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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

06:19 min | Last month

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Boomerang tell the pill back day selects. My list bringing my step. Got all the way to the and then the hammer mercilessly. Yes moving on jihad joe. Taliban hero says at the rate he's going bill. Maher will speak at cpac before steve does. I'd book him at cpac perform. He's better at this than me. I mean the guy's a multimillionaire. Comedian movie star the with a tv. Show that ten million people watch on. Hbo of all places is important for the exact same reason. Alex berenson is yes. He's not one of us. Yes but he fundamentally get something here. Here's what's going on. Let's quantify why that's important okay If we were if we were leading an evangelistic mission. Let me rephrase that if we were leading a purely evangelistic mission like the church in acts we would actually not be looking to work with people who don't agree with us. Correct in fact. We'd be worried about being infiltrated by people. That don't agree with us. We'd be getting people very closely. Who agrees with us. I think what. Paul who they made made paul wait for three years to prove himself before he was actually like brought into like the you know a a an official leadership position right. Yep okay so you're constantly and i've read stuff about the early church. How seriously took discipleship. And one of the reasons why was to protect itself externally from external threats. And i mean it wasn't just you came in centers prayer once and you're a member in good standing. It wasn't like that okay like anybody could come but like join different okay. They really people were really vetted not to mention. Can't remember their names and the the story in the church him but the two who withheld part of their and priscilla. That did not go. Well did not go. Well no it did not so there you go now. We're talking about. What is a primarily political endeavor in this case now for those of us that are believers we take that priesthood with us wherever we go into any situation. Okay whether it's the city of or the city of god we take were. We are ambassadors for our for our lord. We take that with us wherever we go. Okay fair yeah but but wall. That responsibility goes with us wherever we go. It is directed in it is directed and applied differently depending on the circumstances. Okay yeah since we are living in in this realm here in a primarily public policy culturally influenced so influential for the for the purposes of political outcome process. There aren't enough of us to to just say we'll we'll hand this on our own we. There aren't enough of us to grab the infinity gauntlet thanos style at the age of altron slap on and say well. Let's do this ourselves. We just can't call the huddled masses out of the silent majority out of the pews. And just say we'll just leave bill maher to do whatever decadent thing he's doing. Hbo we we we. We are in charter. There's not therefore we need another layer of membrane peer another layer of skin another layer of installation on a house and what we need and and because of and by the way that layer doesn't exist. Then what happens is you get into that. Zero-sum game we're all afraid of where there's only two impulses us in them and they're coming after us. Eventually we feel like we've got to defend ourselves from them right here we go. How do we avoid that is there. Is there a middle layer of people who still believe in some form of objective truth even if they have different different ideas of how to respond to it but that some things are objectively true. Do those people does that. Does that level of citizenship still exist in america. Frankly might be the only thing that had that stops us from devolving into eighteen to four sumpter all over again. And that's why when we've come upon people like naomi wolf or bill maher now as i said yesterday bill maher is doing this. Show just book ended by Check the box shots at donald trump in conservatives so he maintains a street cred but then he says in the middle of those things sounds a lot like this program right okay. I think it's important for the alex berenson's and bill maher's nine least people are the same by the way but they're not us either and so it's important to find people who truly want to live in a fact based free society because finding that next layer of people may be what what stops this from devolving into lord of the flies at this point. Yeah next up. We'll go to joel underwood. Who says we are under divine judgment. Which makes twenty twenty two and twenty. Two thousand four irrelevant. We need wholesale national repentance before god or the decay will continue until the country is shell of itself. Well the the second part is definitely true. The first part you can't you know not the day or the hour. You can't be certain. Yeah i think. I i would say which makes them less relevant. I'll yes. I really agree with that. I mean if you get if if republicans under kevin mccarthy ended up with a thirty or forty seat majority next year. I don't know that it changes this show that much. Frankly you know so. I mean i agree because the issues that we're dealing with here now so spiritually foundational that just your typical are versus de tribalism. Talking point my partier were beyond. We're so beyond that now. Okay so i certainly think they are less relevant but right now go tell somebody who lives in florida right now. The twenty twenty two election irrelevant. How about right here in iowa. Go tell somebody lives in. Kim reynolds is iowa. The two thousand twenty two election is irrelevant. Which if you'll remember as the reason why i turned around you have decided to vote for trump in the first place because of the very yes. You're making yes. They're not that that's going too far..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:11 min | Last month

