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December 8th, 2022 • 3h 22m

1510: Trump Op

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Okay, yeah, sure. Adam curry, John C Devora. December 8 2022.
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This is your award winning keep our nation media assassination
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episode 15 110.
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This is no agenda
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back in the saddle and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region number six. In
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the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry,
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and from Northern Silicon Valley where everybody's asking the
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question, have you been to campus June? I'm John C. Dvorak.
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Buzzkill
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dip So Thomas J. Henry can get you millions of dollars because
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of the water that was poisoned. Same here. Yeah, those
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commercials all over television.
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All over. Yeah. It's crazy man on YouTube, TV. Everything
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sometimes it's like three different law firms in one night
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on one show advertising, there must be a huge bonanza of money.
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Somebody's got a big party of the government, government,
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baby government. Well, it's good to be back, John.
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Well, I was I'm glad to hear your voice. Thank you. Thank
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you. Same, exactly the same. I was very disappointed in that. I
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was thinking Look, John Lewis only gave me temporary I'm gonna
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sound like this for a while they said it'll go away after the
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next show.
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The whole point, the whole point of this exercise the whole point
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of going through the additional pain and honestly, cost is so
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that I will not change my voice. My my speech will not be
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soliciting. Because typically what I have people would get the
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advice. Rip it all out. Here's your dentures, OSI Inara. And of
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course, that would introduce whistling
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So, are the one thing of course, is the whistle, which is what
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your real fear was? Yeah. I can, you know, I can never put the
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whistle. I mean, I can slip it in. I'm getting better right now
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actually incorporate it into my speech.
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Well, so this is phase one. Phase two comes in, you know,
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three to five months when my when the bone has ossified so
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they can put the implants in. And then it's possible that a
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whistle could be introduced. It's possible, but the whole
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point was for that not to, here's you, okay, let me just
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tell you a couple filter it out. Let me let me know, this is the
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whole point. You actually got I got a tax opinion from a friend.
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And there's two cases in the US because case law is what it's
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all about. There's a thing your name is chesty, love. She, she,
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the IRS says,
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I know this case, you know that case, famous case? Yeah, that's
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it.
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She said, I'm deducting my implants, because I make more
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money that way. It's for my business. Yeah, let's say but
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there's a reasonable there's another reason there's another
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one. I forget the guy's name. And he had dentures put in
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because he was a radio guy. And this is very is the old one, I
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think goes back to the, to the 60s or something. And he also
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got off. So of course, it's going to be very interesting to
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have to discuss that with the IRS and they're
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gonna go and they're gonna look at it. Look at the Chesty make
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plan to whatever the hell Her name was.
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Just the love GST MC plant.
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So they're gonna say, Well, you know, her income went up, have
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you noticed that your income has gone down?
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Well, that's a good point. Now here is, I just want to give a
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few brief highlights. You want to hear more Tina and I did a
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lot about it yesterday. But here's just the brief
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highlights. The one thing to know for this show is these
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temporaries. Now, which is in have two temporary it's like a
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bridge. It's a complete full thing. And it's just hanging on
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the upper canines and the lower canines, and which are like a
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crown that is set with 24 hour cement. And the reason for that
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is, you know, this, I still have the stitches in and have to
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evaluate how the bone is healing. So instead of having to
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break it out of my mouth each time, just every 24 hours, I
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have to re cement it. That was 22 hours ago. So I don't know if
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they'll stay in throughout the whole show. I may have to excuse
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myself and then you will hear what you've been dying to hear.
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Believe me. Anyway, briefly, five and a half hour surgery.
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They put me out with fentanyl, which was interesting. Also, you
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hooked it up pretty good. I woke up a lot though. I remember a
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lot of things that took place in this like Dude, we gave you
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enough to put down an elephant you kept coming back. Are you
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Irish? Like Irish? Yeah, people was that Yeah. Irish or people
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with people with red hair. Apparently they have higher
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tolerance. And I said, How about I grew up in
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Amsterdam. interesting observation. So we all
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agreed it must have been the Amsterdam education I'm just
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swelling was By day three was I sent you a picture which I would
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not let in fact you didn't even believe it was a real picture of
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my face when I said look photoshopped that was my
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take a regular photo of you and make you look like
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that. Well yeah of course because that's it's my face only
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blown up to twice
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I was blowing up was your nose was like 10 times bigger I think
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someone's using a wide angle lens.
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No, this was this was on my phone my selfie cam. That is
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That was my face. Believe me. Okay, so it was bad swelling.
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Now here, here's something that is crazy.
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Should have recorded yourself when you're like that. That
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would really interesting.
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Well, when I was out, yeah, oh, I'll do it next time when they
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put the money put the titanium posted. I'll have them do it
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then. Now it is possible. Since these are our temporaries I'm
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working on getting you out again, as a kid you will get the
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vampire. Like the vampire fangs for Halloween. Sure, that's
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exactly what this is why I do that. It's exactly what these
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are like. So I'm gonna I'm gonna talk to Zach and say, Hey, could
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you just get your 3d printer at this point? Can you just print
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up a new one all I want the top front teeth, I want n n o and
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then the bottom I want agenda. And I want another one. We'll
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try the QR code that will be fun to do. And it may be just one
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with a real gold grill. It's gotta be four months you got
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it made? Exactly.
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Thank you, everybody who did well, we had a lot a lot of
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people saying really sending nice notes. I appreciate it. Now
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here's the bonus, which I'm not quite sure. I noticed that
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yesterday and I noticed again today, my hearing appears to
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have improved significantly. I put the headphones on I'm like
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whoa, I looked at Dr filter something differently that
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needs to be studied. Yes. Well, luckily, I
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have an audiogram a recent audit or maybe six eight weeks ago so
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I'm gonna go back to my guy and maybe a month or so we'll do
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another audiogram we can actually measure if there's been
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any difference.
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I think it's important. It's very important. I'm
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blown away like I hear a high end all of a sudden this is
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interesting. Yeah,
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well you're probably getting blocked by those teeth that you
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had in there that had radio radios in the menu or now it was
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probably screwing up
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the no part of the reason for for doing this and the bone
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grafting is because I had above my my molars I had low level
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infection that had been going on for 10 years, which explains all
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of my allergy so called allergy issues. And when it's in your
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sinuses, it's immediately going to affect your ears as well. Who
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knows who knows? I mean, I may. Who knows I may be Superman No.
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Maybe not. Well, that's doubt
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so, but I'm happy to be back is very difficult to not work.
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Oh man.
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Yeah, I found what did you do? goofed off. goofed off. Well,
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the big news of course came in today. Big news. Brittney
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Griner. Grider is a free man and woman
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Well, you know this is somewhat day they'd like to spike the
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ball a little bit more but they left the Marine behind
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and what what no one is really talking about is Victor boot.
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It's like I was just looking at the trade and when you were a
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kid, did you trade marbles or baseball cards,
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leverage? Everyone trades? Yeah, you trade this for that and you
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want something somebody else wants?
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So let's see if this trade is good. We've got Britney Grier, W
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NBA star or Greiner, Greer Greiner. She is she's with let's
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see, just what are her qualifications. He's a good
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basketball player.
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She's a tall woman that can dunk.
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She's a tall woman that can dunk let's listen to Victor boot.
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This is when he was arrested. This is a short clip from the 60
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minutes profile at the time of his arrest. This is the guy that
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we traded for Brittney Griner. This past
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week, they brought him to New York to face terrorism charges.
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Tonight, those are at the heart of Operation relentless, a sting
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that spans three continents tell the story behind it for the
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first time.
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Victor Bucha in my eyes, is one of the most dangerous men on the
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face of the earth on the face of the earth without a doubt, ak
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47, not by the 1000s but by the 10s of 1000s. So he weaponizes
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Civil War in Africa, he transformed these young
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adolescent warriors into insidious, mindless, maniacally
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driven killing machines that operated with assembly line
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efficiencies.
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This is indicted him on for terror related charges,
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including conspiracy tick kill Americans. What makes him a
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threat to the United States sounds pretty good
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shadow facilitator. He's arming not only designated terrorist
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groups, insurgent groups, but he's also arming very powerful
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drug trafficking cartels around the globe.
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This is the Lord of War. The merchant of death. Right? Got
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him in your hands. Right. He's in custody. It's a great
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feeling.
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Seems like a good trade. The Lord of War. Angel of Death, for
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Brittney Griner, it could trade everybody.
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So we left the Marine behind. Exactly. Emery was supposed to
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wailing guy that he's supposed to be part of the deal. And
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we're gonna do this. We're going to do that. And I mean, this
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isn't they they've dropped the ball on that and they just get
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Greiner. And they say, well, let's do another deal for the
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Marine. I mean, that's the kind of negotiators are these. I say
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this, even though he's never going to be president. Again.
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Trump would have pulled this off.
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He has a much better deal. He knows how to trade marbles. This
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was no good.
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No, it was incompetence. I for one thing
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wasn't incompetence. It's humiliation. The we've been
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humiliated by by Putin. And to a degree where also I think that
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truly the Biden administration thinks, hey, we got an LGBT
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Batman Come on, that's times 10. And it's a great crusade
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later, right? J could have done this deal. Right off the bat.
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They let her rot for 10 months in a Russian prison. Yeah. And
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if they're just going to do a deal, that was a lousy deal.
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They could have done that right away. Why did they have to wait
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10 months? 10 months to pull this deal off? Are you kidding
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me?
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Here's what I think. I think that Putin held back and then
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they I don't know if you saw this, it came out. A couple of
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days ago, maybe beginning of the week. Vladimir Putin fell down
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the stairs at his home and pooped his pants. According to a
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telegram channel, which means links to his bodyguards. This
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was a real news story. He soiled
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yeah, we're just run
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Daily Mail. It's it's the US edition. Well, now. They have
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it's a huge article and it's been you can let's see, I'll bet
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you 10 bucks the now striking New York
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Times betting on this because the New York Times probably did
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have it but I'm not betting money fell soiled. Okay, let's
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see. Let me see. Why does anyone give a shit? Oh, I'm
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sorry. The bell fell over. Microsoft new MSM India Times
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CNN. The the mirror Sky News. US News Yahoo News. So yeah, it got
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picked up. They got picked up. Picked up. But that was
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like booger in dick jokes. Pretty my lowest form of humor
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pretty much is sad. Oh, Jay. Jay, guess what Putin had
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diarrhea after eating a bad meal. Oh, stunk up to play so
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this could report it. When a reporter did moved to Moscow.
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What they didn't report was you know, this is obviously part of
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his Parkinson's part of his cancer. None of that. No, this
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is all new. This is just new. But that wasn't the biggest news
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that hit yesterday. This? Yeah, I've been I've been checking.
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I've been checking out a lot of European news, because that's
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where the action is clearly. I mean, unless you want to be
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stuck in Kanye, Elon world, which we'll talk about. It gets
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clipped. Yeah. But the news agents and the news agents is,
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you know, these are top journalists in the UK. This is a
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global, global owns, I think most of the commercial radio
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stations in the UK and they own this podcast men top men. Yep.
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The news agents lead this lead with this story. And it really
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blew up around the world. Not so much in the states yet. But
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listen to this.
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This is a global player, original podcast.
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Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I'm Henry Thirteen's,
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Prince Royce, and a successor of a patient drum dynasty that can
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be traced back to route 900 ad.
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That is Heinrich the 13th. hadn't heard of him much before.
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Well, no, neither at anyone else really. He's a minor German
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aristocrat, who now stands accused of trying to organize a
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coup to overthrow the German state and not just some minor
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coup attempt involving a few cranks. The police was so
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alarmed about this, that 3000 of them took part in raids across
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11 states 131 raids to be precise. 25 people arrested and
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the race took place at the homes of former politicians, judges.
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It took place at a military barracks. This looked like It
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was pretty serious. These plotters include members of an
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extremist movement called the rice burger. That translates
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literally as sovereign systems. And that's because they don't
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really agree with a carve up of modern day Germany, they want to
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go back to former grandeur times pre World War One pre Versailles
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Treaty when they think that Germany had moral authority. So
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there is a kind of grievance nostalgia in this, but there is
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also a very modern element, which you might recognize, which
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sounds uncomfortably familiar elements of Q anon elements of
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the very protests that brought the attack on the Capitol. And
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we're hearing the same kind of words, hatred of the mainstream
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media hatred of the political elites demonizing of those in
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power, even conspiracies around pedophilia. So today on the news
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agents, were asking if this is a global q&a on
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Oh, yeah, very they're taking a global the global q&a Now
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everybody around the world is Q anon you're gonna get arrested.
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I have you know, it's funny that you say this is obscure. I
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actually have a clip of this guy got a couple more but what do
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you got? Let's play it I got the new Hitler clip, but it's an I
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put the title that new Hitler because this guy seems to be
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following the patter pattern of the of the Beer Hall Putsch and
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some other bull crap which it ended up getting like some
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similar number of people 25 people thrown in jail. And I
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believe this if I'm not sure I didn't take it but I got I
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think, renewed and now I have it here but I'm saying I'm not sure
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where it came from. I think it may be New Tang Dynasty will
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tell by what a surprise immediately figure it out.
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Surprise, surprise,
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Germany has arrested 25 people on suspicion of plotting to
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overthrow the government and seize power and a violent coup.
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Prosecutors said the group was inspired by the deep state
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conspiracy theories of Q anon and the reisberg members of the
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Reich's burger don't recognize the legitimacy of modern day
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Germany and insist that the larger Deutsche Reich's still
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exists. Despite the Nazis defeat in World War Two hear the
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details.
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A suspect who calls himself Prince Heinrich from the former
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royal house of voice was seen as a designated leader of a future
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state, Germany's monarchy was abolished a century ago.
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Prosecutors say he contacted Russian officials with plans of
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establishing a new order, but that there was no evidence of a
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positive response. The military intelligence that other members
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included several reservists and an active soldier in a Special
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Forces Command. A former Member of Parliament for the AfD party,
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who currently serves as a judge is also being investigated. The
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process of suspected of developing concrete plans to
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storm the Bundestag with a small armed group since the end of
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November 2021 of the latest. Prosecutors further say the
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group focus on recruiting members of the military and
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police officers. They are suspected to preparing for the
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armed attack through the hoarding of military hardware
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and holding drills. The arrests were made early on Wednesday
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morning in raids across the country, more than 3000 police
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and security forces from 11 German states took part with
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suspects also arrested in Austria and Italy. The House of
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hoose has in the past distanced itself from Heinrich calling him
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a confused man who pursued conspiracy theories According to
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local media.
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All right, so everyone got the same, the same briefing for this
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event.
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But there's a little tidbit in here, which was they were
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supposed to storm the bondish.on. November of 2021.
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Oh, yeah. The latest Yeah, this
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is complete horseshit, John what this is complete.
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Yes, that's the right word. Guys,
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the leaders of this group are respectfully 69 and 71 years
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old. Okay. Yeah, sure. And, you know, this is pre crime. I, you
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know, show me some
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way 3000 This is a waste of the taxpayers. Oh,
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no, this is a psyop. Hello, there we are. It's all it's
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taking it all back to Trump. This is Trump. This was Q anon.
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Yes. Right.
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You're right. Yeah, you're actually right.
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About Trump, and that but they're taking global the new
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conspiracy theorist is Q anon.
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We have breaking news overnight in Germany where police arrested
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at least 25 people tied to an alleged right wing plot to
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overthrow the government. The targeted groups of
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you say white wing or right wing i squared. I heard him say wait.
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At least 25 people tied to an alleged right wing plot but the
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government
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mentioned him kind of close didn't
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one more time Germany where police arrested at least 25
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people tied to an alleged right wing plot. The government said
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White I heard I heard white. He said White I heard what I heard
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what yeah.
