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January 12th • 3h 3m

1520: Hambone

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Oh, it's an outrage.
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Adam curry,
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John C Devorah. It's Thursday, January 12 2023. This is your
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award winning chemo nation media assassination episode 1520. This
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is no agenda. Hearing eerie echoes and broadcasting live
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from the heart of the Texas Hill Country here and fingerings and
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number six in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry.
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In from Northern Silicon Valley. We're all the women are asking
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the universal question. Does this tattoo make me look fat?
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I'm Jesse diboride.
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Wow, I hadn't heard that one. Where did that come from? All of
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a sudden.
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I actually thought I made it up just this morning.
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I don't think I've ever heard a woman say does this tattoo make
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me look bad? But it's good. It's good.
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It's coming. It's coming. Yes. Get
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some tissue. Oh, man, we might as well kick it off with with
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the story of there's so many stories of the day actually.
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Yes, a lot of they're all middling. They're all middling,
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but there's lots of them middling. What do you mean,
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middling? It's like, you know, they're not great. They're not
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lousy. They're in the middle. They're all middling. And
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they're all and there's lots of them. There's lots of middling
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stories.
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What's interesting is, I'm so sure that I had a clip about the
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no Tam. And now I can't find anything.
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Oh, you want to start with the FAA? Well, I have the FAA
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rundown a short one. That'll help. Yeah, that'll help Romain
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TD while you're looking you can play this
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flights are gradually resuming after being grounded or delayed.
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Today, the Federal Aviation Administration or FAA was
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scrambling to fix a system outage. Passengers were told to
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check with airlines for updates. The FAA says it ordered airlines
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to pause all domestic departures until 9am. Eastern time today,
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the agency needed time to validate the integrity of flight
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and safety information. Flights already in the air were allowed
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to continue to their destinations. The FAA said it
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was working to restore a system that alerts pilots to hazards
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and also notifies of changes to airport facilities and
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procedures. The system had stopped processing updated
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information.
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All right, don't even need to play another clip. I would like
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to address this for a moment because the mainstream media are
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a bunch of dicks.
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I had that clip, assuming you would do just this. And of
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course, they're dead. This is new.
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Well, the dickish part is unlike you know, like some air crashes
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or other incidents, they'll bring on a pilot from time to
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time you'll even maybe a guy in the newsroom who was a private
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pilot, but I didn't see any of that at all. And that was
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suspicious to start with. Because any any pilot any
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private pilot, I looked it up I've been a licensed helicopter
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and fixed wing pilot for 16 years. And not once ever have is
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there ever been any issue with the no tam system? In fact, over
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10 years ago, there was you didn't you didn't have a place
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to go you don't have phones to bring this up? When I was when I
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started flying? We had a no temp system but there was no we
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didn't have iPhones or anything like that. Here's how it worked.
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You went on the website and if you couldn't get it directly
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from the FAA you went to the airfield the destination
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airfield you're going to and you looked up there no times and if
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and if there was any question you call them because a no Tam
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and by the way, I had a massive Mandela moment. I when I took
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the test you know the test is what is the no Tam. That's a
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notice to Airmen. I'm sure everyone's heard by now that in
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2021 This was changed to notice two air missions I didn't know
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this and I was looking at all the stores like notice to air
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mission to what what is this is this Are we talking about no
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tabs. So yeah, so that change because of course is no longer
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appropriate. But uh no tam
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is way Wait no longer appropriate. Why?
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Because of what do you mean for equity dude, notice to Airmen,
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there's women pilots,
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you can't have air managers and no tap air people or people
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know but they wanted to make it a seamless change of course they
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didn't really they it's just a change
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the embroidery on on the on the blankets and the embroidery on
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the towels
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and even if you look at the FAA website, they intermingle it so
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they say oh, we have an update no tam modernization and they
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say you know the notice to air missions modernization, but then
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a little bit further on they say notice to Airmen because they
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didn't do a search and replace on everything on their website.
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So che him on them. But it is really quite an innocuous
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system, the way the news media made it sound is like hazards
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underway, you know, important emergency information. No, not
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at all these are very, they change very infrequently. It
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truly is some things that are at an airport that you know, that
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are up note like a light is out on an obstruction, there could
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be a taxiway close. I mean, even when you're enroute to an
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airfield, they could even put it in the automatic weather
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recording. There's a whole bunch of ways that this could be
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solved. But the regulations as we're harmonizing with ICAO, or
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ICAO, as we call it, which is also blamed for the change to
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notice to air missions. It's it's not it's really, it's not a
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big deal. But the regulations don't allow anyone to take off
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anymore unless you have gotten this briefing which you do on
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the ground before you ever even get into the aircraft. This is
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not something that you're flying along and a danger Will Robinson
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danger. No, no, no, no. In fact, for most of them, they're five
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days old. That could be a month old, it'll tell you when it
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expires. So this is not the 911 type emergency that took place.
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But the fact that they grounded everybody. Now that that was
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very odd, particularly because the timeline doesn't match up.
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The timeline says that, here I have it here. They alerted
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everyone at 720. Eastern time A M to ground all flights. But
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then they said that the actual stop didn't happen or the actual
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glitch didn't happen until a little bit after eight. So
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there's no and I don't know how accurate this reporting is. And
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now we got a notice that this was a fat finger operation, that
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someone in the know tam system administration replaced a file
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with another file and that brought the system down. This is
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horseshit. There's only two things that could be going on
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here. One, Mayor Pete wants a money grab, he wants money for
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this system, in which granted, everyone has been complaining
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about not just no Tam, but all of the FAA. And the FAA
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administrator chair is still empty. There's many open
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positions. So it'd be great to have some some some
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congressional hearings so we can get a couple billion more I
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mean, that would make sense. I think that the guy from
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McKinsey, Pete Buda judge I think that's what he knows how
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to do. Let's create something that's great. A little crisis
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not too bad, just something minor. So we can have you get
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more money, more money more money. The other thing and and
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as is evidence that the Canadian no tam system also briefly went
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down yesterday. Now, the odds of the Canadian no tam system and
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the US no tam system, both having an issue on the same day,
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which I can't find a pilot and airmen Oh, I'm sorry, an air
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person anywhere who has ever witnessed this thing going down
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because it's basically like an FTP server. It's not a huge
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deal. It's static. You replace these things. Every day, oh,
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we'll replace this. Maybe. There were a lot of fighter jets and
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air refuelers all of a sudden all over the US airspace. I
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think. I mean, the Q anon answer is they wanted all the planes on
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the ground for a reason they were either looking for somebody
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looking for something, there was some op taking place. And that's
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truly with Canada being a part of this. Something is going on
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that we were that we're not being told.
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It's funny to say that because our director friend, our
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director, or producer friend up in the hills, in Placerville
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area, says there are fighter jets flying around. Never seen
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him before. When it was after it cleared up yesterday from the
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rains,
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they had died or drones in the air that were balloons. Were
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being launched above DC above DC, some places in California.
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Something happened that we're not being told this whole story
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is shaky, you know, they like oh, yeah, some guy replaced a
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file that brought it down. This is these are as 400 systems.
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It's not quite that dumb. It's just, I mean,
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got a nice green screen though. It does.
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It does. So you know. I don't know what happened, but there
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was some a lot of military stuff and you know, they they were
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very clear to point out the military aircraft were still
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taking off. So the combination of the no tam system being not a
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not a not a real mission critical system you I mean,
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look, if let's say Atlanta publishes a no Tam. And, you
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know, the last no time was January 5, which is, you know,
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three, three lights are out somewhere on a taxiway, which is
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good to know, if you're flying in, that can be published, you
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can get the information once every airline could call and
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say, Hey, Atlanta, if any, if you got to know times, let us
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know. We'll tell all our pilots. There's so many different ways
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to handle this but shutting down the entire air system. No, no,
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some kind of op was happening. And maybe we'll figure it out.
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We're keeping the planes out of the sky for a reason. Yeah. Yes.
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But we will not no.
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I'm guessing you're correct.
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And the but the fact that that the Canadian no tam system went
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down. That's the giveaway.
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But did they keep their planes grounded, though?
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They did not. They did not. Let's see. Computer outage hits
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Canadian. Let me see what it is. Hits Canadian flight system
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hours after US system went down? No, no, no, no, that is there's
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just no coincidences like that. It just doesn't exist.
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So I don't know.
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But it's not what they're telling us. And I can believe
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that. And I give us the easy answer as well, which is this is
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just about money. They've always wanted the Next Gen system, etc,
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etc, etc.
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Well, they could also be something serious that happened
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that they're not going to tell us about and then it was one of
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those opportunities because you never let
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never let a good crisis go to waste. Absolutely. That's when
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you can
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do the money grab it as well. It's a twofer. Yeah, it's a
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winner. So beautiful twofer. So I'm sure everybody was sitting
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on the ground waiting for their pilot. All they played into
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local news here was just passengers who were not happy.
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Of course not. And they're not gonna get any money back because
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this was an act of God. You know, this is this is not
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there's not the airline's fault. Oh, no. Oh, no, no, no. So
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anyway, that's what I've got
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on that's kind of a climactic.
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What did you want me to say?
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I wanted something cool. Well, it's not cool enough that the
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known ransomware is no no, no, no, no Ukrainians are declaring
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war on us for not giving them more money. Well, that happened.
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When was that Tuesday to Wednesday night? No. Tuesday
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night when was the Golden Globes on that was that last night or
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the night before I came? I we watched the opening night was
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the night it was the night it was Tuesday night. We watched
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the opening which was atrocious. Did you see any of it? Did you
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see any? Yeah, I
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watched parts of it. I turn it every time I turned it on. It
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was something about you know you couldn't watch it. It was I
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mean, the black comedian who I've never heard of, but okay.
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Yeah, he said I'm black. That's where I got to gig and he was
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really honest. Like and it did a good I saw the gag where he came
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in with it with a Tom Cruise.
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Yeah, the three stories.
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Yeah. And then he made a commentary about the missing
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woman to go heads up to Scientology's wife has been
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missing for 15 years. No one's done anything minor minor
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detail. And, but every time I tried watching it, the both the
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presenters and the winners and everybody in between where it
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was something kind of like it was off putting and I can't tell
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you why.
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Part of it is because you know, when you when you do it in a
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small ballroom like this. What's happening? Every certainly
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during the commercial breaks is everyone gets up into
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schmoozing. But you could hear this host guy saying
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continuously Okay, could everyone be quiet and even
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cursed a couple times, which they bleeped out. It's like King
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shut the EFF up. So that makes the whole vibe really weird. And
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of course, there were no big song and dance numbers. You
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know, the whole thing is, it's a farce. It's the Hollywood
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foreign press. Coup even is the Hollywood foreign press. They
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didn't have a show last year because they were racist. And
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now if Eddie Murphy gets the bigger the Lifetime Achievement
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Award get the black gay guy to host it. How stupid do they
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think we are?
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And they think we're stupid.
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And then the topper the topper, please welcome Golden Globe
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winning actor and founder, Sean Penn
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those those nominated films are proof that regardless of
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language spoken, cinema at its best as an art form that can
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speak to all the aspirations
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by the way, did you recognize a single title of those films? No,
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I had never even heard of any of them.
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Well, they've gone off the deep end with Hollywood has lost the
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plot, to say the least.
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Where were these movies? I mean, I I've never seen them
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advertised. I've never heard of them,
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to generosity to integrity, to empathy, to love, and to
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courage. I'm privileged to be here tonight. The leadership of
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the Hollywood foreign press has seen fit. To encourage that
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those highest aspirations of film should share this stage
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tonight with a very real world example. That which inspires
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films creation,
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inspires films. War inspires films creation,
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from the other worldly courage of young Iranians rising up
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through the ever persevering women's movement of Afghanistan
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we are reminded in no uncertain terms, that the freedom to dream
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is not simply a human luxury, but rather a human need. That
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must be fought and sacrificed for if the freedom to dream were
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a spear, I proudly present a human being who tonight
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represents that Spears most honed.
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I love the emotion in his voice, though the the the slight
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tremble that shows he's just so impressed by this actor Zelensky
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I think he's nervous. No, no,
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he's, he's emotional. He's, he also kind of talks like that.
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Now having sat for five and a half hours from New York to LA.
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He talks a little bit like that. So here's those Alinsky speech
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it's worth listening to
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it is in jonkman. Dear participants of the Eros Golden
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Globe award ceremony, the award was won at a special time. The
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second world war wasn't over yet, but the tide was turned on
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you who would win? There were still battles and tears head.
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And so what he's saying here is the the Golden Globes, which I
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didn't know, apparently, the first one is in 1943, or 1944. I
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mean, it sounds like it sounds weird. Maybe they had just like
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some little blurb in the newspaper. But
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it was then, when the Golden Globe Award appeared to honor
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best performers of 1943. It is now 2023. The war in Ukraine is
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not over yet, but the tide is turning. And it is already clear
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who will win. There were still battles, and tears. But now I
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can definitely tell you who are the best in the previous year,
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it was you the free people of the free world, those who united
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around the support of the free Ukrainian people in our common
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struggle for freedom and democracy, for the right to live
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to love to give birth. No matter who you are, no matter where you
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are from. Unless you're Orthodox Christian, no matter who you are
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with the struggle for the right of the new generations to know
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about the war only from movies. The First World War claimed
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millions of lives, the Second World War claimed 10s of
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millions of them, there will be no third world war. It is not a
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trilogy, your brand will stop the Russian aggression on our
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land. We will make it together with a whole free wall. And I
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hope that all of you will be with us on the victorious day,
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the day of our victory, slow grainy. So
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his voice is deteriorating.
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He was a little more understandable this time though.
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I think he's taken some coaching. It's important that we
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listen to this because everything for the world's
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future is is based around this climate change funding. Military
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Industrial Complex funding. Clearly entertainment. Oh, I
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think it's in two days from now. That'll be Saturday. We have a
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huge event the Miss Universe Reverse pageant. And for some
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reason, I don't think this happened before you're the
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expert. They introduced all of the candidates a couple days
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early in full on garb. And here's Miss Ukraine
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Ukraine. Warrior of Light costume symbolizes Ukraine fight
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for freedom. The warrior of life protects our country like
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Archangel Michael was a guardian of soldiers and considered to be
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the patriot of the capital city. This warrior of life will help
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in their fight Ukraine.
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So first of all, okay, now this guy this is business off the
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rails Ukraine.
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This guy by the way is completely from the strip club.
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Oh, totally man Miss Ukraine bring her out
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grade from receita here she is Braven give it up. Ukraine
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it's the same so this she has wings. So she comes out she has
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these huge wings like an angel and her wings spread mode. No
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way the motor bird the wings spread she's got a sword and
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she's waving the sword and she's like, you know, because you know
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she'd like the Ark angel Michael she will protect her country and
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her city Kieve Did you say key or key? Yeah, I've actually
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I think he said Keith let me play back
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yeah pray fight for freedom. The warrior of life or text or a
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country like Archangel Michael with a guardian of soldiers and
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consider to be the patriot of
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flub Nikita voice into chaos in between
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so this is peak Ukraine right now. This is This is insane.
