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December 25th, 2022 • 3h 1m

1515: Scop Christmas

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It looks like the Great Wall of China. Adam curry, John C.
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Dvorak.
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Sunday, December 25 2022. This is your award winning keep our
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nation media assassination episode 1515 is no agenda
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celebrating Christmas and unlike the M five and we're
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broadcasting live from the heart of the country here in FEMA
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Region number six in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam
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curry
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and from Northern Silicon Valley. Merry Christmas and
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Jhansi Dvorak.
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Merry Christmas. Sean Dwyer,
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how's the weather? How's your mom doing?
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Funny you should ask 45
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states from Washington down to Texas up to Maine are on alert
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right now for severe cold wind, snow and flooding
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New York is among the latest states to declare an emergency
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shutting down part of I 92 commercial traffic Blizzard
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warnings have been issued in 10 states but the biggest story is
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the extreme cold extending all the way to Florida. Some areas
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of the country have seen temperatures drop 70 degrees in
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18 hours
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and today a so called bomb cyclone setting up for the
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Northeast. A flash freeze will be making travel treacherous.
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Oh, a flash flood will make traveled a flash freeze will
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make travel treacherous. Nice alliteration. Yeah, the big
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story is that maybe it wasn't the Texas the crappy Texas grid
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two years ago, maybe it just wasn't that as we are burning
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90% of all of our fuel, or all of our energy right now is
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coming from coal gas, primarily coal and nuclear and a small bit
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from wind. And now we see that all the other states are having
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the same problems we had because you know, their grid is shitty,
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I guess. It's really quite amazing.
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It just suits the narrative. So I picked up this clip because I
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keep hearing this two years ago we had a bomb cyclone Yes.
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Although this is one once in a generation according to
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everybody. I went two years ago
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we've actually had one eye turns out for every year for the past
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three years.
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I don't remember when last
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year but let's play your clip first
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and then we'll well i This is the explanation of bomb cyclone.
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You know what the there's actually a technical explanation
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I found it.
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Is this bomb cyclone D find?
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Yes it is d fine. Here's a bomb cyclone is a weather phenomenon.
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When you have a low pressure system colliding with a high
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pressure system. It drives down a bunch of cold air creates a
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bunch of wind and usually precipitation. It is marked by a
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drop in the barometer of 24 millibars over a 24 hour period.
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Now I've been tracking it, I've tracked 14 millibars. So
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unfortunately for all the suffering I think we're gonna
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fall a little short of earning your Rob bomb cyclone merit
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badge. Final call to the meteorologists, I'm just a hack
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at these things. But you did get a lot of flight cancellations.
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Seattle Tacoma airport in particular, they got dumped on
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with freezing rain and that iced over the runways and the ice is
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actually harder to get off the runways in the snow. So they had
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to shut down the whole airport that meant Alaska Airlines
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canceled all of their flights out of Seattle and Portland as
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well. By noon today. He had just about 4000 flights that were
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canceled. So the ripple effects impacted pretty much all the
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major air carriers and every airport if you're one of the
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people who made it home on time, you're one of the lucky ones.
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This is again, a lot of horseshit. Merry Christmas. The
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This was once Yes, there were some weather events in the
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aviation system. But I have all kinds of reports, mainly
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Southwest was canceling they canceled the most flights.
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Because they had no pilots. Remember, it's near the end of
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the month, they literally did not have the pilots. They also
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had 150 rappers walk out in Denver, walked off the job. And
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I have proof of that. Yeah, I have a memo which in the show
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notes. So none of this was really that necessary. Of
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course, maybe, you know, maybe some airports really had bad
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weather, but a lot of it is just the same old lack of personnel,
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lack of staff that they just keep covering up with all kinds
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of weather events. And here's proof that we've had three in
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the past three years. From Nine News Colorado. difference
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between
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weather and climate is on display in Denver, as one of the
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coldest Arctic fronts in the city's history arrives in a time
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where global warming takes many of the headlines. A single storm
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like this can't be blamed on climate change and its
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occurrence can't refute it either. Here's what the research
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is showing about the connection scientist and proven that human
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activity is causing the entire atmosphere to warm but they've
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also discovered that the Arctic is warming at a much faster
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pace. Easton it is states that can cause more chaotic weather
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patterns, leading to more extreme polar vortex outbreaks
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in the future. Here's how it works. The polar Jetstream
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Controls the Weather patterns in the US when the Arctic is
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extremely cold. That jet moves fast and remains in a tighter
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circle reducing the chances of the most extreme polar air from
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escaping to the south. But since the
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Arctic crap did he say escaping, did he say escaping
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again is of the most extreme polar air from escaping to the
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south. But since the Arctic is cold as it used to be, the
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smaller temperature gradient is causing the polar jet stream to
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slow and become more wavy that increases the chances of Arctic
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outbreaks in the States. A possible result is more extreme
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single day cold events, while overall seasonal temperatures
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increase. And there's data to support that there's now been
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three extreme polar vortex outbreaks in three consecutive
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years. Besides this weeks, there was one in February of 2021,
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which crippled much of the nation's power grid in Texas,
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and another one in September of 2020. That brought the earliest
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freeze in history to Denver, Colorado, and yet the average
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fall and winter temperatures on the front range have been
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steadily on the rise over the last 60 years
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science. Yeah. There you go. Well, hold on science. I
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disagree with your thesis. My thesis, I have no thesis he
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talks about the polar vortex. The polar vortex and the bomb
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cyclone are two separate entities.
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Good point. Good point.
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The polar vortex did take place last year, but we didn't have a
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bomb cyclone for two years that we had was two years ago. That's
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the first time I ever heard the term bomb cyclone. And now of
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course this guy who talked about bomb cyclone on my clip mentions
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the fact that it's technically supposed to be a 25 millibar
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drop in 24 hours as a barometer. But he only could record 14 So
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maybe this is not really a bomb vortex either. Or a bomb
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cyclone. I miss getting mixed up.
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Well, how about a good 30 millibar drop? Is that what you
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said? 2424. Middle? Is that is that anything like two quarters
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of negative GDP? Because that's
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exactly the same.
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Just so you know. That's not That's not a recession anymore.
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That's not though. Oh, goodness. Oh, anybody, everybody how you
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doing? Merry Christmas to all. We are live which is what we
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always do if the show falls on a bar, right any day. Holiday
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we're always rolling. And we're happy to be here and happy to
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see lots of trolls hanging out and everyone haven't
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frozen under. I feel bad to hear at 60 degrees here the
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fine. No, it's It's about let me see. I think it's 20 it's
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probably about 25 right now. Where we are so it's not too bad
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and beautiful clear skies. It's just it's the perfect it's the
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perfect Christmas Day. It really is. You didn't get your snow you
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didn't get your white Chris it not get a white Christmas at
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all. Because it's racist. But also ice is racist these days,
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too. Did you know that?
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Oh, yeah, no, I'm all ears.
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The infamous black eyes a thin coating of ice that glazes the
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road after frigid temperatures that can create dangerous and
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deadly road conditions. But you may be surprised to learn that
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your first instinct to slam on the brakes may be the wrong one.
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This is a new story. Oh, don't slam on the brakes on black ice.
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How can this be a good to how can you how can they call it
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black ice anyway, this just doesn't fit with any narrative
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at all.
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Well, the funny thing about that story, we have black ice in
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Washington state and all along the Tahoe area is very common
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and sometimes I'm bridges north of Sacramento. But the thing is
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about black ice which makes it interesting is that you can't
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see it right. That's why it's dangerous because it's basically
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an ice form that just kind of becomes semi well I
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was I would like to change the name to invisible ice. I think
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that's probably
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a better name to be honest. Now I thought it's really why would
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you not slam the brakes on on black so if you don't even know
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you're on black guys, that's the point. Well, here
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is their advice.
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Experts say take your foot off the gas and keep the wheels
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steady. If you need to brake do a gently writing it out until
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you're clear. Steering as best as you can, combined with
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braking or accelerating increases your chances of losing
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control.
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I wonder wonder how Tesla's do how does the self driving car do
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in this case? Can someone go and test that? I'd like to know I'd
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like to know. Anyway, we clearly have a trend. We have a trend
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which is cold, but just so you know, that has nothing to do
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with, with climate with global warming, anything, just
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anything. NASA even says yes, just because it's cold for a day
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a week or season doesn't mean global warming is over all
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month.
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Sorry, my promise for the first next year is I'm gonna dig up
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some clips. Which I have recordings from the 790 7919 80
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Euro of new shows. Don't ask me why I have these.
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Why do you? Why do you
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have those? I'm not even sure. But I have them. And they talk
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about global cooling and they report everything in just the
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opposite is being reported today. Yeah. And it's it's
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hilarious. And these are by lefties? Yeah. Yeah.
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It's so disappointing. All of it is a scam. It's a scam and an
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OP. It's a scop. I'm telling you, it's a skull scarf. Yeah,
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Ma, GOP scam up. Let's see, do we have anything else? Well,
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this, you know, obviously climate change is going to be is
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still going to be big on the agenda. The you know, the what's
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happening in Europe with with energy is it's not they the
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European Union decided to, you know, to cap what they would pay
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for gas and oil. And Russia right away went okay, good. We
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just won't sell it to you then.
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What kind of bargaining position are you in? I mean, how did they
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buyer with no options?
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How do they even come up with something stupid? Is that
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not going to pay more than $5 for your hat? Okay, I'll keep
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the hat.
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Exactly. This is now this is from TAs, which of course is the
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Russian news agency, which I'm sure is disinformation. And
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here's the headline from Today Russia could cut oil output. We
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won't sell supplies under Western price cap says we, the
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energy minister of finance minister, Anton scillonian off
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says no, no, we'll just we just want we just want to sell it to
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you. It makes total sense.
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And why would you the buyer seller's market thing you just
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don't have a choice you pay what you pay. Are you are you worth
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there's too much surplus they're trying to dump it down you then
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you lowball him I mean it's just common sense I don't understand
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what these guys I think it's just virtue signaling to their
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own public we're going to be tough with these Russians
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well the virtue signaling is a very expensive virtue signals my
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daughter is paying twice the amount she paid last year for
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just for energy just for electricity which also and gas
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which which she uses which is the heat in her home is gas the
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hot water is all gas that's now twice as expensive Can you you
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know how they do that is they they they just say okay, you now
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need to pay double the amount at the end of the year we'll find
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out if you pay too much or didn't pay enough that's that's
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kind of universal I think how it would certainly in the
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Netherlands it might probably works in lots of countries that
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way. They don't do it here. They don't do it here either. But
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that's very normal where they'll say what is it like it's
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why they can't do pricing?
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Well no because the pricing fluctuates obviously and because
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it's a scam, they say okay, you'll just pay every month
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you'll pay 150 euros for the year that the end of the year
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we'll see if you use more or less I think that I've seen this
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work this way so
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they'll have it as pay by the cubic foot they've just it's
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just a flat fee per month in this do the calculation at the
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end of March really? Oh yeah. They
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Yeah, they make an estimate.
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They make stinks. Yeah, I
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think I think I remember
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this think if you get a big rebate but it stinks at the end
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of the year. If you get hit with a $500 bill for something I'm
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thinking
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that this was I remember this in California Los Angeles for some
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reason I thought they did the same thing. No, no, no. I
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remember is expensive that day. It was very expensive. It was
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very expensive. Now on the Russian front,
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we would we would do is we overestimate overcharge you and
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apologize, right. You might get a rebate once in a while but I
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don't remember ever getting one it'd be all for a couple of
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bucks. It's like that random check you get you get one from
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the state Franchise Tax Board for state income taxes and
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essentially check for $6 Notice
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those guys the Franchise Tax guys. They have tried for the
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past how long have I not been in California?
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A long time. 12 years Oh, yeah, yes. Well, no, it hasn't been 12
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years.
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I'm pretty sure it has. I've been in Alex's for 12 years.
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Okay, well, the show's been going on 15 years and for three
15:13
years of the show, you're in London for at least a year, and
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then you were in Los Angeles for at least a year. For at least a
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year,
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I moved to Texas in 2010. That's 12 years. Anyway,
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even bouncing around like a main madman.
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I don't even know what I was gonna say now. You've distracted
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me. I had something important
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that you moved to Texas and you move three times where you were
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there
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except not more than three times many times. I think I'm gonna
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throw you off as a little little house I moved six times six
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times. Geez, by the way, you're gonna hear a little bit of
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slicing today, which is kind of pissing me off. But what has
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happened with the temporary teeth which are now cemented in,
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is the gums have risen, you know that the stitches are out the
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gums have receded from the swelling. And now there's a gap
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between my gums and my upper bridge. It's good if you don't
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hear it. I'm happy but I'm spitting on my screen like a
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maniac. It's disgusting.
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Sitting on the screen. Yes. Because I really like your
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coffee, your windscreen, looking in front of Mike. No,
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no, the screen and the display. How close are you to it? It
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doesn't matter. I'm project Eiling. It's like, because I'm
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trying to end it. I'm in no way. You do not want to be near me
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when I'm doing a podcast. I might have to have a new one
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made up a new bridge that's a little
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bit higher. Stick stick some cotton in there. Out. Thank
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you, Dr. Dvorak. That sounds like a dynamite idea.
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Put a piece of wood
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we all we all block. We all remember the inflation Reduction
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Act. And I think we had a clip or two about or maybe a story
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how Bill Gates personally went to Joe Manchin had multiple
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meetings and he really remember the I think we had a clip of
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that saying that he convinced Manchin to get on board. And the
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reason why is and this is from Wall Street Journal, Bill Gates
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sold West Virginia's Senator Joe Manchin on this year's
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democratic climate spending blowout, which was called the
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inflation Reduction Act. But okay, climate spending blowout
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isn't is another name for it. As a way, as a way to put
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unemployed coal workers to work building advanced nuclear
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reactors, which makes sense because we know Bill Gates has
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invested heavily in nuclear, which wasn't supposed to be
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green until it was and now says the Wall Street Journal. We
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learned belatedly these projects all depend on Russian fuel order
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to operate.
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Because yeah, because we sold all our fuel interests. Hillary
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did yes to the Russians. As a scam. Yeah.
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Exactly as a scop. This example as exactly what's going on. And
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so now we're gonna have to go back to the Russians for the for
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the nuclear for the hour, hand in hand, hand in hand. Yes.
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Terror power. What is the kind of fuel that they need for that
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must be its high assay. What is that? low enriched? Uranium? H A
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L EU? EU? Hallyu?