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The targeted groups ideology is similar to that afar white roofs
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here in the US. Wow.
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He's maybe
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It's just my ear maybe.
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Maybe Yeah, who would be Yeah, bro me.
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All right BRUCE here in the US the latest unfolding story,
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Charlie Good morning
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to you Nate whether or not a clear and present danger to the
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German state present dangers and officers including special
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forces round up those suspects in early morning raids. I didn't
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hear about special forces 130 raids all across the country
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with two more people arrested in Austria and Italy by authorities
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there.
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It's all over Europe. The scourge of Donald Trump is
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everywhere. This has to be stopped this just like January
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6, they're trying to storm the capitals all over the world. We
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must stop the global queueing on
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German officials say they were plotting to storm the parliament
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building seize power and form their own government even
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installing this man Prince Heinrich the 13th which I think
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you'll see in a minute seeing here during his arrest as their
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leader. Prosecutors described the far right group as rights
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burger they're called breaks burgers citizens have the right
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which is also sovereign citizen has sovereign citizen movement.
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It's all in here
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as being influenced by the conspiracy group Q anon. told
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many of those arrested are ex military heavily armed and
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actively recruiting more members. At least one person in
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the group is accused of trying to contact the Russian
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government about the plan. Kremlin said this morning that
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this is a German problem with no Russian involvement. Tony Oh,
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Charlie Daggett a force in London.
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I just listened to the so you have to understand there's no
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Russian involvement. Okay, very important. And then he listened
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to how he ends this.
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This is a German problem with no Russian involvement. Tony
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very scary stuff. Charlie, back and forth and London try thank
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you very,
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very, very, very, very, very scary, very
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scary, scary
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stuff. And right on cue ABC has this report
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ABC News has learned that former President Trump actually hosted
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an event for a group that included a prominent Q anon
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conspiracy theorist at Mar a Lago last night photos actually
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show Liz Crockett, one of the more prominent Q anon supporters
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for a fundraiser in support of a so called documentary on sex
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trafficking, cracking claim that she spoke with Trump about pizza
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gate. You may remember that was the conspiracy theory that
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falsely claimed that Democrats were running a child sex
22:27
trafficking ring within a pizza parlor here in Washington. And
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don't forget this all comes just weeks after Donald Trump met
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with Kanye West and far right white supremacist Nick Fuentes.
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Same spot there at Mar a Lago
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there dude, this is this is an OP. And this is this is a big
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one. They've got every is that your OP sound?
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I've been totally you know, I didn't think of it of this story
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as an op op hit me right away immediately. But all you had to
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do is mention it. And yeah, yeah, it's obviously and it's
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all about Trump. And I want to just be just as a little more
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padding here I can I have actually a series of clips.
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Well, wait, wait one more. This one, I know you're gonna play
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it. But there's been a bunch of weird little things about Trump
23:15
that they keep throwing in, and it's showing up everywhere. And
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it's, well like his approval rating as though he's needs to
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be approved.
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Well, hold on Hold that thought, because I only have this report
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from Deutsche Bella, to people and Deutsche Bank is also
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completely compromised, but they're more so
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they've been compromised, and they've been anti Trump since
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the get go as listen members, but they're
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subtle. So instead of coming out and saying, it's just like
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Trump, listen to what they do.
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This is only one of many raids today, what is known about the
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suspects and their motives. By
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the way, we've only we've not seen any weapons. We've not seen
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any other people only seen this one guy. We see no other people
23:56
doing perp walks, no arrest has been no reports from any other
24:00
places. So maybe that didn't even happen. We don't know,
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because we haven't seen it. But listen to this.
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So we've heard that there are 25 people who have been arrested
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and but there are still another 27 People who are suspected of
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being a part of this network. And we've heard also from the
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piece that the risk suppose ringleader of this network was
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this descendants of this noble family, who is also an
24:29
entrepreneur,
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descendent of a noble family who was also an entrepreneur. Oh,
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you don't say? I think that's a very subtle Trump comparison.
24:45
This look, I think, I think you're probably right, but I
24:47
think it's too subtle to be different. I mean, ops, of
24:50
course, are psychological. So they're psyops so they go into
24:54
the back of your brain and it's like, just moles itself back
24:58
there. It's there and there. So you know, you're making
25:00
connections you shouldn't be making
25:03
descendent of this noble family, who was also an entrepreneur in
25:08
Frankfurt, and the plan of this group was to basically overthrow
25:14
the current democratic order in Germany, they had plans to storm
25:18
the German parliament with weapons and put up a rest of
25:23
politicians and that way disrupt the democratic order in order to
25:28
setting up what looks like a shadow government that would
25:32
then take power once they had carried out the coup. They were
25:36
organizing shooting trainings for their members, they were
25:39
trying to enlist new members, especially those belonging to
25:43
the armed forces and to the police who have weapons and are
25:46
trained to use them.
25:47
Here's what's concerning. Like there's groups out here in hill
25:50
country who have all I mean, there's there's groups in
25:53
Florida who have this plan for Cuba still, you know that these
25:57
old Cubans are still running around practicing their age
26:00
getting ready to install a new government in Cuba I mean,
26:03
there's a lot this happens all the time but now everyone's on
26:06
notice because you're about your cue and on and we're gonna we're
26:10
gonna have to arrest you for not doing anything
26:12
here. They had this checklist these these Germans and went on
26:15
the checklist of things to do when they took over parliament
26:18
was was a hanger pence.
26:21
Yeah. Yeah, exactly. Exactly.
26:25
As I tried to be funny there
26:27
No, but I understand what you're saying. There's a religious
26:30
component to this and then I want to hear your clips but this
26:33
is now happening in the United States. I
26:35
don't have that my you heard my clip about my other clips or
26:39
about other things that are part of the giant if you're gonna say
26:42
it's a psyop about the big picture SIOP to kind of thing
26:46
the media is doing some deconstructions that okay, worth
26:49
listening to.
26:49
I just want to mention these two things. Now, there seems to be
26:54
an upshot sitting at home with a blown up head and just reading
26:57
everything. I've noticed there is a new term which we need to
27:01
be on the lookout for. It's called Christian nationalism.
27:03
Have you heard this?
27:06
It's not a new term.
27:07
not new. I agree. But it's been moved to the forefront.
27:11
I have not noticed it being in the forefront of late Okay, so
27:14
the Washington you you're naked Well, now
27:16
the Washington Post reported on a restaurant in Richmond,
27:19
Virginia, who cancelled a reservation for a private event
27:23
that was going to be a desert meeting by a conservative
27:27
Christian organization, the reason why is because they
27:31
oppose same sex marriage and abortion rights, abortion
27:34
rights, Washington Post, and, and so the what they're saying
27:38
is, hey, you know, if if you don't want to make a gay wedding
27:42
cake, we're not going to let you eat here. The Christian
27:44
nationalists and this is the one that I loved from the Atlanta
27:48
Constitution journals. I did a what is it an Atlanta Journal
27:53
Constitution. That's a serious publication is a JC AJC.
27:57
Here's what he used to be.
28:00
So they're talking about these Christian Georgia pastors, in
28:06
this article address Christian nationalism. I'm just gonna read
28:09
this one paragraph. Jesus has not called us to establish a
28:12
theocracy in our city, state or country, nor are we to make the
28:16
White House or Congress, a church house. You see, this is
28:19
what what the so called Christian nationalist is they
28:22
want everything go back to Christianity in America. And
28:25
here's here's, here's the AJ AJC. The blurring of those
28:30
lines, was clearly on display on January 6 2021, when protesters
28:36
stormed the US Capitol in an effort to stop the election
28:39
results from being certified the use of Christian imagery that
28:44
day by extremists left people stunned. Some participants
28:49
proudly carried crosses, others knelt in prayer. One was
28:53
photographed clutching a Bible. Another carried a poster of
28:58
Jesus in a red make America hat, great again, cap and one banner
29:02
red. Jesus is my Savior. Trump is my president. And they are
29:07
freaking out over this.
29:10
This is odd.
29:12
We'll of course, all those things that are on that laundry
29:16
list, but they left hanging the pants off of it, but Well, I
29:20
wish he and he's the Christian beside the point. But go ahead
29:25
Yes. Which makes no sense. But those those kinds of images and
29:30
imagery are very common to American political rallies yes
29:37
all
29:37
the time. But they host almost photograph clutching a Bible.
29:40
Oh, the humanity
29:42
now on the left to us, because you've you've only seen left
29:46
wing protests with the pussy hats and all the rest of it.
29:49
Yeah, because that's so you never see a Bible. You will
29:53
never see a Bible in that group. You might see you know, my
29:57
income, not mine comp. I'm sorry, the communist man. The
30:00
fact that you wouldn't see a Bible No. Oh, this is a big
30:05
stunner to them. Yeah,
30:06
yes. This frightening is what it is not just a stunner. It's
30:09
frightening frightening.
30:11
This is the Yeah, yeah, I've had I get Kim a few thoughts myself
30:17
while we're on big cars.
30:19
Okay, but if I can't leave on holiday tell me what were your
30:23
thoughts?
30:26
Yeah, they're not fully formed. Okay.
30:30
Let's go man, you place up.
30:33
Okay, let's go to some some. Another big news item is at
30:37
least got the top in the news right at the beginning because
30:39
it's so important. Even though the details are all left out.
30:43
We're gonna go with the Trump Organization busted. They got to
30:47
get they got found guilty busted one.
30:50
But we begin tonight with the Trump Organization convicted on
30:53
tax fraud, a jury finding the company guilty on all charges
30:56
today, including a scheme to help executives avoid taxes by
30:59
compensating them with private school tuition, Manhattan
31:02
apartments and expensive cars. The defense blamed former
31:05
company CFO Allen weisselberg, saying he did it for his own
31:08
personal greed. You've been a loyal employee for years. Why is
31:12
it Berger pleaded guilty and testified in exchange for a
31:14
promised five month jail sentence. The former president
31:17
was not charged in this case, but his family business is now
31:20
convicted on all counts. So what does this mean going forward?
31:23
And tonight the response coming in from the Trump Organization,
31:26
our investigative reporter Aaron Petroski leading us off from the
31:29
courthouse here in New York.
31:31
This isn't I'm glad you picked this up. Because when I saw
31:33
that, ultimately there's a $1.6 million fine and like literally
31:37
seven. I mean, we have pharmaceutical companies paying
31:41
$10 billion in fines for getting people hooked and dying from of
31:47
opioids and being illegal drug pushers with no this this is a
31:51
seven parter. Yeah, yeah. Okay, mainstream. We got you.
31:55
I brought this thing. I chunked this up because it was every
31:59
break. There's another.
32:01
It's a lie. It's not a diss on you. I'm just saying that
32:06
there's no
32:06
no I'm just saying that I'm what I'm saying is that this had to
32:09
be booked, busted. These all short, had to be busted because
32:12
they're just pounding Trump pounding he did. They did it at
32:16
the beginning to say well, did you just didn't involve Trump.
32:19
But then why is it such a big news story involving Trump Inc.
32:24
or it didn't involve the kids involved this one guy,
32:28
but they can use the word Trump drum.
32:32
So this one guy
32:34
trying to show criminality, trying to show criminality.
32:36
That's it just want to connect Trump to criminality know
32:39
that this is a full frontal attack on every in every way to
32:44
get Trump off the ballot. Right. Right. We both agree on that.
32:49
That's the OP.
32:50
Yeah, that's that's the desired outcome of the op. Yes. So
32:54
they've got to work. They got to find some constitutional thing.
32:57
The Hatch Act maybe
33:00
tells you Logan Act, the Logan
33:02
Act, the Hatch Act, throw something in there. Come on,
33:04
people get creative. How about the Lanham Act? Come on.
33:09
There. Yeah, all of them. So let's go with the let's go with
33:13
part two of this. This smear.
33:15
Tonight, the company that was the foundation of former
33:18
President Trump's career and eventual rise to the White
33:21
House, the Trump Organization found guilty by a Manhattan jury
33:24
on all 17 counts, including a scheme to defraud
33:28
that is consequential. It underscores that in Manhattan,
33:33
we have one standard of justice for all the verdict
33:36
holding the company liable for the criminal conduct of its top
33:38
executives, mainly Allen weisselberg.
33:41
Yeah, they're trying to have it's gonna be interesting to see
33:44
how they tie it together.
33:46
Did you see listed a little gotcha in there? Who besides
33:51
Allen weisselberg was
33:52
a weld Sugata. Could it be?
33:54
Who else would it be because they use the word plural. eXe
33:58
top executives and say
34:00
company liable for the criminal conduct of its top executives,
34:03
mainly Alan weiselberger, mainly
34:05
mainly.
34:07
So who are the other guys, Eric? Eric Trump, he was found guilty.
34:13
No, Don Jr. I'm just throwing stuff out there. I don't know
34:16
most of the top executives, but yet top executives didn't say
34:21
top executive.
34:22
Right then Don Jr. Doesn't Don Jr. Run something?
34:26
I would think so. I don't I didn't see he was found guilty.
34:29
Okay, well, let's just continue with this with this smear with
34:32
part three,
34:33
mainly Alan weisselberg, the former chief financial officer
34:36
who pleaded guilty to arranging some of his compensation off the
34:40
books. The company paid for his apartment for his Mercedes Benz
34:43
and for his grandchildren's tuition, nearly $2 million
34:47
dollars in perks. None of it declared his income.
34:50
Oh, man, this is
34:52
gonna stop there and listen to this again. So this guy said,
34:57
hey, look, I want my income to be I want it My Silicon Valley
35:01
people do this like they do it. Yes. Yes, they do it more
35:05
elegantly though the way they do it is it goes like this. I want
35:09
a lot of stock options at a phony baloney low price because
35:14
we're gonna restrike them. We're going to backdate them. And then
35:18
I want I want my salary and they brag about this. I'm only
35:22
getting paid $1 a year. I think Steve Jobs did this. I think
35:26
Musk does it. I think they all many of them do it because they
35:29
no one can afford
35:30
Tim Cook. Tim Cook, don't do that. Tim Cook takes his money.
35:35
He takes as much as he can. Yeah. Which is old school. Yeah.
35:39
New School is no not taken options. And so you get this you
35:42
take it out as or you run it.
35:45
The thing is, it really is his personal income taxes. I mean,
35:49
if you're not, no, you're not declaring this as your income.
35:53
You're liable not the company. Yeah, yeah, this we
35:56
tried to make it into a conspiracy. So good company,
35:59
they keep saying that company was found guilty, but I kept
36:02
hearing that weisselberg is guilty. Now. I think they're
36:05
lying. Your range he arranged to have is income. You know, give
36:11
it to me in this way. That way, you give me a car, for example.
36:16
Going back over the past that pass I don't know why they don't
36:20
do this. Because I when I worked for the air pollution district,
36:25
I had a car. They gave me a car.
36:27
I've had cars I've had air, air travel, all kinds of stuff
36:30
compensated.
36:32
So you get a car as part of an end of travels.
36:35
You don't have to put that on your on your expense. Exactly.
36:44
Anyway, you can just see the Disney does this was like this
36:47
is very weird.
36:49
analysis from the anonymous gay accountant. He knows this kind
36:52
of stuff. He'll tell us he'll he'll set a straight.
36:56
There you go. Trump was not charged and the defense said he
37:00
did not know. But prosecutors said Trump sanction fraud when
37:04
he signed off on part of the scheme. his initials on this
37:08
memo Oh, Qaeda salary reduction. That prosecutor said she did tax
37:12
authorities. And they showed the jury checks Trump sign so
37:15
weisselberg grandkids could go to an elite New York City
37:18
private school, in their closing argument prosecutor saying Trump
37:22
was not blissfully ignorant.