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Any effort to bring our troops out any effort to end. Our military presence in afghanistan was going to be filled with heartbreaking scenes and difficulties that i think the biden administrations vantage. That as well as it could be managed under the circumstances we replaced it. And now this the uk daily mail has produced a transcript allegedly of the final phone call in july between president biden and now former presidents of afghanistan ghani ahead of the us's withdrawal from the country part of the transcript from tied and reads quote. I need not tell you. The perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan i believe is that things are not going well in terms of the fight against the taliban and there is a need whether it's true or not there is a need to project a different picture and quote and now moving on into a rapid fire hodge podge of stories of note in canada prime minister justin trudeau as telegraphing. The spirit of the ages next moves what we learned from this climate. This cova crisis. We will be applying to the climate crisis to the housing crisis to reconciliation to making sure that everyone has good jobs and careers that carry them through and create opportunities for their kids. Some great news in texas as of today it is now illegal to murder an unborn baby. Who has six weeks along or older. This comes after the. Us supreme court didn't act on an emergency request to stop the law from taking effect by today disallowed the policy to move forward despite some ongoing court challenges in california. A judge is forced l. a. county and the state government to pay a total of eight hundred thousand dollars to grace community church. That's the one pastored by john. Macarthur after the church incurred fines from the county and the state were defying their indoor worship bands last year during the lockdowns settlement avoids further litigation. On the matter. The nfl players association has opened an investigation into jacksonville. Jaguars head coach. urban meyer. After meyer said he considered his players vaccination status in his decision whether or not to cut them from the final roster. A federal judge yesterday hit the brakes on western michigan. University's vaccine mandate one day after four. Soccer players sued saying the policy violated their religious beliefs. Another study out of the university of louisville find surprise mask mandates did little to nothing to halt the spread of cove nineteen in two thousand twenty the country of israel the first in the world to vaccinate the majority of their population and the first country to vaccinate eighty percent of adults now has the highest current case rate in the entire world to senior leaders at the food and drug administration are stepping aside marian gruber and phil kraus both of whom have been at the agency for over thirty years. Say they're irritated. That the cdc and by extension the white house are making decisions about the vaccines specifically the booster shots that they should actually be making at the fda teacher. In sacramento california was the target of project. Veritas latest sting gabriel. Gpa was caught on camera describing the atmosphere he creates in his high school classroom sacramento organization. That is under. The banner of antibodies is very loosely organized right..

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Charlie Kirk Says COVID-19 Is Not the Leading Cause of Death

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Kirk Says COVID-19 Is Not the Leading Cause of Death

"The right thing to do. How big of a threat is the chinese corona virus. Well every single day in the united states according to data that is publicly available as of two thousand nineteen one thousand eight hundred people die of heart disease. Why don't we lockdown burger king mcdonalds and wendy's and not locked down businesses of people that are trying their best to get by in fact. Why would we lockdown gymnasiums when people are actually literally trying to get healthy by the way this is daily. Let me just reinforce this. This is daily. One thousand eight hundred people die. Every single day of heart disease one thousand six hundred forty of cancer four hundred seventy by accident four hundred thirty of chronic lower respiratory disease. Four hundred ten of stroke their three hundred thirty of alzheimer's and now cova deaths are below three hundred twenty four. In fact yesterday there was seventy one confirmed cova deaths. Seventy one confirmed cova debts. And if you look at category by category last year included zero to seventeen years old three hundred and forty people died involving with one thousand nine hundred and alex berenson says that that is almost immeasurable. Statistically fifty one thousand two hundred thirteen people died from all causes from ages. Eighteen to twenty nine two thousand four hundred ninety three people died from coverted and ninety six thousand six hundred twenty five from all causes from thirty to thirty nine years old. Seven thousand one hundred forty five people died from cove in nineteen allegedly and one hundred thirty seven thousand people eight hundred forty nine from all causes you go category to category. Do you know that cova was not the leading cause of death for any single age group including last year including eighty five years and older including seventy five to eighty four. It was not the leading cause of death for any category or any group.