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So I was saying it is insane. So I've been looking at the Golden
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Globes wiki page. And it says the film's do once a reason. I
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think there's you never heard any of these movies. They must
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be at least 70 minutes and released for at least seven day
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run in the greater Los Angeles area. Okay, starting prior to
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midnight on December 31. It says but it didn't has a new thing
22:36
that fills could be released in theaters or pay per view or on
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Pay Per View or by digital delivery. So these movies don't
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even play anymore, but they have to be shown in the LA area.
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That's why we've never heard of them.
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Yeah. So you know, it's not even Netflix. It's
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a farce.
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It's a complete farce. It's a total farce.
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Now, I have some boots on the ground set up here.
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And this just in we learned today that Ukrainian troops are
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being brought to the US to train on the Patriot missile system.
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Before it's used to shoot down incoming Russian missiles in
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Ukraine. The training of about 100 Ukrainian soldiers will
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begin as early as next week at Fort Sill Oklahoma, about 90
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troops are needed to maintain and operate the highly advanced
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air defense system.
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Okay, so I have an insight verified military Insider. Who's
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who says, you know, obviously, I can't identify the person who
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says please identify me as sources familiar with the
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Patriot missiles thinking which offers perfect, he says the
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Patriots suck. And it's not news that this show by the way was
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not news. This is not new sauce. Now he's dealt with some of the
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Hootie hoo t to t Iranian situation in Yemen. And he says
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$5,000 Homemade drones, Iranian drones and missiles often defeat
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the Patriot missile system. Because either the Patriots
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couldn't hit them directly, or they just sent Li said they sent
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so much of them. There's only five missiles per per Patriot
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system is good for the Scuds. So the Russians and Saudis work
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together and understand how to defeat the Patriots. Sure, when
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the Patriot here here's his prediction when the Patriot
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patriots get to Ukraine, they will be destroyed or proven to
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be worthless in the eyes of the world with a big show. That of
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course, will immediately invigorate the military
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industrial complex for more billions and billions more money
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to build the next generation of air defense systems to stop
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Russia. So I liked that prediction. That's not you.
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I think he's right. Yeah. I mean, well, for one thing, if
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these got the right premise, these missiles are no good. They
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never been any good would we even against the Scuds? They
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didn't bring any It goes down. And in fact that when I was in
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Israel as after that attack that took place, there was a
25:07
discussion with some friend of mine who's Israeli. He said that
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people would get on our porches and watch these missiles, Mr.
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Scuds and watch the sketch just kind of blow up anyway. bores
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themselves into the ground. He did fall apart in the air. I
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mean, if it falls on
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your head, it can definitely suck. Well, yeah, no, you don't
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want no doubt about that. So this and now what are we what
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are we committed about $100 billion so far to Ukraine. This
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is not the only money that's going there. And my buddy from
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steamer mom's Vice President of the European Union Commission,
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highs five Starfleet Command is doing interviews once again, to
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explain to everybody how necessary it is that we keep
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funding the Ukrainians? Well, I
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think, you know, the EU is doing enough. But there might be more
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needed. In financial support, we are now at a total of 38 billion
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euros.
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I mean, so So, which is about $40 billion. So we're at $140
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billion. Now, of course, not really going to Ukraine. But
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that's what we think is normal
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18 billion for 2023. It's not enough to cover all the costs,
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but it's a very, very good step in the right direction.
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Potential Dormont aid and as well, you know, for us, Ukraine,
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losing this war is simply not an option, because it's also our
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way of life and our freedom. So if more is needed, the EU will
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step in. And you know, we are now doing more than anybody had
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anticipated before. And as the situation progresses, the EU
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stands ready to do more of that as necessary. And I see also
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determination in all our capitals, including in Berlin,
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to not abandon Ukraine in this in this epic struggle.
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Now, let's see why it's so important and what really what
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is really for him what this is really about,
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but I think we the only way we can get out of this situation is
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if Russia understands that we are willing to stick to Ukraine,
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and that we are willing to do whatever it takes, and as long
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as it takes to make sure that Ukraine comes out of this
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victorious. So all the other considerations, I think, are of
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less importance than the consideration that this is about
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Europe's future about Europe's freedom and about Europe's
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democracy,
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oh, this, do whatever it takes.
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And I think, you know, high energy prices, these prices will
27:41
remain high. As long as Putin is in a position to blackmail
27:44
people with
27:45
blackmail people. Wait a minute. Russia got kicked off the
27:50
international money system Swift. Then the European Union
27:55
said, we're putting a cap on what we'll pay you. Then they
28:00
blew up or someone blew up the pipelines. But yet Russia is
28:04
blackmailing everybody. This is not historically correct,
28:09
as Putin is in a position to blackmail people with his energy
28:12
and his prices remain high as long as we have not made it.
28:16
I'm sorry. You know, it's like the energy. It's a it's a giant
28:20
market, the energy market. Yeah, a good product comes from every
28:24
which way. You don't have to buy the Russian product. It just
28:28
happens to be the cheapest.
28:29
Yeah, but he's blackmailing position to blackmail people
28:32
with his energy. And he's
28:33
interesting, he says, As long as Putin is in a position to
28:36
blackmail people as an interesting way of finagling,
28:40
the words there,
28:41
as long as Putin is in a position to blackmail people
28:43
with his energy, and these prices remain high, as long as
28:46
we have not made the energy transition we need. And, you
28:51
know, giving in aggression is absolutely the wrong answer to
28:57
this challenge.
28:58
Yeah. We can't give into Putin's aggression. And
29:00
I don't know if you saw that. Guest those off the market while
29:03
we're at it, by the way. Yeah, we
29:05
we made a little agreement. I don't know if you saw this,
29:07
the EU and NATO have signed a deal to step up cooperation amid
29:11
concerns of a Russian aggression. Moscow's invasion of
29:15
Ukraine has added urgency to that deal. NATO Secretary
29:18
General Jens Stoltenberg signed the agreement in Brussels
29:21
alongside the head of the European Council Sean Michelle,
29:25
and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. They've
29:28
committed to work closer in support of international peace
29:31
and pledged to further mobilize their political, economic and
29:34
military strength. The development comes despite
29:37
concerns that boosting the EU's defense posture could undermine
29:41
the US led NATO Alliance.
29:43
This is such a scam from the military industrial complex,
29:47
such a massive scam that they eat, they're even they're even
29:52
getting rid of those dumb Turkey F 30. fives and we're selling
29:56
them to the stupid Canadians.
29:58
I mean, one has to think no further than just on the other
30:00
side of the Canadian Arctic border you have to remember the
30:05
Canadian the world actually is a globe and the northern border of
30:10
Canada is Russia we've seen what happened in Ukraine and so
30:13
likely the Canadian government saying that we need more defense
30:16
than possibly we thought he was implying yes so but also you
30:21
have to consider the fact that you need to make sure that you
30:24
have more jets than you actually physically need in terms of
30:28
making sure that you know your fighter pilots can be training
30:31
on them and that in the event that we there is a maintenance
30:34
issue in Canada has needed these fighter jets for a number of
30:39
years
30:40
ah, I makes you want to play this clip because I wanted to re
30:45
review it alright, this is from last show and if you look up
30:48
NATO This is the still what's his name? Stoltenberg.
30:52
Stoltenberg still DNS is little speech he gave in last
30:58
week show yeah, TV show Yeah. From Taiwan is that it notices
31:03
most I got it. Yeah, well, those also NATO Here we go. The leader
31:06
of the world's largest military alliance is sounding the alarm
31:10
the issue Western economies dependence on China. On
31:14
Thursday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned that
31:17
over reliance on Chinese products would quote make us
31:21
vulnerable Obama we couldn't. So maybe we
31:23
shouldn't make the same mistake when it comes to other
31:26
authoritarian regimes, especially China, we cannot make
31:29
ourselves so dependent on commodities and products from
31:32
them
31:33
that makes us vulnerable. We must prevent technology to them
31:38
that they can use to threaten us with the need to strengthen
31:41
control of our infrastructure in front of ports and airports, 5g
31:45
networks.
31:46
And, Stoltenberg, further called on the west to invest in
31:50
security. He noted quote, Nobody is saying that we shouldn't
31:54
trade with China. But what is important is that we do it in
31:58
ways that don't undermine our security. This warning came as
32:02
Russia mobilizes new forces against Ukraine. Stoltenberg
32:07
also said not to underestimate Putin's ambitions
32:11
Yeah.
32:13
As you're out of control
32:15
Well, it's just print up the money spend it on us it's like
32:18
it's like the last hurrah almost. How much more can we
32:22
print up and spend on ourselves? I mean, that's really what it
32:27
appears to be. And we just get everyone in on the game.
32:31
Hollywood of course easy get them in can remain on it
32:36
doesn't really need to be made in Hollywood. They don't care
32:39
they don't care about sources. Now that's true for as long as
32:43
there's a free cash flow we're in business yeah man nominate
32:47
weird movies we never heard of. I had I wouldn't have a China I
32:51
have to I have to report Ukraine ripped out Okay, good. Good.
32:54
Good to go with Ukraine report one and then cut it to two
32:58
Kremlin says they have taken control of the town of solidar
33:02
and Ukraine's east their first major gain after months of
33:05
retreat. The Russian Defense Ministry says it's airborne
33:09
forces surrounded solidar from the north and south while its
33:13
Air Force struck Ukrainian positions in the town. solidar
33:17
is in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine. The region has
33:20
been the focus of intense fighting for months. But kif
33:23
says Ukrainian forces haven't allowed Russian troops to break
33:27
through the front line. It's not yet possible to verify the
33:31
situation on the ground.
33:32
No, no. So that's basically a bull crap report is what you're
33:35
saying. To what it
33:37
sounds like the square the port to
33:38
hundreds of US military vehicles have arrived at a port in the
33:42
Netherlands. There they await shipment to Poland and Lithuania
33:45
later this year. The equipment is part of a US effort to
33:49
bolster NATO partners on the eastern flank. Among them are m
33:53
one Abrams tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles also known as
33:56
take killers. They were sourced from the Fort Hood base in
34:00
Texas. The vehicles will be housed in the port area before
34:03
they continue east. Meanwhile, the Pentagon says Ukrainian
34:07
troops will soon go through training on the Patriot air
34:10
defense system in Oklahoma.
34:12
I can confirm that training for Ukrainian forces on the Patriot
34:16
air defense system will begin as soon as next week at Fort Sill,
34:20
Oklahoma. The training will prepare approximately 90 to 100
34:24
Ukrainian soldiers to operate, maintain and sustain the
34:27
defensive system over a training course expected to last several
34:31
months.
34:32
The Patriot is one of the most sought out defense systems, it
34:35
targets aircraft cruise missiles and short range ballistic
34:39
missiles. In December, the US pledged a patriot battery to
34:42
Ukraine as part of its military assistance. The Pentagon
34:45
spokesperson said the battery would help the Ukrainians defend
34:49
themselves against sustained Russian air attacks.
34:53
I was at the periodontist yesterday for my two week check
34:57
and now I'm starting to slip a little bit We're so we're gonna
35:01
work on a new opera bridge. And so, Mitch, and he's 36. He's the
35:09
periodontist and so he's listening to no agenda now. And
35:14
he's like, Hey, man, you guys are great. Everything.
35:19
Everything is bullshit. Everything is a whole everything
35:22
on all the news is is a lie. I say yes. It's like everything.
35:27
Everything, everything so yeah, pretty much. Oh, I love it when
35:32
people kind of figure that is funny. Everything's everything.
35:37
Everything's fake. Uh huh. Yes, everything. Everything's
35:44
Oh, it's so good. Here she is Miss Ukraine. I can't,
35:49
I can't wait. And you're gonna have to reprise your role as as
35:54
the official document of the Miss Universe competition
35:59
because it's going to be anyhow. Do you want to put money on her
36:01
winning?
36:05
Here's what it's to. We have to stop with the show. And they had
36:10
discussed this because we have this thesis that we've run on
36:14
the show forever that always pays off. Geopolitical ends tend
36:18
to dictate winners in beauty competitions and sports some
36:23
sports especially the World Cup and things like yeah I would
36:30
have to say they're not gonna they can't do it. They can't
36:33
make her the winner because it's it would it might just trigger
36:37
too many Hey, it's rigged issue. Did you see how pretty issue
36:41
she's probably good. Ukrainian women are gorgeous and
36:44
Ukraine girls really knocked me out. I looked I could not detect
36:48
cankles which makes me believe that she may not be originally
36:52
from Ukraine.
36:54
So the I've never heard about that. cankles but it's possible
36:59
base but here's the here's the way it goes. She'll get into top
37:03
five and she'll be the runner up.
37:06
Huh? Runner? Hang on. Let me look at the sponsors. Let me see
37:13
who the sponsors are. Why WOD with Moo Moo Awad. What do they
37:19
do? Moo Oh, Wah wah wah wah wah wah. That's that's a fashion
37:24
Okay, so they're sponsoring the dresses and the jewelry. Portia
37:27
and Scarlett I'm sure that's similar. The sash company?
37:32
Fashion fashion. Oh, Carnival Cruise Lazada which was odd. We
37:37
got Philippines and other shop. Okay, where's
37:40
the regular sponsors you get for the Rio Olympics? at Coca Cola?
37:44
How about this AAE touch technologies? What is at Tech
37:49
technologies, leaders in education and enterprise
37:52
technologies. Okay, hi, the Hyatt Regency is in New Orleans
37:56
I guess the holding it in New Orleans.
37:59
Oh really? Oh that's a plus for New Orleans bonus.
38:03
Yeah, I mean it well, we'll see. She looked pretty good though.
38:10
She definitely she definitely gorge I mean they're all
38:12
gorgeous Of course.
38:13
Yeah. Miss Universe has a lot of pretty there was there was a
38:17
video going
38:17
around I won't play it because I've looked it up and they're
38:20
all introducing themselves like Ukraine and then Miss France
38:24
when frauds like she completely blew it like a miss Carolina
38:30
frauds completely off. Well, I'm excited to see I'm you know what
38:36
you say runner up? I'm gonna say they're so brazen right now. Who
38:40
cares? Go for it all the way Ukraine for the win? I don't see
38:44
I don't see why they couldn't just do that. There's no
38:46
problem. No problem. I
38:48
mean, it would if it if they did it, which is what you you're
38:53
predicting? Yeah, I think it's over the top. I think at some
38:57
point you can't you have to pull back and say, Look, we're
39:00
abusing the public. As it is.
39:04
Dude. Dude, dude, by the way, Golden Globes, 5 million people.
39:10
5.4 million viewers. That's worse than last year, every year
39:13
progressively. So they don't care. They do not care. It's
39:17
more about convincing themselves at this point. That show is hard
39:21
to watch. Died. We couldn't watch it. We had to tune out it
39:25
was impossible.
