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February 2nd, 2023 • 3h 5m

1526: Canuck Chuck

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He kills dogs.
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Adam curry Johnson.
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Thursday February 2 2023. This is your award winning keep our
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nation media assassination episode 1526. This is no agenda
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celebrating 33 days of 2023 hand broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region number six in the
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morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry,
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and from Northern Silicon Valley where we're celebrating
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Groundhog's Day. I'm John Cena borax.
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Wait a minute. Did you say Groundhog's Day? Seriously, did
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you say instead of Groundhog Day?
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We have two of them here.
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Ah, yes, Punxsutawney Phil predicts six more weeks of
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winter.
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There's another one there's a different groundhog up in
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Canada. That's what another good reason to call Grindhouse. Today
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is that look groundhog? No. Yeah lug round or the groundhog a day
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a day a
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groundhog? He's got a name, I think no.
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Wait a minute. This is our gig punks. Attali Punxsutawney Phil
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is our dude. That's been in big game for Years Movies been made
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about him. But it was Canada trying to weasel in on our
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interaction.
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No, so groundhog no weasel. Okay. They have a groundhog up
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there. I can't somebody in the chat room. You'd think the troll
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we think would know the name of this animal. Toronto team may
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have written about him in
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Toronto, Timmy.
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Something like that. But I don't think that's it. Toronto, Tony.
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Montreal. Monty I bet you guys are just trolling helping.
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You're trolling and this is this is what we get. This is what we
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get.
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Oh my god, I
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write that one down. Actually, that's almost a show title. And
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now let's run Montreal.
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Drill money.
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They actually see no one had conduct Chuck. Okay. All right.
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All right now all right. Show title. Yeah, conduct check. It's
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not bad. Not bad. I don't have any clips. Of course. Silly me.
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About what of the Punxsutawney Phil who cares? That's right.
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When you've got we've got real important things to deal with
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like the Super Bowl just
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in time for a Super Bowl party prep is a chicken wing
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embezzlement scheme. A school food service director near
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Chicago is accused of using school money to order 11,000
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cases of wings worth $1.5 million. But they were never
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served. The scheme was revealed when an audit found food costs
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were way over budget.
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I mean, this is the stupid story I've heard all week. What were
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they trying to communicate to me? The Superbowl coming? Is it
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on ABC the Superbowl?
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I don't know. I think it's on NBC or
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Fox or this was an ABC report. I'm just trying to figure out
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why would they give me a report that doesn't tell me what
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happened to the money other than the guy just stole it but what
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does that have to do with with the Super Bowl? Now this is what
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you get from a lot
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of there's a screw by have a screw. He's talking about
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corruption. I got a screwball one same thing similar the thing
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about the Super Bowl. This is about waters. Maxine Waters
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waters has got a scam going Oh. Fox News
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is reporting that California Democratic Representative Maxine
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Waters has continued to practice of transferring campaign cash to
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her daughter this to run a profitable operation during the
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2022 election cycle. Entities Daniel Monaghan has the story
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daughter Karen waters allegedly received over $190,000 from her
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mother's campaign. It was reportedly to keep her Oh,
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you're
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back with NTD. I heard that robot voice there it is.
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The Dorfman mailer operation a float between January 2021 and
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December 2022. The system works by outside campaigns paying
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waters campaign to appear on the endorsement mailers those are
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then sent out to constituents in the Los Angeles area. The
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practice is reportedly unusual at the federal level. However,
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Fox News reports that endorsement mailers, also called
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slate mailers are commonplace in her home state of California.
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Critics say the practice of one campaign paying another for
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support in an election is misleading. Walters received
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permission to use the system from the Federal Election
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Commission in 2004. Since that time, Fox reported that Karen
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waters received over a million dollars in payments from her
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mother's campaign. The practice has also been lucrative for
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waters campaign, Vice President Kamala Harris's campaign sent
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over $30,000 to waters for endorsement mailer placement in
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2010. When seeking the California Attorney General spot
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then in 2016, Harris paid around $30,000 more to appear again
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while running for the US Senate. Meanwhile, Democratic Governor
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Gavin Newsom Some reportedly paid voters $45,000 while
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running for lieutenant governor in 2010. And former Senator
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Barbara Boxer spent a combined 33,000 in 2010 and 2018. On the
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mailers
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This is great. I didn't know this, so you can actually scam
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your fellow Congress congressmen and senators and everyday
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they're scamming each other.
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Yeah. Oh, this
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is good. This is good. Well, that'll never change. Okay,
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California. No. All right. But let's go back to corruption
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because what is probably the most corrupt country in the
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world if I had to ask you just offhand.
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Okay, California,
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no country.
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Oh, Ukraine. Tell us a bit more
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about this anti corruption push. Is this really just about
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joining the EU?
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No, it's not just that's a big part of it.
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This is France 24. This is their their Ukraine experts some kind
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of
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douchebag that guy that I hear is an expert on everything that
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he's a utility player. Bring him in as everything bring
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that guy bring big baldy in a major part of the anti
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corruption drive and a major part of why we're seeing such a
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crackdown right at this moment.
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So Zelinsky is now cracking down on corruption in Ukraine time
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when Ukraine is in a an existential worse survival. With
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Russia locked. This has been an ongoing struggle for a long
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time. Zelinsky campaigned on getting rid of oligarchy
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oligarchs the richest, you know, people who controlled most of
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Ukraine's wealth had monopolies over all of the public sector
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practically has
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it gotten rid of the brute Burisma guy the one that we know
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is corrupt was was was Hunter Biden. I don't think he's gotten
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rid of that guy.
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campaign and getting rid of them campaigned on removing ridding
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public life of graft of the misappropriate graft.
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Grab Raff does he mean grift?
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No graft.
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What's graft?
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Oh, that's funny. Didn't know that word. No. homograft is like
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the word from the 40s for corruption.
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But isn't grift the current word for
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good? No, no Grifters grift is different. Oh gosh is like a
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scam graft is like an overall Exquis literally corruption.
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I am looking at the but the definition. It's a shoot or a
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twig a piece of living tissue. A transplant i Where do I do not?
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I'm not finding graft as corruption.
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Because it should be in there should be like one of the top
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definitions, but I think it's Yeah, I think it's old
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fashioned.
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Ah, yeah, I see. It has a Wikipedia page, not in the
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dictionary. Political corruption, an American English
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form of political corruption defined as unscrupulous use of
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politicians authority for personal gain. Yeah, yeah. I
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don't think it's funny. I didn't know that. I think it's
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No, I think it is because it shows that there's some point.
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Because when your age yeah, there's some cutoff point where?
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Well, of course, you were. I didn't know. Oh, you weren't
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watching enough movies from the 30s. I'm not sure.
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Anyway, why this guy use it is weird to me.
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Glee, campaigned on getting rid of them campaigned on removing
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ridding public life of graft of the misappropriation of public
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funds, which was rampant in Ukraine, as elsewhere, many
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places in the east and Russia also, obviously. And then when
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he came to power, he continued this drive, however, it has
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taken on sort of extra crucial, vital urgency right now. And
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that is simply because he is in a battle to prove to the rest of
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the world a that Ukraine has shed its reputation as this as
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this sort of den of corruption rampant, widespread.
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Oh, wait a minute, I thought I'd never heard this. Since the war,
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the war. And he
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also has to convince at a time when the West is in danger of
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having war, fatigue, and perhaps not keeping the flow desperately
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says it needs coming. He has to prove that he's good for his
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money, he has to prove that if his Western benefactors and
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donors, his Western allies continue to send military aid,
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financial aid to the tune of 10s of billions of euros and
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dollars, that he's going to be good for it, that it's not going
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to just sort of vanish into the corrupt ethers of Ukraine's
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public life.
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So let's hang a couple of guys up, and that'll convince us so
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he has to prove that he's good for the money. He has to make
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sure that pipeline keeps going. And he has to prove because it's
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part of his EU accession talks. There was already a candidate to
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become an EU member. Okay. He
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says accession isn't extension. I'm sorry, ma'am. Maybe I'm just
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maybe it's just all me today. accession and
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it's the dirt which comes from the is derived from the word
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ascend.
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Well, there'll be ascension.
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That is what he said, because
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it's part of his EU accession talks tech session.
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I heard so he's got an extra year for someone.
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It's already a candidate to become an EU member. He has to
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prove that corruption is a big part of becoming a member Well
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corruption is a big part of becoming a member of the EU.
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Yeah.
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It's already a candidate to become an EU member. He has to
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prove that corruption is a big part of becoming a member of
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convincing the EU that
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Yeah, well he nailed it.
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He nailed it. No Listen, this guy's the best analysts in the
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world he went from a douche to they did my favorite. We can't
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wait to hear more from him. Speaking of graft Zelinsky is
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using his political power
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is a thinly veiled threat. The Ukrainian president warning
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against the participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes
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during the 2024 Olympics
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will do just over the moon MIMO as we
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prepare for the Paris Olympics, we must be sure that Russia will
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not be able to use it or any other international sports event
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to promote aggression
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that promotes state chauvinism. Just
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did we even have everyone participating in like during the
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war with a third way the 38 Berlin Olympics didn't Did we
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have a we have an Olympics during the world during World
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War Two.
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No, no that was before the
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38 was before well this is before the World War Three so
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well this is like who's this guy calling the shots for it's none
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of his business. What was Russia gonna do walk down there with a
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with a carrying sign saying screw Ukraine or know what I
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don't know what he's trying to say here.
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Zelinsky is not saying anything on his own behalf. This is about
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Macron because the Olympic Games are being held in front France.
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So I think this is to a noodle McCrone because he's he's he's
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got he's not exactly on the team
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to promote aggression.
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Yeah, and a couple of ways, but you don't Yes McCrone is not on
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the team and also, McCrone is not an idiot because they're
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gonna you know, those these Olympics bringing a lot of
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money. Yeah. And there's Russian money in these kinds of
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celebrations is way beyond the pale. They really know how to
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live it up. They spend money in France, exactly the most
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aggression,
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state chauvinism, just for who doesn't know Slovenia.
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Last week, the International Olympic Committee indicated that
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there could be room for Russian and Belarusian athletes to
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compete. Instead, it was necessary to explore a pathway
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for their participation under strict conditions. One of these
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is that they will not be allowed to represent their countries. A
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proposal that's failed to please either keep or Moscow.
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boisterous. I would like to underline once again that any
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attempts to squeeze Moscow out of international sports are
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doomed to
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fail. They're the Russian this box Hall lady this should be
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understood by those who say they stand for high moral principles
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and the separation of sport from politics or what file is.
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She appear to be taking a stab at French president Emmanuel
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Macron who in the lead up to the World Cup in Doha had called for
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not politicizing sports
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go well yeah, there you go. There you go. Ever everyone was
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oh no Doha to pay no attention to the killing of the gays.
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Don't politicize Doha. That's football. By the Olympics na
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McCrone under fire McCrone under fire, he's he's got some
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problems. Well, yeah, he does, you know, former Ukrainian
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president. What was his name? He was Poroshenko. Petro
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Poroshenko, was interviewed by the BBC.
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And it's been good.
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Yeah. Well, I have a very short snippet, but it kind of says it
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all. This is about the Minsk agreement.
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Oh, yes. The Minsk agreement was the which we didn't really
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discuss much but that came up as a kind of everybody signing on
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to this don't do any don't get carried away here. Let's sign
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off. And I think it was. I will see if he's, he's mentioned
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this. It was Angela Merkel. That wasn't necessarily on a hot mic,
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but it was on some podcasts or something. She says the whole
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Minsk agreement was a phony. It was just designed to keep
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everybody getting ready to you know, go after to set this this
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Russia Ukraine thing up.
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Oh, do we have a clip about that? Do you remember?
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A while back I look
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at I've missed update. Probably Newland. Minsk update. Let's see
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maybe Minsk update.
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Mass security forces have disrupted a demonstration by
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women and developers seeing capital Minsk. Now human rights
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groups that at least 15
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Newland towns touts US commitment to minks, Minsk
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agreements,
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that's probably worth playing whatever it is, okay,
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this is from this is from 2015. So this is after the my dogs
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I come after Sochi to make absolutely clear the US
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commitment to the full implementation of the Minsk
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agreements and to make clear that we are eager to deepen our
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involvement in helping the parties achieve full
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implementation.
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What you said about Merkel, though, that's a good one. I
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wish we could find that I don't see it but but Poroshenko
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completely to get up completely say again, what would you think
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it was that she said the idea was,
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is that the Minsk agreement was put together as a as a way to
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stall everything so everyone can get in position and get ready
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and start building up arms and do everything you have to do to
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get this conflagration underway. You had to stop everything
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first. So you sort of right like if the Russians had just had
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moved in, and they would have they were just taking the place
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over. So they had to create this phony baloney thing to stall the
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Russians. It was a stalling tactic.
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Former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.
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Documents give Ukraine eight years for building up army for
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building up economy and for building up Global Pro Ukrainian
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anti Putin coalition.
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There you go. Exactly right. We had eight years to get
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everything in place. Get some hate going on for Putin. Yeah,
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get those flags printed.
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And everyone knew about it, get the flags printed. And everybody
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knew about it. Everybody knew about it. No problem.
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They all did. According to according to Merkel, it was just
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a scheme to stall, stall the Russians or just put this
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situation in play. I think it didn't work out the way they
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hoped.
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No. And then all sudden, Boris Johnson's back on the scene.
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She's a chorus of Yeah. And he was also interviewed by the BBC.
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And he had to, I'm not quite sure why he's, he's floating
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around again, something must be up. Because otherwise you
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wouldn't see him. And the BBC interviewed him about Putin. And
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well, you know, Boris, you know, if he was threatened by Putin
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threatened by him,
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but he threatened me at one point and said, you know, Boris,
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I don't want to hurt you. But with a missile, it would only
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take a minute or something like that. You're jolly, Jolly, but
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from the very relaxed tone, that he was taking the sort of air of
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detachment that he seemed to have. But he was just playing
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along with my attempts to get him to negotiate. He's he's more
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it's up to you. You say that. Ukraine is not going to join
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NATO anytime soon. He said in English anytime soon. What is
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anytime soon? And I said, Well, it's not going to join NATO for
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the foreseeable future.
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Maybe that's what is out there to communicate that. Yeah, don't
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worry, Ukraine is not going to be part of the EU. When I said
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NATO was about No, NATO, I'm sorry, NATO. Yeah, that's that's
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not gonna happen. That would be insane. Although there's some
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crazy people out there. Very crazy. And they would
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the point of putting Ukraine into NATO for it, except to
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annoy Putin.
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Well, there's, there's so much going on at that point.
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What is the point?
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I don't know. But, but I know that the Finns Finland is really
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waiting and Sweden as well waiting to be accepted into
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NATO. But the problem is Turkey Turkey, a turkey is airborne
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specifically is refusing. You know, unless we unless a Finland
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does. Everyone has to do a couple of
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gifts, Finland and Sweden both you have to. Yeah. How about
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this first scenario? Because I didn't know there was a good
18:51
report on this the other day, and they had already once they
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know that they were not gonna let him join because of the
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decision that How about this? Because this seems to be a
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logical thing to do. Sweden and Finland don't want to join NATO.
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Oh, man, this the people do. The people are very afraid.
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Well, they can be as free as they want. But the powers that
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be especially in Sweden, they liked the idea of being neutral.
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They gave us a big advantage to it. It was good for them and
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world war two and get into that don't get involved. How about
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this? A third one? You got a little leverage here. We'll do
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your do your fabulous favor after this is all over veto it.
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Just don't let us join.
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Well, someone's saying that and
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well, that is Erna one. He's the one has vetoed it right now. No,
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but
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someone someone is saying veto it and that may not be Finland
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or Sweden. I don't think so. Finland. The Finns I talked to
19:51
which is not many are like they can't believe that this aihole
19:56
Air Dhawan is has not let them in yet. which I think would
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still not even if everyone's not gonna she's not going to do it.
