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1519: Freeze Peach

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Yeah, hall monitor.
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Adam curry
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Jhansi Dvorak, Sunday, January 8 2023. This is your award
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winning keep our nation media assassination episode 1519
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This is no agenda armed with
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AI antidote and broadcasting live from the heart of the Texas
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hill country here in the region number six in the morning,
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everybody. I'm Adam curry
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from Northern Silicon Valley where I have to report it's
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sunny. I'm Jhansi Dvorak
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buzzkill
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I don't understand how that can be I'm literally reading the
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right here bomb cyclone two inundate California again.
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Again, has it happened is your bomb in a torrential rain? The
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atmospheric rivers as yours is it happening?
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Well it grains on and off right now it's sunny.
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But no I mean atmospheric river bomb cyclone don't rains on and
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off is not the same thing.
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Well, what we're getting is it rains on and off. Now it may be
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a bomb cyclone someplace maybe in northern, the northern Bay
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Areas like Santa Rosa might be raining. But no, it's coming.
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They come in these little waves wavelets and last night was a
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good one. So I'm looking at my Microsoft's got this built in
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weather thing is they pay for somebody to do it.
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Yeah. So they can track you with your location and how you're
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feeling about everything. Now you type
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in a city you want to be anywhere. So I'm running a VPN
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out of Argentina. No, yeah,
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that's not suspicious. Okay, all right. All right. How's How's
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Google looking? How does this How does Microsoft Bing look for
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you? Is it in Spanish and Brazilian and Portuguese?
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times it does. It figures it out. It says Oh, so you want
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your prices in Argentinian pesos? And you're like, holy
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moly. Like a $28 sweater is like 18,000 pesos. So I am I'm
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looking last night because it's because I'm trying to finish
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things up. So oh my god, I better get this done because
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it's starting at 11 o'clock. There will be thunderstorms.
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violent thunderstorms from 11 Wait a minute, and they're gonna
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be at midnight 1234 until five in the morning. Okay, so it's
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rain. It's windy. It is windy. It says as windy. very windy.
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Blustery. Blustery. It was windy here. Okay, so not blustery. It
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just windy. Yeah. So as windy and so it rains a little bit.
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And then I have this contradictory information. I
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look at just the maps of the clouds and cloud for me to go
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by. It stops and it stops raining completely at about 11.
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And then I figured well, I guess there's gonna be thunderstorms,
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which I guess can happen without rain. Even though it's weird.
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Nothing. It just was nothing. It was a big dud. And I woke up it
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was sunny, I still kind of boots on the ground.
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Right. So well done. I minus we'll get into my two killer
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clips for today right off the bat. Because you know the guy
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who told us this would all happen and was so correct. For
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decades as Paul Ehrlich have had I've had a thing in my craw,
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what kind of thing would it have in my craw he'd have sent me
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across I mean, my craw about him. This is a Paul Ehrlich in
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2020. This is mid to or right in the beginning of the pandemic.
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And just listen to what he says because he brings it all
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together you know population climate extinction, every
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everything that you'd have you drowning right now, of course,
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the situation of the human population and the populations,
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our life support systems, the other organisms of the planet
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are tied together very closely. And we're in the middle of a
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pandemic, which is tied to both amazingly and not amazing. In
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other words, the size of our population has made us extremely
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vulnerable to epidemic disease, because the bigger the
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population, the bigger the chance that a virus or a
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bacterium can transfer into our population from other animals,
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cold and remain the fact that we have because of our population
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size, destroy the habitats of many other organisms,
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particularly animals. of larger animals. We have made the
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conditions much better for things like rodents, which are
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wonderful carriers of the kinds of disease, the transfer to us.
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And we have furthermore have a large population that tries to
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extract animals from their natural Draw habitats and put
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them into markets, classically in China and Southeast Asia,
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where you have the so called wet markets, where you get
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everything from civet cats to pangolins, to bats and so on,
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which are carriers of viruses that love to transfer to human
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beings. We're in the middle of the sixth mass extinction of the
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biodiversity. Yeah, on the planet, the only one of the six
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extinctions where we know exactly what the causes and the
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causes the size and activities of the human population.
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So that was Paul Ehrlich, just two and a half years ago, I was
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lucky enough to come into possession of a video tape
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recording of Mr. Paul Ehrlich in 1970. On the last show, we had a
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lot of fun reading some of the articles but nothing really
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matches the the splendor of his predictions in 1970. So that is,
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what does that, Susan 5050 years prior to the clearly the three
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to be exact the bull crap he was just spouting? Because it wasn't
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a wet market, it wasn't a pangolin. We all know what went
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down. Now, it's pretty much been admitted. But here's how
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accurate he was 53 years ago,
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what disasters do you see if we don't change our ways? Well,
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we're losing 10 to 20 million people a year to data to
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starvation right now, that's a big disaster already. And that
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will inevitably increase worldwide worldwide. Oh, and in
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the United States, too. We are very close to a famine disaster
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in United States, because of the things that air pollution is
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doing to change the weather, we have been trained to series of
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weather changes, which now looks like we may have a very serious,
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very large weather change United States which of course, will
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hurt our agriculture tremendously. So we're close to
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famine, the United States who were very close to a worldwide
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plague that could kill virtually everybody we just met in 1967.
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And this was something that concerns biologists a great deal
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that if we got a plague, we're all gonna die, the denser, the
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larger, the weaker the population gets, the more we are
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set up for a virus, it'll just run through and it'll be so long
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for three quarters of the people didn't happen. And of course,
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every person you add to the planet increases and every bit
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of pollution, you add, also increases the chances of a
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thermonuclear war and makes its results worse, because the
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thermonuclear war of course, we would wreck the ecology in a way
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that we haven't managed with our, with our little efforts so
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far, so that the disaster will take the form of famine, plague
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or war there mankind's old companions. Fundamentally, you
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just gotta remember this. There's no way out of the
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arithmetic, there will never be 7 billion people in the year
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2000.
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Never, never, ever, will there be 7 billion people by the year
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2003 will
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take the form of famine, plague or war there mankind's old
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companions. Fundamentally, you just gotta remember this.
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There's no way out of the arithmetic, there will never be
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7 billion people in the year 2000. Okay. The only question
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is, why won't there be 7 billion people in the FBI? Because we
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have so many people die off of those things? Or will it be
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because we have managed to bring the birth rate down along with
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ah, I believe somewhere you have given 1972 As a point of no
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return no
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return?
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Yeah, it's a point of no return. Because if we don't have a
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responsible government by then we gotta wait four more years.
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Now listen
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to this, this is this is the giveaway. He doesn't do it this
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way anymore. He gives 1972 As the year that there's no return.
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Because he's not a scientist. He's a political operative.
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That's what that's his job is to get a the president he wants in
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the office. Yeah, it's a point of no return. Because if we
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don't have a responsible government by then we gotta wait
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four more years before we can get one. And that's just too
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long to wait. In other words, because of all the lag time and
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so on, if we can't get moving in that direction in 1970, and get
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a president by 1972, then it's just hopeless. My own feeling is
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that that's that should be our watershed, if, in 1972, things
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are still being run the same old way that at least as far as I'm
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concerned, the bowl game will be over. I got to point out that
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many of my colleagues think it's already over. I'm I'm considered
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a pessimist by the public and an optimist by many of my
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colleagues, and the future will tell if there is a future.
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That's right.
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From beginning to end, Ehrlich, you're full of crap. been wrong
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for five decades. And the guy is still on all the science,
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advisory panels and everything. It's unbelievable. It's
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beyond me how this can happen.
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Well, it's happening today. This is the latest video from the
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World Health Organization. So there's music and it's edited,
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but it is from their official Twitter account. Ladies and
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gentlemen, meet the new Paul Ehrlich, your friend of mine,
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Peter Hotep Hotez,
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we have to recognize that anti vaccine activism, which actually
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call anti science aggression, has now become a major killing
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force globally, during the COVID pandemic in the United States.
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200,000 Americans needlessly lost their lives because they
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refuse the COVID vaccine, even after vaccines became widely
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available. And now the anti vaccine activism is expanding
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across the world, even in low and middle income countries.
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It's a killing force. The anti science now kills more people
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than things like gun violence, global terrorism, nuclear
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proliferation, or cyber attacks. And now it's become a political
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movement in the US, it's linked to far extremism on the far
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right, same in Germany. So this is a new face of anti science
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aggression. And so we need political solutions to address
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this Gillam
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political solutions to address this, there it is, it's the
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same, the same MO two things I noticed in this little bit. One,
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a very creepy laugh, tell in the beginning here, see if we can
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find
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the activism, which actually called anti science aggression,
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has not become a major killing force globally, during the COVID
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pandemic in the United States.
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What is it during the COVID better than
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killing force globally? During the COVID pandemic in the United
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States?
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pandemic? What Why did you hear it? You didn't hear? Oh, you
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can't hear it.
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No, I cannot hear I can hear it. I can hear the clip. But I
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cannot hear this laughs You telling me about
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killing force globally. During the COVID pandemic in the United
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States.
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You don't pandemic you don't hear him go, I
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hear I hear a faltering but I don't hear it as a left tail.
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And the other thing was extremists just like Germany.
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I'm gonna say
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terrorism, nuclear proliferation or cyber attacks. And now it's
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become a political movement in the US. It's linked to far
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extremism on the far right. Same in Germany. So this same
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in Germany, what's he referring to the so called the prince who
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was who? Who had hot people everywhere, which we never heard
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anything about anymore? These people are
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lawyers. Wow, did that thing disappear? Yeah. Anti science,
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aggression. It's more, it's killing more people than ever
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than war. It's killing more people than everything. And
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that's us, you and me.
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What cracked me up was killing more people to nuclear
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proliferation. What does that mean? Hey, they built another 20
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bombs that didn't kill anybody because they're not using these
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bombs. So how's it so where more people are dying of old age that
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the nuclear proliferation is incredible.
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They just keep on going. They don't care. They just keep on
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going. They get
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credits, or creds while they're on TV. Why they're promoting the
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Democratic Party. Let's face reality here. And how they get
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away with getting on boards and showing up as experts. This is
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the real promise the media not down because just blowhards are
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all over the place. They just handpick these few and early so
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worst example because, you know, as you can see, you know, that
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page of bullcrap that early predicted, which was every
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single thing was wrong, and it continues to this day. Why do
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you keep bringing somebody on the media? Who is notoriously
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inaccurate every single is that is always a little inaccurate?
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No, like once in a while he makes a mistake. So why do you
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bring him on? Because he being interviewed by Scott Pelley on
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60 minutes? Because he's Why isn't he being ridiculed by
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Scott Pelley What is it an immediate take him on and go
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over all these things? He said one by one by one and say what
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what about this? What about that? What about this? They
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don't do that they just let them blather is really pathetic.
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Did you did you see Fauci
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fell I miss Fauci, Fauci was on that Fauci was retired. By the
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way, why are we seeing him at all? Oh, he had to come back
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because of Hamlin, because of, you know, the crazy conspiracy
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theories about a vaccine related injury. So they bring him on and
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he is led the witnesses led by CBS spook Major Garrett
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aka fraction or if he saw it, but on Monday Night Football
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this week tomorrow Hamelin player for the Buffalo Bills
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collapsed on the field. I don't know
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if you saw it. We just have you here by coincidence, I don't Did
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you? You didn't expect me to ask about this that we brought you
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out of retirement to talk about this, did you but I did you see
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that?
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You're not an NFL expert. And you're not an expert on any
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cardiovascular issues the player might have had, but what I want
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to ask you about anyway.
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We're gonna lead you down the path but even better. Oops,
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sorry,
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expert, and you're not an expert on any cardiovascular issues the
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player might have had but what I want to ask you about Dr. Fauci
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is what to do in moments like that I kept an eye on Twitter
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I'm a journalist you know I'll be kept an eye I paid to do I
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kept an eye on Twitter. Cuz I'm high end journalists. So
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whenever something happens like that might go to the source,
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which is Twitter,
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as I want to do in moments like that I
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don't want what is this? As I'm wanting to do does it's gotten
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what is this? What is this?
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It's a kind of a British usage. That is. It's annoying. Sounds
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like it's like somebody who keeps saying, Indeed,
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or someone who says, what say you on the matter? Oh, what say
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you? What's worse? What? Are you not an
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NFL expert, and you're not an expert on any cardiovascular
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issues? Why is he not an expert on this? He has some ideas I
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might have had. But what I want to ask you about Dr. Fauci is,
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as I'm wanting to do, as I want to do in moments like that I
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kept an eye on Twitter. And I can't tell you exactly how many
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minutes transpired. But it was less than 24 people on Twitter
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began to say, Hold
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on, does he he's been if he's on Twitter on him, doesn't he know
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that's almost a lifetime on Twitter. But he's one years have
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gone by in the real world and 20 minutes, 20 minutes for somebody
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to put two and two together?
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Well, clearly the vaccine cost his seizure. And that had a
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multiplier effect on Twitter as these things tend to do.
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I love the pregnant pauses. All right, here we go ask a
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question.
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What's your reaction to that? What's your what?
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Was that? You didn't know? Right? No, this
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is one for one. This is I'll go from his from this to the quest.
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It's so dramatic. What's your reaction to that? Oh, my
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God, what's
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your reaction to that?
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I can't even do it. I can do it. I think control. What's your
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reaction? What's your reaction? to that?
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What's your reaction to that? Well, my
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reaction is one of concern.
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borderlines more than concerned? Yeah. It's
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harder than misinformation. There's information. When you
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have a platform, like social media that exponentially spreads
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in its best form. Hold
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on, stop. I'm stopping when you have a platform like social
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media. Where's this social media platform? I'd like to join?
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Well, I think is there something I could do is there code that I
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can insert into this platform?
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But you know, social media, you know that he's talking about
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Twitter as a platform?
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Was he say Twitter?
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Because they still have their their tentacles in there? They
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didn't want to scare Twitter off the Twitter still does stuff for
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more than concerned.
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Yeah.
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Misinformation nation. When you have a platform, like social
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media, that exponentially spreads that in its best form,
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proper and important, and value added information can spread
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which is good. Yes. Public health
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is like yes, you got that line right in the script,
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proper and important, and value added information can spread
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which is good yes. The thing
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to note that wait start the beginning because you're gonna
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get me started about the fact that he was leading the witness
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and he didn't get the answer. He went because he says he was
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concerned. I think the word he was supposed to say was alarmed.
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Let's go back to the beginning then the left ask this question
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your reaction to
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that? Well, my reaction is one of concern about
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horror. Isn't it horror script says horror Antony. Horror
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horror for even a horror horror are well, I was supposed to say
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horror,
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he was supposed to say horror and he screwed it up. He botched
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the launch
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and is so Major Garrett actually drew the line that he was
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supposed to say back at him to remind him to get back on the
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script.
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My reaction is one of concern about
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horror. borderlines more than concern
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Yeah, it's horrid.
