. And as the US national
1:35:05
security adviser has said, the response would be catastrophic.
1:35:10
Now he has publicly stated that he has communicated this to his
1:35:15
counterparts in the Kremlin. Other leaders have done
1:35:18
likewise, both publicly and privately. And again, there's
1:35:22
just a range of options that would also certainly include
1:35:26
more economic and financial and personal sanctions and export
1:35:29
controls, or would be diplomatic initiatives, or host of other
1:35:34
actions that would be in that range of options. One of those,
1:35:39
as I mentioned, would be a conventional response led by the
1:35:43
US that could, again, dig that hole in which Russia finds
1:35:47
itself even deeper by taking out Russian forces on Ukrainian
1:35:53
soil, and even perhaps taking out ships to the Black Sea
1:35:57
Fleet, as well.
1:36:02
Thanks for traders will listen to you a little more closely.
1:36:06
I'll get noise last cause.
1:36:08
Yeah, you think well, it's TR T man. It's big news. I mean, he's
1:36:11
he's like he's making a comeback. That's making a
1:36:16
comeback. Do you have any? Oh, by the way, do you have any
1:36:22
COVID stuff?
1:36:24
That's funny. You should ask.
1:36:28
I don't.
1:36:30
I have a few. Just just some stuff to run through quickly. We
1:36:35
already mentioned the Senate Committee. It says more likely
1:36:40
than not. This was a lab incident. Okay. A lot of people
1:36:47
responded to your call about the people having COVID vaccinated
1:36:53
or not irrelevant. Having stomach issues a wheat issues.
1:36:59
Wheat allergies to be specific.
1:37:02
Do you mean wheat? Wheat, soy wheat out? Well. I gotta
1:37:09
run these. They're asking the questions about how long did the
1:37:12
hives last and I don't have a lot of these details. I have to
1:37:16
go over this with Mimi. And then someone said, I don't know. As
1:37:23
you know, as hives. My hives is hives. Everyone knows what I
1:37:27
think you ever had hives, you know what they are? I didn't I
1:37:34
only got one or two notes. I didn't get as many as I thought
1:37:37
you got some.
1:37:38
There is a an NIH med was at Med bio, those in the shownotes. I
1:37:48
guess you'd call it a research paper that shows that there is a
1:37:52
possibility for a huge amount of people suffering from celiac
1:37:57
disease after having contracted or having suffered through
1:38:00
COVID. Yeah, so that's what it sounds like. It sounds like
1:38:04
Sealy eksklusif Big Raya. So that's it. That sounds like it
1:38:09
might be related.
1:38:11
And I would think it sounds very close. And the hives and some of
1:38:16
these other things. That's for sure.
1:38:20
Did you read again? This, you know, this kind of stuff gets
1:38:25
released. This was on October 28. That was Friday. Today is
1:38:30
Sunday. 29th. Yeah, on Friday. Big news release that no one
1:38:35
read no one heard about because well, you know why? We were all
1:38:39
connected Pelosi hammered FBI is asking the US court to reverse
1:38:46
its order that it produced information from Seth Rich's
1:38:49
laptop computer.
1:38:51
Put it into bands for 66 years? Yeah. Why? 66 years? I don't
1:38:58
know. 75 I've heard
1:39:01
just bring a little Satanism in there just for laughs Why not?
1:39:04
Hey, I got a good idea. Let's put 66 in there so that's iffy
1:39:13
for sites say some low level robbery that took place that was
1:39:19
nothing big nothing burger wasn't it wasn't literally the
1:39:24
nothing burger that was about to about to
1:39:27
know there's that there's nothing burger, I think was
1:39:31
about something else was about some other nothing. Hey, man.
1:39:36
We met in Palm Springs a few years back. Yeah. Are you Ben?
1:39:42
What do you think's gonna happen this week? Oh Russia thing.
1:39:47
Nothing broke. That's where it came from. The Russia thing is a
1:39:50
big nothing burger. And that was 2017 Van Jones.
1:39:56
I think Van Jones I think he probably took at He's not
1:40:00
creative. So he has gotten that from someone else. There's
1:40:04
another thing which is dumb This is an older clip but it's gets I
1:40:09
just clipped it because I thought it was typical, you
1:40:11
know, you know the Democrats are doing what they can to get their
1:40:15
attention and then you got Matt gets you know whose tries to be
1:40:20
you know another Jim Jordan when it comes to the legal stuff when
1:40:26
he goes when this during the hearings he tries to be a big
1:40:28
shot and, and, and you know intimidate witnesses and here he
1:40:33
is with some FBI Assistant have to the assistant kind of guy.
1:40:40
And he's gonna badger him about the hi Hunter Biden laptop which
1:40:43
is God's at this point in the holes. I'd say. Timeline is
1:40:50
pretty
1:40:51
talking like that douche on PBS. What's his name?
1:40:54
Yeah, like,
1:40:55
you know, in the launch? Yeah.
1:40:58
sprek and Z douche.
1:41:00
So where is the laptop? Sir?
1:41:03
I'm not here to talk about the laptop. I'm here to talk about
1:41:06
the FBI cyber program.
1:41:07
You are the Assistant Director of FBI cyber. I want to know
1:41:11
where Hunter Biden's laptop is. Whereas, Sir, I don't know that
1:41:15
answer. That is astonishing to me is has FBI cyber assessed.