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It was never the idea it makes no sense. What benefit do we
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have letting Finland in?
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There's no benefit nor Finland for anyone
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I'm sorry. There's no benefit this whole NATO thing is shipped
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by itself but
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but let's take it one step further the EU
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Yeah, the America is out the current regime and America is
20:26
out to get the EU. There's just it's so obvious. We're going to
20:30
screw you on technology. We're going to screw you screw you on
20:34
climate change subsidies so that you know, we have a much higher
20:37
competitive advantage. We're slowing down chip exports you
20:41
know, you can kind of go pound sand do your own thing. Lots of
20:46
stories in the Dutch press, about ASML the Dutch government
20:53
has restricted ASML as my SML from exporting technology to
20:58
China and without the lithography. It is very
21:02
complicated to keep up in the global chips race. And but no
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one it no one's explained why. You know, Ruto went to see Biden
21:11
and he got his marching orders not from Biden, I'm sure whoever
21:13
it was like now you got to slow that down. But now that company
21:17
has also like well, we need to run a predictable business. What
21:21
can't there's it's very shady, very cloudy, no one murky,
21:26
they get money under the table. We'll get must be you must be.
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Yeah. Don't worry about it. You'll be taken care of. Just do
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it.
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So everyone's always says you good day didn't want to do it.
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Everyone's messing with China. And then to the to the mess so
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much going on internationally to the all the way to
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international day. Yes. All the way to
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Brazil, where, you know, for whatever reason. It's like, hey,
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Brazil, can you help out with this Ukraine situation, and
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Lula, the criminal in charge like now a warm
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embrace and a cold shower the German Chancellor is trip to
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Brazil was more of a roller coaster ride than expected.
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Well, I've Schultz traveled to the South American country to
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welcome it and its new president back on the world stage after
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his predecessor, and alienated many of Brazil's western
22:18
partners. But it won't all be smooth sailing with Lula da
22:21
Silva either and he made that very clear, asked to provide
22:26
military support to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia's
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invasion, Lula said he doesn't want any involvement in the war.
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Instead, Lula said Brazil and China could play a role in peace
22:37
negotiations, oh shells was hoping to rally Lula support and
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providing ammunition for German maintains in Ukraine. The
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Brazilian President refused to sign with the West and
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reiterated that in his view, Russia and Ukraine were equally
22:52
to blame for the war.
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Now this will be interesting. We're getting set for the end of
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this thing. That's pretty obvious. It has to end you know,
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the we've said
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what has to end before we're supposedly going to ship them a
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bunch of art Abrams tanks?
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The tanks are before the F six teams. I mean, it's
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all boats. I mean, the F, the F 60s In May, it was probably they
23:15
can ship those sooner they can ship the tanks. But they're not
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going to ship the tanks. I don't think we're going to ship them
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any of this stuff.
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I was reading the the US Department of Defense. Public
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has an email list that you can
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listen to be on.
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Yes. But they basically send out all of their all the contracts
23:44
that you know, because you know, we just sent another $2 billion
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or something. I don't know. Yeah, I think we made it look
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probably looking for this email.
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It would day is Thursday. Yeah, probably for sure.
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Defense. Let me just see if I can find this. This email. Huh.
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So look for that. It's it's literally a half a billion
24:07
dollars for a maintenance contract. I'm sorry, I have $500
24:13
million. Yeah. $500 million. And then another one for $400
24:18
million, which was tendered via the Internet with one
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respondent.
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That's the thing that does a scandal with the Defense
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Department. They have these huge they let these contracts out.
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You have that you get that mailing. I get that mailing too,
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by the way. Yeah. And it's just loaded with just money. And you
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but but the Defense Department has set up the system over the
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last 20 or 30 years. So there's only one bidder on each one
24:46
because there's only one guy left. He bought all his
24:49
competition out. And so the one bidder can bid what you know,
24:52
I'll do it. He says next time can you put it in there, make it
24:56
650 Because, you know, electric Cash.
25:00
Oh here here it is I have it I found new I would find it. I
25:05
highlighted to Air Force ba ba Systems Technology Solutions and
25:11
Services Rockville, Maryland has been awarded $651,593,380 fixed
25:18
price level of effort level of effort contract modification to
25:25
previous to previously awarded contract with a number there for
25:28
sustaining engineering services. This contract provides for
25:32
services to support both the Minuteman three and the Sentinel
25:36
Systems Directorate to ensure the integration of current and
25:40
future hardware, software testing and modifications. Are
25:44
you kidding me? That sounds that sounds like a scam. Now let's go
25:48
to the army. Thank you is you're not allowed to do that anymore.
25:52
Up Badman up online. US Army General Dynamics Mission Systems
26:01
Inc, Scottsdale Arizona was awarded $481,578,860 hybrid cost
26:09
no fee cost plus fixed fee and firm fixed price. Contract for
26:15
sustainment of profit, enhance detecting systems. Plus, profit
26:22
PR o pH. e. T. So that's a process system bids were
26:26
solicited via the Internet with one received. Yeah, we are fools
26:33
man, we are full Yeah, we're in the wrong. I was definitely in
26:36
the wrong business. Is that is that kind of stuff? You know,
26:39
it's like, wow, this
26:41
is it's not even? I mean, it's not it's just yeah, they need to
26:46
audit the Pentagon. Oh,
26:49
please. We know that's not going to happen. Meanwhile, the
26:54
5000 IRS guys coming online, send them over there.
26:58
It's not that simple. You know, they can't hire at
27:02
me. They've got it to the point where it isn't that simple. It's
27:04
almost impossible. And you beautiful job of accounting
27:07
firms cannot even find one CPA per year. So they're hiring
27:13
monkeys, which is possible at the IRS? I don't think they can
27:16
they can hire that many people. I don't think they can. I don't
27:18
think so. Meanwhile, Russia and Russia military is now touting
27:23
and posting that they have 20,000 documents on us bio
27:27
warfare program running in Ukraine.
27:30
Yeah. I think this was part of the problem. Part of the reason
27:36
you think?
27:38
Did I say that? No,
27:39
I'm saying evening out the score today. Okay. Yeah, that is part
27:44
of the problem. And the more I the more I think about all this,
27:47
while Ma'am, you just got to think that we're complicit in
27:51
this whole COVID thing that that came out of us. But it was
27:55
I think it was it started with us and it ended up I don't know
27:59
how does story between it getting out of Fort Dietrich now
28:03
to me on is the story because I am understanding it went through
28:09
Canada. Oh,
28:13
wouldn't surprise me. No. So there's a thing about eggs.
28:18
Everyone's noticed the eggs. We have big egg producer egg farm
28:21
catching fire. There's a story out there that people believe
28:27
that the feed the chicken Yeah, he'd have clips, I have no
28:32
evidence. Well, there's there's a lot of people talking about
28:35
it. I have no evidence.
28:37
No, there's no evidence where this goes. Let me summarize. It
28:42
goes like this. To put a guy on YouTube or tic tac says, you
28:46
know, I've been feeding my chickens. This new does Purina
28:51
feed and they haven't laid an egg for a year. A whole year
28:55
this chicken has laid an egg and I got suspicious so I changed
28:58
the feed. And I gave him some of this into some of that now
29:02
they're laying every once a day just like usual,
29:04
which could just be a change of feed or I mean I want to believe
29:08
it but I think it gets much better with this report that is
29:12
now just circulating This is from PubMed. Let me see. It is a
29:18
looks like mainly Chinese researchers, but it's it's
29:22
published. I won't give away the title. It was published January
29:27
2021. Abstract. The SARS cov. Two virus is still spreading
29:32
worldwide, and there is an urgent need to effectively
29:35
prevent and control this pandemic. This study evaluated
29:40
the potential efficacy of egg yolk antibodies as a
29:44
neutralizing agent against SARS cov. Two we investigated the
29:48
neutralizing effect of anti spike s one IG Ys that's egg
29:53
yolk antibodies on the SARS cov two pseudo virus as well as its
29:57
inhibitory effect on the bindings of the Coronavirus,
30:01
Spike protein mutants to human AC e two, which as we know that
30:05
that receptor is a big part of people getting sick. Our results
30:09
show that the anti spike s one egg yolk antibody showed
30:14
significant neutralizing potency against SARS cov. Two pseudo
30:18
virus, very various spike protein mutants and even SARS
30:22
cov to in vitro, it might be a feasible tool for the prevention
30:26
and control of ongoing COVID-19. Now, we've got a conspiracy
30:31
theory.
30:33
That is beauty. Wow.
30:36
Now, now we've got a conspiracy theory.
30:39
Give me your 10 points for that. That Jim. Thank
30:42
you. I'll take I'll take 1.1 point. Isn't that cool?
30:45
And if you need to eat more eggs, oh, then get the book. Go
30:50
download the book for free. Which at too many eggs.com?
30:54
Am I saying? I have an egg story since eggs are going to be a
30:59
thing of the past. What
30:59
was the title of that thing? You said you didn't want to say what
31:01
it was because it would give it away? The title
31:03
is chicken egg yolk antibodies block the binding of multiple
31:07
SARS cov to spike protein Barians to Cuban AC E to
31:12
Yeah, that's great. That was get everybody's don't need to read
31:14
the report.
31:15
Yeah, but I just wanted to give you the abstract I got I got it.
31:18
I got it. A bunch of Chinese did that. So now that we have real
31:22
conspiracy theory makes nothing but sense that NPR is pushing
31:26
egg alternatives.
31:28
All kinds of egg alternatives have been cropping up that oh,
31:31
by
31:31
the way, if you're at NPR, and you're going to do a story about
31:35
eggs what is required of you as a quote unquote journalist.
31:41
But lots of funds, lots of puns.
31:45
Nothing worse than a pun report and report
31:48
all kinds of egg alternatives have been cropping up. Not only
31:51
freeze dried eggs, but also plant based egg products. Those
31:54
are usually soy or bean based liquids that kind of resembles
31:58
scrambled eggs when you cook them. For the first time last
32:01
year, plant based alternatives were cheaper than real eggs and
32:05
sales rose nearly 20% According to market research firm IRI I
32:10
mean, right now if you can make something that looks like an egg
32:13
tastes like an egg and cost less than an egg. Oh, you can make a
32:17
lot of money. Yeah. But those are some big IPs. So that a few
32:23
of my NPR colleagues together to try some of these egg
32:26
alternatives and see if anybody has cracked the code.
32:32
crack the code.
32:34
You're so good if anybody has cracked the code, so I scrambled
32:38
up some plant based eggs some dehydrated eggs and some regular
32:42
fresh eggs just little milk little butter little salt. I put
32:45
them into separate unlabeled dishes and serve them to our egg
32:49
lovers. So everybody likes the fresh eggs. Also mostly like the
32:54
dehydrated eggs flavorful sponge you know a little spongy. But
33:00
now for the big one the plant based eggs this one is super
33:03
interesting,
33:04
but it doesn't say so. Okay, maybe I'm wrong but that does
33:07
not taste like an egg
33:09
not just like potatoes it's messing with my head. Oh no, I'm
33:14
not loving these are like a little wetter to look a little
33:17
deer. So for the moment it seems like the real eggs habit but
33:21
science is moving fast the first plant based fried egg has been
33:25
developed by a startup in Israel and investors are pouring
33:28
billions of dollars and billions startups that are trying to
33:31
tackle the egg after all a prices stay high customers may
33:36
get really serious about looking for the exit
33:40
poll the eggs oh the
33:42
exit ways
33:44
but this is this is this is the trick. Ukraine was
33:47
exactly what you're talking about.
33:51
Exit Strategy. That's what that's what that book is it's a
33:55
divorce family exit strategy
33:58
exist.
34:00
So the idea is to make the real food expensive. And then of
34:05
course people are going to go to the cheap shed because they
34:08
don't they're missing they're uninformed. They don't know what
34:11
they're doing to their bodies it tastes tastes pretty good. Looks
34:14
the business got the texture Russia if it's got the right
34:17
same amount of protein but just eat those.
34:20
Yeah, that's the logic you actually nailed the logic. You
34:24
do go down the laundry list of wins got in it. And it tasted is
34:29
good. I can taste I don't know those were good. I'm assuming
34:33
the way they described him but tastes good. And it's got the
34:37
laundry List checkmark Okay, yeah, it's actually got more
34:40
protein and more vitamin C. And this will be better it's just
34:43
better and
34:44
as a bonus, you get less antibodies against COVID Yeah,
34:48
but honestly, it's just just when when when by the way the
34:51
lights are flickering here. That maybe that's what the explosion,
34:54
maybe some transformers blew. We have ice mageddon in Texas right
34:59
now. Well it today it's just lifted. Tina is on her way to
35:05
shy rack. She is going to see her, her sisters and her mom but
35:09
also she's doing a meet up tomorrow in Chicago by herself.
35:14
Interesting, the keeper meetup. But yeah, we've been basically
35:19
indoors for a full 48 hours not able to get out ice ice
35:23
everywhere on the roads. friend of hers was supposed to leave.
35:28
Tuesday, she was still staying here. She's also from Chicago
35:31
area. And she couldn't get we couldn't take her to the airport
35:36
for two days, so it's been anyway, Austin, of course. Power
35:42
outages everywhere because of the ice accumulating on the
35:44
lines and wouldn't you know it even in hill country, but after
35:49
purchasing my generator for this very situation, our lights and
35:55
power have not gone down once during this course.
35:58
That's the reason you bought it.
36:01
That's what I tell you about the reasons you buy it is the minute
36:03
you buy it, you never need it.
36:05
That's exactly right. It's like getting your car washed. Yeah,
36:08
it
36:08
rains. It always rains. Exactly, exactly.
36:11
But what you want is a way of getting it to rain. But I did
36:14
see the lights flicker for a moment. So that was a good
36:17
scenario kick in. Well, it won't
36:19
kick in before everything goes down.
36:22
Promise. Can you are you powering the how's your internet
36:25
powered? Who's that?
36:26
Wow, this is the good news. I have multiple internet
36:32
connection. So if spectrum doesn't come up, which is what
36:35
I'm using, I can easily use the Elan system which will be a
36:39
little less than ideal because there will be a delay. Yeah, but
36:44
I also have, I also have two hotspots, one for Verizon, one
36:47
for T Mobile. So hopefully those but if if all else fails, I can
36:51
use the Starlink. If all else fails,
36:56
we'll see that's the Elan system.
36:58
That's the Elan system so there wouldn't be a delay but we'd be
37:01
able to get the news out
37:03
in Port. way we'd handle it we do it like pros knowing there's
37:06
going to be a delay. Yeah, yeah, we just did. We would talk over
37:10
each other a bit like pros like pros been tight. Keep it tight.
37:14
Keep
37:14
it tight. Keep it tight, man. Keep it tight. All right, while
37:19
we're on bull crap, this cropped up and we've been doing this
37:23
show long enough that we have heard of this many times. Fox
37:26
health news, the US now has its first case of super gonorrhea.
37:31
Transmitted How many times have you heard super gonorrhea? How
37:34
many times have we heard
37:35
this is the third cycle it's gotta be in appears
37:38
to be resistant to five classes of antibiotics.
37:42
Joining us now is Dr. Robin Della Torre from NYU Langone
37:45
health doctor,
37:46
what can you tell us about this new strain. So we've now seen
37:50
two cases in the United States. Previously, we'd only seen these
37:53
in the Asia Pacific in the UK. And it's been termed super
37:56
gonorrhea because it's resistant to at least somewhat resistant
38:00
to at least five different types of antibiotics that we typically
38:02
use to treat Gonorrhea. And so these patients ended up having
38:06
to be treated with a very strong dose of subtraction, which is an
38:10
ID form of the antibiotic that we already give them. But it's
38:13
novel because it's showing what we're seeing in the world in
38:16
general that most bacteria are developing resistance to the
38:19
back to antibiotics we previously use. And we're seeing
38:23
an evolution of what we're calling superbugs. So it's quite
38:25
concerning, you know, right, this
38:26
has been discussed for years, the idea that we could
38:30
eventually get to this moment.