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Yeah. High assay. low enriched? Pacific.
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What is that?
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It's, it's, uh, I don't know.
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Good. I wish I knew. Okay, but I'm writing down a
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summary type of uranium is it has to be, you know, safe to
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handle it without? And then I don't know, I guess pre
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enriched? I have no idea. But whatever words out there, I'm
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drawing every word. I know. I like it. And I like it. I like
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it enriched? Yes. centrifuged. Yeah.
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Well, it doesn't matter because that that that was just a spit
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in the bucket or a spit on my monitor, compared to the $1.7
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trillion bill, which we're still been trying to figure out. And
19:18
again, every every person who talks about the waist,
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particularly Republicans, all they can say is you know, it's
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like, Oh, it's 10 billion over here and 10 billion over there.
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That's horrible. Like, whoa, how about the other trillion people
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can't do the math anymore. But chip Roy is a representative
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from Texas. I like chip Roy. He's not my my district
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representative but I like this guy a lot. So the Senate this is
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how it works in America. The Senate signed off so this good
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$1.7 trillion. This is groovy. Everybody send it to the house.
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And I think this is this has to be done this week. Otherwise
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don't fund the government.
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And it could because it's going on vacation. Yeah.
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Well, no, the Senate already went on vacation in this earth
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chip Roy to no end, get a six minute rant, I just pulled a
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little clip from it, which I think is worth it to hear how
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most of Americans should be thinking about what their
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representatives are doing. Thanks, Speaker. I thank the
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gentleman from Pennsylvania. And I can't help but be amused that
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the gentleman from Massachusetts says that we refuse to come to
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the table. As if the gentlelady who will soon be the chairwoman
20:33
of appropriations. Ms. Granger, my colleague from Texas doesn't
20:37
want to sit at the table with colleagues on either side of the
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aisle to come to consensus about how to spend taxpayer dollars or
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better stated how to borrow money we don't have as if that's
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actually true. What table is the gentleman referring to? What
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table does he want us to come sit down and negotiate? It's not
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a big table. I don't have the power to offer an amendment on
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the floor of the House of Representatives. Despite being
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elected by 750,000 Texans. I don't have the ability or the
21:07
right to be able to stand up for them and have a debate on the
21:10
floor of this chamber. Everything the American people
21:13
is watching right now is a complete sham. It's a fraud, a
21:18
fraud being perpetrated on the American people right before
21:21
their eyes. Right. As we head into Christmas, sitting here on
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the 23rd of December, we got to 18 Republicans who join with
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Democrats in the Senate, get on their fancy planes and go home.
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And we're sitting here trying to do the work of the people not
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spend money, we don't have not drive up more inflation, not
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have 7500 earmarks for $16 billion for pet leftist projects
21:45
across this country. What you see here on the floor of the
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House of Representatives should make everybody ashamed. The
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people's house, not what amendment has been offered on
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the floor of this body since May of 2016. In open debate, when in
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fact, what you see here is a 4100 page bill, cooked up by a
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handful of people behind closed doors brought before the Rules
22:06
Committee with no ability to offer an amendment, no ability
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to debate, no actual discussion on the people's house floor. And
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my colleagues on the other side of the aisle know it. And we're
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spending money we don't have yet. Now notice he says 16
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billion in projects. Why doesn't he mentioned the 45 billion
22:28
going to Ukraine, or perhaps the nine on that 900 billion because
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this is it 900 billion of this 1.7 trillion so now almost half
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is going to military projects.
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This is a word pockets.
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Pockets. Of course it's pockets but no one dares mentioned this
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I don't think chip roid said it
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either. No, of course not. They're all in and
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this and they just got 800 billion in the National Defense
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Authorization Act. This is double what we typically spend
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on these assholes.
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So let's listen to this budget analysis a little 22 second
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clip, but you had to play the
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because oh goodness I you know, I'm sorry.
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I'm gonna sit for justice. Just the little end of year thing.
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Second, I gotta have this on. I gotta put this on a on the main
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but on the main thing. Yeah, so is it Amy trigger. Let me go. I
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can just say it. Amy it's taking me too long already. I feel
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stupid about here we go. Warning. AMY GOODMAN clip
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inbound. I'm gonna have to put this in the in the hot button
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seat. This has been three times so many shows to wanting to bomb
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cyclone of the show.
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The bomb cyclone. Here we go.
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The Senate bill contains a record $858 billion in military
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spending about $772 billion for non military ngram city or marks
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45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine. It does
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not include a child tax credit expansion, Democrats say would
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have sharply reduced child poverty and hunger.
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Okay, the reason I put this clip in there is because they left
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out this child tax benefit which would reduce, you know, child
24:22
poverty, which they would like to brag about scores of
24:25
children. And the thing is, it's the Democrats, they're the ones
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be the Republicans had nothing to do with any of this because
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they didn't have any votes in the house as as Chip was
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bitching about, they didn't have it. There's no majority in the
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House that the Democrats have that and they have nothing to do
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with the Senate because the Democrats have the Senate to
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show the Democrats themselves left out the child poverty
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stuff, and they're gonna blame it on the Republicans.
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That's what you do. Got the children yeah that's how they'll
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position it well
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this is a bit of easily chopped chipped away at this and that
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and the other thing to give the poor kids some food
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no no
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no kids don't need to eat we're just going to give them less
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nutritious food at cheaper prices don't worry we got solid
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us come in we'll fix them this is how out of touch and stupid
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these people are Nancy Pelosi was and I'm just really negative
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on on on our representatives here in the United States. Yeah
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Merry Christmas. Yeah,
25:32
Merry Christmas. Indeed. In fact, Nancy Pelosi wished
25:36
everybody all denominations all face a merry festivals a merry
25:41
holiday season a happy holiday season as she left the the chair
25:47
of Speaker of the House did did
25:49
our fabulous Catholic speaker the house even say the word
25:54
Christmas let's listen
25:56
strong bipartisan. I both yield back the balance of my time. And
26:01
wish everyone a happy, healthy and safe. New Year. Happy
26:05
holidays. Merry Christmas Happy Kwanzaa Happy Hanukkah.
26:09
Whatever it is you tucked over it?
26:11
Merry Christmas. Happy swans, Happy Hanukkah.
26:14
Happy Kwanzaa.
26:17
Are you kidding me? She wants is a Kwanzaa for people with big
26:21
dicks.
26:21
New Year Happy Holidays. Merry Christmas Happy Kwanzaa Happy
26:25
Hanukkah. Arias. You celebrate the sake
26:31
she did say Happy Christmas. Merry Christmas. She did throw
26:34
in a swans. You got swans.
26:38
Get the swans as you're coming in.
26:42
A woman is horrible. What an idiot. Oh, goodness. Hey,
26:49
congratulations to Mimi. I saw that she fought the divorce
26:53
family has launched the book ladies and gentlemen. Yes. Yes,
26:58
too many eggs is what it's called. Well, how could I miss
27:01
it? Everyone was was was posting about it. And and people were
27:06
talking about great pictures. I mean, it looks fantastic. It's
27:10
what is it? 800 egg recipes. Well, 708,000 8000 egg recipes.
27:19
And it's also you can buy the book or also get the PDF value
27:22
for value. I'm very impressed. I like it. How are sales? Do we
27:26
know? Is it going well? Oh, and
27:27
she just rolled it out to 300 people that live on her
27:32
Facebook. So getting the numbers look good for for that small
27:36
test. But anyone can go get it? I mean, we're gonna we're gonna
27:40
push off mentioning on the no agenda show until after the new
27:43
Oh, I sorry, now that you brought it up? Well, I'm sorry,
27:46
I got marketed to what can I tell you? Yeah, too many
27:49
eggs.com Go get a copy. I got marketed
27:51
to this was the problem. And it's really, it's, I think it's
27:57
really good to have a book about healthy protein, real protein,
28:02
animal protein and these horrible days of fake food about
28:05
four years to do this book. But the thing that's interesting is
28:08
that it stems from our ownership of chickens. Yes,
28:11
you had too many chickens, and therefore too many eggs.
28:15
Five chickens is too many chickens, three chickens,
28:19
assuming it actually a chicken eventually becomes too many, too
28:24
many eggs, eggs, because you get sick of these eggs. So she
28:28
decided that she was going to find recipes for multiple eggs,
28:33
you know. So it's a recipe is to take 12 eggs and you know, do
28:37
this. And so she started collecting these recipes. And
28:40
then she's she found these contradictory stories behind the
28:46
recipes. And so she started doing research on the recipe
28:48
story. So there's a story behind every recipe. And so she started
28:53
Brank grinding this thing out and moaning about it, hating
28:56
eggs and hating this and she but then she became this AIG expert.
29:01
And this book. It's a labor of love. So I forced it.
29:05
It's all books are labor of love. You don't actually make
29:07
money on books. So I
29:09
said I think you make money on it. If you do it what we're
29:11
going to do, which is the value for value. Yeah, just go
29:15
download the book. It's a PDF files free
29:18
and donate to whatever you feel like
29:21
it or like most people do, say she's this book is too big for
29:25
downloading. I'm gonna buy a copy, which is the other. But my
29:30
idea was to at the beginning, to give the book away is to let's
29:35
make this book important. Let's flood the market with a 750 page
29:41
egg book and see if anybody comes in to compete with it. How
29:45
can you that's impossible. Yeah, that's the idea. So when it
29:49
comes Semin, I didn't know
29:50
is there. Is there a market for egg books? I mean, this
29:54
turns out that everybody you mentioned does a book too and
29:57
this has happened to me too. They go Oh, I need that book.
30:01
Yeah. I can understand.
30:05
And anyone with chickens oh my god I've had chickens. Yummy
30:09
chickens we have now.
30:11
Zero.
30:12
Exactly. Egg Xactly eggs. Oh
30:16
hey. Oh, it's an egg humor on the show.
30:21
Anyway too many eggs.
30:23
No good. Well congratulations to the whole divorce conglomerate.
30:27
Cuz I know it's not just me me and says everyone chips in.
30:31
It's actually gonna be Mimi J and myself. Yeah, and I'm
30:34
teaching J. sales copy underwrites sales copy.
30:39
doing cold calls. Hey, hi. Do you like eggs? You want so many
30:43
eggs? A lot
30:44
of this a lot of chicken operates chicken and egg coops
30:51
and stuff that went this book.
30:52
Yeah. Oh, really? Yeah. Well, she I think what I would like to
30:57
see and this is what you typically publish a book is so
31:00
she can get on the speaking circuit. I
31:02
want to see her on the speaking circuit. Oh, she's gonna have to
31:05
do that. Yeah, yeah, she has to go around and he's got plant
31:08
when she gets turned on to egg mode. She's like Robin Williams
31:11
is like, you know, she just cooked eggs. She can talk about
31:14
a so she's blue in the face. Good.
31:17
Well, we'd love to talk to her on Korean the keeper about her
31:22
eggs. Well, yeah,
31:24
I should come on. Yeah, of course.
31:26
One should be insulting if she didn't. I mean, this is a talk
31:29
show.
31:29
You know, the two of them. Jan and Mimi, have both done
31:34
research on egg podcasts. And there's lots of them by the way,
31:38
like 1000s of podcasts about eggs. And so that can
31:43
be considered the look into that.
31:46
So they both come back with is this like, Oh my God, these
31:51
podcasts almost behind they're just in there because they're
31:54
just so amateurish. Well, oh, you
31:57
know, this is interesting. I just want to podcast index.org
32:01
The definitive authority on all things podcasting? Yes. We have
32:06
eggs, the podcast Green Eggs and Dan the fried egg golf podcast,
32:12
which combines eggs and golfing. Toast God tossed salads and
32:18
scrambled eggs. Taught that's a couple of those. The good egg
32:22
the egg whisperer. Oh, the egg whisperer, Dr. Amy, Eva Zod
32:27
Daheia. She's an as a weekly egg whisperer show. Oh, no. Sorry.
32:33
That's about that's for a human eggs. I'm
32:35
sorry. Oh, okay. They get people to have birth. That's different.
32:39
Yeah, there's a lot of eggs. Egg podcasts that are not chicken
32:45
and egg chicken eggs. Yeah. And it's also guarding your nest
32:48
egg. Okay, okay. So it's not all that bad. Okay, cool. And feel
32:53
free to promote it again in January, on the actual rollout
32:58
takes place. And this is for people who do not want to have
33:01
synthetic meats, which is really ratcheting up. It's a Wall
33:07
Street Journal. The synthetic meat will change the ethics of
33:12
eating. Yes. That's the headline subhead, consumers will soon be
33:19
able to dine on chicken and other animal proteins grown in a
33:22
factory up ending the way we think about nature and
33:25
technology. Yikes, yeah. It's it's yeah. A century ago, a
33:37
chicken in every pot was an ambitious political slogan. It
33:41
has long since become an everyday reality Americans were
33:44
consumed. By the way today's chicken is crap. Americans will
33:47
consume nearly 100 pounds of chicken per capita this year,
33:51
according to the National National Chicken Council, up
33:54
from 67 pounds in 92. When chicken first surpassed beef.
33:58
Well, of course that's when the SIOP came in and you were told
34:01
that beef would kill you when it gives you cancer and they would
34:04
live in your colon for 100 years. And then everyone went to
34:07
chick to chicken and then they started you know, a check for
34:10
the chickens and chickens chickens with crap. Yeah, this
34:15
this. They're really pushing the synthetic grown in laboratory
34:21
food.
34:22
Which is yeah, it's gonna turn out to be indigestible.
34:25
Yeah, it's gonna it's going to Well, yes, it will kill people.
34:28
Hello. I think that's pretty much the whole idea. To know the
34:32
scope. It's a big time scope. Yeah, it makes me sick. What do
34:41
you what do you happen for Christmas meal? What do you guys
34:43
haven't?
34:45
Well, Christmas. We're having our true Christmas will be
34:49
around January 12. Now it's right. It's gonna turn out to be
34:53
around January 1, okay. But we have to have some kind of
34:59
Christmas. So tomorrow Oh JCn gesehen and Theodore will be
35:05
over with a three rib roast. Oh, nice for me. Oh, that's today.
35:11
I'm sorry this today, there'll be over today.