1:41:20
Whether or not Hunter Biden's laptop could be a point of
1:41:23
vulnerability, allowing America's enemies to hurt our
1:41:26
country. Sir, FBI cyber program is based off of what's codified
1:41:31
in title 18 or title 18 section 1030 a code which talks about
1:41:37
computer intrusions, right using nefarious intent. Never. You've
1:41:40
talked about passwords here. I mean, the hunter Biden's
1:41:43
password on his laptop was Hunter oh two drops it off at a
1:41:47
repair store. I'm holding the receipt from Max computer
1:41:52
repair. We're in December 2019. They turned over this laptop to
1:41:56
the FBI and what now you're telling me right here is that as
1:41:59
the Assistant Director of FBI cyber you don't know where this
1:42:03
is after it was turned over to you three years ago? Yes, sir.
1:42:06
That's an accurate statement.
1:42:09
He goes on
1:42:13
your laptop just
1:42:14
badgering Badgerys it's just not a good look for Republicans to
1:42:18
be just Hi night that whatever whatever happens to take some
1:42:21
testosterone to get his he's got to get a couple of octaves down
1:42:24
on his voice is just squeaky
1:42:26
whatever happened to the Anthony Weiner laptop. Whatever happened
1:42:32
whatever it happened to monkeypox
1:42:35
monkey bite, just got to keep I was watching. I was watching
1:42:38
battle of the douchebags watching I was listening. I was
1:42:41
gonna say and that's where I got that line. sprachen Z. Do she
1:42:45
douche, which is a funny line from the British guy that's on
1:42:48
there. I don't know as they did. Nobody uses their own names.
1:42:51
It's gruff. Gregory Gregory when foresights Foreman foreskin,
1:42:56
foreskin. Well, Mr. foreskin used Ellie's funny funny guys
1:43:00
got a slight cockney accent it's very entertaining to listen to
1:43:03
it but I didn't know what that show is about. It's a very funny
1:43:06
show. It's a little podcast it you know it's tedious. In other
1:43:11
words to say I can over each other and it's taken together
1:43:14
forever to get to the point they don't tighten it up. And what is
1:43:17
the point? What is the crux of the format, the whole thing is
1:43:20
they have they take like eight guys and they they pair them off
1:43:24
against each other like they had Prince Andrew paired off against
1:43:30
Howard Stern. And one of the guys takes either one of them
1:43:34
and they go back and forth with douchey clips and who wins the
1:43:38
douchebag showdown he goes to the next level to the next
1:43:42
round. And they did it too too differently. They've done it
1:43:45
goes to new guys. They take two douche bags to who's the bigger
1:43:49
douche and then it goes to the next round. And it was just kind
1:43:52
of like a round it's like a tournament
1:43:54
how do they vote and how are people voting days having
1:43:57
people call in and they get like 3040 votes you know, they don't
1:44:00
have listenership but it's actually entertaining enough
1:44:04
because the they really argue for their guy being the biggest
1:44:08
douchebag they
1:44:09
should have boosts a boost bag who said douche douche boosts
1:44:12
for voting
1:44:13
so that douche shares are on there and a British guy was
1:44:17
promoting Prince Andrew is a bigger douche than Howard Stern
1:44:20
and Howard Stern voted on
1:44:22
the voting is on polls in no agenda social.
1:44:25
Yeah, so the bigger douche turned out to be Howard Stern I
1:44:29
had no easy call he's he should be able to win the whole thing.
1:44:33
That's a pretty cool use of the polling system. I like that.
1:44:37
Yeah, it was it was amused but it was this little could be
1:44:41
tighter. Tighten it up boys. Tighten it up.
1:44:45
Tighten it up voice
1:44:47
but there are good there's some good one liners in there that
1:44:50
are worth stealing. Not bad.
1:44:53
And did you steal anything? Oh, yeah, that one?
1:44:55
Yeah, yeah, breaking.
1:44:57
Douche, douche a sprek and see diesel In
1:45:00
the US is reportedly facing a shortage of diesel fuel
1:45:03
Bloomberg says there's only a 25 day supply that is the lowest
1:45:07
level since 2008. Increased demand from the trucking and
1:45:11
heating industries are to blame. Meanwhile, the price of regular
1:45:14
gas is falling but it remains about 10 cents higher than last
1:45:17
month.
1:45:18
Yeah, we didn't really talk about this on Thursday but
1:45:20
Tucker made a big deal about this. Do you see any evidence of
1:45:24
this you're much more in tune with the with the fossil fuel
1:45:28
flow
1:45:30
Yeah, I am. Yeah, no, no, I have not the prices were actually
1:45:34
lower than then premium recently. These guys make diesel
1:45:39
here at Chevron and I think I think I'm pretty sure the union
1:45:44
oil refinery makes it I think Long Beach or whatever finally
1:45:48
down there it's I can't remember the name of it you know they can
1:45:52
start cranking out diesel like there's no tomorrow and that
1:45:54
they said it was the shortest window since 2008. I mean, Sir
1:45:59
DeSantis brutes in recent memory so I don't think it's
1:46:02
why but why is this Is there a real shortage
1:46:05
Well I'll tell you this from what I understand because Jays
1:46:08
boyfriend works at Chevron uses days yet they are not yet up to
1:46:15
the 100% capacity ever since they had to do we have a gonna
1:46:19
have a strike and so they cut capacity and they started
1:46:22
shutting stuff down but they couldn't shut it down completely
1:46:24
because you can't do that with a refinery without going through a
1:46:26
horrible process to get it back going and they've never gotten
1:46:31
it's not up to speed yet as far as I know it's still not up to
1:46:33
speed so it's just a shortages you know they get it together
1:46:36
eventually I'm not concerned about it
1:46:38
I like to say Jays boy button dude, he's got some good info.