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"About this during the break. Look at the way they message on the on the vaccine anthony. Fauci doesn't come out and say listen. Okay i i understand that. We just had an a contentious election. I understand we're in a political atmosphere. My jobs to rise above all of that and i'm just interested in public health and i don't care if you've who you voted for or how many times you voted or how you voted last year. I'm trying to stop bit from wreaking havoc in our society. That's my job. And i think there's some misconceptions out there about these vaccines. I don't wanna see this get politicized so let me address a few of them. Is that what we're seeing. No he goes. He goes on very partisan outlets. These are red states You know you've politicized this all. The language is authoritarian in nature because culture authoritarian. How dare you not sign up for the group. Think how dare you think for yourself. How dare you ask contrarian questions you're the one that's letting us all down. That's the same kind of language that is being used here and it's going to be used in the future on. Virtually every debate that we want to half yes. It is steve so fake news or not. Throughout human history our species has typically been prone to ignore potentially cataclysmic events in favor of comfort and carrying on with our daily lives however for perhaps the first time a segment of the american population is bound and determined to turn covid nineteen into the apocalyptic event. Hit never was this morning it. That's absolutely true news this morning. I'm guessing no my routine by now when i'm not doing this for a living or getting prepped. If i'm listening to something outside of work for wind down it's usually something church related or sports related right some. I'm at the gym today. And i'm listening to sports podcast. And and the guest on the podcast is one of the biggest college football writers in the country. Dennis dodd from cbs. Sports and dennis dodd is openly admitting on this pot that this this this is the first time. He's been out of his home in fifteen months that he went to an he went to Kind of a college football muggy mu- gathering and in phoenix last back in may and then he's going to. Sec media days here in a couple of weeks and he goes. i'm. I'm frankly. This point. I just i just need to see people and i wanted. I wanted to get like philosophically disdainful at this. You know what i'm saying. But on a human level harshest broke for this guy regardless of what his ideology is or is belief system is and i'm guessing that's opposite of ours. He's still made in the image of god man. Jesus came to set the captives three free. This guy highly educated highly intelligent is captive to his fear. Told us he just. I would guess see somewhere in his fifties i would guess and and maybe there's a story i don't know maybe he's pre diabetic or something. But he didn't you think you'd mentioned something like that right And he didn't and i'm and so. This is a guy whose life has been traveling around the country to cover the main game in college football every week and he's done it most of most of our lives fans like all of aaron's life he's been around okay you would think the natural human inclination when when that's your job that as a man even christian men struggle not to find their ultimate meeting in their jobs right let alone secular ones. That's your identity. That's your worth. That's you're calling and something comes along to take that away from you. Isn't the natural human inclination to be. No i'm not buying that. Because i don't wanna give up. That's my idol. In a way right right. i don't want to give that up. Who might who's dennis dodd. If i'm not as superior nationwide college football writer who am i instead. Steady willingly gave it up instead. He couldn't give it up fast enough instead he was like. Wow what a shinier. More impressive idle. Let me let me clutch this one instead and i do think that's new. I think it's it's certainly. If there's other moments in human history where the populist desired oppression desired it for For of an apocalypse it's not the normal human clay inclination. It certainly isn't in the western tradition. I mean the reason why. The story of superman's origin were his father. Jurrell brings to the elders that the planet krypton is gonna blow up and they don't wanna listen the reason that resonates is because that's how we typically respond right right. I don't want to give my life up. I'm complacent at leisure technology. I like my my wife. I don't want to just hand. All no we reversed the story now. The scientists jurrell ran the test and the plan. it's fine. they may be some minor adjustments here there. And i think we're gonna be okay but the elders the owners of crypt on her like no. This thing's going to blow up now and now that now they want to run giral out of town because he won't tell him that the planet will blow up. That's what that's what we did with this and enlisting dennis dodd talk about this on this podcast this morning just hammered this point that you just made home. We didn't natural particularly male instinct is to is to have to lock that guy in a room so he doesn't just get out and try to violate every covert order to go to every game anyway. Right nope now. He's he's gotta be begged and cajoled to come back out. That ain't the way this works.