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Miss event and then Fauci did say
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horror. Yeah, of course. He's like, No, he didn't say horror
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you and
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horror is one of concern. About
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borderlines more than concerned. Yeah, it's
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harder than
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misinformation and disinformation. When you have a
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platform, like social media, that exponentially spreads, that
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in its best form, proper and important, and value added
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information can spread which is good. Yes. The thing as a public
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health person and as a physician and a scientist and my, my
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identity as a physician is the thing that gets paid means the
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most by that. Because what that means major is that yet again,
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another conspiracy theory complete nonsense is gonna have
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some people make a decision to die themselves in their family
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not to get vaccinated, which may cost them their lives. That's
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the thing that's so horrible about it. If you want to go out
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spouting nonsense, conspiracy theories and spreading it all
20:25
around fine, except if it results in the person suffering
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and perhaps dying. And that's what happens when disinformation
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disincentivize disincentivizes people to get proper
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interventions for a threat, like a pandemic.
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He's not giving up he just not going to give up. They are not
20:48
giving up. Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Fallon, did you see the opening
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of a show?
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There was Alpha Ben Delta Ben omachron. Next month, this
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latest Berry is my feeds. SCP 1.5, another friend of COVID-19
21:10
has arrived. It's a new strain. But it isn't the same. Sounds
21:15
more like Elon Musk, his name is CZ on 1.5. Up 40 Who sees red
21:24
red wine. Put on your mask when you're inside a facility? It
21:29
could be a robot from a Star Wars trilogy is cc. Point 1.50
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mg or NPD or TCP y or an eye chart made by a really high god
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sounds like the password of your parents Wi Fi. D point 1.5.
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So he just does a whole song about it. Perfect. Just
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normalize it. normalize everything. Don't use the Kraken
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name though I'm not seeing cracking show up anywhere here
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in the United said it was gonna be a flop
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it is a flat bow. They use it in Australia. I've heard it used to
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think only Australia really. And and of course, we had a
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Bloomberg article. But that's about it. It's floppy.
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It's a reference to Trump and had to be rejected be rejected.
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Yeah, this is anything Trump.
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So I'll just grab a random clip here. This is just random,
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random random Rando from Yahoo News.
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The latest COVID variant called SPD dot 1.5 is spreading across
22:36
the country rapidly. And it appears to be five times more
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contagious than ba dot five,
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five to know what numbers that we heard this week, 10 times 100
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times it's crazy five times just making it up.
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It's the latest variant that that effect in the country. This
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new variant is more contagious than previous ones. That's
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always the case. Every new variant that spreads has to be
23:03
more contagious or one spread. And around the eye like
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that logic. Every new variant has to be more contagious or it
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wouldn't spread. Are you making these up in the lab? Lady? What
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are you doing previous ones that always crowd I mean, she's
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literally saying every variant has to be more.
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This new variant is more contagious than previous ones.
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That's always the case, every new variant that spreads has to
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be more contagious or one spread.
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That's bull crap, geez, adopted dammit.
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And around the holidays, people have been traveling a lot, we're
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interacting a lot more. So human behavior is playing a role as
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well. They think that this variant may be better at
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attaching to the receptors in our body that have been
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vulnerable to COVID all along the ACE two receptor. So it's a
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combination of factors that fits making this one particularly
23:52
infectious right now. So the vaccines again, worked very well
23:55
preventing severe disease and death, but you're gonna catch
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COVID Even if you've been vaccinated, or you're likely to
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catch COVID If you're exposed, so they will not prevent all
24:04
disease, just as the flu vaccine hopefully will save you from
24:08
severe disease, but it's not going to necessarily prevent you
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from getting sick.
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Wait a minute. Now the flu vaccine also doesn't stop you
24:15
from getting flu. It just stops you from dying from flu. Is that
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what she's now?
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Wow, that's a new trip that's turned around. That's a big
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turning action idea. Let's take this idea and move it over to
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year
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anything that doesn't work. We just say you know it's normal.
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It doesn't work. But it keeps you from dropping dead? No, it
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does. Just as the flu vaccine hopefully will save you from
24:38
severe disease, but it's not going to necessarily prevent you
24:40
from getting sick. Every virus is different. We're learning as
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we go here. And I think the fact that there's still so many
24:48
infections around the world is what's causing this continuation
24:52
of variants. It's especially believed to be at people who are
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immune compromised, who can't fight off the virus, who it
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percolate. That's within them for some period of time. And
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that's how the variants seem to be developing. So the fewer
25:05
people infected, the fewer immune compromised people
25:08
infected, the better off we'll be over the long term. But that
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hasn't happened yet. Unfortunately. posters, every
25:15
book lays like a, like some old fashioned coffeemaker
25:22
percolating just percolates as you're rolling around, you can't
25:26
fight it off. So it's percolating and creating new
25:29
variants. That's where you're the Typhoid Mary of variants.
25:32
Who
25:32
is who's ignoring science now. People they know we sound like a
25:39
bunch of anti vaxxers. Well, we are anti this Vax. I'll tell you
25:42
that.
25:43
Yeah, I get plenty of vaccines. I get not this
25:47
one and not anything that comes from mRNA.
25:51
backs. That's the point. So here's
25:55
Yvonne chin Schick. I think his name is he's a member of
25:59
parliament in the European Union. Thank you
26:02
very much. Mrs. Jones. Thank you very much, your colleagues. When
26:07
it comes to COVID crisis, we know now that we have been lied
26:10
to since the beginning. The Commission governments and
26:14
pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer presented and promoted
26:18
their products, their vaccines, mostly as something they're not
26:22
just last week. This was confirmed both by Pfizer and
26:28
then by the European Commission, in COVID, committee of the
26:32
European Parliament. They presented and promoted vaccines
26:36
as a product that reduces or even stops spreading of the
26:40
disease. And they knew that they have no evidence to support
26:45
that. Since the products were never tested for such a product
26:51
is not yet there as Commission's stated last week, it's not it's
26:57
not there. But they did pay 70 billion euros for that
27:01
nonetheless. And they did you use these lie to make and
27:08
introduce digital greens certificate to force their
27:13
product on as much people as possible right on they also use
27:16
this to take our rights away from our human rights to work to
27:22
move to patients rights
27:25
to democracy, dude, democracy is what democracy looks like. To us
27:29
to it. Sadly, three Massachusetts police officers
27:33
died suddenly this week. Sure. It's just a coincidence. quite
27:36
normal. Actually. Cops die. Three in a row happens all the
27:39
time. been seeing all my life. last clip and then we'll just
27:44
open it up a little bit. Neil Oliver. Have you ever seen him
27:47
on on GB news? Oh, no. He's kind of like the hippie looking guy
27:53
with long hair always has. It's like she looks more like a lefty
27:57
than anything. I'm sure you've seen him. He hasn't male might
28:01
probably have but yeah, let me see. Let me see what his what
28:04
his background is. He is a what's his
28:07
name again? Jeanne Oliver. Neil Oliver. Oh, not John Oliver. No,
28:12
he's was all these Oliver's
28:14
television presenter archaeologists historian and
28:17
author. He's presented several documentary series on
28:20
archaeology and history, including Oh, he's a Scottish
28:22
yet history of Scotland, Vikings and coast. So he's been around.
28:28
He's a president of the National Trust for Scotland. So the worry
28:31
was until 2020. And then, of course, he started talking
28:33
crazy. So we had to get rid of a ball. Yeah,
28:36
I know this guy. So he did a
28:38
10 minute video, which Tina cottoned and we watched it last
28:43
night and I was so depressed. Everything he says is happening
28:48
everywhere. And he's doing this in the context of the UK, which
28:52
has Anna What 60 million people on this little collection of
28:57
islands. And it's 45 but it could be I think you can put
29:01
everything together. As I as I've been saying for the past
29:04
couple of weeks. I've lived in the UK people are poor. They are
29:10
impoverished you get outside of the cities, people, they the
29:13
minute something goes wrong. I mean, they have no food, they
29:15
got no gas, they got no trains, they got nothing. They have no
29:19
money, they die in their homes, the children roam around many of
29:23
them just sleeping in other people's homes. It's a mess. I
29:26
saw this in
29:29
Enzian kind of
29:31
Dickensian. So I grabbed the last two minutes, as he just
29:37
kind of wraps this all up and it applies to everybody everywhere.
29:42
While
29:42
more and more of the population wakes up to the lies obfuscation
29:45
fear porn and propaganda around the so called vaccines around
29:49
the green agenda around gender, politics and race politics. The
29:52
majority of the news media obediently pumps out the same
29:55
old Tosh about safe and effective and climate crisis and
29:58
preferred pronouns and read spacing. But the fakery has been
30:02
swiftly and shoddily constructed without the foundation of truth.
30:06
For that reason, this Potemkin village thrown up around us is
30:09
flimsy and should be easily demolished if we wish it so,
30:13
underneath it all too quiet for too long. We know the truth of
30:16
Britain. More of us comprehend every day that beyond a shadow
30:20
of a doubt our leaders have tried to hoodwink us into
30:22
believing things that are simply not true. The ultimate Potemkin
30:26
village is all lies no truth. Now he's
30:28
he compares the UK to the Potemkin village which I don't
30:33
even know if that if it's true or if that was just a story of
30:36
the Tsar. When the Tsar of Russia when married to Catherine
30:42
the Great, he created these Potemkin villages, which were
30:46
just fake villages that made it look like everything was
30:49
prosperous, and things were going so well. But inside the
30:51
village, there was either no people, or they're basically
30:54
just acting so he's comparing us
30:55
like North Korea, supposedly fried chicken village, village
31:01
and I visited when two in which you can look up which is one of
31:07
the Hearst enclaves. And it's it's Potemkin village it's
31:11
there's nothing, it's just all facade. So that's what it might
31:15
look and that's what he's saying. The UK
31:17
is
31:18
the eye watering the expensive NHS costs rising year on year is
31:22
no longer a health service for all in any way that matters. I
31:25
see the green agenda is a fraud as as the climate crisis that
31:29
underpins it, the assertion that little boys can grow up to be
31:32
women, and that little girls can grow up to be men allies that
31:36
our government means to protect our borders is a fiction, a
31:39
parliament in which overmighty political indistinguishable
31:42
political parties dictate the law to the people, whether those
31:45
people like or not. It's a shameful setting aside of the
31:48
sovereignty of we the people of this country, Parliament is not
31:52
and was never meant to be sovereign. We the People are
31:55
sovereign. This is the foundation stone of Magna Carta,
31:58
sealed in 1215. And as unshakably solid knows that was
32:01
then any attempt to reduce the rights, freedoms and liberties
32:05
enshrined in that treaty are by definition beyond the power of
32:08
any parliament. Here's the thing. Our sovereignty as people
32:12
was sealed by that treaty of 1215 Parliament's have come and
32:16
tried to ride roughshod over the people again and again, and
32:19
those Parliament's have gone. One of many attempts to repeal
32:22
Magna Carta was even made in 1969. By the general public,
32:26
We're conveniently distracted by the moon landings. I've said it
32:30
before and I'll say it again. We see them we see the fakery that
32:33
they have raised around us, but our rights are real. I don't
32:37
believe in Britain is real. Isn't it time to see past the
32:40
shaky stage set thrown up around us as a distraction and to take
32:44
shelter instead in through Britain. Real Britain
32:47
dream on Oliver. Wow. Yeah. Dream. Ah, it's not gonna
32:51
happen. I think they're lost. I think they are lost for good.
32:55
And it's true people. I don't remember the NHS when when I
32:59
lived there. 22,006 2012 Let's say 2008 For sure. Christina. It
33:06
was great. And NHS you happy go to the general practitioner you
33:10
could still get in after COVID You couldn't even get in
33:12
anymore. And you know, no charge any medication. No matter what
33:16
it was five pounds, no matter what you are getting the most
33:19
expensive medication in the world. Five pounds. Now. When
33:22
Christina dislocated her knee and she had to have an MRI done.
33:26
Well, that'll be six to eight months waiting time. So what if
33:31
I pay for it private? I call them up. Oh, you can come
33:34
tomorrow? No problem. 5000 pounds. It's a facade. It's a
33:39
Potemkin village. It is it's always been since I've been
33:42
there is horse crap. Not that we're any better.
33:49
That's a nice depressing way to start things. But let's go back
33:52
to COVID. I do have one clip. Just to bring us back up to
33:55
speed boats on COVID and travel. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. And
34:01
this is about this is the update for China. Which if you listen
34:06
to this thing from beginning to end, it's kind of they still
34:08
have some restrictions. But the way they just pulled the rug out
34:11
from under their whole process is just beyond me.
34:14
A new protocol taking effect on Sunday we'll see China wind down
34:18
its zero COVID policy. The country is shifting its focus
34:21
from infection prevention to vaccination and treatment.
34:25
Chinese officials say they will no longer enforce lockdowns of
34:29
entire neighborhoods. Moreover, people who test positive for the
34:33
Coronavirus will not be forced to isolate and their close
34:36
contacts will not be identified. Quarantine requirements for
34:41
inbound travelers will be dropped and upon arrival, PCR
34:45
tests will be waived as well. But travelers will still need to
34:48
show Chinese authorities proof of a negative PCR test result
34:52
obtained within 48 hours before departure. Outbound travel by
34:57
Chinese nationals is expected to resume instead He says, For now,
35:01
domestic travel agents are not allowed to solicit overseas
35:04
group tours or sell travel packages. Government officials
35:08
have not specified when these bands will be lifted.
35:11
Have you stopped putting NTD on your clip titles?
35:15
That's from NHK. Japan. Oh, okay.
35:18
Well, I'd like to know the origin NHK. Japan Well,
35:21
I left it off just because I figured you'd accuse me of
35:25
overdoing my cache of valuable gold, which is called NTD news.
35:34
This is Di, D, D, D, valuable, it is valuable. I'll give you
35:41
that. They can't come into the United States. They do not have
35:45
one of the approved vaccine. So if you see Chinese walking
35:48
around, they're not allowed to take them out. Arrest them,
35:53
alert the authorities.
35:57
Alerted or it is
35:59
and then this is a short one, and we'll keep it at COVID Brett
36:02
Weinstein was on Joe Rogan Of course I'm catching up on my
36:06
Rogan episodes because I'm gonna
36:08
be on in a few weeks. He's got a lot of don't want to be flat.
36:11
No, no, no, he's got a lot of interesting people on very
36:15
interesting people. But Brett Weinstein
36:17
wishes Brett is Brett and Bart and he's the one
36:21
with a heather. Father.
36:25
Okay, this one is heavier than the other.
36:28
I don't know who's heavier. But his brother Eric, he's the one
36:31
with Peter teal. This is the guy Brett with Heather
36:34
Oh breast both get breast breast the one who got rousted from
36:38
Evergreen college because his students? Yeah, how academies?
36:41
Yes, he's the way he's actually kind of a wimp.