38:32
Now this is interesting. Did they say variant? Very variant
38:38
of this? What is it a virus now is gonorrhea virus what is
38:43
bacteria? Will they said variant? Did I not hear variant?
38:48
I don't? Didn't you hear me
38:49
go train? New strain. There you go. Can you tell us about this
38:54
new strain? Strain would be correct strain? Yeah. Okay.
38:58
Where do we go from here? Where do we go from here? It's a great
39:00
question. Oh,
39:03
where do we go from here?
39:05
It's a great question we have been using and in some cases of
39:08
using antibiotics for the last seven years. And this is again,
39:11
just a natural evolution of bacteria and viruses and other
39:14
infectious diseases they want to survive. And so what they're
39:17
going to do is form mutations that help them become resistant
39:20
to the things that we typically use to treat them. And so what
39:24
we're seeing now is that people who have standard infections
39:26
that we could have just given them oral or pill antibiotics at
39:29
home, we're going to have to treat them with IV antibiotics
39:32
or other or form new antibiotics. But you're
39:34
completely right. It's something that a lot of people are
39:36
scratching their heads about. It's a huge threat to global
39:38
health, and it's something that we need to address.
39:40
But how about stop screwing each other with gonorrhea?
39:47
Well, this has been a ongoing complaint long before the show
39:51
began 50 over 15 years ago, which is that these drug
39:55
companies have dropped the ball and there's lots of studies
39:59
about Why have they dropped the ball because of the expense on
40:02
developing new antibiotics? They just don't care. They'd rather
40:06
have boner pills or hair grow pills or, or things for restless
40:12
restless leg syndrome and all these crazy Lipitor and all
40:18
these other kinds of things rather than antibiotics,
40:21
antibiotics and a few people that were working on, I think
40:25
Abbott Labs that were Pfizer, one of the to shut down their
40:28
whole division that was working on antibiotics. Pfizer doesn't
40:32
need
40:32
except, except for the antivirals is what they're
40:35
working on like remdesivir.
40:38
Yeah, which is, which is useless. Yeah. Good. No good.
40:43
But the antibiotics are just getting the the short end of the
40:48
stick everywhere. And so does this kind of story crops up? I
40:52
think but
40:52
is isn't that isn't that dependent upon the individual
40:55
the individual resistance if you have had a lot of antibiotics as
41:00
a person, then you'll build up resistance. But just because
41:03
other people have done that, does that mean that the
41:05
antibiotics don't work on you either because the gonorrhea is
41:08
now supercharged
41:09
no I say it's a bit the bug itself. What happens is, the way
41:13
it's described is that some idiot has a regimen of having to
41:18
take this antibiotic for 10 days to kill the gonorrhea. He takes
41:23
it for eight days feels really good. stops taking the
41:26
antibiotic is very common stops taking the antibiotic there's a
41:29
couple of
41:30
right but then But then what happens to the but the the
41:33
gonorrhea changes and so on, since it's
41:35
he still had the gonorrhea and everage to say there's there's a
41:38
spectrum of gunner biology. of gonorrhea this I got million
41:44
gonorrhea bugs, and the antibiotics kill off 99.9% That
41:49
last few that are still left are have are still left because they
41:56
have natural resistance. But you've done a job you've
42:00
basically created a an evolutionary technique to build
42:05
those out. So you killed all the ones that aren't resistant, you
42:09
left the ones that are resistant alive, and they go on to to
42:15
regenerate and create the superbug
42:19
also known as the clap, drip, clap, drip. Oh, rockin the clap.
42:25
I'm just looking at the Urban Dictionary because this is old
42:28
school. Gonorrhea is old school did Jack Nice. Tinkler blue
42:33
nachos blue nachos. I'm looking for show titles. Blue nachos.
42:38
I don't know.
42:42
Little Nagios Nacho nachos Waka Flocka Flame. What is this?
42:48
Okay, well, there you go.
42:51
But meanwhile, no one's developing new antibiotics so
42:55
you can try it.
42:57
Now, it's possible that just isn't possible. That because of
43:02
over inoculation of, of certain so called vaccines that people's
43:10
immune systems are depleted as well. Oh,
43:12
that's it. That's a distinct possibility. Because this came
43:15
out fight off anything.
43:17
I don't know if you saw this a lot of people with a common
43:20
cold. Ah, now you're now you're cooking. Ms. NBC News model.
43:28
Yes. Is a good story. Yasmine Fusco Jiang What is her name
43:32
facade again for foster? OSS ough Iam that is not a TV name.
43:39
But you got to change that. Jasmine vos would have been good
43:42
but vasavi off you know she had a quite a story now it's a
43:47
little bit long glass and she had she had her doctor on for
43:51
another 10 minutes told her but I think it was just listened to
43:54
her story. She's recognizable. You see her like, oh, yeah, I've
43:57
seen her around. She looks also by the way that she kind of has
44:01
the ozempic face as well. I don't know that just may be Oh
44:04
coins. may just be coincidence, but let's have a listen to her
44:08
story.
44:09
Alright, welcome back, everybody. I know from my
44:11
Twitter feed, that many of you have wondered why I had been off
44:14
the air for a little while. Oh, you
44:16
know, no. didn't wonder at all. But
44:19
since you said she's not
44:21
interested, not for a second.
44:24
Well, I have been dealing with a little bit of a health scare.
44:27
20th I began to feel chest pains and they waxed and waned over a
44:31
period of 10 days
44:32
waxed and waned.
44:35
That's an interesting choice. You're undetermined today.
44:38
I know it's something's bugging me about language.
44:40
I wasn't quite sure what to make of it. But as they continued to
44:43
get worse, I started to think something was actually wrong. It
44:48
was December 30 When I finally went to an urgent care and was
44:51
told I had reflux, but didn't really buy it, but I was
44:56
relieved. It wasn't my heart. My body though, was pretty certain
45:00
not to believe the reflex the next day on December 31. What'd
45:04
you say your body was not to believe the reflux? I don't
45:07
know.
45:08
Well, you know, this is a this is classic. This is an example
45:12
of our health system goes God, I know it is going and she didn't
45:16
have reflux. So why do they say she did?
45:20
Yeah, good question. What kind of urgent care did she visit?
45:25
What is wrong with our health care? Do they not welcome that I
45:28
was really excited by it
45:30
wasn't my heart. My body though, was pretty certain not to
45:35
believe. The reflex. The next day on December 30. I woke up
45:39
with severe pains both in my chest and my left shoulder. And
45:42
it was like a tightening in my chest. And I took deep breaths
45:46
that got worse when I was laying flat. I knew enough at that
45:49
moment to understand that it could mean could is the key word
45:53
here that I use could the key word having a heart attack,
45:56
especially because it's happening the left part of my
45:58
shoulder? I want to remind I was gonna
46:00
respond to that. But then I just realized how stupid she sounds.
46:04
What is the point of saying that code is the key word. I'm just
46:07
trying to deconstruct this. Obviously, she's lying. She's
46:11
lying. That she really is all that all she thought about was,
46:16
well, what could this be? What has changed in my life? They
46:20
might I'm just gonna guess she's around 40. What has changed in
46:24
my life recently that might give me some kind of weird physical
46:28
attributes that I'm not used to. It could be anything.
46:32
And you enough at that moment to understand that it could mean
46:36
could is the key word here that I was having a heart attack,
46:38
especially because it was happening the left part of my
46:40
shoulder. I want to remind you I run seven miles three to four
46:44
times a week where I did
46:45
and I just stopped doing that right away, lady. That's
46:48
unhealthy yoga.
46:49
I don't eat meat. I don't smoke.
46:51
Oh, she doesn't eat meat.
46:54
A lot of enzymes. Yes. Okay, so
46:57
there's party of
46:58
remind you I run seven miles three to four times a week where
47:01
I did and I do yoga. I don't eat meat. I don't smoke. I drink
47:06
occasionally. Not right now though. My doctor tells me I
47:08
can't aside from probably not getting enough sleep and working
47:11
too much.
47:12
Isn't alcohol actually supposed to be reasonably good? For your
47:16
heart for your circulation?
47:18
I mean, this is you know, it turns out it seems to me Yeah,
47:22
dad. No, we're not talking to the agent. We're not doctors.
47:24
We're not doctors. Through the ages. I've noticed something
47:28
that through the ages. And this goes way back. Doctors always
47:33
say don't drink. It's just like a rule. Just don't drink don't
47:38
drink. I don't know why they say it because there's lots of
47:41
evidence that says it's probably good for you in certain
47:43
situations. But they just say it it's just like don't edit your
47:47
reminds me that shoot that scene in the movie. Why take a chance
47:51
the
47:52
doctor tells me I can't aside from probably not getting enough
47:55
sleep and working too much. I'm a pretty healthy person. But on
47:58
that day, I was anything but my husband drugged me to the
48:01
emergency room. And from there the nightmare that has been my
48:04
January began. I was diagnosed with terror carditis the lining
48:08
of my heart brought on by a virus a literal common cold.
48:14
Yeah. Okay, so that was a diagnosis a literal virus. It
48:19
was just the common cold.
48:23
Common Cold,
48:24
by the way. By the way, I'm not going to dispute that it was the
48:27
common cold. I'm sure it was, but I think she's hurt. She's
48:32
boosted her immune system to crap. Let's continue.
48:35
I also had fluid around my heart that had to be drained or else
48:39
it could hinder the beating of my heart. I was hospitalized for
48:42
four nights and transferred from a local hospital to NYU Langone
48:45
here in New York City. On January 4, I was finally
48:49
discharged after doctors drained the fluid around my heart and I
48:52
bounced out of the hospital I couldn't get out of there fast
48:54
enough with the hopes I was on the mend but wait that that was
48:57
not the end there's more days later I was admitted when I felt
49:01
a flutter in my heart like a butterfly. It was in my side my
49:05
wonderful determined I had developed myocardial
49:08
inflammation Oh, the actual heart now the heart muscle. I
49:14
remember being shepherded through the emergency room I'm
49:15
wondering is it said it wasn't thank God instead I spent five
49:20
more days in the hospital where they ran a battery of tests just
49:23
my meds and made sure nothing else was fueling what was
49:26
happening and in fact in the end they were kind of wonder
49:29
what kind of meds she had to be adjusted because she clearly she
49:34
got some med
49:35
was still just the cold that was doing all of this that had
49:39
caused all of this inflammation in and around my heart. Okay,
49:44
so this is this is where I mean who knows what it was or what
49:50
I'm hearing is malnourished because she doesn't eat meat.
49:53
This is my personal I'm not a doctor. I'm just what I'm
49:55
thinking. But also it's the cold is not the problem. The cold is
50:00
her immune system and her doctor will actually confirm this.
50:05
Since then
50:05
this thing has continued to wax and wane. I'm on the men's and
50:10
on the other side now, but we'll be on medication for some time
50:13
to come. It's not the most fun. But alas, I am getting older.
50:17
And I need to admit that one man who has helped me through all of
50:21
that, and shepherd me through my ups and downs and my emotions,
50:24
and my families as well is my cardiologist Dr. Greg Katz. And
50:28
he joins me now.
50:29
Yeah, of course, it's almost over. Yeah.
50:32
But I want to hear the cardiologist. But what your
50:35
channel was just Where'd you get this? I mean, I know about this.
50:38
This
50:38
was and this was on MSNBC. This is on her own. This was
50:41
on the air. Yes. So instead of giving us News Analysis, or
50:47
anything that might be of interest, we have to listen to
50:50
this woman's woes.
50:52
Isn't it always frowned upon to make yourself part of the story
50:57
as easily Yeah. Yeah, well, this clearly had to be some. I mean,
51:04
she's just not that interest. So so
51:05
it this sounds more like to me like you're just doing a little
51:08
MSNBC messaging bit. Because of the myocarditis. Again, we
51:13
mentioned this before, something we've never heard of, you know,
51:18
for 1015 years as a common ailment, which is now seems to
51:22
be a common ailment amongst everyone who's taken Oh, I'm
51:26
sorry, just coincidentally taking the vaccine. And now we
51:31
have to endure listening to this nonsense. I shouldn't be saying
51:36
that. But about the common cold. Now, all of a sudden out of the
51:41
blue causing this ailment which we've never heard of for 15
51:45
years.
51:46
Yeah, and this I'm not railing on anyone who, who accepted the
51:50
vaccine into their life. But let's just be honest, I think
51:54
that MSNBC I'm sure they they've all had four shots just to
51:58
comply, keep your job to comply to keeping your job, which maybe
52:02
she didn't even want to do that. But it's to me, it's awkward to
52:05
listen to her surgeon or cardiologist I'm sorry, who by
52:08
the way, has a weird guttural tic when he starts to lie
52:11
was one man who has helped me through all of it and shepherd
52:14
me through my ups and downs, and my emotions, and my families as
52:18
well is my cardiologist Dr. Greg Katz. And he joins me now.
52:23
Because Supposedly, this happens, and it seems to be
52:25
happening a lot these days. It's great to see you outside the
52:29
hospital,
52:30
by the way, so nice to not have an EKG in front of me to be
52:33
nervous about how it's gonna look. Exactly.
52:34
And me not crying in front of you. What happened? How does
52:39
everybody asks me, how does it cold, go to your heart.
52:43
So it's not so much the cold itself that's going to your
52:47
heart, it's the way your body's responding to the colds and your
52:50
immune system, for most of us just takes a couple of days to
52:54
clear the virus. And we have the standard runny nose, sore
52:57
throat, that kind of stuff, and it's self limited and it goes
53:00
away. But for a small proportion of people, they get an
53:03
overactive immune response. And they can have inflammation in
53:07
lots of different areas and inflammation of the SAC around
53:10
the heart pericarditis, like you first we're dealing with is an
53:13
unfortunate that we see
53:15
sometimes them then he says, Oh, this is like pericarditis, you
53:19
know, that's happening. You listen to it almost chokes on to
53:22
whatever's going on there
53:24
now of inflammation in lots of different areas. And
53:27
inflammation of the SAC around the heart pericarditis, like you
53:29
first were dealing with is an unfortunate thing that we see
53:33
sometimes we've been seeing them a little bit more this year than
53:36
than other years. But it's it's not unheard of. It's rare, but
53:39
it's it's not the rarest.
53:41
So to me, and they go on, they really they wax on and wax off
53:46
for another six, seven minutes. She her immune system is not
53:50
functioning because you really just need to get a little drippy
53:52
nose and some sinus issues and it just didn't work. And he's
53:56
saying well, it's it's up a little bit this year. And he
53:58
knows we've never heard of this at all man. I'm concerned about
54:06
our medical advisors.
54:08
Well, the medical system is really got to do something to
54:12
pull themselves out of his deep dive.
54:15
Yeah, if possible at all. Meanwhile, though, we're
54:20
transitioning. We're transitioning your COVID COVID
54:24
is over the pandemic is over COVID is over. I mean, may
54:28
officially, which I think is a World Health Organization
54:31
guideline. In fact, I'm sure it is and Dr. Jen Ashton over at
54:35
ABC. Good Morning America. She will explain we are at
54:38
a transition point in the global pandemic, at least according to
54:41
the World Health Organization. Dr. Jen joining us to tell us
54:44
more about that. What does that mean
54:45
is that so we're hearing you know, remember in terms of
54:48
public health here we have the World Health Organization who
54:50
makes their statements you know, literally with the globe and the
54:54
global population in mind. And then we have here, the
54:57
president, the Department of Health and you I'm in services,
55:00
the CDC, the FDA, and yesterday, we're hearing the World Health
55:05
Organization really saying that we're at an inflection point
55:08
here in this pandemic. Remember, we're in
55:10
what I'm hearing now that I hear this for the third time. I think
55:14
she's kind of saying, you know, we have so many different
55:17
organizations here. And everyone has a different opinion than the
55:20
President. It was weird that the President said it's over. But
55:23
we'll wait until May. Maybe she's trying to push the World
55:28
Health Organization as being the authority, which is that's the
55:31
plan for sure. With the with the big, you know, the Global Health
55:35
Treaty, which has not been ratified yet, but I'm sure will
55:38
from yesterday, we're hearing the World Health Organization
55:41
really saying that we're at an inflection point here. In this
55:43
pandemic, remember, we're in year three, or beginning of year
55:48
four, depending on how you want to look at it. And here in this
55:51
country, we're seeing and hearing that it will no longer
55:54
be as of May meeting criteria for a public health emergency.