1:46:42
Well, he's works as standard went out. When is J gonna make
1:46:45
an honest man out of him bring him into the family?
1:46:48
I don't know. But I'll tell you this. These Tucker I think
1:46:54
really made a huge scene about it. I thought it was overdone
1:46:57
that felt like that to me. Okay, I mean if you if you want to, if
1:47:02
you want to panic about something I mean, here's your
1:47:05
great reset moment. Once again, everybody First
1:47:07
up we have King Charles the Royal Mint just announced that
1:47:10
production is underway on the first coins featuring his royal
1:47:13
highnesses face. The new 50 pence coin features King Charles
1:47:17
is face on one side and on the other side. But he's tribute to
1:47:21
Queen Elizabeth the Royal Mint says the coins will enter
1:47:24
circulation in December. And Brits can expect to find the
1:47:27
king's likeness in their change by Christmas a great holiday
1:47:31
gift right there.
1:47:31
50 Pence great holiday gift we know what's gonna come next.
1:47:35
Since we're starting a cbdc Everybody can now buy prints
1:47:39
King Charles NFT
1:47:41
Well, we were homeless. It was a 50 cents a 50 pence coin. Yeah.
1:47:47
It was kind of low end.
1:47:49
She's not even worth a pound. About a pound coin. Pound. Oh,
1:47:53
that's gonna be a Mum Mum stays on there forever.
1:47:56
You wouldn't mind a gun a bill put them on the 20 they're not
1:47:59
going
1:47:59
to put them on anything. Oh, you're just gonna get a 50 P and
1:48:03
isn't 50 What is the member the when I think when they still had
1:48:07
shillings when they had the odd the odd coins with a hole in it.
1:48:11
And then they had the the one was six edges.
1:48:16
They were six or eight I looked like
1:48:18
like funny wampum money. It was really weird. Luckily, they
1:48:22
changed that name. I just it's their backup though. Like 116. I
1:48:28
think there.
1:48:29
Oh, it's like skyrocketing.
1:48:31
crushing it. The crushing it a lot of people sent me this.
1:48:38
Based upon my meeting with a former New York banker and the
1:48:43
overarching claim that don't worry about China their their
1:48:47
population is collapsing. Collapsing to which some sent me
1:48:52
some charts and graphs that show the exactly the opposite. This
1:48:57
is and don't forget India exactly what you said. Some very
1:49:01
smart people who contacted me over that. But ally got this
1:49:04
link from a lot of people. Peters zei Haan, apparently a
1:49:07
lot of people listened to him. And like his story, and here's
1:49:11
his view, which sounds very similar, which countries should
1:49:14
be very concerned about the ratio of young to old.
1:49:18
The worst in the world is China. They've been in the process of
1:49:22
updating their data over the course of the last couple of
1:49:24
years. And they're now starting to publicly admit that they over
1:49:27
counted by 100 million people. All of those people would have
1:49:30
been born since one child so age 40. And under that young worker
1:49:32
demographic, that childbearing demographic, and two thirds of
1:49:36
them are probably women. So we best guess is that China only
1:49:40
has 1.3 billion people now. The population probably peaked more
1:49:45
than 10 years ago. And by 2030, there will be more retirees than
1:49:50
workers. And by 2050, the entire population of China will have
1:49:54
dropped below 650 million. That's wild. It's beyond
1:49:58
terminal. So the Chinese system collapses this decade for sure.
1:50:03
Assuming nothing else goes wrong, and there's plenty other
1:50:06
competitors to put the bullet in China's head. thought he's
1:50:09
crazy. Okay, so all the way from pre industrial to post
1:50:15
industrial collapse in 45 years. Just for the people that don't
1:50:21
understand about how the one child policy and the preference
1:50:24
for boys or the girls and stuff created this landscape, what's
1:50:28
the what's the high level view of that? Sure. Well, there's two
1:50:30
things. First of all, of course, is one child, Mao was concerned
1:50:33
that they had a young upcoming generation after World War Two
1:50:36
that was going to eat the country alive. So they went to a
1:50:39
two child policy, ultimately to a one child policy. And that was
1:50:42
not loosened until 2015. But by that point, the damage was
1:50:46
already done, because there was a second factor. Remember,
1:50:50
countries that industrialized later can follow the path of
1:50:53
those who came before they can skip some steps. So China was
1:50:57
the fastest ever industrialization experience.
1:51:01
What the United Kingdom did seven generations, the Chinese
1:51:05
didn't one. And so they cram seven generations of economic
1:51:08
growth and development in one and that's why their growth rate
1:51:10
has been so impressive, but you can only do that once. And now
1:51:13
it's behind them. And now they have no children. And they have
1:51:16
very few people under age 45.
1:51:20
If sounds sounds acceptable, at face
1:51:24
value, seems a little bit
1:51:28
apocalyptic.
1:51:30
Yeah, there's a good word
1:51:33
seemed a little apocalyptic.