37:25
Wow, this is crazy. This is a smear and they're really
37:29
insinuating that the Trump Organization is at fault here. I
37:33
I agree. I don't think it's true.
37:35
And he and await and they showed the memo, they showed the ballot
37:38
says so and so's salary is going to be really lowered to $72,000
37:44
or 70, which is just signed off on it as if, what if I'm the CEO
37:49
signing what the Secretary comes there and she drops a pile of
37:53
hey, we got to sign these. And so you go you look at him, and
37:56
he probably does. And he said oh okay, sign sighs and he just
37:59
signs through them. And it seems like Well, so what why is he
38:04
taking less salary? Well, we're gonna pay for his kids school.
38:07
Okay, well, then you sign off on that no big deal. And you expect
38:11
y Salman to take? Do his taxes properly.
38:15
10% for the big guy. This is your news media people. I don't
38:21
know why you put up with it. Why do you watch? Why do you listen?
38:25
It's not worth it. It's almost up
38:29
to you. Well, this is yours. What part are we on this step
38:32
five. We're at five now. Okay, hit five. The trial
38:35
Pierce Trump's carefully honed images of brilliant businessman.
38:38
Prosecutors fought all the way to the Supreme Court to obtain
38:41
his tax returns, revealing a string of losses, including a
38:45
nearly billion dollar loss over a two year period while Trump
38:49
was on reality TV selling his success.
38:54
What does this have to do with the case?
38:59
There prepper a Trump is easy does he legal things he does
39:03
illegal things. He does illegal things. He's very bad doesn't
39:05
pay taxes. And by the way, if I can just say something. So
39:09
apparently the committee the Democrats committee of Congress
39:13
of the House of Representatives got Trump's taxes. Well, clearly
39:17
there was nothing going on there because have you heard a peep
39:20
about his taxes? Did right there in this clip, but I bet your
39:24
show that he was really he had all the money and he made the
39:28
money he said that he was making and there's no there's nothing
39:31
wrong with his taxes.
39:34
That's what I have to assume
39:36
otherwise it would have been out we would have been talking about
39:38
instead of this front page, New York Times this is all they got.
39:41
This is all they got right here
39:42
be a target. He took a loss for some course he took a loss.
39:46
That's what he takes you take a loss every so often. So he took
39:50
a billion dollar loss, which means you had to have making a
39:52
lot of money to take a billion dollar loss and put it on your
39:55
taxes. Therefore it's been whatever the case, why did they
39:58
even throw this You're in there. There's no reason for it.
40:02
There's no reason for it and you're doing it about the tax
40:06
thing with weisselberg. And you throw in a smear about Trump
40:09
right in the middle of the report.
40:11
That's an OP. It's
40:14
worse than me with this update. I
40:16
can't help myself. You said this has no reason. Yeah, it has a
40:19
reason.
40:21
The reason Okay, part this the end of it, this wraps it up. The
40:27
Trump
40:27
organization called the verdict preposterous, saying the company
40:30
could not be held responsible for an employee's personal
40:33
actions. Turning weiselberger once trusted confidant to the
40:36
former president writing, Mr. weisselberg testified under oath
40:39
that he betrayed the trust the company had placed in him, and
40:42
that he at all times acted solely for his own personal
40:45
gain, and out of his own personal greed. at sentencing
40:49
next month, the company faces a $1.7 million fine, but long
40:53
term, the consequences could be more severe. If no one wants to
40:56
do business with a felon.
41:00
A felony. Guys don't even work in there anymore. Who's the
41:04
felon? You're implying that Trump's a felon?
41:08
That's great. Yeah, they're just gonna call him felonious
41:11
felonious Trump, Polonius
41:12
Trump. Can you believe these people and this is ABC News, the
41:17
top of the heap, the number one watch the news show, I couldn't
41:22
believe it. They're putting this kind of garbage out there, and
41:24
they've taken his dirt, pretending it's journalism. This
41:29
is pathetic.
41:32
Oh, that's great. That's great. Well, but Trump is also being
41:36
attacked in a subtle way by your boy DiSanto, down there in
41:39
Florida. Yeah, because even though we he's not running, even
41:44
though he has billionaires backing him. This is the
41:48
messaging he's sending out there, which is very popular
41:50
with the base. And something that Trump appears incapable of
41:55
countering to
41:56
be able to show and how they marginalize people that were
42:00
speaking the truth on COVID was really, really damaging. And it
42:05
ended up killing people. Because people would tell the truth, and
42:09
they would get the platform on Twitter, we also going to be
42:13
doing some stuff because I have a Surgeon General in Florida,
42:17
Dr. Joseph
42:23
has been really, really strong of just fighting back against
42:26
the narrative and the phony phony things that people are
42:31
trying to do and focus on the evidence. And so you know, we
42:34
are going to work to hold these manufacturers accountable for
42:39
this mRNA because they said there was no side effects. And
42:43
we all know that there have been a lot. And so we did a study in
42:46
Florida, you saw an 86% increase in cardiac related activity from
42:51
people 18 to 39. From em RNA shots, and so we're going to be
42:56
doing some stuff to bring accountability there because I
43:00
think it's just something where,
43:02
and this is the problem. Trump cannot admit that he got a just
43:07
say, I got hoodwinked. Say anything, but he's just not
43:10
saying anything. And that's that's his Achilles heel. You
43:14
spotted
43:15
this right away. I think you've spotted it way before. I mean, I
43:19
wish to say that I agree. But you spotted this immediately
43:24
that this was a huge problem for Trump. And I think it is. And as
43:28
DeSantis is not pointing the finger at Trump in any way. But
43:32
he is definitely this is very strategic. Yeah.
43:38
I mean, if he's running, this is the way to go. The only other
43:42
thing I can think is oh, well, they'd be running together. So
43:44
de Santos takes this angle. I don't know. But it's not. It's
43:48
not normal. What's going on here? I'm not sure. And by the
43:51
way, the there's a lot of takedown. There's a lot of
43:55
operations going on against Biden, who was really helpful.
43:59
And today TSMC has announced a second major investment. They'll
44:03
construct a second fab here in Phoenix to build chips to three
44:07
nano chips. The three nano J chips, new three nano and you
44:12
know what I'm saying? No, no, no, no, I don't know.
44:18
That was part of my series.
44:19
I'm sorry. I didn't realize that this didn't I'm sorry.
44:24
Yeah, I got TMC, AZ one and two down here. And then I was going
44:27
to put the punch line was that clip.
44:30
I didn't know that. I'm sorry.
44:34
You just jumped a Biden out of the blue.
44:37
Out of the blue. I said there's takedowns on both sides of
44:40
Biden, right and taking himself down. Yeah, but I was but my my
44:45
punch line was going to be this little ditty from Obama. Oh, no.
44:49
Some
44:49
folks in our last. We don't wish them ill will.
44:55
They say crazy stuff where I'm like, Well, you know, Uncle Joe,
44:58
you know what happened to him?
45:00
My Uncle Joe says crazy stuff. Are you kidding me?
45:04
Yeah, that was pretty lame did prom with that clip and that
45:08
whole vomiting I got sent out to I thought it was on it was
45:13
inaudible it was really got you just play the I still couldn't
45:18
hear the Uncle Joe thing. It's just not wasn't a good clip. The
45:22
reason I was gonna do this TMC clips because he even this was
45:26
with from NTD, and they didn't use that gaff by Biden. They
45:31
play through a kind of a common thing. Let's go through this. I
45:35
want to hear I want to hear this is TMZ AZ one
45:38
Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC is planning to triple its planned
45:42
investment in Arizona. It'll build a second plant in the
45:45
state by 2026. That plant will make three nanometer chips, the
45:50
most advanced chips on the market. President Biden visited
45:54
TSMC first Arizona plant Tuesday. He said the three
45:58
nanometer chips are a game changer for most tech, because
46:01
the chips only consume half the power and the improved
46:04
performance
46:05
phases. Most advanced semiconductor chips on the
46:08
planet, and chips will power iPhones and MacBooks. As Tim
46:12
Cook can attest, Apple had to buy all the advanced chips from
46:17
overseas. Now they're gonna bring more of their supply chain
46:20
here at home.
46:21
That's bull crap. They've been making their own chips for a
46:23
decade. Whatever.
46:28
It makes them think that shipped apple chips are not being
46:30
M one m two m one and that chip they were was
46:34
the facility. Where's that? Where's the facility located?
46:37
Where's the fat? I
46:38
really don't know. So I'm just saying that's what I thought. I
46:40
don't know. I know. Nothing. China. I know nothing.
46:44
No, all the fabs I like to know, by the way anyway, so they
46:47
played it pretty straight and they didn't use that humiliating
46:50
clip. That's where I was gonna play it. Let's play pair Part
46:52
Two that I want to make a comment
46:53
TSMC has investments in the to Arizona facilities will total
46:57
some $40 billion. It's one of the largest foreign investments
47:02
in US history. The plants could give an edge to the American
47:05
military and the economy at a time when tensions with China
47:09
are heating up. Meanwhile, representatives from the United
47:12
States and European Union discussed semiconductors Monday
47:15
outside Washington. It was their third bilateral trade and
47:19
Technology Council meeting. US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo
47:23
said one focus is to align their approaches on semiconductors.
47:27
We're collaborating around an early warning system for supply
47:30
chain disruptions. We did speak extensively about export
47:34
controls generally as it relates to semiconductors and I think
47:37
the TTC will play a very important role in aligning
47:41
export control strategy.
47:44
The US and EU are already working together on export
47:47
controls targeting Russia. remonda said she thinks the work
47:51
together on export controls for semiconductors to back in
47:55
October the Biden administration blocked exports of advanced
47:58
chips to China. Fears are China's Communist regime could
48:02
use advanced chips to speed up development of artificial
48:05
intelligence and weapons platforms.
48:10
The question that comes to mind is what happened to our fabs
48:14
When did and I was following this as well mostly about
48:17
computers, less about fabs, but all the fabrication plants that
48:22
would your chip guys had you know, AMD, AMD, Motorola down in
48:27
Texas, AMD and Texas and Santa Clara, Intel, micron micron
48:33
and Virginia.
48:37
micron has a fab they got to fab their set their fab was in
48:41
Idaho.
48:41
Now they they have a huge fab in Virginia. I know someone who
48:45
works there, or we used to
48:45
work it. Well. The point is, is that we had these fabs but all
48:49
of a sudden we can't do the high end stuff. We can't do the point
48:53
that you know, they're doing three microns, which is
48:55
ludicrous. I mean, 8.3, which is unbelievable. And it's just it's
49:04
ridiculous.
49:06
There's another there's a Samsung fab opening up in
49:08
Taylor, Texas.
49:10
Yeah, they've taken their technology that they developed
49:13
with our help in Korea. And now they're, you know, because they
49:19
saw the white writing on the wall that they have to move
49:21
these fabs so we had to have some fabs here and now all of a
49:24
sudden but they're not even American fabs at Samsung so EMSC
49:28
or T T S Yeah,
49:30
but still made in America. him still made in America. They're
49:32
made in America
49:33
by overseas firms. What happened to our expertise?
49:38
Dude, who are you kidding? Look at look at look at our x bar
49:42
expertise is the open AI chat GPT that everyone's losing their
49:46
crap over? Have you seen this find
49:51
it. I find his whole situation to be
49:55
off. off
49:59
guard Did you Did you see this chat? GPT? You can't there's no
50:05
way you missed it.
50:07
I saw it. I didn't pay that much attention to it. Yeah. No, of
50:10
course not because it's stupid and dumb. But everyone's like,
50:13
Oh, this is great. Look at how, oh, no, I'll never have to code
50:17
again. Oh, I don't have to do my homework. It's so wonderful.
50:21
Meanwhile, just ask the stupid thing. What email did I sign up
50:24
with? For your stupid thing? And it's gonna try and tell you what
50:28
email Do you think it was? Yeah. Okay. Thanks. Bye. Bye.
50:32
Really? Yeah, it does. That it does, called Eliza.
50:36
Yeah. It's,
50:38
there's a few people know what I'm referring to. Why Does that
50:40
ring a bell? Because Eliza was the first chat bot. Oh, yeah.
50:45
Free internet. It's
50:47
better than that. It's
50:47
better on the 70s. Yeah.
50:50
It's better than that.
50:51
Hi, how are you? I'm good. You. I'm good, too. What's your name?
50:56
My name is Eliza. What's yours? I mean, it's just that
50:59
but here's what's going on with just to talk about because you
51:02
brought up artificial intelligence. So now you did
51:04
not. Well, you brought up chips. Okay.
51:07
I brought it I brought.
51:08
So you're I'm bringing up artificial intelligence. So
51:10
first of all, the it's a complete misnomer for what is
51:14
going on here. And people like oh, look at this great art I
51:17
created. No, it's a piece of shit. It's okay. It's
51:22
interesting. Oh, it's gonna replace artists is going to
51:24
replace writers and artists, it's going to replace nothing
51:28
you. Art is a feeling. It's something human that comes
51:32
through you feel the DIS flaws in it. But there's also you feel
51:36
love in these things. You can't just have AI. And although I'll
51:40
have to say people have been so dumbed down, particularly by
51:44
music, today's music that yeah, a lot of the AI generated music
51:49
or sound just like anything that you hear on the radio because
51:53
it's pretty much formulaic. But may I just point out that when
51:58
you upload this when you when you make art, and you're so God
52:02
about oh, look at this cool art. I'm going to print it out
52:04
hanging up on my wall, you're actually up you're giving that
52:08
back to the internet. And so that crap now goes back into the
52:11
AI and but at the same time, thank you very much for Oprah
52:15
uploading all of your selfies to the 10 cent Ayar generator.
52:18
Thank you. That's right. Thank you. Go ahead. Put more of your
52:22
stuff up there. I cannot believe how stupid people are. Sir. God
52:29
this is stupid. Stupid, stupid. It's crazy. All right,
52:33
so we're we're on the subject of stupid. Yeah, to make a segue
52:38
that some random clip let's talk about Twitter. Oh, all
52:42
right. Yay. Good. I got some good stuff on Twitter.
52:46
Well, I got it I got a three part analysis that was done.
52:50
Good good. On
52:54
Well, let's before we play this report analysis, let's start
52:58
with the because Twitter is so important. The super cut I have
53:02
a super cut. Super cool.
53:04
I do want to be even more cautious when reading about
53:06
COVID on Twitter. be extra cautious when you're looking for
53:10
health information. In the Twitter verse a company drops
53:13
its COVID misinformation policy Twitter has dropped its COVID-19
53:17
misinformation policy.
53:18
Be cautious while looking for health information in the
53:20
Twitterverse. be extra cautious while looking for health
53:24
information in the Twitterverse. be extra cautious while looking
53:27
for health information in the Twitterverse. be extra cautious
53:30
while looking for health information in the Twitterverse.
53:33
be extra
53:33
cautious while looking for health information on the
53:36
Twitterverse
53:37
be extra cautious while looking for health information on the
53:40
Twitterverse be extra cautious while looking for health
53:43
information in the Twitterverse be extra cautious while looking
53:47
for health information on Twitter. be extra cautious while
53:50
looking at health information on Twitter. be extra cautious when
53:53
looking for health information on Twitter and be extra cautious
53:56
while looking for health
53:57
information on Twitter. be extra cautious while you're looking
54:00
for health information on Twitter be extra cautious
54:03
while looking for health information on Twitter. Now
54:05
for extra points did you try and track the origin of this script?
54:10
I couldn't find it but I will say this extra cautious is the
54:17
key obviously the talking point everyone has to be not cautious.