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"I don't think you had a chance to see this yet. Todd did jason whitlock shows fearless. Yesterday and i was. I came on to discuss the piece. I had written for the blaze over the weekend about fox news. And are they going to stand by tucker carlson. Now that he's going to war against the nsa and everything else and we got into an overall big picture conversation about the state of alternative slash conservative media and at the end. He asked me an interesting question. I thought that i did not see coming. He asked me. If i thought our book had influenced tucker's willingness or capability to go to use his far larger platform to go pretty hard at kobe and dr fauci and he said the reason he asked me that is because as someone who watches tucker's monologue and show almost every single night. That's jason talking. He thinks the answer to that question is yes and my answer was i will first of all. That's very kind and we would love it if someone with a bigger. We didn't write the book so that the information would just stay in and amongst us right. I mean we. We didn't do this show every day and put everything out on social media for the last year and a half just to keep it amongst ourselves. I mean we all are doing broad casting. We're we're trying to stop this from happening. The country and due to be phenomenal people with bigger platforms than us. Want to pick up the batat and say hey man. Let's amplify which you're trying to do in my own way because in our own way. That's what we did. And i mentioned some names on jason show. Yesterday i pointed out. Hey we've got more footnotes in this book than pages which means we used other people's work more than we worked on this our selves. And whether it's an namedrop rational. Ground our buddy jordan shackle guys like alex berenson mean these are all people we have a bigger platform then and yet they're work was instrumental in helping us with our own or formulating much of our own at the exact same time so just as we used our platform that's bigger than theirs to amplify. What the work that they had done. I'd be beyond honored if we if we found out at some point in the future that the guy swinging the biggest stick and all of conservative media right now used some of our own. That's that's what we did in this book. I'm convinced there was a period. There were watch tucker show it. It's been a couple months. But i i did. Try to watch it regularly. Because the tour de force it came to be. And i'm convinced not just not just the book but our entire show. There's somebody working over there just the language that is used. It's of course we're talking about the same things. But i firmly believe That somebody's got on there. I what we're doing and for that. I say amen amen i. I would love it if we found out they did with us. What we did with jordan and alex and All the people at rational ground. Just who's the married couple in florida. Is it the cabrera's is that their last name. Who just did a lot of this independently on their own right and were that were that. Were just invaluable. Those kinds of people were invaluable in helping us to do even better what we were going to try to do anyway. So if we found out later on that some of our work got into the into the upper echelon just as we took somebody some other people's work into hours that's to me that's that's how an ecosystem is supposed to work around. Here is too much work to be done for us to be doing it. All on our own. i mean. that's why my twitter feed. I have my takes. But i try to use it as a mini drudge. Report of what the drugs used to get. You guys need to get a lot of information these days as quickly as possible. And that's what. I try to provide so we have two chapters left to look out. Look at falcon bargain this week. We're looking at which chapter branch davidian cult one of the I think it's it's arguably the most important chapter in the entire book as we move forward as a people because you you watched i think a template form here that is going to be emulated on issues across the board from this time forward and so let's talk about it and listen especially with the montage and what we just heard from Alex and heck we were talking about off. Air weekly steve. I've had a lot of fun doing these chapters asking some silly questions or getting it points in silly ways. No i'm i'm in the mood and i'm deadly serious with this one. We need a. What are you prepared to do. Diagnostic about this word cult. Because we've been talking about it. It's trendy madness That goes on. It's this even though it's dying in some ways it's growing in other ways. The cult keeps coming in new versions and we need. It's not just a word. We use for rhetorical flair. That's right what is it. what are we doing. Quantified it this way on purpose because we believe it would be replicated on issues across the board going forward. So what's the next big fight after lockdowns and masks so we had so the next. Big fight is the vaccination fight. We're good to go door to door. Okay you're a terrible person if you don't we're not going to make an objective case look at the way we were talking about this during the break. Look at the way they message on the on the vaccine anthony. Fauci doesn't come out and say listen. Okay i i understand that..