55:58
So what does that mean? Really, for the individual, it doesn't
56:02
mean that much. It's really an economic designation, meaning
56:07
that certain things may not be paid for by the Government. So
56:10
yes, that can trickle down and affect each of us individually.
56:13
But things like tests, or vaccines, we might see, guess
56:17
what, they're not free anymore. So if you want treatment, or
56:20
testing or vaccination, you might have to pay for it. But
56:23
largely, this is a terminology kind of milestone for us. In
56:28
terms of our day to day life. COVID is not going anywhere. So
56:31
we will continue to have to live with it. Hmm, maybe this is just
56:36
not quite the way. It was explained by our favorites at
56:40
NTD.
56:41
Oh, do you have an example of what NTD had to say about that?
56:46
Yeah, COVID emergencies laws ending
56:48
president says it's time to wind down on treating COVID 19 as an
56:53
emergency. And House Republicans pushed a bill today to
56:56
immediately end the national emergency, which has gone on for
57:00
nearly three years. Now. Here's NTDs Molina Weiss cup from
57:04
Capitol Hill with more.
57:07
The Biden administration announced they'll allow the
57:09
pandemic emergency declarations to end four months from now in
57:13
May. Now what this will do is it will eliminate the executive
57:17
branch's powers that they currently have in dealing with
57:19
the pandemic such as their ability to suspend student loan
57:23
repayments as well as in the flexibility with regards to
57:26
reporting in the healthcare arena. Republicans today noting
57:30
the timing of the White House's announcement,
57:32
and we are moving the federal government away from its
57:35
perpetual COVID state, giving healthcare workers more freedom
57:39
and forcing career bureaucrats to start showing up for work
57:43
again. By the way, I don't know if anyone noticed. But the White
57:47
House is now responding directly to the House Republicans
57:51
and Republicans say this is long overdue, pointing to a comment
57:55
that President Biden made back in September when he said that
57:57
the pandemic is over. But despite those comments, the
58:00
administration says there needs to be a phased out approach when
58:04
ending this public health emergency, which is the same
58:07
message that we're hearing from House Democrats. Here's how the
58:10
House Democratic Caucus Chairman responded when I asked him about
58:13
the issue earlier.
58:14
We understand that some proposals that they could be
58:17
pushing could increase the cost of the vaccine. Yeah, we want to
58:21
make sure that testing is available through insurance
58:24
programs. Those are the types of things that we're concerned
58:26
about. It's about how this policy affects our community.
58:30
And in
58:30
addition to this bill that went into the public health emergency
58:33
immediately, House Republicans also pushed a few other pandemic
58:37
related bills today, one would end telework for federal
58:40
employees, the other would end vaccine mandates for health care
58:44
workers.
58:45
Yeah. Okay. Thank you, NTD. So the idea is, let's get some
58:50
bills out there. We still need to have the pharmaceutical
58:52
industry wants to be paid. We've got to get some more. How about
58:57
this? I'm just going to say between now and May we'll have a
59:00
bill that will probably be in the half a trillion dollar range
59:04
that will include a lot of money for Pfizer, moderna, etc. And
59:09
they know yes,
59:10
yeah, I'm not gonna argue that this obviously is a scam going
59:14
on. But the Republicans seem to want to end it and the Democrats
59:17
want to go along with the ah, who guess with the May ending.
59:21
And I think there's something to the fact that Biden wants to
59:25
push it to the WHO ending and the Republicans are trying to
59:30
keep them from doing that. It just seems to be something else
59:33
in play. Like, I think what you mentioned earlier, which was
59:37
giving the WHO more power and the Democrats are willing to do
59:40
that, because that's what they need to remit. That's what
59:42
they need to do. They may spend the next you know, three months
59:46
arguing over the global world health organization health
59:50
Treaty, which we've I think we've already signed it just
59:52
hasn't been ratified. And that gives the World Health
59:56
Organization incredible power. Yeah, maybe Gen X. Give us a
1:00:00
little tip of what's happening. But is it safe to say that some
1:00:03
people may start to let their guard down? Say it's over
1:00:06
when they hear this? Absolutely. And that's why the messaging of
1:00:09
public health information medicine, science is so vitally
1:00:12
important. There is pandemic fatigue, psychologically, we're
1:00:16
all tired of it. So when you hear this, it could be easy for
1:00:19
some people to say, Oh, good, it's in the rearview mirror. But
1:00:22
unfortunately, there are still people right this moment losing
1:00:25
their lives due to complications of COVID 19. So I think it's
1:00:29
here to stay for a while right.
1:00:31
Here to Stay for a while. Yeah, well, here's some messaging
1:00:36
Damar Hamblin lives. What is he messaging next Buffalo Bills,
1:00:39
playa Tamar Hamlin has a new mission. Weeks after suffering
1:00:42
cardiac arrest on the field. He's challenging people to learn
1:00:44
CPR.
1:00:46
I'm proud to announce that I'm partnering with the American
1:00:49
Heart Association and kicking off tomorrow Hamlin street from
1:00:51
our CPR challenge to kick things off. I'm challenging. LeBron
1:00:55
James, Tom Brady and Michelle Obama. You've all been
1:00:58
challenged. Hamlet said he's eager to give back after medics
1:01:01
saved his life to
1:01:03
the ice bucket. So
1:01:06
Ice Bucket Challenge. Oh, I forgot all about that.
1:01:09
Yeah, don't forget about the ice bucket. So this was interesting,
1:01:14
because there's a big scandal you know, is this guy you know,
1:01:17
is this guy really? Ability to get around? He was at the
1:01:21
Buffalo Bills game, supposedly this last weekend. Yeah. And
1:01:26
they showed him up in the in the booth owners booth with his
1:01:30
hoodie on his face. No, I know. He's wearing a hoodie. And then
1:01:34
they show him leaving the facility with a hoodie over his
1:01:38
head in a wheelchair. They're reeling him out. You still can't
1:01:40
see his face. Oh, his Greg, what's that all about? Or who?
1:01:43
Are they kidding? He wasn't there.
1:01:46
I don't know. I mean, it's I would say a lot of quest point.
1:01:51
Rating shark
1:01:52
rating by the way, they lost they lost that game. He didn't
1:01:56
charge of the team at all because I think the team looked
1:01:58
up there and said, Oh my God, this guy. That's not him.
1:02:01
He's dead.
1:02:04
Yes, I'm like,
1:02:05
I'm getting nothing but this is Photoshop.
1:02:08
This is deep fake. He's dead. He's dead.
1:02:13
I doubt if he's dead either at all, but he's not doing you know
1:02:17
these things that they say he's doing and he wasn't at that game
1:02:20
and I think the team knew it. It was depressing to him. I think
1:02:23
it backfired they lost that game.
1:02:25
By the way, I'd like to point out that the Eagles are in the
1:02:29
Super Bowl as I predicted.
1:02:31
Yes, you're right on the money on this with your crackpot
1:02:35
theory, science brother, because it doesn't hurt help. It helped
1:02:39
the Eagles quite a bit when they knocked out our quarterback in
1:02:42
the first series in the game the whole beginning of the game.
1:02:45
Was this our quarterback business. You vote for the team
1:02:49
you vote. You vote for the winner stop you don't vote for
1:02:52
it. Watch the game that's
1:02:53
the point. You're a fair weather fan as I am a fair weather fan
1:02:57
but I still have I like to see a good game
1:03:01
Yes, yes yes yes. Yes. Now what else you got you got to think in
1:03:06
this health of business or should we move on
1:03:09
I got some claim and
1:03:11
lots of climate if you want climate
1:03:16
you guys are pro life activist that was her right there was
1:03:20
released as none of that means anything that was that
1:03:22
was wearing the beanies in the in Walmart or whatever it was. I
1:03:26
was
1:03:27
like, No, I don't think it was
1:03:30
pro life activists. Activist harasser she was his
1:03:34
pro like life activist, Mark help was found not guilty on
1:03:38
federal charges of assault on an abortion clinic escort. Hawk was
1:03:43
arrested in 2022 after the FBI raided his home. And TDs Arlene
1:03:48
Richards reports. Relief. overjoyed. Blessed
1:03:53
that's Mark Hogg a pro live counselor celebrating his
1:03:56
acquittal on federal charges of assault under the freedom of
1:03:59
access to clinic entrances or face act because attorney Peter
1:04:03
Breen explained to NTD in a previous interview, what the act
1:04:07
is and why how he was arrested.
1:04:09
We have two counts under the freedom of access to clinic
1:04:12
entrance is at the face x as we call it, and that's about it was
1:04:17
put in place back in 1984 to stop the blockades of abortion
1:04:21
clinics.
1:04:21
How I was accused by the Department of Justice of
1:04:24
assaulting an abortion advocate just outside the clinic door
1:04:27
Mark and his then 12 year old sons were away from the entrance
1:04:31
to the abortion clinic and the abortion escort who claims to be
1:04:35
the victim. A 72 year old man went to them. There were no
1:04:39
patients around. He went to them and plopped right next to the
1:04:42
sun and started harassing. A 72 year old man should know better.
1:04:48
And then an altercation ensued.
1:04:50
The Philadelphia da declined to prosecute and a state court
1:04:54
dismissed a civil complaint Breen told NTD the alleged
1:04:57
victim didn't show up in court. So the matter should have ended.
1:05:01
But then the FBI raided hawks home and arrested him on federal
1:05:05
charges. On Monday, Breen gave reporters his take on why the
1:05:09
FBI got involved
1:05:11
from day one. This case has been an intimidation tactic by the
1:05:16
department justice mark, truly innocent of these charges. This
1:05:21
matter is one thing. Never should have gotten the attention
1:05:25
of the department justice.
1:05:27
House attorneys argued this was a First Amendment case while the
1:05:30
DOJ maintained how violated the face act.
1:05:34
This was about the First Amendment in that mark, every
1:05:37
sidewalk counselor in this country has an equal right to be
1:05:40
there on that sidewalk. Offer assistance offer alternatives to
1:05:44
folks. The jury returned a verdict in one hour and TD
1:05:48
reached out to the Justice Department and asked for their
1:05:50
take on this case. And whether or not the jury returned the
1:05:54
right verdict. So far, we haven't gotten a response, man.
1:05:58
Was I supposed to learn something from that?
1:06:00
Yeah, the FBI is targeting people. And that's where it
1:06:04
leads me to a series of clips. Uh huh. There's no reason to
1:06:09
like go to this guy. You raid the guy's house. What's the FBI
1:06:12
got to do with some one guy protesting at a bet an abortion
1:06:16
the
1:06:16
FBI or the FBI is clearly an enforcement arm of the
1:06:21
intelligence community which appear to run everything.
1:06:26
Well, now you'll laugh what I'm gonna say next. Okay, well, the
1:06:31
Republicans are going to put a stop to that. Oh,
1:06:33
right. Yes, we're gonna have a church like committee will end
1:06:38
all this. No people. No, the biggest distraction of your life
1:06:42
is coming down right now. And it's the Republicans in in, in
1:06:47
the House of Representatives who had a majority of
1:06:50
something. Oh, yeah. It's gonna be some clips to be had. All
1:06:53
right. Yeah. Well, that's true. That's government targets. One
1:06:57
and the house is new select Subcommittee on the
1:07:00
weaponization of the federal government is kicking into
1:07:03
action.
1:07:03
This is just want to say this is what every everyone who has a
1:07:08
podcast is talking about this. It's
1:07:12
about the way we're talking about No, correct.
1:07:15
And I just would like to point out that the Twitter files,
1:07:19
which is sure just a little piece of information, Mattei,
1:07:22
Eb, all all these people are willful, I won't say idiots
1:07:27
because
1:07:27
they're actually quite useful idiots use it because himself
1:07:31
he is a useful idiot. Because this is I dare I use the term.
1:07:35
This is all a limited Hangout, because people who already
1:07:39
believe Yeah, people had since it's a term, it's like, it makes
1:07:43
you sound like you know what you're talking about. It's being
1:07:47
used to for people who already know that the FBI is corrupt and
1:07:51
the whole the whole world has gone crazy upside down. It's
1:07:54
confirmation so you can go see I told you and and you can be
1:08:00
targeted as a nut job by the media, because the media is the
1:08:04
only person reporting on it is Tucker Carlson. You should go
1:08:07
look at which is he's a racist. He's as massage. He's a puppet
1:08:13
for Putin, whatever it is people's
1:08:15
button for a puppet of puppets for Putin up toughen for Putin
1:08:20
and just to see how it works. Watch Tucker Carlson show keep
1:08:25
it on then watch Sean Hannity say nothing. What Sean Hannity
1:08:29
go and talk about this panel. Boy, we're gonna get him we're
1:08:33
gonna get him. It's it's, it might as well would not have
1:08:37
happened was a Tina's friend got about the same age. They they
1:08:44
were they were Tara twins in Chicago together. And she's not
1:08:48
quite as right. And as we are, of course, because that that's
1:08:51
what we do all day long. And she said, you know, and she, she's
1:08:55
all about health. And she really liked reading Dr. Mercola, and
1:08:58
said it was weird, because Dr. Mercola I couldn't I couldn't
1:09:02
find him anymore. He was gone for a while. I didn't know what
1:09:04
happened to him. So we know that he was at the top of the list of
1:09:08
the disinfo doesn't it was D platformed. From everywhere, but
1:09:11
most people in life, but most people I couldn't find him. They
1:09:16
have no idea that
1:09:17
that dead falls back on that clip, we played the censorship
1:09:21
of the censorship clip where this guy made the observation
1:09:26
that the censorship itself is being censored. And so you ended
1:09:30
up with people like that saying, Oh, no, you know that not
1:09:34
realizing that this was going on which I find to be the most
1:09:37
fascinating thing because it's really it worked as this
1:09:43
censorship that's where you that's how that's how you make
1:09:45
hay.
1:09:46
And most people were just so got so tired of it all that they've
1:09:52
tuned out. So yeah, you know, pick up the People Magazine,
1:09:56
maybe USA Today might might catch a headline but a real
1:10:00
really not interested anymore and so then you know when things
1:10:03
go away there's like I don't know it's like what Newsmax are
1:10:06
kind of like watching Newsmax they can't find them anymore no
1:10:10
no they've also everyone's everything's been D platform. So
1:10:14
what this results in is just fodder for for podcasts about
1:10:20
our law can you believe why cabinet
1:10:25
Well, this will give you all the background you need these these
1:10:28
clips. Alright, let's get to it. Get it out of the way.
1:10:32
We'll start Yeah, we'll start over
1:10:33
the house is new select Subcommittee on the
1:10:35
weaponization of the federal government is kicking into
1:10:38
action, reportedly sending letters this past Friday to five
1:10:42
subjects who may also be subpoenaed. If they're
1:10:44
unresponsive. The panel says it will investigate potential
1:10:48
misconduct by the FBI Justice Department and the intelligence
1:10:52
community among others. Earlier today, I spoke with Attorney and
1:10:56
former Assistant Attorney General at the Justice
1:10:58
Department, Jeffrey Clark for his thoughts right Jeff? Jeffrey
1:11:03
Clark, welcome to our show. Thanks. So
1:11:05
what's the point of that effect? I'm sorry, NTD. Hey, I know
1:11:10
spice it up. We're gonna spice up our coverage with some sound.