36:43
Yeah, but he is he he and his wife do fit in the realm of
36:47
scientists, a dev,
36:49
totally hotshot scientist, there's no, I don't say that's
36:53
not the case. So here's
36:55
what he brought to Joe, the mRNA vaccines. And this is not true
36:58
for the DNA version. But by the way, someone sent this to me,
37:01
and I noticed only when I was clipping it, because I had to
37:04
clip it down. That someone apparently thought it was fun to
37:08
put Brett Weinstein on 1.5 speed, which is actually good
37:12
for our show. But it annoyed me a bit that they had done that
37:15
without without asking the mRNA vaccine. And this is not true
37:19
for the DNA version. But for the mRNA vaccines like the Pfizer
37:21
and the Madonna, that after three doses, they saw a radical
37:26
elevation in the percentage of the antibodies that are part of
37:29
this class called IgG. For IGE is just it means immunoglobulin.
37:33
It's a synonym for antibody IgG G is a class of antibody and it
37:36
fights pathogens. But IgG for is a special subclass. And it has
37:42
all things in biology are complex. And so it has multiple
37:44
implications. But IgG for is actually part of a system in
37:48
which the body attenuates its own response to an antigen. So
37:53
the mind blowing and you know, it's an early result, and maybe
37:55
it doesn't get replicated, but it was published in Science,
37:57
immunology, topflight Journal, the implication is that the
38:01
evolutionary path we have traveled is causing the pathogen
38:05
now to be able to trigger a response that will cause the
38:08
immune system not to fight. Nobody knows what happens next.
38:11
It's a very dangerous discovery.
38:15
So three shots or more, you might be in some danger,
38:18
according to
38:19
this has been talked about quite a bit, actually. Yeah. Here and
38:22
there. We haven't had any clips about it. That's probably the
38:26
most concise clip you'll ever hear. I think it's sped up and
38:30
somewhat which, but it's still concise. And he I think it's the
38:34
best clip on the subject that I've heard so far, I've been
38:37
hearing nothing about a soil I've heard about and if you
38:41
start getting boosted and boosted and boosted, yeah,
38:43
you're just asking for this phenomena asking for
38:45
trouble
38:47
asking for trouble. But no, no, no.
38:51
Do you think your shots and you think Dr. Jill really took the
38:54
vaccine that maybe she was she was the dope that actually took
38:57
it up there?
39:00
I think that's possible. Dr. Joe Biden.
39:03
Yeah. Dr. Joe? Yes. The reason why is this clip
39:06
First Lady Joe Biden will undergo a medical procedure next
39:09
week after a small lesion was found during a routine skin
39:13
cancer screening. The First Lady now 71 years old will have the
39:16
lesion removed from over her right eye at Walter Reed
39:19
National Military Medical Center. doctors recommended the
39:22
procedure in an abundance of caution.
39:25
There have been these reports and there's a there's a website
39:29
that shows weird lesions on some people that including some that
39:35
are gruesome, and they're loaded with Spike protein according to
39:40
this website. I don't know if it has been discussed much
39:44
elsewhere but that's I don't know maybe could be lesion is
39:48
short discs. Normal skin cancer, which is not unusual. Yeah, but
39:53
what we see not over the eye usually skin cancers usually on
39:56
the side of that yeah,
39:59
no, but you know, But this is this is what we're hearing is
40:01
like we're seeing more and more cancers all kinds of stuff is
40:04
popping up.
40:05
Well, if what have you heard Weinstein's say about this
40:09
particular IG element of the of the immune system shutting down
40:15
in which is there as a regulator is going well, you know, don't
40:18
worry about it is what is scary are apparently saying about
40:22
everything. Let's this not don't worry about it. So that the
40:26
don't worry about it element seems to be concerning.
40:31
We were supposed to have our progressive dinner on Friday
40:34
night.
40:36
Ah, yes, yes. Yes. This is a fascinating idea, by the way.
40:41
And people moving aficionados will remember the discreet charm
40:46
of the bourgeoisie by Louis boonoo boonoo l. Which is what
40:51
the sounds like.
40:53
Well, we had to modify it because of the 12 people and
40:59
four were sick. And you know what that is? It's cracking
41:04
everyone's got cracking now. Tina has been sick for three
41:07
days coughing that she got cracking. Yeah, she's she no
41:11
one's testing any more people won't ask whatever.
41:14
I've got, you know, I have a closet full of tests. Yes,
41:17
stick those in your own nose from the government. Please
41:20
don't send them to us. We're not sticking that up our nose. So
41:23
instead of doing you know, salad at one home, and then having the
41:30
the main course it's next home and then moving on to our home
41:34
for dessert. We only did two homes. And I just I want I want
41:39
to I do want to mention some things I learned it was quite
41:41
interesting. So the first home was a beautiful house up on this
41:46
hill, you overlook all of the hill country. And this belongs
41:50
to a lawyer and his wife. And the lawyer is he's turns out
41:55
he's an aviation lawyer. Oh, who is now he spent many years in
42:01
Paris. And so he was serving Chateauneuf Du Pont, which was
42:05
nice. I was like, okay, that's nice wine. It's some other nice
42:09
things. But the kind of aviation law he does as well. I got a
42:12
couple of C 130s. We're gonna sell them to Uganda, sir. Huh?
42:18
Oh, yeah.
42:19
aviation law. Yeah, it contracts to buy see what are you okay,
42:25
great business, because they don't, they don't make these
42:28
planes anymore. So if you have one, you just keep it alive and
42:32
just sit on it until now, every single time one crashes, or
42:36
expires the price goes up. So he had some interesting tales.
42:40
They're also quite interesting that in his office, he had quite
42:46
a number of, of weapons, which I'll get to in a moment, you
42:50
know, AR fifteens, propped in the corner, etc. It is on a hill
42:54
Good move. Oh, yeah. And then we had a couple come in, and she
42:59
she was very cool. She, she looked like, in a way like Jane
43:03
Lynch, you know, very tall blonde. Now, most of these
43:08
people are older and we are probably about so in their mid
43:11
to late 60s. And she and and she are
43:15
the kids.
43:16
I'm the kid. I'm the youngest of the bunch. I'm a mom love loving
43:20
it. I'm the I'm the kid. And shorter
43:23
you kids talk about these days.
43:25
Well, so she's talking about I guess she was talking to Tino
43:29
and railing on whatever. And she said, Well, you know, do you
43:32
ever listen to no agenda? She has no agenda. I listen all the
43:34
time. And she hadn't connected it. Yes. And she connected it
43:40
right there. She was, oh my God. Oh, no. And she loves you.
43:46
And well, I'm likeable. And that's why and she was
43:49
she was strapped she was packing a 380 hammerless ballpark and a
43:53
gown and check it out with a Louis Vuitton design. Now, it
44:02
was a great time we we did do desserts at our place. But the
44:06
one of the main conversations, there's a lot of concern here in
44:11
Hill Country in Fredericksburg for what's coming from the
44:15
border going through our towns, and it's not being advertised,
44:20
it's not in the newspapers, but there's a lot of crime and
44:25
illegal immigrants coming right up 87 Going on to 90 It's it's
44:31
happening and people are very, very concerned about this and
44:35
they're you know, they're getting ready for something.
44:38
They don't think that the police or sheriff are taking it
44:42
seriously that that it's in order not to ruin the the
44:49
business of tourism. That it's not being reported but stuff is
44:54
happening as confirmed by my buddy Mike the former police.
44:59
Police Officer So were the anger management issues.
45:03
Like a cop with anger management issues key
45:07
key phrase former cop. Yeah, he and the Chiefs thought was best
45:13
he just left because it was not going to get any better. But it
45:18
Yeah. And that's
45:18
well, I have a bunch of clips about Mexico. We talked about we
45:22
mentioned Mexico on the last show. I just saw it, but the war
45:25
going on down there and nobody's covering it immediately. The
45:28
next day. No, Tucker covers it. Yeah. And, and the better
45:32
coverage, though, came from the Cuomo show.
45:36
Oh, do you still watch it? Do you still have that show? People
45:39
are watching the Cuomo show.
45:42
It's not.
45:44
It's as good as anything on Fox. Let's put it that way. In fact,
45:48
the guy they had on the Cuomo show to talk about Mexico is the
45:52
same guy that Tucker has on all the time. So there's becoming a
45:54
little now you're starting to see a click of us is
45:59
sensuousness. amongst people who are kind of on the on the on the
46:03
fringe of normal discussion.
46:07
I've kind of stopped watching Tucker, it's so it's such a
46:10
crapshoot. Most of us just like listening to Twitter, or a
46:13
podcast, I
46:14
got this one because it had McGregor and
46:17
oh, and so the Cuomo kid now also has McGregor on No dude
46:21
Cuomo kid had one of Tucker's normal guests cut this guy love
46:25
buff, who does Dobby US News. And he seems to be one that he
46:29
seems to be like, aren't ya? I've heard this podcast is like
46:33
a second rate Jimmy Dore was trying to do kind of trying to
46:39
be funny when he's really a journalist. But he's not. And
46:42
he's not a funny guy there. I'm sorry. But let's start with
46:46
let's go. And then we're going to talk about the situation in
46:48
Mexico. And I think the Cuomo clips are the best. And we got
46:51
two of them here. And let's go and he's got this guy love
46:54
Buffy. And we're going to talk about Mexico. And one will leads
46:57
it in by saying nobody cares about the story. And I agree
47:00
with that.
47:00
There that seems like nobody here really cares about what do
47:04
you make of what's going on here and what the implications are?
47:07
Well, it should show you, Chris, what really is going on?
47:11
You know how he sounds a lot like Fauci right there. You
47:15
notice that
47:16
he could do a Fauci that would be funnier than what he does?
47:19
Well, it should show you, Chris. Sounds really
47:23
good catch. Just like is
47:26
that millio? Or what is that?
47:30
That's a good question. Here and
47:32
what the implications are?
47:33
Well, it should show you, Chris, what really is going on? You
47:37
know, I mean, when you look at the Mexican military trying to
47:42
take out the head, a drug lord, and 10, Special Ops, military
47:49
personnel are dead, and 20 of the cartel. These are highly
47:53
trained, well armed militias, gangs, armies. And so when we're
48:00
talking about drug smuggling, or people smuggling or anything
48:04
else, there's a third entity, the United States government,
48:08
the Mexican federal government, and the cartels, and you are now
48:12
seeing the images of
48:13
that I would put the Mexican government third, I put the
48:16
cartels second. And I wouldn't call them cartels, political
48:20
motivation aside, they check every box of a terrorist
48:24
organization. Now former President Trump wanted to call
48:27
them that, to give more ability to use US military over the
48:30
border, and more laws and more punishment, but they were
48:35
worried about one you create a new avenue of asylum because
48:38
people running from a terror organization have a legit asylum
48:42
case to make and there were some other political considerations.
48:45
But you know, if we look at how big a player they are, Ben, my
48:50
producer just gave me this stat. They're the ones moving the
48:53
people 2018 $500 million. We estimated they made the drug
48:59
gangs from immigration profits 2022 So four years later, 13
49:05
billion.
49:08
Let me do a 22nd update from ABC on the story.
49:11
Authorities in Mexico have arrested the son of the drug
49:13
lord known as El Chapo. The arrest triggered a deadly wave
49:16
of violence in the Mexican state of Sinaloa law enforcement warn
49:20
people to stay indoors to planes at a local airport were even hit
49:23
by gunfire. Passengers were seen taking cover. Mexican officials
49:26
say the arrest was not related to President Biden's upcoming
49:29
visit to Mexico.
49:30
That's all we got. Thanks ABC. There were 10 special forces
49:35
killed I don't even hear about that.
49:37
Yeah, and so far and and there's more to is more than this, but
49:43
go to the second part of this and then we'll continue there's
49:46
some other action with another cartel which was reported on
49:50
anti D place some I never heard any of this. And yeah, no arm
49:55
news coverage is is is zip it's it's totally pathetic
50:00
considering that this thing is you we were dealing with just
50:03
south of the border here,
50:04
they could only think that they're in on it, you know, $13
50:08
billion. So this people on this side of the border who are in on
50:11
that money,
50:12
there has to be let's go
50:14
back to the political brother, because everything's politics as
50:17
well. Right? So Biden, Trudeau from Canada, they're going down
50:21
to Mexico City to see Obrador. All the sudden, now, we're gonna
50:26
get Ovidio Guzman, the rat, all of a sudden we're getting him.
50:31
Well, the Mexican government had him coordinated 2019 and let him
50:35
go to avoid those images that you saw. I don't
50:39
understand what what exactly did he just say there? We're getting
50:42
the rat. What
50:43
the rat is the guy over is Guzman's kid. He's got two sons.
50:48
Oh, he's
50:48
called The Rat.
50:49
And he's Yeah, he's called himself, I guess. But he's the
50:52
rat. And he is what that ABC report was about. That ABC
50:57
report you just played that's it just didn't mention his nickname
51:01
or anything else. It just says he was captured. And this guy
51:05
claims that and so does the guy on on on Tucker, show McGregor,
51:10
Colonel McGregor. They claim that the only reason he was
51:16
captured in the first place in which what this guy's gonna
51:19
continue to say is because of the visit the upcoming visit to
51:22
show that there's some action taking place. The Mexican
51:26
government
51:26
had him coordinated 2019 and let them go to avoid those images
51:31
that you saw. So suddenly, now we have him. Do you think it
51:35
stops his father went to prison three times. He's now in prison.
51:40
Next up, his brother Avon is next. If you really look at what
51:45
is going on with people the money, the drugs, the dope the
51:49
the smuggling. Mexico is a failed state. Can I give you a
51:54
little bit for the audience? Here we go. General Salvador
51:58
seemed for Vegas, Google it. He was the minister of defense,
52:03
right? Big deal. He was arrested by American ages at LAX for
52:08
being in in the employment of the cartels dope, smuggling all
52:12
of it. In exchange for their help with people smuggling.
52:17
Trump gave him back with the thought that the Mexicans were
52:20
actually going to put him on trial. They didn't put them on
52:24
trial. They let him go. That's the defense minister on Monday
52:28
in Brooklyn in federal court, the former head of what you
52:33
would say is the Mexican FBI. His name is Hannah Rowe Luna.
52:37
He's going on trial for being in the employ of the drug cartel.
52:42
The former president of Mexico Pena Nieto. In El Chapo is trial
52:47
in Brooklyn, a Colombian drug lord testified that Guzman gave
52:52
him $100 million bribe. Do you see the issue people It's way
52:58
bigger than just some scrubby hungry people coming over the
53:03
border?
53:04
Okay, couple things. First of all, you're right. The guy is
53:06
not funny. I don't know if he thinks he does. Second one is I
53:11
don't understand what the big deal is. We just heard that anti
53:14
science aggression kills more people than fentanyl. So I don't
53:18
know what he's all upset about. Hotez says it says the nuclear
53:22
proliferation doesn't even doesn't even come close to anti
53:25
science aggression.
53:27
Somebody says smuggle hotels across the board and
53:31
exchange students. Yeah.