35:12
Are you ready for him? Make sure you're ready. Make sure you got
35:15
the three ribs yesterday got his
35:16
cellar full of wine, and I'm always ready to go. Hmm. So
35:19
there'll be over today for that. And so that Mimi will be having
35:23
she's stuck up north because of the scouts. Oh, yeah, of course
35:26
she did. And so she'll be up there with Eric and the three
35:29
kids and and D, and they'll be up there. And then j and Brennan
35:38
will be serving a Christmas meal that she's going to prepare for
35:42
his relatives.
35:44
Ah, and are you invited to that with his relatives
35:47
or I actually am not going to go obviously. Well, it's because
35:52
Jays JC is doing something and the show is kind of eating into
35:56
it because it'd be really early so it's not possible. Yeah.
36:00
Yeah, well, Tina, the keeper is cooking up a ham which we got
36:04
from Nola check meats this year. Very excited about that.
36:09
That'll be delicious. Those guys do good.
36:11
They know what they're doing. Yeah, we all we got. I got some
36:13
bacon. I got sausage, all kinds of stuff from them. Yeah. Okay,
36:21
so that that covers the food aspect?
36:23
Yes, we're done.
36:26
Now, there's a lot more that's there's a lot more going on. I
36:29
think this is the story that you know this. This is the story
36:33
that obfuscates what's really going on in the world, as we
36:37
know, we continue to get now I think is Twitter files, the
36:43
seven or eight, which shows something that we always knew
36:48
that the FBI and OTAs other government agencies, ie the CIA,
36:54
have really been embedded in these tech tech companies, and
36:58
certainly in the social media companies for well over a decade
37:02
started during Obama's reign, maybe a little bit earlier, but
37:06
it really was the 2008 that's really when we saw Twitter, grab
37:12
our grab hold Facebook was well underway. And so the FBI, then
37:16
CIA and NSA had been communicating with these
37:20
companies and nudging them to do things for a long, long time.
37:26
But no, no, let's not be outraged about that. Let's this
37:29
be the story this morning
37:30
new revelations that employees of TiC TOCs parent company were
37:34
spying on users in the US, including several reporters,
37:38
but you're right, we're totally exposed right now. All this data
37:41
is flowing back to China
37:42
bytedance. The Chinese company that owns tic tock now
37:45
acknowledges four of its employees access journalist
37:48
private data. As part of an effort to find who was leaking
37:51
company information this year, journalists from BuzzFeed and
37:54
the Financial Times were reportedly tracked, and Forbes
37:57
says its journalists were also spied on saying bytedance
38:01
monitored journalist physical location using their IP address
38:05
by dance says their employees behavior violated the company's
38:09
code of conduct. None of the individuals remain employed a
38:12
bytedance. security risks like this have long been a concern of
38:16
US lawmakers who warned China is gaining access to user
38:19
information of the more than 100 million US tic tock subscribers.
38:24
The Senate recently voted to ban the app on federally owned
38:27
devices, the house could follow suit as soon as today
38:31
when you start taking a look at what China could do with the
38:33
information they could do things potentially, like use it to
38:37
further target people for Hawks.
38:38
19 states have also banned Tiktok from state owned devices.
38:42
And Indiana has filed two lawsuits over security and child
38:46
safety concerns on the app.
38:48
I love what is happening with Mastodon were these journalists
38:53
they're still posting on Twitter, but now they're they're
38:56
cross posting and they're doing some original posting on the
38:59
fediverse and I have a little instance that is just me just
39:03
myself so I can follow these people and and keep track of
39:07
what they're doing. And this is the story.
39:09
Wait, hold on. Is that like spying on him?
39:13
Yes, I get their location from my information. Yes. But that's
39:18
that is that's the point. They when it comes to what's what's
39:21
being revealed at Twitter. That's just Elon Musk. He's
39:25
crazy. He's raised. He's red pilled he's just working for
39:30
Trump in the GOP and he's ruining Twitter, which is true.
39:34
This is this midnight a story is crazy. His lies this
39:38
information. But this Oh no. They track journalists with
39:44
their IP address.
39:47
I have a clip of this to this 51 second clip from again, Amy.
39:52
I won't I won't play the warning.
39:54
Did you don't know the one he only needs to want to show once
39:58
we're ready. We are ready now. tick tock security scrutiny. lol
40:03
by the way, telling me that she doesn't instead of saying app,
40:06
in this clip, I'm going to instead of asking you to look
40:09
for it, I'm going to tell you in advance. Instead of saying app
40:12
because it's an app, she calls it an apple. No.
40:20
Yeah, oh, we should have a trigger
40:21
warning video sharing platform. Tiktok has revealed some of its
40:25
workers track to reporters who cover the company gaining access
40:29
to their IP addresses and user data. One journalist was from
40:33
the Financial Times the other wrote for Bella,
40:35
we just have to stop for a second and say, This is standard
40:39
fare. This is what tech companies do. IP addresses No.
40:43
How about location keystrokes? How you hold your phones
40:48
idiotic? Are you walking I mean, all of this stuff. And these
40:52
your eyeball? Yeah, they could. I'm sure they can track that to
40:56
microphone listening in. Who's next to you who's on the
41:00
network. All of this totally. This surveillance is what they
41:03
do to everybody. But all they got journalists off. Location
41:07
data from IP address all
41:09
covered the company gaining access to their IP addresses
41:12
gaining access, you mean looking at the log
41:15
and user data. One journalist was from the Financial Times the
41:19
other wrote for BuzzFeed and now works at Forbes. Forbes says at
41:23
least two more of its reporters were targeted for surveillance,
41:26
which was undertaken as part of an internal investigation into
41:29
leaks at the company bytedance The Chinese parent company of
41:33
tick tock says it did not approve the spying tactics and
41:36
fired the worker who led the effort. This comes as the US
41:40
Senate Thursday passed a provision banning Tiktok on most
41:44
US government devices. Some lawmakers had been fighting to
41:48
ban the hugely popular Apple together amid ongoing tensions
41:52
between Washington and Beijing, saying it poses a national
41:56
security, privacy risks.
41:58
And there it is, because the whole point is we need to get
42:01
rid of tick tock to help out our very good donors in Silicon
42:05
Valley. Because tick tock is the most successful app apple at the
42:09
moment, the most successful apple that that is taking away
42:15
all of the good advertisers because they're just a better
42:18
interface for you know, for hypnotizing people and just
42:22
sitting in front of hours and hours. Yeah, they've got well,
42:26
not to just Yeah, and the whole point is, I mean, it's it's
42:31
disgusting. Now. And there's a lot of interesting things going
42:35
on with it. Not so much about this, but you know, the
42:38
obfuscation of it. And you remember Dr. Shiva. He's the
42:42
he's the guy. I think he ran for congress done successfully. But
42:47
he also claims he invented email.
42:50
Oh, yeah, this guy was May I know, there's a bunch of these
42:55
Indian pretenders that they claimed invented this and that
42:58
they never have
42:59
what's okay, but people give him a lot of credence for that. Oh,
43:03
yeah. So he invented email. So heat. So he's, he's going out on
43:08
the on the circuit and he's mad. He's mad. He's saying that
43:13
Tucker Carlson, Elon Musk, Glenn Greenwald, Matt Taibbi, Barry
43:18
Weiss, et cetera, are all participating in a limited
43:22
hangout? Yes, they are, in fact, working hand in hand in hand
43:27
with the intelligence corporations. That mean
43:30
agencies, which I believe to be true, but not for the reasons he
43:35
says he says that he filed a federal lawsuit against the
43:39
government in 2020, after he received irrefutable evidence
43:44
that the Massachusetts government used the Twitter
43:46
Partner Support Portal to cancel him on Twitter. And that he and
43:51
that Tucker and others knew about it. And they didn't do
43:54
anything with the star Ray. Therefore, they are in a limited
43:57
hangout. But while you're limited Hangout, this is
44:02
something Whitney Webb kind of launched and other people like
44:06
her limited hangout is where people related to the agencies
44:12
will bring some information to the forefront kind of like
44:17
giving prisoners in a prison the idea that they're not captured
44:22
by letting someone escape from time to time. That's what a
44:26
limited Hangout, I guess, is what they're saying. The limited
44:29
hangout was like a small group of like a user's group.
44:33
This I don't know. I don't know. I mean, this.
44:37
Even so if they're hanging out, like in some club, you know,
44:42
like, like,
44:43
no, no, no, it's really that you're letting some information
44:47
out to make it look like, you know, you're and by the way, I
44:50
agree with the general premise. Because, of course, everything
44:55
is redacted. I'm looking at all of these files that redacting
44:58
names but really redacted. I agree with that it's there
45:02
redacting it because we can't let anyone know that Obama
45:05
started this. We can't start that. So it's it's they're
45:09
totally in on it and one way or the other, but also I think
45:12
Shiva is just you know what, what was going on? Was anything
45:15
happening in 2020 that might have might have had precedent
45:18
over his issue? Yes. Yeah. COVID Exactly. So it's very
45:25
interesting.
45:26
Well, I have one, I have one clip about Twitter. And the
45:32
reason it's even in there in the pile here is because again, it
45:35
comes from one of these swords in this case New Tang Dynasty. I
45:39
never heard this one and this is like, the mainstream is not
45:42
talking about it. The Amy's not talking about it but these guys
45:45
are this is f p. FBI paid Twitter. The FBI
45:49
is staying mom on what other social media companies the
45:52
federal agency gave money to this after the FBI is payment to
45:56
Twitter of almost three and a half million dollars was
45:59
confirmed. And today's Daniel Monaghan has more.
46:03
A Twitter employee wrote in a February 2020 email that the
46:06
company's safety content and law enforcement or scale had
46:10
collected nearly three and a half a million dollars in less
46:13
than two years from the FBI. The payments were reportedly for law
46:17
enforcement related projects. The email stated that scale had
46:20
set up a reimbursement program in exchange for devoting staff
46:24
hours to processing requests from the FBI and was entitled
46:28
run the business we made money. Kellyanne Conway addressed the
46:31
FBI as dude,
46:32
is this a robot voice? It almost sounds like a robot voice now.
46:36
Do we know this guy from from New Tech? It sounds robot? Well,
46:39
you've
46:40
heard him before, but the possibility that he's a robot
46:43
voice is there.
46:45
Let's continue entitled run the business. We made money.
46:48
Kellyanne Conway addressed the FBI as activities on Fox News.
46:52
This is frightening to me as an American citizen to think that
46:56
this is going on under the guise of some official operation.
47:00
Conway is concerned about the First Amendment implications.
47:03
They're sitting
47:04
on the scales of free speech. They're sitting on the scales of
47:07
justice.
47:08
FBI officials remarked that the government is required to
47:11
reimburse reasonable costs and expenses associated with their
47:15
response to a legal process and that money for complying with
47:19
legal requests is standard procedure. The FBI officials
47:22
also said that Twitter isn't the only social media company that
47:26
the federal agency provides compensation to saying, quote,
47:29
we don't just reimburse Twitter, the officials refused to
47:33
elaborate on what other companies the FBI reimburses,
47:36
Rand Paul wrote on Twitter that the FBI paid Twitter to censor
47:40
speech. This is strong evidence of the government employing a
47:43
private entity to censor. Meanwhile, Kentucky Congressman
47:47
James Comer says the FBI was never granted any authority to
47:51
create a disinformation Task Force to police the social media
47:55
sites.
47:56
I want to remind everybody that we have an outstanding search
47:59
engine of all of our show notes, you can find that at being it.io
48:03
bi N gi t.io. I did a quick little search because I know
48:07
that this is not news at all. Indeed, on episode 603. We
48:13
discussed Microsoft charging the FBI for giving them user data.
48:19
And this has been going on for a long time. $145,000 for a number
48:28
of requests for information they were charging about $100 back in
48:31
2012. Every single Silicon Valley company charges the
48:36
government backs chargebacks This is no news yet.
48:39
Well, here's the way the story devolved. If you listen to that
48:43
clip. It went from the FBI coughing up 3.4 million to
48:48
censorship to some sort of a disinformation program, when in
48:54
fact, it's the FBI being charged, you're being invoiced
48:59
for work that Twitter has to do on behalf of the FBI. And so it
49:03
goes like this. Hey, who is this guy? What's his IP address? And
49:08
where it is he lives do you have any of this information on this
49:10
person? Okay, we'll put our guys on it. And then you say yeah, we
49:14
found him he said blah, blah. It's not a robot. Or he is a
49:17
robot. You hidden here's your bill for $1,100 That's how much
49:21
they're charging probably top dollar. Sure they are but but
49:26
this is a little more than $140,000.03 point 4 million
49:30
means the FBI has got their nose up Twitter's ass.
49:33
Yes. Well, not just Twitter. Remember
49:37
the big debate boys gotta be Facebook. They got me remember
49:41
off and up a lot more than 3.4 million to Facebook 2010
49:45
Mark Zuckerberg Man of the Year Facebook front cover of Time
49:49
Magazine. Here we go. I just gotta say it again. I know you'd
49:53
love it. Robert Miller I just happen to be in my office in the
49:56
different floor in the in the building and just want to say hi
49:59
how you doing? Yeah, of course, this is all this is all been
50:03
going on for such a long time. Well, here, let me just let me
50:10
just say somebody
50:11
who a previous show 640s A long time ago, six. So is it Yes, not
50:15
necessarily news, but it's new. And then the point is, is that
50:20
this is taxpayer money. Guys are just squandering money like,
50:25
borrow weaponizing
50:26
against us. That's great. So, back to the journalists who are,
50:31
you know, leaving, they say, Oh, we're leaving Twitter. And
50:36
yeah, like Rob Reiner. Now, No one's leaving this hole is
50:41
talked about leaving immediately in LA. He does now sit there and
50:44
bitch
50:44
here, but it's more interesting to read the journalists. And you
50:48
can find them a journo dot host. There's a couple of other these
50:52
places. And they're happy to tweet out all the or to doubt
50:56
all the profiles of all the great journalists who are now on
50:59
the fediverse. But just like the Black Twitter professor, who
51:05
came on to say, Mastodon is racist, because it doesn't have
51:11
quote, tweets, quote, tweets, no, quote, tweet is racist,
51:15
black people can be their whole entire selves, because it's a
51:19
call and response mechanism of black America and as long as
51:23
Mastodon doesn't have that they are racist. And the worst thing
51:27
you can say is, hey, why don't you build that yourself? It's
51:30
open source. No, that's the wrong answer. That is a white
51:33
supremacist answer, obviously. But what I've noticed is the
51:38
journalists also rely on this mechanism. The mechanism of
51:43
quote, tweeting, and this did not the way it started on
51:46
Twitter, is people would make a screenshot of a tweet. And then
51:51
they tweet that out with their commentary. And the whole idea
51:54
is,
51:54
well, wait, wait, don't forget it. Actually, what really got to
51:57
Twitter's Twitter's upper echelon was using AR T. This
52:05
came after the RT, the letters are T. That was driving everyone
52:11
crazy.