1:11:13
Yeah, by the way, I will mention that I usually take those out
1:11:17
because you got enough bitching and moaning about it and TD
1:11:20
because you hate them. You hate that I
1:11:22
do kind of
1:11:23
and I usually take those little swishes out, but that one I for
1:11:29
some reason. I heard it when I was editing. Thank you.
1:11:35
I appreciate it. But the Justice Department, Jeffrey Clark for
1:11:39
his thoughts. Jeffrey Clark, welcome to our show. Thanks so
1:11:43
much for joining us.
1:11:45
Well, it's great to be here. Thanks for having me. Now,
1:11:48
I knew how subcommittee is investigating what they say is a
1:11:50
concerted effort by the government to cancel
1:11:53
conservatives. They and many others say Americans are feeling
1:11:57
targeted. What are your thoughts on this?
1:12:00
Well, look, I think it's very target rich environment to key
1:12:04
off of your word. I mean, there's so many things that the
1:12:07
new weaponization subcommittee that we called for here at the
1:12:11
Center for renewing America. You know, could look into I can just
1:12:16
you know, tick off several quickly, you know, the Twitter
1:12:20
files that the Biden documents, the MAR a Lago Raiders compared
1:12:25
to the Biden documents, Yes, Tim Tebow the FBI whistleblowers,
1:12:31
you know, parents being targeted and harassed. Mark Hulk, the
1:12:36
anti abortion prayer warrior being targeted and then
1:12:39
acquitted. I mean, just so many things that could be examined.
1:12:43
Ah,
1:12:43
Dow. Yes. And it's all it's all just trolling. It's all it's
1:12:48
gaslighting. Almost.
1:12:51
Here's the thing. What do you mean what what is the Tim Tebow
1:12:54
thing?
1:12:58
I don't know. I don't know about the Tim Tebow thing that's old
1:13:01
is
1:13:01
mentioned specifically Tim Tebow in that laundry list.
1:13:04
But it is Yes, I heard that. But isn't that old was not because
1:13:07
he's. He's a Christian and he talked about it. I
1:13:13
don't think so. I mean, that
1:13:16
that was that was that's not that was the that was the
1:13:18
controversy over him? I don't think so. I think so.
1:13:24
Well, somebody in the
1:13:31
room is useless. Phoebe. Tech dog back in the background.
1:13:37
Sounds terrific by the wind. Yeah, I have the deep EQ. Okay,
1:13:41
I asked the AI. Here's the AI Hold on a second. I asked what
1:13:45
was the Tim Tebow controversy? Come on AI and IBO scheme. Tim
1:13:50
Tebow has been the subject of controversy since his college
1:13:53
days due to his well liked and disliked reputation as well as
1:13:56
his story about faith and perseverance. Yes, this is a
1:14:00
faith issue. The debate surrounding Tebow is not just
1:14:04
about him, but about people and religion in sports, which
1:14:07
supporters and detractors alike reacting to criticism as an
1:14:11
indictment of religion. Yes, it was. It was him praying on the
1:14:16
field or something like that? Yes. This is what it was about.
1:14:20
It goes back for decades.
1:14:21
I know it does. I know it does. Clip to D is an old school.
1:14:28
They're they're reporting on decades ago, you should stop
1:14:31
this outfit.
1:14:31
And like you mentioned, the subcommittee says it will
1:14:34
examine ways that the FBI, DOJ and homeland security may have
1:14:38
been weaponized against Americans. But also the agency's
1:14:41
possible neglect for it
1:14:43
was you killed by friendly fire? That was not the issue. Was that
1:14:46
Tim Tebow?
1:14:48
No, no, that's the guy Pat watch.
1:14:51
Shut up trolls
1:14:52
poll and probing the Hunter Biden laptop story. What are
1:14:56
your concerns in regards to that?
1:14:58
Well, look, I mean, look Hunter Biden laptop has been over at
1:15:02
DOJ at Bill bars, DOJ no less, you know, in which I served
1:15:07
since 2019. So you know that that's something that should
1:15:12
have been looked at a lot harder and a lot faster. And we may be
1:15:16
seeing that the Biden documents scandal, which recently emerged
1:15:22
on January 9, that that really does trace back to
1:15:26
investigations into the Hunter Biden laptop. That's not clear
1:15:30
at this point. But there was just breaking news before you
1:15:33
began this interview, that CBS News had learned that actually
1:15:38
the Justice Department searched the Biden Pen Center in quote,
1:15:42
unquote, mid November, and what is mid November? I mean, you
1:15:47
know, it's after November 2, which we're told is when you
1:15:51
know, Biden's people off themselves found documents at
1:15:55
the Biden Pen Center, but was it before the election or after the
1:15:58
election? And why is it such you know, vague terminology about
1:16:02
mid November seems odd?
1:16:04
And you've said that you think this issue with Biden's
1:16:07
classified documents could be his undoing? What do you think
1:16:10
about the timing there? And if there's any Oh, come on, around
1:16:15
what they're saying this
1:16:16
guy is no better than than pool boy. We are. Oh, yeah. The
1:16:21
coincidental timing. I've read in front of documents November,
1:16:25
what happened in November? Come on, man, you're gonna give me
1:16:28
six minutes of this better, a better get better and clip three
1:16:31
li gets really good. Okay. Well,
1:16:33
I think we've begun to see that there are even you know, former
1:16:38
officials, advisors affiliated with the Clinton administration,
1:16:41
like David Gergen and Dick Morris, who started to realize
1:16:45
how serious this is for the Biden administration. We've seen
1:16:50
Ron Klain that make good his exit as the White House Chief of
1:16:54
Staff. So that, you know, he can plausibly claim that he had
1:16:58
nothing to do with this issue, and that this is a mess that
1:17:01
emerged later in the in the Biden administration. I think
1:17:04
it's very dangerous for them. You know, you certainly don't
1:17:08
want to be going into a presidential campaign with a
1:17:11
special counsel having been newly appointed to, to look
1:17:15
into, you know, an issue that you've had, that stretches back
1:17:18
far longer than the Trump documents, you know, stretches
1:17:21
back now, not just to the Biden vice presidency, went to Biden's
1:17:26
time in the Senate based on documents that were found in his
1:17:28
Wilmington home, as the reporting is shown.
1:17:32
And coming back to this subcommittee,
1:17:35
before we go back to the subcommittee in this riveting
1:17:37
interview 15 seconds of Ron Klain, and it's goodbye speech
1:17:44
at the White House.
1:17:46
I learned everything I know about how to be a good father
1:17:49
from Joe Biden. He is the best father I know. And the best role
1:17:53
model I know. And along the way, he's taught me a thing or two
1:17:58
about politics and policy as well.
1:18:01
Man that crying that he does there that's like almost it's
1:18:04
like a eulogy. Wow, wow. Yes. Wow.
1:18:11
I'm kidding. I'm.
1:18:14
Seriously listen to no joke. No joke, man. Listen to this. This
1:18:17
crying again. At the beginning.
1:18:18
I learned everything I know about how to be a good father
1:18:21
from Joe Biden. He is the best father I know. And the best role
1:18:25
model I know
1:18:27
this year is you Joe Biden's son.
1:18:31
illegitimate son you think?
1:18:33
I don't know. What is this about? It? First of all, he's
1:18:36
he's getting kicked out. He's not leaving because he wants to
1:18:39
leave. He got kicked out. No doubt about it.
1:18:44
Well, let's stop here for a second and talk about you know,
1:18:47
is it possible? Yeah, this this whole thing about the Biden
1:18:50
laptop? Is Hunter Biden laptop. Yeah. At this point, you have to
1:18:57
start assuming that Hunter Biden was a spook
1:19:02
double agent.
1:19:06
And you definitely have to assume that maybe Joe Biden's a
1:19:08
spook to a secret document, huh? So if Joe Biden was specifically
1:19:16
put him in office, you put his book in there, you know, yes.
1:19:18
Here you go. Like
1:19:19
Obama was a spook too. Yeah, that's racist. You can't say
1:19:23
that. You can't say that. Ooh, so wrong.
1:19:26
He was a spy. Yeah. So said, because there's no other reason
1:19:32
for this laptop to be in limbo forever. Unless somebody say
1:19:36
hey, this stuff in here we
1:19:39
all write this. I liked this, but they were FBI level spies,
1:19:43
not CIA. You don't know that. I'm just thinking
1:19:49
that goes to the State Department despise that little
1:19:53
group that does the creepiest of all this Oh, spooks.
1:19:56
So oak Oh man. Wow. Oh, yes, et Cie A to Z. druggies yet? No,
1:20:06
I'm with you. I'm with you on that. Ha. Okay, well, so then
1:20:12
people will have to die. This people are going to start dying.
1:20:16
Well, maybe I take a chance.
1:20:19
Did what was remember that the journalists whose house was
1:20:23
raided a couple months ago. ABC producer, ABC news producer.
1:20:30
Yeah, vaguely.
1:20:32
And, and also he was it was like these like a an award winning
1:20:37
news producer.
1:20:40
Do you I vaguely remember this. I don't know how many clips.
1:20:43
I don't let me say I don't think we had a clip but James Meek
1:20:48
There we go. James meek. Let me just see before I give you the
1:20:51
punchline of the story, James meek and I don't have anything
1:20:55
on meek. I wonder if if we were to I guess we didn't have
1:21:00
producer, producer ABC. No, anyway. T. So the FBI raided his
1:21:13
home, everyone and everyone quiet. And then he resigned in
1:21:17
April. And now headline X ABC News reporter is charged with
1:21:23
transporting child pornography. So whatever this guy had they
1:21:32
really deep platforming him.
1:21:35
Yeah, that's the way to go.
1:21:37
This is the Yeah. And I'm kind of thinking that's what they got
1:21:41
to do to that guy who who popped the Pelosi story. You know that
1:21:49
the week because we were talking about him winding up dead or,
1:21:52
you know, he'd get a raise. And no, I think child porn is the
1:21:55
way to go. It's easy. Throw it out, throw it on the laptop. Get
1:22:01
in there raid. There's their stuff going. There's big moves
1:22:08
going on. I think there's cleanups taking place. I'm even
1:22:13
thinking, I hate to say it, but I think Hunter may have to go.
1:22:18
But like, I don't know,
1:22:21
troubled, troubled, he's troubled.
1:22:23
And coming back to this subcommittee, the subcommittee
1:22:26
can access the most highly classified information in
1:22:28
Congress. And it has subpoena power, do you think it will be
1:22:31
able to get answers that other committees or subcommittees
1:22:34
won't or can't reveal?
1:22:37
Well, I think it needs to press to get those results as hard as
1:22:40
possible. We, you know, know what the tools for that are, you
1:22:45
know, first Congress, and in particular, the house needs to
1:22:49
use its power of the purse, which is one of its foremost
1:22:53
constitutional powers to make sure that if the executive
1:22:57
branch is refusing to share the necessary documents, that they
1:23:00
can look into it. I'd also note that look, some of these issues,
1:23:04
obviously go to or could ripe it into impeachment proceedings at
1:23:08
some point.
1:23:11
Yeah, no doubt.
1:23:12
The thing is, when you listen to this thing with the with the
1:23:15
notion that we're really dealing with spy agencies going after
1:23:18
each other, yeah. And the Republicans and everybody knows
1:23:23
what's going on behind the scenes. Or at least not
1:23:27
everybody but but a good portion of the people know what's going
1:23:30
on behind the scenes, but they have to couch it in different
1:23:33
ways. So they don't alert the public really they're just a
1:23:37
dissolve smokescreen for whatever else is really going
1:23:40
on. Who knows what it makes a little more interesting is
1:23:44
definitely more intriguing. Yeah. So let's go into I don't
1:23:51
know what clip
1:23:52
last one for.
1:23:54
And clearly those replay for
1:23:57
this better be killer, this better have a great payoff, that
1:24:00
there's no payoff. Because before you play for I have a
1:24:03
clip a dozen I think it's the same clip. But I sent it to you
1:24:07
because I wanted to know if it would work. Because I when I was
1:24:11
okay, so I my machine blew up to a point where I have to like go
1:24:16
to new machines. Yeah. So I had to do all this on the on this
1:24:20
particular machine with these edits, which I tried left stuff
1:24:23
in. But I sent over because I'm doing all these these edits. And
1:24:29
I said I'd say Holy crap. These are all wav files.
1:24:32
Oh, yeah.
1:24:35
So I said, Jerry got to get to La me. Dot dll file.
1:24:42
What are you talking about? Oh, it's the lame. La may it's late.
1:24:50
I had to pronounce.
1:24:53
The LAME encoder. FFmpeg lame and your Lamay Oh, do you drink
1:24:58
RJ la instead of our Do you go to gay
1:25:01
okay you made your point I do go to Tarjay so let me I decided to
1:25:07
save one org
1:25:10
Okay and you sent this to me this OGS yeah
1:25:13
government for OG
1:25:16
doesn't even show up hold on a sec Oh, it doesn't show up on my
1:25:21
gov okay let me just do.org Okay here let's see even even play
1:25:28
will play and clearly those begin in the house
1:25:31
so which one do you want me to play it's the same why's
1:25:33
when they don't why they just the same as the other one?
1:25:36
Receptors government five there's an extra file is a bonus
1:25:39
once you just skip the foreign play. Government five. Okay, so
1:25:45
the OG works
1:25:46
the OG works August a great format. If you send org I'm
1:25:50
happy with
1:25:50
that. And the reason I say that is because the OG vert it take a
1:25:55
look at government targets for an org for government size
1:25:59
differences. Huge. I don't have to look, I know this. That's
1:26:02
what you're what you're
1:26:03
Yeah, this size of an Ogg file is smaller, smaller than an mp3.
1:26:09
Did you know that there is an an org version of this show with an
1:26:13
RSS feed? No, I did not know that. Yes, yeah. Well, that's
1:26:18
the kind of show we are because we are the best podcast in the
1:26:21
universe. Well, years
1:26:22
and years ago not to just interrupt these fabulous clips.
1:26:26
But years and years ago, I had the inventor of the ogg format
1:26:29
on my radio show.
1:26:32
I asked Mr. Vorbis. If this
1:26:37
was his name for me, I was always I was grilling him about,
1:26:40
you know, why do you name is something that Ogg Vorbis? You
1:26:44
know, is like, what do you cling on? I mean, what's the point?
1:26:47
And so what was the answer? He never had a good answer. But it
1:26:51
was he was a nice guy. So I kind of admired him. So here's
1:26:55
government five in play with
1:26:57
detractors say this subcommittee is meant to stoke distrust
1:27:00
between the government and the people. What do you say to that?
1:27:04
Yes,
1:27:05
I think after the highly scripted January 6 committee
1:27:11
hearings, it's very ironic to hear that Republicans are
1:27:16
proposing to run these committees entirely aboveboard.
1:27:20
And in a balanced fashion, there will be a ranking member from
1:27:23
the Democrats on each of these committees. There will be
1:27:26
representation, there will not be you know, throwing people
1:27:30
willy nilly off of committees because Nancy Pelosi fears that
1:27:35
a Jim banks or a Jim Jordan might, you know, put out another
1:27:40
side of the story about January 6, then in cross examine
1:27:43
witnesses, we're gonna see a fair process. So I think the
1:27:46
idea that this is just some sort of, you know, counter
1:27:49
weaponization process or whatever the Democrats want to
1:27:52
characterize it is wrong. The process these Republicans in the
1:27:56
House we're gonna run will be entirely fair and aboveboard.
1:27:59
There. All right. Jeffrey Clark, attorney and Former Acting
1:28:03
Assistant Attorney General for the civil division. Really
1:28:06
appreciate your time.