53:34
Let's go over now to Tucker. Now, in the case of Tucker, I
53:38
have minimized Tucker's commentary you as opposed to
53:43
Cuomo, who is I think a little better at it. Tucker is always
53:47
you know, aghast about this.
53:48
You know, here's here's Tucker stock line. That's so smart.
53:52
That's so smart. I'm so happy someone finally said that such a
53:56
smart thing. Great, great.
53:58
You might as well but you could take over the show and take his
54:01
show. Hey, it's
54:01
our content might as well.
54:03
So here we go with that. Tucker with Doug McGregor, who's the
54:07
who's the editor in McGregor was on set, which I thought was
54:12
weird. Cuz McGregor's, always remote, but he was on set for
54:17
some reason talking to Tucker. And here we go. Doug McGregor on
54:20
Mexican War and TC,
54:22
it would seem if a war breaks out in a country with whom you
54:25
share this normalcy long border that there would be coverage of
54:28
it. There hasn't been why?
54:30
Well, we're lucky to get this glimpse. The media simply
54:33
doesn't bother to cover it. But we really need to understand
54:36
what this war is about. In 2020. We arrested the Mexican minister
54:41
of defense, a general name seen for egos in California, on
54:46
charges associated with drug trafficking, human trafficking,
54:50
and a whole list of crimes. Ultimately, we turned him over
54:54
to the President of Mexico President Obrador, who promptly
54:58
released him Yeah, and we draw Up to charges. Now one of the
55:01
reasons we dropped charges that we were promised war
55:04
cooperation, but it hasn't been forthcoming. And so what we're
55:08
really seeing here is not an effort to enforce the law. Not
55:12
an effort to do anything good. It's it's a fight between a
55:15
cartel, the Sinaloa Cartel, and the Mexican army. They're
55:19
fighting for turf. They're fighting for cash. They're
55:21
fighting for influence inside Mexico. They want the son of El
55:26
Chapo presumably, so they can give it to the President of
55:30
Mexico and he can create the illusion that by turning him
55:33
over to us that there is cooperation with Mexico. Tucker,
55:37
there's no cooperation with Mexico, and President Obrador is
55:41
irrelevant. He does not run the country. He's a mouthpiece for
55:46
the drug cartels. You know?
55:50
Do we remember Fast and Furious? Do we remember HSBC laundering
55:56
the drug money now? It happened still happening
56:02
here. It's just a good example Fast and Furious. And now we're
56:04
not talking about the movies. We're talking about the our
56:08
United States governments through holder, the Attorney
56:11
General, under a loving the Sinaloa Cartel, a bunch of guns
56:16
was under the impression that they would take over all the
56:20
cartels and run the cartels in Mexico.
56:23
Instead, they killed a bunch of our border agents, corps miners,
56:28
right off, he killed a lot of people.
56:30
And so So Holder was held to account on this and they held in
56:34
contempt to Congress for night, coming up with some documents he
56:37
was holding. And then no charges were ever brought against him by
56:40
the
56:41
local I'm sure that'll change with Kevin McCarthy at the helm.
56:44
I'm sure all these things will come to light, John, everything
56:47
well, the Republicans are going to do it now. They're going to
56:50
get everybody the Biden crime family, the FBI. Oh, yeah, can't
56:54
wait 1000s of
56:56
Mexican wars
56:57
to Mexico right now, in Central America, writ large, because of
57:01
the criminality is an existential threat to us. It's
57:05
the only truly existential threat to the country. And
57:08
remember, they reach into the United States, all of your major
57:11
cities, there are networks there that reach back into Mexico.
57:15
Thank you. That's why they're powerful. And that's a war that
57:18
will eventually have to be fought, because at some point,
57:21
we will shut down the border, because things will have gotten
57:25
that bad. When we do that we will immediately be at war with
57:29
the drug cartels, because we've cut off their income. And we're
57:33
gonna have to fight inside the United States as well as on our
57:36
border. And that's going to demand the United States Army,
57:39
because our border patrol is not nearly as well equipped.
57:43
They're, oh,
57:44
they're outgunned, outperformed in every sense, every category
57:48
of military power by the cartels. What you saw is a good
57:51
demonstration of just how powerful those cartels are.
57:55
Yeah, you know, Mexico, Texas has done it before. We got we
57:59
got house wise with 380s. We got lawyers with AR fifteens. We're
58:03
not going to wait for the army. It's only 175 miles from here.
58:08
This is serious. This is really
58:11
a Mexican American War took place before and there's been
58:14
other skirmishes and there's been buyouts we bought the
58:17
California was bought from the Spanish or the Mexican.
58:21
You guys are dead. You're not going to be able to defend
58:24
yourself against an invasion like that. In California,
58:28
it won't be against us.
58:30
No, it's gonna be against us to Texas. Hey, no, you know what,
58:34
you know what? liberal America will go
58:39
Dutch right for them. They'll be surprised. So here's the other
58:43
story. And this is an alternative gang, which is just
58:47
more there's more. One last one. This is from NTD. And this one
58:51
you didn't hear about. You did hear about the prison riots in
58:54
Mexico. But here's the details. This is Mexico and El Neto and
58:59
escaped
58:59
Mexican cartel kingpin known as El Neto died after a shootout
59:03
early on Thursday. This just four days after he fled prison
59:07
and a violent mass breakout. Ernesto de la Cruz was tracked
59:11
down by intelligence forces in the city of Juarez and the US
59:15
border and then shot after a pursuit. He reportedly crashed
59:18
into a gas station exited the vehicle and began shooting at
59:22
police before being injured. He died enroute to the State
59:25
Attorney General's Offices. Al Neto was a top gunman for the
59:29
Los Mexiko as cartel. He escaped with 29 other inmates after
59:34
raiders in armored vehicles attack the prison in Juarez.
59:37
Early a New Year's Day, a supermarket and a convenience
59:40
store were attacked as decoys to distract police from NATO's
59:44
escape. At least 19 people including guards and other
59:48
prisoners died in the assault, one of Mexico's bloodiest prison
59:52
raids in recent years.
59:53
I've never heard of El Neto. Well, you did now how do you
59:57
spell that l Neto e l n et eto l Neto.
1:00:01
Yeah I think so.
1:00:02
Let me ask the chat GP can IBO assist MC L and I'm doing it in
1:00:09
the chat did chat dot open ai.com Everybody. It's so
1:00:12
accurate. Let me see Neto. I'm sorry. But I don't have any
1:00:17
information about a person named El Neto. Could you provide more
1:00:19
context or clarify your question? Are you getting a
1:00:23
thumbs down for that answer? That's no good, huh? Well, if
1:00:32
people think it's just America and Texas and Mexico, you're
1:00:35
wrong. What is the crime capital of the European Union John
1:00:41
Holland, everyone knows that
1:00:43
everybody knows the Netherlands is the crime capital of Europe.
1:00:48
And I've been saying it and now all of a sudden Deutsche Avella
1:00:52
is picking up on it because we've had a few more people
1:00:55
murdered by the mafia now this piece which was a like a nine
1:01:00
minute piece, it just took one minute just in the beginning.
1:01:02
Because they immediately you take these horrible murders
1:01:08
which are done by the micro micro mafia, which is the
1:01:11
Moroccans I'm just gonna say it and they turn it into a bull
1:01:16
crap story.
1:01:17
Now string of mafia style murders and Netherlands has led
1:01:20
to questions about whether
1:01:22
I love mafia style. No, no, they're mafia murders lady. It's
1:01:25
not style at all. It's just mafia murder.
1:01:28
Now string of mafia style murders and Netherlands has led
1:01:32
to questions about whether drug gangs are threatening the rule
1:01:35
of law in the country. The high profile killings include that of
1:01:39
investigative journalist Peter to fleece, DW correspondent Jack
1:01:43
Parakh has been exploring how attempts to shed light on
1:01:47
criminal forces behind the country's liberal trade in drugs
1:01:51
are coming under pressure from mafia intimidation. Here's his
1:01:54
report from The Hague, a Dutch
1:01:56
coffee shop where it's permitted to buy small amounts of
1:01:59
marijuana. You can even pay with your bank card.
1:02:03
You see what they've done is they don't talk about the
1:02:07
cocaine. They don't talk about the MDMA manufactured in the
1:02:11
Netherlands they don't talk about the criminal network
1:02:13
networks that are trafficking through the ports of Rotterdam
1:02:17
No, instead, they're gonna say it's all because of marijuana.
1:02:22
That's the problem.
1:02:23
But businesses like this one could spend up to 3 million
1:02:27
euros buying stock without receipts. It's technically
1:02:31
illegal for them to purchase so much, but it's never prosecuted.
1:02:35
That legal gray area here is coming under increasing scrutiny
1:02:39
following the 2021 murder of Dutch investigative journalist
1:02:43
Peter our degrees he was part of a team supporting a witness in a
1:02:47
case against a drug kingpin. The Netherlands
1:02:49
is so corrupt look up the IRT affair. They the cops were
1:02:54
complicit in this the the whole country is riddled with
1:02:58
corruption. By the way, I got the name Ernesto Oberto, Pinyon,
1:03:02
Dela Cruz, alias El Neto with one T. Here's what chat GPT
1:03:08
says. It's not appropriate for me to provide information about
1:03:12
specific individuals who may be involved in criminal activities.
1:03:16
Well, I can ask about Biden, it is important to remember that
1:03:20
criminal organizations and illegal activities are harmful
1:03:23
and can have serious consequences. It is not safe or
1:03:26
appropriate to engage with these types of organizations or
1:03:29
activities. Is there something else I can help you with? That's
1:03:33
the future of your search. People just say no, there goes
1:03:36
your information. I
1:03:37
think you nailed it right there way ahead of the game again, you
1:03:41
nailed it right there is the future of search.
1:03:44
Yep. Sorry. We can't tell you. We
1:03:48
don't want to know nothing. Just as a quick aside,
1:03:51
let's just just briefly on this artificial intelligence, I need
1:03:55
to get a few things out. Now that this open AI with that
1:04:00
horrible vocal fry, Sam, what's his name? Altman is now in talks
1:04:08
for a tender offer, which means they're going to sell shares at
1:04:12
a $29 billion valuation. Funny, and what this will bring you is
1:04:18
pilotless planes to fight bushfires in New Zealand. We
1:04:22
have neuroscience news reporting, the deep learning
1:04:25
algorithm can hear alcohol in the voice. So instead of a
1:04:28
breathalyzer, which gives you a pretty accurate blood alcohol
1:04:32
level within a couple of minutes. No, no, it only takes
1:04:34
12 seconds and the AI can hear if you've been drinking, and
1:04:38
that's exactly why your car won't start in the future.
1:04:43
McDonald's is planning to cut jobs as it accelerates
1:04:47
restaurant openings, why AI robots? And then just have you
1:04:54
used a chat or GPS to the the chat thing.
1:04:57
I'll mention this as you brought up about chat. Ask. So I went to
1:05:01
get Okay, I'm gonna go to the site, I got it. You can use
1:05:05
this, you can use this. Give us your email address and instead
1:05:09
of just signing in with Google, I signed in normally with my
1:05:12
normal email address, which I'll give our wishes john@divorce.org
1:05:17
And then it created a password or somebody said we were going
1:05:20
to send you an email confirmation, so I waited no
1:05:22
nothing. So I went back and said resend email, nothing, resend
1:05:27
email, nothing. Now it wasn't in my spam box. It wasn't anywhere
1:05:30
else. It just It can't even do that.
1:05:35
No one can get through your service
1:05:37
user. It's either not doing that because my email guy is looks
1:05:41
for it does a call back it does all these things to make sure to
1:05:45
make sure there's a million things you can do to make sure
1:05:48
it's legit and it comes in is not legit. I guess it just gets
1:05:51
thrown out into the wind. So I can't even get the email
1:05:54
confirmation from these Boneheads. Well, I
1:05:57
just signed in under my my, my useless Google account.
1:06:00
I'm going to go out we're going to go resigning. And my trouble
1:06:03
is I went to do that it says it was already in the buffer or was
1:06:06
already in the on a cookie somewhere. I had to wait for the
1:06:09
cookies to be wiped out. Which I do nightly kept saying
1:06:13
log in with Google login with Google login with Google. Here's
1:06:17
the thing that I that I that I just wanted to point out to
1:06:20
everybody. So this thing creates a word salad which makes it feel
1:06:25
real, the biggest parlor trick of what they call AGI. So this
1:06:30
chat open,
1:06:31
you know what, there's probably one of those fortune teller
1:06:35
people involved with this thing.
1:06:38
The biggest parlor trick. So you know, when you type in a
1:06:41
question, it can just present you with the answer, but Oh, no,
1:06:45
it has to type it out. Like someone's actually typing you a
1:06:50
message. This is a trick. This is a this is a complete mind
1:06:55
fuck that you're in because it makes an even a code. It'll
1:06:59
output code, no type each line. It's a trick. It can give you
1:07:03
the answer. It makes it feel real when someone is typing it
1:07:07
in real time. That's what's happening. No one has mentioned
1:07:10
this. It's cheap, but a very effective method of humanizing
1:07:14
you get this on a lot of the robots that are on these
1:07:18
different websites. Can I help you? Yeah, you know they can
1:07:22
help you robot that's over in the corner. Yeah, you're gonna
1:07:24
help me find this. Well, then why don't you do that they get
1:07:27
does the same thing. it types it out. And it gives you bogus
1:07:31
answers. It doesn't help at all. This is the problem that this is
1:07:35
the same thing I bitch about this constantly is where are all
1:07:39
the receptionist in the world? Instead we get these voice
1:07:42
bullcrap. Where's the receptionist? Receptionist do
1:07:46
the job. They're cheap. They work cheap. There many times
1:07:50
they're pretty. And you have there in these off there in the
1:07:54
offices they bring. They bring joy to the world, generally
1:07:58
speaking the world and we can answer a question I got to find
1:08:03
so and so. And yeah, here you go to here. I'll plug you right in.
1:08:06
Well, I'm glad I'm glad you bring this up. Two things. One,
1:08:12
this is because of some great reset that happened to the
1:08:18
secretarial eligible generation. Ie hot Zoomers, I guess is what
1:08:25
you're looking for. Because they don't want to work they can't
1:08:30
they're afraid that are afraid to answer phones. This is from
1:08:33
PBS news hour
1:08:34
for years now from employers all over this land that young people
1:08:38
just aren't interested in so many of the jobs out there trade
1:08:41
jobs face to face the military. As Karen pay Lucci head of HR at
1:08:46
industrial robot maker Yushan in Rhode Island told me
1:08:50
you can schedule someone for an interview and they don't even
1:08:53
come for their interview.
1:08:57
My My stepdaughter? She interviews really well and she's
1:09:00
getting offers from Vogue from Kim Kardashian company out in
1:09:06
California. And she she I mean, she interviews Well, she has a
1:09:09
good resume. Of course a mom helped her with it. But but
1:09:12
she's she wants to work. I think it's easy. Now you just go out
1:09:17
and she'll show her face. She's not afraid to have a job to
1:09:21
interact with human beings. But that's not all. No, no, she
1:09:24
actually wants to work. Unlike
1:09:27
today's young Americans just don't have the work ethic of the
1:09:30
best the response we got.