54:20
extra cautious, extra cautious which is a lot like I do believe
54:26
I will say this
54:30
so let's go to a little rundown. I thought this was kind of
54:33
interesting. This is a breakdown they get this guy James Baker
54:36
every so often he's a he's got this project that he does is
54:39
some truth finding operation. And they bring him on as a as a
54:44
talking head on NTD John,
54:49
I've ever seen recently research just before the most recent
54:51
revelations about what he was doing that he was the General
54:54
Counsel of Twitter and when what is the time frame
54:57
Shaiya James Baker is it's about distance by James Prager, it's
55:01
about James Baker. These are the this is a discussion of the
55:04
Oh, okay. confused me.
55:07
Sorry. I'm just looking at the clip name. And the guy who does
55:12
the analysis is this guy they bring on who is whose name I
55:15
should have put on the clip, I'm sorry, who is on NTD? A lot, and
55:19
he's really good. He's really good. And so here we go is part
55:23
one.
55:23
Twitter CEO Elon Musk has fired the company's Deputy General
55:27
Counsel James Baker. Baker is also a former FBI General
55:30
Counsel, we bring you some analysis on this, including a
55:33
potential conflict of interest. Joining us now is Mike Davis,
55:36
the founder and president of the Article Three project. Mike is
55:39
also the former chief counsel for nominations to Senate
55:42
Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley. It's great to speak
55:44
with you today. Mike, thank you for having me. Twitter CEO Elon
55:48
Musk accused James Baker of suppression of information
55:51
important to the public dialogue. And journalist Matt
55:53
Taibbi claimed Baker vetted Twitter files before Friday's
55:56
release. What does the public need to know about the
55:58
significance of this?
56:00
Yeah, so James Baker is a character that keeps popping up.
56:05
And these various scandals he was a top appointee in the Obama
56:10
Justice Department. And then James Comey hired him to go work
56:15
at the FBI. He was the General Counsel of the FBI, for Comey
56:20
and he was behind the Russian collusion hoax. He was fired
56:24
from the FBI. And then he went to the he went to serve as the
56:30
Deputy General Counsel, a top lawyer at Twitter. And it was
56:34
James Baker, again at Twitter who was behind working with the
56:41
FBI and suppressing the New York Post's reporting of the Hunter
56:47
Biden block laptop scandal, which almost certainly threw the
56:51
election for President Biden in 2020.
56:56
That's a pretty good analysis.
56:58
Yeah, I think this guy, this guy, Mike Davis, comes on this
57:03
show. I never seen him anyplace else except the NTD.
57:06
By the way, can I can I just stop you there for a second, I
57:08
want to give you props. For when you when when Elon Elon when he
57:13
closed down the Twitter offices from Friday to Monday and locked
57:17
everything down. And you immediately said, Oh, they're
57:19
going through everybody's crap. Now. That's what you do. You're
57:22
right. That's exactly what they were doing. They were quote,
57:25
combing through everything. They must have locked down email, all
57:28
kinds of stuff.
57:29
Yeah. So my, my premise for that was, of course, that's what you
57:33
do.
57:34
Yes, you're right. You have experience. Yes.
57:37
So it's not like weird, anyway. Okay. Onward.
57:40
Baker has not said anything publicly about his apparent
57:43
departure from Twitter. You said Baker may have a serious legal
57:46
ethics problem here and asked if he was working against his
57:49
client by covering up his own misconduct. Can you explain
57:51
this?
57:52
Yeah. So if Elon Musk is asking his lawyers to go through the
57:57
files, the Twitter files, and publicly released them, which is
58:01
in Twitter's best interest as a company, to get this out there
58:05
and get past this, as a company and James Baker is, is reviewing
58:11
his own files that are damaging to him. That is a an obvious
58:16
conflict of interest, working against his clients instead of
58:20
for his client if he's doing that. And if that's the case, he
58:24
faces serious ethics charges as an attorney for Twitter,
58:29
and TV claimed Baker delayed the release of the second tranche of
58:32
internal files and journalist Barry Weiss will soon publish
58:35
the second batch of files according to Tybee. What can we
58:37
expect to happen here?
58:39
Well, I think they're gonna get to the bottom of this now that
58:40
they got this James Baker character out of Twitter, Elon
58:43
fired him, which is the right thing to do. I think what you're
58:47
gonna see and I, just from look, looking at all the smoke, it
58:51
seems like Jim Baker is working with the FBI to suppress the
58:56
Hunter Biden laptop, and maybe Jim Baker, a former FBI official
59:01
is part of the 51 former Intel officials who came out and said
59:06
that the Russian that the New York Post story was was part of
59:11
a Russian Russian hoax.
59:17
was so good. I know. I love it. Why don't you know this? Mother
59:22
Jones, you remember David Corn, he kind of started off the whole
59:25
baby
59:25
corn, the guy who was also busted for disease outed as a
59:28
woman. He was part of the list of bad actors when it came to
59:34
treating women correctly.
59:35
No, I don't don't remember that. I do. But I just wanted to his
59:39
latest thing came through through your man
59:40
Wait, do you remember that woman who put together this the
59:43
journalist and put together
59:44
a spreadsheet? Yes. Yeah. So that he was on that I remember.
59:49
So he's back. And just just a quick from the first paragraph
59:53
of this Mother Jones article. Russian denialism is the
59:56
original sin of the Trump era in 2016 Vladimir Putin attacks the
1:00:00
US election. This has been documented by Democratic and
1:00:04
Republican grush Congressional investigations. Robert Mueller,
1:00:07
the US Intelligence Committee and independent cybersecurity
1:00:09
experts, the assault was mounted to help Donald Trump win the
1:00:12
presidency. And we saw it with our own eyes, as cyber pilfered
1:00:17
documents were released by Wikileaks, first to derail the
1:00:20
Democrats convention, then in the final weeks of the general
1:00:22
election to hamper Hillary Clinton's campaign. So that is
1:00:26
that that's just that's the fact that he states and it's just not
1:00:30
true.
1:00:31
It's a lie. It's no evidence. It's a complete lie. No, with no
1:00:34
evidence, they
1:00:35
just, they just keep hammering that kiss
1:00:37
do add up.
1:00:40
Was up. I can't believe it's another arm. It's just
1:00:43
opposite. You finish this series. I think no one left.
1:00:47
Okay, wait, was that number two?
1:00:51
You played? Number two, I think there's three.
1:00:52
So I hope they get to the bottom of this. This shows that the FBI
1:00:57
and big tech is rotten to the core. They are partisan, they
1:01:01
they are advocating for Democratic candidates and when
1:01:05
the other side screams about democracy, that means that
1:01:09
they're the ones who are going against democracy when you have
1:01:12
the FBI colluding with big tech to censor silence deep platform,
1:01:17
cancel conservatives and others with whom they disagree. Any
1:01:21
collusion is a major First Amendment problem. This is this
1:01:24
is the biggest scandal we've seen in a long time as a country
1:01:27
that makes the Democrats Russian collusion hoax pale in
1:01:31
comparison.
1:01:33
So the only thing and by the way, it pretty much everybody
1:01:38
should be ashamed of themselves. How jacked up everybody was
1:01:42
about this clear marketing move from from musk, like, oh, it's
1:01:47
Twitter files, it's going to drop it's going to drop his
1:01:50
happy. I mean, Fox News stopped the broadcast. We don't have any
1:01:53
content. We're waiting for the files to drop. It was really and
1:01:57
then you know, what, the minute time he started doing and I
1:02:01
liked it, I think he's great. I mean, he he did the 2008
1:02:06
financial crisis scandal for Rolling Stone magazine. The only
1:02:11
journalist I think it was ever really done a full breakdown and
1:02:14
you know, of course that that
1:02:16
good analyst is very good and
1:02:18
would you see but he's a journalist. He's a non
1:02:20
journalist.
1:02:22
Journalist. More of I consider him more of an analyst, but he's
1:02:25
a journalist. His latest good writing style is a bit he's more
1:02:31
of an opinion writer than he is a journalist. Okay. Now, I mean,
1:02:35
if you read him carefully, he's uses a lot of loaded words, and
1:02:39
he's very entertaining. Ryan's outstanding rise first,
1:02:45
this first tranche of documents really had nothing in it. And
1:02:49
when I saw I'm like, someone's filtering boring, it's boring.
1:02:52
Yeah. Show me the emails from the Big Pharma telling you what
1:02:56
to do. I'd love to see that. Now they're probably not going to
1:02:59
show us that and they're out there you know, there are so the
1:03:05
only thing that was kind of good was that URL Roth guy that he
1:03:11
carried he actually had a meeting every week with the NSA
1:03:14
and the FBI and and that is also not and they were the ones that
1:03:18
did indeed say there was this the there's a there's a document
1:03:22
Did you see the raw I think it was yo L Yeah, Ross who's six
1:03:27
broad narrowly
1:03:28
gay sounding the I have a clip from him if you want to hear one
1:03:32
do with Kara Swisher Oh yeah.
1:03:34
Oh yeah. Yeah, you read the clip you got you of course
1:03:36
Okay. Babylon B, which is what got him to buy the thing I think
1:03:40
that's the that's
1:03:43
the clip off the clip Okay, so let's
1:03:46
This is the Knight Foundation
1:03:49
Yes, which is the spin off of Knight Ritter's publishing out
1:03:55
there I'm sure she got paid to and ma'am it just point out no,
1:03:57
she is paid. What she keeps forgetting to do I think she
1:04:02
considers herself a journalist. She considers herself a
1:04:06
journalist. She keeps forgetting to disclose that she is a paid
1:04:10
advisor for post dot note. The Twitter competitor that is now
1:04:15
being ramped up and slowly being rolled out she keeps forgetting
1:04:19
to to mention that
1:04:21
oh, that's that's that's a sin in the world.
1:04:26
Unless you're not a journalist It's okay. But don't worry she
1:04:31
I don't like to disparage her like you really enjoy
1:04:35
I hate her guts so bad I gotta hate clip coming up. You're
1:04:38
gonna love it.
1:04:40
I have to say that she exposes herself here as a as a as a
1:04:44
humorless person.
1:04:46
Do you remember Do you remember when Steve Jobs introduced
1:04:49
podcasting onstage at d3? You've seen the
1:04:53
one where you would have had to clip for you? Yes.
1:04:56
And then you know and I make a funny joke with jobs New and
1:04:59
then everyone's Laughing he said, Okay, that was great.
1:05:01
That's Adams great. And then because I said my act my my Mac
1:05:05
is acting up like mother effer and it was funny it was really
1:05:09
funny because it was disparaging against Apple and jobs smart.
1:05:12
That was smart that way. The first thing out of Kara Swisher
1:05:15
his mouth is so will it be labeled so we don't get any bad
1:05:19
stuff upfront so we don't like it or hear about words that we
1:05:22
don't want to hear that kinky. The first thing she said her
1:05:26
first response to this fantastic invention of podcasting. How are
1:05:30
we going to keep it how are we going to suppress it? That's
1:05:33
Kara Swisher your protege? I might add.
1:05:36
I can say that, you know, okay,
1:05:38
go ahead.
1:05:39
You have you have good reason. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. So
1:05:47
she shows herself here, which is very disappointing. To be so
1:05:51
humorless, that she goes after the Babylon be a hilarious
1:05:57
operation. You know, it took over where the onion left off,
1:06:01
as far as doing fake news and other funny things.
1:06:06
abusing their video series of the California to move to Texas.
1:06:10
No. Oh, beautiful. Good. Yeah, it's really good. So yes, that's
1:06:16
what they but they're funny guys are funny. I don't know any of
1:06:19
them. I never bet I did run into some money and folk back in the
1:06:22
day. And they did some funny things. You know, humiliating me
1:06:26
too, which I thought was amusing. But she shows her lack
1:06:30
of humor by by condemning them in this little very subtle, but
1:06:34
it was like, it's not
1:06:35
even. It's not even subtle. And in fact, these two in
1:06:39
particular, and I'll, I'll tell you what they're doing at the
1:06:43
end. I mean, it's they are so stupid. So stupid, that they
1:06:49
don't even realize that they're giving power to the one group
1:06:52
that hates both of them. That's how dumb they are. All right,
1:06:55
now we get into a hit it.
1:06:56
Okay, Babylon B, which is what got him to buy the thing. I
1:06:59
think that's the that's the one which is which was not
1:07:03
particularly funny. The Babylon B's Man of the Year is Rachel
1:07:06
Levine. Not funny. And you can agree they should have taken
1:07:12
that down. But go ahead.
1:07:14
You know, it's interesting. There it is. That's what you
1:07:16
taught her. I can agree. But go ahead. Go ahead. Just pisses me
1:07:21
off when she does that.
1:07:22
And you can absolutely agree they shouldn't take that down.
1:07:26
But go ahead. You know, it's interesting. It's interesting to
1:07:29
think about what
1:07:31
I just got to stop I just just for future use No, shut up about
1:07:34
it. What she always does she interrupt somebody interrupts
1:07:37
them with her own opinion and says, but go ahead. And it's
1:07:40
rude. It's like, you know, this is what's really happening. But
1:07:42
fuck you. It's your turn. That's what she does every single time.
1:07:46
And you can agree they should have taken that down. But go
1:07:49
ahead.
1:07:51
You know, it's interesting. It's interesting to think about what
1:07:54
the competing tensions around that are. And I want to start by
1:07:57
acknowledging that the targeting and the victimization of the
1:08:00
trans community on Twitter is very real, very life threatening
1:08:04
and extraordinarily serious. We have seen from a number of
1:08:10
Twitter accounts, including lips of Tik Tok, notably that there
1:08:13
are orchestrated campaigns that particularly are singling out a
1:08:18
group that is already particularly vulnerable within
1:08:20
society. And so yeah, not only is it not funny, but it is
1:08:24
dangerous, and it does contribute to an environment
1:08:28
that makes people unsafe in the world. So let's start from the
1:08:31
premise that it's fucked up. But then, again, let's let's look at
1:08:36
what Twitter's written policies are. Twitter's written policies
1:08:40
prohibit misgendering full stop, and the Babylon be in the name
1:08:45
of satire. misgendered, Admiral Rachel Levine, Twitter,
1:08:50
nominally, but it's still misgendering. And, you know, you
1:08:54
can, there can be a very long and academic discussion of
1:08:58
satire and sort of the lines there. Interestingly, Apple try
1:09:03
to tease out this question of satire and political commentary
1:09:06
and their own guidelines, which I think are also fraught. But,
1:09:10
you know, we landed on the side of enforcing our rules has
1:09:13
written,
1:09:13
and that's how it got bought by Elon Musk, just in case you're
1:09:16
interested. He was mad about that. I remember that.
1:09:19
So here is a openly very gay woman, lesbian, and here's an
1:09:25
openly very gay man, protecting and promoting the very group who
1:09:29
hate both of them. Trans people are not your friends, the trans
1:09:34
movement, I'm sorry, I don't want to disparage actual trans
1:09:37
people, but they hate the ELLs in the G's and you're sitting
1:09:41
there protecting them, they're gonna they're gonna stab you in
1:09:43
the back. This this movement is trans movement and all the lives
1:09:50
of tick tock, we see what it is. They've come up there with a
1:09:52
green Hannah's Shibuya. Nice stupid. Now.
1:09:59
I think the I think it's, I think it was naive.
1:10:04
They're just dumb. Now, you and I both will agree that there's
1:10:09
definitely some fun stuff that that there's probably somewhere
1:10:12
in these files at Twitter, and we're going to get some stuff
1:10:15
that will drip out. And it's really, in my mind is a
1:10:18
distraction from what's really going on. But I would like to
1:10:22
continue to find out what the liberal intellectual elites
1:10:26
really think about this event. Then, as you know, I may hate
1:10:30
listener of the pivot podcast with Kara Swisher, who is a paid
1:10:35
advisor for postdoc notes. And Professor Scott Galloway, who is
1:10:39
an investor in postdoc notes. So just wanted to keep forgetting
1:10:43
to tell everybody that let's hear Karish wishes.