52:12
Right. So after that, twitter then implemented the quote,
52:18
tweet. And the reason why the quote, tweet is not available in
52:24
Mastodon, although it could be it works on other types of
52:28
fediverse systems and people have customized it, it's really
52:32
something that will show up. If it's a client side thing. It's
52:37
not like a network thing. You can do this very easily. But
52:40
people on Mastodon never wanted to do this. Because the really
52:44
the only the only thing that achieves is you can then create
52:49
your own little sub thread of people bitching about someone's
52:54
tweet without them really being a part of it. And what happens
53:00
the past couple of days is Taylor Lorenz pops up onto
53:05
Mastodon, and she's saying we need journalists will not stick
53:10
around this app. She said app. Journalists, unfortunately will
53:14
not use this because we need quote, tweets in order to
53:17
provide context context so we can do our news better do our
53:22
journalism better. And here's the interesting thing. If you
53:29
are anything but a leftist communist comrade or journalist
53:35
it's all the same. When you quote tweet, you are abusive.
53:42
It's violence. You're an asshole. You know, you're you're
53:46
you are really you're committing violence against people without
53:50
even letting them know that they're being violated. However,
53:55
if you are like Taylor Lorenz, you're a journalist, a comrade a
54:00
leftist. It's called dunking, Kara Swisher use this all the
54:06
time. When you say something horrible in a quote, tweet about
54:10
someone else, and you're a leftist. It's called dunking.
54:13
Yeah, that's just dunking on someone then it's not violence.
54:18
This is very interesting.
54:22
To me, well, I always thought the quote tweet was useful for
54:26
making snide remarks
54:28
dunking, dunking, John, dunk and
54:33
and so you wait, I don't know why. They just don't say snide
54:37
remarks dunking because like a basketball term or a doughnut
54:42
term, in dunking in coffee,
54:45
it's everywhere. The quote tweet, for those who are our
54:51
left is called dunking the quote tweet for those who are right
54:54
are basically Nazis. That's how it works.
55:01
But it's like, I don't think it's important. What the quote
55:06
my conclusion quote, tweet. Yeah, I mean, you can live
55:10
without it. You can? Of course you can. It's just fun, like
55:14
anything and this idea of this response thing the black guy is
55:19
talking about, that's a church thing. I mean, what is, is this
55:23
a religious product that we're dealing with? Yes,
55:26
he's a professor man. He's a professor of black. And he said,
55:30
can be a professor, anything he wants, but I'm familiar enough
55:33
with that process that it's something that you it's a Church
55:38
Call and Response happens in the church. And this is not a
55:41
church. No,
55:42
I'm, I'm in agreement with you. But what you're seeing now is
55:46
people like Jay Jay Rosen date Jay Rosen. No, what's the Jeff
55:50
Jarvis? I'm sorry.
55:52
Jay Rosen, Jeff Jarvis, same
55:54
guy, Jeff Jarvis. He's now using that. Yes, we need to have quote
56:02
tweets. Because you know, not just journalists don't just need
56:05
it. It's racist if we don't have it.
56:08
You can't get any documentation of Jeff Jarvis saying that.
56:12
Oh, wait, okay. Okay, I'll tweet it out with your
56:16
friend Jeff Jarvis in this regard. You're gonna Jeff
56:19
Jarvis. Yeah, in this regard, because I just don't think he's
56:23
going to be taking that that tact.
56:25
Okay. Well, I have I have the receipts. I'm not going to look
56:27
for it right now. But I definitely have the
56:29
receipts. I will and I will make a public statement in the next
56:33
show. If you if you if you prove me wrong.
56:35
Okay. Well, let's start writing. I will I will start writing.
56:40
Come on, man. I have this instance specifically to spy on
56:43
these eight holes.
56:44
Well, good. I think you should keep this up. This is good
56:46
stuff.
56:48
And I have it's very difficult. I
56:51
have to you're gonna end up being a journalist by osmosis. I
56:55
have to
56:55
resist but if the minute I do that the cover is blown. And
57:01
then you know, it'll be like No,
57:02
it should go in here. Okay, let's let's strategize this
57:06
right in real time.
57:07
Would you like me to get you an account on my secret server so
57:10
that you know I'm
57:11
good? I got plenty to do as my time but let's do this. Get
57:14
yourself an account as a young woman about a 16 year old
57:19
can you please send me your way woman profile so I can use
57:23
she's gonna be a young woman. 16 a journalism student but issues
57:29
on the high school newspaper, develop a character here. She's
57:33
on the high school newspaper. She's a really cute blonde kind
57:38
of ditzy speaks a little bit with an upper talk doesn't
57:41
really know that much and doesn't like history but she was
57:43
always wanted to be a famous writer because she likes not
57:47
only reading novels, and she's a big fan of who's that famous the
57:52
one famous novelist and all the girls read the one that Emily
57:57
Emily Poe, not Emily Post but Emily whatever.
58:00
The other one, Emily Dickens Dickinson Yeah.
58:01
Dickinson so she's a big fan of that. And she is look I look why
58:06
don't you write the profile for you and you go in and you can
58:09
ask dumb questions and you'll you'll end if you wait let's get
58:13
a pic we'll get a picture of her that you can post
58:15
John I'm not going to do this I'm not this is your be great
58:19
this you know how to do this. I'm gonna get you I'm gonna get
58:21
you an account and you can you can make up your little lady
58:24
there and you can I'm not going to pretend to be enrolled in
58:27
jail how creepy it is. Even what you're saying is creepy. Pretend
58:31
to be a 16 year old girl who likes Emily Dickinson. That's
58:33
creepy. Creepy.
58:36
It gets even better. When you get the responses from these
58:40
horny old dogs. You got a screen worth the price of admission.
58:45
This is a project we can do together this. In fact, this may
58:48
be our exit strategy. I think there's a whole podcast and just
58:51
doing this. We could get hired by Spotify. I'm telling you,
58:55
this would be great if we never revealed Yeah, this is total
58:59
exit strategy. Totally a great idea. Meanwhile, things just
59:06
going from bad to worse over at Facebook. I'm sorry, meta
59:09
Facebook's parent company Mehta has agreed to pay $725 million
59:14
to settle a privacy lawsuit that clean Facebook illegally shared
59:18
user data with the research firm Cambridge Analytica. lawyers say
59:22
the settlement is the most that Mehta has ever had to pay to
59:26
resolve a class action lawsuit.
59:29
Now I bring this up. Because on the last show, we were talking
59:34
about Wells Fargo, who also were fined by the government and we
59:37
were asking ourselves, so where does this money go? Where does
59:41
the meta money go? Where does the Wells Fargo when they get
59:44
fined? Where does it go? And it turns out, one of our producers
59:48
says you know you answered this question yourself on a quite a
59:55
while ago on the podcast, and that answer comes from the very
1:00:00
Ramesh Swamy. And this is what how government fines are handled
1:00:07
that the government cannot use companies to do indirectly what
1:00:11
the government can't do directly, is something that
1:00:14
echoes and reverberates today in ways that are really hard to
1:00:17
see, because we're designed to be hidden from seeing it. I talk
1:00:20
a little bit about the book about one of the practices from
1:00:22
the Obama administration, for example, I'd talk about the Oh,
1:00:24
eight financial crisis, right. While in the back of the opioid
1:00:26
crisis, guess what, there were multibillion dollar gifts with
1:00:30
each of the banks, they were supposed to pay it to the fist
1:00:32
of the US Treasury. And guess what, not a lot of those
1:00:35
dollars. Yes. The US Treasury, which is by the shut up and
1:00:38
listen, wait, what is the fifth the public FISC that Americans
1:00:41
each have mistaken? No. What happened was that the Obama
1:00:45
administration had tried to get a lot of left wing nonprofits
1:00:48
funded through Congress, the Republican controlled Congress
1:00:51
said no, call it obstructionist. That's life in a two party
1:00:54
system. But they had a creative idea. They went the other
1:00:57
direction. And they said, Actually, organizations like the
1:00:59
National Urban League or La Raza, they use the DOJ to say
1:01:03
that we're actually going to settle with you big banks. And
1:01:06
we're going to say that if you give $1 to one of those
1:01:09
organizations, we'll give you a $2 offset for how much you owe
1:01:13
on the settlement to the US government. And guess what, it
1:01:17
was a much better press release to say you give $1 to Laurasia,
1:01:20
or the National Urban League than it does to give $1 In a
1:01:23
settlement fine to the DOJ. Oh, those are 501 C three is a fancy
1:01:27
way of saying that's tax deductible. Oh, that's a nice
1:01:29
benefit, too. And by the way, you end up paying less money in
1:01:33
the end. So the Obama administration wins, big
1:01:35
government wins. The banks when they pay less money and being
1:01:38
fond of money. That's actually a very good thing if you're a
1:01:40
bank, but also get a great reputational benefit out of it
1:01:43
giving out to nonprofits, and
1:01:44
this government left. And it says, Oh, I
1:01:47
thought you said it doesn't matter. The crux of what we need
1:01:50
to hear was there. Yeah, we got we got the point. Yeah. We
1:01:54
forgot all about that, though. God about it. So this is where
1:01:57
money goes, it goes into little favorite projects. scops, it's
1:02:01
got another scop. The only thing that's not a scop that got
1:02:07
turned back. And I don't know, if this was like end of year
1:02:09
news, the IRS has come out and said, Yeah, we're not going to
1:02:13
implement that rule just yet of requiring reporting of anything
1:02:18
of up to $600 or more from from Venmo, or Paypal or anything
1:02:22
like that. It seems confusing for people.
1:02:26
So no, it's too much.
1:02:28
It's too much. I
1:02:29
mean, they have to right now, it's 10,000 is what gets
1:02:32
reported when you make a transaction, and they're gonna
1:02:36
drop it to 600. Yes, like, you know, chicken feet. Some people
1:02:41
might drop that at the grocery store. It's too much work. Yeah.
1:02:46
Well, but so much work. But the work is why should they have to
1:02:49
do all this extra work they get enough to do. But what
1:02:52
I understand is that it's the the payment companies themselves
1:02:57
who have to do the work. It's not the it's not the grocery
1:03:01
store that has to send that to you. The payment app itself
1:03:04
says, Okay, you got, you know, the, you spent $600
1:03:10
No, it is the bank who would do when you do a $10,000
1:03:13
transaction is the bank has to do the reporting, right. But the
1:03:16
banks got a lot of power and date, and they're gonna have to
1:03:19
do the $600 stuff. Now. They can't do it. And there'll be
1:03:22
bitching and moaning and groaning there's no way it's
1:03:25
going to ever happen. Well, I wouldn't go that far. Well,
1:03:30
well, maybe with computers it can happen some somebody maybe
1:03:33
can code it in and then it can just be automatic. I mean,
1:03:36
that's possible
1:03:36
once we get to see the central bank digital currency. It'll be
1:03:40
built right in no problem. Yeah, that'll be the day okay. All
1:03:43
right. Just keep keep saying that. Keep keep you keep talking
1:03:45
about your SDR as to why you're No, no, I gave up on STRS and
1:03:49
1000s of sealed indictments years ago.
1:03:53
Which reminds me where's God agenda?
1:03:57
I did like the report in the register keeping with big tech
1:03:59
for a second report in the register. And I liked the
1:04:02
register. They're pretty good. Apparently, Google is very upset
1:04:06
about the the open AI chat GPT. And like the weld, I will read
1:04:14
parts of the report to you, Sundar Pichai, he's the CEO is
1:04:18
apparently in a pickle and, and is gearing up Google to meet the
1:04:24
perceived threat. And this is according to an internal memo
1:04:27
seen by the New York Times Pachai has up ended the work of
1:04:32
numerous groups inside the company to respond to the threat
1:04:35
of chat. GPT is plucking staff from other divisions to meet the
1:04:40
threat. It's a code red at issue. It's Code Red Code Red.
1:04:45
This
1:04:45
is a problem out there. Just search about people going to
1:04:48
that company. Yeah, what? Well,
1:04:49
no, they're worried that Google's core product search is
1:04:52
going to be displaced by Some so called artificial intelligence,
1:04:57
that that is more that makes people believe that they're
1:05:00
talking to something intelligent and that the answers are better.
1:05:03
So you think Okay, so here, let me at least give a little of a
1:05:09
little impression. I am on the computer and I want to find out
1:05:15
what's the best restaurant that sells some smoked ribs in
1:05:20
Oakland. So I go to this thing and say, Hey, what's the best
1:05:24
restaurant? And that seems like I'm in a conversation now. And
1:05:27
the thing says to me, do you like the like a sweet spicy like
1:05:30
in Missouri style? What do you like Texas, a Georgia, what do
1:05:33
you like? And then I respond, and he asked me a couple of
1:05:37
defecting asked me a couple more question that gives me an
1:05:40
answer, which is probably paid for by the company that that
1:05:44
dancer comes from? Google. That's how you roll. So I get
1:05:48
Okay. Joe smokehaus. There on 14.
1:05:50
What was your question? Again?
1:05:52
The question is, is that what they're fearful? I
1:05:56
know your question about the what was your actual query?
1:06:00
The query was what's the best smoked ribs in Oakland?
1:06:05
Okay, let me just type it in. Let
1:06:06
me see what comes back. But you you have this thing running
1:06:09
there?
1:06:09
Of course I do. What do you think I am a techno techno dweep
1:06:13
there are many great places to get smoked ribs in Oakland,
1:06:15
including smokey Jays barbecue Brown Sugar Kitchen and Everton
1:06:18
Jones. That kicks Google's asked let's try whether it's true or
1:06:23
not as irrelevant, of course. irrelevant, are we so when we
1:06:28
hit that into Google the same question, I get smokin, wouldn't
1:06:33
I get ads, ads, smoke smoking woods, smoke rings, Smokehouse
1:06:40
champion Smokehouse the 10 best ribs? I mean, I don't get I get
1:06:45
a list of answers. I think this is the core is the course this
1:06:49
thing just just came back and gave me an English answer.