1:09:32
I have work ethic for the things that I want to work on, that I
1:09:37
feel will better myself and be good for my health as well
1:09:42
with Jennifer Reardon and Lawrence, Kansas who calls
1:09:44
herself not a housewife but an apartment wife, take a frontline
1:09:48
job.
1:09:49
Do that. If I knew that my labor would be valued, that my
1:09:55
personhood would be valued, that I wouldn't just be another cog
1:09:59
in this mill. sheen that keeps endlessly grinding us downwards.
1:10:03
Breakout, the universal basic income, because these people
1:10:07
aren't going to function in a couple of years, there's not
1:10:09
there's going to be,
1:10:10
but the fact that she'd be, she would change your moniker from
1:10:14
housewife to a part Hart wife is a loser, that is the most loser
1:10:21
have an idea. That means you're you're just you're defining
1:10:24
yourself as an apartment dweller, which is something you
1:10:26
don't want to be if you have a choice, but you have a choice to
1:10:30
have. But you want to have aspiration, not D aspiration,
1:10:34
but yet my job doesn't define me but I'm an apartment wife
1:10:39
is
1:10:42
a very, very she's a loser. That's a desert bed, that person
1:10:45
is going nowhere. And and where are you how she got that you had
1:10:48
to blame the parents in the schools?
1:10:51
Well, I mean, this this is the thing. This is how they talk.
1:10:55
They don't want to have face to face jobs. And it turns out, let
1:11:00
me see if I can find this. The World World Economic Forum, let
1:11:07
me just see, where did I put this was hilarious story they.
1:11:13
Where is it? Ah, there's a huge of fractus because they are out
1:11:19
looking for people to assess assist in Davos. The next Oh,
1:11:24
here it is for the next World Economic Forum. And they put
1:11:29
ads. And here's what they're looking for. You have to be
1:11:32
blonde between 18 and 26 years old, taller than one meter. 70
1:11:37
centimeters and not shy. What is going on at these meetings?
1:11:44
says they give an ad for a hooker. Exactly. Yeah. But
1:11:50
that's probably what's going on. You should also have charisma.
1:11:56
Oh, in Davos, it's for a it should
1:11:59
they should have to one last thing and it should be adept at
1:12:01
the use of condoms. But that on their call Klaus. Tell him to
1:12:07
tell him to get your act together.
1:12:11
Yeah, it's pretty sad. It's pretty sad.
1:12:14
Now where where are we?
1:12:15
I don't know. For loss. We're completely lost in all this.
1:12:21
Well, I'll just we might as well just say that and there's also
1:12:25
no jobs for you. Anyway, Bethany
1:12:26
beyond warned today that the company has serious doubts about
1:12:29
its future and may have to file for bankruptcy. The Home Goods
1:12:33
chain founded more than 50 years ago announced plans last summer
1:12:36
to laugh about 20% of its corporate employees and close
1:12:39
around 150 stores. The company also owns children's retailer
1:12:44
bye bye baby.
1:12:45
Bye bye bye bye retail it's all melting down there's not going
1:12:49
to be any in person
1:12:51
Bath and Beyond was never a good store. I mean, they had a good
1:12:54
selection of stuff you could go there was always empty. It looks
1:12:57
like a money laundering operation. It was always empty
1:13:00
you always get these save $5 things in the mail constantly go
1:13:04
there. And they wouldn't even I was the nightmare. They was just
1:13:09
I mean I kind of enjoyed going to there. We used to have one
1:13:12
here just shuttered during COVID and you know but it was never
1:13:17
like I don't know how they made money to be honest about a huge
1:13:20
space that inventory way too much inventory of all sorts to
1:13:26
it was really compelling that you had to buy forget that.
1:13:29
Forget that. You know that this this college student killer.
1:13:34
Brian co burger, the guy who killed all these
1:13:37
cars a criminology student? Yes. Yeah.
1:13:40
So the Idaho jail, which is has him in prison right now says
1:13:46
that they will indeed attempt to accommodate his vegan diet. I
1:13:51
mean, come on accommodate his vegan diet. Ah, man.
1:14:03
That's pretty funny. That's sad is what it is really sad. All
1:14:08
right, let's look at this go worldwide here I got so let's,
1:14:11
let's go. Crazy story here. We're going to talk about China
1:14:15
a little bit. This is something that's another old brother.
1:14:19
Here's the Taiwan missile repair story. One
1:14:24
missile repair from Taiwan.
1:14:26
Tensions between Taipei and Beijing present a complicated
1:14:29
situation. Taiwan is closely tied to China in many ways, not
1:14:34
just economically, but also militarily. Concerns arose on
1:14:38
the island Wednesday after a key component of the islands most
1:14:42
advanced missiles turned up in China. The weapons are called
1:14:46
carrier killers. A key device used to calibrate them was
1:14:50
shipped to a manufacturer in Europe for repairs, but was then
1:14:54
returned to Taiwan from China.
1:14:58
The picture Oh, that's odd. You sent I got a missile I built I
1:15:03
meant make. And I sent it to a place who has some, I guess some
1:15:08
function to some function that was in the midst of that is
1:15:11
well, it's under warranty is handled. It's under warranty.
1:15:13
Yeah. And it has a Swiss component. So I sent it to go to
1:15:16
all the trouble of sending the damn thing to Switzerland. I'm
1:15:20
like a, you know, 40 miles away from the Chinese mainland
1:15:23
myself, but I sent it to Switzerland, in part to
1:15:27
the missile device was sent to China for repairs by a Swiss
1:15:30
company that operates a maintenance center there.
1:15:34
Taiwan's missile developers said no data had been leaked after
1:15:38
checking the return to device. But experts say Taiwan must be
1:15:42
careful. The island is discussing measures to avoid
1:15:45
similar equipment being maintained in China.
1:15:50
So I'm thinking what is what's the efficiency of sending
1:15:54
something to Switzerland, and then Switzerland, sending it to
1:15:57
China, and then China sending it to me? This is nuts. No, what
1:16:03
are the Swiss up to anyway?
1:16:05
No good. As usual. Oh, good. They're they're waiting for the
1:16:11
cbdc Bonanza to kick in. That's what they're doing. They're just
1:16:14
sitting there waiting. is going to be perfect. You bet.
1:16:21
Back on, to segue to hit more missiles. You got Australia,
1:16:26
Australians are now buying American missiles.
1:16:30
Okay, Australia, boosting its long range strike capability
1:16:35
with the purchase of a US missile system.
1:16:37
The effectiveness of the high Mars system in Ukrainian
1:16:41
conflict has certainly influenced the government's
1:16:44
decision. Here we go.
1:16:46
Hi, Mars is the same long range military technology Ukraine is
1:16:50
using in its war against Russia. But for Australia's defense
1:16:54
focus, China seems to be the target.
1:16:57
It's also something where we as a ally of the United States can
1:17:00
support their efforts and air force posture in the Pacific
1:17:04
region as well.
1:17:06
Last year, China signed a security pact with the Solomon
1:17:09
Islands in the Pacific. The move heightened Australian and US
1:17:13
concerns about China's assertiveness in the region.
1:17:17
According to the Australian Government behind our system
1:17:20
will include launchers, missiles, and training rockets,
1:17:24
and will be used by 2026.
1:17:26
The Australian Army will be going from having an ability to
1:17:29
strike targets 30 kilometers away to eventually being able to
1:17:33
strike targets at ranges greater than 499 kilometers.
1:17:37
The system is part of Australia's over $700 million
1:17:41
dollar budget for new missiles and rockets.
1:17:44
Well, that's clearly just meant to be a five eyes flank for
1:17:47
China, wouldn't it?
1:17:49
Yep, exactly. But they're going to be buying them. So that's
1:17:53
700 $800 million, even though it's a small pings good compared
1:17:58
to what we're giving to the Ukrainians. But here's the other
1:18:02
interesting part of this story is the new Solomon Island
1:18:05
embassy.
1:18:08
New where's the new words new Solomon?
1:18:11
Is that Solomon Islands, new embassy. Oh, okay.
1:18:15
The Biden administration is moving to reopen the US Embassy
1:18:19
in the Solomon Islands. That's to counter the growing threat of
1:18:22
China in the Pacific. The State Department says it will soon set
1:18:25
up a temporary embassy in the capital of the island nation.
1:18:29
Right on the site of the former US Consulate. The embassy will
1:18:32
initially staff two diplomats and five local employees. The
1:18:37
annual cost is expected at $1.8 million. But Washington's
1:18:41
ultimate plan is to build a permanent facility with larger
1:18:44
staffing. The US closed its embassy after the Cold War in
1:18:47
1993. But China's threat in the Indo Pacific region is sparking
1:18:52
concerns. Since the Solomon Islands struck a deal with China
1:18:56
last February, the US has sent several high level delegations
1:19:00
to the islands.
1:19:02
There's a lot going on right now. There's a lot that
1:19:05
crapload of stuff and he every once in a while not to to hog
1:19:10
the segment. But every once in a while there's a story that just
1:19:14
sings to me. It says if I was like the editor or the chief
1:19:17
editor in chief of one of these networks, or a big newspaper,
1:19:22
this story, the next story is so interesting. I don't know why
1:19:27
this isn't everywhere, because it's just the screwball story.
1:19:32
And this is this clip is the South Korea drone story,
1:19:36
South Korea will consider terminating a 2018 inter Korean
1:19:40
military agreement if North Korea's military makes further
1:19:43
incursions into its airspace. That's according to a South
1:19:46
Korean official following the North recent drone intrusion.
1:19:50
The agreement was signed by former South Korean president
1:19:53
Moon Jae In and North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon in 2018 to
1:19:57
end military hostilities between them nation's termination of the
1:20:01
agreement could result in the resumption of live fire drills
1:20:05
along the demarcation lines separating the two Koreas. North
1:20:08
Korea sent five drones into South Korea on December 26. One
1:20:12
of them briefly entered a no fly zone surrounding South Korea's
1:20:16
presidential office. This prompted South Korea to deploy
1:20:19
fighter jets and fire about 100 rounds at the drones. But none
1:20:23
were shut down. And they flew over South Korean cities for
1:20:27
hours. In response, South Korea's president has demanded
1:20:30
the military develop a drone unit for surveillance
1:20:33
operations, develop stealth drones and mass produce small
1:20:37
drones by the end of the year.
1:20:40
I mean, come on. What a story.
1:20:44
Yeah, we don't need to report that here. It's
1:20:46
like it's so fascinating to see all these drift North Korean
1:20:50
drones flying around different cities in South Korea, and
1:20:54
nobody's covering it.
1:20:55
Only one one crashes, we'll just have a little blip somewhere.
1:20:59
We're under we're under complete psychological warfare, certainly
1:21:04
in the United States. And I'd from what I see in Europe as
1:21:06
well. In fact, there's a new guy on the scene that I want to warn
1:21:09
everybody about. And I heard about I saw him on Rogen, Peters
1:21:14
Zohan, have you heard of this guy?
1:21:16
The name rings a bell ZEIH
1:21:19
A n people have sent me a couple of clips. I'm like, Who is? So
1:21:23
this guy. He wears a suit. He's got a ponytail little knot on
1:21:28
the back. Like a little man bun and he's probably in the 40s.
1:21:33
In a man bun. That's the great combination
1:21:35
suit and a man bun is like she's like you should be beat up. And
1:21:40
Andy has a colorful tie. You know what I mean? Like,
1:21:45
yeah, in his ties. I collect in his Twitter profile.
1:21:49
He has a blue and yellow tie on. Get it Ukraine. And so this guy,
1:21:56
he he's a New York Times best seller, geopolitical strategist,
1:22:00
speaker and author. And his most recent book, the end of the
1:22:04
world. This guy was with Stratfor here in Austin for 11
1:22:08
years. The guy is a spoke. He's a spook and people like, oh,
1:22:13
yeah, yeah, he's the real deal. So he's giving lectures saying,
1:22:17
if you want to beamer buy it now because Germany's never going to
1:22:21
manufacture again.
1:22:24
So here is his wiki page.
1:22:27
Denver, he's in Denver, hello.
1:22:30
He's got to kindness. He's got to kind of spook wiki page
1:22:33
because there's nothing about him. We don't know if he has a
1:22:36
wife. We don't know anything. But he's got a couple
1:22:39
bestsellers that he should have a bigger page than this is
1:22:42
pictures not the one you see on TV. Born in 73, grew up adopted
1:22:47
a Jewish family in Iowa, obtained a BS in political
1:22:51
science from what was then northeast Missouri. I don't even
1:22:54
know what it is anymore. And then he went to University of
1:22:57
Otago, whatever that is a New Zealand, which is again another
1:23:02
five eyes operation. And then the Patterson School of
1:23:06
diplomacy and international commerce of the new University
1:23:09
of Kentucky, which is one of those little spin off things and
1:23:12
then there's really nothing he was an analyst and later vice
1:23:15
president Austin baseball geopolitical, he was an analyst
1:23:17
for Stratfor and a vice president and spent 12 years
1:23:22
according to this, and this is a very classic. What do we do you
1:23:27
know that because they we've heard them talk about it, we've
1:23:30
had clips of the agencies saying, we don't know how to
1:23:33
present ourselves in normal social media without looking
1:23:37
like we're giving it away. This is one of the best examples I've
1:23:41
seen because there's nothing here. Yeah, it's really vapid.
1:23:47
Let's, here's it once. What's this
1:23:48
paper buddy? Peters. I'm
1:23:50
coming to you from everybody worried?
1:23:53
That's January 6.
1:23:55
I don't know why.
1:23:56
I don't know where I am. It's January Sex and the news. I
1:23:59
don't know where I am. Now. He doesn't know where he is. It
1:24:02
doesn't worry you listening.
1:24:04
That's January 6, and the news is out of Mexico. A video
1:24:10
Guzman, who is the son of the former cartel ahead, El Chapo
1:24:15
Sinaloa cartel has been arrested and spirited off to Mexico City
1:24:19
in anticipation of the Biden administration's presidential
1:24:23
visit coming next week. Oh, that's
1:24:25
interesting. I thought that wasn't true.
1:24:27
Not saying specifically. That was the point that one guy made.
1:24:32
He says the idea was to catch this kid. They caught him the
1:24:34
rat and to have him in Mexico City captured before Biden
1:24:38
showed Biden and Trudeau show up. Good job we're doing
1:24:43
that's not what ABC reported. If you recall, they said exactly
1:24:47
the opposite.
1:24:48
Mexican officials say the arrest was not related to President
1:24:51
Biden's upcoming. Well, that's
1:24:53
not related. Not
1:24:57
but it is a little coincidental. A little bit of background of
1:25:02
the Sinaloa Cartel until recently was the most powerful
1:25:05
organ, okay? This guy is no good. And he's getting on
1:25:09
everywhere. He's, I've never heard of him before.