39:25
It's hard to know. It's hard to actually, you know, there's I
39:28
don't even I can't even explain why. Except there's something
39:33
about it. There was elements that made it hard to watch it
39:37
was not modern, by any means. It wasn't modern looking. It was
39:41
poorly produced. Most people will say was the production
39:45
values were terrible. You're
39:46
not allowed to say that because of course black director, black
39:49
producer, black hosts you're not allowed to say anything. They
39:52
went over the top of course with this all the Hollywood
39:54
Reporter had every reviewer in there they said it was poorly
39:57
produced.
39:58
Oh yeah, I guess We don't know we will never hear from that
40:01
person again.
40:04
He's out we wish everything was okay well yeah you know that's
40:10
funny he had a bat look to it
40:12
Yeah very much so yeah to be
40:15
et look to it is it had a did it really was reflective not of a
40:23
month it was a minority reflection it wasn't working for
40:25
the general audience it was it was I don't want to say it was
40:29
like ghetto but it has some element that was that put me
40:33
off.
40:35
Let me see what the TV ratings Golden Globes narrowly avoided
40:39
all time NBC low Oh, oh, they they opted a little bit. The
40:46
overnights were 5.4 now like, Oh no, it was about 6 million with
40:51
the with the streaming on peak so they include all that. Okay,
40:54
I'll peek I did. Nobody watches peacock. A friend a friend of
40:59
mine who works at Norton NBC Universal. They said they said
41:05
we don't even know why we're doing this.
41:09
Goodness. Goodness, goodness, goodness. Now it's the
41:13
everything is phony and fake. It's all for political means
41:17
including all the pontificating that's going on with the with
41:21
the new Congress, the new house of representatives.
41:24
I got that those clips all right. Well,
41:27
I let me set it up with with the one I love the most Matt gates,
41:30
saying of course we're going to release all 14,000 hours of
41:34
January 6 footage of course we will. 1000s of sealed
41:40
indictments, anybody?
41:42
Yes. Sounds exactly the same.
41:45
Let's play some clips which you got? Yeah, by
41:47
Congress and C span con Oh.
41:50
Congressman Matt Gaetz wants to see spends cameras in the House
41:54
chamber full time. The Florida Republican filed a measure
41:57
Tuesday to make it happen. Gate says having cameras rolling
42:01
during all floor proceedings would allow greater
42:03
transparency. Currently all footage in the chamber is
42:07
supplied and controlled by the House recording studio, which is
42:10
a component of the house. Wisconsin Democratic
42:13
Representative Mark Pocan. plans to introduce similar
42:16
legislation. C span had cameras in the chamber during last
42:20
week's speaker race pokin called the coverage Oscar worthy.
42:26
guys all want to be on television and
42:29
they all want to be Oscar winners.
42:32
And by the way, Matt gates. It's a television show that would win
42:36
an Emmy not an Oscar, you'd shoot this.
42:40
You're right. They all want to be on television.
42:43
No, they literally I mean gates is like a ham bone. He's
42:47
literally a ham but he's no good. I'm
42:48
sorry. A ham bone.
42:50
A ham bone. It's an old term for a ham actor.
42:52
does it connect to the ankle bone?
42:55
So this is this year.
42:56
I've never heard of him bone. It's a good you've never heard
42:59
well, he's
42:59
a he is one possible title.
43:01
I like it. Ham, bone and bone.
43:06
Start with this one new oversight committee coming up.
43:08
It's gonna go after Biden. The new
43:10
Republican Chair of the House Oversight Committee is looking
43:13
into the Biden family finances. It's one of the first moves from
43:16
representative James Comer and his new role. He's asking the
43:20
Treasury Department to provide bank activity reports for
43:23
President Joe Biden's son Hunter and brother James. And comer is
43:27
also requesting the bank reports for several Biden family
43:30
associates and their related companies. Previously, the White
43:34
House dismiss such probes as politically motivated. Comer
43:37
also wants some Twitter executives to testify about
43:40
Biden's alleged influence over technology companies. In 2020.
43:44
Twitter temporarily suppressed his story about Hunter Biden.
43:49
I have the counter to that. From shifty Schiff, Adam Schiff,
43:55
saying, you know, we can't allow this. I'm voting against this.
43:58
We shouldn't have any committee to do this kind of stuff.
44:01
Mr. Speaker, I rise in strong opposition to the Republican
44:04
select subcommittee to investigate Deep State
44:06
conspiracy theories.
44:10
What do you mean, man, get the cameras on and do that. It's
44:14
hilarious. It'll be better than your January 6 show.
44:18
And if you had any doubt about what this committee is really
44:21
about, about its true focus, my colleague from Montana just
44:25
confirmed this is all about Deep State nonsense.
44:30
Yeah. Which which one? Yeah, which
44:34
Republicans here? Yeah, but I'm sorry.
44:37
There's plenty more, there's plenty more
44:39
without merit, subcommittee will investigate the so called
44:42
weaponization of the federal government. But what it's really
44:45
intended to do here is to undermine the legitimate
44:49
investigation of President Trump's incitement of a violent
44:52
attack on this, this, this citadel of democracy and
44:58
investigation that implicates Some of the very members of this
45:01
body who want to sit on that committee, oh, it's an outrage.
45:06
Make no mistake this investigation, this investigate
45:10
the investors committee will do deep damage to our Nash. What
45:14
do you say invest, invest, invest, invest
45:16
your investors. Yeah,
45:17
that would be great. If we have best when he said who's funding
45:20
it? I'd love to see
45:21
that this investigation. This investigate the investors
45:24
committee. Yeah, Google do deep damage to our national security
45:28
and only breed distrust with our national security professionals
45:33
who will be reluctant to share with Congress, the information
45:36
policymakers need to protect our country. Oh, the Committee will
45:41
also seek to discredit law enforcement like the FBI. Yes,
45:45
we're so important in the fight against domestic violent
45:49
extremism.
45:52
This is why Mitch says, Man, it's all fake.
45:57
Republicans in Congress just don't care. The greatest threat,
46:01
the greatest terrorist threat to our country comes from violent
46:06
right wing militia groups and their sympathizers and
46:09
Republicans in Congress just don't care. Last time
46:14
Republicans were in charge of that house, Kevin McCarthy
46:17
pushed to form another bogus select committee that won on
46:21
Benghazi. He did so as he admitted to tear down Hillary
46:27
Clinton's numbers, a patently political exercise. Now McCarthy
46:32
is added, again, pushed into forming this bogus subcommittee
46:36
by the Q anon members of his own conference. Now he sacrificed a
46:40
lot in his bid for speaker. That was his choice. But now the
46:44
American people are going to pay the price in the form of a body
46:48
blow to our national security. Vote No, on this ill considered
46:53
measure. This is no church committee, not a bipartisan
46:58
effort to reform government, but a partisan effort to tear it
47:02
down and damn the consequences. Vote No,
47:06
no, no. Well, the good news and I think part of the reasons he's
47:11
on a rampage there is because he's been kicked to the curb.
47:15
Yes. So this doesn't get a lot of play in the mainstream media
47:19
at all. And this is the major committee
47:23
removals under
47:28
committee rooms, I don't see it.
47:30
House committee sorry, House committee removals hbus. Got it.
47:34
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is following through on his pledge
47:38
to remove three Democrats from their house committees.
47:41
Representatives Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, and Ilhan Omar
47:44
are losing their assignments. McCarthy confirmed the move
47:48
Monday, Schiff and Swalwell will be kicked off the House
47:51
Intelligence Committee and Representative Omar will be
47:53
removed from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. McCarthy has
47:57
the power to keep the two congressmen off the Intel panel
48:00
as house speaker. A majority vote in the House will be needed
48:04
to remove Omar McCarthy promised a year ago to remove them if
48:08
Republicans took control of the House. He repeated that vow
48:11
during the midterms. Omar has been accused of anti semitism
48:15
multiple times. Both former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and
48:19
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer have rebuked her for her
48:22
statements. McCarthy tweeted that he removed her for quote,
48:26
repeated anti semitic and anti American remarks. McCarthy said
48:30
Swalwell can't get a security clearance in the public sector
48:33
Swalwell allegedly had an affair with a suspected spy from the
48:37
Chinese Communist Party. Ah,
48:39
the thing is, I'm so kind of sad for people who think that these
48:44
guys are Republicans. I couldn't make any difference. They're not
48:49
no but they anything they get rid of these Swalwell and, and
48:54
Schiff, just to get them out of the way so they're not on TV all
48:58
the time.
48:59
Now, I think we're witnessing another op surprise surprise.
49:04
I'll play this short clip
49:05
this morning. ABC News has learned President Biden's legal
49:08
team has found a second batch of classified documents just days
49:12
after the White House confirmed classified records were found at
49:15
Biden's former DC office last November before the midterm
49:19
elections. Sources say after that batch of about 10 documents
49:23
was found. aides began searching for more documents leading to
49:26
this second discovery. Republicans want Attorney
49:29
General Merrick Garland to appoint a special counsel to
49:32
investigate as was done in the MAR a Lago documents case
49:36
focusing on former President Trump's handling of documents.
49:39
Now what we know from 15 years of doing this show,
49:43
deconstructing mainstream media looking at the overall
49:45
landscape. There's never a coincidence. So the fact that
49:50
President Joe Biden not one but two troves of documents,
49:55
declassified documents show up one apparently in his garage
49:59
next to his Corvette Which is another great little image they
50:01
launch. What remember the first thing I think we maybe agreed on
50:08
when when they raided Mar a Lago is it was a setup. It was a
50:12
setup to make it look horrible to make it look like they were
50:15
and they weren't rating they weren't going in with, with guns
50:19
drawn. I'm thinking that thing was a setup for this. Because
50:24
these are possibly Ukraine and China documents, whatever. I
50:28
really, everything screams opt to me. The original Trump said
50:33
that would be that's a great idea. I did consider it. I'm
50:37
still not 100%. But I liked the idea that one would necessarily
50:44
lead to the other to make the other better. In other words,
50:49
you you set up all your In fact, you get stuff like this play
50:52
this clip, this is Biden. is under Biden is dropping. Yeah.
50:59
Okay. One of these ladies. Yes. I
51:00
think that no matter what you just said is yeah, there was
51:03
differences in what happened. Yes. Well, we all know that
51:07
Trump is a liar and a thief. So it's not that big of a job to
51:14
say that he obstructed and he lied. We don't think that Biden
51:18
is a liar and a thief. So we give him the benefit of the
51:20
doubt. That's partly what's going on. But what I think also
51:23
is going on, no matter what the truth of it is, will be they
51:26
will spin it, bobblehead and Marjorie Taylor and that crowd,
51:29
Matt gates, you think they're not going to spend this and it's
51:31
just as bad as Trump. And so the lie gets out there. People
51:35
believe it just like that Donaldson person, whatever his
51:37
name is, what's his name? Byron diamond Donald. I saw him also
51:42
he was at the fight on the floor, too, wasn't he was
51:45
nominated for speaker a number of people by to PT 15. Buying
51:52
has been so invasive, so ubiquitous, that no one will
51:57
believe the truth anymore. And that that you can put that at
51:59
the at the feet of Donald Trump, who started the lions.
52:02
Oh, my goodness, well, this is being exported.
52:07
And by the way, there just go back to the theory to do to do
52:11
the second Trove because this this Brant came after they found
52:15
the first little batch in the closet. And she's defending it,
52:19
you know, well, you know, it's not the same as Trump because
52:21
Trump's a liar. So I don't know what that's got to do with a
52:24
trove of documents, which is a different use is determined by
52:28
the rule of law whether you should have these or not. Yeah.
52:32
And so she goes on this rant and so you need the second punch.
52:36
Yeah, which is exactly what they got. I played the mouse makes
52:40
this which does make it now with the second when the second punch
52:44
came out where they found the second batch. That makes that be
52:48
considered being an up or a setup of some sort, but to base
52:52
it on the first one tomorrow Lago raid to make it a 123 punch
52:57
123 That is genius. Who's ever running this is hey, we're raid
53:06
good. Plays you guys don't get paid enough. But that's that is
53:11
slick.
53:11
Let's go back to the original story from CCBs of Trove, one in
53:18
Mexico City. Today, President Biden addressed questions about
53:21
his management of classified materials.
53:24
I don't know what's in the documents. I've my lawyers have
53:27
not suggested I asked what documents they were. I've turned
53:31
over the boxes. They've turned over the boxes to the archives.
53:34
And we're cooperating fully.
53:36
This comes one day after CBS News was first to report that
53:40
roughly 10 documents marked classified CBS
53:43
CBS found a John CBS CBS rinky dink
53:48
I miss vice president were discovered on November 2, they
53:51
were inside this building 10 blocks from the White House
53:54
where Biden had an office after his vice presidency was a source
53:58
tells CBS News the documents, which were found inside a box in
54:02
a locked closet had multiple levels of classification and
54:05
included highly classified material. Today the Republican
54:09
led House Oversight Committee announced its launching an
54:11
investigation and ask the White House for all documents
54:15
retrieved from President Biden's personal office and a list of
54:18
who had access to that office. The inquiry is drawing
54:21
comparisons to the investigation into
54:23
I'm also thinking because this this is this is more to this
54:27
report. CBS is spending a lot of time on something like this. If
54:31
they wanted to kind of cover it up like they would typically do.
54:34
They wouldn't spend this much time. This is a almost a two
54:36
minute report. So
54:38
yeah, a lot former President Trump's handling of classified
54:41
documents. In that case more than 300 were recovered from Mar
54:45
a Lago last year after Trump resisted multiple requests to
54:49
turn them over to CBS is Robert Kosta spoke to former Vice
54:53
President Mike Pence
54:54
when the American people see President Biden receiving one
54:59
for form of treatment with the discovery of classified
55:03
documents that were retained after he left the office of the
55:07
vice president. And they see President Trump treated in an
55:10
entirely different way. Again, the handling of classified
55:14
materials a very serious issue.
55:17
Why is pence all of a sudden talking about this? We he
55:21
doesn't say anything. You hear nothing from pence? Why now?
55:27
Yes. Is he still working with Trump?
55:31
No, for our nation,
55:32
and we ought to take behind this, but there ought to be
55:35
equal treatment under the law.
55:37
A source tells CBS News that the Justice Department's review led
55:41
by US Attorney John Laos, a Trump appointee, is largely
55:44
done. But there are still inquiries about whether any
55:47
classified documents might be at other locations.
55:51
See, they'd had the setup. They were setting up the second
55:55
Trove. Other locations, other locations?
56:02
Hmm. Well done.