1:51:37
I'm not convinced.
1:51:40
I I have no idea. But we got lots of smart people who come
1:51:45
back and
1:51:45
well we get we got guys who can give us these numbers of people,
1:51:49
people and I'm sure they all these. Everybody's looking at
1:51:52
this stuff. today to take us over anytime soon. As long as we
1:51:56
keep the borders open.
1:51:59
Well, there's that.
1:52:04
Well, the cafe supercut
1:52:05
Oh, oh, good. I was gonna say the now go ahead. Super cool.
1:52:08
You got any super cut is a good cut.
1:52:11
It's a priority. So this listening, you're going to start
1:52:16
hearing this once you hear this super cut. John Pierre Van
1:52:21
Damme.
1:52:22
marinum duels John Pierre Van Damme. Yes. Yeah.
1:52:25
She says very clear. She says it constantly she was being
1:52:30
interviewed on some of the shows. She said well, and be
1:52:32
very clear, very clear. And here's the supercut of her
1:52:34
saying very clear, and very clear, very clear, very, very
1:52:38
clear. Need more money to plan for the second pandemic, she's
1:52:41
been very clear there's going to be another pandemic, the
1:52:44
President is doing what the President is you're the
1:52:46
president is that's why I'm so damn many other people I grew up
1:52:49
I have cancer. These are
1:52:50
items that the President has been very clear on when the code
1:52:54
repeats a lot. And so the President has been very clear,
1:52:57
the President has been very clear as the person has been
1:53:01
very clear why 1,200,000,707 7777 37,007? Very,
1:53:10
very clear.
1:53:10
All you got to do is look what has been played on play the this
1:53:14
morning. Look, the
1:53:15
President has been very clear. Is he going to specify exactly
1:53:19
No, he
1:53:19
has the best way to get something done. If you if you
1:53:23
hold near and dear to you that you like to be able to?
1:53:28
Very clear, I think very clear is today's modern version of
1:53:36
yes, the emperor is wearing clothes. It's very clear. Do
1:53:43
they still teach that story? A No. in school?
1:53:46
No, because it doesn't involve a non binary.
1:53:50
I mean, you're being funny, huh? Not being funny. That's
1:53:54
the problem is,
1:53:56
how do you know have you researched this?
1:53:58
Blood? But my funny? No.
1:54:02
No, we know about the funny factor. Have you researched if
1:54:05
this is no longer being taught in school?
1:54:08
No, I have not researched. I'm just ad libbing and I'm debt but
1:54:12
I'm doubtful. I'm doubtful because most of the old classics
1:54:15
and that is one have been pushed aside for modern classics.
1:54:20
Let's see if there's if it's still being used, it does have a
1:54:25
full Wikipedia page. So put that in there. And that's always
1:54:27
exciting. Nothing like a little bit of Wikipedia, everybody.
1:54:32
Huh? Okay. Well, it just seems like that story is cropping up
1:54:38
for me and and it was hammered into my head a long, long time
1:54:42
ago. I remember we had the book. At home. I think we had the
1:54:46
book.
1:54:46
I remember the story being told to me and I think the fourth
1:54:49
grade. Oh, there was early
1:54:52
earlier than that. For me. I think maybe I remember I had to
1:54:55
book and I met Yes, it wasn't illustrated. It was trations
1:55:00
children's book. Gosh, I'd love to have that. I'm gonna go on
1:55:04
eBay and see like, somebody's God has sent it to Adam. So step
1:55:08
down
1:55:09
from the Emperor, but the King The King has been dethroned. The
1:55:12
King has been toppled, which King Dr. Peter McCullough's
1:55:17
medical credentials have been stripped. Oh, no. Yeah.
1:55:23
Well, he I think he must have expected this.
1:55:26
Still. I mean, that's the let me see exactly which Medical Board
1:55:30
did this. Because of course, you know, you never really knew. I
1:55:40
terminated I was turned to his for by his own admission, I was
1:55:42
terminated as editor in chief of Cardiorenal. Medicine and
1:55:46
reviews and cardiovascular medicine after years. Yeah,
1:55:49
well, that was a foregone conclusion, rising impact
1:55:51
factors. There was no Whoa, whoa, okay. Oh, yesterday, I was
1:55:54
stripped of my board certifications in internal
1:55:56
medicine and cardiology, after decades of perfect clinical
1:56:00
performance board scores and hundreds of peer reviewed
1:56:02
publications. None of this will stop until there's a needle in
1:56:07
every arm.
1:56:09
He got to be if he's smart, and obviously he's very smart
1:56:15
lawsuit was gonna have some beautiful lawsuits coming down
1:56:20
the road that are gonna cost these people millions. Yeah,
1:56:22
I think he can just wait, just wait. I mean, it starts with it.
1:56:26
And it's already happening. Here's where did I have it here?
1:56:36
Yes, this mRNA vaccines injure the heart of all vaccine repeat
1:56:42
recipients and cause myocarditis in up to one in 27. Yeah. And
1:56:52
who did this the health advisory Recovery Team? I'm sure it's
1:56:57
sketch. But doesn't matter. They the heart group, let me see. Is
1:57:06
the problem. Everything looks good and flashy. Oh, man looks
1:57:09
official. Who knows? Who knows if it's official or not? I don't
1:57:12
know. But of course, the new trick to ratchet up vaccinations
1:57:20
and get get people to take their kids is the idea that we could
1:57:24
have the triple Demick instead of tried to make the triple
1:57:27
Demmick which includes the flu, RSV, and well you might as well
1:57:31
get a shot to protect against COVID Ms.