1:06:53
Whether it's true or these are these. These will, of course,
1:06:55
also be ads. And will not be the best smoked ribs. But it will
1:07:00
feel better to people. And the funny thing is didn't Google
1:07:04
fire a guy who said hey, I got sent in an AI running? Didn't
1:07:09
they just fire a guy? Was that Microsoft? Was it Microsoft or
1:07:13
was it? Somebody got it? People get fired all the time? Yeah,
1:07:16
but it was a deal because this guy said it couldn't be Google.
1:07:19
Yeah, but this is interesting. You may be on to something was
1:07:24
not you.
1:07:26
Google may
1:07:27
be screwed. Yeah. Yeah.
1:07:31
This could kill the net wouldn't kill them because search engines
1:07:34
are good. So here's just answering the best Smokehouse
1:07:37
but but you know what it might do? Wait a minute, you got the
1:07:39
two systems up. Let's see. Here's the question i i Always
1:07:42
bitch and
1:07:44
I know exactly what your question is. The question is,
1:07:46
what is the best weed whacker eggs? Would you like to phrase
1:07:50
the question perfectly for me?
1:07:52
What brand of weed whacker is considered the best by most
1:07:57
experts?
1:07:59
Oh, no. By most experts, okay. So we have what brand of weed
1:08:05
whacker is considered the best by most EQ by most experts of do
1:08:09
a question mark. And let's see. Give me an answer. Come on. Oh,
1:08:14
most experts agree that the steel brand of weed whacker is
1:08:17
considered the best. Now let's go to the Google's let's see
1:08:22
what they say is Tia shell Yes. Steal? Yes. Yes. About that.
1:08:28
Yeah, that's that's pretty concise answer. I'm
1:08:31
impressed.
1:08:31
So if we go to the Google, first of all, it doesn't like the way
1:08:35
I spelled wakker with an H. Did you mean whacker? With W AC K
1:08:40
er.
1:08:41
And should be spelled with an H?
1:08:43
Yeah. There you go. And what I get is an ad at the top of
1:08:48
course, find find 10 Bees best weed whackers, then I get a Top
1:08:52
10 Top eight, top string trimmer. I don't get an answer.
1:08:58
And people love this. You know what, the thing that a lot of
1:09:03
technical people are using is how do I you know, how what
1:09:09
JavaScript code do I need to create this particular action?
1:09:13
Well, I mean, people go to what's the what's the the main
1:09:17
place where everyone? Everyone searches for their code? No, no,
1:09:20
no, no. For your code answers. Oh, there is some Yeah, forgets
1:09:25
everyone. Yeah, I can't, I can't remember. I'll go come on
1:09:27
trolls. Tell me what it is. They will eventually start Stack
1:09:32
Overflow. So Stack Overflow is where you go and ask you and now
1:09:38
with this open AI because it's code. The open ai ai system
1:09:42
actually gives you just the code to go ahead. So even though it's
1:09:46
not better in the background, and it's far from intelligent. I
1:09:51
agree. I think this is an interface that blows Google
1:09:54
away. And the fact that they fired that they fired a guy who
1:09:58
said hey, I've got the iPad guy made it It is even funnier.
1:10:02
But that's the it was ironic more than funny. Okay, so now I
1:10:06
have totally ironic but you know, it's not that they don't
1:10:08
deserve such things. But this happens. Every company at the
1:10:11
FBI you know, they fire the inventor of this or that. I'm
1:10:16
fascinated. Now what is the website that I have to go to to
1:10:19
get the dancer asked these questions.
1:10:21
It's chat dot open ai.com
1:10:25
Chat dot open a ai.com.
1:10:29
Now you're going to have to do you have to sign in, it's going
1:10:34
to take you a little while because you have to have I'm not
1:10:36
going to do it. Now you got to have a bogus phone number
1:10:38
because it does ask for a phone number. So if I said, Why, why
1:10:45
do why do I have to have a phone number? You dipshits put that in
1:10:48
there.
1:10:49
I already did this. I said, What is the number I gave you to sign
1:10:53
up with? And it says, Well, what number do you think it was?
1:10:55
Yeah. Okay, by so it's not intelligent. But if I
1:11:00
had a number do you think it was? What is this is like a
1:11:03
laser for 1977?
1:11:06
What is the best book of egg recipes?
1:11:12
I betcha this changes over the next two months. Oh,
1:11:15
I hope so. There are many books that contain great egg recipes.
1:11:18
So it really depends on what you're looking for. Here are a
1:11:20
few suggestions. One, the ultimate instapot. Two egg
1:11:24
recipes by dk three, the four and 20 Black and this just is
1:11:29
going on. It's not stopping. So yes, this will this should
1:11:33
change. It should stop it dead. It keeps going. It's already
1:11:37
given me five. Yeah. Ultimately, the best book will depend. Okay,
1:11:43
okay. What do I do with too many eggs? I'm trying I'm I'm trying
1:11:51
hard boiled
1:11:51
them came out. They have not hasn't been scraped yet? No, of
1:11:56
course not. But the point is scraped, and it'll be at the top
1:11:59
of the list by January 15.
1:12:01
I believe Google is in real trouble. No, no, I'm gonna say I
1:12:05
do believe Google is in real trouble. You
1:12:07
can do Billy, whatever you want. But let's let him let me go back
1:12:11
in time. Without the sound effect. I eat when I was doing
1:12:17
silicon spin. In the late 90s. It was from about 97 to 2000.
1:12:23
I'd read it for years, I was there for years. And then they
1:12:25
killed the show, because they hated me. And it's not hard to
1:12:30
do. Now, what are you going to do is nothing but it would be
1:12:35
just as a two edged sword, my personality. So yes. All during
1:12:42
that era when? When I would I'd ask certain kinds of stock
1:12:46
questions. I do this constantly with different kinds of people
1:12:49
in different professions. And I've asked people generally, so
1:12:52
what are you using for a search engine? And between this between
1:12:57
night and Google had been in business already? I think
1:12:59
they've been public by then. No, they got public shortly
1:13:02
thereafter, but they were major in business in 1996 97. And
1:13:10
everyone said Yahoo. Without right sure, I'm sure that Yahoo
1:13:14
yahoo, yahoo. And they said Yahoo right till the year 2000.
1:13:18
They kept saying Yahoo. And it takes a half a decade before you
1:13:25
can unseat somebody like Google, it would take it did take a
1:13:28
decade to kill Google. Yeah, and they're gonna go out of their
1:13:34
way to buy this this thing. You watch
1:13:37
this, you can't buy this thing. This is part of the open AI
1:13:41
project. You can't
1:13:42
just oh, it's completely open. Yes. You can't buy a public
1:13:46
domain
1:13:47
kind of kind of anybody can hook up to it. So I mean, if so, if
1:13:54
you do a question like what is the best podcast in the
1:13:56
universe, you get an answer like it's difficult to determine the
1:14:00
best question that doesn't even know some popular podcasts that
1:14:05
have received critical acclaim and have a large following
1:14:07
include This American Life radio lab, the daily and serial
1:14:11
Alright, so this is my point. It's shit but it does talk to
1:14:14
you. When I here's another question. What do Adam Korean
1:14:17
John C. Dvorak do together?
1:14:20
That's a reasonable question at the end answerable.
1:14:24
Adam curry and John C. Dvorak are both media personalities who
1:14:27
have worked in the tech and media industries. They co host a
1:14:30
podcast called no agenda, which is a weekly show that discusses
1:14:35
current events and media from a libertarian perspective at
1:14:39
brong. The podcast has been running since 2007, and has a
1:14:42
large following correct. Korean Dwaraka, known for their
1:14:46
irreverent and often controversial takes on current
1:14:49
events, and their show is known for its offbeat humor and
1:14:52
critical examination of the media correct. In addition to no
1:14:56
agenda, both Korean Dvorak have had successful careers in their
1:14:59
respective fields with curry working as a media consultant,
1:15:02
incorrect. And entrepreneur. Correct. And Dvorak working as a
1:15:06
technology journalist and commentator. I mean, this is not
1:15:10
bad. This could be
1:15:12
right. But it's not bad. It's as good as Wikipedia. This is the
1:15:15
new
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book of knowledge as far as I'm concerned. funnier. is funny.
1:15:22
Half of that is obviously and when they say, I mean, half of
1:15:26
that is from Wikipedia that's obvious to see. We regenerate
1:15:30
response when you repeat and get another response anyway, so that
1:15:35
this is just as crap as artificially intelligent, AI
1:15:40
created art, which I do not support.
1:15:45
I'm reminded for some reason what came to mind is your
1:15:49
affiliation with an adaption of for a very short time of this
1:15:55
open source. Oh my god, Alexa.
1:15:58
Mycroft. Mycroft
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Yeah. Mycroft Yeah, whatever happened to that?
1:16:06
Oh, they're going quite well. They have a new box out and
1:16:09
everything but it's, it's, it's just a bad. It's an open Emad
1:16:15
Siri. Yeah, pretty much. It gives you the same answers, more
1:16:18
or less, it just recognizes you poorly, and speaks poorly
1:16:22
because you're not communicating with a very expensive data set
1:16:25
that you know, the Google or Apple have put together. So it's
1:16:29
okay. It's open source but me but if you want to say you know,
1:16:34
okay Mycroft turn on the lights. Yeah. All right. I mean, we used
1:16:37
to have a we used to have a thing for that was called the
1:16:40
clapper. It was much faster. Clap on clap off. So I thought
1:16:48
that was very interesting, but also in the news. I guess Leo is
1:16:52
going to have to close down the studio the last past studio as
1:16:57
LastPass got hacked. And if you don't know who what LastPass is
1:17:03
you do but most people won't. It is a all in one store all your
1:17:08
passwords in here you're safe trust us. So hackers stole the
1:17:13
customer vault data in a cloud storage breach and data includes
1:17:17
master passwords. sensitive customer information has been
1:17:22
taken right before Christmas. Can you imagine that meeting
1:17:27
over the last pass?
1:17:28
This I did I know nothing about this this hack.
1:17:31
Okay, well then let me read to you. Customer Account
1:17:36
Information related metadata including company names and
1:17:39
usernames billing addresses email addresses, phone numbers,
1:17:41
IP addresses were compromised cloud storage access storage
1:17:46
access keys dual storage container decryption keys. The
1:17:52
threat actor copied information from backup that contained basic
1:17:55
customer account information also copied a backup of the
1:18:00
vault data from the encrypted storage container which is
1:18:03
stored in proprietary binary format. This is not good. Now I
1:18:10
don't know if they can break into it easily. But this
1:18:14
shouldn't be happening and it just shows centralized stuff is
1:18:17
dumb.
1:18:17
No, I you know I've always avoided those password keepers.
1:18:21
Even though all these tech guys are always recommending them it
1:18:24
seems to me well you know, if somebody hacks that then what?
1:18:27
I'm not a fan of the LastPass I've never used it I have I use
1:18:30
a vault Warden on my own server on my my Umbral notebook Yeah,
1:18:36
it's probably probably better yes
1:18:38
code in and hope that's gonna stick it in a drawer.
1:18:42
Tina does the same. She also has a smart girl yet well, she's a
1:18:47
keeper. Hello. We all know this. So there you go. That's going on
1:18:52
in your tech world everybody
1:18:54
nowadays your tech report for the day. Wow. And with that, I'd
1:18:57
like
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to thank you for your courage in the morning to you the man who
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put the seat in the scop ladies and gentlemen please say hello
1:19:03
to my friend on the other end on this Christmas day Mr. Johnson
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in the morning, do you Mr. wet pants also in the Marino's a
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boots on the ground feet near subs in the water all the days
1:19:19
and nights out in
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the morning to the trolls and the troll room who are very
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loyal they've come by to hang out and stay with us for our for
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our Christmas Day Live celebration. We do it on all
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holidays. It doesn't matter including New Year's Day will
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also be live for that as well and we appreciate let's see how
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many trolls showed up. We had 1777 On the last episode today,
1:19:46
despite it being a Christmas Christmas Day 1357 Trolls
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listening in this is nice 1300 1003 5730 That's
1:19:58
about half the normal lot as well as little more recent
1:20:02
recently No, it's about a third less. Yeah, well good for them.
1:20:05
I'm glad that he got subbed, at least, maybe we can share them
1:20:09
up because they're obviously home alone. Or they're listening
1:20:12
with the family. It could be a bunch of them. It could be a
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roomful of six it only counts as one when you do the troll count,
1:20:18
I think yes, I think many could be.
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They could be around a tree as we add their opening gifts to
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for bringing us the artwork for episode 1514 We titled that
1:21:36
holiday heart which is a big thing. It's never heard it
1:21:40
before to drop and left and right Rob Yes. You know who Oh,
1:21:44
we had another sad sad passing Hold on a second. It was Archer.
1:21:50
Yes. Departure. Here we go. He was only 38 This is and this
1:21:56
came from Adweek. As you know we subscribe. Some very very sad
1:22:00
news to report on Christmas Eve DAX Tahira to hear out the
1:22:04
executive produce tech Sarah knows t y e Ra. Okay. Okay, but
1:22:11
the executive producer of ABC This Week with George
1:22:14
Stephanopoulos died from a heart attack Friday night he was 38
1:22:17
almost 38 years old. How about that never had a heart issue
1:22:24
died suddenly happens. So that was the title and the artwork
1:22:31
that networks brought us was very simple. I actually kind of
1:22:35
cute at the same time. We wanted a holiday piece of art. It was a
1:22:39
request card to Santa Dear Santa donate this kind of instead of a
1:22:45
Christmas gift we just want you to donate Santa can you do that
1:22:48
for us please?
1:22:50
Now this is interesting because this came in on the evergreens
1:22:54
and it was a last ditch we were we were stumped
1:22:59
for art it was difficult
1:23:02
and we you know the one I liked which was you like the car the
1:23:06
powered by like the car was Paul couture but it didn't have any
1:23:09
Christmas colors. And then he did the Santa Claus with a with
1:23:12
a snowman in black and white as though it was a black and white
1:23:16
like cartoon, but we looking for holiday colors. Oh, they cheer
1:23:21
and care for cheer. And then he had another thing some s&m
1:23:25
thing. Christmas horrors on imagine which I was not going to
1:23:30
be a little weird. And the other pieces all came in was you liked
1:23:36
the Z parties united? Are two parties united. I'm sorry. Did
1:23:41
you party tonight? The Comic Strip blogger. Yeah, but that
1:23:45
had nothing to do with the holidays. Nope. I liked Happy
1:23:49
Holidays. 2.0 by NES works, which was the little cheesecake
1:23:53
Cartoon Girls 50s drawing, which I used on the newsletter because
1:23:58
it's just a nice piece well done.