56:05
So what's now that's all funny, and that's, you know, whatever's
56:09
going on, I guess they finally want to get rid of Biden. I
56:12
think you already identified that that's what Nancy Pelosi
56:15
did with the keeping the Democrats all on board and
56:20
unanimous, therefore, expressly allowing the Republican incoming
56:24
Republicans and McCarthy to to negotiate for more power to have
56:29
all of these types of commissions. Maybe it is the
56:33
final takedown Maybe? Or maybe they just want to say, hey, you
56:36
know, what, why don't you take Kamala for two years? Here you
56:39
go. deal with that. But what got me out of the news is the the
56:48
blatant lies about what happened in Brazil. Now this had the
56:54
world press could say nothing about what happened in Brazil,
56:57
which, you know, this has been going on for a month, where,
57:01
where the Brazilians are very angry about the elections or
57:05
angry about the president, who came out of literally, like out
57:09
of jail to be elected, they think it's a scam. But the world
57:14
press is do ACE has the same playbook. In fact, their their
57:19
playbook is so similar. They're calling it the same playbook as
57:22
the trump of the tropics. Here is the news agents podcast from
57:27
the UK.
57:28
I mean, the other thing that I watched and saw and that
57:30
reminded me so much of January, the sixth was the sort of people
57:35
taking selfies of themselves in the parliament building in the
57:39
National Assembly, as if this was a kind of look what we've
57:42
done that sort of triviality, but also the moment as well of
57:48
what they had been doing, and that they just didn't seem to
57:51
care. And that was that they may have been dressing green and
57:54
gold, as opposed to red, white and blue and wearing Magga hats.
57:58
But it felt so similar. Just totally in Seussian way, they
58:03
just think, Oh, well, we're going to store the capitol
58:05
buildings. And they do and gold, of course, is Brazil's religion,
58:08
right? It's the football shirt. Yeah, speaks volumes for your
58:12
support of the national team and of your country. So from that
58:16
respect, it is quite Magga you know, the football shirt and the
58:19
colors of your country become the thing that signifies your
58:22
patriotism to the rest of the world.
58:24
Patriotism is crazy. You can't have patriotism. You can't wear
58:29
the colors of your country. You're in a hole if you do that.
58:34
And it was a really strange report, but it's everywhere. F
58:37
20. They did put they do they have made that connection.
58:40
They've done everything they can to pound at home.
58:43
Oh, wait, France 24 was just they just kept going and going
58:47
and going. So that was the news agents. Here's France. 24. Good
58:51
afternoon. Great to see you as always. They bring in this guy
58:54
who I think he's the international analyst for
58:58
France. 24. I think he was a congressman. Maybe he was in
59:02
2010. Listen to this guy. Lay it out.
59:05
Good afternoon, greatest here. As always. Let's talk about what
59:09
happened yesterday and the similarities with January 6.
59:12
Yesterday was the eighth of January the date two years off.
59:16
Oh, almost the same day, awfully similar and who left office
59:22
sowing doubt in their supporters minds
59:25
and many pundits were saying about what we saw in Brazil with
59:27
this assault that it was essentially an insurrection
59:30
foretold. That is the writing has been on the wall with
59:33
exactly this type of politically galvanized violence, violence
59:39
violence bar right. Let's not mince words here. Far Right
59:42
hardliners that have been radicalized by toxic political
59:47
rhetoric which did not just start yesterday or the week
59:50
before. The previous Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
59:54
throughout his term in office railed against what he said were
59:58
the fraud and rigging of Brazil's national election
1:00:03
system. He has since sort of imbued all of his backers with
1:00:07
this vision of an elitist conspiracy at work in Brazil to
1:00:11
heal in Brazil out to bring down his government out to bring down
1:00:14
the ordinary people out to him and his supporters. And that
1:00:17
remains very much intense. So you had these I say the words
1:00:21
again, because it's the wording here is is important, far right.
1:00:25
radicalized hardliners, I'm
1:00:27
not Can we just make sure your viewers understand just what's
1:00:31
very important. The words matter here far right. So
1:00:34
you had these I say the words again, because it's the wording
1:00:37
here is is important, far right. radicalized hardliners, I'm not
1:00:42
saying far left here are there sometimes instances of far left?
1:00:45
Sure there are. But in the predominant cases, and
1:00:47
especially in the pattern we've been seeing to connect the dots
1:00:49
between Brazil and the January 6, six insurrection, the US it
1:00:53
has been far right hardliners who have been radicalized by
1:00:56
toxic misinformation and disinformation and Mal
1:01:00
information going on to false claims. Another way of saying
1:01:05
that is to cling on to lies about election fraud, to reject
1:01:11
the results of elections of national elections in so doing
1:01:15
to deal a blow to the jugular of democratic institutions, and to
1:01:20
continue to embrace their champions. In one case, Trump in
1:01:25
another case, show your Bolsonaro. In both cases, those
1:01:27
champions often try and refute that they have anything to do
1:01:30
with this.
1:01:32
I mean, this is so insane to me, Glenn Greenwald, who lives in
1:01:37
Brazil, and I did not clip it because he's so annoying on the
1:01:40
TV show. And all you have is a transcript on the substack. He
1:01:44
said there was no violence. Bolsonaro was not there. He
1:01:47
wasn't, you know, telling the Go riot or anything like that,
1:01:50
mostly in Florida. But the last coincidence in Florida, so as
1:01:55
Trump,
1:01:57
here's, here's a short one from the CBC same playbook.
1:02:00
Here's what the Congress looked like yesterday at the height of
1:02:02
the assault, 1000s of people storms, the buildings, smashing
1:02:06
their way inside. As you see many more yellow and green
1:02:09
colors of the national football team and the country's flag,
1:02:13
balsa narrow supporters have claimed them as their uniform.
1:02:17
It's the uniform of the country, it's the flag of the country.
1:02:21
You can't you can't just claim that What are you a crazy
1:02:24
patriot? No, we can't have that. So there was one thing that I
1:02:31
found super interesting, that didn't get a lot of air time at
1:02:35
all. And it was a sign whenever you see a professionally made
1:02:38
sign, you've got to got to think Hold on a second, what's going
1:02:41
on here? Again, France 24.
1:02:44
Yes, with everything that has taken place. In Brazil since
1:02:47
Sunday, I found that electronic voting machines are really one
1:02:51
of the elements at the heart of this story. Now I'm going to
1:02:53
show you a video that has been circulating quite heavily on
1:02:56
Brazilian and pro Bolsonaro social media. So let's take a
1:03:00
look. Now, this is a video from Sunday. And we can of course see
1:03:04
mass amounts of protesters, but also this huge sign in
1:03:07
Portuguese and in English. And it does say we want the source
1:03:11
code. Now you might be wondering what
1:03:13
this is, this is great. We want the source code. So their claim
1:03:18
is the same claim as the Kraken, Sidney Powell and Trump, you
1:03:25
know, and many others that the voting machines are rigged. And
1:03:31
this, this woman goes into quite some depth incorrectly. Of
1:03:34
course, she's reading from her little iPhone. To explain, let's
1:03:38
explain what this is.
1:03:40
Now, you might be wondering what exactly that means. What what is
1:03:43
source
1:03:43
code, you want to take a stab about what source code is, and
1:03:46
then we'll listen to how she explains it.
1:03:48
Source code is the actual computer program that makes the
1:03:52
machine operate, it means what
1:03:53
are they referring to. And what these protesters are referring
1:03:56
to is that they are questioning the reliability of not just the
1:04:00
vote that's just taken place.
1:04:01
Just what I did that I screw that up a second, I'm sorry,
1:04:05
pro Bolsonaro social media. So let's take a look. Now this is a
1:04:10
video from Sunday. And we can of course see mass amounts of
1:04:13
protesters, but also this huge site in Portuguese and in
1:04:16
English. And it does say we want the source code. Now you might
1:04:20
be wondering what exactly that means. What are they referring
1:04:23
to. And what these protesters are referring to is that they
1:04:25
are questioning the reliability of not just the vote that's just
1:04:29
taken place, with the results, placing Lula da Silva in power,
1:04:33
but they're also questioning the reliability of the electronic
1:04:36
voting machines that Brazil uses. Now, what exactly is
1:04:39
source code you might be asking for a random source code. It's a
1:04:42
programming language is essentially the language that
1:04:44
carries the instructions for how our software works. It's
1:04:48
basically the command lines that that build the program is Brazil
1:04:52
electoral authorities. Now it
1:04:55
gets better all the ones
1:04:56
by the way, now I understand why you asked me to do this little x
1:05:00
The nation so we get pounded home. Yes, they don't know what
1:05:03
they're talking about
1:05:04
actually writes the source code. And now to keep things fair in
1:05:08
this country that does have a tendency to be massively
1:05:11
influenced by misinformation the TSE ensures that the source code
1:05:15
is inspected by not just one particular body, but actually a
1:05:19
multitude of different actors there. So the source code is
1:05:23
inspected not just by universities and political
1:05:25
parties, but also the Federal Police, federal prosecutors, and
1:05:29
even the armed forces and this inspection is mandatory. So in
1:05:33
previous elections, the source codes weren't available for
1:05:36
inspection, six months before the election took place. But
1:05:39
actually, this time for that for the election that just passed in
1:05:42
October 2022. The courts granted access to the code one year
1:05:46
before, which means these source codes have been available for
1:05:48
inspection since October 2021. So while you might be seeing
1:05:52
protesters saying we want the source codes, yes, they weren't
1:05:55
available, and they aren't available to the actual public
1:05:58
programming language, but they have been available for
1:06:01
inspection.
1:06:01
So the public can't you're too stupid public, you can't have
1:06:06
the source code. No, you can't have the source code.
1:06:09
Also, I would say that if you want the source code, because
1:06:13
you suspect the machines, you have to take the source code
1:06:17
from the machine that is suspect correct something from a year
1:06:21
earlier? Yes, correct. You have to pull the source code off the
1:06:27
machine, take the code off the machine at an actual machine
1:06:32
that's that was used, and then have somebody disassemble it.
1:06:39
Analyze while go through it. You can do different, you're
1:06:42
different. So the source
1:06:43
code comes from Smartmatic. Who say yeah, we we didn't do any of
1:06:48
the code for No, we didn't do the code for the machines? No,
1:06:51
no, we just do the with the authority for data provision and
1:06:55
other connection services. We don't do the machine. We don't
1:06:57
develop the machines or the operating system for the
1:07:00
machines. I don't know. I think these were used in Arizona as
1:07:05
well.
1:07:06
Really, you know, the funny thing about this that still kind
1:07:08
of like makes me roll my eyes about this whole process is that
1:07:12
this was the same thing that happened in George H. George W
1:07:16
Bush's reelection campaign. And the Diebold machines that were
1:07:21
the source of the same complaint on the side on the part of the
1:07:24
Democrats who moan and groan about the dye bowl or D bowl
1:07:28
however you pronounce it. voting machines that were rigged to get
1:07:31
make sure George Bush beats John Kerry. And so we're, you know,
1:07:37
the complaint is not new. And but it's not from both sides and
1:07:40
the Democrats always seem so virginal when they do the start
1:07:44
complaining about something, or or the Republicans in this case
1:07:48
are virginal. You know, it's the first time that's ever and well,
1:07:51
you did it too. So
1:07:53
so we have we've heard the reports from France 24 from
1:07:56
Deutsche Avella from the CBC. My final one is from ABC. Good
1:08:03
Morning, America. Let's see if they bring up any of this or
1:08:06
just the same old talking points.
1:08:08
Overnight, Brazilian authorities retaking control after 1000s of
1:08:14
riders storm several government buildings in Brazil's capital
1:08:18
city. Supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro, who
1:08:23
lost his bid for re election in October, reaching offices
1:08:27
housing, the National Congress, the Supreme Court, and even
1:08:34
presidential offices this scene looking eerily reminiscent of
1:08:38
the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol building. After
1:08:43
former President Trump's election defeat, police
1:08:47
attempted to repel the writers seen here confronting a group on
1:08:51
the roof of the National Congress building with weapons
1:08:54
drawn on the ground. officers fired tear gas into the crowd
1:08:59
trying to push them back. The government was not in session,
1:09:02
but the demonstrators refusing to accept the election victory
1:09:06
of President Lula DE SILVA sworn in just days ago, hours after
1:09:11
the protests began former president Bolsonaro criticizing
1:09:15
the protests and saying destruction and invasion of
1:09:18
public buildings are not a part of democracy. But Bolsonaro
1:09:23
called the trump of South America.
1:09:25
No, no, no, no, no What happened to the trump of the tropics? No,
1:09:29
no, no, no, no this you got wrong talking points. Martha
1:09:31
buildings are not a part of democracy. But Bolsonaro called
1:09:36
the trump of South America has repeatedly claimed voter fraud
1:09:41
and encouraged a military coup after his loss. President Lula
1:09:47
surveying the damages in his presidential offices after
1:09:51
police cleared the protesters and secured the buildings. At
1:09:55
least 400 people have been arrested according to the
1:09:59
Brazilian gun Moment. There remains a heavy police presence
1:10:03
in Brazil's capitol this morning President Lula vowing that all
1:10:07
that terrorists who did this will be found and punished and
1:10:11
President Biden calling the attacks outrageous Robin,
1:10:14
very disturbing scene there in Brazil, very disturbing. So
1:10:17
what?
1:10:19
I have to suggest something please do in the same way that
1:10:22
the January 16 was somewhat rigged with a jump, jump provoca
1:10:27
tours, FBI and the like, helping people get in and cops opening
1:10:33
the doors and all this stuff that's on those missing tapes,
1:10:36
which is what but it's all well known. Had it be the same thing
1:10:40
in Brazil, it was the same up.
1:10:43
But what's what's interesting about this it a little
1:10:45
frightening. Is that any any uprising, any opposition from
1:10:50
the people of the country wearing the flag colors of their
1:10:53
country, that that is immediately deemed Trump. And
1:11:00
I'm sorry, but the media the mainstream media still rules
1:11:03
what people think. Not not the people listening to this
1:11:07
podcast, of course. But it's they just it just is what it is.
1:11:12
They will not relent any other type of thinking. Even just as
1:11:17
fairness. So any
1:11:21
countries out
1:11:22
any country that you know what, maybe Canada's next? Yeah, I
1:11:26
think you can push Canadians just a little too far. And
1:11:28
eventually, they'll stop arguing and they'll they'll go and crush
1:11:32
them head and it will be far right. Let me repeat not left
1:11:37
far right. Nationalists
1:11:40
wearing the Canadian flag wear clothes wearing
1:11:45
wearing Maple Leafs nothing but Maple Leafs. No, it's It's
1:11:50
disgusting. And while all of this was happening, we have
1:11:54
Biden in Mexico. Do you even know what that was about? A
1:11:59
boot? Well,
1:12:03
it's been kitted dated, the reports that come out, say it's
1:12:06
about green and energy and the fact that they want to mix you
1:12:14
know, Mexicans a big supplier of oil. And they're a big producer
1:12:18
of oil.
1:12:19
Now that was NASA that was not mentioned, this
1:12:21
is where I heard a report that they were talking about. They're
1:12:24
trying to get them to stop pumping oil, so they could be
1:12:27
more green.