1:57:33
CDC tonight. Now reporting hospitalizations for the flu are
1:57:36
the worst in more than a decade now at least 12 reporting
1:57:39
moderate or high levels of flu activity you can see and read
1:57:43
the worst from Texas. Carolinas, then moving into the Northeast
1:57:46
now flu especially hitting adults 65 and older and children
1:57:50
four and younger. More than 2300 people newly hospitalized with
1:57:54
flu like symptoms just this week. Health officials say that
1:57:57
flu is hitting earlier this season and with more severe
1:57:59
cases, doctors still urging you to get the flu shot as soon as
1:58:03
you can. They had said get it before Halloween.
1:58:05
Oh no. Just the flu shot before Halloween. For Halloween. This
1:58:08
this good today. Okay,
1:58:11
it's coconut today.
1:58:13
Then it reports from your beat New Tang Dynasty. They have a
1:58:16
whistleblower. A link
1:58:17
to hospital email from Central California revealed they have
1:58:21
seen an increase in still bursts. The staff member who
1:58:25
leaked email says the uptick happened after people started
1:58:28
taking the COVID-19 vaccine.
1:58:31
An email recently shared with the epic times which was sent
1:58:34
out to the health care staff of a hospital system in Fresno
1:58:38
California reported an increase in quote the mais patients or
1:58:42
stillbirths, according to the email that is expected to
1:58:46
continue managing nurse wrote there were 22 demise patients in
1:58:50
August 2022, which ties the record number of demises in July
1:58:55
2021. And so far in September, there have been seven and it's
1:58:59
only the eighth day of the month. The staff member who
1:59:02
leaked the email told the epic times that since the rollout of
1:59:06
the vaccines fetal death has skyrocketed from its pre COVID
1:59:10
19 vaccine average. She said it used to be one to two deaths
1:59:14
every three months in her hospital alone. The staff member
1:59:17
spoke to the epic times on condition of anonymity due to
1:59:21
fear of losing their job. The epic times reached out to the
1:59:24
head nurse who wrote the email to request a statement on why
1:59:28
there has been a rise in what she called, quote, demise
1:59:31
patients, but there has been no response. Dr. James Thorpe in
1:59:35
Florida who specializes in maternal fetal medicine told the
1:59:39
epic times that the content of the email is consistent with
1:59:42
over 1300 peer reviewed publications in just 15 months
1:59:47
documenting severe complications and deaths after the COVID-19
1:59:51
vaccines
1:59:52
because they get better air talent. It's just so
1:59:56
demised devised what is adds, I don't know, demise to patients
2:00:05
that they say dead. Is there some something wrong with the
2:00:08
word dead or death?
2:00:10
Well, you ask a valid question. demised
2:00:16
Okay, on the second was do demised
2:00:21
let's see what comes back. Interesting. Add top one demise
2:00:29
Dez to cessation of existence or an activity that's even better
2:00:35
than they were demise. A loss of position or status, the
2:00:39
conveyance of an estate and the transfer of the sovereignty to a
2:00:43
successor.
2:00:47
No, less was arcane.
2:00:49
Yeah. demised I'm going to demise You punk. What's going to
2:00:54
happen?
2:00:57
All right. I think
2:00:59
well, I want to before we move on, I wanted to mention to
2:01:03
everybody that it is our 15th anniversary week, it's a
2:01:07
Thursday to a Thursday, and we started celebrating on our one
2:01:12
day after our actual birthday, which was the 26th of October
2:01:15
27. Last Thursday, and we've extended this out through
2:01:18
episode number 1500, which will be on the next Thursday.
2:01:23
That's our 1500 episode by coincidence,
2:01:27
I think not. These things are beautiful when they happen. Now,
2:01:34
the donation notes I want to say we said we're going to do kind
2:01:38
of the same things we did last time now we're going to run all
2:01:41
donations all in one. I think most people will listen to hear
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their own donation or you know to hear friends they know but
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there's some real content in here. So it's you're fine to
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drop off but you are missing some beautiful things. Yeah,
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there's some kind there's content that no there's some
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real gems in this and I gotta give props to Eric man it's like
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it's been very difficult for the back office
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for him Eric a list of nights is crazy is off the hook is
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unbelievable. And I believe and I'm not saying anything negative
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here that some people might get skipped over by the process and
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we if you had if you don't get your credit or something don't
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worry about it will take care of you.
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Oh yeah. Oh yeah. But I'm also saying it was he did a yo man's
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yo man's job on pulling this together because it is the
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nature of the value for value model is that you can send us
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whatever however. So things come in and people use two or three
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different email addresses or as my wife's email address or my
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corporate and then you have to try and
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match all different get the switch in me and
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in a switcheroo and oh by the way choose one of these five
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notes that was my favorite
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he got he finally came in this morning with a one note which is
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about three sentences
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but he said that I was drunk yeah, so please do not donate
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when drunk
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well no you can donate when drunk. You just you don't
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want the fact that exist all
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right five notes.