1:24:01
It was just and we didn't have too much cheesecake It can't
1:24:04
just be our go to all the time. It's
1:24:05
just no I'm against it. I wouldn't have wanted to promote
1:24:08
it and I I'm not a shoe it because it's just people
1:24:13
overdoing it for the purposes of doing it and they're not doing
1:24:16
it right. That's the problem. Cheese is not something you just
1:24:20
throw a pretty girl on there and expect you know that to be
1:24:23
picked.
1:24:23
Well that's what people have come to come to expect from you.
1:24:27
Oh, if I throw this on Devora or like, Hey, by the way, Santa
1:24:30
Claus on the cross. No.
1:24:32
No Santa crustal cross
1:24:36
what else? It was a couple of things not happening. Kara
1:24:43
Swisher by the way comics, your blogger keep putting in your
1:24:47
art. It's that its AI generated. So you guarantee will never be
1:24:51
chosen. Because I will veto for your benefit. Right? Well, he as
1:24:55
long as he knows that. I will veto every single piece of art
1:24:58
that is AI generated Because I think it's it's ruining careers
1:25:03
with with subpar crap that people go just for it's no
1:25:06
different from the chat GPT
1:25:08
Wow, that artists, Greg.
1:25:11
No, it's not. It's not. It's not It's a mess. Personal opinion
1:25:19
but no. So out of all of that. So I think we chose the right
1:25:23
one though we had got the best one the best bang for the buck.
1:25:26
And it was in the Evergreen. It wasn't on the main page, which
1:25:29
was interesting. Yeah,
1:25:31
well, that's happened to probably two or three times over
1:25:33
15 years or 12 years, maybe more I think we were selected from I
1:25:37
don't think it's been that often that we hit the Evergraze to get
1:25:40
the art.
1:25:43
Well, we really appreciate it networks. It was good. And
1:25:46
looking forward to what we choose today. You can always
1:25:48
follow this in real time if you're listening by going to no
1:25:51
agenda art generator.com Coincidentally, maintained and
1:25:55
built by Sir Paul couture. So we don't get favorites just because
1:25:58
he built something although he is good. And you can refresh it
1:26:02
see stuff coming in real time. We already see stuff coming in
1:26:04
for today. And, and those same modern podcast apps, we have
1:26:09
chapters which show it's our show shows all of everything
1:26:12
that we're talking about pretty much everything that as long as
1:26:16
it's not too offensive or too horrible. It'll show up in the
1:26:19
chapters of Dred Scott does that it's really cool, cool way to
1:26:22
show off everybody's art as part of our time, talent and treasure
1:26:26
requirements for sending value back to the program. We also
1:26:30
like treasure and we're going to thank our executive and
1:26:33
Associate Executive producers. Right now we also have some
1:26:36
Christmas Knights and Dames I believe so we'll kick it off
1:26:40
with Doran Doran is it just doorway I'm missing something
1:26:45
here? But it says and no no, it's served sir Houston dopher I
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was only seeing the location along gotta resize this for a
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second sort of diver is born in the Netherlands NATO longed
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$1,000 And he says in the morning crackpot of buzzkill
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Adam and John, thank you to and all the producers of the know
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would have no agenda of the no agenda for the outstanding
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the form of the two weekly sanitation. This is Dutch so I'm
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dealtrack atom but it has an
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tray. All tray
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all tricked him. I'll tell you straight up. Rich forest
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stubbornness she is I have hit her in the mouth so many times
1:27:48
that she had to have jaw surgery. Okay. As a result of
1:27:52
the jaw surgery I lie in bed at night next to a Jaws like
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experienced dental brace. I'm not complaining she has to go
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through it and she did it with grace and Admiral ability and
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admirably after her broken jaw which was done for medical
1:28:04
reasons and wearing braces for two years though she really did
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get hit in the mouth. The end is near and we celebrate with a
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Cake.
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You've got
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I don't think this is pretty shady.
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Matthew Genesis ski is no stranger to this list. He's in
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Duke me. Accounting sent separately this donation puts me
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henceforth no problem as Duke Matthew the anointed of Chicago
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good talk was do it again at Archduke Thanks, Matt. Love this
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guy doesn't mean we're gonna we're going to give you the
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title, whether you are
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well, there's something that needs to be discussed, which is
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which is he's never been knighted. So how can we get the
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dukedom but without ever going on that podium to get knighted?
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Why don't we instead Duke him into Duke? Okay, Maldives, but
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put him on the night table to do it. So he gets like, you know,
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got your hold on a second. Yes, we can do the math. Yeah, I
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think we can do that. Let me see. So instead, it's up to us.
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You know, I'll do this. I'll do this Geneseo skeet. We'll put
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him he's been up on the night tables definitely been
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contributing forever. Yeah. So whether he likes it or not.
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We're putting him there. Done. Consider it done.
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Onward with Sir Walkman, the Duke of Buckeye and he's in
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Louisville, Ohio. I think it's Lewisville. Could be Lewisville.
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Ohio could be merry christmas and thank you, Adam. You too
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John. Sure Walkman. The Duke of Buckeye he is in it. 500 bucks.
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We hit people in the mouth woohoo. Ah, there we go.
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I guess so I want to play a few clips about the border wall.
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Oh, good. Because I got some stuff on that too. That'll be
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good.
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Good. I have three clips I want to play because they're
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contrasty and contrasty. They're contrasty. So let's listen to
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border wall contracts. For starters,
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US Customs and Border Protection says it's accepting bids from
1:48:38
contractors for construction of barriers along the southern
1:48:41
border. Meanwhile, hundreds of migrants at the border are
1:48:45
weathering out harsh temperatures waiting for title
1:48:48
42 to be lifted so they can cross into the US.
1:48:53
UK there's contracts going out to put up border walls. How
1:48:59
about that, but I'm going to play before I play part two of
1:49:03
that clip. I want to play this clip, which is an Arizona report
1:49:07
from Democracy Now. Amy, and about taking the border wall
1:49:12
down. Listen to this.
1:49:13
Arizona's Republican Governor Doug Ducey has reached an
1:49:17
agreement with the federal government to dismantle his
1:49:20
illegal makeshift US Mexico border wall built with double
1:49:25
stacked shipping containers and razor wire. Do C's
1:49:30
administration has spent over $80 million on the project since
1:49:35
August, which he said was needed to fill in the gaps left by
1:49:38
former President Trump's incomplete border wall do si has
1:49:42
until January 4 to remove the barrier one day before he leaves
1:49:47
office.
1:49:48
What happens if he doesn't do it? As a federal he's going to
1:49:51
come and arrest him.
1:49:52
I don't know how he's gonna do it. Have you seen pictures of
1:49:55
these things? Man, it looks like the Great Wall of China. It does
1:50:00
Does it goes up and down is beautiful? It's actually very
1:50:04
creative. I thought I never even heard of this until this
1:50:08
lawsuit.
1:50:10
I have a question just a regular constitutional states rights
1:50:14
question. Do you not as a state have a right to do whatever the
1:50:19
heck you want? Can you just put up with things so if I just want
1:50:23
to put up i decided i right there in this line, I want to
1:50:25
put some, some razor wire and some stack some containers. why
1:50:30
don't why is that illegal?
1:50:32
I don't understand any of this. And so they're gonna take this
1:50:35
they spent 80 million to put up you're gonna take it down. Now
1:50:38
let's play part two of the other clip border wall two
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US Customs and Border Protection or CBP is accepting bids of up
1:50:46
to $400 million per task for the construction of barriers and
1:50:50
other infrastructure along the US Mexico border. The agency's
1:50:53
posting says it's awarding five year contracts involving design
1:50:57
and construction of border infrastructure, including border
1:50:59
barriers anti climb features enforcement zones, roads, gates,
1:51:03
bridges, drainage control, cattle guards, lighting
1:51:06
detection systems, cameras, towers and communication fiber.
1:51:09
The posting comes after the Biden administration this month
1:51:12
announced that it will start work to close gaps along the
1:51:14
border wall. Those gaps include seven in the border, Patrol's
1:51:18
Yuma, Arizona sector, one in the El Paso, Texas sector, new work
1:51:22
will also be performed in the San Diego sector, which covers
1:51:25
Western Arizona and part of eastern California. Construction
1:51:28
costs for each contract range from $50 million to $400
1:51:32
million.
1:51:33
Oh, okay. We have to take it down because we have our own
1:51:37
contractors, our favorites all lined up to take over. Is that
1:51:40
what I'm hearing?
1:51:42
This is the Biden crime family at work. Yes, that's exactly
1:51:47
what you're hearing.
1:51:49
Take your mind stories.
1:51:52
No. Well done. Well done.
1:51:56
But Yikes. Ah,
1:51:58
so it's an illegal border wall so that we can put up a legal
1:52:02
one. This is it's that's like the $10,000 toilet seat. It's
1:52:06
crazy. It's expected but it's crazy. Now I know where this
1:52:12
leads. because something happened yesterday that I I'm
1:52:19
seeing this it's going to happen all over Europe. And if we
1:52:22
continue to keep the US borders open and allow people to just
1:52:31
come in on mass and don't really have a place to put them because
1:52:34
you know we're bossing people around and it's ha we'll throw
1:52:38
them in San Diego. Throw them in LA, San Francisco haha, New
1:52:43
York. It's not really solving anything. This will be the
1:52:46
result what happened in Paris is coming to every country in
1:52:49
Europe and to the United States. If we keep this up.
1:52:52
Good morning today and classes once again breaking out between
1:52:55
protesters and police here where 1000s had gathered in support of
1:52:59
the Kurdish community. We just saw protesters charging police
1:53:02
this coming just a day after a gunman opened fire on a Kurdish
1:53:06
Cultural Center killing three people and injuring at least
1:53:09
three others they are now in stable condition a suspect was
1:53:12
arrested he is a 69 year old man who was under investigation for
1:53:17
allegedly attacking members of a migrant camp last December with
1:53:20
a sword official saying this attack this time around was
1:53:24
racially motivated and that he was clearly trying to target
1:53:27
foreigners now. Last night a vigil was held by members of the
1:53:30
Kurdish community that sadness turning to anger as protesters
1:53:34
clashed with police. Last night they were hurling objects at
1:53:37
police setting trash cans on fire and police firing back with
1:53:41
tear gas today clashes once again breaking out at this
1:53:45
demonstration we could feel tear gas in the air. Many pointing
1:53:49
out that Kurdish activists were also killed back in 2013. And
1:53:53
many questioning whether French officials are doing enough to
1:53:56
keep members of the Kurdish community safe here in Paris.
1:54:00
I don't think that these protests are just about keeping
1:54:03
the Kurdish community safe in Paris. No, people are sick and
1:54:07
tired of all European countries, just letting people come in and
1:54:13
giving them things giving them food, Dutch children, I'm just
1:54:17
going to take it to where I know what's going on. Dutch children
1:54:19
are going to school hungry never happened before that I can
1:54:22
remember. But the asylum seekers they get rooms on a cruise ship.
1:54:27
They get three main meals a day. And this is going to breed this
1:54:32
contempt and this is going to happen here as well. It's the
1:54:35
same thing. committed a crime was led out committed the same
1:54:39
crime committed another crime. People go apeshit over that.
1:54:43
The interior minister when he was at the scene, piecing things
1:54:48
together, he talks about this 69 year old retired train driver
1:54:52
who quote was clearly targeting foreigners, so nothing yet to
1:54:56
indicate that he was targeting the Kurdish community as such.
1:55:00
What is clear is that he was targeting foreigners
1:55:03
he has what the judicial jargon would be a racially motivated
1:55:09
antecedents meaning that where he has been on the record with
1:55:14
law enforcement authorities in the past that is involved,
1:55:17
violence against people he perceives as being foreigners,
1:55:22
the most recent obviously being almost a year ago exactly. Here
1:55:27
in also in central Paris area, an attacker with a knife, a
1:55:31
saber, actually against a migrant camp, for which he was
1:55:35
only recently and when I say recently, very recently, in the
1:55:38
past 15 days, freed from detention, which is obviously
1:55:42
something now also raising a lot of eyebrows in certain quarters
1:55:45
of the French political establishment. Why did he get
1:55:48
out what was the reasons for his release from detention was he
1:55:51
not still considered potentially dangerous given his past record,
1:55:55
he was not unknown to the police authorities. But it is important
1:55:58
as you did to stress fossa that at this moment, it's broadly
1:56:02
believed that he has had a record of attacking foreigners,
1:56:05
those he perceives as not being French on French, but not
1:56:10
specifically no hard link motive wise to attacking Kurds
1:56:14
specifically.
1:56:16
Thank you. Thank you. That is correct. It's really
1:56:20
interesting, the French, I mean, they're acting as if the French
1:56:23
should be all accepting and stuff. But you know, the French,
1:56:26
they're very nationalistic. Now, those have been they had their
1:56:31
own television standard C cam, when everyone had regular head
1:56:35
headlights on their cars, they had yellow, yellow, they had
1:56:38
yellow ones. You know, they
1:56:41
dropped that for some reason, I still can't understand what
1:56:44
European Union came in and made a big stink about it. But it
1:56:49
was, it was a real thing for a long time. But it's just it's
1:56:52
like, what this is part of the great reset, it has to be to let
1:56:57
someone out 15 days after they've already committed a
1:57:00
similar crime. And the guy hates foreigners. Yes, this is what
1:57:06
you get. Yeah, I just go back to the Netherlands for a second. I
1:57:10
told you. I think we discussed briefly that now. The Dutch are
1:57:15
admitting that they were a part of of slavery and reparations
1:57:21
are on deck and this has been going on for years and years and
1:57:24
years. It started with the black Pete's interclass and the Black
1:57:29
Pete and it was racist. And that brought up the racist history of
1:57:34
the Netherlands which no one has ever heard of you never heard of
1:57:37
the Dutch being a bunch of racist dicks, who actually
1:57:40
transported slaves. But now we have to apologize.
1:57:44
In an effort to come to terms with its colonial past colonial
1:57:48
past, the Netherlands has apologized for its role in
1:57:51
slavery. The country once had an extensive colonial empire in
1:57:56
Southeast Asia, Africa and the Americas. Hundreds of 1000s of
1:58:00
people were enslaved and sold by Dutch merchants over centuries.
1:58:04
Now the Dutch government is planning to invest in education
1:58:07
and awareness programs to call racism but the apology was not
1:58:12
welcomed by everyone.