1:12:28
But what they did is they signed an agreement, and it's called
1:12:31
the declaration of North America. That's why we had we
1:12:36
had open a door. Trudeau and Biden. And they were there for
1:12:43
the North American Leaders Summit. Remember, you're not
1:12:46
allowed to call America America has to be United States of
1:12:49
America. And yes, what they talked about was fortify
1:12:53
even though the Mexicans don't call themselves Americans in
1:12:56
competition, nor do the Canadians Yeah, but
1:12:59
you got to this because the America was coming or whatever
1:13:02
is gonna be a good old America that predates our show
1:13:06
does the North American Union, so they were there to sign a
1:13:10
declaration? And you're correct the six pillars? Six Pillars
1:13:16
Don't you need four. So they have six pillars. That first
1:13:20
one, diversity, equity inclusion, that's number one.
1:13:22
Number two, climate change and the environment number three,
1:13:25
competitiveness. Number four, Migration and Development.
1:13:30
Number five is health who gives a crap we hope we just want you
1:13:32
to die really. And six is regional security, which is war
1:13:36
machine. And the one that I focused on was immigration. And
1:13:40
they keep referring to the declaration of Los Angeles,
1:13:45
which happened in I think, May or June of 2022. Where this
1:13:52
where the Los Angeles Declaration on migration and
1:13:55
protection. And the declaration comes from the heads of state
1:13:59
and government from Argentine Republic, Barbados, Belize,
1:14:03
Federal Republic of Brazil, Canada, Republic of Chile,
1:14:06
Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana,
1:14:12
Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, United Mexican States, Republic of
1:14:18
Panama, Paraguay, Republicans, Peru, United States of America,
1:14:22
oriental republic of erode way. And they gathered there to talk
1:14:26
about E regular migration. That's what it's now called.
1:14:32
It's called irregular migration. And what they're going to do is
1:14:36
they're going to work to make irregular migration, regular
1:14:40
migration by promoting regular pathways for migration. They are
1:14:47
replacing everyone in every single one of these countries or
1:14:49
the bringing them out of these countries into North America,
1:14:53
which is Canada, obviously, Mexico and the United States.
1:15:00
They're just and they're just openly saying it. This was not
1:15:04
reported on that I can remember. Nope,
1:15:07
not at all. So they want to drain South America,
1:15:11
drain it and drop it off here. And if you think back to the
1:15:14
former New York banker that is the plan they and he's not
1:15:18
worried he's not worried about China he's not worried not
1:15:21
certain are worried about Russia. He's not worried about
1:15:23
any country because as long as we can keep importing bodies, we
1:15:28
are going to win. And they don't care where they get the weather
1:15:32
we make bodies which is not in the cards because we're we have
1:15:37
brainwash people into believing dogs are people too am self
1:15:43
sterilization,
1:15:45
self right. And that help mutilate the kids so they can
1:15:48
have kids mutilate the, you know, get them into self
1:15:52
mutilation or that self but you might as well because they agree
1:15:55
to it. Abortion, sexual mutilation, abortion
1:16:01
and fear and fear of climate change and all you don't want to
1:16:04
bring a child into this world. Removal of faith, introduction
1:16:09
of science as religion. So just bring them all in.
1:16:13
It's a good plan. Well, yeah, it's
1:16:15
kind of Yeah, it's kind of evil. But yeah, it's a good plan, I
1:16:18
guess
1:16:18
who I mean, it's, it's not a plan I would approve, or want.
1:16:22
I'd you know, read things to be kind of, you know, fashion and
1:16:26
I'm just an old fogy.
1:16:27
Now how about this now and by the way, this, of course, is a
1:16:30
anti semitic trope and a conspiracy theory Q anon nut job
1:16:35
to say, this is the great replacement. Most popular baby
1:16:41
names for 2022 in the UK, Mohammed, the Netherlands,
1:16:48
second most popular name in the Netherlands, Muhammad
1:16:55
to get in there
1:16:58
almost never was popular
1:16:59
name in the Netherlands.
1:17:01
Let me see I have the story. That's a good question. What
1:17:05
was the joke in that movie, if anyone wants to see it, where
1:17:09
it's American? Can't remember that. They had to think of the
1:17:13
name of it, but it's one of these parody movies. And this
1:17:16
guy's leading a band of raiders and he says, okay, so Mohammed,
1:17:20
he yells and everybody stands.
1:17:22
Oh my god, it can't get any funnier. Most popular baby name
1:17:26
in the in the Netherlands. Noah, filled the artist son. We need
1:17:31
to be saved from the Muhammad's No, no, no, no.
1:17:38
Ah, yeah.
1:17:42
No, I mean, at this point, the world is there. This is this has
1:17:45
got to be all parts of the great reset. They're just rolling
1:17:49
everything out willy nilly, by the way. That's the problem.
1:17:52
Yeah. That's why it's going off the rails here and there. Yeah,
1:17:56
yeah. Surely, surely. Surely you have some stuff to add to this.
1:18:00
Not to
1:18:01
that. You caught me off flat footed with that one. Well,
1:18:06
there's this slide we could go with if you're going to be
1:18:08
talking about stuff like that. Let's see what kind of things
1:18:11
are falling apart, okay, because I do have plenty of that. Oh,
1:18:13
good. Like, I didn't know this was going on. But the French
1:18:18
healthcare system seems to be in a disarray go and which is the
1:18:23
best in the world
1:18:24
and they're pissed about it. They're proud people are
1:18:26
protesting like crazy.
1:18:28
With French health healthcare clip.
1:18:30
Also in France, doctors went on strike last week for an increase
1:18:34
in their wages. They also called out poor working conditions, and
1:18:38
say the quality of health care has deteriorated. And today's
1:18:42
France correspondent David ves has the story.
1:18:45
Doctors took to the streets of Paris last week in protest part
1:18:48
of a 14 day long strike. Several doctors unions are demanding a
1:18:53
wage increase. They also want to see improvements in working
1:18:57
conditions.
1:18:58
70% of the demonstrators here are young women who have been
1:19:02
working for four or five years, and who are expressing their
1:19:05
dismay and despair at not being able to do their work properly.
1:19:09
Even though it's an exciting job, and one that serves the
1:19:12
population
1:19:13
among says the quality of health care in France hit a low point.
1:19:17
They poured billions into the hospitals without reorganizing
1:19:21
the care system. And we saw that at the beginning of the
1:19:24
pandemic, as the hospitals were overwhelmed. So the whole system
1:19:28
in France is collapsing, because it's being run by administrators
1:19:32
who knows nothing about this profession and who think that
1:19:35
everything can be solved by protocols meetings. We want to
1:19:39
watch time to care for our patients.
1:19:42
Some hospital care worker unions have also now called for strike
1:19:46
action and protests over conditions.
1:19:49
Wow. Sounds very similar to the problems everywhere with the
1:19:52
health care system.
1:19:53
Yeah, it's the middlemen. And the thing is, this is the same
1:19:56
problem with the education system, and everything else. So
1:20:00
that's like institutionalized because you have you create
1:20:03
these systems you think you can have a lot of meetings like
1:20:05
there's a bitching about the meetings meetings and but it's
1:20:09
like the education system with all the administrators in
1:20:12
between a no to and all the teachers just poorly paid. So
1:20:15
you end up with all these freaks. And I'll call them that
1:20:18
the freaks are teachers with the red hair and the nose rings, and
1:20:22
you know, kind of a fat face and a baby. Oh, they're all non
1:20:26
binary, where they all come from. And so you end up with
1:20:29
this because you get people stealing money from the system.
1:20:34
Yeah. And hiring, they're hiring their friends to join in the
1:20:38
grift.
1:20:39
Yeah, it's a big grift is exactly right. Here's part two
1:20:42
health minister Francois bone said the industrial action
1:20:46
couldn't come at a worst time as hospital deal with surges in
1:20:50
COVID, flu and lung infections. The figural newspaper reported
1:20:55
of 31 cases of patients dying while waiting in the emergency
1:20:59
departments in the month of December, this GP will run rural
1:21:03
practice describes his situation, about an eight fall
1:21:06
at that good If
1:21:08
nothing works anymore. Consider that the emergency room I saw
1:21:11
patients there are who called me, there were 70 people in
1:21:15
front of them waiting in the emergency room. So it's between
1:21:18
14 to 20 hours of waiting. For the last two or three months.
1:21:22
I've seen a lot of doctors who have retired. In my practice, I
1:21:26
dealt with between 50 to 60 patients every day. I've never
1:21:30
worked like this. I am exhausted. I can't take it
1:21:33
anymore.
1:21:35
The French president last week said he would take additional
1:21:38
measures to reorganize the hospital sector. But the
1:21:42
proposals failed to convince healthcare unions.
1:21:46
Yeah, so we're seeing the same in the UK. It was a pretty funny
1:21:52
meme going around, which showed three countries. It's like, Hey,
1:21:56
I think I need stitches. United States doctor says that'll be
1:21:58
$58,000. The UK doctor says, yeah, you'll have to wait eight
1:22:04
months. The Canadian doctor says kill yourself. And that's
1:22:08
literally where we're at with health care. But no, that's not
1:22:11
enough. We have to take it one step further. Can we actually
1:22:17
take the huge misinformation of what is food? And by the way,
1:22:24
when you see organic, that's just a brand. That's nothing to
1:22:27
do with anything healthy? Can we take that one step further? And
1:22:32
can we kill the kids before they even reach maturity data new
1:22:35
guidelines
1:22:36
from the American Academy of Pediatrics for teens who are
1:22:38
overweight or obese these new recommendations call for a more
1:22:41
proactive approach. Dr. John Nash is here to explain again,
1:22:44
pretty significant shift. Yeah, this is the first edition GEORGE
1:22:47
It's 101 pages. And basically the change here went from
1:22:50
watchful waiting for children and teens with overweight and
1:22:53
obesity to an aggressive all hands on deck approach involving
1:22:58
pediatricians, nutritionists, other health professionals and
1:23:01
the parents even surgery and medication. Yeah, and I know
1:23:03
that's gonna get a lot of attention when people think,
1:23:06
aggressive. What
1:23:07
are you having heard this?
1:23:08
No, I know this. I know the story. But yeah, it's the way
1:23:13
you have to back it up. Yes, it's the way Stephanopoulos
1:23:16
says. He just is the worst. And he's like a lousy actor reading
1:23:21
from a script. He's like a porn actor. Does that include drugs
1:23:26
and surgeries? I mean, I mean, just my trying to read I can't
1:23:31
even do it as bad as he did.
1:23:33
I'm here with your pizza, ma'am.
1:23:37
You is not even that. I mean, that's better than what he just
1:23:42
involving pediatricians, nutritionists, other health
1:23:44
professionals and the parents even surgery and medication.
1:23:47
Yeah, and I know that's gonna get a lot of attention when
1:23:49
people think, oh, isn't that aggressive? What they're saying
1:23:52
in terms of surgery, bariatric surgery and FDA approved weight
1:23:56
loss medications are for children or teens with severe
1:24:00
obesity, you're talking bariatric surgery, that's a BMI
1:24:03
greater than or equal to 120% starting at 13 and up for weight
1:24:07
loss medications. Starting at 12 years of age and up, George,
1:24:12
there have been 20 to 30 years now of good data, good clinical
1:24:16
experience showing safety and efficacy. And again, it's about
1:24:19
trying to jump in on short term and long term risks that we know
1:24:24
come with obesity. Dr. Janice, thanks very much safe
1:24:28
and effective. Now. A couple of things about this. Obesity has
1:24:33
been classified as a disease PC. So obesity is not if something
1:24:38
you catch you don't get it from overeating or, and that's not
1:24:42
really the issue or an addiction to sugar or walk in any
1:24:46
supermarket. Please look at the supermarket and look at the
1:24:50
colors. Just look at the color. Stand back. Tell me if
1:24:52
everything isn't screaming eat me eat me eat me. And it's
1:24:55
sugar. It's preservatives. It's crap and People are not eating
1:25:01
food. And the NIH just showed us the new food pyramid, which says
1:25:07
lucky charms are healthier than steak. Okay? So not only are
1:25:14
they again out to kill our children kill them, they want to
1:25:18
make money off of it. And there's no difference between
1:25:21
this and trans surgeries, which as we know from the insurance
1:25:25
industry, the the total money that can be made from a child
1:25:29
transitioning over their lifetime is $7 million per
1:25:32
child. But there's a huge push here and you're and now that we
1:25:38
have this crisis 40 I think it's 47% of all children in the
1:25:42
United States are obese. We are number one, we're leaders don't
1:25:45
worry, everyone's cut. The Netherlands is I've seen fat
1:25:49
people in the Netherlands, you see fat people in the UK never
1:25:52
used to see that. Now we're going to really push and I
1:25:57
had to throw in a couple of doses, you know, making it.
1:26:01
First of all, in the Netherlands where everybody bicycles.
1:26:04
Yeah, to eat just beef and potatoes.
1:26:07
They use is just the normal. There's no reason for a fat
1:26:10
person to exist in the Netherlands. And that was just
1:26:14
no reason it has to be dietary. It's the input.
1:26:17
Totally. The input is crap, you're not eating food. So let's
1:26:24
make a grift out of this to
1:26:25
Rose Garcia says for as long as she can remember, doctors told
1:26:29
her she was overweight. What did the doctor or others tell
1:26:32
you to do, just to exercise and eat better. She
1:26:35
struggled unsuccessfully for years,
1:26:38
by the way. So sad because that is the problem, exercise more
1:26:42
and eat better. There's no place to get good food, because we
1:26:46
definitely just don't have the knowledge anymore. But food is
1:26:49
this has been set up for a long time. And now here it is, we're
1:26:53
killing our kids. Then at
1:26:55
age 15. She developed hypertension and became pre
1:26:57
diabetic.
1:26:58
I visited my doctor and I told her that I wanted to lose
1:27:02
weight. But I wanted help. I knew I couldn't do it by myself
1:27:05
with parental
1:27:06
permission. She finally tried bariatric weight loss surgery
1:27:08
last June, along with counseling for emotional eating,
1:27:12
and I'm sure some SSRIs for your depression because you're
1:27:15
overweight.
1:27:16
Since then, she has lost more than 90 pounds Did you look in
1:27:19
the mirror and think who is that
1:27:22
my clothing was a big, big sign. I would put on my favorite
1:27:26
dresses and they were too big. And it was really really
1:27:30
surprising to me.
1:27:31
The new guidelines from the AAP recommend better nutrition,
1:27:34
exercise and face to face counseling. treatment may also
1:27:38
include weight loss drugs and surgery for adolescents who meet
1:27:41
the criteria. But for many families, medication and surgery
1:27:44
are not covered by insurance. Here we go. If they have
1:27:48
insurance, what do you think about these new guidelines?
1:27:51
I think that it's definitely a step in the right direction.
1:27:54
How do you thread that needle between body shaming and
1:27:58
communicating that there are some consequences to your health
1:28:01
if you're overweight or obese,
1:28:02
it is not about how you look it's how your body is on the
1:28:05
inside.
1:28:06
And by the way, notice Lizzo Lotus notice Hollywood notice
1:28:10
the commercials morbidly obese women mainly are showing up in
1:28:15
beauty products commercials I mentioned
1:28:17
before I meant I mentioned this because we I do a monitoring a
1:28:22
target on the Nanda DH unplugged show. And one of the things I've
1:28:26
been seeing there's these large posters on the wall of obese,
1:28:31
morbidly obese women.