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I left my shoes with that I'd like to thank you for your
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courage to in the morning to you the man who put the C in but
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chanta holodecks ladies and gentlemen, please say hello my
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friend on the other end the one and only Mr. John's
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dealership to see what's at the Grand feet in the air subs in
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the water Notre Dame's nights out there in the morning
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to the trolls and the troll room who have been with us for well
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over a decade on this journey of value for value bringing us all
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kinds of value and trolling and horrible things and racist
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things and all kinds of crappy things and personal attacks. But
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man, do we love it? That's the only way we'd want to have a
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troll room as if it's completely open and free. Take that Elon
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trolls to 1000s 62.
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That's funny. Why is that down again? as well.
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I find it peculiar. We have our two celebratory shows and
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another one to come. And the numbers are dropping by at least
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200 or plus 200 plus each time. I said 2022 2300
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I don't have an answer. I'm very disturbed by this.
2:04:39
Maybe if you're having trouble getting on there's always a
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possibility. There's some other there's something
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we have got. We have had a large number of denial of service
2:04:49
attacks on the stream. Certain networks, networks you know keep
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there's actually people out there that hate us and they will
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like to show us denial of service because I think they
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must be journalists. Because that's all we really do is go
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after bad news.
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Just be sure you know it is that that round face guy who got
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fired from CNN seltzer water II. Yeah, he's become a hacker. He's
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like the guy with the red stapler, him getting kind of
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gamma going to DDoS or making
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the stapler to make him Clintonian and bring the place
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down if they take my stapler in front of me.
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So, now that is the troll room, you can find that troll room.io
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I did add a special link, Brian stapler. Good one serpent. I did
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that. Oh,
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there you go.
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Right. That's the troll room.
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And it's good that you did what you normally don't do you
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attributed?
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I did? Well, yeah. Hey, we got cancelled by roku.
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What do you mean, we got cancelled by roku.
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The no agenda app has been on Roku for 12 for almost since
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Roku is inception.
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Yeah, for a long time they took it off. Who took it off roku?
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Who took it off on your watch? By what means by what
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circumstance?
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They just remove it from the App Store?
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Because it sucks because the app wasn't keeping up to date. I
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thought it was I would
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say misinformation, disinformation carrying water.
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Yes, yes.
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They don't do that they haven't they're not known for that.
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Well, the developer will hopefully be able to tell
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us I haven't heard him or a developer developer let us know
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what happened. Developer developer developer.
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No agenda stream.com. But if you want to hit the troll room right
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away, troll room.io. And you can there's a link there if you're
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if the chat room widget doesn't show up seeing some browsers now
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stopping that it's everything is Silicon Valley blows chunks.
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They try to stop everything with their with their software.
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crappers it's alright, because we have free and open software
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running at no agenda social.com where you can also vote for the
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biggest douchebag This is the kind of stuff that I love. This
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is what no agenda is all about value for value people using
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tools creating tools setting it up, we don't run any of it. The
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producers of the show have been running it for 15 years, and we
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appreciate them so much. Thank you for that. And let's just add
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the artists to that. The artists for our previous episode 1498
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Which retitled junk fees? Now we knew that there would be a 15 to
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choose from there were quite a few but irritable preop
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transracial just did it with the Latin. Just I think that was
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what pulled us over the it's first of all, we had the Roman
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numerals. XV then we had 2007 2020 22 and then had Qt EOS
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in aurus did I say that right? Or is it percutaneous? Do you
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know Latin?
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No. I know written Latin but I don't know how to is a dead
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language. Nobody knows how to
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actually pronounce a dead language.
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Like Esperanto
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so is it Esperanto still going on? So it means hit him in the
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mouth was very cute.
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It was very cute we had there were a number of other ones that
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we looked at let me see there was a lot of pumpkin stuff
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I liked and I liked both we both liked you know so Sims? Any XV
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Yeah, so it's a it's an image and by the way you can follow
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this on no agenda art generator.com If you're not
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listening if you're if you're listening live or later and you
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can always look at it into podcasting 2.0 app that that
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just flows right along with the chapter images he took. I don't
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know how many but it may be hundreds of album art covers and
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then put the x v over the top of it. Which is really good. We
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both would love to Archie way. Yeah, we yeah, we both would
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love to have that blown up really big from the wall.
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I think a lot of people would
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Yeah. For next to my Ask Jeeves stock certificates. Perfect. Go
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together beautifully. When there was one else that we look at.
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See, scrolled off?
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Well, we had the no agenda official official agency CEO,
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which was cute. Kind of like that. It was nice.
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A lot of different 950s there was the one the color blindness
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test, which I thought was cute. Yeah,
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because because I of course could not see the number 15 in
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the in the dots that fails for me. Obviously, bless you. There
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was some lots of cheesecake tons of cheesecake what other
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fifteens of notes
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we got the music good cheesecake was the one we weren't going to
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use under N AP University for by tanta Neo which is genuine
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cheesecake a lot of die.
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Yeah. Oh goodness. Yes. She knows you doesn't she?
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Well she was just it was a message it was a wink wink nod
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again the cosine the beautiful piece no agenda still the best
2:10:27
podcast in years 15 years artsy very artists.
2:10:30
Yes, we both liked that it was very modern magazine style
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surfer artists who I always refer to it. Yeah.