1:58:14
An apology for slavery, that some say is long overdue,
1:58:18
or student posthumous posthumously to all enslave
1:58:21
people worldwide be able to suffer from those actions
1:58:24
humbled to their daughters and sons have been built into all
1:58:26
their descendants until today.
1:58:31
But ever since it became known that this apology would take
1:58:34
place. There has been controversy surrounding it.
1:58:37
First, there's the timing groups and certain and for example, the
1:58:41
former colony of the Netherlands say they would have much rather
1:58:44
had it on July 1 2023, which marks 150 years of the abolition
1:58:49
of slavery there.
1:58:52
The way it's presented it, no, we don't accept the apology.
1:58:56
And there's what happens after the apology. The Dutch
1:58:58
government says it will dedicate around 210 million US dollars to
1:59:03
raise awareness about the history of slavery here in the
1:59:05
Netherlands, and another 28 million to build a slavery
1:59:08
Museum. Because of advocacy groups welcomed the idea of
1:59:13
this, but they say it is also time to have a conversation
1:59:16
about recreations freeze,
1:59:17
from my understanding does not include direct payments to
1:59:22
descendants who are have worked families or ancestors were
1:59:26
enslaved. I think that's still questions that are being that
1:59:28
are being asked and not yet the answer.
1:59:31
To after all, the slave trade funded the so called Golden Age
1:59:35
in the Netherlands by exploiting some 600,000 people between the
1:59:40
17th and 19th centuries, and the
1:59:42
template for this and this happened I want to say 25 years
1:59:47
ago, all Jews in Europe descendants of up do you think
1:59:55
was just if you're Jewish, you're automatically descendant
1:59:58
of the Holocaust and There was a lot of money they got paid a
2:00:02
lot. And so that's what everyone is going to be measuring this
2:00:06
by. And so right now it's the slaves but then it's going to be
2:00:10
you enslaved the Indonesians you enslaved you know, which is true
2:00:17
but now now it's it's just it's this is how it all this is how
2:00:21
it starts
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I don't know what to make of it
2:00:28
well, it's it's uh yeah I don't know what to make of it either
2:00:34
other than that it's going to happen is going to happen that's
2:00:37
just a money grab Come on.
2:00:38
Yeah but you want to go up there and say it's just a money grab.
2:00:42
You wanna you want to try that money grab that works out for
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you
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sit here a lot of people throwing tomatoes at me. But
2:00:54
okay, let's talk a little bit I got a bunch of clips on the the
2:00:59
J six report came out during our show. Yes, yes, yes. During our
2:01:04
show on Thursday and so I got some clips about it. I got some
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AMY GOODMAN clips is the best person you want to listen to
2:01:11
because she's not gonna like Donald Trump much but she knows
2:01:14
she probably should. Cuz he's against the man. Yeah, let's go
2:01:18
with the G I'm gonna play these clips. Let's start with J six.
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Report. Number one,
2:01:22
the House Select Committee is urging Congress to consider
2:01:25
barring Trump and other people involved in the insurrection
2:01:29
from holding public office citing the 14th amendment.
2:01:33
Ah, there it is. How does that work with the 14th amendment?
2:01:37
Let's Let's analyze this. Let's open up the 14th amendment.
2:01:41
Okay, and you discuss all right. It's the whole thing. But what
2:01:48
am I why are we even let's just consult the open AI chat.
2:01:53
Oh, what's that first? Yeah.
2:01:55
What is what is the question? What do I want to ask it?
2:01:58
How does the 14th Amendment keep Donald Trump from running for
2:02:02
office? Oh, good.
2:02:03
One amendment keep Donald Trump running for office. Oh, I'm
2:02:10
excited about this. I want to make sure I spelled everything
2:02:13
right, more or less. Okay, running for office. Here we go.
2:02:17
Let's see. The 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution
2:02:21
does not specifically address the issue of presidential
2:02:23
candidates or election. However, it does contain a provision
2:02:26
known as the Equal Protection Clause, which states that no
2:02:30
state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction the
2:02:33
equal protection of the laws. This clause has been interpreted
2:02:36
by courts to mean that states must apply the law equally and
2:02:39
cannot discriminate against other against certain
2:02:41
individuals or groups including on the basis of race, ethnicity,
2:02:44
religion or other characteristics. It is worth a
2:02:48
poem. It is worth noting the 14th amendment has no direct
2:02:51
bearing on the eligibility of presidential candidates or their
2:02:54
ability to run for office. The requirements for becoming
2:02:57
president are outlined in Article Two of the Constitution
2:03:00
and include being a natural born citizen being at least 35 years
2:03:03
old, had been losing Isay for 14 years. There's no requirement
2:03:06
that a presidential candidate must be protected by the equal
2:03:09
protection clause of the 14th Amendment in order to run for
2:03:12
office.
2:03:13
I'm impressed I'm impressed too,
2:03:15
because this thing basically said no. Bull crap bullcrap.
2:03:20
It's bull crap. Let me just say she is it bull crap. Question
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mark because it's a chat. I'm sorry, but I'm not sure what
2:03:27
you're asking about home. Well, yeah. Okay, nevermind.
2:03:31
Okay, so it's bull crap. And we're going to do it a dig, dig
2:03:33
trying to push this and it was like that. And of course, Amy
2:03:37
did not question this any remedy. The dumb AI robot did a
2:03:42
better job. Yes, unbelievable. The robot wins. Let's go to clip
2:03:48
two.
2:03:48
The January 6 committee is also calling for reforms to the
2:03:52
Electoral College certification process and expanded efforts by
2:03:56
the government to combat far right and white supremacist
2:03:59
groups who played a key role in the January 6 insurrection. The
2:04:04
report documents how many of the first riders to break into the
2:04:08
Capitol on January 6 were members of the proud boys, three
2:04:12
percenters believers of the Q anon conspiracy theories and
2:04:16
other white nationalists. The report was issued Thursday
2:04:19
night, three days after the House Select Committee voted to
2:04:22
refer Donald Trump to the Justice Department for criminal
2:04:26
prosecution.
2:04:27
And I asked the dumb bot can trump run for president in 2024.
2:04:32
Just to offset AMI, answer under the United States Constitution.
2:04:36
Any natural born citizen who meets the age and residency
2:04:38
requirements is eligible to run for the office of president
2:04:40
there are no provisions in the Constitution that would
2:04:42
disqualify someone from running for president based on their
2:04:45
past actions or conduct. Therefore, it is technically
2:04:48
possible for former President Donald Trump to run for
2:04:51
president again in 2024. Assuming he meets the
2:04:54
eligibility requirements outlined in the Constitution, it
2:04:57
is worth noting this is a computer's is funny. It is worth
2:05:00
noting that whether or not Trump will actually run for president
2:05:02
again in 2024 is a question that only he can answer. Well, you
2:05:07
should you silly but he already answered that there's been much
2:05:10
speculation about his plans, but at this time is not clear what
2:05:13
his intentions are. You're behind bought back
2:05:17
behind about too many eggs bought bad Bumblebee budget bus,
2:05:22
oh, it's gonna be about a month behind.
2:05:23
I said bad bot and it says I apologize if my response was not
2:05:27
helpful. As an artificial intelligence. I'm not capable of
2:05:30
having personal feelings or intentions. Okay.
2:05:33
So they bring they bring in this guy, John Nichols from the
2:05:36
nation. And he's gonna now we're going to discuss because he
2:05:40
analyzed the J six, Utah Yes. And he's going to tell us what
2:05:44
he thinks. And of course, it's all, you know, Trump should have
2:05:47
been shot according to him. But let's go J six report, John
2:05:51
Nichols nation DN? Well, there
2:05:53
it is a significant report. There's simply no question, Amy.
2:05:56
It, it is very long. It has an immense amount of detail. And I
2:06:00
think one of the most striking things is the clarity with which
2:06:04
this report says what committee chair Bennie Thompson has been
2:06:08
saying, since the start of their public hearings, and that is
2:06:11
that this was a coup attempt, and that Donald Trump was at the
2:06:16
center of it, the report comes back to this again and again and
2:06:19
again.
2:06:23
So the whole preoccupation, this is the whole left, the whole
2:06:26
left believes this. And the right thing, and it was just
2:06:31
like some sort of a riot, coordinated by the FBI gone bad.
2:06:36
But okay, let's go to part two of this guy.
2:06:41
Propose taking steps that will allow to have much more clarity,
2:06:46
as regards article 14, section three of the Constitution, which
2:06:50
says that a office holder who supports an insurrection or
2:06:54
gives aid and comfort to an insurrection participates in an
2:06:58
insurrection can be barred from office. And so they want to give
2:07:01
clarity to that to that so that Congress can act on that issue
2:07:06
in the future. Now, all of this takes us back me to the reality
2:07:10
that this Congress, particularly the Senate failed back in
2:07:14
February of 2021. In the impeachment process, had Donald
2:07:19
Trump been convicted by the Senate, then we would have had
2:07:23
clarity on on these issues at that point, because that didn't
2:07:27
happen. Now. We have a series of recommendations, which in some
2:07:31
ways are an admission that Congress doesn't think that the
2:07:35
impeachment process probably will ever work. So they want to
2:07:37
have another vehicle to bar those who participate in
2:07:40
insurrections
2:07:42
DC saying Article Three, section two
2:07:45
of the Constitution. This is bullcrap, I think is all
2:07:50
bullcrap by this guy. But you can see that he's not. He
2:07:53
doesn't like the Constitution doesn't like anything. When you
2:07:55
listen to the wishes, one of my points about the whole thing,
2:07:59
yes, listen to the last clip from this guy, and you're gonna
2:08:01
see where he's coming from, and why, you know, he should not be
2:08:05
listened to his demise will be like Fareed Zakaria, let's just
2:08:09
pick off the Constitution aside and write something new that we
2:08:13
can rewrite every year.
2:08:14
The final thing I'll mention, as regards the recommendations, and
2:08:17
it's a disappointment on my part, is that the committee did
2:08:21
not make a clear statement that the electoral college should be
2:08:25
abolished. Because the electoral college is the root of a lot of
2:08:30
these problems. I think not this, you know, convoluted, you
2:08:34
know, masa system, which has, you know, the votes being
2:08:38
counted at certain points and then transferred to Congress and
2:08:42
all that created the real opening for Donald Trump and his
2:08:45
allies to do the things that they did. And, and I think that
2:08:49
while abolishing the electoral college would be difficult. It's
2:08:52
something that clearly the committee should have
2:08:54
recommended.
2:08:55
Okay. That makes sense. So what they really want to do is just
2:09:00
get rid of the Electoral College, that yeah, the safety
2:09:03
valve of Americans
2:09:04
fail to keep us from having President Al Gore, and to keep
2:09:08
us from having President Hillary Clinton it was a mechanism put
2:09:12
in place for the purposes of keeping people like that from
2:09:15
winning the presidency. And it works fine. And but they want to
2:09:24
get rid of it because they think that you know, a national vote
2:09:27
and national government and national this state should go to
2:09:30
by the way, the same people that feel the electoral college
2:09:33
should be ousted. Also don't believe in states rights and
2:09:37
think we should be just a nation.
2:09:39
Yeah, one nation under god indivisible, with a with a
2:09:42
Federal
2:09:43
Police Department to federal rallies.
2:09:46
Yeah, they'd love that. That's a long that's a long shot, though.
2:09:50
I mean, that's not that's not something you're going to fix in
2:09:53
in the remaining two years.
2:09:56
You know, it's never going to get to get to that is going to
2:09:59
take I don't know White but it's nothing on the horizon. Living
2:10:03
in a dream world event planners,
2:10:05
I do have an ABC report on this. I do have I do have and I do
2:10:09
believe it's good by John. Carl. Thanks. Thanks for nailing me on
2:10:12
that but go ahead.
2:10:15
The January 6 committee's final report
2:10:17
what's bad Tina did that to me the other day, she interrupted
2:10:21
me and said go ahead and watch.
2:10:26
The show tomorrow, January 6 committee's final report details
2:10:30
Donald Trump's plan to overturn the 2020 presidential election
2:10:34
and it recommends that he not be allowed to run for office ever
2:10:38
again. And it's 845 Page final report. That January 6 committee
2:10:44
says the violence that day was the fault of one man, the
2:10:48
crescendo of Donald Trump's quote multipart plan to overturn
2:10:52
the 2020 presidential election.
2:10:54
I love the crescendo of his multipart plan. That's
2:10:56
beautiful,
2:10:58
capping 18 months of investigation. The January 6
2:11:01
committee's report lays out that plan in meticulous detail,
2:11:05
mirroring their dramatic public hearings and offering some
2:11:08
additional new details making several recommendations the
2:11:11
boldest that Donald Trump and others who engaged in
2:11:14
insurrection, be disqualified and barred from holding
2:11:18
government office.
2:11:19
No man who would behave that way at that moment in time can ever
2:11:25
serve in any position of authority in our nation. Again,
2:11:29
he is unfit for any office.
2:11:32
committee's recommended reforms include changes to the law on
2:11:36
certifying the presidential election, and increased
2:11:39
penalties for threatening that process and for threatening
2:11:42
election workers. Over the course of eight chapters, that
2:11:45
committee describes Trump's plan from his constant lies about
2:11:49
elections that his own advisers repeatedly told him were false
2:11:53
to the pressure he and his allies put on nearly 200 state
2:11:57
level officials to overturn the election results. When that
2:12:00
effort failed. Trump then turned to his supporters.
2:12:03
In the end, he summoned a mob to Washington and knowingly they
2:12:08
were on and angry, pointed them to the Capitol until they
2:12:13
were armed, armed and angry
2:12:16
200 state level officials to overturn the election results.
2:12:21
When that effort failed, Trump then turned to his supporters.
2:12:24
In the end, he summoned a mob to Washington and knowingly they
2:12:29
were on and angry, pointed them to the capitol and told him to
2:12:35
fight
2:12:35
like hell.
2:12:36
The report is roadmap not just for the American public, but for
2:12:40
history. And for prosecutors. The committee is also releasing
2:12:44
1000s of pages of transcripts of witness interviews, and other
2:12:48
evidence. This is
2:12:49
fantastic. They are going to sigh up the entire world,
2:12:53
certainly the American public into believing that there's a
2:12:56
legal way to stop Trump from running for office or anybody
2:13:02
who was a part of the insurrection. This cannot end
2:13:07
well. This this is a time bomb. And I don't even think Trump
2:13:13
would win if he if he runs. But as to to stop him and others
2:13:19
from running for office. This can only lead to Parisian
2:13:25
reactions. Do you not think well, they
2:13:29
can't stop anybody. This is bull crap. They can't get the you
2:13:32
know, they're not a criminal operation, that ledge is their
2:13:35
legislators that put this thing together and they sent a little
2:13:39
No, I know recom I know a recommendation.