1:28:33
Yeah, cute are good clothes. And it's beautiful because they're
1:28:36
beautiful, they're beautiful inside and out. And then these
1:28:39
women have been targeted targeted by the food industry.
1:28:44
And now we're gone and and Farmer of Go ahead sing the
1:28:50
commercial ozempic which is now being used as a weight loss
1:28:54
drug. By the way, when you stop taking ozempic the weight comes
1:28:58
right back. So we're giving people drugs for their for their
1:29:01
sadness, drugs for their obesity, cutting, you know,
1:29:04
cutting off their stomachs to make sure that they don't eat
1:29:08
more of the crap that they're already eating. I'm a little bit
1:29:10
incense, and now they're gonna make everybody else pay for it.
1:29:14
Lots of obstacles remain especially in equity and access
1:29:17
to health care, medical insurance and healthy food.
1:29:20
And this is going to be Medicare. It's gonna it's gonna
1:29:22
go right into the system, Obamacare whatever you call it,
1:29:26
we're gonna be paying for it.
1:29:28
Now some parents may question whether the recommendations for
1:29:30
drugs and surgery in some cases go too far. But Nora, the AAP is
1:29:34
making it clear that more aggressive early intervention is
1:29:38
needed.
1:29:39
You watch it's going to be added to our government health care.
1:29:43
Oh, it has to be yes. There's no doubt about it once it becomes a
1:29:47
standard practice and it has to be covered. Now that brings me
1:29:50
to some pro fat people. Okay. On tick tock.
1:29:57
Oh, this is not cool. ordinated this is just how the show rolls
1:30:02
sometimes which is interesting.
1:30:04
I have
1:30:06
one to fat complainer. And then I have the second clip, which
1:30:11
claims that anything you said that affected entire Spiel you
1:30:15
just laid out is racist. Oh,
1:30:19
should I play that one or what? No,
1:30:20
no, let's start with. Let's start with a long clip, which is
1:30:23
the fat complaints and this is from a fat woman.
1:30:27
Generally speaking, there's three kind of big buckets of
1:30:30
reasons why someone might engage in intentional weight loss.
1:30:33
First is desirability, second health, third, stigma. But at
1:30:37
the end of the day, all of those are rooted in fat phobia in
1:30:40
different ways, and I'll explain first desirability, that is kind
1:30:45
of the most obvious when it comes to fat phobia. We
1:30:47
currently live in a society that uplifts, thinness, able bodied,
1:30:53
eveness, whiteness, seriousness, and heterosexuality as the
1:30:58
things that are most desirable. And so if you are wanting to
1:31:01
lose weight, in order to become more desirable, you are
1:31:07
upholding a fat phobic beauty standard, as well as the non
1:31:11
whites from Sinologists. So next is health. What we know is that
1:31:16
weight is not a good indicator of someone's health and also
1:31:20
your health is not an indicator of your worth. You can have
1:31:24
health and body related goals for yourself that are not about
1:31:28
fat phobia, and not about weight loss. So let me give you an
1:31:30
example, you might decide that you have a goal of hiking a
1:31:36
particular mountain in your area. Now you would be engaging
1:31:40
in different types of movement in order to achieve that goal,
1:31:43
you may or may not lose weight in doing that, and in fact,
1:31:46
there's lots of fat Mountaineers and hikers. third bucket reason
1:31:51
is that you might be facing extreme fat phobia and anti fat
1:31:56
bias in your own life and you have personally mentally hit a
1:31:59
wall where you can't deal with it anymore, and so you decide to
1:32:01
intentionally lose weight. That is actually the case with Roxane
1:32:05
Gay, who is very tall, they are like six foot or six one. And
1:32:09
prior to their weight loss surgery, they would have been
1:32:13
categorized as a super fat. So being a super fat and being that
1:32:18
tall comes with a particular type of physical accessibility
1:32:23
challenge as well as anti fatness. And so for that reason,
1:32:26
Roxane Gay, elected to have weight loss surgery, but it's
1:32:30
really important that if you still go through with
1:32:32
unintentional weight loss that you don't sacrifice fat
1:32:35
liberation politics, because otherwise it's still just fat
1:32:38
phobia, even if you're doing it for your mental health and
1:32:41
accessibility.
1:32:42
SLP fat liberation politics. I need to say something. I have
1:32:47
fat friends. There's fat people who are listening. Your it's not
1:32:52
your fault, though. It's a massive, long Lost Codex
1:32:57
Alimentarius. Hello. We haven't talked about that in a long
1:32:59
time. This was planned. It's a way to lose weight and become
1:33:04
healthy is eat and I'll just give you an example. Go to beef.
1:33:08
initiative.com Just buy ground beef directly from a rancher
1:33:12
that's a you could eat ground beef for breakfast, lunch and
1:33:15
dinner and walk for 45 minutes today, you will become
1:33:19
incredibly hot drinks drink water. That's it, you will be
1:33:23
fine. The problem is the food. And look, I we watch Friends.
1:33:29
And Everybody Loves Raymond. At the end of the evening like I
1:33:33
would just chill out and watch something. We don't care if it's
1:33:35
a repeat. It's so funny. Every commercial is junk food followed
1:33:40
by weight loss junk food followed by weight loss there yo
1:33:43
yoing everybody. You are 87 years old. You look like a 50
1:33:48
year old. Why? Because you've had 15 years you've had a cough
1:33:52
once never been sick that I can recall. Why? Because you cook
1:33:56
for yourself and you cook good food. That's it. Everything else
1:34:01
is psychological warfare and I'm mad about it. I'm really mad.
1:34:08
You're on a roll. I'm mad about with that. Let's listen to this
1:34:11
clip. This is worse.
1:34:13
This is not like racism. It is racism anti fatness is rooted in
1:34:16
anti blackness. And the reason why people are pursuing thinness
1:34:19
is because they're pursuing proximity to whiteness. The
1:34:22
reason why people hate fat people is because people hate
1:34:25
black people and appearing Carlier bigger is associated
1:34:29
with blackness, especially black women, and that's where they're
1:34:31
discriminated in the workplace. overly sexualized and this has
1:34:35
gone back for centuries and centuries all systems of
1:34:38
oppression, capitalism, sexism, racism, it all comes back to
1:34:42
white supremacy, which is the foundation of the fabric of
1:34:45
America and rules every sector and aspect of our society.
1:34:48
insane. Insane.
1:34:53
I would say yes, insane.
1:34:55
So it's Mo and I just happen to do another mo facts yesterday. A
1:35:00
lot of it was about this. I know he seems like a black guy to me,
1:35:04
maybe he has a different opinion.
1:35:06
But you can't have a different opinion you ain't black.
1:35:10
He's special. He's different. That's what's going on. Now I'm
1:35:15
really, really sad that it's all coming together at the same
1:35:18
time. And the fix is so simple. It will be cheaper for you to
1:35:25
buy good ground beef and make burgers, big burgers, Make
1:35:28
Meatloaf, make meatballs, whatever you want. Eat that for
1:35:32
a month. It'll be cheaper than the crap you're buying drink
1:35:35
water walk for 45 minutes a day. You will lose weight is I've
1:35:42
seen it happen time and time again. And the smartest people,
1:35:47
the smartest people in my life, don't even know what they're
1:35:50
eating. We don't know anymore. That's what happened in the
1:35:55
Netherlands once they got the supermarkets and once they got
1:35:58
McDonald's and Burger King, people got fat. Now I saw it
1:36:02
happen. I'm old enough to have seen the thin, the thin Brits
1:36:06
the thin Dutch, the French suck habla. They're ballooning too.
1:36:12
Well, I noticed this also in Canada, one of the thinnest
1:36:15
towns in Canada traditionally, I haven't been to Toronto for a
1:36:19
decade. But it was already I used to go more often than not,
1:36:24
and I would go there and it was because the you know, people
1:36:27
would walk they'd be walking their walkers in Canada, they
1:36:29
walk all over the place. And they were it was a thin city.
1:36:33
Everybody was thin there. And then the last time I went, which
1:36:36
was about 10 years ago, everybody had these big butts.
1:36:39
Where did this happen? Now it could be the they were big users
1:36:43
of rapeseed oil. I think canola oil which is Canadian. Yeah.
1:36:48
Boil rings. Yes, it's
1:36:51
highly processed. Do you know what? This is? Butter? The Irish
1:36:56
butter the carry? Yeah. So I like getting this. I like
1:37:02
getting the bars for you know, just for if we want to put it in
1:37:05
the recipe and I get the spreadable. And I and I gotta
1:37:09
come home and Tina looks at this thing. She says, What did you
1:37:12
buy? I said I got the spreadable Irish butter. And it's Look at
1:37:16
this. It had a big red stripe that I didn't see of course, and
1:37:20
it said now with canola oil. What their
1:37:25
purpose purposely raising is about carry that butter you're
1:37:29
talking about. It's probably it's probably it's Costco is
1:37:31
probably crap to buy. No, it's a good butter. Not that what you
1:37:34
bought, but the thing is if you leave it out instead of the
1:37:38
refrigerator, you just leave it out for about an hour or two.
1:37:40
It's so spreadable. It's ridiculous. Why would you buy
1:37:44
spreadable when it is spreadable? Because I want
1:37:47
it now with canola oil. I thought yeah. They're selling it
1:37:51
as a premium.
1:37:52
Oh, oh, yeah. No, that's how you do it. That's exactly how you do
1:37:56
it.
1:37:56
That's the car right there.
1:37:58
It's a benefit not a no, it's
1:38:00
not a detractor. But now I have a question. Is this the right
1:38:05
time to launch a book about having too many eggs?
1:38:10
Well with a shortage. No. Somebody's calling right now to
1:38:15
tell me to shut up.
1:38:16
I'm gonna play this.
1:38:18
But when the book comes out, there'll be plenty of eggs. Do
1:38:21
you
1:38:21
want to take that off the hook? Do you want to answer should we
1:38:23
take it off the hook while you play the clip? Okay, this is a
1:38:26
UK farmer explaining the truth behind the egg shortage, which
1:38:31
has been explained to us by the authorities as the avian flu.
1:38:36
Not true say the farmers
1:38:38
All right. Well, if you've been to the grocery store lately,
1:38:40
you've likely noticed that that
1:38:42
almost I'm sorry, this is this is the report and then I have
1:38:45
the farmer All right. Well,
1:38:46
if you've been to the grocery store lately, you've likely
1:38:49
noticed that the high price of eggs so prices are so high that
1:38:52
some people are calling eggs the new luxury item. Just like beef
1:38:56
will be the new caviar and comes as Wall Street awaits a new
1:38:59
report on inflation today. Here's avcs Andrea Fujii this
1:39:04
morning with grocery prices, especially eggs putting a bigger
1:39:08
dent in Americans wallets. Analysts have high hopes for the
1:39:11
new government report on inflation due out today. It's
1:39:14
expected to show consumer prices last month Rose 6.5% compared to
1:39:19
a year ago. That's encouraging when compared to the 7.1%
1:39:23
increase in November, but not nearly enough relief. shopper.
1:39:27
Use was always wrong with these reports. The 2.5% increase is on
1:39:33
top of the 7.5 it's cumulative. It is not something you know
1:39:39
resetting 10 years ago
1:39:42
we cannot we can't get any eggs now we don't have a supply. We
1:39:46
don't have a farm that we that we know yet. We're looking to
1:39:48
get eggs from Tina keeps saying let's get let's get two chickens
1:39:53
to say you need to read this book. That's not what you want.
1:39:56
And by the way, how are you going to protect two chickens?
1:39:59
Here There's all kinds of farm and it's a lot
1:40:01
I know you have to have a lot of just quickie for anyone who
1:40:05
wants to get chickens. You have to have a coop. You have to have
1:40:08
a coop and you have to literally put the chickens in the coop and
1:40:12
seal them into the coop at night and lock the coop so no, none of
1:40:18
these environments get in there because weasels
1:40:21
right underneath any any fence come up and eat them up.
1:40:24
You have to have a good coop, and you have to clean the poop
1:40:27
in the coop. Yeah, dead chickens deaf screw that, you know.
1:40:33
Chickens poop everywhere. But you just wash it out once in a
1:40:36
while. But yeah, you two chickens, who do you have the
1:40:42
area for a lot. You could have a lot of chickens before the
1:40:44
animals figured out there. Alright, so
1:40:46
let's go back to the report.
1:40:47
That's encouraging when compared to the 7.1% increase in
1:40:51
November, but not nearly enough relief for most shoppers.
1:40:55
It's just too much. It's too much. I don't want to buy any I
1:40:58
can't afford it.
1:40:59
Overall food prices stop. Again. The way they did this report,
1:41:05
she said it was a relief. Yeah. But it went up. And
1:41:08
additionally, this is not instead of this is an addition
1:41:12
to Yes, it was 7.5 the month before then went up another 2.5.
1:41:17
That's not a relief. So why are they reporting like it is a
1:41:21
relief?
1:41:21
Because they're full of crap. I was I was at eight we only have
1:41:26
we have to we have the natural grocer, which is kind of a joke,
1:41:28
but they do get stuff from farms. No eggs haven't been any
1:41:32
no eggs for two and a half, three weeks. So what's left is
1:41:36
the eggs at HEB. Which who knows? Now they don't feel
1:41:40
great. I have a question about that in a moment. They don't
1:41:42
feel great if you boil them. And I see. And this breaks my heart
1:41:46
I see old people, old women looking at all the selections of
1:41:50
eggs, and the prices and the coupons. And the this is doesn't
1:41:55
this is a 18 eggs. And they're trying to figure out how in
1:41:58
God's name they can afford it. It's heartbreaking
1:42:03
for us by them to make eggs. And at first, it's just too much
1:42:08
it's too much.
1:42:09
I don't want to buy any I can't afford it.
1:42:12
Overall food prices rose about 12% In the last year. But eggs
1:42:16
have been a whole different story with prices more than
1:42:19
doubling or even tripling in some areas. Shoppers at one
1:42:23
store in New York reporting a carton of eggs now costs more
1:42:26
than $11. Restaurants. They can't keep up.
1:42:29
We sick at a case for about $27. And now we're getting them for
1:42:34
about $150
1:42:35
It's not just inflation. How many eggs in a case John, do you
1:42:38
happen to know?
1:42:40
Not offhand
1:42:41
is $7 and now we're getting in for about $150
1:42:45
It's not just inflation. The worst bird flu outbreak in years
1:42:49
has taken a toll on the industry coupled with high demand during
1:42:52
the recent holiday baking season. Leading to shortages in
1:42:55
some areas of high
1:42:56
demand we were barbecuing stopped bankings
1:42:59
the Agriculture Department says bird flu has reduced the egg
1:43:02
laying hen population by more than 40 million if
1:43:05
the egg is still so high, we will have to increase the price.