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Yes, dynamite. I mean, some beautiful challenge coin designs
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other very nice and feel free to use these use these anywhere
2:10:49
just to promote the show. You don't have to use the chosen
2:10:52
artwork you can use any of that and if you have an album
2:10:56
addressed put it in there so I can put the artists in comics or
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bloggers is leading this charge go. So the sort of the producers
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can support the artists when they're listening in a
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podcasting 2.0 app. Thank you very much to wait I gotta get
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his name right.
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In what is it? I lost it. What is it? Come on.
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I don't have it in front of me. I gotta go find it.
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Oh man, I backspace. One too many. Here it is. I've got her.
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Yes, it's the irritable preop transracial mega, thanks for
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that name. Very easy. And thanks to all of the artists who
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participate and have participated continuously for
2:11:38
many, many, many years in making the best podcast in the universe
2:11:43
even more attractive with fresh album art every single show. Now
2:11:49
we have a number of executive producers Associate Executive
2:11:52
producers and we'll roll it right through to the to the full
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list of producers. This is a special inflation deal that that
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John put together and I think it's it's been very beneficial
2:12:06
to people who wanted to get to some kind of peerage within
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Gitmo nation, no agenda nation and they've been able to achieve
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what that with the double the value I think is what what was
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the How was the promotion exactly titled
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you get double credit or perish knighthoods and producers, ships
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or whatever you contribute. So if you contribute 100, you get
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credit for 200 and become an Associate Executive Producer and
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someone who has never those last two. So if you want to get a
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knighthood, somewhere down the road, you can still take the
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$200 credit.
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One of the producers who has never claimed any titles but who
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has been with us month in month out for many many years. Nothing
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who continues to be a pillar of no agenda nation and the support
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of the show with tremendous value is Sir autonomous of Dog
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Patch and lower Slobo via he comes in top top dog today as
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our executive producer with $2,212. And let's see if his
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note which I have here alludes to any of this from synonymous
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with Dogpatch and Lobo via Thank you. I appreciate the hard work
2:13:16
by YouTube and the many producers that provide
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extraordinary production quality at all levels. I hope inflation
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of basic items isn't impacting the financial capacity of
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producers of your food for the mind production company. Travel
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continues to I can't do something my donation mailings,
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get a delay, or disrupt my donation mailing schedule, but
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not my listening. This is for October, I'm beginning to lose
2:13:45
track of where I am or where I'm going. My donation amounts and
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passport stamps helped me keep track this is the International
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Man of Mystery. He's either a jewel thief or an assassin.
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Where was I? In March? Let me take a look at my passport
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stamps and my donations i
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Yes, he must have a fabulous passport Kuala Lumpur.
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jingle got a love he did? No jingles no karma was to shorten
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this program section even if sometimes my letters are longer.
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Thank you very much. Mr. Dogpatch. What was the moment
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you're the best you're the best man you're the best.
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Yeah, I was reading this and thinking what is this that he's
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getting? He's trapped I think is traveling is getting on his
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nerves. was getting trapped. You know he's going all over the
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place and we don't know what he does. We have no idea.
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I think he's going into the case of the Asian region soon was my
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idea.
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But I get on your nerves after a while. No kidding many parts of
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Asia. And no one ever talks but always beautiful. Many parts of
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Asia stink literally And it's like, I don't know if it's the
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sewers or whatever it is, but there's lots of Asia really
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stinks. It just
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says really? Oh, actually, it actually smells bad.
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Constantly. Yeah, right. A device stinks. I mean, smells
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bad. And it's like, oh my god and you got to wave your hand in
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front of your face and your roll your eyes and your hope to get
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and you wonder whether it's going to end. Very common all
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over the place. narstie onward with Nicolas Darkus in Siler
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City, North Carolina $1,500. Living in FEMA Region for just
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outside Chapel Hill, beautiful area of the country which
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happily nobody knew she needed as we have donated in the got
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donations on the books and will be taken advantage of the double
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donation week to go ahead and secure three Insta nights. One
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instead aim for the family will adjust the accounting as we work
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towards a barony no agenda will surely has surely saved our
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lives through its amazing amygdala shrinking powers. And
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we'll be grateful forever. For to you both for keeping us sane
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all these years please credit her nine year old son Gavin as
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Sir hoot king of the owls Kelly as Damon Kelly of the animal
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kingdom and Nick as Sir Nick of the goat scream I decided
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against Sir Hans stron as that seemed a bit in bad taste to
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please include at the round table lucky charms and Greek
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give as well for you will make time goat karma climate gate and
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that Korean news caster later that you used to play all the
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time. alternatives include huntsmen Mandarin or something
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by duck now I got stuff for you here
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to the gate to the gate you've got she is karma.
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There is our Korean news lady. So we got lots of Switcheroos
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here I say. Then we have Dame Vox of the gateway 1393 from
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Alaska. I'm sorry. What is Alaska? I should have no triple
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switcheroo alert. Okay people shortest possible mom murdered
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got weird free government Blood Money can't spend with a clear
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conscience. So passing to my favorite true independent V four
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v podcasters. There's no higher calling. You're the first it
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crafty CPA and once a virgin strawberry daiquiri. This is
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very sad to hear this okay 500 For Dad Dan Davenport is silent
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key, which means he also passed away sir W five V J wants a damn
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beer. smokin hot husband anthony Watts is Sir keeper of Vox wants
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a grilled cheese with pickles. No jingles just a crap ton of
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extra strength justice karma for Linda, whose money murder is
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still unsolved after nearly a year. Karma The you know what
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out of that. Thanks for 15 years of honesty and courage. Wow.