2:13:42
But I know that but there's they're saying the Justice
2:13:45
Department has to do that. So it would
2:13:47
the US Department can't do that either. It's illegal.
2:13:49
I know. It's legal, but doesn't mean that they won't do it.
2:13:52
They won't do it. Nuts.
2:13:55
They're not they're gonna try everything they can't.
2:13:58
Why? Well, yeah, that's true. I'm not going to argue about
2:14:00
they're not going to try everything they can including
2:14:02
just but it's just all trying to just create bad publicity and
2:14:06
trying to make Trump look like a band. You don't
2:14:09
you don't you just said yourself that these people are all in
2:14:11
they completely believe it. Yeah, yeah. So what I think a
2:14:15
majority of the country, the vocal majority, let's put it
2:14:20
that way. will say Oh, yeah, no, that's it can't run. It's and we
2:14:24
agree. We agree with the Justice Department Merrick Garland. He
2:14:26
said it in fact, this is unprecedented historic.
2:14:30
The committee says it hopes its final report and its public
2:14:33
hearings are just the beginning and initial step. They have also
2:14:37
recommended criminal charges for Donald Trump and others in his
2:14:40
inner circle. Of course, that decision is entirely up to the
2:14:44
Justice Department, which has its own investigation well
2:14:47
underway. Well,
2:14:48
that historic initial step, John, Carl, thank you very much.
2:14:53
Historic,
2:14:53
you know, you and I should probably start recommending
2:14:56
criminal proceedings for the Justice Department, the Biden
2:15:00
Crime found using the same using the same rationale? Well, you
2:15:03
know, they could take it or leave it, which is what the real
2:15:07
what is what Carl's really saying there? They recommended
2:15:10
the Justice Department do but they can take it or leave it.
2:15:13
Yeah.
2:15:14
They'll they'll take well, when it comes down to do when it
2:15:17
comes to the justice system in the United States, we're seeing
2:15:22
a lot of things that are, I think, out of the ordinary this.
2:15:27
This Arizona governor race with Carrie lake, it was pretty,
2:15:30
pretty tight 17,000 vote difference. And you know, now
2:15:35
this there's all kinds and by the way, she she didn't win her
2:15:38
lawsuit to overturn the insurrection eyes that election.
2:15:45
Yeah, here's a quick clip
2:15:46
to politics. Now tonight Republican Carrie Lake has lost
2:15:49
her bid to overturn her loss and Arizona's governor's race. A
2:15:52
judge said that leg did not provide evidence that the
2:15:55
election was stolen. The official count shows like loss
2:15:58
of Democrat Katie Hobbs by about 17,000 votes.
2:16:01
And I agree there's no evidence that was presented that showed
2:16:04
it was stolen. Stolen. That's the key word. But there was a
2:16:09
lot of weird stuff like ballot that had different sizes. So
2:16:14
they would either not be scanned or be shrunken down it could it
2:16:18
could provide for a device
2:16:19
just it's a pot full of every every every every training trick
2:16:24
in the book.
2:16:25
You've heard testimony where you hear from Mr. Jarrett's
2:16:28
testimony. Yes, sir, I was. And did you hear Mr. Gera testify
2:16:32
that in the November 2022 general election, a 20 inch
2:16:36
ballot was used? Yes, sir. I did with a 19 inch ballot image
2:16:41
projected on a 20 inch piece of paper used in the election in
2:16:45
Maricopa for November 2020. To have when it was placed into one
2:16:51
of these votes, Senator tabulator.
2:16:53
It would cause it to be rejected.
2:16:58
Anyway, doesn't matter. There you go. So they'll do that. And
2:17:02
there's there's an interesting there's no outrage. Not real
2:17:06
outrage, but it's coming. Very sad. Very sad. What's happening
2:17:10
here. There's also no outrage, a mascot. So amazing to watch all
2:17:17
these people sucking up to the Lensky I you know, it looked to
2:17:20
me, like Zelinsky came to DC in Air Force Two. I saw him getting
2:17:26
off Air Force Two. Did we fly that guy in?
2:17:31
I this? I don't know. I do have one. Zelinsky supercut. Okay.
2:17:37
Yes, I've seen this one. It's good.
2:17:39
And politicians and the press often toss around.
2:17:42
I because when they steal from us, we're never credited now.
2:17:47
This supercut appeared on Tucker Carlson. Yes. So I want to make
2:17:50
sure that the credit is those words to do.
2:17:53
Politicians in the press often toss around comparisons to
2:17:56
Winston Churchill, but this time moneth cigar and the whiskey. It
2:17:59
fits
2:18:00
President Biden face to face with a man who was who has drawn
2:18:04
comparisons to Winston Churchill. And in a dramatic
2:18:07
wartime appearance reminiscent of Winston Churchill in World
2:18:10
War Two. This was historic. Some people have compared it to when
2:18:15
Churchill came
2:18:15
Zelinsky is very much acting in the Churchillian tradition, a
2:18:21
Chilean moment.
2:18:22
He is a modern Western Churchill with an iPhone,
2:18:25
someone who probably is the most courageous and inspirational
2:18:29
leader since Winston Churchill. Winston Churchill stood
2:18:32
generations ago.
2:18:34
So two
2:18:37
presidents President Solinsky stands.
2:18:39
So you're almost saying this lesson said
2:18:40
a harder job than Churchill is exactly what I'm saying.
2:18:44
historical figure, this guy actually can be compared to
2:18:48
Winston Churchill to Lincoln in 1860.
2:18:52
Man, were there Republicans in that bunch, too. They must be
2:18:56
well,
2:18:56
technically. Margaret Hoover was in there. The Council on Foreign
2:19:03
Relations spook that's got her own show. And she was nodding
2:19:07
her head and going on about his she's doing his job as harder.
2:19:11
Winston Churchill.
2:19:13
I just love the Churchillian. It just sounds cool at Churchill.
2:19:16
He is great. He's very Churchillian. Let's listen to
2:19:19
Zelinsky now that he's back home, this is coming to us from
2:19:22
ABC
2:19:23
we do move now to the latest on the war.
2:19:24
We do move now. Now this is even better. I do believe now. I
2:19:27
think we should we should introduce this election ago.
2:19:30
Now. You have to add a now to do so whatever you do. I do think
2:19:35
now. I do believe now.
2:19:37
We do move now to the latest on the war in Ukraine and President
2:19:40
Zelensky back home from his historic visit to Washington.
2:19:44
The country now facing a tough winter as the fighting with
2:19:46
Russia stretches into its 11th month Britt Clinet is on the
2:19:50
ground there in Ukraine with more brick Good morning.
2:19:53
Good morning wet yeah fresh from that very important trip state
2:19:56
sides Lenski is now back here in Ukraine with the extra you is
2:20:00
backing at $1.8 billion in a video message saying he's
2:20:04
returning with good results with things that will really help and
2:20:07
thanking the Biden administration. Solinsky also
2:20:10
getting a boost from the g7 this morning announcing $32 billion
2:20:15
in economic support. And as that worldwide aid comes, that
2:20:19
Russia's resources are depleting, and Moscow appears to
2:20:22
be growing more reliant on private military company, the
2:20:25
Wagner group, the US now confirming it received weapons
2:20:29
to help Putin's war from North Korea, something Pyongyang
2:20:33
denies. Now this is fighting in the East rages on both sides
2:20:37
claiming they've caused heavy casualties there. And Putin also
2:20:40
saying he wants the war to end as quickly as possible. Now,
2:20:44
that's the first time he's called it a war instead of a
2:20:47
special military operation. Is this another sign of an
2:20:50
escalation?
2:20:51
This is incredible to me. If you're reporting that he wants
2:20:55
to end the war, your obvious next line is well, he's he's
2:21:02
finally calling it a war. And he did. How about let's stop this?
2:21:08
Insanity? No, none of that.
2:21:12
But that's also some insanity within the reporting. When did
2:21:17
Russia lose all its ability to make armaments? They still got
2:21:22
Sukhoi and they got to the bomb they got there's a bunch of jets
2:21:28
they make they make planes I think either yet she's thought
2:21:31
that one jet maker there's a bunch and they make they still
2:21:34
make the rocket engines for the world even though we Rocketdyne
2:21:38
make some but they got our nuclear fuel. And they got our
2:21:42
nuclear nuclear plant can't even say it fuel. And they can't make
2:21:47
a bullet. They can't they have to get weapons from North Korea.
2:21:50
Does this make any sense?
2:21:52
No. And if and if the US media, mainstream media was honest, and
2:21:57
they would have played a little bit of what Putin said and what
2:22:01
the Kremlin is talking about. We don't get that from US media. We
2:22:05
get it from the Turks TRT, the US
2:22:07
remains Ukraine's biggest single supplier of weapons and money.
2:22:10
Zielinski told his people, it had been a good trip over them.
2:22:15
We are coming with good results once that will really help. When
2:22:19
we say patriots in Ukraine and in the US, we mean the
2:22:23
protection of State and the people. This issue is solved.
2:22:27
There was also financial support. There are other
2:22:30
agreements. We will speak about them later.
2:22:34
Not surprisingly reaction in Moscow to Zelensky his us visit
2:22:38
has been negative. President Putin accused the US of
2:22:41
conducting a proxy war and risking escalation with this new
2:22:46
weapons supplies, but then appear to discount the
2:22:49
effectiveness of the Patriot
2:22:50
Mr. Stop for a second. Please note that the ABC report said he
2:22:54
referred to it as a war. The Turkish radio and television
2:22:58
report that he said it was a proxy wars ma slight difference
2:23:03
there but an obfuscation ABC.
2:23:05
Not surprisingly reaction in Moscow does the lens gives us
2:23:09
visit has been negative. President Putin accused the US
2:23:12
of conducting a proxy war and risking escalation with this new
2:23:17
weapons supplies, but then appeared to discount the
2:23:20
effectiveness of the Patriot missile systems. Just grant row
2:23:24
Kieve Yeah, it's a
2:23:26
fairly old system. It doesn't work like our s 300. We'll put
2:23:31
our opponents say it's a defensive weapon. Yeah. Okay.
2:23:34
We'll keep that in mind. And there is always an antidote. So
2:23:38
each deployment will be in vain. It will only prolong the
2:23:41
conflict.
2:23:42
Now, let's not report on that people. Well, we
2:23:46
remember the days of the Patriot missiles after the Scud, just
2:23:50
this got the duds, the Scud
2:23:52
guys versus the Patriots was no good. Those discards were funny.
2:23:57
And the page
2:23:58
I was I was in Israel shortly after that. War broke out in the
2:24:03
Scottson. The Patriots are going after each other. And I was told
2:24:07
that the Israelis were sitting outside watching because it was
2:24:10
a highly entertaining fireworks display. Yes, because this guy's
2:24:14
would go up at a pager so never hit him with a blow up and make
2:24:17
a nice explosion. That's God's he said all this supposed to do.
2:24:22
This guy says he knew. He says all the scouts that was supposed
2:24:26
to be knocked down by the pagers. None of them were they
2:24:28
were just no good and they blew up on their own.
2:24:32
They embedded themselves headfirst into the ground and
2:24:35
did nothing off and we saw a lot of that and then you'd have just
2:24:38
shots over and over and over of this and this is the sound from
2:24:42
that from that era. Yeah, America.
2:24:54
All right. Yeah. I've got one more. I only have one more Super
2:24:58
Cup which also took Tucker
2:25:00
Oh, I mean, you've been all over Tucker and aliens over same
2:25:04
show. What are you doing? What are you doing, man? Amy?
2:25:09
I want to see what they're stealing from us. They wouldn't
2:25:13
actually. Yeah, they want to see what there's taken from us and I
2:25:17
want to get if they have the supercars concert, you know,
2:25:19
super concerts are entertaining lately. Why mock the media, but
2:25:24
this one is actually got Tucker on it. And it's not as much of a
2:25:27
super cut as a funny cut. And this is about banksman. Fried.
2:25:33
And how and how the C, NBC crew we're so in love with this guy
2:25:39
because I don't Yeah, and I don't know why. Because he's,
2:25:43
you know, sketchy to begin with, but they were just falling all
2:25:45
over themselves. And the worst case was Jim Cramer.
2:25:50
They fell in love with Sam bank and they wanted to be sandpaper
2:25:53
and fried. They told the same bank when free was the new JP
2:25:56
Morgan. Here's a tape we're going to watch at least once a
2:26:00
month for the rest of our lives. It's that good.
2:26:03
They call them the JP Morgan of crypto, right?
2:26:07
Yeah. the Michael Jordan of crypto if you will
2:26:11
hear about a floppy haired Negan switches spinning crypto
2:26:14
billionaire who occasionally sleeps on a beanbag chair.
2:26:18
During the so called crypto winter. The 30 year old CEO has
2:26:21
been referred to as Kryptos White Knight
2:26:23
JP Morgan position ratio, Sam bank and freetds fts. Is he the
2:26:30
Jay Gould of our era or is he the JP Morgan?
2:26:34
I think it's yet to be determined
2:26:36
yet to be Vanderbilt. He could be inherited possibly is the
2:26:42
credit beaubier scandal see Carnegie
2:26:47
libraries Yes.
2:26:49
Oh man they don't have the one where he cries right where he
2:26:52
says I was wrong. They didn't put that in the supercut that's
2:26:55
too bad. Kramer was I was rooms
2:26:58
creamer did this with what it was like? Bear Stearns he was
2:27:02
encouraged same
2:27:03
thing. Yeah, exactly. I
2:27:05
mean, I don't know how long I mean, I don't like Cramer. When
2:27:11
I was doing spots for CNBC, he would always hog the airtime I'm
2:27:18
sure he's a dick. And I'm sure he is and this this continuous
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kind of mistake. CNBC and these financial operations that pick
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stocks for you they're not supposed to be so unscoped
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tickle of a guy like this. Who is an obvious freak of some sort
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and fall over themselves like that they should do a little
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work maybe and den and warn people. Guys who do all the work
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and warn people are off never on CNBC. Oh, please.
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This is not what I think the reason why I was falling fawning