1:28:07
Yeah. Thanks. stole mine. So okay, here's another FBI. Taking
1:28:15
someone down. I haven't we haven't really followed the
1:28:17
story, because who cares? But now it just got funny. This is
1:28:21
the George Santos who was
1:28:23
Oh, George Santos. Yeah, I have I actually have a George Santos
1:28:26
clip.
1:28:27
Yeah, but I'm gonna play my clip. It's only 24 seconds
1:28:29
because we need to get rid of this guy. So I want to get rid
1:28:31
of this guy for whatever. Yeah, is it an anti D clip, Tim, what
1:28:36
do you have? Now? I just
1:28:37
have George just says George Santos. I don't know that. It's
1:28:40
let's, let's let's by the way, Santos is a major Portuguese
1:28:44
name. And I should mention him I should tell my Brazil story.
1:28:49
Brazilians in general are liars by nature.
1:28:53
Really? Now is that yeah. Is that just Brazilians or people
1:28:57
who also speak Portuguese,
1:28:59
I think his resilience. But I think it does stem from
1:29:02
Portugal. I had never noticed that so much in Portugal, but in
1:29:05
Brasilia it when I first went to Brazil, before he even started
1:29:08
writing for Brazilian publications. I went there
1:29:13
because I was invited. I went with Jerry Pournelle. As a
1:29:16
matter of fact, we went down to
1:29:17
rip rip rip Parnell
1:29:21
to see this big this giant trade show that was in Brazil that was
1:29:25
supposedly the biggest in the world. And it kept getting
1:29:28
promoted as the biggest in the world with a million people that
1:29:31
that go to this thing. And
1:29:35
and that was a lie. It was it was a piece of crap.
1:29:38
It No, Trisha was reasonable. But we do it as a couple of
1:29:41
bottlenecks where you could count people and you could do
1:29:43
Oh, we voted this. You can count the number of people going in
1:29:48
and out and you can make a calculation how many people were
1:29:50
actually could possibly attend it. Now we could not get over
1:29:54
190,000 people, no matter how you did the calculation. So this
1:29:59
was bulk Crap. And so I started dawning on man. He knows from
1:30:04
other experiences that the Brazilians and if you think
1:30:06
about Brazil, Brazil was formed the Portuguese were given the
1:30:11
option by Spain. How big is this country? You want to claim? You
1:30:16
have to have visited every part of it to tell us and where have
1:30:20
you been? And so they lied. They said, Well, we were up here, and
1:30:25
we were way over here. And they took this huge swath of South
1:30:29
America based on bullshit. There is no way they explored Brazil,
1:30:33
it's too big. That's interesting to span. It's the Spanish who
1:30:37
were I guess, as much as the Portuguese Brazilians are liars,
1:30:41
the Spanish are gullible. And they gave him a big swath of
1:30:45
property. And I think that's that is the genesis of the
1:30:50
Brazilian lie. And
1:30:53
why this is great the Brazilian lie,
1:30:56
and I believe this is all supposition. But I believe that
1:30:59
Santos comes from that culture. And that's why he came in with
1:31:03
this full of shit stuff. It when I when I was told he was a
1:31:06
Brazilian is the first thing I said to myself, of course, they
1:31:10
lie.
1:31:11
Representative George Santos told House Republicans today
1:31:14
that he wants out of his two committee assignments. His
1:31:17
decision comes as prosecutors are investigating his personal
1:31:21
and campaign finances. Reporters waiting outside of the Capitol
1:31:25
ask the Congressman if speaker Kevin McCarthy told him to step
1:31:28
down.
1:31:29
Nobody tells me to do anything. I made a decision on my own. I
1:31:37
mean, the guy assaulting me, I think it was an appropriate
1:31:43
decision that until he can clear everything up. He's off
1:31:46
committees right now.
1:31:48
McCarthy has faced harsh criticism for assigning Santos
1:31:51
to the Small Business Committee and the science space and
1:31:54
Technology Committee. The assignments came after Santos
1:31:57
admitted to lying about much of his resume. Santos said he's not
1:32:01
stepping down from office, and that the only way he'd leave is
1:32:04
if he loses in the next election. A new poll by Newsday
1:32:08
and Siena College shows that 78% of voters in Santos district who
1:32:13
responded to the survey, want him to step down. The view is
1:32:16
supported by 71% of Republican respondents 72% of independents
1:32:22
and 89% of Democrats. Well, the FBI
1:32:25
is getting rid of this guy, and here's how they're doing it.
1:32:28
Tonight. CBS News has confirmed embattled New York Congressman
1:32:32
George Santos is being investigated by the FBI over
1:32:36
allegations that he stole $3,000 raised online to treat a
1:32:40
homeless Navy veterans cancer stricken dog. The veteran says
1:32:45
Santos did not hand over the funds and the dog died in 2017
1:32:49
as the dog died denies the allegations.
1:32:52
So the new Think of the children is he kills dogs
1:32:57
you know you have to give whoever came up with this one
1:33:01
granted him credit for having a sense of humor big kudos
1:33:04
for that x. Well done well done. You get it all. Dogs stole money
1:33:10
from from a from a GoFundMe for a vet veteran whose dog had
1:33:15
cancer and that dog died. This guy is the Wizard of the low and
1:33:22
notice if CBS News who breaks this? Of course. Yeah, I love it
1:33:30
as great
1:33:31
We're doomed.
1:33:33
We personally are not doomed.
1:33:35
No guess where it was taken? Okay, we're doing it the right
1:33:38
way. I
1:33:39
think we're gonna laugh
1:33:41
to the genius at all.
1:33:44
They're probably like, you know, we hate those those Korean
1:33:47
Dvorak guys but they do give us props for the excellent work we
1:33:50
do. So just this just let them go. Just let them go.
1:33:54
Yeah, let's see what else they come up with. That's that's
1:33:56
what's keeping us going.
1:33:57
So keeping us alive. All right. Good news. Good news. Everybody
1:34:01
on the climate change front. You no longer have to be worried
1:34:04
about nuclear energy because we found it
1:34:07
now a tiny bit dangerously radioactive capsule that fell
1:34:10
off a truck along a remote stretch of desert highway in
1:34:14
Western Australia last month has been found
1:34:17
authorities scoured by the
1:34:19
way, I just want to read a note from one of our producers.
1:34:23
Gents, these things these capsules with cesium 137 inside
1:34:27
are super common and readily available, usually used as an
1:34:32
emission source for density or liquid flow testing equipment
1:34:35
typically used for mining and might be determining the flow
1:34:39
rate through a pipe containing mine waste slurry or soil
1:34:42
compaction or erosion density testing. I'm unsure how many of
1:34:46
these capsules exist currently, but I'd make an estimate that
1:34:49
every major city has between 105 100 and various pieces of
1:34:54
equipment. These capsules are even used to irradiate food
1:34:57
sometimes. He says really Yes, the amount of capsules is
1:35:02
minute, not like you could make up a dirt and make a dirty bomb
1:35:05
out of it or anything. They are dangerous. The concern is
1:35:08
someone would pick it up and take it home placement where
1:35:10
they would continue to be exposed in my soil ready? Yes.
1:35:13
In my soil testing days during some training, we were told a
1:35:17
story of one of these capsules became separated from road
1:35:19
density testing equipment years before and sat on a stockpile of
1:35:23
gravel before being used in a batch of concrete to build an
1:35:27
apartment building. Several know several residents of the
1:35:30
apartment where the capsule rested died of leukemia. I
1:35:34
suspect the mind is worried about the liability of someone
1:35:37
getting injured. All of ours had etched serial numbers. The media
1:35:40
took the ball and ran another direction with this news. So
1:35:43
they found it. And it was good news everybody owned,
1:35:47
authorities scoured hundreds of kilometers of highway in search
1:35:51
of the tiny capsule. The six day hunt came to an end after a
1:35:54
search vehicle detected radiation while traveling along
1:35:57
the highway with authorities now working to safely remove the
1:36:00
capsule before taking it to a secure location. Daniel, first
1:36:04
of all, tell us a bit more about about how it was found and what
1:36:06
the search involves. Yeah, well, this
1:36:08
six days search spanned across 1400 kilometers this tiny,
1:36:13
potentially deadly radioactive capsule was found and other
1:36:16
search involved around 100 personnel and that included
1:36:20
teams from fire and emergency services, as well as teams from
1:36:23
a nuclear science and technology organization. By the
1:36:27
way, do you remember what we recommended as or you recommend
1:36:30
that as a way to find this thing?
1:36:34
He is a radiation detectors long range.
1:36:37
These eight millimeter by six millimeter device around the
1:36:40
size of a grain of rice was found off the side of a highway
1:36:45
in a remote part of Western Australia. Authorities likening
1:36:49
this search to literally finding a needle in a haystack. How we
1:36:53
found is that one of the search vehicles was driving down the
1:36:56
highway at around 70 kilometers per hour when radioactivity was
1:37:01
detected on a device, then a portable device was used to find
1:37:05
the exact location of this capsule around two meters from
1:37:09
the side of the highway.
1:37:12
It's such a big deal this story Oh goodness, well, they found
1:37:15
it. And one other story I want to handle before we go to a
1:37:18
break some formula before
1:37:19
you leave that story. I do want to mention that this sort of
1:37:24
thing is this radiation that comes off of stuff like this for
1:37:28
Food irradiation, that the right, it doesn't make the food
1:37:32
radioactive it sterilizes it and we should be using this in some
1:37:37
of our foods today to keep E Coli from getting into the food
1:37:40
supply. Yes, and I've thought about this. And people reject it
1:37:47
because they think that you know the kind of radiation that you
1:37:50
use to sterilize food is not radioactive. It's not like alpha
1:37:54
particles or anything that makes things make things radioactive.
1:37:58
It's very well proven technique and most ultra pasteurized
1:38:02
products have been irradiated like that to make them so they
1:38:06
last pretty much forever. But I've concluded over time, that
1:38:11
the problem with this is that they would end up because they
1:38:15
can radiate dogshit and pretty much be inoculated from anything
1:38:21
that day would be there. Our food industry the way they
1:38:24
operate would be so careless that we'd be eaten cow shit
1:38:26
pretty much instead of steaks. What says we're not already I'm
1:38:32
pretty sure we're not that squid you would get be getting E. coli
1:38:35
problems.
1:38:37
So is E coli a bug a thing? Or is that a result of some of
1:38:42
E coli is a bacteria to bacteria. It's you we have
1:38:46
naturally in our stomachs. But there's a couple of bad ones. If
1:38:49
you get them in your system, they they ravage your your
1:38:54
organs and you end up dead.
1:38:57
Again, a downer.
1:38:59
Sorry.
1:39:03
Big diner. So here's something that I think I'm gonna see if I
1:39:08
can find this. So we have this Pfizer guy who
1:39:12
I still testing aspirin, Adam curry Jhansi. Sorry.
1:39:17
That was my I jumped the gun on that one. Sorry about that. So
1:39:23
see if I can just queue this up. There we go. We have this this
1:39:29
Jordaan twist on guy who was out on a date. Yeah,
1:39:35
you have a funny kind of a nickname for him that you use in
1:39:39
emails. What are you What did I say? I can't remember but it's
1:39:45
the nut job. The Nutty. The Nutty. Pfizer do whatever it is.
1:39:51
I was probably derogatory is that let's so just so we're
1:39:55
clear. Again, I think this is Really not surprising, you know,
1:40:03
the way it was spawned and and I like Project Veritas, you know,
1:40:07
the executive director is no agenda next actually, he's
1:40:10
thinking that maybe it'd be a baron or maybe a virus if I
1:40:13
count even. He's embarrassed, I think, but I feel that they were
1:40:17
kind of used again, you know, just to have some great video. I
1:40:19
mean, this guy was so off the wall that he couldn't, it was
1:40:23
really can't take this guy serious for anything in my mind.
1:40:26
So whatever he was saying, the most damning thing he said is,
1:40:30
hey, it's a revolving door between the FDA and the pharma
1:40:33
companies and Okay, great. But one of our producers reached out
1:40:38
and said, Hey, do you remember that you had an email from a
1:40:43
producer who was either Lyft or an Uber driver and and had some
1:40:48
five Well, I guess it was undetermined if was Pfizer and
1:40:51
moderna, but you had the note it was sent to you. I didn't have
1:40:54
this note. Yeah. And, and heard some really weird stuff between
1:41:00
some Pfizer dudes in his car. Do you still have that note?
1:41:04
I doubt it. Okay. Well, I
1:41:06
went back
1:41:06
and I read it. I think I read it on the show. And that was that I
1:41:09
throw it out toss ODE
1:41:11
1382. And that is from September 2021. Let's listen. Let me see
1:41:18
if it will actually play. Wow, that was really Oh, it's it's
1:41:25
not
1:41:26
allows written immediately after the right so I can get down as
1:41:29
much of it before I forget. Which is the way you do it, by
1:41:31
the way anyway, out there. I'll use singular they to refer to
1:41:35
the Pfizer employee to protect identity as much as I can main
1:41:38
takeaways, main takeaways. China had epidemic levels of the virus
1:41:43
as early as June 2019. The lab leak theory is
1:41:46
absolutely June 2019.
1:41:49
June Yeah.
1:41:50
That's way before the October, you know, war games, whatever,
1:41:55
when everyone's claiming it started. That's interesting.
1:41:58
Okay.
1:42:00
Although, if you think about it, WarGames may have been triggered
1:42:04
by this.
1:42:08
I think it was on the calendar. It was scheduled, but okay.
1:42:11
Yeah.
1:42:13
How far I was scheduled. Okay. I don't know where we this is just
1:42:18
speculation. The lab leak theory is absolutely true. And it was
1:42:21
the janitorial staff of the Wuhan lab that got infected and
1:42:26
spread it outside the lab before the old died.
1:42:29
We're gonna get to the you know, to some nuttier stuff, but it's
1:42:32
kind of interesting to go back and listen to this email that
1:42:36
was sent from 2021 which is now turned out to pretty much check
1:42:40
out you know, what are our rideshare driver overheard in
1:42:45
the car
1:42:46
had to be shut down?
1:42:48
Whoa, bombshell, bombshell. Hold on a second.
1:42:52
He remembered that we remember we did stories about the lab
1:42:56
shut down that were suppressed. bombshell.
1:43:01
You Yes. Gotta keep that isn't that
1:43:05
bombshell. Danny tells them stuff here that I'm leaving out
1:43:08
because it has a has a either it's not true, or it is
1:43:13
proprietary. And now do you remember
1:43:15
what that was? No. Okay. Great.
1:43:19
Process? No, I mean, I don't I purposefully throw these notes
1:43:24
out afterwards. And I am very good at protecting sources.
1:43:27
Because a I don't remember some of these details that I don't
1:43:30
remember. And be I tossed these things. So these guys can not
1:43:35
worry about sending me stuff. Well, here comes the meat of the
1:43:37
email is proprietary to Pfizer, and I'm not you'll you'll tell
1:43:41
me later, right. I can use your I could also say it because I'm
1:43:46
a journalist by technically but I'm not in the business of
1:43:51
giving Maderna somebody else's information, because it doesn't
1:43:55
help anybody else to notice.
1:43:57
marketing information, formulaic information. Yes. formulaic.
1:44:01
Pfizer is very proud of the product they've made because
1:44:04
they didn't take any government or private money to develop
1:44:06
their vaccines so they can stay independent. They look down on
1:44:09
Maderna for taking money from Bill Gates, the Pfizer vaccines,
1:44:13
you get emergency use authorization authorization, or
1:44:16
five to 11 year olds in the next few days. Yes,
1:44:19
I'm just I know they're really pushing that and they want to do
1:44:21
babies too. They want to do six months old. Yeah, I hope that's
1:44:25
in the note.
