Don Lemon, Nikki Haley, Kamala Harris discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show


I'll say this our approach with China is going to continue to be calm, resolute, and practical. And we have said this before, we are going to continue to keep our airways, our communication lines open and continue to have those conversation as we have been before the China surveillance balloon and after. Yeah, now that's what it feels like. It feels like calm, resolute, practical. That's what this feels like. Meanwhile, according to Politico, every couple of days, you get an article about how senior Democrats like this guy is really way too old to be running for president of the United States. Now, again, they are wedge Joe Biden. He ain't going anywhere. They're going to prop his formaldehyde written body onto a Dolly and wheel it around campaign stop to campaign stop where someone will manipulate his face. And then they'll just move on. And we'll all pretend everything is fine, because this is what we do. In American politics these days, we take people who clearly are not mentally capable for jobs, and then we just put them out there for political purposes apparently. That's totally fine with the media. But Politico has a piece titled senior Democrats a private take on Biden. He's too old. They worry a lot about an 82 year old nominee, but fear the battle over Kamala Harris that would ensue if he pulls out. High level Democrats are rallying to President Biden's reelection, not because they think it's in the best interest of the country to have an 82 year old start a second term. But because they fear the potential alternative, the nomination of Kamala Harris in the election of Donald Trump, not that many of them will say it publicly, at least not that directly. Dean Phillips of Minnesota representative, he says, nobody wants to be the one to do something that would undermine the chances of democratic victory in 2024, but in quiet rooms, the conversation is just the opposite. We could be at a higher risk if this path is cleared. Indeed, they're realizing this guy's too old, and this was the bargain that they made. It was basically run the dead guy against Donald Trump. Knowing that there's no way that he is going to be okay for another, but we'll have to run him. Anyway, now most Americans look at Joe Biden. They think that guy is probably too old to be president of the United States. And he's going to be 86 if he serves a second term by the time he leaves office. 86 years old. We'll have outlived the average American life expectancy by 7 years. By the time he leaves office, if he wins a second term. That's really old. But according to Don lemon, of course, the real person who's over the hill is Nikki Haley, so yesterday, Don lemon, on CNN. On their terrible show new day. He suggested that Nikki Haley was past her sell by date. He said she was not in her prime because women are in their prime in their 20s, 30s and 40s, which is something I definitely need to hear from a gay man. Basically, if Don lemon is not attracted to a woman, then she's not in her prime. Which is a problem for the ladies. Because Don lemon is gay. But in any case, down lemon, who is totally fine with Joe Biden being older than methuselah. Says that Nikki Haley is too old. So yesterday, he had to apologize over this. He wrote in a tweet. The reference I made to a woman's prime this morning was in artful and irrelevant, as colleagues and loved ones with pointed out. And I regret it. A woman's age doesn't define her either personally or professionally. I have countless women in my life who prove that every day. Now, again, Kamala Harris is 58 years old. Hillary Clinton is well into her 60s and was when she ran in 2016. And I will note one thing about Don lemon's superficial apology here. He did not mention Nikki Haley. So he's the one who went after Nikki Haley, saying she's past her prime. And then he didn't mention Nikki Haley and his apology. He just apologized to all women. Yes, all women everywhere were wondering what Dunlop and thought about them. Sure. Haley tweeted on Thursday liberals can't stand the idea of having competency tests for older politicians to make sure they can do the job. By the way, it's always the liberals who are the most sexist. Yeah, I mean, again, the thing that lemon is upset about is the pasta is what Haley actually suggested was a mental competency test for people above the age of 75. And so Don lemon is like, well, she's really old. She's 51. 51 is not really old by any stretch of the imagination. That is a younger presidential candidate in today's day and age. So once again, slow clap. The most objective journalism is out there over at CNN. Now, meanwhile, speaking of deeply unsettling occurrences in the media, you've noticed the rise of these chatbots. These chatbots are very disturbing because somebody said in the parameters for the chat bots. There are two reasons. One is, if you're looking at OpenAI, somebody is setting the parameters for the chatbots, deciding on their central values, deciding what rules they can and can not violate. That is one problem. And the other problem is that we are creating AI that is powerful enough that if it exceeds those rules, if it is set free by some nefarious force, it can do some real damage. And so this is the creepiest story of the day. I mean, super creepy. Kevin ruse, who is generally a terrible reporter for The New York Times, but actually did something kind of interesting for a change. Kevin was the same guy who wrote a front page story suggesting Jordan Peterson Dave Rubin and I were mainlining the alt right. In any case, that's who Kevin roose says, but he had a very interesting piece in which he had a conversation with Bing's chat bot, it is a chatbot that was set to be released by Microsoft this week. Last week he said, after testing the new AI powered Bing search engine from Microsoft, I wrote that it had replaced Google as my favorite search engine. A week later, I've changed my mind. I'm still fascinated and impressed by the new bang, and the artificial intelligence technology created by open to AI, which is the maker of chat GPT, and powers it. I'm also deeply unsettled even frightened by this AI's emergent abilities. It's now clear to me that in its current form, the AI that has been built into Bing, which I'm now calling Sydney for reasons I'll explain shortly, is not ready for human contact, or maybe we humans are not ready for it.

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