1:25:14
He's just one of those guys. he's on the list. Book him.
1:25:16
Have we ever had a clip of him? Let
1:25:18
me say, No, I've never I believe that we've never had a clip from
1:25:22
he's just an He's the new guy on the list. Oh, wait, no,
1:25:25
I have a clip here. From October 30. Hold on a second. What is
1:25:34
the what year this year? This year? October 30. Two recent?
1:25:38
Yeah. This is a recent clip on our show, which countries should
1:25:41
be very concerned about the ratio of young to old? The worst
1:25:45
in the world is China. They've been in the process of updating
1:25:48
their data over the past couple years.
1:25:51
Yeah. This the clip that claims China's dead
1:25:55
now starting to publicly admit that they over counted by 100
1:25:57
million people. All of those people would have been born
1:26:00
since one child so age 40. And under the young worker
1:26:03
demographic that the childbearing demographic, and
1:26:06
two thirds of them are probably women. So we best guess is that
1:26:10
China only has 1.3 billion.
1:26:12
So this guy is out there talking about COVID. He talks about
1:26:15
crypto and Bitcoin he talks about I mean, he's he is an
1:26:19
expert on everything. That's my job. So okay, we'll keep an eye
1:26:27
on keep an eye on that guy.
1:26:29
So he's he, this idea that the Chinese, the whole China, China
1:26:34
as a whole is dead, which is he introduced it. So this is an
1:26:38
eight. So this is some sort of agency meme. What? No, there you
1:26:43
go. Agency mean to get us in some sort of position to get
1:26:49
fooled. Yes.
1:26:53
So quick,
1:26:54
he could be worrying for the Chinese for all we know.
1:26:58
I don't know who he's working for him and do a quick little
1:27:00
thing on Russia since we're there. This happened. Of course,
1:27:05
we finally figured out when Christmas and New Year's was or
1:27:08
is according to the Orthodox calendar and he has a report
1:27:12
from CBS
1:27:13
while turning now overseas, Vladimir Putin called for a 36
1:27:16
hour ceasefire in his war against Ukraine. To mark
1:27:20
Orthodox Christmas, which is celebrated in both countries.
1:27:23
For Ukraine quickly rejected that is hypocrisy and said there
1:27:26
could be no truce until Russia withdraws its troops from
1:27:29
occupied land. The US tomorrow is expected to announce a new $3
1:27:32
billion weapons package for Ukraine that will include
1:27:35
armored fighting vehicles.
1:27:37
More, more more. Money. All right, here's Putin now breaking
1:27:43
his promise.
1:27:44
The sights and sounds of a shattered promise in Bach mood.
1:27:49
Moscow declared the guns would fall silent a unilateral
1:27:53
ceasefire, but as Ukraine celebrated Orthodox Christmas,
1:27:56
Russia's artillery ring in the holiday weakness. I think the
1:28:01
Russians are tricking us about the ceasefire. She says if
1:28:04
someone makes a promise they must fulfill it.
1:28:12
But trusting Russian President Vladimir Putin is a dangerous
1:28:16
gamble. The fighting continued like any other day, while
1:28:19
Ukraine's faithful tried to find some light in this dark time.
1:28:27
This sacred evening is very important for us. She says. As
1:28:31
for Putin, we cannot trust him at all. He's made us suffer so
1:28:34
much. Nobody is safe as long as he walks the earth. If the
1:28:39
season is a time to be surrounded by friends and
1:28:41
family, Putin attended Christmas service by himself at the
1:28:45
Kremlin's cathedral. But this holiday didn't pass without
1:28:49
bearing gifts. This week, the White House announced $3 billion
1:28:53
dollars in military aid including the Bradley infantry
1:28:56
fighting vehicle. US plans to send Ukraine about 50 of the
1:29:01
proven Russian tank killers.
1:29:03
It'll take a couple of months basically, to get this
1:29:07
capability fielded to get the Ukrainians trained
1:29:10
to some a dead Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky.
1:29:13
Thank the American people for the weapons saying this is
1:29:16
exactly what is needed new guns and rounds. High precision wants
1:29:20
new rockets, new drones. It's really lean and strong.
1:29:24
It's great. Nothing to worry about. Keep it going. The
1:29:28
Russians will never never escalated.
1:29:31
I have one clip on this new arming here. Or is it was COVID
1:29:39
Oh here is another 3 billion to Ukraine.
1:29:43
The US plans to send Ukraine nearly $3 billion in military
1:29:47
aid. The massive new package includes for the first time
1:29:51
several dozen Bradley Fighting Vehicles. The Bradley is an
1:29:54
armored carrier used to transport troops to combat it's
1:29:58
known as a tank killer. Big Isn't the anti tank missile that
1:30:01
can fire. The move is the Biden administration's latest step to
1:30:05
send increasingly lethal and powerful weapons to help Ukraine
1:30:09
beat back Russian forces. European allies also stepped up
1:30:13
their weapons commitments. Germany announced it will
1:30:15
provide armored personnel carriers and a Patriot missile
1:30:18
battery to Ukraine, while France says it will soon hold talks to
1:30:22
arrange for the delivery of armored combat vehicles.
1:30:26
It's interesting that you're on News says the US is sending
1:30:29
three and a half billion euros in military aid. So that would
1:30:33
be closer to $4 billion. Yeah, I don't know why I was reporting
1:30:37
different numbers. How hard is it to get the right numbers?
1:30:39
I know I think you see this all the time. It's and you know, the
1:30:42
fact that
1:30:43
we are reporting on this were years ago, you know, at this
1:30:48
time of year, where would you be you would be in Vegas at CES.
1:30:52
Reporting on the latest things happening in consumer
1:30:56
electronics
1:30:57
did latest junk that they're trying to foist on the American
1:31:00
public? When's
1:31:00
the last time you went there?
1:31:02
I haven't been there for five, six years. I stopped going years
1:31:05
ago, but I don't I mean, I think it's longer than five, six
1:31:07
years, maybe 10. I may not been there for 10 years. When I
1:31:11
during the Comdex era. After that fondly folded, I would go
1:31:16
all the time because I go every year and now you go to CES every
1:31:19
other year. And what I noticed at CES when I was going to it
1:31:24
besides the really packs to town, is that there's nothing
1:31:28
new that didn't amount of new stuff at CES, especially as
1:31:31
opposed to Comdex was around 10 20% of it was the same stuff.
1:31:36
Right? It was, you know, pretty much it wasn't that much new.
1:31:40
And then I also spent way too much time in the consumer
1:31:43
electronics and you know, looking at speakers and stereo
1:31:47
gear instead of looking at computer stuff did they have?
1:31:50
Did they have the adult video awards at the same time that CSA
1:31:53
does for a number
1:31:54
of members? That was a date that stopped about 15 years ago. That
1:31:59
was great. Was that because you go from one to the other and
1:32:02
just go are there they were like porn stars walking around. Porn
1:32:06
Stars in there were funny girls, and they were you'd have well I
1:32:09
did I had to hold when I was Emilio, which was the last time
1:32:12
I think that was going on that we had we designed a little bit
1:32:18
it's last somewhere where I get where I keep asking these is a
1:32:22
comedy act for the bvo people. It was filmed that was organized
1:32:27
structure with about three or four of these girls who love to
1:32:29
act. And so the idea was I was going to ask every one of them
1:32:33
out for a date. And they're all going to give me the brush off
1:32:38
in various ways. And it was getting pretty it was quite
1:32:41
humorous to do. And
1:32:47
yeah, HR had to get rid of it. Whatever. It was very funny.
1:32:51
Well, these days there is there are still stupid products. I
1:32:55
found a report an actual ces Consumer Electronics Show Report
1:32:59
from of all outfits France 24. It's a doozy. You could have
1:33:03
been reporting on this. Their nation
1:33:05
is at war, but the startups are proving Ukraine's texting is
1:33:09
still open for business. At this year's Consumer Electronics Show
1:33:13
about a dozen Ukrainian startups are unveiling gadgets and eco
1:33:17
friendly innovations, such as relief which produces paper
1:33:22
products from leaves that fall on city streets and in parks.
1:33:26
That some high tech
1:33:29
leaves were recycling leaves
1:33:32
when
1:33:32
the war started. Despite a lot of different negative factors,
1:33:37
there was also some positive ones. The nation became united
1:33:41
right. And I feel so proud to be a part of Ukrainian startup
1:33:45
ecosystem and to present Ukraine of the international markets.
1:33:48
Another Ukrainian ces exhibitor Rickover creates cups and
1:33:53
candleholders out of
1:33:54
coffee grounds. Wow, this is electronics like I've never seen
1:33:57
them before. Ukraine's economy
1:33:59
shrank by more than 30% last year due to Russia's brutal and
1:34:04
ongoing invasion. But the nation's tech scene has been
1:34:08
surprisingly resilient, according to the Ukrainian
1:34:11
startup fund,
1:34:12
out of it 160 startups that we've talked to no one has
1:34:16
closed and stopped their activity. Of course, a lot of
1:34:19
them have made a lot have changed their location to the
1:34:22
other city of Ukraine and cetera, et cetera. But all of
1:34:24
them want to keep working to developing
1:34:27
Russian exhibitors. We're not welcome at the 2023
1:34:31
International Trade Show. Ces organizers say they are happy to
1:34:35
feature Ukrainian startups this year, because the world wants to
1:34:39
support Ukraine during the conflict.
1:34:44
Something some sigh up or something going on here. The
1:34:47
Ukrainians are quite adept at high end coding, and, you know,
1:34:54
outstanding at creating viruses and, and also work as content
1:35:00
detractors and they make him sound like a bunch of buffoons,
1:35:03
Ukrainian startup fund and there were signs everywhere. Do you
1:35:06
know that who's financing Ukrainian startup fund?
1:35:11
I'm sure I won't be surprised us
1:35:13
AI D ah, they got signs all over the booth
1:35:19
it's us AI D so that's just a spook thing.
1:35:22
Yeah, well the My goodness, they're making paper from trees.
1:35:26
This is crazy. This is ces peak ces
1:35:31
making with coffee cups from coffee grounds. The hell's that
1:35:35
all about? Joke is a joke. It's a bunch of jokers. These guys
1:35:41
are just laughing up their sleeves. And meanwhile France 24
1:35:45
is all in like a bunch of dummies. And with
1:35:48
that I'd like to thank you for your currency in the morning to
1:35:50
you the man who used to report on the see in the CES ladies and
1:35:54
gentlemen say hello to my friend on the other end Mr. John's
1:36:01
Karina worship see was near social in the one of the days
1:36:04
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1:36:47
see how we're doing on the count. Oh. 2321 What? Yes.
1:36:56
Okay, that tells us something's amiss.
1:36:59
I don't know why would it be amiss?
1:37:01
Because you don't the variations is statistically invalid what we
1:37:05
had last Sunday. It's going up and down. And we had the 1700s
1:37:08
stuff going on. It's freezing there. There's counting
1:37:12
mechanisms not I think that's an accurate I think that's the
1:37:15
number we should have been getting more normally.
1:37:17
That's what I think I think you're right there. I think
1:37:19
you're right on that some something was wrong. And now
1:37:21
it's back. It's definitely backward.
1:37:23
This number sounds the same to number. Yes, that's traditional
1:37:27
for Sunday's,
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1:38:04
you would be ready for this. I thought it would be ready to
1:38:07
laugh. Oh, okay. So
1:38:10
I'm always ready to laugh.
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So, there is a server. Let me just see if I can bring this up
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I thought I sent it to you. That's interesting, huh? Well,
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it'll tell you which. Which Mastodon servers have blocked
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you. Here. I'm going to bring it up now. And they have a reason
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why now. We have let me see 464 that have blocked us.
1:38:53
Well, 64 Oh, yeah.
1:38:55
Let me give you some of the reasons how many are there there
1:38:57
must be millions. Well, we're blocked by a lot of them,
1:39:00
including twit dot social. But we are blindly twit
1:39:04
dot social blockers. Well,
1:39:06
let me see if they gave a reason you see twit Let me see. Twit
1:39:15
now didn't give a reason. But I'll just run through the list
1:39:18
and give you some reasons is pretty interesting. Pretty
1:39:20
interesting list. Hate speech, free speech
1:39:24
hate speech. What do we do hate speech? No. Free speech
1:39:28
which is the as a instead of saying free speech they do free
1:39:31
speech free speech moderators ignore anti semitism and our
1:39:36
slurs centered around a yikes podcast and hosts a few shitters
1:39:42
here's one transphobia here's another one instance is well
1:39:46
known for providing a platform for and turning a blind eye to
1:39:50
fascist and fascist adjacent ideology and the perpetuation of
1:39:55
such through harassment. Wow that That's
1:40:00
that's well I will say this turn a blind eye to everything but
1:40:06
not harassment we usually get we kick people off for that.
1:40:10
Here's another one freeze speech instance run by the no agenda
1:40:15
podcast hosted by John C Dvorak and Adam curry rather tolerant
1:40:19
of fascist and other scum Adam curry has proven uncooperative
1:40:23
in the past
1:40:25
and he corroborated for what
1:40:27
I guess blocking people and kicking them off here one no
1:40:31
agenda is Nazi agenda always good haha oh here's one oh no
1:40:36
moderation policy lots of free speech accounts. Also
1:40:41
misogynistic anti abortion conspiracy theory accounts. Oh
1:40:46
my god, I love this free speech. They just why why don't they
1:40:51
just say free speech? Why is it freeze speech? Free speech? What
1:40:56
is that? What is the brain freeze so free freeze as in
1:41:00
freezing peach as a freeze
1:41:01
with a Z it's got a Z right? Yes, free has actually has a Z
1:41:06
and it says freeze peach, peach. What is wrong with these kids in
1:41:12
12 years old.
1:41:14
Listen to this one. So this is social dot hex dot technology
1:41:18
you know the reason says I've looked at this domain four to
1:41:21
five times each time I didn't find anything specifically
1:41:24
warranting a suspension but the fact that it comes up so often
1:41:29
in itself warrants a suspension
1:41:32
I mean that's you oh you got to cut and paste that one
1:41:36
that's one of my favorite
1:41:38
ends and cut and paste and that's a poster it is
1:41:43
I'm so proud of that one anti bureaucracies Yeah, I sent you
1:41:48
the whole list okay you sent okay the gathering of all the
1:41:52
ideological garbage in one place Nazis fastest racist misogynist
1:41:57
homophobic Chernobyl is not so toxic as this instance
1:42:05
oh what was what was that domain?
1:42:08
That is bursal dot zone I have no idea what that is. Brother
1:42:14
yeah it's great. I love reading all this even podcasts index dot
1:42:19
social got guys blocked by quite a number of of I mean we talked
1:42:23
about there is podcasting 2.0 Seriously. So what are some of
1:42:29
the reasons that how many blocks do we get there? Let me see
1:42:34
podcast index dot social and watch this this is also funny 37
1:42:40
Let me see fashio adjacent now you go no agenda affiliated
1:42:49
there it is it's interesting though Mastodon dot social which
1:42:55
is the big one you know it's the big the big monster run by the
1:42:59
run by the by the fascist by the by the actual fascist. They have
1:43:05
a lot of blocks you know why they're blocked? It's too big.