1:44:27
It was the fact that the EU approved the US vaccine that
1:44:30
prompted the FDA to fully approved the visor Pfizer
1:44:33
vaccine. Pfizer is not concerned about the Delta variant. While
1:44:37
it is very contagious as a mild form of the virus, which we've
1:44:41
been seeing since the beginning. The testing of the vaccine is
1:44:47
not over will not be over for a very long time. They said it
1:44:49
takes many years to truly understand any virus or
1:44:52
medication developed to fight it, and mentioned that they're
1:44:55
still testing aspirin and ibuprofen, which has been on the
1:44:59
market for years. As an example,
1:45:03
did he say that or were they saying that in the car
1:45:05
they weren't? Really I think the guy used an example. All right,
1:45:07
you know, they're still testing aspirin and ibuprofen, or
1:45:10
I'm sure there's something here that opposing forces a woman
1:45:13
members, still testing aspirin. I'm just given a little variety.
1:45:19
There's no like, I like a variance or named like
1:45:24
hurricanes and the names go in alphabetical order, and we're
1:45:26
ready on m mu. And they really didn't care about delta lambda.
1:45:30
They're concerned about people contracting two variants at the
1:45:33
same time and having super mutation from that.
1:45:36
This, this kind of checks out what this guy was talking about
1:45:40
whether he was doing it involved in it or not. But it sounds like
1:45:44
Pfizer, and Melinda must be Pfizer was testing things in
1:45:49
their own labs. Wait, wait. Wait super mutation? How come this
1:45:54
isn't a headline? Oh my god, we're so good. Jam can't
1:46:06
miss Yazzie I think the thing I forgot.
1:46:12
Oh, hold on still playing
1:46:13
the clip?
1:46:14
There we go. Yes.
1:46:16
Let's just do Is there anything more to it? I think.
1:46:19
Okay. I thought so. I thought there was something let me just
1:46:22
finish it up, I
1:46:24
think surrounding the pandemic, and the vaccines are
1:46:26
unbelievably intensive, more, so. More so that the public
1:46:31
knows. And in other words, as well, I think people listen to
1:46:35
the show. I they were
1:46:36
I thought there was something important there. Yes. You were
1:46:40
gonna say?
1:46:40
Yeah, I think that were the thing that I was not I didn't
1:46:43
discuss it with some specific It was either the the some some
1:46:48
protein they used in the one vaccine and they didn't, you
1:46:51
know, they use some, some something cheap. Maderna vaccine
1:46:55
has some cheap element and the Pfizer people put something
1:46:59
better in there.
1:47:00
I guess I guess what I'm trying to communicate here is that none
1:47:04
of this is surprising. All it does is it just gives more gas
1:47:08
for stupid podcasts, the go getter function. And it's just
1:47:13
how about this was just the flu. And we gaslighted everybody into
1:47:20
being terrified of it. And you're not allowed to think
1:47:23
anything any other way at this moment in time. You have to
1:47:26
think now Pfizer was involved in gain of function. I think we're
1:47:30
way beyond that point. This whole thing was unnecessary.
1:47:33
That killing people with ventilator protocols that the
1:47:36
ventilator operators thought was dumb. That's this all came from
1:47:42
gaslighting the whole world.
1:47:45
But the whole you got to remember the ventilator things
1:47:48
started from Cuomo, bitching and moaning that they don't have
1:47:51
enough ventilators and then Trump falling for it. Yeah, and
1:47:54
making a bunch of extra ones whether I think they're in
1:47:57
landfill now there's so many of he had for me, I'm British
1:48:01
fleet. Nobody ever talks to people that know anything.
1:48:03
He I mean, he had Ford shut down and create ventilators from
1:48:06
whatever parts they had. Yeah. So all of this, all of this is,
1:48:12
I think, at this point in time, just to keep the alternative
1:48:16
media talking about little stuff. That doesn't matter. The
1:48:23
World Health Organization will determine your future. That's
1:48:28
what I see.
1:48:30
See, the problem with the World Health Organization has always
1:48:32
been that woman to that Chinese woman that was running it. And
1:48:36
who declared that pandemic over the swine flu coming out of
1:48:40
Mexico remember that? As you call this pandemic, and nobody
1:48:46
paid attention
1:48:49
because no one cared. It was like a
1:48:51
dry run or something or nobody believed her. She was lack
1:48:55
credibility. I don't know what it was. I found that whole swine
1:48:58
flu thing which we covered was on our show. Yes, there are
1:49:00
people lined up for the shot. And there's Balvenie library
1:49:05
took a movie of him around the block and like going to think
1:49:08
it's Star Wars was opening there. And it just never caught
1:49:13
on like this thing did.
1:49:16
Well, that's because we had tick tock and we had Chinese videos
1:49:20
of people a keeling over dead from this machinery.
1:49:24
Remember the sprays? Yeah. Oh, this guy wearing a hazmat suit
1:49:27
and spraying some weird foam or some spray on people was that
1:49:32
out of the car and beaten.
1:49:36
But that was an exercise but it didn't look like it. We've been
1:49:40
so scammed for so long. It's really an I don't know, maybe
1:49:46
some of the wheels are coming off here. But I just know I
1:49:49
think these people get thrown out these it total idiots like
1:49:53
this tryst on Jordaan Jordahl interest on that that guy can't
1:49:58
seriously be In an organization like Pfizer, Pfizer have I mean,
1:50:02
he's there. But he even said, Nah, I'm a consultant.
1:50:08
That guy's really fishy. Yeah. Yeah. It's like a plant. And
1:50:16
then he goes nuts. You see the after movie, you know where he
1:50:18
has fantastic. The best part. He's calling
1:50:21
he's calling. I am there for white men talking to me. I don't
1:50:25
feel safe. Me while he was on his laptop he was on. He was on
1:50:29
a date with a white guy to try and get some of that white penis
1:50:32
I guess. So. It seems like too many. Oh, now there's four. I
1:50:35
can't handle that. Goodness gracious. All right, then the
1:50:42
the thing that we're seeing that we have not touched on is the
1:50:46
transition of Tyree. Nichols from a non racial police killing
1:50:58
to just a police killing back to racism, which is and you know,
1:51:03
when when you have when you have an operation, because clearly,
1:51:08
clearly this was not racially motivated, because the five cops
1:51:14
were black. Although, did you see they found a sixth cop? They
1:51:20
found a white one.
1:51:21
Yeah, the white couple looks like in non binary guy. Yes,
1:51:25
yes. I think that I think that he's the one suppose that you
1:51:28
kept saying stomp him stomp? Yeah,
1:51:30
he's the ringleader. It was his idea. Guys, leader. He was the
1:51:35
ringleader. He's the ringleader, Whoopi Goldberg is pulled out of
1:51:39
the stable to bring this back to race.
1:51:41
But you know, when will that brutality finally lead to some
1:51:47
police reform from the ground up? Because clearly, it doesn't
1:51:53
matter if it's a white policeman or a black policeman? It is a
1:51:56
problem in the police. And the policing itself. You know, seems
1:52:02
things don't seem to make sense to people unless it's somebody
1:52:06
they can feel they can recognize. But how many times we
1:52:09
have to do we need to see why people also get beaten before
1:52:12
anybody will do anything. I'm not suggested as you write us
1:52:16
and tell me what, you know what a racist I am.
1:52:20
Yeah, okay.
1:52:22
There it is. There it is. It would not have mind if it was
1:52:25
URI, then we would have beaten senseless and to death. Yeah,
1:52:29
that would be be happy. So the thing is still, I'm still kind
1:52:34
of following is the and it's in the newsletter. The notion that
1:52:39
the cop or that that guy that kid was having an affair? Yes.
1:52:47
With one of the cops with one of the cops whose partner was one
1:52:51
of those five guys? Yeah, yeah, that one. So the partner was
1:52:56
like, either doing it on behalf of his partner. It wasn't one of
1:53:00
the guy with the with the wife having the affair with that kid
1:53:03
was not in the amongst the guys beating him. It was like the
1:53:06
partner was he was one of them. We take care of our own here.
1:53:12
And so that kind of thing. And if you look at a picture that
1:53:15
guy you can see him being kind of a ladies man. But I always
1:53:18
imagine if I was writing it as a story for you ripped from the
1:53:23
headlines, I would have this one element in there, which is not
1:53:28
we can't even prove that part of it. But it just assumed that we
1:53:31
can and we haven't we're doing a storyline. It would go like
1:53:34
this. Hey, what did you do you guys beat this partner whose was
1:53:38
was having an affair. You beat the dead guy to death. And he
1:53:42
goes to sees his wife says that guy, that guy you were having an
1:53:45
affair with has been beaten to death. I'm sorry. She says I
1:53:49
wasn't having an affair with him. I just said I was No. That
1:53:56
to me, is the way is the way. You'd write that up as a nice
1:54:02
drama. Well, this,
1:54:03
of course, is being hyped by the media to try and get to try and
1:54:07
kick something off because that's what the media likes to
1:54:10
follow. And so they can say, Hey, listen, it's a peaceful
1:54:12
protest or whatever they want. We know that the people behind
1:54:16
this particular move are the party of Socialism and
1:54:21
Liberation, the Marxist communists and, you know,
1:54:26
they're really trying to make hay out of this and CBS
1:54:31
participates, but I'm
1:54:32
trying to figure out how it even got to this point. Even the
1:54:35
police chief in Memphis seems to be questioning whether it was a
1:54:39
legitimate traffic stop. What can you tell us about how it
1:54:42
went so wrong so quickly and so violently?
1:54:45
Well, we believe the scorpion unit, this Organized Crime Unit,
1:54:50
commonly referred to in cities as the jump out boys.
1:54:54
Now, I'm not sure that's true. That this type of unit is called
1:54:59
the jump out Boys, and I will find out
1:55:03
that many in the white community have never heard of but in the
1:55:07
opposite I'm white. That's why of course black community and
1:55:09
brown community is these police officers that jump out all of a
1:55:14
sudden they swarm you. And they're very aggressive. And
1:55:17
they normally are trampling on your constitutional rights and
1:55:22
you see it and Tyrese video when they start cursing at him and
1:55:26
being so aggressive. We're beginning to Tyree say, What did
1:55:29
I do?
1:55:32
So they bring in Reverend owl who is who was connected to the
1:55:37
to the Marxist and the communists and the PSL in this
1:55:41
case, and they also brought Kamla Harris out. And so you
1:55:44
know, the for the funeral was a big to do broadcast live, of
1:55:48
course. And I think the only thing we're really playing here
1:55:53
is Reverend Al because he hits on the political part. This is
1:55:57
really what needs to happen. And this is what did not happen.
1:56:01
Although brought up with George Floyd is the qualified immunity.
1:56:06
This is what needs to be removed. So that cops will heal,
1:56:12
which of course has the date has had the exact opposite result
1:56:19
where cops don't want to be cops if they don't have qualified
1:56:22
immunity. And they they're leaving the force on mass and
1:56:26
what happens at all of these cops. I think we're between 22
1:56:30
and 26 years old. I mean, you're technically a moron at that age
1:56:35
still. I mean, was there any seniority there? I didn't see
1:56:39
any. So here's here's what Reverend Al says needs to
1:56:42
happen. And you tell me how that's gonna work out for law
1:56:45
enforcement in the United States.
1:56:47
If you don't have qualified immunity. Your wife would be
1:56:53
telling you for you leave home behave yourself because we could
1:56:57
lose the house. We could lose the car. Behave yourself because
1:57:03
our savings can be gone. You want to be a tough guy. Well
1:57:08
let's get rid of qualified immunity and see if you learn
1:57:12
the same manners you have on the white side of town you have some
1:57:16
manners on the black side of town
1:57:18
die thanks for the racial poll out Shelby because of qualified
1:57:27
immunity, black cops will kill Black people but not white
1:57:32
people not quite sure I guess they're more careful on the
1:57:35
white side of town. A crock of shit
1:57:43
well, revenue you don't understand. How are they going
1:57:46
to keep crime down in the black community? And at the same time
1:57:52
not be tough and rough. What they do it the same way they do
1:57:57
it on the white side of Memphis and keep the crime down without
1:58:02
being rough and tough. How do you have the same department
1:58:06
thing keep crime down on one side of town without beating
1:58:10
folk to death? But you can't do it on the other side of town.
1:58:15
Unless you feel that you can get away with it they're caged speak
1:58:20
for everybody in Memphis I can't speak for everybody gathered but
1:58:24
for me I believe that that man had been white you wouldn't have
1:58:28
beat him like that that night thank you
1:58:46
we're not asking for nothing special we're asking to be
1:58:51
treated equal
1:58:55
to amazing it's amazing how he pulls that off just it's not
1:59:01
it's completely racial now but qualified immunity that has to
1:59:05
go and what you're
1:59:06
going to get it I don't have clips but I'm going to have some
1:59:09
our bring him in they're gonna have to stage this and the first
1:59:17
thing that's gonna go as there was a woman on Democracy Now I
1:59:22
didn't get the clip from over I'm gonna get those who is the
1:59:27
head of the abolish the police. When one of the abolish the
1:59:31
police, they want to abolish the police. Yes. But they are going
1:59:36
to first promote the idea of no police traffic stops who they
1:59:44
think this is a way to go you do it by by staging one thing than
1:59:47
another than you build yourself up. And they this is the problem
1:59:54
is to policing in this kind of we were lawless culture and So
2:00:00
if you don't have traffic stops, it's going to be a nightmare
2:00:03
driving around, which is fine with them because you should be
2:00:06
on a bicycle anyway.
2:00:08
Well, I can tell you exactly. It's already happening, what is
2:00:11
what is going to happen is cops are leaving on mass. And I know
2:00:17
that because a lot of them live around here. What are they
2:00:18
doing? They're going into private security forces that
2:00:22
were then hired to protect gated communities. It's not even a
2:00:26
black or white thing. It's rich versus poor. And the poor
2:00:29
neighborhoods are gonna get cameras, you're gonna get drones
2:00:33
you're gonna get all kinds of automated policing. And yet but
2:00:39
police was traffic stops it's going to be like Demolition Man.
2:00:46
It's gonna be a nightmare. It's gonna
2:00:48
be it is and they want this and when I say they, I mean
2:00:52
communists, the communists.
2:00:55
This is called what it is
2:00:56
the communists want this that because that's total control.
2:01:00
And, and a lot of America is going to slip into it because
2:01:04
Reverend Al is able to bring in the racial component into this.
2:01:12
Yeah, it's pretty tricky.
2:01:13
It's really good. I mean, it's not a good result. But
2:01:17
I mean, it's not good for anybody. But it's genius.
2:01:20
Excellent process the way they're trying to do it. They
2:01:23
don't get very far they did this sort of thing we get there are
2:01:26
backlashes that occur we'll see. It's going to be interesting. I
2:01:33
would just gay could end up like Mexico, but like in Mexico, the
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city becomes a kind of a place where everyone's kidnapped.
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It's gonna be great comrade. I can't wait. And with that, I'd
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like to thank you for your courage comrade and say in the
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morning to you the man who put the sea in the Canuck Chuck,
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ladies and gentlemen, please say hello to my friend on the other
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end Mr. John
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Lennon morning. Oh, in
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the morning all ships at sea and boots on the ground feeding the
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air subs in the water and all the names and nights out in the
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morning to
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the trolls and the troll room who have been particularly
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unhelpful today but we're gonna count him anyway. Let's see how
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many how many trolls that we have. Is a Thursday so 1893
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That's kind of on par I think. Yeah, at 93 Not bad. Thanks
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Charles. It's good to have you here. I know you're not all
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I'm sorry the troll room there and normally it's a chat room.