1:10:46
Hold on a second. I don't know anything about postdoc notes for
1:10:50
starters, postdoc now. Wait, wait, wait, let me just give me
1:10:54
give me the whole the whole load. Oh. I know, I've never
1:11:01
heard of this. I keep up with as much as much technology as I
1:11:05
can. And the fact that I've never heard of this indicates to
1:11:10
me they've done a piss poor job of making this known to anybody,
1:11:14
let alone me. I'm gonna show I don't know anything about. Okay.
1:11:18
And so I don't know why. And I also don't know why anyone is
1:11:23
going to do this. When you have the mastodons and the Gabs and
1:11:27
the parlors, and all the rest of them parlay all the rest of them
1:11:31
already out there, you're gonna bring up me this has been
1:11:34
attempted or in the early days when Twitter was more
1:11:36
vulnerable. It was Kevin Rose had something some sort of chat
1:11:42
system. When he was at the top of his game when he was doing
1:11:45
dig, and they had a system and it failed. It makes no sense to
1:11:50
me that someone's going to attempt this,
1:11:52
okay, post dot notes is now in, in limited release. So that
1:11:58
means that they are and it's it basically it's a Twitter clone,
1:12:01
but you know, they've added some, some things in there with
1:12:04
reputational score and they want to do like Reddit type
1:12:07
moderation. Ooh, reputation. But the reason why it's got heat in
1:12:11
Silicon Valley is because it's the same guy who founded Waze
1:12:15
and sold it to Google. So this is a billionaire. He set this
1:12:20
up, he's taken what he learned from Waze, Waze is a is a
1:12:24
traffic app. But it's a community where people say, oh,
1:12:28
there's a cop here, there's a better way to go around here. So
1:12:30
it's a very successful story. And that's why Google
1:12:34
incorporated an app. And that's why, by the way, everyone's
1:12:40
Yeah, that's what everyone's so GD, about this guy's post doc
1:12:42
notes. And it's not open yet. They're taking, you know,
1:12:46
they're letting 100,000 People in at a time or whatever. But
1:12:49
the point is, they're all on board with that. And, you know,
1:12:53
they've got money in it, and they getting paid, they just
1:12:56
dust on them, I'll shut up a bottle. Nevermind, I
1:12:58
know, I'm meant to I would, I would agree with you, 100%, that
1:13:03
the disclosure is extremely important in these matters. And
1:13:08
it's, it's, it's, I wouldn't say I don't want to use the word
1:13:13
chickenshit is really, it's unethical. Yeah. to not disclose
1:13:19
this fact that that I was unaware of.
1:13:24
The more you know.
1:13:26
So this was this definitely is an event and then there's more
1:13:30
information and it will show more. I mean, please show me the
1:13:34
emails from the pharma companies. That's what I want to
1:13:37
see. Show me that I doubt we'll see that so this is all
1:13:41
controlled and it's probably controlled by the deep state
1:13:45
itself. I have no illusion that that Elon is the great Savior.
1:13:50
And you shouldn't either people you're being fooled, and you're
1:13:53
all jacked and Jide It's pathetic. Then was like, oh,
1:13:57
gotta watch Tim Poole live Oh, so
1:13:59
Greg, you're talking about him pool.
1:14:02
Right here is so two clips. First, we will listen to Kara
1:14:05
Swisher. Her take on the Twitter files. One
1:14:09
emails came from 2020 when Twitter executives decided to
1:14:12
block a New York Post story about Hunter Biden's laptop at
1:14:14
the time. The company said the story violated the policy about
1:14:17
publishing hacked materials. To tell you these posts showed
1:14:20
internal debate over the decision and the rationale that
1:14:23
seemed rather exactly what gol Roth told me in an interview
1:14:26
earlier in the week. Elon Musk seem to have given them to him
1:14:29
obviously he said we live in his things he promoted the posts to
1:14:33
us that before said they were going to be hot and the reveal
1:14:36
was a flop even right wingers like Sebastian Gorka called it
1:14:40
deeply underwhelming it was less than that there was the it
1:14:42
showed it actually I love
1:14:43
that she had to go to Sebastian Gorka to get some criticism of
1:14:46
it. That's really history.
1:14:48
This awful people disagreeing and trying to figure things out
1:14:51
and making mistakes. Anyway, what I saw was nothing. There
1:14:55
still haven't released other things. I don't know what they
1:14:58
thought these emails would show I don't know what to say about
1:15:03
them they were just they were nothing burger, which got must
1:15:06
and said that the media should be shamed for calling them a
1:15:10
nothing burger. But that's precisely why they made serious
1:15:13
allegations about First Amendment violations that
1:15:15
weren't there. Then one of the funnier parts was the penis
1:15:18
situation with Hunter Biden. Oh, there was several requests
1:15:21
involved taking down nude photos of his junk that were posted
1:15:25
without his consent. And I feel like that was a good decision.
1:15:29
Always with the penis. All right. All right, since you
1:15:32
don't normally aren't interested. It's interesting to
1:15:34
see your interest in penis now. Let's hear from the good
1:15:38
professor.
1:15:39
First off, is it fair to call Matt Taibbi a journalist really
1:15:44
was
1:15:46
about that. I love that. No, wow. Oh, yeah. Tie up is getting
1:15:51
getting marginalized and been slammed by the intellectual
1:15:55
elite the lie of the liberal intellectual elite. So it's here
1:15:58
to get
1:15:58
started going after him when he never toed the line with the
1:16:01
Russian hoax
1:16:02
course, along with Greg Glink. These are all traders by the
1:16:05
way. Yeah, and Glenn green. They call them traders. Matt Taibbi
1:16:09
is a traitor. A traitor, a traitor to say trader for have
1:16:12
even done this and he's not a journalist.
1:16:15
First off, is it fair to call Matt Taibbi a journalist? What
1:16:19
was he really? Okay, but was what?
1:16:28
I love it. First
1:16:29
off, is it fair to call Matt Taibbi a journalist? I mean, was
1:16:33
he really a July's? Okay, but I mean, people occasionally
1:16:36
introduced me as a journalist because of what we do here. And
1:16:38
I'm not a journalist, journalist. factcheck
1:16:41
journalists feel an obligation to hear both sides and try and
1:16:44
call balls and strikes. I don't think this guy was calling balls
1:16:47
and strikes here. I think he was acting as the public relations
1:16:50
comms person for the wealthiest man in the world. And Jessica
1:16:52
Yellin, who I adore summarized it perfectly. She has this kind
1:16:59
of news service called news, not noise, and she put in big bold
1:17:02
letters noise. Released Twitter emails show how employees
1:17:06
debated how to handle 2020 New York Post Hunter Biden story.
1:17:09
And she writes, also not a thing. Musk hype the release of
1:17:13
internal communications exposing the identity of former Twitter
1:17:16
employees claiming showed interference to suppress a story
1:17:20
about Hunter Biden, but the leaked info doesn't show that
1:17:24
and musk hyping this is another creepy use of the platform to
1:17:27
stoke conspiracy theories and drive partisan outrage. I think
1:17:31
that perfectly summarizes what happened there. Yeah,
1:17:34
I was sort of heartened by maybe Twitter look kind of good. I
1:17:37
don't know they made a mistake and they fixed it.
1:17:39
A story here isn't what happened or didn't happen. It's kind of
1:17:42
like internal communications, porn, it's titillating to watch
1:17:44
the sausage being made. It's the fact that Elon Musk has gone
1:17:48
full partisan and is now weaponized as platform for right
1:17:53
leaning viewpoint. He didn't he didn't release internal
1:17:55
communications on the discussions they had around
1:17:58
kicking Trump off the platform. Yeah, so
1:18:00
we didn't notice that the
1:18:02
actual debate here and the conversations interesting, but
1:18:04
it's a nothing burger. What's interesting here on red pill,
1:18:09
and it's decided that I'm going to weaponize and go after make
1:18:13
make Democrats and the president look bad. As opposed to I mean,
1:18:18
this is just unprecedented. We've never had a meal and
1:18:20
also the pain. They didn't check the penis. They should always
1:18:24
check the penis thing.
1:18:25
I don't know. I think the big takeaway here is it confirms
1:18:28
something I've always thought I would love to party enroll with
1:18:31
Hunter Biden,
1:18:32
right. So and of course care goes right back to
1:18:34
what did you hear what he said at the end? Oh, yeah. That guy
1:18:37
wants to smoke crack and hang out with horse.
1:18:40
That's his humor. That's his. That's his humor.
1:18:44
Hold on a second. So the they cited this woman who does?
1:18:48
Jessica, I can't remember the last name. It was in
1:18:51
their signal, not noise or noise, not signal, whatever. It
1:18:54
was a no, he's
1:18:54
not Yeah. What about it? Well, there's something fishy about
1:18:58
what they read from her her texts and she says
1:19:02
fishing, exposed.
1:19:07
Exposed to Twitter employees, who is the terminology they use?
1:19:12
Now what what kind of group in the world is concerned about
1:19:17
exposing anybody
1:19:20
to spook folks spooks?
1:19:23
So there's nothing wrong with exposing Twitter employees,
1:19:27
there's no more than it is exposing employees of General
1:19:31
Motors or somebody that works at the post office. This is not an
1:19:35
exposing situation where it's going to get them in trouble or
1:19:39
being a threat to their lives. This is like Jesus spoke. So
1:19:46
she, you know, it's like a you know, if you're a hammer,
1:19:48
everything is a nail. That's right. And if you're a spook,
1:19:52
you see everything in spook terms and exposing Twitter
1:19:56
employees is where you'd see it.
1:19:59
And I want To remind everybody of the 2010 Time Magazine Person
1:20:06
of the Year, we were doing the show we discussed it ad nauseam,
1:20:11
Mark Zuckerberg. And I will read this one paragraph, which we
1:20:15
often refer to. As a classic, the door opened and a
1:20:18
distinguished looking gray haired man burst in. It's the
1:20:22
only way to describe his entrance trailed by a couple of
1:20:24
deputies. He was both the oldest person in the room by 20 years,
1:20:28
and the only one wearing a suit. He was in the building, he
1:20:32
explained with a delighted air of a man about to secure iron
1:20:35
clad bragging rights forever. And he just had to stop in and
1:20:38
introduce himself to Zuckerberg. Hi, Robert Mueller, Director of
1:20:42
the FBI Pleased to meet you. They shook hands and chatted
1:20:46
about nothing for a couple of minutes. And then when you left,
1:20:49
there was a giddy GT silence. While everybody just looked at
1:20:53
one another as if to say what the hell just happened. The FBI
1:20:58
had their office in 2010. Inside Facebook, this is this is the
1:21:03
operation that we've been subjected to from all these
1:21:06
companies. Yeah. All of them.
1:21:09
And it makes nothing but sense. If you think about you'd want to
1:21:12
you'd want an FBI office. And you know, when I first time,
1:21:16
this years ago, when I visited Boeing, you go into the main
1:21:21
offices of Boeing, when they were before they moved us to
1:21:25
Illinois. Chicago, you'd go in there and there were offices,
1:21:30
literal offices, that people that were people were in. United
1:21:36
Airlines had an office in the Boeing headquarters, American
1:21:39
Airlines had an office in the Boeing headquarters they had and
1:21:43
they weren't Boeing employees, they just they had an office
1:21:47
there. And so you make an office, you're available to
1:21:50
people that you're going to be working with a lot in these big
1:21:53
large corporation,
1:21:54
was it the lawyer, Cory Perkins, they had an FBI office inside
1:21:58
their law office. Yeah, that's what you do. And their partners,
1:22:03
their partners, partners, partners, vendors or partners.
1:22:06
All right now a little bit of atom analysis because I had some
1:22:09
time to search around and do some work. And I found a couple
1:22:12
articles from the past two weeks, which kind of went
1:22:14
undetected from the now on strike New York Times. Elon Musk
1:22:21
details his plans for Twitter's business, the world's richest
1:22:25
man. He discussed the vision for Twitter to process payments
1:22:31
complete with connected debit cards and bank accounts which
1:22:33
echoed PayPal, the digital payments company he helped
1:22:36
found, Mr. Musk said that he ultimately hopes to transform
1:22:39
Twitter into an everything app modeled after WeChat, a social a
1:22:43
Chinese social media platform that is used by more than a
1:22:46
billion people to find news. That's something we've
1:22:49
discussed. But then this thing. Last week, the company Twitter
1:22:53
filed registration paperwork to pave the way for it to process
1:22:56
payments, according to a filing with the Treasury Department's
1:23:00
Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, which is
1:23:03
obtained by the New York Times. So this one, I didn't pop to the
1:23:05
top of the stack, but they have applied to process payments. So
1:23:08
they could be like a MasterCard, like a PayPal, or even like
1:23:15
Shopify Shopify that is their own payment processor. And then
1:23:20
we get the transcript of the first employee company meeting,
1:23:25
which I have a paragraph here that is relevant. From an
1:23:31
information standpoint, there's not and this is people talking,
1:23:35
I think this is an employee. Not a huge difference between Oh,
1:23:39
this is most, there's not a huge difference between say, just
1:23:41
sending a direct message and sending a payment. They're
1:23:44
basically the same thing. In principle, you can use a direct
1:23:47
message stack for payments stack, there's a stack word. And
1:23:51
so that's definitely a direction we're going in enabling people
1:23:54
on Twitter to be able to send money anywhere in the world
1:23:57
instantly and in real time. And here we go. I'm obviously a big
1:24:01
fan of getting people to be verified, leveraging the payment
1:24:04
system in iOS and Android security. So that's how you get
1:24:09
authentic, you get financially authenticated because Apple has
1:24:14
an authenticated mechanism, as does I think he's going to do
1:24:17
iOS first. And then they can add the payment. On top of that. I
1:24:21
think we have to have automated checks as well as manual checks.
1:24:24
I'm open to ideas here. We will obviously care about real user
1:24:27
growth, not anything that appears to be user growth. That
1:24:30
is not we care about authentic users. And I think as long as
1:24:34
we're taking steps to authenticate real users and
1:24:37
exciting ones that are not good, that it's expensive and
1:24:41
difficult to create bot armies in that case we will succeed. So
1:24:46
what Musk has and what his plan has always been everything else
1:24:50
is distraction. It's all distraction. He does not give a
1:24:53
shit about advertising. In fact, the fight all the people he
1:24:56
fired were the trust and safety people. He doesn't care or does
1:25:01
not care about the advertising. That's, that's it'd be great if
1:25:04
you can make a million dollars here or there from a couple of
1:25:06
clients, he doesn't care. He has the authentication. He literally
1:25:11
in the in this meeting is talking about Twitter being the
1:25:14
same as a money market account. So you get it'd be the best
1:25:17
place to put your money in Twitter. So you will get
1:25:22
interest on your money in Twitter. T wants to be your
1:25:25
bank. And he's going to succeed, because everyone is focused on
1:25:31
dumb stuff. See, so he has the authentication he'll have now
1:25:40
whether he'll actually do micro payments. I don't know. The
1:25:43
mind. Oh, yeah, definitely. Well, it's hard to do. You have
1:25:47
to have some kind of
1:25:48
topis Bender ease to pay pal guy, right. So he knows how to
1:25:51
do them.
1:25:52
So what has happened right away is Senator Brown Democrat. And I
1:25:56
think that's important, has introduced a bill to close the
1:25:59
shadow banking loophole after Elon Musk says Twitter will
1:26:03
process payments. And what he's doing is I think exactly what
1:26:06
Elon would want is the bill says, Hey, we need to have
1:26:10
better oversight of companies that are basically no banks
1:26:14
undercover. I think Elon is delighted with that. Sure,
1:26:18
regulate me. Right away, regulate me please.