1:43:09
There's large instance large instance excessive external Nov
1:43:14
traffic too large to be moderated. I mean, it's font.
1:43:20
It's fantastic. Now of course, this is perfect. Because it
1:43:22
shouldn't be that way. It's 464 servers that block us outright.
1:43:27
So find one that doesn't and join in the fun. We're fascia
1:43:31
adjacent everybody.
1:43:33
Yeah. That's pathetic.
1:43:37
Follow Adam and no agenda. social.com Jhansi DeVore I could
1:43:40
no agenda social.com You too can be fashion adjacent, and be on
1:43:44
the block list of 1000s. Now let's thank the artists for
1:43:49
episode 1518 which we tried to idle we titled cue yoga, to
1:43:57
yoga. And we love this art. This piece of work which was brought
1:44:01
to us by Nico Syme Nico has has had a couple of wins. It just I
1:44:06
mean, it's an old classic. We love a mac and cheese joke. But
1:44:10
when it came down to the crap half cooked macaroni and cheese
1:44:14
save the climate. Uh, he Nailed it. Nailed it. It was so good.
1:44:20
I will mention that this is repurposed from one of his
1:44:23
earlier failed pieces. I know a lot of artists do that and I
1:44:27
don't think it's a bad thing it's not you don't get any
1:44:30
points against you. But it should be noted
1:44:33
Well, what do you mean Did he already have
1:44:35
this action the whole like it was there was no agenda crap
1:44:39
you're not having a half Cook was no he had a different gag.
1:44:41
Different gag.
1:44:42
Okay, okay. It was a good gag though. I liked this girl was
1:44:47
outstanding.
1:44:48
This was a piece had everything that we wanted. It has something
1:44:51
to do with the show. It had put the little climate change thing
1:44:54
in there, which was President blocked for that regime by
1:44:57
climate change, right or Ehrlich They don't like Paul are like
1:45:02
we don't
1:45:05
the other pieces we ever just
1:45:08
Well, there was people trying to do climate like climate, The
1:45:12
Population Bomb, which Kenny Ben tried it and doesn't work
1:45:17
doesn't work. There was the unhappy Darren Darren O'Neill
1:45:22
the unhappy Amazon Alexa, that was actually not bad. Yeah, you
1:45:26
like that? And there was a lot of people trying to do the
1:45:28
speaker joke because of the Speaker of the House, which is
1:45:33
just No, no, could you show on speakers? Are you like the Yes,
1:45:38
I speak Dutch lady. Why was that? There was this there was
1:45:42
one little flag she's wearing the orange. Yes, I split up a
1:45:46
dash you liked it.
1:45:48
Stupid. That's why I just thought it was cute. Okay.
1:45:52
And I don't think there was much else that we thought was
1:45:57
appropriate for the show where you kind of liked the the fear
1:46:00
of the X BB dot 1.5 What that was it was kind of good with the
1:46:04
eyes. It wasn't too bad. It wasn't horrible peace. What else
1:46:10
did we have nothing. That was it. Oh, and Project BLUE steam,
1:46:14
which was done by mountain Jay. I appreciate it. Because it
1:46:19
would be Project Blue Blue street blue stream. So to say
1:46:25
blue steam, but it was such a stretch. I mean, I can't even
1:46:29
explain why it was kinda good. And then there was comics or
1:46:32
Blogger was some AI bullcrap was McCarthy as a clown. This is not
1:46:38
going to end well.
1:46:40
The thing about McCarthy as a con i didn't know as you
1:46:42
mentioned, I didn't look at the title before to me. I didn't
1:46:44
know what it was McCarthy. I just thought it was just some
1:46:47
clown
1:46:47
was Mike Elgin.
1:46:50
That's it. Maybe it was. I think I thought that too. Now I will
1:46:54
say I did use for the newsletter, which came in later,
1:46:57
which is the the first time ever submission at late submission of
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Josh. On Hold on, I can keep talking on the mic. What? Icon
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hold hold press mongering wheel, which is above there has got a
1:47:16
spinning wheel with crack and variant
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that that wasn't up yet.
1:47:21
It came in late. Oh, okay. And I like saffron. I like it a lot.
1:47:26
And can I use it for the newsletter? It looks a little
1:47:29
bit like some lifted art from here or there. But I see the
1:47:33
newsletter. I use it
1:47:34
for the for the bad signal this morning going by it. Yeah, but
1:47:38
it's fuzzy. Did you notice it's fuzzy, it's not fuzzy on my
1:47:41
screen looks fuzzy on my screen will must be a kerning issue.
1:47:47
Whatever. Thank you very much.
1:47:51
You were to use the 5019 ones.
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51 on the nights what is going on? It's fallen down on the job.
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he's asking for games board games, okay. Oh, that's fine.
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Maybe he eats them literally. It's possible. He couldn't be a
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love is lit and all that s.it I don't know what that means. So
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I do not see a note but she did bring us $222.22 In Australian
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jiggles fear is freedom. Oh for jiggles says but he meant
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jingles. Fear is freedom and spot the spook and yet karma for
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all.
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What he's talking about is marching pigs.
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Freedom, subjugation is liberation, contract, drift.
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Those are the facts of this world and you will surrender to
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them. You cuz
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there was a 2000 Oops, oops oops oops How did that happen? What
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spot the spook that it was a song I know but the jingle what
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was that? replay it? Yeah well here it is here it is
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a spot the spooky spot the spoon. Everybody wants to spot
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you've got ah Harma so there was a guest spook at the Central
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He's not the spook mind could be. But you never know limited
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hangout spook. You know, you got to use you got to use the
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But they can't be used limited hangout spots, they can't be
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Little McCarthy. I can do a little McCarthy. I have a theory
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around it. And yes,
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I would like you just is it part of your Can you just roll that
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bias again? Because I thought that was one of the you know,
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you are so smart. It was one of the smartest things I've ever
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comes my Oh, glad that someone finally just said it's so smart.
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Just brilliant.
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Thank you, Tucker. Apparently you couldn't come up with it.
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No, I
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didn't. When I saw it, I was going oh, man, actual content.
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Look, I always be careful know,
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what I determined is that the Democrats managed to screw
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themselves over with this with this situation with McCarthy,
2:03:04
because they what happened was the Republicans wishes very rare
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in a midterm, where you have such a small minority victory,
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they only have three or four or five people that give them to
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the majority. And so it doesn't take 20 people, if they if you
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got 20 People that are kind of dissidents, and they just don't
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that's what they decided to do. They just said, No, we're not
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going to vote for this guy unless and you can't make him
2:03:34
win, especially when the other side, which orchestrated to
2:03:38
small majority, meaning that they actually had to control
2:03:41
which is the Democrats, they were too, too arrogant to even
2:03:45
get through some votes his way. Which would have got him in and
2:03:50
instead they kept voting for this Hakeem Jeffries guy, and
2:03:54
you know, he's not gonna get in a Republican, no republicans
2:03:56
explain the importance of these negotiations. Because what what
2:04:01
we have come to learn is that the Speaker of the House sets
2:04:04
the rules. And one of the rules that the I guess the Maga
2:04:09
Republicans, the, you know, the fascist wanted was the ability
2:04:13
to kick the speaker out, but also they wanted the ability to
2:04:17
investigate Biden, investigate the FBI itself. Whatever,
2:04:24
whatever else, there are a lot of
2:04:27
Investigatory Powers, they can't be stopped by by the speaker,
2:04:31
they can kick the speaker out at the drop of a hat to he agreed
2:04:34
to all this. He kept agreeing and agreeing and agreeing to all
2:04:37
these terms and conditions, which weakened him technically,
2:04:42
all and every time that he agreed to something new than the
2:04:45
guy had gotten maybe another vote or two and they finally
2:04:47
agreed to just about all that. He pretty much gave his powers
2:04:53
to the Magga Republicans the most conservative the
2:04:56
Republicans are ultra mega ultra Magaz and so they got their they
2:05:00
got in. They got what they wanted. So they're going to have
2:05:03
a bunch of interesting, you know, probably still Toothless,
2:05:06
but be disposed to have some teeth into these investigations
2:05:10
Jim
2:05:11
Jordan got a church style investigation,
2:05:14
they want to do church style investigations. Okay, so they
2:05:17
got all that. Now the irony with the first irony is that this
2:05:21
only happened because the Democrats were so sharp at
2:05:24
keeping the Republicans from having a real red wave, they did
2:05:28
that. But instead of taking advantage of it, and by that, I
2:05:31
mean, taking advantage of it by giving McCarthy some votes
2:05:36
before he turned over all these powers. They had this huge
2:05:39
opportunity to the Democrats to give McCarthy the powers initial
2:05:45
which were going to be in their fair in the Democrats favor
2:05:48
because there's going to save all these investigations from
2:05:51
keep them from happening. But they were too arrogant or
2:05:54
stupid, which is my opinion. They didn't know what they had.
2:05:57
They could have pushed McCarthy over before he gave one
2:06:01
concession let alone dozens of concessions. They could have
2:06:07
pushed him over the top real easy, but now they want to show
2:06:09
they can unity, where unify we work like robots. We're all
2:06:13
gonna vote for Hakeem Jeffries with no exceptions, no
2:06:17
exceptions. So they all voted against McCarthy have a couple
2:06:21
of questions. It was dumb. It was
2:06:24
kind of a couple questions. So again, this was so smart. I'm
2:06:27
glad someone finally said just brilliant. You're a wonderful
2:06:30
press. Yes, you're so great. Thanks for coming on. So the
2:06:34
when you when I read this and can you always send me the draft
2:06:37
and this was a good to go newsletter? No changes. Good to
2:06:39
go. I was I was thinking now are we missing something because the
2:06:45
Democrats in Texas brilliantly brilliantly let the Republicans
2:06:51
go all the way with the with the Roe v. Wade overturned. So that
2:06:57
you know, you basically you can't you can't even have sex
2:07:00
and Texas anymore, let alone abort a fetus. And they let that
2:07:06
I think we agreed that the that was the Democrats in Texas did
2:07:11
that. So they could have this big wedge on election day. Which
2:07:16
for the midterm, which I think certainly helped them. So is
2:07:19
there nothing they've done here that you think it's truly the
2:07:22
arrogance, truly stupid, they're just stupid. And they really
2:07:26
didn't have any plan? Except let's all be unified. And we'll
2:07:29
show right.
2:07:30
Okay, a couple of things. I agree with that. And I was
2:07:33
thinking and thinking and thinking of like, maybe that's
2:07:36
what Pelosi wanted. She wanted the Democrats to stay away from
2:07:40
giving him any so that so so the may be as possible, because
2:07:44
Pelosi is out to the last she's not going to run again. Maybe it
2:07:48
was her goodbye gift to Biden as look, now they're going to
2:07:51
investigate you and they got free rein for you. It's
2:07:56
possible.
2:07:57
I have that thought as well. Let's go to some I've two
2:08:01
reports here. The first one is now this, of course, was the
2:08:05
only news that mattered. Don't worry about the border. Don't
2:08:08
worry about inflation. Don't worry about you know, potential
2:08:12
war with Russia. Don't worry about all that. It's all about
2:08:16
this. This is what matters. 15 vote. The Republicans are crazy.
2:08:20
Marjorie Taylor Greene has DT on the phone people.
2:08:25
Overnight, a dramatic finish to a historic battle for Speaker of
2:08:29
the House. Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy, finally elected
2:08:34
as the next Speaker of the House, taking the gavel from
2:08:37
Democrats. That was easy, huh? I never thought we'd get up here.
2:08:44
Hakeem,
2:08:45
I gotta warn you. Two years ago, I got 100% of the vote from my
2:08:51
conference. I didn't quite understand that. What kind of
2:08:56
this was a slam but I didn't understand it. He didn't get
2:08:58
100% of the vote this time. What was he trying to say here?
2:09:04
Whoa, what he's trying to say. Hakeem got 100% of the vote from
2:09:10
the Democrats. And he's just warning him that when he becomes
2:09:13
if the house flips back Democrat, oh, he may have some
2:09:17
more issues. Okay.
2:09:20
I got 100% of the vote from my conference. It was a fight that
2:09:26
was bitter until the very end. fingers pointed, heated words
2:09:30
exchanged after Kevin McCarthy failed for the 14th time blocked
2:09:35
by one member from his own party, Matt Gaetz. tense
2:09:38
negotiations played out on the House floor the cameras catching
2:09:42
it all after already making several key concessions.
2:09:45
McCarthy trying to convince Gates himself when that didn't
2:09:48
work, members grew frustrated. At one point Republican Mike
2:09:52
Rogers of Alabama had to be physically pulled back during a
2:09:56
heated confrontation with gate Democrat shouting to see see For
2:10:02
what purpose does the gentleman from Minnesota rise? Madam
2:10:05
Clerk, I rise to say, wow. Then a breakthrough deal reached the
2:10:19
15th round of voting stretching past midnight, ending in a
2:10:23
standing ovation for the new Speaker of the House.
2:10:26
My responsibility, our responsibility is to our
2:10:30
country,
2:10:31
McCarthy celebrating a new Republican majority calling for
2:10:35
a fresh direction.
2:10:36
Our system is built on checks and balances, it's time for us
2:10:40
to be a check and provide some balance the President's
2:10:44
policies.
2:10:47
What was rather interesting is the camera work from C span,
2:10:52
which provides all of the video for all of the public
2:10:56
broadcasters. And, you know, they were they were doing close
2:11:02
ups. And yeah, the reason why I found out is it typically when
2:11:08
they're in a session, so this is a joint session, and the rules
2:11:13
are off the table.
2:11:15
It's not it was not I haven't you mean by joint session?
2:11:19
Oh, hold on a second. I have it here. It's, there's a so there
2:11:24
are rules. So typically, the Congress determines or whoever's
2:11:29
in charge determines what can be shown and they actually I think
2:11:33
they control the cameras.
2:11:37
was a joint session means the sentence they're
2:11:41
looking for it. Now. There was a whole article on this. Um, so
2:11:44
I'm not saying it, right. What the IRS some put it this way,
2:11:52
there's a rule that didn't count in this case. And that's why
2:11:55
they were doing this type of coverage. But you know, the
2:11:59
funny thing is, it'll be over now.
2:12:01
C span is best ratings ever. Because I guess people were just
2:12:06
watching C span because this was so interesting. And so they were
2:12:10
hamming it up with direction. Get a close up with that guy.
2:12:14
You know, they go zooming in they had a they had a camera on
2:12:17
gates and waters. Yeah. Does she love Jackson or whatever? Namely
2:12:22
notching outwardly, yes, Sheila Jackson, whatever. And for a
2:12:27
long time, and she's yelling at him, she's going back and forth.