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But when we're on it's the troll room and and this troll room is
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gone 24/7 all kinds of great shows it is the best podcast
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those two right now you'll get an alert when we go live it's a
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we're dropping the YouTube the video part we're just doing live
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audio, with with with a troll room so people have a live
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studio audience and the same app is where you get the podcast if
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you couldn't listen to it live but I actually catch myself
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going oh, oh that shows going live or listening for a little
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bit. It's brand new. You should try it out. Or follow us on no
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agenda social.com I knew that something drastic had gone wrong
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when you requested last night. You said hey, I need a password
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reset for no agenda social. I knew something had happened. Did
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you get the password reset?
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No, not yet. I didn't look oh,
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oh, there I was like pulling the car over to the side of the road
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to help you out and you didn't even know I
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did that. So I was expected to take 24 hours at least
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I sprint to your aid whenever necessary. You can follow us we
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A big thank you to the artists for episode 1525 We titled that
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one mask in a bottle. And speaking of communists, this was
2:04:42
correct a record. He really he was listening. He figured it
2:04:46
out. We were joking about the new movie meet the comrades and
2:04:51
sure enough, he put Lenin and Marx right there with a lie
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detector and use the whole movie poster meet the comma And that
2:05:00
was I think that was kind of the best one. We looked at other
2:05:03
some other things, but it just it worked. It was well done too.
2:05:08
It was it was a nicely done as a fake movie poster.
2:05:12
Yeah, liked it. The other one is the poppy everything is just a
2:05:17
nice piece.
2:05:17
Yeah, what else was there? There was anything that we saw that we
2:05:20
loved. I liked
2:05:21
it the recycling one but it was kind of too small. And well, the
2:05:25
green one green recycle. It just wasn't exciting. It wasn't
2:05:28
exciting.
2:05:29
Yeah, it wasn't. Got another note on a cake. Yes,
2:05:34
dear John. Sorry, I spelled your name wrong. Just so it wasn't
2:05:39
mistake. How can you spell John C. Dvorak as John D. Dvorak.
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That's, that's a wild one, man.
2:05:46
I did it on purpose.
2:05:49
Artists beware that you can't do stuff small. You may be looking
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at your full screen and thinking your art is great. But if it's
2:05:56
small, it's not going to show up in a 256 by 256, or the off
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chance it's a 512 by 512. That may be displayed that way. It's
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just not going to show up. So we're going to look at that and
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make sure that that doesn't happen. I'd like toasts couple
2:06:12
of good eggs, which is an egg carton. What again, it was that
2:06:16
was actually well done, but just not exciting. Nothing that would
2:06:19
grab the attention like, like Marx and Lenin on a movie
2:06:24
poster. Yeah, we probably got a few people confused. I thought
2:06:28
it was a great movie coming out. You can check out all of the
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artists work by going to no agenda, art generator.com. You
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can even do it while we're live and refresh the page because the
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artists that typically they listen to the show in real time
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and starting to make stuff as we go along that they think will be
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fun and and something that will catch everybody's eye, which is
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you have?
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Again, Waterloo, sparkling water plain.
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I'm gonna say this. There you go. That my friend is Jack
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Daniels in a camp. So you know we have people doing websites,
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we have heard the art generate people doing art, people doing
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clips, anyone can be a producer and shouldn't be a producer if
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we're talking about something that you happen to know about
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are like the note we got from the cesium, the cesium was seven
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capsule
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Exactly. This is the kind of stuff very educational that
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makes us the best podcast in the universe because we had the best
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Executive producers who keep the ball rolling here the operation
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funded we kick it off today with Richard Hall, who is from
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Hamilton, New Jersey, and comes in with 54321 $543.21 says
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here's part of my tax refund to support truly independent media.
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I also I may have inflated some of my business deductions to get
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Please give a tax season goat karma to all of Gitmo nation.
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There we go. Got it.
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Now we have a note from Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi akute. Laura
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coot says Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates $500 Craig
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Courtice listening from Abu Dhabi never misses a no agenda
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show and all he wants for his birthday on Friday. He's on the
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list is to be an executive producer. This is a switcheroo
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then. Executive producer of the podcast says he has an
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extraordinary white bar I believe his name is Laura. Yes,
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I
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think so.
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All his could be a daughter or it could be but I think Laura
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coot is his wife. Yes. Says he has an extraordinary wife all
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all his dreams are at least a few of them come true. You go.
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Oh, so it's a switch or read or switch through to Craig Cortis
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correct. This court Yes. Court cheese. Excellent. So nice. What
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a great we
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let unless she's just being coy. She's zali wants is that but
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he's not getting it but she never says that. So,
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Jonathan, extraordinary wife. Jonathan Peckham is in Bristol,
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Rhode Island. Shout out to the Rhode Island Chicago crossroads
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of America and the 133 slaves I met at the Nashville roller
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skating meet up John the Rhode Island marine here. Finishing my
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journey to knighthood goat karma to those in need and nightmares.
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Sergej purple Peck. Gotcha. You've got by the way. Looks
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like April 17 will be a meet up in now. Nashville and the keeper
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and I will be there
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so John Kumar in London UK 33333 And he's got some jingle
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requests up front Donald loves Nazis Rosie O'Donnell yet, play
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please get some jobs Carmen some comment from my friend Molly,
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who was tragically passed away. One year ago on February 9, I
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know she's no longer here in body but I'm sure she could use
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the karma wherever spirit is on the donation note, my Kindle app
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shows that I've read 33 books last year. I guess the universe
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is trying to send me quite the hint. Please to kindle I've says
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how many books you've read. Hmm. except his lead donation. 333
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Blah, blah, blah. My donate or my My birthday is on February 2.
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So please, could I be added to the birthday list in your on on
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the second Sunday? Well, you're going to be on this one. You're
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on this list. If we can remember if we don't do the we can't do
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that. There's no way of keeping track of it. Hoping your
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overlords will drop the VAX mandate soon. I think they have
2:11:07
to we can refuse. Nick's can visit the cell. You mean to
2:11:10
travel Vax?
2:11:12
Here's what I don't understand. His birthday is February 2.
2:11:15
That's today. Yeah, so what what what? I don't understand what
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Well, I'm
2:11:20
sorry. It seems that he's pushing future courses today.
2:11:23
It's too though I'm not keeping track is the 33rd day of the
2:11:26
year, by the way, which he didn't promote. The I opened the
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show with it. No, I mean, in the newsletter.
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No. We were like, hey, it's Groundhog Day. Like we were
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smart. And then the the real and the real. The real kicker we
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miss You're right. Yeah, you're right. You're right. We missed
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it. We missed it.
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So how are we doing with the VAX mandate? Is that you keeping
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track of it?
2:11:48
Well for entering the country, that should end in April. But
2:11:51
now it seems like nothing will end until May apparently so I'm
2:11:55
not kidding myself. I don't think this is going to end at
2:11:58
all. I think we're going to have another variant I think they're
2:12:00
going to have laws for more to be paid to Pfizer. Big Pharma is
2:12:04
the scariest entity of all. Nothing else scares me more than
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those guys. So I think that we're gonna be downer That's
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right. Donald loves Nazis. Donald loves Nazis CNN say that
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he's kk k with it wow
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got a phone stop. I can't turn it off.
2:12:44
Let's go on forever.
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Jobs, jobs and jobs. Or jobs
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I forgotten how that jingle It's Jason Smith
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is up next in Sioux City Iowa. Keep this short sir Bernie Atomy
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hit me in the mouth in 2016. And I have pretty much been the
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biggest douchebag in the history of douchebag sense. Please de
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douche me. You've been de deuced love to have some health karma
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for sure Bernie and everyone else that needs it throughout
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the no agenda universe. May I please have some jingles if
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there's not too much trouble. And he'd like, and he's $333.33
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So he deserves a whole load. Look at the juice. No and shut
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up slave. Jason. Well, he says no.
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Which one does he want?
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I think he just wants to know I so
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know when do we have a new
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just play? No.
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Yeah, if I could find it. I'm sorry. I don't know. Oh, here it
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is. I'll use that. I'll say no, hold on. I'm gonna give you the
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whole load today. Oh my gosh.
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Can you see that juice? Oh, no, no. Slave.
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I think it was a good variation. It's better. Oh, no, no, I can't
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remember that one. Baron Gordon Walton from Austin, Texas who
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doesn't know him. He actually put me on his family's Christmas
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newsletter which I enjoyed very much. 333 show needs more
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donations. Baron Gordon Walton donating towards my daughter
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Catherine neighborhood. Oh, so beautiful. Thank you. Thank you.
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Thank you. Thank you.
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Jordan. Hollingsworth comes in from Sylvan Lake California with
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three 250 93 which means Associate Executive Producer a
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small monthly donation plan he says but this is my first
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executive producer donation through Oh, this three dot three
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three Canadians so he gets bumped up on the list of final
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list. Yeah. Shall I write to us specifically, Adam? Oh, to ask
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for your help, as I fear Sean Newman. of the Shawn Newman
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podcast will eventually be in censored by our benevolent
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Internet safety overlords in China. Okay, may I ask for you
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to come on his show to spread the gospel of value for value
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and have a conversation? No agenda and the Shawn Newman
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podcast. Is this Shawn Newman? No, no, we're integral and
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continue that for more years for any other Canadian listeners
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that was local perspective on the weekly goings on I suggest
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checking out his two Tuesday's mash up every Tuesday. I have
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for you to reach out and allow my two podcasting worlds to
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you can come give us your two cents. Jingles fierce freedom.
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You will obey fun foamer thank you for everything you both do.
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Also, Steve's a douchebag. I guess we need to put that and
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Shawn Newman podcast is the name of the yes and he had he was
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fierce freedom he will obey and the foam or listen to that horn.
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Okay. And it's okay. You know, I did the Joe Rogan podcast I'm
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gonna kind of slow down a little bit on doing and going to other
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people's podcasts mainly because I have other things to do with
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my life. It's you know, it takes a lot of time it's hours I just
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don't have that many hours in the day it was a lot of prepping
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I'm doing just doing stuff. Dyno I know I'm horrible. But I'll
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see. I'll see but certainly not for a couple of months do it
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yeah, like the Great America guys just ask them they know
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that eventually after five years I'll do it. Sure. Freedom,
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subjugation is liberation in this world, and you will
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you will obey you will obey
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dollar reduce Good day gents. Please accept my donation I bump
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universities donation also makes me a knight can I be knighted?
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Sir Christopher Patrick Hilton Can I have Vegemite on toast at
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the round table? Well if you wanted Yes of course. Can I get
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a t t t jobs karma? It worked really well. The last time I'm
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pretty sure it means T T TPP. Love and Light Of course we got
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that for you. Jobs. Jobs, jobs, jobs. Jobs. Jobs. Karma. Jobs.
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Jobs. Extra there. Okay, I'm going to put that
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Allah mono in Milwaukee Oregon. John did the right voice right.
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Your Boomer takes on the history of the polio vaccine and why
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people are leaving the workforce stink stink worse than an
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elevator full of Martha Stewart's butt but I still want
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to take you guys to the red engine in Minnesota and give you
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$14,000 What why?
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Well, what do we have to do?
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And why is he What is he telling me what does he want us to go to
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Michigan I'm sorry Minnesota for when he lives in Milwaukee
2:18:52
Oregon, cuz
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you're gonna go there for your $14,000 you're going to be dead
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in a week. I don't know this sounds like a kidnap scam to me.
2:19:01
I don't think it's very I
2:19:02
don't know, details who said the fact that my my white people or
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even the war workforce stinks. And polio vaccine even though it
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was their stinks but okay. Yeah, everybody's you know, that's the
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great thing about our show. We don't make people think like us,
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you just we just present our thoughts and you can take it or
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leave out
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then you get to tell us what you think. Sent Sandy Whitten,
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by the way, came in with $223
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Thank you very much, Adam Almanzo Sandy Witten,
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Ohio 200 dot 33 donation Node via email to John which by the
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way is not the way to do it. Jeff, do you find his note?
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Nope. Double Up karma. You got to resend a man notes at no
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time. That's
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karma a some clips and some other things but it wasn't a
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note about his donation so okay he did he wasn't sent to me Mark
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in Coraopolis Pennsylvania $200 No jingles no karma thanks Mark
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Thank you Mark that is exactly how we love it and finally, as
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if as Associate Executive Producers go Troy a Brian the
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Troy homesteader Adam and John please do you do you've been D
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deuced. I've been listening for too long was compelled to donate
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after Adams testament of faith of his faith could you could use
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some goat karma and a hot side of look at that juice. Brian
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Troy the homesteader. Okay, so we got some good karma for you.
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You've got karma. Oh my gosh. Can you see that juice? As
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Can you see that juice? All right, you continue all set up
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the, the nice things and the birthdays and then you'll go
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Thank you for your courage. You're welcome. Bruce Schwalm in
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 13388. Brian Wald in Bend, Oregon.
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10777. Gabriel King in St. Paul, Minnesota. $100.47. He needs a D
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douching. You've been de deuced Baron larrikin or buddy in
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needs a D douching. He's in for the bad deed deuced. I'm Andrew
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Savalas in Denison, Texas. And he comes in twice for 100
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somehow each, which was 200 If that's actually not just a
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duplicate, which is what I think, but we'll find out you'll
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find later we'll do it with it make good if we'll do it live
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here. We'll do it live. I got hairy legs. Claire Jones The
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Safety Harbor, Florida 100. Joseph Leser. Her brother lies
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all lies lightly, lightly. Maybe Calverton, New York 808 which is
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boobs along with Kevin McLaughlin who is on a roll from
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Lucas North Carolina eight oh a Taya sorry Tommy Hawk in Iowa
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City, Iowa. 6666. birthday coming up for grandmother, James
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borax in north Wales, Pennsylvania. 6666 Andrew Pena
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Bianco in Peoria, Arizona. 6261 David Groff in Wyoming, Ohio six
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180 which is a Fibonacci number. No, surely O'Brien Dover New
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Jersey. 60. Sure. Brian Tobias and in Gardner, Kansas. Another
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birthday call to his wife. belatedly, to 5888 barren of
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southern Calla. I'm sorry, I'm sorry, barren of southern Silla
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noise in Anna Illinois. Another birthday to have Michelle call
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out Rob, Berto tirado and that was 5678 Roberto, Toronto and
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San Francisco 5555. Yeah, he's got a little pronunciation going
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for the word San Francisco. Troy funderburk in Spokane,
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Washington. 55. And then we get already to the $50 donors, so
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we're gonna wrap the room as fast as I can. Starting with
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Kyle man in Cincinnati and Brett chickeny in Lake Worth, Florida
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face love company LLC. Face love company, LLC. I wonder what they
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make make up I'm guessing. Costa Mesa, California John Ford and
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McKinney Texas Hadar burl in Haifa, Illinois with a birthday
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verrucosa. Wisconsin. You need flooring. Justin Heiner and Vine
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Brittany shaver in Zionsville, Indiana. Jill Jill woods in
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Ocean Grove, New Jersey Herbert Hess in spring Texas Ryan sharp
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in Huntsville, Alabama. And last, and surely not least is
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Eiichi. Kanagawa over here in San Francisco.
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He has gotta be it's gotta be a night by now or a bear.
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Call us up and get us. knighthood. Yeah, call these
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people up, landline. Be here. Anyway, we want to thank all
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these folks for making this show. 1526 possible.
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Thank you so much for the value for value of course. Huge thanks
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episode 1526 Our formula
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is this. We go out for yet people in the mouth
2:26:07
as you heard we got a couple of birthdays to celebrate today
2:26:09
Professor Brian Tobias in wishes his wife Cynthia belated
2:26:13
birthday on the 29th sure John Kumar February 2 Sir Tommy Hawk
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wishes his grandmother normally bomber Happy Birthday turns 9595
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today 95 There's still hope Laura coupe best wishes for a
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husband Craig Ortiz. His birthday is tomorrow huddart
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burl her husband CNI. Turns 33 On the fifth at the ladies
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coming in for their man I love it. And finally Baron of
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Southern Illinois is Happy Birthday to Michelle Hawkins and
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I want to say happy birthday to Brian there and Wimberly Happy
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