1:26:23
Lower government involvement with Elon the better?
1:26:26
Oh, yeah. And just as a small aside, of course, SpaceX has
1:26:31
launched Star Shield. And Star Shield is the star shield
1:26:36
supporting national security secured satellite network for
1:26:39
government entities. So everyone said, This is so beautiful. We
1:26:43
got the skies Starlink, whatever it is, was the consumer rollout.
1:26:49
Oh, so great. We have and it's great. It is amazing that it
1:26:52
works. We have this great internet for $100 at home, and
1:26:56
it's through space, and it works everywhere. But it was always a
1:27:00
military project. And now it's like, you know, because Ukraine
1:27:03
wanted it. You know, we'll make we'll make a military product.
1:27:08
Musk is the government is the government.
1:27:13
He's the frontman. He's not the government.
1:27:15
Yeah, he's the frontman for the government. Totally from man.
1:27:18
It's unbelievable how people fall for this. Well,
1:27:21
and what's the fall for you? Just like the guy you don't he's
1:27:24
funny. Know
1:27:25
what I mean? four fours. Oh, I'm gonna pay $8 and get my verified
1:27:28
Twitter blue. Thank you. You're now in the system just done. We
1:27:32
already got you.
1:27:35
Everyone's falling for the Facebook thing which put all
1:27:37
your personal information, photos, family photos, and
1:27:40
everywhere in between out into a database that you don't own?
1:27:44
Great anyway.
1:27:46
Twitter is really fun right now. But once you're everyone's
1:27:49
authenticate, it does stop being fun. By the way, that's what
1:27:52
Facebook did something good real names only on Facebook. You
1:27:55
can't I don't think you can use a fake name anymore.
1:27:58
Or these company names. company
1:28:01
name. So you can do that. Yes, company names you can do.
1:28:06
Anyway. It'll be interesting to see Oh, it did I have this.
1:28:11
Let's see what the Elan partner the government had to say Kareem
1:28:14
Abdul Shan, para VanDamme.
1:28:16
These decisions were made appropriately in light of
1:28:18
what has come out. Which decisions by whom? by Twitter,
1:28:22
by Twitter on okay. So look, we see this as a an interesting or
1:28:30
a coincidence, if I may, that the he would so haphazardly.
1:28:35
Twitter was so haphazardly pushed this distraction. That is
1:28:38
a that is large, full of old news, if you think about it. And
1:28:44
same time, Twitter is facing very real and very serious
1:28:47
questions about the rising volume of anger, hate and anti
1:28:52
semitism on their platform, and how they're letting it happen.
1:28:56
And, you know, the President said last week, more leaders
1:28:59
need to speak out and reject this,
1:29:02
whatever. She's part of the distraction.
1:29:06
So be fun to follow. As Twitter slowly sucks up all your money,
1:29:12
and you'll be and you'll be happy to be also great. I can do
1:29:15
you accept Twitter.
1:29:18
Didn't know he hears that. And I want to put this out for
1:29:20
everybody. It's not going to be Twitter. It might be Twitter
1:29:23
pay. That's pa he
1:29:24
literally in this thing. He says, he says people will be
1:29:28
saying Do you accept Twitter? This is literally what he
1:29:31
did. That's not going to work out. It does doesn't make sense.
1:29:36
We do accept Twitter and it sounds like do you accept Jesus
1:29:38
into your life? It's just doesn't sound right. He's gonna
1:29:41
have to have and he's and he keeps using the word
1:29:44
authenticate a lot. I think it's going to incorporate the word
1:29:47
authenticate. I think somebody is just predictive, but somebody
1:29:51
might be able to jump the gun with some sort of payment
1:29:54
authenticated payment system or Twitter pay, which I think was a
1:29:58
good one and Get the URL and sit on it and then sell it back to
1:30:04
him. I think there's a possibility for a quinone
1:30:06
around now because it's all going to be under x.com He paid
1:30:09
millions to get it back. It's going to be under x.com. No,
1:30:13
maybe. Can I x? You
1:30:17
gotta have a ring to it.
1:30:18
Next pay Twitter X. How about this Twitter X to direct my
1:30:22
direct interactions got a good sound. He's got to have he's got
1:30:26
he's got some he does have some some aesthetic chops. Not
1:30:35
they're not they're not as like Steve Jobs as we're I mean,
1:30:39
what's your outrageous but he's got him and so it's not. So
1:30:43
there's some moments of taste involved in this in that. So I
1:30:48
have a couple of clips I want to get to before we get to the
1:30:50
break. Because I don't know what they but these are WTF closers,
1:30:55
Jimmy's are dynamite.
1:30:57
And, and they're from New Tang Dynasty.
1:31:00
No, they're from ABC. On January about January 6. Oh, good. Okay.
1:31:06
Yeah. Yeah.
1:31:07
There's also news tonight from the January 6 committee, the
1:31:10
chair of the committee indicating today that they will
1:31:12
issue criminal referrals to the Justice Department. What he then
1:31:15
said, though, a short time later and tonight, is there any
1:31:18
indication who would be targeted if there are in fact these
1:31:21
criminal referrals? Here's our chief Washington correspondent
1:31:24
Jonathan Karl tonight.
1:31:25
Today January 6, Chairman Bennie Thompson said his committee
1:31:28
would recommend the Justice Department pursue criminal
1:31:31
prosecutions criminal based on evidence uncovered during the
1:31:34
committee's investigation. Chairman Thompson later said no
1:31:37
final decisions had been made about who the committee would
1:31:40
recommend be prosecuted or for what crime said.
1:31:45
Wait, wait.
1:31:46
We don't know what we don't know. Nothing.
1:31:48
We got we're gonna do criminal prosecutions. Well, who are you
1:31:52
going to oppose? Ooh, whoa, we don't know. Yeah, I wait. No,
1:31:54
no, nobody. Evidence uncovered during the committee's
1:31:57
investigation. Chairman Thompson later said no final decisions
1:32:01
had been made about who the committee would recommend be
1:32:03
prosecuted or for what crimes
1:32:07
but there's crime prosecute. You We don't know.
1:32:11
But when someone did something we know it was you can just get
1:32:15
one more primetime primetime coverage we'll figure it
1:32:19
out. To get this WTF this is same this the end of it ignoring
1:32:25
Mitch McConnell's outstretched hand and walking by Kevin that
1:32:29
just went up sorry. So in the same report goes on and on and
1:32:32
on about January 6, and they keep you do somebody's gonna get
1:32:35
arrested in your home. You know, this is the part of the Trump
1:32:38
op. And so they're going on on bad mouthing, Trump shows a
1:32:44
trump up so then they bring up this thing where they they gave
1:32:49
out some medals to the Capitol Police. Who were there and you
1:32:55
know,
1:32:56
they got medals for for dying of a
1:33:01
hard one. One guy died of course, from a heart attack
1:33:04
later but what happened
1:33:08
to the give the guy who shot Ashley Babbitt in the neck? Did
1:33:10
he give him a medal? Good job. Good job. Yeah.
1:33:13
So but but then when they did the walkthrough, they had
1:33:17
McConnell and Kevin McCarthy were there with the metals in
1:33:22
their hands to give away and the families of the of the dead guy
1:33:28
who died of a heart attack killed by Trump, obviously, yes,
1:33:31
of course. It's not. It's not Dave. They were some that
1:33:36
somebody got to him in a snubbed they snubbed who wouldn't shake
1:33:40
their hands. Do you know, they made a big fuss about No, no,
1:33:42
let me let me just what I think I truly think the messaging has
1:33:48
been so strong that the guy died of a heart attack, that the
1:33:52
guy's family, in their heart of hearts believe he was killed by
1:33:56
Trump, by Trump. They even though they know what happened,
1:34:00
I'd
1:34:00
argue and you know, on this one, I agree. No, it's so it's so
1:34:05
does. So now they're going through the process. And I
1:34:07
wonder, and as they snub these guys, and this part of the news
1:34:11
story, for some reason, most people would ignore it as not
1:34:14
really news, but Okay, so I want to play this out with John Karl
1:34:19
describing the situation, ignoring Mitch McConnell's
1:34:22
outstretched hand and walking silently by Kevin McCarthy, who
1:34:26
held the metal in a box signix mother later said this knob was
1:34:30
intentional, calling the Republican leaders to faced for
1:34:34
praising the police officers, but also failing to hold Donald
1:34:37
Trump accountable for what happened to see. Boom,
1:34:41
exactly what you said. Exactly. Yeah,
1:34:43
yeah. So this is all Donald Trump's fault. So to get to
1:34:46
Trump thing right at the end part of the Trump because of
1:34:48
this, he is the worst at this. They're just going nuts with
1:34:52
this anti Trump stuff. They're the I don't I can't imagine how
1:34:57
freaked out they all must be But everybody's in on include In
1:35:00
Fox, oh, ABC, CBS, NBC, big papers I don't see how Trump has
1:35:05
a prayer to get into get denomination now.
1:35:10
Everyone I talked to here in hill country I talked to people
1:35:13
are hanging out like this the vaccine thing they can't they
1:35:17
can't get past it. I can't get past everything else. They're
1:35:22
they're still pro Trump. But nonetheless, he says the vaccine
1:35:27
was a big, big mistake that it just they hate him. So I'm so
1:35:30
mad. They're very mad. They're mad. They're mad. They're mad.
1:35:33
Yeah.
1:35:33
So he's little, it's it's, this whole thing is well done. Very
1:35:38
well done. I credit the January. No, not that those guys are
1:35:44
Boneheads. That's a clown show. I'm crediting the architects of
1:35:49
this antiTrump of the thing wrong. Yeah. Up the whoever
1:35:54
developed it up.
1:35:55
But the thing is, they've been running up the trump up since
1:35:59
2015. They can't seem to pull it off.
1:36:03
I think you're good. I think they're getting closer. They
1:36:05
keep trial and error.
1:36:07
We'll see. There's,
1:36:09
I think they you know, I'm gonna just say I do. Nobody knows the
1:36:13
answer to this rhetorical question, which is, I think
1:36:17
somebody's got swag swapped out. I think they finally said, Hey,
1:36:20
you, you haven't been doing a good job. Just Trump guy still
1:36:24
part of everything. You're done. We're moving Kevin and Kevin.
1:36:27
You
1:36:27
know, no, they move Scott Adams in a bet you that benefits us by
1:36:31
that he would know. Before we take our break out,
1:36:35
by the way, Scott relates on one of his shows I thought was
1:36:39
interesting. He he's changed his icon on Twitter to just kind of
1:36:43
the bottom of his head and a Black Lives Matter t shirt. Oh,
1:36:47
really. So he's wearing this black. And he said that not one
1:36:51
person has commented on this or call him a racist.
1:36:55
I stopped following him because he was just rude. Like, you're
1:36:59
an asshole. And he plays with me. I don't like him. I used to
1:37:02
like I don't.
1:37:03
I like him. As far I think he's,
1:37:06
here's, I was talking to my buddy Michelle in the UK,
1:37:10
Michelle, who has the clubs.
1:37:12
Yes. But Sheldon.
1:37:15
Now, Michelle is pretty much bankrupt. Because after three
1:37:18
years of COVID restrictions, and and now that would hurt his
1:37:23
business. Yes, his business is very hurt. And now, you know, no
1:37:28
one has any money. So they, they they literally have just this
1:37:32
there's no money to spend. And he says you're not really seeing
1:37:37
it in the newspapers the way we're reading it, because the
1:37:39
whole country is going on strike in December. He says airlines,
1:37:44
trains, hospitals, nurses, teachers, the whole country is
1:37:50
going on strike and says people are going to die. We're going to
1:37:53
start dying over here. And I've never heard him talk about that.
1:37:56
He's always very up and enthusiastic. And, and I'm
1:38:00
looking at these waves. I'm looking at this global
1:38:04
stopwatch, say you say it.
1:38:07
Were what is the nexus of this strike.
1:38:11
I think this is part of the great reset. We're going through
1:38:13
it ourselves. The New York Times is striking today, the rail
1:38:17
roads may actually strike you what this reminds me of. And
1:38:24
this is the crazy thing. And I actually went back in, and I
1:38:27
read a little summary. These train strikes. It reminds me of
1:38:33
something we used to talk about on the show a lot. By iron Rand,
1:38:41
go ahead, go ahead and read the book, you'll see that we're very
1:38:46
close to being exactly the same situation. And this, what has
1:38:51
happened is it's either
1:38:52
way that was there stop for a second just before I lose this
1:38:56
thought when we were talking about Atlas Shrugged, it was
1:39:00
also it was about 10 years or 12 years. It was a long time ago.
1:39:04
And it was an era when everybody in Silicon Valley was reading
1:39:08
this, including John Doerr and all these different venture
1:39:13
capitalists are already they're all big fans of Andrea. How did
1:39:16
they all go from that to being hard as communist Democrats,
1:39:22
Obama? Once Obama I remember because this was 2007 When we
1:39:27
first started doing the show, it was a Ronald Reagan except that
1:39:32
yeah, it was Obama when Obama came in. That's when John Doerr
1:39:36
went all Obama.
1:39:38
No, he's a huge Obama guy, but he was always a Democrat, kind
1:39:41
of leaning Democrat. He became a but but it was Peter. I was he
1:39:44
was Atlas Shrugged.
1:39:45
All of those guys who were who had made it through the.com
1:39:49
crash and you know, we're kind of building up they were all
1:39:52
handing out. Atlas Shrugged to their management team. And then
1:39:58
of course, Obama came in and actually started Do the stupid
1:40:00
shit with the trains. And now, although I hear that President
1:40:05
Biden has promised to release $36 billion from the COVID
1:40:12
American rescue plan, which was 2 trillion if you recall, so he
1:40:16
has this money apparently $36 billion for the Union pension
1:40:21
plans. I guess that was the real problem after all, wasn't it? 36
1:40:26
billion that was just announced today. But back to
1:40:31
this strike in in the we're not having a general strike in the
1:40:35
United States which is illegal, but they have they've they're
1:40:39
still possible elsewhere. It would worst at worst the
1:40:42
information about this thing and we'll grievance that's
1:40:46
what money but it's all union to the same thing as here. It's all
1:40:50
unions. They're saying we want more money. We got screwed
1:40:53
during COVID. He also added he says Charles will not have a
1:40:59
coronation. It will not happen. He says everyone knows if he
1:41:04
does a full blown coronation, there will be riots. People are
1:41:08
Brits, man. They do have a level that you pass it. We saw it in
1:41:14
the 70s you get those thin thin dudes from the North. They come
1:41:18
down with their pitchforks. That it's it's I'm telling you that I
1:41:24
think this is part of the whole idea. And UK who I have
1:41:28
not heard the thing about Charles, this is interesting.
1:41:32
That's why I call around now.
1:41:36
Talking about today, Charles
1:41:39
I believe it right away. So now people are mad they hate they
1:41:46
hate Charles. I think it's also some you know, they're just
1:41:50
pushing their anger onto him. Why not?
1:41:53
What is it people type?
1:41:56
And go and meanwhile, new tech firms big tech in the United
1:42:00
States laying off 1000s of people everywhere, everywhere.
1:42:04
So if so if you will, because mostly Deadwood, so if they
1:42:11
Deadwood is really seriously. Well there's look, there's
1:42:15
anyone who's worked in Iran in and around tech knows this.
1:42:18
Here's what I want to get back to Charles. If what you say is
1:42:23
true. They're going to have to do it because they have to have
1:42:26
a coronation. They can't just let this last. They're gonna
1:42:28
have to kill him. Yeah. So am I six? Or am I five? It'd be five
1:42:36
or GCHQ those guys will do one of these spooky groups up there.
1:42:41
They're going to have to get the old pricker out of the safe.