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Exception trump attorney general lss apparently just discovered the rnc is bad with very very limited exception. The party this party is worthless has been so we actually need to be egged on negatively we respond to negative reinforcement. And guess what guys. I come to you today. If if you've not already felt it. I now bring you glad. Tidings of great joy negative reinforcement is one of my special gifts. It's one of my spiritual gifts fact. My kids tell me. I'm very good at negative reinforcement okay. We don't respond to positive reinforcement. We don't so what we need. Is we need them to go as nuts and as far as possible and like this next year before republicans then capitalize on and on the ballot box and we all go into a slumber and everything is just simply about whether trump goes ahead and runs again in two thousand twenty four and not about anything else while they still run the country and do whatever they want to us. We need them to do this all to us now so that we will see more loudon county. Virginia's so instead of getting a half dozen emails. I don't have time to respond to asking me. How do i push back on vaccine. Mandates i'm getting a hundred we need then to go all in all the way. No decorum have a sitting president. Sit five feet from the stage and have america's arguably largest most powerful network. Espn just not acknowledged him while it acknowledges someone who did a guest star on some nickelodeon show in ninety five instead more of that more pile on the insults shovel more dirt in our faces. Whip it out urinate right in our mouths and tell us it's raining because we have proven anything short of that. We will look to slap condoms on societal collapse. In order to make it safer in the hopes that we may slow it down no man. Nah cut that thing off. It's violating me. Somebody told me recently. I make too much too many ideas crude sexual imagery in order to make very explicit and blatant points. Here's how i respond to complaints like that this morning. I actually went into my bible and searched for hebrew and greek words translated as harlot or whore. I found eighty eight of them. I found that eighty eight instances where the word of god uses that explicit language to describe us some very good company grow a set. No no no no no no no no go all the way do it all.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Unfiltered uncensored Clips of the program are coming up here today. Oh don't forget his well. Dac again that's spell the last name coming up today we're gonna get an update on vaccine data from the one and only alex berenson. He will be joining us here at the bottom of this hour for a segment. You do not want to miss. I've had a handful of you. That's like the third word. I could not pronounce already today. Were two and a half minutes into the show. Three things were crooked. And i can't talk. We're off to a great start. Guys your thoughts. Maybe running is your thing. If that's my thing we're all doomed here. How are you yes. So i've i've had like a half dozen of people of of you. Email me in the last day looking for vaccine data about Going pushing back on your place of work or your kid's school. And i think my answer to all of you has included. Just look at the last. Three weeks of post on alex berenson's twitter feet and so we'll give you a summation of those things in real time coming up here at the bottom of this our next hour we will continue as we wind it down. We've got two chapters left to go for our series during fake news or not looking at our best selling book. Faustian bargain the most powerful dangerous bureaucrat. In american history and then we will have pop culture tuesday and we will look at the latest release from the mcu. Black widow will give a review. And then a spoiler free as we possibly can if you have not seen it yet and then also talk about where we think. The mcu is going. Because i frankly do not know. I have no clue where this is going. And i'm becoming getting to the conclusion. It may not be going anywhere. They're just they're not sure. Ultimately words going yet and they just want to expanded into different areas and introduced different characters. And that's okay too. And so maybe we should recalibrate our expectations along those lines. So we'll get into all of that and more coming your way but we begin as we always do with errands. Rundown of what happened while we were away. What happened. Well we were away brought to.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