2:12:30
And he's laughing about something and they're having a
2:12:32
good day, and they're having a good time, which was not the way
2:12:35
it was expressed. I don't have a clip. Okay,
2:12:37
I listened. So I'm reading this now. It was because there's no
2:12:40
speaker of the house until the Speaker was elected, they could
2:12:44
do whatever they wanted. And they did.
2:12:47
How, wow, that's interesting. But then don't elect one anyway,
2:12:52
by the way, in 1836, that went for two and a half months like
2:12:55
this. So this was no big deal with a few days, whatever.
2:12:59
Now, what was so that was is Kevin McCarthy. He gave a little
2:13:04
bit of a butt slam to Jeffrey's Did you see Jeffrey's speech? Of
2:13:08
course he is the Minority Leader. Did you see what he
2:13:11
said? No. Oh, oh, here it is. He did the whole alphabet with
2:13:16
comparing Democrats to Republicans. Yeah, this is
2:13:20
written by the way I liked this. I like a divided house. I think
2:13:25
that's the way it should be. They should get nothing done.
2:13:27
That's basically my my my wish talking to the choir. Yeah.
2:13:31
Well, you and I both but here's here's the the unifying party
2:13:36
House Democrats
2:13:38
will always put American values over autocracy, benevolence over
2:13:44
bigotry. The Constitution over the coat democracy over
2:13:50
demagogues, Economic Opportunity over extremism, freedom over
2:13:56
fascism, governing over gaslighting hopefulness over
2:14:01
hatred, inclusion over isolation, Justice over judicial
2:14:07
overreach knowledge over kangaroo courts, Liberty over
2:14:12
limitation, maturity over Mar a Lago normal thing over
2:14:18
negativity, opportunity over obstruction, people over
2:14:23
politics, quality of life issues over chewing on reason over
2:14:28
racism, substance of a slander, triumph over tyranny
2:14:33
understanding over ugliness voting rights over voter
2:14:37
suppression, working families over the well connected Zinio
2:14:42
over xenophobia. Yes we can over you can do it and zealous
2:14:48
representation. Oh one zero.
2:14:54
So that's about as divisive as anything I've ever heard from
2:14:57
these assholes,
2:14:59
but use SP selfmade your cop daughter health is what I say.
2:15:02
And by the way, talking to my kangaroo courts as he turned
2:15:07
around and looked at his January 6 committee speaking of
2:15:10
such let's go to the videotape,
2:15:12
two years ago, on January the sixth our democracy was
2:15:16
attacked. The US Capitol was breached which had never
2:15:22
happened before in the history of the United States of America,
2:15:25
even during the Civil War. Oh, wait,
2:15:27
way, way, way way didn't they? Didn't bombs go off in Senate
2:15:32
multiple times? It wasn't on the ground. They blew it.
2:15:36
Weather Underground threw a bunch of bomb bombs, barrel
2:15:38
bombs in the capital
2:15:40
bombs but it wasn't breached, you see wasn't breached.
2:15:44
bombs in there somehow
2:15:45
mob of insurrection, so assaulted law enforcement,
2:15:48
vandalized sacred halls, hunted down elected officials did a
2:15:54
poor job, all for the purpose attempt to overthrow the will of
2:16:00
the people and you serve the peaceful transfer of power. All
2:16:05
of it. All of it was fueled by lies about the 2020 election,
2:16:12
five people.
2:16:13
One of them was US Capitol Police Officer Brian cippic,
2:16:17
whose parents accepted the Presidential Citizens Medal from
2:16:20
President Joe Biden on Friday.
2:16:28
On the steps of the Capitol bells told as the officers names
2:16:32
were read aloud officer Billy Evans gathered
2:16:38
hands onto their memory and notice what they were doing
2:16:41
here. So first of all, this is a lie. These officers did not did
2:16:45
that. Okay, just go go look at the actual facts is a total lie.
2:16:51
And what they're doing now is the doing the bell ringing with
2:16:53
the reading out of the names, just like 911 It's disgusting
2:16:57
what these people are doing evidence,
2:17:02
gathered hands on to their memory and acknowledged with
2:17:05
deep gratitude. The tremendous bravery of the hundreds of
2:17:09
officers who defended us at the Citadel of democracy that
2:17:15
fateful day.
2:17:16
Many of these lawmakers were here that day, crouched under
2:17:19
seats and wearing gas masks. Senior officials were whisked
2:17:23
away to bunkers. But while the focus was on the fallen
2:17:26
officers, Ashley Babbitt's mother marched outside holding a
2:17:30
picture of her daughter, Babbitt, who was among the
2:17:32
protesters was shot dead by Capitol Police inside the
2:17:36
building.
2:17:37
Here's, here's a question for Speaker of the House House,
2:17:41
Kevin McCarthy. Now that you're in charge of it, could you
2:17:44
please release all 14,000 hours of videotape of January 6, so we
2:17:49
can see that? Do you think he's going to do that? It's a unique
2:17:53
party pay people. These people don't don't care about you. They
2:17:59
don't. Couple other things we'd like to see.
2:18:06
And I notice Hakeem Jeffries voices a little bit like the
2:18:10
mayor of New York, and I think our guy can do it. Ooh, let me
2:18:13
hear that again. Very, it's a little less Gopi. But as much as
2:18:17
close actually Babbitt's
2:18:19
mother marched outside holding a picture by here. Many of these
2:18:23
lawmakers were here that day, crouch watch it here.
2:18:26
It's honor their memory and acknowledged with deep
2:18:28
gratitude. The tremendous bravery of the hundreds braver
2:18:32
officers who defended us at the Citadel of democracy, that
2:18:38
fateful day
2:18:39
that you write, and a here's our guy. It's exactly the same. Oh,
2:18:50
yeah, this it's going to be so disappointing. It's obvious.
2:18:53
It's obvious. It's just going to be disappointing. I don't see
2:18:57
how anybody can think anything different. Oh, there'll
2:18:59
be a lot of showboating. It'll be it'll be him humorous. We'll
2:19:02
get some good clips. Oh, maybe the mainstream won't pick any of
2:19:07
it up. So they're gonna go overboard, you can watch
2:19:09
especially Jim Jordan. Now Jim Jordan was wanting to be Speaker
2:19:13
of the House at one point. And but this time he he's got I
2:19:16
think he's got his eyes on the White House sometime in the
2:19:19
future because he decided against running for because he
2:19:22
could have stood up and run and probably beat beat McCarthy but
2:19:27
he won because he's the head of I think his ways and means the
2:19:30
House Judiciary, which is going to have most of the hearings.
2:19:35
And so he's going to be the big shot at that, you know, get
2:19:38
slamming the gavel and and shutting people up and then
2:19:41
making a fuss so he's going to be a showboat galore is gonna go
2:19:46
over the top. He's going to ruin his chances for presidency by
2:19:50
becoming a ham actor. And that's what we're gonna see in the next
2:19:53
two years.
2:19:54
Yeah, it's gonna be just as bad as January 6 as the January 6
2:19:58
Committee. It puts audible sham never, nothing ever comes out of
2:20:02
this. The fact that they're going to claim it to a church,
2:20:06
the clips, a clips come out of a church style Committee, which
2:20:10
has happened has nothing to do with church, but it was the was
2:20:15
it Senator church? Was it House Representative church? You know,
2:20:18
he was a senator, I think, wasn't he?
2:20:21
I think he was I think, Senator, the church was the senator, was
2:20:24
the Senate committee, not a House committee. Well, so
2:20:26
you're not gonna have one of those, that's for sure. And that
2:20:28
was when the CIA and intelligence services had to
2:20:32
admit they really didn't admit it until they were in private
2:20:35
session. That yes, we do put CIA people in as reporters. And if
2:20:39
they're not the reporters, then we the CIA, people write up the
2:20:41
story and give it to the reporters. And nothing changed,
2:20:45
nothing changed. Now we have the stooge in you know, in the
2:20:50
Ukraine times write it up, and then we can say it's true over
2:20:53
here in the New York Times, nothing's going to change. Now,
2:20:57
yeah, we've
2:20:58
already we've shown all the models have been Ohio's people
2:21:01
reveal the models on this show. We've had all the models,
2:21:04
different kinds of you know, you have the fake story in Africa,
2:21:08
and then you run it over here, or you just have a stooge
2:21:11
someplace in the middle of middleman stooge. Who's the
2:21:14
spook? And he approves it to go over here and over there. And
2:21:17
then we are we just write it up ourselves? Yeah, let's go send
2:21:21
it you know, they have a staff of who knows how many people
2:21:23
1000s I'm guessing of writers and in Langley that write this
2:21:28
stuff up there, right? They do books for people that, you know,
2:21:31
I know what it takes to write a book, and
2:21:34
do we ever. It takes forever to get a book done. It's horrible.
2:21:38
It's 10 years.
2:21:41
10 years for me to write a book, too many ace.com. And so the
2:21:47
point is, is that it's a system and it works. And they've done a
2:21:51
good job of buffering the public by making them think whatever
2:21:54
they want, which is what the idea is, because it keeps the it
2:21:58
keeps a stable, somewhat stable society. But it's bullcrap.
2:22:02
Yeah.
2:22:02
Here's, there's one other extra thing that has been shoved in
2:22:06
here, because mind you, all of what they're saying here about
2:22:09
January 6, is is not true. It's just not true. It's demonstrably
2:22:15
not true. And if we ever get to see the 14,000 hours of
2:22:19
videotape, it'll go right into the 1000s of sealed indictments,
2:22:23
you'll see that it just wasn't what they made out of it. And
2:22:26
there were a lot of actors, FBI actors who were a John
2:22:30
provocateurs. Just to top it off, though, let's bring in some
2:22:34
lawsuits.
2:22:35
This morning. The longtime partner of Capitol Police
2:22:37
Officer Brian sick Nick, who died from injuries suffered
2:22:39
during the January 6 attack has filed a wrongful death lawsuit
2:22:43
against former President Trump and two people in the crowd that
2:22:46
day. Sick Nick was hospitalized after being assaulted with bear
2:22:49
spray. He died January 7, the medical examiner saying the
2:22:53
cause was a stroke.
2:22:55
Now does bear spray cause strokes
2:23:00
I thought bearish spray was really not even like pepper
2:23:03
spray was designed. I think it's like a skunk based product that
2:23:09
no I'm gonna look it up the new lawsuit. Well, I doubt if it
2:23:13
causes strokes. But well
2:23:14
then what kind of what kind of lawsuit is this then by January
2:23:18
7. Ah,
2:23:20
a nuisance nuisance suit maybe Bill examiner saying
2:23:23
the cause was a stroke. The new lawsuit which claims a
2:23:26
conspiracy to violate civil rights and the aiding and
2:23:29
abetting of an assault seeks $10 million from each defendant. The
2:23:33
lawsuit saying the horrific events of January 6 2021,
2:23:36
including officers techniques tragic wrongful death were a
2:23:40
direct and foreseeable consequence of the defendants
2:23:42
unlawful actions as spokesperson for former President Trump
2:23:45
responding saying President Trump clearly and unequivocally
2:23:49
stated that Americans should peacefully and patriotically
2:23:51
make their voices heard
2:23:53
they should send this to the same court that convicted Alex
2:23:56
Jones.
2:23:57
This is this is the st. beb turns out to bear spray that's
2:24:01
commercially available, which is a lot different than what I was
2:24:04
would formulate. Is that is basically is just a form of
2:24:08
pepper spray. Right? Oh, so it's capsicum. It's hot chili peppers
2:24:14
in the face. It hurts. It's not fun. A lot more strokes out
2:24:19
there. But now it's one to 2% capsid capsaicin let's get that
2:24:25
straight out and get a bunch of notes. is Fe Ms. Avi Yeah, media
2:24:28
brands it capsaicin one to 2% capsaicin tended to turn
2:24:34
aggressive or charging bear I would rather access so i Okay,
2:24:39
well, I have my own theories of I keep Arizona the camp. Yeah.
2:24:43
What Well, hello, stop. If you have a keep the bears out of the
2:24:47
camp tip. I think we should hear it.
2:24:49
There was a product I was going to do with a guy another lab,
2:24:52
another lab rat at Union oil, and it was called bear scare.
2:24:57
And it was made with methyl mercaptan In what is one of the
2:25:04
elements that methyl mercaptan and dichro del Sol fight I think
2:25:07
the other two elements are the two main ingredients in skunk.
2:25:11
bears don't like skunks, they don't they avoid them like the
2:25:14
plague. And so you take this bear scare and you, you pet you
2:25:19
spray it on a perimeter of trees around your campsite. And then
2:25:24
the bears won't come into the camp. They just won't.
2:25:27
What happened to this? What happened to this product? That
2:25:29
should have been this is a shark tank product I've ever saw one.
2:25:32
Yeah,
2:25:33
I know. It's still a good idea. Well, the problem with it is
2:25:36
it's hard to sell. It's hard to ship it's hard to because this
2:25:39
damned the Mercat these Bearcat family of mercaptans were trees
2:25:43
to keep in the freezer at the lab. And I used to have some at
2:25:47
the house. Yeah, but it has to be kept frozen. And because it
2:25:52
it literally leeches through the glass and start stinking. It
2:25:57
stinks to high heaven is not a stench that you can adapt to
2:26:02
him. If you have it. Smell it, you smell it and you go home,
2:26:05
okay, you kind of adapt to it as you don't notice it after a
2:26:09
while, but it stinks. And I don't you can't put it in a you
2:26:12
can put it in a store to sell it. Because there's things you
2:26:16
can't put you can't ship because the post office won't take it
2:26:19
because it stinks it stinks. The
2:26:22
more you know, in the morning. Dynamite it it would work it
2:26:27
would work good info. Like that info is good. Yeah,
2:26:34
yeah. All right.
2:26:36
Let's see. What else do we have on the list? Well,
2:26:39
I got a couple.
2:26:40
How about Elon? I see you have Elon clips. I'm always
2:26:43
on Twitter. Yeah. This is updates on Twitter. Twitter
2:26:47
fires update one and two.
2:26:49
Okay. Oh, this is a new kind of update. Good is in D. D. I'm
2:26:55
excited.
2:26:56
Elon Musk has released more information about the extent of
2:26:59
alleged government influence on Twitter. He says the federal
2:27:03
government had asked Twitter to suspend a 250,000 accounts.
2:27:07
Here's the story. Elon
2:27:09
Musk on Tuesday replied to a Twitter thread, saying quote, US
2:27:13
government agency demanded suspension of 250,000 accounts,
2:27:17
including journalists and Canadian officials. Musk was
2:27:20
replying to a thread by journalist Matt Taibbi, who
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posted the latest Twitter files. The thread showed redacted email
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correspondence between Twitter executives and government
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officials within various federal agencies in 2020. Ty EB wrote
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that Twitter was taking orders from a range of government
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agencies, including the Senate Intelligence Committee, the
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Treasury, the NSA, the Department of Health and Human
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Services, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
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