1:42:45
Yeah, I kill him because I believe
1:42:47
you're right. I really think you're right. And Harry has
1:42:51
always been the designee you know the the Charles's Mom hung
1:42:56
in as long as she could you know she she did not want to see you.
1:43:00
Do you not want to see Charles on the throne. And everyone
1:43:02
knows Harry is the chosen one. So I think you're right now. We
1:43:06
could put it in the Red Book. The question is how what is the
1:43:09
best way to do it? We need a cover story.
1:43:14
Bill I'm sure he's gotten enough. I know I just I know who
1:43:18
will do it okay to wait. But he could naturally die from all of
1:43:22
COVID shots he got I'm sure he took them
1:43:27
I would I would not turn my back on Camilla if I was him.
1:43:34
She Well, I mean, the easiest way to do it is there's the old
1:43:37
professional way with a cyanide blast prusik acid or something
1:43:41
where it just gives an instant heart attack and then gets
1:43:45
immediately metabolized before you're actually dead. And it's
1:43:48
impossibly in
1:43:49
the end the Andrew Breitbart method
1:43:53
yeah I guess it would be Breitbart ad that was just got
1:43:57
to be something like that so it'll be just it'll be heart
1:44:00
attack and it'll be suddenly massive
1:44:03
massive died suddenly diagonally There you go Charles died
1:44:07
suddenly there you go Yeah. died suddenly it's happening it's
1:44:13
kind of scary.
1:44:13
The question is is the is the timeframe that coordination when
1:44:18
is it supposed to take place?
1:44:20
I don't think they've planned it that's the whole point. Maybe
1:44:23
I'm wrong see Charles coronation date tilde see we find anything
1:44:31
coordination date revealed may 6 Buckingham Palace said May 6, so
1:44:35
they got time
1:44:36
to go January February, March. April yet four months? Five
1:44:40
almost. And? Yeah. Yeah. Plenty of time. So probably we're
1:44:46
guessing I would think February Uber. Wait,
1:44:50
you know, bye. Bye. Bye some trickery. Camilla will be
1:44:56
crowned queen. A Queen Consort. That's what does that Queen
1:45:00
consort. What does that like? Like Jessie deputy Queen
1:45:05
deputy.
1:45:07
What is Queen Consort? What is this can't
1:45:10
be the queen she's got Jeanette royal blood.
1:45:13
Let me see the Queen Consort is the wife of a reigning king
1:45:21
usually shares her spouse's social rank, and she holds the
1:45:24
feminine equivalent Okay? In contrast to Queen Regent is a
1:45:29
female monarch. So there's also a Queen Dowager so what happens
1:45:35
is does she have historically the Queen's Queen Consort does
1:45:42
not formally share the king's political and military powers
1:45:45
and less on occasion acting as regent? So she could be a regent
1:45:51
maybe she'd want us she'd never a monarch though.
1:45:53
No, but she could be ruling as Queen Camilla consort If queen
1:45:58
if if Charles gets the trigger I don't know.
1:46:04
But again, they had to do this before the coronation. Oh yes.
1:46:08
And then they have to bypass Camilla gets bypass she's she's
1:46:11
got to be out of the picture completely so she'll get it
1:46:14
she'll get compensation a lodge
1:46:20
Lodge and some horses
1:46:23
horses boom she's good to go and with that I'd
1:46:26
like to thank you for your courage say in the morning to
1:46:28
you the man who just put the seat in the Queen concert listen
1:46:31
gentlemen say hello to my friend on the other end who I miss very
1:46:33
much in the past week Mr. Johnson
1:46:39
in the morning you Mr. And girls graphene yourselves in water it
1:46:45
all leaves a nice out there
1:46:47
I just want you know I want to say with without I'm really
1:46:50
missed you not to say anything, but I was like We
1:46:55
grieved we treat we did a lot of communications through text not
1:46:59
really
1:47:00
use the newsletter. While I
1:47:03
was going back and forth I got the picture from Yeah, no,
1:47:07
no, no, no, you know what? You checked in on me and I really
1:47:12
appreciate it you were not really checking on me. You were
1:47:14
trolling for a picture for the newsletter. But you still
1:47:16
checked on me. It was nice
1:47:18
picture for the newsletter was I was checking. I know I checked
1:47:22
it before I came up with the idea for the picture for the
1:47:24
newsletter. Yeah, no, no, but I got some grief for the
1:47:27
newsletter picture which was you know, somebody pointed out
1:47:30
rightly so there was clickbait
1:47:35
totally clickbait that was a post. That was a picture from
1:47:38
that day, though. I mean, that's I
1:47:40
know, I believe that picture because you had the surgery t
1:47:43
shirt on and the whole thing. Yeah.
1:47:45
But you saw it. You saw the real picture. It was pretty gruesome.
1:47:48
It wasn't gruesome. You said to bury it. Well, I yeah, I said
1:47:53
that for sure. But what it was was it was more like you were a
1:47:57
boxer who had gotten pounded. And but you weren't black and
1:48:03
blue in the face or anything. You're just all swollen.
1:48:05
But if you look at the straight out of the straight out of
1:48:07
surgery, you'll see that my home my neck is entirely yellow from
1:48:10
bruising. You have to zoom in pinch and zoom. I don't care
1:48:17
how you brought it so far, you know yet tell you like Sylvester
1:48:20
the cat so it doesn't matter to me
1:48:24
in the morning to our trolls and the troll room to see if I
1:48:28
missed the trolls. I miss you guys too. Let's have a little
1:48:30
count here. 2092 Now was that 2092? Good.
1:48:40
2092 I think that's a little from No, that's that's our
1:48:45
normal should be. That's typical Thursday. That's not bad. We got
1:48:50
people came to look and they're hoping to die there was going
1:48:53
for this semester. That cat. They were coming on this evening
1:48:56
with Adam sounds like
1:48:58
and they're all just the same and they're all disappointed.
1:49:03
I think so. All right.
1:49:05
I have to say we're nearing the I'm at the 24 hour mark. So I
1:49:09
don't know if this summit will hold much longer. I have to find
1:49:12
out. Do you want to thank I do want to thank the trolls of
1:49:17
course who listen to joule I do I do want to thank who listen at
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And you can log in and you can troll along and it's 24 hours a
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1:49:41
of the day and a lot of it is live control room.io And of
1:49:44
course no agenda stream.com Now we have two artists to thank.
1:49:49
And and also I'll thank the executive producer of starting
1:49:54
with show 1508 This was the 2022 best end of show mixes special.
1:50:02
And executive or the executive producers for that was a very
1:50:05
long list 136 credits, they're all in there. And it was nice
1:50:11
about this. This type of compilation is so many people
1:50:16
have never heard any of these. And when I saw consistently
1:50:19
people saying I didn't think it would be that great. But
1:50:22
finally, after five minutes, I was Sol if people just not
1:50:26
one person complained. I mean, I'm sure somebody didn't like
1:50:29
it, but it was a killer.
1:50:31
And that was three hours and 20 minutes. And again, I
1:50:35
could have done too long. I don't know why he made it that
1:50:37
long. But okay,
1:50:38
because I want to take me too long.
1:50:42
It was two or three hours, it was just seemed long.
1:50:47
You've heard all of them. Yeah, most people have never heard any
1:50:51
of them because they don't stick around. Though this is a fact.
1:50:55
And by the way, for today, someone had a great idea, which
1:50:58
isn't really a great idea of putting together our openings
1:51:02
for a hole best of which is great for about two minutes.
1:51:05
It's really funny. And I played very
1:51:07
funny for about two minutes. Well, that clip he sent us was a
1:51:10
samples foreman, he also sent a long, 27 minute version to me,
1:51:14
because I asked for it. But he said the sample was four minutes
1:51:18
long, and it seems like an eternity. And so did you three
1:51:22
hours of these? No, but it was not going to happen.
1:51:26
It's do the one do the one is our producers name. I'm going to
1:51:29
play a couple minutes up at today's endive show mix.
1:51:31
You may want to hear it tonight. I mean, it's very fun to today's
1:51:34
show. It is funny it's funny, but it's too long
1:51:36
and most of us you which is the best part
1:51:39
I'm hilarious
1:51:43
thank you sir dude named Parker Polly for the artwork, which was
1:51:47
completely appropriate. The very special episode. It was the
1:51:50
mixtape it was an actual cassette, various producers, I
1:51:54
think we've done versions of this, with the best stuff with a
1:51:57
cassette with a mix is great. And it's perfect. Very
1:52:00
functional. We love that. Then we had the follow up, which
1:52:04
luckily we had one. And the executive producer for 1509 The
1:52:10
best clips of the day was circumference. And he put this
1:52:17
together it was about two hours in total, which I think was a
1:52:20
good length. But I kind of unexpected for me because you
1:52:26
know, we clips through the day and we we've done the show for a
1:52:29
long time. And this was only between episodes. I think
1:52:31
13 114 100 1200 Something something like that. Yeah. And
1:52:38
people were blown away.
1:52:41
I got a lot of emailing impressed. Like holy
1:52:45
crap, because these are the most outrageous. I mean, there's
1:52:49
clips of
1:52:50
the day in clips the day are rare and it's
1:52:53
actually a very good sales tool. If you want to hit somebody in
1:52:57
the mouth. Oh, listen to this. Because all about it's all
1:53:03
knocking on the on the M five M and Darren O'Neill. He brought
1:53:08
us the cheesecake version.
1:53:10
What do you think? Yeah, well, the funny thing about Joe Neal
1:53:13
piece was who did the art I was gonna send him a note saying we
1:53:18
need art for this clip of the day because I was him I'll bike
1:53:24
ride LA and a few other people will do art if you ask them, but
1:53:28
O'Neill cranks it out. And so I was gonna send tonight and I
1:53:32
said wait a minute, he's just gonna do it.
1:53:34
Well, what happens he sent a note on no agenda social. He
1:53:39
says do you guys need to artwork and I replied Yeah, and he said
1:53:43
on it so he went right Oh, and then round it came five minutes
1:53:46
later he around he was going to do some because it round he was
1:53:49
eating dinner. And he's like, Oh, no, all right, Dan O'Neill
1:53:52
already got it or Buddha.
1:53:55
He kind of gave up
1:53:56
roundy Okay, diet I'm not going to everybody has their own style
1:54:01
of doing stuff. Brownies are tends to be more intellectual
1:54:05
and more high and it's
1:54:07
hard to learn you don't you dummy?
1:54:09
No, Dara is more like a commercial guy who that just can
1:54:13
do stuff. Dumb, dumb guy. Yeah. It's not a dumb guy because he's
1:54:17
had as many artworks he's right it gets a couple of years ago he
1:54:22
had more per year than anybody but he is a guy who can really
1:54:28
crank this sort of thing out because he's been doing it
1:54:31
longer round he's new and
1:54:33
yeah, he doesn't have his battlefield chops yet.
1:54:39
So so make route to have roundy do it I'm not here does Ronnie
1:54:42
to do any do it but it would be like putting in more work for
1:54:46
him to be honest about it. No fan. Thank
1:54:49
you very much Darren and thank you sir conference for putting
1:54:52
that fantastic best stuff together. I'm happy. I was
1:54:56
personally I was prepared to do the show. But I talked to I
1:55:01
talked to my guys I said, Look, if you can't because stretching
1:55:05
of the mouth it could. It could you know, they still got
1:55:08
stitches you know, so if you can get away with not doing so well
1:55:11
luckily we have a show. And it was the best of and I think it
1:55:15
was it was the truly the best of the best. Most people love this
1:55:18
one. That's a great, great concept. Very happy. No agenda
1:55:25
social.com Is this of course where we, where we also hang out
1:55:29
you can follow Adam at no agenda. social.com John John C.
1:55:32
Dvorak at no agenda. social.com definitely with the move with
1:55:38
people opening up Mastodon accounts, or moving entirely
1:55:44
away from Twitter. I think it's feels like there's more dicks
1:55:48
roaming around not on our server, but people who there are
1:55:51
a few people who will, which doesn't. I mean, I actually
1:55:55
finally just just deep platformed one guy. Ah, finally,
1:56:01
I wish I can guess who it was. Okay. Like I can guess right
1:56:05
now. Well, this
1:56:07
guy has been around for a long time. He was thrown in jail for
1:56:10
tax fraud.
1:56:12
Oh, that guy? Yeah, pretend for some time back.
1:56:16
He was in jail for nine years. And then what his whole thing
1:56:19
is, it was the juice man design his juice that threw me in jail.
1:56:23
And you are covering up for him. Okay, shut up by
1:56:27
you know, you got into a beef with him because in fact, he was
1:56:30
looking at the social you're arguing with this guy. And I
1:56:34
can't see I just say well, nice expand post knows nothing who
1:56:38
you're arguing with who I don't at all. And then I had to go
1:56:41
unblock him. And then back itself. And so I you like You're
1:56:47
like a maniac. And I'm blocked. m&s Oh,
1:56:50
let me just give people a bit of advice. So maybe it's true. That
1:56:55
design is control the world? Maybe I'm I'm ready. I'm ready
1:57:00
to believe it. I'm ready to do. But when people say you're
1:57:03
covering up for the Zionist that's like shut up. That's
1:57:09
that's the bullcrap that just just pisses me off. And just
1:57:12
continuously? Why are you? Why are you covering up for them?
1:57:15
Are you a part of it? I was like, you're very annoying. And
1:57:18
the guy had 300 followers go away out of my house, or become
1:57:23
a Nazi.
1:57:25
So I have, I was thinking about this situation, this whole thing
1:57:29
because it Kanye and the rest. I think, to be honest about I
1:57:32
think the Jews have been getting a bad rap for this. There is no
1:57:38
evidence in my you can not find any evidence that they're
1:57:41
running anything. They're running things, but they're
1:57:45
running it at the behest of others. And as the others you
1:57:49
should be concerned about not the Jewish population. I don't
1:57:53
see any evidence that they're behind anything. I think this
1:57:56
whole thing is a smokescreen for some bad actors that are up at
1:58:00
the top and none of them are Jewish, although some of them
1:58:03
might be, but it's like, okay, it doesn't make sense to me.
1:58:07
I mean, to me, it's like, okay, yeah, so, Italians run trash.
1:58:13
And the Catholics run the CIA used to be the Catholics in
1:58:18
action. And it was okay to say that and it very, very obvious
1:58:23
to me who's running Hollywood, but you're right, who am behest
1:58:26
of who? And who gives a crap shoot?
1:58:30
I would like to know who, who, and by the way as as, as, and I
1:58:37
don't want to sound insulting here. But as workers, I think
1:58:40
the Jewish people do a tremendous job at everything
1:58:44
they do. They running Hollywood, because nobody else wants to.
1:58:49
It's a horrible, horrible,
1:58:50
it's a horrible place. It is, you know, I know. I know, what
1:58:55
people do is bitch and moan about it. And then you have
1:58:57
these guys running, trying to do a good job and ubitx about it.
1:59:01
But why don't you go do it? You got the money. Kenny is a good
1:59:04
example. This guy's got billions of dollars and all he does is
1:59:06
bitch. He never
1:59:07
had people working for him. He never had billions they had even
1:59:12
had
1:59:13
contracts had great cash flow. There's no doubt about that. And
1:59:17
he has Jews working for him. So what's he talking about? They're
1:59:21
not he's not working for them. Now, look, foolish shit is that,
1:59:26
you know, kinda he's gotta get his act.