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kind of taken aback.
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You've got karma.
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Quite a note.
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Yeah, and I got a lot of things to enter here while you're
2:18:53
moving on Gary Abrams
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son in a Reno, Nevada $1,000 Biggest Little City in the
2:19:01
world. I would like to congratulate you both on 15
2:19:05
years of making the best podcasts in the universe. Also,
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I would like to be put on the birthday list. You're on it. My
2:19:10
birthday is October 30. I was looking forward to donating says
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my birthday falls on his show day thanks to the inflation
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fighting promotion. I thought it'd become a night and make my
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wife a dame at the same time. I would like my night name to be
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sir. T I double ghewar of the Truckee Meadows there's a plan
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in there somewhere I'm sure my wife's name name to be Dame and
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of the land of smiles. For the roundtable. I would like whiskey
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maples, cakes, and old fashions, no jingles, but some are to D to
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karma. Please sincerely, Gary Abrahamsson.
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You've got
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karma. Now because the list is so big. Of course I'm doing a
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lot of jingles and requests. For the roundtable on the fly, but
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we move on to Frank Hills Hof 1000, from three bears and in
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the Netherlands. Congratulations on 15 years I haven't been
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Listen, I have been listening ever since Rogen. So it's about
2:20:14
time to get this deep douching out of the way. You've been de
2:20:19
deuced hereby please accept my donation of $1,000. I'd like to
2:20:24
be known as Sir Frank surfer of the cosmic debris. For the
2:20:27
roundtable. I'd be happy with the bottle of sakeI Yama, buki
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gold kosher will do nicely. Hi. Thank you very much. Frankel's
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off.
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Anonymous comes in front and you may have to write something in
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here because I'm not sure this is on there. You can check
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unfortunately, this list is so big checking is a pain in the
2:20:45
ass. But anonymous or AAA anonymous in Gouverneur New York
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came in with another $1,000 And he writes please Knight my son
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sir, double A, the third resistor of the clown world
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hmm, is this a note? Or is this where's this note?
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It's in my hand.
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Right but if I have to write something down I got it.
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Nevermind it's Page five I got it. Thank you.
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I'd say thing, jingles and karma dealer's choice. While the
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injection mandates have largely ended the mandate for the
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military continues with no end in sight which is sick Yeah,
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regardless of the experimental injections being eu a eu a
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unlawful unneeded, illogical, unsafe and ineffective. Due to
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this and a woke agenda recruiting and retention are now
2:21:40
at an all time low in the military not to mention morale.
2:21:45
You can think that goes at the Department of Defense all this
2:21:49
is being done in the name of readiness when anyone with a
2:21:53
shred of remaining common sense can see that this is eroding
2:21:56
readiness and weakening the services Ah Yeah, no kidding.
2:22:01
He's right. Has anyone noticed this as a media notices
2:22:05
producers please research candidates who support the
2:22:07
military by voting in the midterm elections are those who
2:22:10
will act against this clown world bullshit and pray thank
2:22:14
you for all that you do and your continued support of the US
2:22:16
military aid anonymous
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I'm trying to see if his I mean there's no this this list is
2:22:26
seriously nuts so I'm gonna put them at the end here
2:22:32
seriously nuts anyone? We could don't forget we can make good on
2:22:37
all these things. We got plenty of shows to come and we can do
2:22:40
them in a lesser a less commotion filled environment and
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he still gets ignited but you won't get Blacknight it
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NO NO NO NO NO NO there's none of that. Sir j is in Chandler
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Arizona please no last name sir. J upgrading to bear no jingles
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no karma accounting 10 year anniversary, two for 1000 slash
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500. Blah blah blah total. Okay.
2:23:08
I'm guessing that Sergej only donates on 10 year and 50 year
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anniversary.
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He's one of those guys. I know that.
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So natural Alcatraz or Nacho Alcatraz who keeps coming in
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came in over and over and he says you get my note you 920 13
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events in Mexico don't give up gents I'm just passing by let
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the festivities continue arriba arriba and Delhi and Delhi
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some salami good Nacho Alcatraz now vite count el Cresco wildest
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of the bores unless interesting.
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is next to the bodega
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Stan Keeble slash sir Stan cables, once knighted 749 50 In
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case the double deal also gets me into the 1499 Club. Okay,
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I know that
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Rick, that's
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Are you angry at him for doing this?
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No, he's the only one who figured it out. But since he did
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he will get in the club.
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Absolutely. And you will probably be you will be the only
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one. Well,
2:24:40
well now that opens the door to $750 donations for next show,
2:24:46
which is doubled. I don't want to chip off anybody but I'm
2:24:51
expecting to see a lot of those. You register notice sorry. To
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Tommy hog. errand of the heartlands up sorry, he's an
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Iowa City, Iowa 56789 ITM jazz it's time to party like it's
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show 1499 I know that donation segments are long due to the
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double up anniversary promotion so I'll keep it short. Thank you
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and all the producers for the best podcast in the universe are
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to de to karma for also double up a magic moves this double up
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magic moves me to Baron nice moving on up. Tommy hot Baron of
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the heartland now Barry got it.
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You've got karma
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Griffin is in Smithville Texas five five 5.78 Thank you for
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running the show for as long as you have please accept my
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donation of five five 5.78 And please send me divorce karma