1:43:11
Again last week. I did a lot of customers and stuff like that.
1:43:14
So I didn't do any muffins because we have to find that
1:43:17
that toss up between what are we going to be able to offer
1:43:20
the good news is some experts believe egg prices may have
1:43:24
peaked but they're expected to remain high through spring.
1:43:27
So there was the lie of the avian flu. Now we have the UK
1:43:31
egg farmer bag
1:43:32
this one out there before the supermarket's put their story
1:43:35
across and cancel everyone else. So when you go into a
1:43:40
supermarket Now, you might see that there is a bit of an egg
1:43:42
shortage. So not many eggs on the shelf to buy, you know free
1:43:46
range and organic, nothing. So you struggling to find eggs.
1:43:51
Supermarkets are going to tell you this is because of avian
1:43:54
flu. Which to be fair, there has been a lot of cases of avian
1:43:59
flu. But you want to know the real reason why there's an egg
1:44:02
shortage is because the supermarket's won't pay the
1:44:06
farmers for the the supermarket's have upped their
1:44:11
price for you the consumer. But they haven't built at that price
1:44:16
increase down to ask the farmers. So our cost of
1:44:20
producing these eggs has skyrocketed, feed electric the
1:44:24
price of new birds that's gone up, but our price of eggs stay
1:44:28
the same. So we physically can't afford to produce these eggs. So
1:44:36
currently, there's been 8 million less free range hens
1:44:41
ordered for next year's flock. So that's just under 8 million
1:44:45
eggs every day, that we're not going to be producing 8 million
1:44:51
eggs less every single day that we don't produce. And we're
1:44:56
already 3 million eggs short of being self sufficient. was so
1:45:01
the UK have to import 3 million eggs every day to feed the
1:45:06
nation. And now we're losing another 8 million birds because
1:45:10
the supermarket's will pay us
1:45:11
BREAKING NEWS THIS AFTERNOON a massive fire I thought I was
1:45:15
gonna have the jingle damn we had this we had this
1:45:27
on should remember Killam Yeah, you're wrong you're calling
1:45:34
chickens in the United States by the millions and maybe keeps up
1:45:38
with this because she's in touch with all the chicken
1:45:40
organizations and she even knows duck farmers
1:45:43
so they're calling them there's not because they're dying
1:45:45
they're calling them they're calling him
1:45:47
they're calling him we would take dibs claimed as avian flu
1:45:50
one bird gets it somewhere and then in the county and everyone
1:45:54
kills all their chickens. And she says all basically all the
1:45:57
egg laying chickens have been except in some areas where
1:46:00
there's never been an issue because they're so freaked out
1:46:03
about avian flu that they kill all the chickens and now they're
1:46:07
the there's a replenishment going on as we speak all the
1:46:11
chickens or all the chickens are being replenished I know what's
1:46:13
going on with that UK and she says the A's will be back at
1:46:17
normal prices probably jacked up a bit because you know you can
1:46:20
get away with it. But it should be back to normal in terms of
1:46:23
production in May. So when our book comes out No, too many
1:46:29
eggs.com Do you wish you can get the PDF of free when the book
1:46:34
comes out to be plenty eggs,
1:46:36
what are possible substitutes for eggs in baking etc.
1:46:43
To spend more money on your eggs are available?
1:46:47
I'm asking you specifically.
1:46:49
I don't know. There's there's powdered eggs I guess and then
1:46:53
which is available. I am not a baker I am. The only person in
1:47:00
the house was kind of a baker's J. Baker, I'm not a baker.
1:47:04
I'm reading subs. Here's the egg substitute chart
1:47:10
where you're going to have to do some baking is someone coming up
1:47:12
big meat and
1:47:13
I'm just looking to know I'm just looking to see what they
1:47:16
will push on us. They're gonna put something else on us.
1:47:19
Oh, they just they're gonna put stuff on harbors for those. I
1:47:24
mean,
1:47:26
okay, that's just the story for the restaurant stores. We could
1:47:29
do a whole show on that. Well,
1:47:31
let's do is. Let's do the last one because we're running behind
1:47:35
it's all my fault.
1:47:36
This morning. The headlines teasing a potential federal ban
1:47:39
on gas stoves due to health concerns triggering a backlash
1:47:43
now. Can you cook well in a restaurant scenario without gas?
1:47:49
No.
1:47:51
There you go. New York's Well, yeah,
1:47:54
well, actually you can I take it back. If you have a one of those
1:47:57
giant core news or one of these old stoves that use wood and you
1:48:02
burn wood in the restaurant. I think you could do just as well,
1:48:06
if not better than gas. Well, no. Yes, you can.
1:48:09
Yeah. But New York City is now going to put it into their
1:48:12
building code just like just like Europe. No gas
1:48:16
nuts. Yeah.
1:48:17
But this morning, officials say they're only opening a public
1:48:20
comment period. And no one is coming for your gas stove.
1:48:24
Yeah, right. Oh, crap. You know, they
1:48:26
are at the heart of the issue is medical research showing nearly
1:48:30
13% of childhood asthma cases in the US can be linked to the use
1:48:35
of a gas stove
1:48:36
can be linked to the use of a gas though it's killing the
1:48:39
children. If it was always something like that. If it was
1:48:42
really killing children, they'd have you put more gas in
1:48:44
obviously, it's one. Yes.
1:48:48
I don't know if they're going to explain what they're what
1:48:50
they're talking about. Yes, I think so. I will if they don't
1:48:53
multiple studies looking into chemicals that enter our homes
1:48:56
through stoves,
1:48:57
these are oxides of nitrogen or NOx that get released into our
1:49:03
homes when we use gas to cook. And those and NOx are well known
1:49:07
to contribute to asthma.
1:49:09
Many pollutants are odorless Consumer Reports also looking
1:49:13
into this
1:49:13
nitrogen dioxide is a concern because we know that it does
1:49:17
have adverse effects on respiratory tract respiratory
1:49:21
illnesses, especially for sensitive individuals such as
1:49:25
children who could have asthma as well as elderly people who
1:49:30
also suffer from asthma.
1:49:32
Rich Trumka, Commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety
1:49:34
Commission told Bloomberg News a ban on gas stoves is on the
1:49:38
table. But he later backtracked, the agency clarified it has not
1:49:42
proposed any regulatory action on gas stoves at this time,
1:49:46
adding that any regulation would involve a lengthy process, which
1:49:50
would apply only to new appliances. In the meantime, as
1:49:54
regulators investigate, there are some steps that concern
1:49:58
parents can take
1:49:59
as well. That's the first best actionable thing we can do and
1:50:02
that is to make sure that we use hoods we use ventilation. If we
1:50:07
don't have those installed, can we at least try and open a
1:50:10
window
1:50:11
Consumer Reports found only 13% of homes use the rangehood.
1:50:16
Meanwhile, nearly 100 cities have already banned gas hookups
1:50:19
and new construction to eliminate fossil fuels and
1:50:22
apartment buildings. And New York's governor has called for a
1:50:25
ban on gas appliances statewide.
1:50:28
All right, go
1:50:30
no, they said it in there's no access for him sometimes from
1:50:33
the gases burning in the air and creates night night. Various
1:50:37
nitric or nitrogen oxides, NOx as they refer to it. And this
1:50:43
has been going on this is a known fact. And it's been
1:50:46
there's nothing new about to say these gas stoves have been in
1:50:49
how is this what since the late 1800s? Probably. So we have at
1:50:54
least 100 years of experience with these things that are now
1:50:57
all of a sudden this is an issue. Why did it what is
1:51:01
bullcrap? It's it's a smokescreen da
1:51:06
That's exactly right, a smokescreen? smokescreen for
1:51:09
getting everybody on electricity?
1:51:11
Yeah, so you can cut them off if you want to control
1:51:13
them. Exactly. And with that, I'd like to thank you for your
1:51:16
courtesy in the morning to you the man who put the sea in
1:51:19
childhood obesity ladies and gentlemen say hello my friend on
1:51:21
the other end Mr. John
1:51:26
Murray new Mr. Adam in the morning listen she was in the
1:51:28
graph in the air so there's a danger nights out there
1:51:31
in the morning to our trolls in the troll room who have been
1:51:34
standing by to diligently for quite a while let me let's move
1:51:37
right ahead there and let's count them hold on a second.
1:51:40
Let's get a count Hello, trolls Oh, that's not what I wanted.
1:51:45
With my troll counter. everything's messed up today.
1:51:49
Oh no second I stopped that.
1:51:52
I can't even stop it anymore. So out of control
1:51:55
you're out of control out of control.
1:51:57
Here we go. Control count let's see. We have 1774 1774 1774
1:52:11
weird numbers we've been getting recently. That's it though the
1:52:13
trolls are in their troll room.io where you can hang out
1:52:18
on show days when we are live. You can go to troll them.out.io
1:52:22
and listen to the stream right away you can log into the chat
1:52:24
room and troll if you want and we're so open about it people
1:52:28
even have Adam is a cuckold as their screen name and they're
1:52:31
saying horrible things about me but that's okay because you're a
1:52:33
troll and we appreciate you trolling that way
1:52:39
you guys looking over that list of all the banned these places
1:52:42
that banned us
1:52:43
the mastodon? Yeah, the Norwich mass social.com and one of
1:52:47
them's just the one the lion oh, by the way checkbooks these, uh,
1:52:50
you know, went to these sites. He's got five guys. I mean, he's
1:52:54
ridiculous. But okay. But one of them though, besides the one
1:52:57
that says, Well, I didn't see anything wrong. But just because
1:53:00
everyone else is banning him. I will too, which is my favorite.
1:53:05
Yeah, I've seen it five times. Nothing wrong. But hey, it's
1:53:07
mentioned so many times might as well ban them miners will do.
1:53:10
Yeah. But my favorite one to this line is simple. John C.
1:53:15
Dvorak.
1:53:18
Reason right there. With him on the band was well no agenda
1:53:23
social.com is where you can hang out with us you can I think
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there's still some slots open for you to join, sign up.no
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agenda social.com. Or you can follow us if you're not an
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instance that blocks us. Follow Adam and no agenda social.com Or
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John C. Dvorak had no agenda social.com And I suggest that as
1:53:40
we go through our list here, the donations are so it's such a
1:53:43
short list. We do everything in one go, including the nice
1:53:46
things everything. We're a little behind as well. If you're
1:53:49
okay with that, and I can do it, but not before. We thank the
1:53:53
artist for episode 1519 appropriately titled freeze
1:53:58
speech, which is another thing you saw how many times the
1:54:02
freeze PDF free
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speech was at least five or six times more than that? More than
1:54:07
that, and I only saw five or six. What I missed I saw it.
1:54:10
I was missing the kk k Nazi Quadroon I saw Nazis but not
1:54:15
really quadrate I see the quad drones. We appreciate Nico Seim,
1:54:19
who brought us the greetings from Potemkin UK. Which was
1:54:24
quite appropriate as Kent and Neil was at Centennial. Oh
1:54:28
goodness, I must have gotten that wrong here. First
1:54:31
victory for the day.
1:54:32
How did I screw that up? I'm gonna have to. I'm gonna have to
1:54:35
adjust that right away. Today. I guess I didn't change it on the
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on the credits page. A faux pa I will take care of that Taunton
1:54:43
deal. I'm sorry. Taunton, Neil. She did the work. And there were
1:54:48
quite another quite a number of other pieces that we looked at.
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Let's see, going to no agenda art generator.com. Now you can
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always follow along if you're listening live because the
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artists submit these
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diligently Post can like As Darren Oh Neil's stylish
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firepower, which I thought was a cool piece. It was very funny.
1:55:07
Let me see where it was. Go. That was a Louis Vuitton dip on
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the, on the gun. It wasn't very Toothless. It wasn't the right
1:55:16
gun, because it was a 380 revolver. And also, we were
1:55:20
pretty sure that this just might push the limits of someone like
1:55:23
you. Were we out we put us out of business we thought Apple
1:55:26
might, you know, say, No, we can't have these guys.
1:55:29
Something's wrong with them was wrong with these guys. So we did
1:55:32
it. We actually succumbed we succumbed to the cancel the
1:55:36
cancel cannon? We I feel bad about it in a way.
1:55:40
I don't. Maybe because I like to degrees or Potemkin anyway.
1:55:46
What's it like? It was a slouch piece? No, it was the leader.
1:55:50
It was the leader. What else did we miss? I'd tend to kneel in
1:55:54
the right place but not in the second but I'm changing this
1:55:56
right away. I'm so angry. Sorry about that.
1:56:00
Probably that's probably the only did wasn't a great
1:56:03
selection. stuff coming up on today for today's shows little
1:56:06
was slightly better. It looks like let's see
1:56:09
there was a
1:56:17
don't think there was actually a think about it. So I should have
1:56:21
mentioned. Yeah.
1:56:23
So I should mention I did the newsletter and I took a photo of
1:56:27
one of our producers. I already forgot his name in Virginia.
1:56:34
Some distance from McClain so I don't know where but he does.
1:56:37
Oh, I got I got them as well. Oh, you did? Okay. Yeah, no, I
1:56:41
got him the PIO box. I guess he sent them to me separately.
1:56:45
Good. Because He sent two of each and I thought maybe he
1:56:48
wanted me to send you one of each. But I'm no, keep them all.
1:56:52
No, I also and they should reach. They're very decorative.
1:56:55
What are they this top secret? The color the cover sheet for
1:57:03
top secret documents. So he sent four of them, a did secret and
1:57:09
top secret. And then you look at the bottom. And their public
1:57:12
domain is kind of I mean, there's one company that prints
1:57:15
them up, but you just order them. It's so that so Trump had
1:57:19
all these top secret cover sheets that they took pictures
1:57:22
of, I did the same thing and put it in a picture, I took a
1:57:25
picture of a bunch of these on the Sunday newsletter, on top of
1:57:28
the kitchen table, maybe
1:57:30
it was just the picture that they took. And they just drew a
1:57:34
cut a bunch of those around that they just you can even get a
1:57:36
link you can print them out yourself. Did you know that? No,
1:57:42
there's a there's a government link. And you can download the
1:57:45
PDFs and print as many as you want. Exactly. Once we have
1:57:49
good very. So I would take them and I would put them on all my
1:57:52
everything. Take everyone out there should just print these up
1:57:55
and put them on everything, you know, make everything top
1:57:58
secret. Anyway, they're very decorative, they're very
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decorative.
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We appreciate it. So what we get for that is
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Bijon finally made an honest woman out of her.
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Yeah, I saw he had a picture on one of his sites. Have them
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together.
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Did you? Did you get invited to the wedding?
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Now? I think he I think he pulled the plug on the big
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wedding or we already had it or he did de la
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I'm not sure. sketchy.
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Yeah, he was gonna do a big wedding at the house. We'd like
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celebrations. Well, you're not gonna get those but please stop
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John from tackling nights and diving across the table to catch
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Congratulations. You're Hollywood people.
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Hollywood for one thing is we're not Hollywood a and know the
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now there's one I haven't heard I don't think we've ever added
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sir. Speed bump is shenana Shunpike.