1:59:27
Not Kanye. Kanye things. I mean, I'm doing a show with Moe on
1:59:31
Wednesday. So I'm not going to comment until I've talked to
1:59:34
moe. But I don't know what's going on there. I innovate
1:59:39
coming
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on. comes on. He comes on the Alex Jones Show wearing that
1:59:44
black man was great. That was great. It was the love what
1:59:48
Jones was. Jones who is actually you don't get eaten. He's always
1:59:52
trying to be so serious. Jones can't keep a straight face
1:59:56
often. And I mean when when pathetic was on On this show, if
2:00:00
you remember a long time ago predicting about the military
2:00:03
takeover the government, it was a done deal. Yeah. Jones just
2:00:08
couldn't do it. He couldn't keep a straight face. And he was just
2:00:13
losing it with Kanye.
2:00:16
Well, the problem the problem with Kanye and just briefly then
2:00:19
is it that you just take a soundbite where he says, I like
2:00:24
Hitler now, okay. In the context of what he was saying, it sounds
2:00:29
stupid. So, like, I would presume Kanye knows this. But
2:00:35
this is also I think, part of the op against Trump. I'm
2:00:40
telling you,
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oh, yeah, you know, I get in when you bring this this Aviar
2:00:45
cities up, which you just did an IVR
2:00:47
city,
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right? That's a good word. How
2:00:49
does it fit? You're
2:00:51
right, you're right. You're right. The whole Kanye thing is
2:00:56
part of the op.
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The obvious paucity is my intentionality. This is what do
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you get Trump's a Trump is queuing on he's gonna take over
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storm Germany brands
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with you know, with Kanye had ever had lunch with Kanye was
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dragging this other Joker around with him everywhere. And this
2:01:18
other guy is like some sort of I don't know who that guy is.
2:01:21
I think Milo Milo was the bad actor here. Milo was the one who
2:01:25
was who was paid to take down Trump with with some and anti
2:01:31
semitic stuff. In the end here. He arranged it Milo is not a
2:01:35
good actor.
2:01:36
And that the joke about the anti semitic stuff with Trump is his
2:01:40
daughter's Jewish.
2:01:42
Now that doesn't count. She's not a real tonight. Yeah, but
2:01:45
orthodox. Orthodox Jews, like even most Jews think that's kind
2:01:51
of out there.
2:01:51
She's a shiksa
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she's not a shiksa she's a conversion to convert a lot of
2:01:58
there's some evidence that Trump might be in the whole family
2:02:01
might be bullshit.
2:02:05
Anyway, believe me if there's anything that we can show we'll
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we'll do it. We don't care who it is really, really don't
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know luckily, we're we were a little more open about all this
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our thoughts? Would we have better donation segments but we
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have a big one today because it's for three shows
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here we do. So how do you want to do this? We do this per show
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with the executive and Associate Executive Producers mine as
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well. I guess.
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I don't see any other way of doing it. Okay, so
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we will start right off. And of course this is value for value.
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Thank you for still stepping up it wasn't you know, obviously
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weren't live shows. I thought. Personally, I thought the shows
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blessing. Yeah,
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the shows are good. But if people do want us, yes,
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donations fall off the cliff without us being here. I don't
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know what what they see in it. But Matthew Meyer
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You've been de deuced the Barbossa
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would just not be
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Ryan Archibald is next. He's in St. Clair Shores, Michigan. And
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he also has a long note. I've been a faithful listener since
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Adams 2020 appearance on Joe Rogan Brian donation since yet I
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have been an unfaithful douchebag for the last two
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years, taking from the no agenda show and giving nothing in
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return that
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is not to have value for value we're
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supposed to work. And this is self realization is always good.
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It's always good. It's always good. And he continues, I want
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who make the show possible. The artists, jingle makers in the
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show and show mixers and make it that make it fun. And the two of
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you that make it the best podcast in the universe because
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I do believe it or not, that is what it is.
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It's very nice.
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If I can make a shameless plug for my side hustle to help me
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It's pretty cool.
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It's actually pretty cool. His donation by the way is $333. I
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think I forgot to mention that. He said he continues by saying
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they are great for playing in the background at your Christmas
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party. And it's not a bad idea and it's not a bad idea. And the
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disc versions loop automatically so you will always have constant
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I found out that Fredericksburg Texas is one of the top three of
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the three or five cities to visit for Christmas celebrations
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in the country. Not to say people are off the hook here
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with the Christmas stuff.
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Have you gone there? I looked around, even driven around. We
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were going
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to go to the parade. And that's where my my front teeth fell
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out. And that was on Friday. And I didn't have any way to I
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didn't know
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what to do. I tried to get this into town just loaded with
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people that have no teeth. Yeah, exactly. That's just Texas in
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general. I'm sorry. Oh, so no, I'm saying Don't they have these
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houses that are just killers. You know? They're like,
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No, it's Main Street Main Street is okay. I mean Main Street is
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it's twice as wide as normal Main Street is meant for this.
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And we've got a ice skating rink and does Marktplatz lots of
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German stuff. Thank you Ryan. Sure cow of Lb in Northville.
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Michigan. Let me go second one from Michigan. 23456. My wife
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this is the first Executive Associate Executive Producer. My
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wife has been asking how come I haven't made her a dame yet. So
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let me take this opportunity to call her out is a douchebag
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thanks, turnabout. Thanks for the reminder. Bape he says this
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action might relocate me to the chicken coop for the night.
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Yeah, I'll bet What do you think in SoCal? What, what is he
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thinking?
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You go read a Rita Harrington comes in next from sparks Nevada
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for tu tu tu tu tu I don't have a note from her. So I'll just
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read the last one for this particular show. The 1508 which
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is anonymous. Or anonymous. It says it I think it was coming as
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anonymous. And Columbus Ohio $200. See attached note we don't
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have it? I do. I do though. You do. Okay.
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Thanks for all you do. And that says not for air. I'm gonna air
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it anyway. I'm surprised you missed the move to downplay
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Thanksgiving in Ohio. The Christmas music station started
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about November thirds. Something I can't read this. That's why
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it's not for air. Thank you. Appreciate it. Thank you very
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much. Okay, now we go to executive and Associate
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Executive producers for episode 1509. And we start with James
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Brisco. From Bay Shore. Bay Shore, New York. five, nine
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5.58. I'm not quite sure what that means. And all he says is
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night Jim Briscoe here, keep it going. And we appreciate that.
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Night, Jim Brisco.
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I'll do the next one because you're hesitant to listen then
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Briscoe have more to say than that.
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I don't have anything I said. Last night. Jim Briscoe here.
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Keep it going. That's all I have. Oh, you're right.
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You're right. Yeah. I'm sorry. This is the John the other one
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from Greer is long. Okay.
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I'll do it. Yeah, I'd kind of take my teeth or spin. Anyway,
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John Greer's in Enterprise, Alabama. It's interesting 333 33
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Sup dudes. I wanted to send along an executive producer
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donation to send positive vibes to Adam for speedy recovery and
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to thank all of the end Have show producers that add so much
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value to the show. The mixtape episode demonstrates just how
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much talent is in this community. The value of the of
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this podcast isn't only coming from your most excellent skills
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and media deconstruction entertainment, but also coming
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from the whole knowledge in the nation. Correct. All of the
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tracks were awesome and well produced but when the sun slash
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dad duo saying we don't talk about Brandon Oh, that was a
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good one. To talk about Brandon, we just give you a little grace
2:10:30
that we don't talk about Brandon. That was one hour, 10
2:10:34
minutes and 40 seconds into the show. I knew that I had to send
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some value as well as a dad of three teenagers myself. That
2:10:41
track was in their words fire or sometimes they would say that
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track is lit I can't I can't believe I can't find random. See
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it to me. It stood out of the three and a half hours of
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entertainment. That was simply fantastic. I bet it was fun to
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produce. Well, we have to give that to all the producers. I
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mean, I just put it together wasn't all that hard. So that's
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it. short note. I'm on my way to knighthood and I hope to have
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figured out a nice name when that day finally comes keep it
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up. Gentlemen, I'm glad to be part of this community. No
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jingles, no karma, from John Greer.
2:11:22
And that takes us to Dame Astrid. In Japan she is the
2:11:27
Duchess of Japan and disputed islands in the Japan Sea. Dear
2:11:31
Adam, hope you get well soon. Thank you, but I do love Yes, I
2:11:42
do love how you and John are like the canaries in the gold
2:11:46
cold a gold. Gold Mine says gold mine not coal mine which is what
2:11:51
it's like gold mine better is funnier. For whatever we need to
2:11:55
know about AI and teeth surgery. And hearing aids of course. We
2:12:02
very heartfelt thank you for all the producers at the end of show
2:12:06
clips. I laughed a lot and cried a bit. But mostly I was moved to
2:12:11
know that there are so many cool no agenda listeners out there.
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Thank you Adam and John for having created this beautiful
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movement and keep it going. They mastered the Dutchess of Japan
2:12:22
and all the disputed islands into Japan.
2:12:24
You know what's next? You know, we've had your eyes, my ears, my
2:12:28
teeth, you know, it's got to be erectile dysfunction. Next,
2:12:30
we're getting there. Eventually that kicks in, doesn't it? Just
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ask him asking for a friend.
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Just take some pills
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for it. Steven powers, or Stephen Midlothian, Virginia
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200 $200. No notes. And I'll finish up with our last
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Associate Executive Producer for episode 1509. Michael Henry, in
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Bradenton, Florida. No jingle just karma please. And de Deus.
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You got it.
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You've been Diddy Deus. You've got karma.
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We could go through some of these other ones looking for D
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do things.
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Well, let's we got enough to do.
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Let's go. Let's, let's go to the next show. And we'll deal with
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the Miss D do things which will get you have plenty here.
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Well, we have a second segment to do so we'll find Oh, okay.
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That's what we'll do. Did you forget about that? You already
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forget how the show works. You did?
2:13:28
Well, I'm already looking towards you know, first quarter.
2:13:33
Right there the q1 q2, q1.
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Kind of a hint that well, we're not
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gonna be great. Everybody q1 is gonna rock. So you're gonna miss
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of Dogpatch and lower Slobo via 2421. And this is always a
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wonderful moment during the month astronomische of Dogpatch
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is Yes, I have a little slush Rodimus of Dogpatch and Lois
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LeBeau via will come in. I'm tired and I can my mouth is
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starting to hurt seriously. So that's something could happen.
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And I'll read the note, please. From surana this short $2,400
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and $21 donation November donation delayed by travel so
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this is actually was supposed to come in last week. But it was
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delayed by travel because he's been traveling. Yes, he has.
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Thank you to all the producers that keep this program a
2:14:25
remarkable source of information and entertainment. I did not eat
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tarantula, Centipede, Scorpion, grasshopper Gecko, or other
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fried treats offered me offered to meet during my stay. So I'm
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guessing he wasn't. He was.
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He was an African. I think it was in Africa. I think it was in
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Africa. No, no, no, no, he says the Asian cities. I'm sorry.
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You're right. You're right. Read on.
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Yes, he was in Asia and this Here's what they have on sticks.
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That's what I noticed. You have a big giant branch there
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grasshopper on a stick. Gecko. I think he goes on he says, John,
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your comment that some Asian cities stink? Well, yes, but all
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big cities stink at times. New York City in July is a
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cornucopia of real stink. Poor sewage systems drained into
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rivers along the chemical byproducts along with chemical
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byproducts aggravates the smell much like the US in the 60s No
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jiggles no karma Okay, so that's is not I will comment on this
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okay, because he called me out by name so I'm now allowed to
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say some Asian cities especially the big ones in China, but in
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Southeast Asia to a lesser extent than China mostly there's
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it's a certain sense specific stench that you get into comes
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rafting up and so Whoa, you hit you as you wandering around. And
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it's a it's distinctively Asian. Does it smell like New Yorker
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smells like
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New York just always smelled like pee
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every smell urine just notice is different. This is something
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else is like a it's an aggregation of probably P and
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I'd say fermented oils and other foods substances that are going
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to be opium I don't know OPM probably this voicemail decent
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but anyway, so So yeah, everything does stink here and
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narrow San Francisco smells like poop for example. Yeah, no
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kidding. All right.
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To surfer he's in blue. So that means something's going on. $350
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that
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Michael Michael you don't have Michael I'm sorry. I
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sorry. I missed Michael. Here we go. He's I did miss him. Michael
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calendars from Ripon California. Three eight O dot O H O three
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boob. He says Enjoy some chatter and boobs. So I guess he's given
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us some cheese and some boobs. I like it, Michael. Thank you.
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Great note. Now surfer 350. And let me see if surfers no tears.
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Well, in the morning, John and Adam and this was cash. Thank
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you. Today's contribution takes me to Baron unlike Mr. Dana
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Brunetti. I have only ever been an executive producer of the no
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agenda show. Okay,
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so a good job of these notes is not to hide or humiliate other
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producers. Yeah, really. Brunetti is still irked to this
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day that he didn't donate enough one time and got Associate
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Executive producers a long story but he has. He has his pet peeve
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about just like coffee people in Hollywood. And so yeah, he's
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Yeah, we're not
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Hollywood. Anyway, he goes on this as a surfer. My method is
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this from September of 2020. I've been contributing once
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every 33 episodes. I got hit in the mouth by Adam on the Tom
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Woods podcast so thank you thank you Tom Woods Tom Woods donation
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never a douchebag that started immediately upon hearing my
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first episode have no agenda Yes, you guys are that good?
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Let's say those coveted deducing from more deserving deserving
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producers. Yes, because they are getting low on the supply again.
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I always send cash in the mail with a note I know John has
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discouraged cash Have you Yeah.
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I don't like making cash deposits. I mean, it's
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always looks at John like Dude, what kind of business what is
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this podcast? Running What are you doing with this cash
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that's not coming in and every once awhile somebody says three
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foreigner bucks in cash and I for one thing I've always
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worried about getting lost but yeah, it's just I've tried it
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you know, I yeah, I discourage it. But you want to do it I
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mean, I'm not going to stop it because it is money in the bank
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is a cash deposit but
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surfer goes on to say I'd like to point out that cash is better
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than nothing. Which is what you'll get if my chili pepper
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hot wife ever finds out about how much money I send you guys
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can now
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that's the night that is the reason to send cash some cash in
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cash.
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respectfully request as my protected the i Four corridor.
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Interstate four runs between Tampa and Daytona Beach through
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Orlando. And I think that's possible. He says he request
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karma for all producers. Thank you very much surfer.
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You've got karma.
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Okay, that was entertaining. So we got Bruce Traum who usually
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sends notes and I don't know what happened and I just want to
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we don't have it now. Three, two and a three $3.69. So he's an
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Associate Executive Producer right off the bat or off the
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top. Go to petite petite. Patricia. For trat. Brighton,
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Michigan, to 25. This donation goes toward my smokin hot
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husbands knighthood Rick. No. Merry Christmas. Happy Hanukkah.
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Dame Trish of Detroit. There
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it is. Once again we're being financed by the Zionists. There
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you go. That's controlling us.
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Hey Say Happy Hanukkah.
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Dane Beth is from Tucson, Arizona. She comes in with a row
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healing Chroma for Adam Dane Beth bareness of Baja, Arizona.
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Thank you. You know, I'd like to know what in this particular
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maybe it's the color they put this particular cell. Yeah, as a
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color. But besides the weird color, which I think it's mean
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something
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of birth is no no, it's I think it's, it's okay. This is done by
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our news, our new staff member who is doing some smart stuff. I
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think it's to split up the two yellows because we have a yellow
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one below. It was maybe done just to be able to oh, maybe
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they went giant. Okay. I have our
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new office worker in Hi hold her in high regard. So I feel like
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she did.
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But there's something wrong with the cell. It goes out to
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gonna show you how to do it. I did it. I was able to make it
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wrap.
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Yeah. All right. I don't mean rhyme. Richard bangs is up next.
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Did we get it wrong? Well, that was interesting. So we did three
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shows execs and Associate Executive Producers shorter than
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the normal episode. Well, we do have a couple of May goods I