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And as I mentioned earlier on the program there is communication and I'm sure that's a good intelligence department inside a state and local law enforcement have somewhat of a handle certainly the fans operate and they monitor this stuff twenty four seven even without riots and what's going on around the country they look into the dark web they look into these channels of communication but there's no doubt about it that there is communication in many of the city's among these groups and there are scouts that are being used to find areas that are not under police protection and they'll call those locations out and they'll get their groups to go to these areas where there are no cops in sight to go ahead and destroy and burn and vandalize it cetera so that's what's going on on the police radios in many locations are cops will use the term air mail you know what that means we've got air mail airmail is what the police use as the terminology for stuff is getting chucked at them whether it's bricks whether it's bottles whether it's Molotov cocktails whatever so the cops referred to things that are being thrown at them as air mail and I think it's pretty self explanatory why they're calling it air mail have you ever seen so much of the F. word written out on television in the entire history of my life I have never seen F. you and then of course the rest of it I've never seen that on television more than I've seen it with the news coverage on fox news on CNN MSNBC ABC NBC CBS the imagery as I cruise the internet's I have never seen the F. bomb so much in written form a spray painted everywhere on buildings on police cars on storefronts on monuments on statues you main streets and sidewalks and what you're seeing with this F. bomb in a lot of cases is the F. word written out and then twelve what does F. twelve mean anybody curious well twelve is slang for police and there a couple of other but there are a couple reasons on one Y. twelve is there a couple of story lines on that which I can tell you but if you've been watching plenty of TV and you see the F. word spray painted and it says twelve so F. twelve twelve refers to the pope Paul refers to the police and according to various sources the twelve apparently has some specific meaning to the D. E. A. the a unit or some type of terminology with twelve refers to the drug enforcement agency or even a local narcotics squad for your local police department being called the twelve so that's one of the reasons then of course you have the obvious Adam twelve the T. V. show some suggest that the the the twelve for police might come from the TV show Adam twelve back in the day you have a song lyrics for instance some are suggesting that the twelve might have started in Atlanta or possibly Oakland California I don't know that for sure but the twelve has been used in some hip hop songs for instance a song by a hip hop artist out of Atlanta Migos M. I. G. O. S. M. one of their songs they've got the F. twelve and the lyrics are throw that S. bomb throw that **** bomb twelve outside and what that means is for roll your drugs away because the cops or the D. E. A. are coming inside to get rid of your drugs there's also a suggestion that the twelve might refer to twelve on a jury I think that's less likely anyway the twelve refers to the police only C. F. and then twelve it means F. the police essentially also you might see F. twelve F. you and the rest of the word and then twelve but you might also see one three one two four eight cab AC A. B. one three one two and a C. A. B. if M. if anybody said to you what does one three one two and a cab A. C. A. B. one of those have in common well aid cab is a term for all cops are **** A. all see cops A. R. N. B. for **** and then the one three one two that's just the numbers substituting the letters of the alphabet so one being eighty three being C. A. being one and then to being be the positions in the alphabet numerically and that's where the one three one two comes from so if you're seeing all this spray paint all over the place for signs being held up that's the origin of that look at the stuff you're learning here from air mail to F. twelve it's center if you want to weigh in on the president by the way I love to take your phone calls coming up in just a bit eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine do you agree with trump yelling at the governors do you think the president should does say the governor's get your flippant acts together and let's get some force out there I cannot disagree with trump you can not let the anarchy you cannot let the destruction going on in these cities the governors the mayors city officials they've got a use heavy duty force that I don't know whether it was just I attempted behavior situation where they don't wanna potentially instigate that the police were already under fire you can't let these thugs destroyed your town's do you agree with the president or do you disagree with the president I fully agree with trump on telling these governors that they have got to get much more forceful and quit looking like weaklings in dealing with these monsters eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine is the nationwide number here on Schmidt before I go to calls I want to go through my pile as I've discussed on some of the interesting elements some of the arrests some of the interactions a man was fatally shot by Kentucky authorities during a protest in not low level so the man who was fatally shot early this morning in Kentucky a current of a law enforcement tried to break up a very large crowd the local police and National Guard soldiers responded this was just after midnight this is that a supermarket parking lot where there was a a big crowd gathered this was reported by W. L. K. Y. T. V. Anil cops and National Guard soldiers they start breaking up the crowd when somebody opened fire law.

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