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Yes. Here's a quick update on the heartbreak girl my car
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This year. She's racing, a formula Mazda and the SCCA This
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is an open wheeled winged car with an RX seven rotary engine
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that does 150 miles an hour. I've driven these only it was
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the Ford I think, at Connecticut, she took second
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place in her first race weekend and it's turning heads. Remember
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how I said she wins a lot and makes the boys cry. She beat her
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ex boyfriend in that race. He didn't cry but his mom sure
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wasn't happy. Our goal is to begin the road to Indy. In 2000.
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Yeah, and eventually be an IndyCar driver. Oh, man, I that
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will be so cool. I'm going to talk to our Eli and Ike. Make
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sure he has his eye on her. The Dutch we should get
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him a bumper sticker they could put on the car. Yeah,
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that's always very controversial when it comes to big name
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sponsors. But it would be nice if maybe, maybe a pin. That
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point yes, she could put the sticker now she has sponsors I'd
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notice. Yeah, but just not you know, she's
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BF Goodrich is the sponsor? Val valine. Well,
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here it is. I asked John for a no agenda vector logo to place
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I don't remember this note. Well,
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I would say we need to get that taken care of.
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I will get him some vector graphics.
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We'll be racing at the circuit of Americas the weekend of
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February 11 and 12th. You in the keeper once again invited to
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next time that's what I'm talking about a whole bunch of
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Texas. Those are no agenda meetups, you can find them at no
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start one it's always guaranteed a party with Tyson days you'd be
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triggered. You want to be where everybody feels the same? Is
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like a bar
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but I guess we have to go to ISOs now,
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now oh, well, Bob, we can I mean, we're we should we're far
2:16:40
from over.
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We're not that far from over.
2:16:43
That said we only been going for two hours and 15 minutes. Well,
2:16:47
that's
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right. We started late. Started extremely late. Sorry about
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that. But let's do the ISOs.
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Okay, I have one.
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I only have one.
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Oh, let me see. Where's your where's your one? All right.
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See? Here's yours.
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See, that's wild. That's not bad.
2:17:07
My ISO works better if you heard the clip first.
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Ai hallucinations.
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What it neither mine is a little more legible, but it's not all
2:17:19
that great. And why is it not dead
2:17:21
and illegible? It is crap. See?
2:17:23
That's wild. But we'll use yours.
2:17:27
is better than mine. Okay, he was better as he fit into the
2:17:31
show. Here's his Interesting. Well, do
2:17:33
you want to hear the clip that goes with
2:17:34
it? Yeah, let's play
2:17:36
it. This is a clip from NPR is marketplace I think. And they
2:17:44
talk to Oh, remember Neva. This is the search engine I pay for
2:17:47
and that I use
2:17:49
in your favorite product?
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Well, it was and we just well, so they talked to the founder.
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Forget the guy's name. Excuse me. Talk. Okay, yeah, not
2:18:05
really. They talked to the founder of Neva, who integrated
2:18:09
an AI chat solution, which we just recognize on the fly. What
2:18:13
they what they do is is a little better than most of this chat AI
2:18:19
garbage. They give the sources which can be two to five links
2:18:23
of where the information came from, as it then goes ahead and
2:18:27
types it out in this parlor trick trying to prove to you
2:18:30
that it says some intelligent sentient being, but turned out
2:18:34
to be not so great on this particular in this particular
2:18:37
report.
2:18:37
But while large language AI models that's the tech behind
2:18:40
Niva and chat GPT. While they're impressive, they're still a work
2:18:44
in progress. Ramaswamy is showing me how Neva is AI would
2:18:48
summarize me.
2:18:50
Matt Levin is the host of the NPR show planet money. He has a
2:18:53
degree in economics from Yale University.
2:18:56
I'm a reporter at marketplace and I once applied to Yale so
2:19:00
close. Neva is working on this and has links and attributions
2:19:04
to source material chat. GPT does not. The AI is mixing me up
2:19:09
with a couple other people. But sometimes when it doesn't know
2:19:12
an answer, it just makes stuff up. There's actually a term for
2:19:15
this AI hallucinations.
2:19:18
Large language models
2:19:20
have not necessarily been taught things like absence of
2:19:25
knowledge.
2:19:29
It's crap.
2:19:32
So is that guy's voice?
2:19:34
I know that I mean, that's the last time I'm gonna listen to
2:19:36
the marketplace. As you predicted chat GPT is being used
2:19:41
to cheat.
2:19:42
Let's turn now to a growing problem facing high schools and
2:19:44
universities around the world and artificial intelligence
2:19:47
software called Chat GPT. While the software has been a hit with
2:19:51
investors, with Microsoft, reportedly planning to invest
2:19:54
$10 billion students are using it to cheat on tests and even
2:19:58
write essays. So So Nikki Matisse shows us how it works
2:20:02
and what parents should know.
2:20:04
This was unlike anything I dealt with before
2:20:06
Darren hick and assistant professor of philosophy at
2:20:09
Furman University in South Carolina recently caught a
2:20:12
student using chante Beatty to plagiarize a written assignment.
2:20:16
This
2:20:16
was a very well written essay, but the things that they said
2:20:19
were just thoroughly wrong.
2:20:21
He ran the students essay through a detection program to
2:20:24
see if the paper was written by a human
2:20:27
I was now
2:20:28
99 point whatever percent confident that this was written
2:20:31
by AI and luckily for my purposes, the student copped to
2:20:35
it, they admitted that they'd use chat GPG
2:20:38
New York City's Department of Education recently banned chat
2:20:41
GPT citing the safety and accuracy of content, open AI,
2:20:46
the creators of chat GPT say that programs should not be used
2:20:50
for misleading purposes, and they're developing ways to
2:20:53
identify text generated by its system. What makes chat GPT
2:20:58
different than other AI systems is its ability to learn and
2:21:02
respond to unique Conversations. I'm going to ask chat GPT to
2:21:06
write me a 300 word essay on the impact of technology's evolution
2:21:11
on society. And less than a minute I had my 300 word essay,
2:21:16
written entirely by artificial intelligence, Princeton student
2:21:20
Edward Tian is also working on a program to outsmart the
2:21:24
artificial intelligence, what are your tips for parents who
2:21:28
want to make sure their children are doing their own homework,
2:21:31
students should try out these new technologies, because it
2:21:36
also benefits them to learn what's out there. But at the
2:21:39
same time, education is something we take into our own
2:21:42
hands and we learn the most by actually doing things.
2:21:47
So I think this is going to fail spectacularly.
2:21:50
I have a couple points. Okay. First of all, was that a
2:21:54
professor a teacher who was at the beginning that guy I don't
2:21:57
know it's plagiarism CBS not plagiarism. No, that's correct.
2:22:02
Plagiarism is specifically stealing somebody else's
2:22:06
material and calling it your own. This is something new is
2:22:10
not plagiarism. Because Who's Who did he steal it from named a
2:22:14
person being plagiarized? Well, so this guy right away this
2:22:17
teacher or professors that idiot,
2:22:20
well, but hold on, hold on a second. If the A if the if the
2:22:23
so called ai i gotta say so called. If it
2:22:27
copies along the way I agree with that, I agree is that
2:22:30
there's no such thing
2:22:30
if this shirt machine learning, if it copies a large block of
2:22:35
text was written by someone else. Do you consider that
2:22:37
plagiarism? Yeah, okay, but that's what's happening. No,
2:22:41
yes. Yes, I've seen it myself. I type in things about podcasting.
2:22:47
2.0 and podcasting. I recognize the entire blocks of text and
2:22:52
where it came from.
2:22:56
Plagiarism is still stealing from some person not from an AI
2:23:00
thing that it's stealing. Maybe it's not plagiarist
2:23:02
okay. Oh, okay. Now you're this is different. You're right, the
2:23:07
AI is plagiarizing. The Machine Learning bullcrap. MLB is
2:23:12
plagiarizing
2:23:13
learning bullcrap. MLB, MLB MLB, Major League Baseball. So did
2:23:21
these these countermeasures are seemed to work more or less. And
2:23:27
I would just say it again. You have a problem with this
2:23:30
bullcrap. If you're a teacher, professor, go back to Blue Book
2:23:34
essay writing your bring everybody into the class, you're
2:23:38
given the assignment, they write it, they have an hour to write
2:23:41
the essay on the spot live and in person. And origin
2:23:44
you know that writing requiring students to write is racist,
2:23:48
right? You can't require them to write children can't even write
2:23:52
anymore.
2:23:55
That's the solution. I mean, I can argue your point there,
2:23:59
because it's somewhat specious. But at the same time, some
2:24:04
people can write they can actually write and you can read
2:24:06
it. It's very amazing. I I've done this on purpose, by the way
2:24:12
to make it so kids can't read. They can't read a clock. We've
2:24:15
talked about this on the show. Millennials Gen Z in particular,
2:24:20
they see a clock on the wall a regular clock, not a digital
2:24:23
clock. They see a regular clock they can't read it. How hard is
2:24:26
that?
2:24:28
I have to prove a point about the parlor trick that is this
2:24:33
machine land learning bullcrap. I asked and I have a screenshot
2:24:37
of it. Chat GPT. I said. The way you type out your answers is a
2:24:46
parlor trick to make you appear more human. I wasn't even asking
2:24:50
the question. The answer? Yes. providing answers in a way that
2:24:54
is similar to how a human would respond is one way to make the
2:24:57
interaction with the AI feel more natural and intuitive for
2:25:00
users. Additionally, mimicking human light conversation allows
2:25:04
for more dynamic interaction and more opportunities for the user
2:25:07
to ask follow up questions or provide additional information
2:25:10
which can lead to a more accurate and useful response. It
2:25:13
is worth noting that while my natural language generation
2:25:16
understanding capabilities are strong and getting better, then
2:25:19
I cut it off there
2:25:20
to go on and on and on. It sounds like it was programmed by
2:25:22
Glenn Greenwald.
2:25:25
Probably plagiarizing Glenn Greenwald.
2:25:28
You go, yay. Hi, Sean. Good predict.
2:25:32
I have nothing to base this on. Thanks. Just the fact that I
2:25:38
picked the hits, I predict this will be an epic failure, epic
2:25:41
failure. And I think it'll take Microsoft down with their $10
2:25:44
billion investment.
2:25:45
Well, the irony is a $10 billion investment Microsoft, when did
2:25:50
they stop coding? When did they stop hiring programmers to do
2:25:53
this sort of thing after visit? What are they doing with their
2:25:57
time up in Microsoft is just doing sales. Can't believe
2:26:01
Microsoft would never spend a billion on anything in the olden
2:26:06
days. They if they were spending why remember, they spent like
2:26:09
400 million on some product, which of course failed after
2:26:13
they owned it. And that was like they were just they were beside
2:26:16
themselves at this huge expense. And now they're throwing 10
2:26:20
obviously, this is the way it should be said they're throwing
2:26:23
$10 billion of the shareholders equity away.
2:26:30
The interesting thing is that they have programmed something
2:26:34
they say themselves, they say that they have an AI that can
2:26:39
imitate anyone's voice in just three seconds including
2:26:44
intonation, emotion, etc. Yeah, I've heard this yet but where's
2:26:48
the where's the example?
2:26:50
I want to see it I mean, maybe the Biden thing that are one of
2:26:53
our producers does not
2:26:54
apparently it doesn't that doesn't exist yet. It's not it's
2:26:57
not even available yet. Of course, if this works, or no, it
2:27:03
doesn't. It doesn't even matter if it works. This will be built
2:27:06
into your car. And your car will require that you speak before it
2:27:12
will start. I can guarantee you this is going to happen
2:27:16
by old used cars.
2:27:18
They don't Yes, it'll be it'll be a federal requirement.
2:27:22
Probably I'm not going to argue that because they already have
2:27:24
they always want to put a breathalyzer exactly but the
2:27:27
problem with that is the person next to you get here Hey bank
2:27:30
easy blowing you the same for me and I'll drive you home. So
2:27:35
that's not gonna work.
2:27:36
There was some news today about FTX I really short clip and this
2:27:42
very interesting. You know, this is the SAM Backman freed.
2:27:47
Apparently, the the Chief Technology Officer of FTX is
2:27:53
trying to make a deal with the feds. And he's he's opening up
2:27:58
the books. He's saying, Well, you know, I, I gave a million
2:28:00
dollars to this campaign and a couple million to that campaign.
2:28:05
And I probably violated some campaign federal campaign laws
2:28:11
and get this. No, this kid it looks like a kid. loaned, Lent,
2:28:18
loaned borrowed, they go borrowed $543 million from
2:28:24
Alameda research while he was working there. How does that
2:28:28
even work? Wow. And what did he spend it on? That's what I'd
2:28:35
like to know. I mean, that's some hookers and blow to the max
2:28:38
baby. I'm telling you this whole thing. It's just a bunch of
2:28:41
children abused by their very powerful parents. And here's the
2:28:45
latest. Well, the
2:28:46
now bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange. FTX says it will begin
2:28:50
repaying customers and investors after recovering $5 billion in
2:28:54
assets. company lawyers say those assets include cash,
2:28:58
liquid cryptocurrency and other investments. But they weren't.
2:29:03
Most of that crypto will be tough to sell without hurting
2:29:06
the market.
2:29:08
So it's not actual money. It's some scam coin. Who knows what
2:29:13
it is? That they're that they're announcing? They're gonna sell.
2:29:16
Let's do that. I had a great idea. They get us out of this
2:29:19
jam. Okay, let's create some other bogus coin value at at 100
2:29:23
bucks a coin and let's give them that.
2:29:26
Interesting to note that there's some kind of short squeeze going
2:29:29
on and Bitcoin it was 16,500 Yesterday. Now it's almost
2:29:34
19,000. There's something going on in the markets. And I think
2:29:38
it's related to this scam. I'm not sure how. But something is
2:29:42
going on that that is very, very, very fishy. And there's a
2:29:47
fishy there's political people who are in trouble, I think. I
2:29:51
think we don't know. This, this kid donated personally $9.3
2:29:56
million to Democratic Party aligned initiatives. for the
2:30:01
midterm, that's just the CTO
2:30:05
the smell knows what's going on this kid says damn kids, it's
2:30:10
it's I'm
2:30:10
telling you it's going to come out as child abuse these these
2:30:13
children were abused by their by their elite parents.
2:30:17
So I have the clip that people sent in sentence sentence. Oh,
2:30:21
no, I took it. I sweetened it a little bit. Thank you to help
2:30:26
out a little bit. And this is and it was a weird clip. This is
2:30:29
Neil deGrasse Tyson talking about promoting the vaccine, the
2:30:35
COVID Vax, and talking about taking it but he keeps saying
2:30:39
taking the virus and he does it three times in a very short
2:30:42
period of time. But what's interesting, besides that is
2:30:45
that some create this podcast, which I've seen before, and you
2:30:49
know, it's a video thing on YouTube. And he seems like
2:30:52
nervous and praise preening because he's got it, he's