07:25 min | 9 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Live here? He lives here. Oh, make Chris God bless you. I love your show. Good morning, Kristin. Thank you so much for keeping us sane. Chris, Your show is the reason why I get up before then. Thank you for listening. I look forward to having your questions in another time, but I'm off to another event. This is Philadelphia's morning answer with Krista Go on Philadelphia's Am 9 80 the answer back with our friend Al experience and so grateful for his time. He is a man in demand. I have spoken with him now for the better part of a year, and I was really, really grateful to make friends with him early on in this Virus. You know, back when I think people of goodwill and of good faith we're all very look, This was back in a time. You know, almost a year ago when I invited and had a cordial conversation with Dr Rachel Levine, the health secretary of Pennsylvania, who now is about to be appointed the deputy health secretary of the United States, for Heaven sakes, unbelievably, but so we bring back Alex Berenson, who You know, has talked with us for the better part of a year. Lots has changed since then. Alex Berenson, the UN reported truths of lockdowns and covert 19. The both pamphlets available at amazon dot com, and I hope you get them, Alex. I mean, Let's go back to the beginning, when right people of goodwill we're all concerned, and we didn't know when we wanted answers. Oh, I mean, I think you know, I think that's a really good place to start, you know, a year ago. Uh, you know, ah, year ago at this time, right? We were really starting to hear about this virus in Wuhan. And you know, there were these stories of people dropping dead and emergency rooms being overrun. The Chinese had just, you know, they just done this lock down a hard lockdown of tens of millions of people. And look, I was scared. People were scared and, you know, actually, it's funny. The market the suffering people react very much at that time and And I remember talking to a friend of mine. Who, you know who is a retired hedge fund manager. He said. Well, remember the first stars that sort of came and went. These things come and go, But a lot of people didn't think that And and and and and then it started to spread, and people got very, very scared. I think you know, I think, really, when it spread to Italy, or, you know, sort of spread visibly to Italy because he know now he was spreading out of China. Or for months. You know, before anybody knew about it's just a normal paying attention, But when it hit when it hit Italy, people got very, very scared. And that triggered this. You chain reaction which we still have not been able to get out of Now, if you said to me last year, or if I did you you're not going to know anybody who died from this most likely first light and you're certainly not going to know anybody who's died from this who wasn't 75 or 80. And sick. You would have said to me, okay? I mean, that sounds that sounds like we're gonna get through this pretty well. And if I said you, you know, there's never gonna be a situation where a hospital in a major city Um, you know, is overrun with the dead or, you know, or even can't take patients who are you know who get in a car accident? Because there's no beds for that person. You would have said to me, okay? And if I'd sent you, by the way, no kids, we're going to die from this. I mean, essentially, no kids. Aren't already very sick are going to die from this. You decide that's great. And and if I'd said to you and you know, it looks like it looks like You know, most people under 50, who again are very sick are going to have a very mild course of this. Yes, they might be sick. They might be laid up for a couple of days. They might have a fever, but really, it looks like they're gonna be fine. You said that's great. And then if I paid you, and a year later, we would be living with masks. And partial lockdown and school closures and international travel restricted and you know terror in the you know large parts of the country or or, you know, not part of the country, but people in the country that tens of millions of people in the country would still be afraid to leave their houses. You'd have said to me. What are you talking about, Alex, but that doesn't make any sense. You're right. It doesn't make any sense. And Alex fast forward into January, 6th which a lot of people make political I would ask you when you saw the events of January 6th. I haven't talked to you since then. On the events of the capital. It was what I thought. Of course. It was around the political event that day the certification of the electoral college vote, but I wondered how much of that was co vid frustration? Do you think I mean, it's possible that some of the other honestly I think, right I thought was a disaster. I immediately thought fertilizer. Trump reacted terribly. But it was immediately obvious to me that the left was going to use this against the right there. You know, First of all, it was disgusting. Let's be honest. It was disgusting. What happened And it was a failure of policing and it was a failure of Honestly, sir, the Republican Party to you know not to just say Look, the election is over. And you have a president that should have happened. Okay, But but but the counter attacked that you know, the left really saw an opportunity and they have I mean, the fact that they shut down Parlor, which you know parlor is was the competitors to Twitter, which is now sort of semi back up. But but Amazon essentially put parlor out of business in a matter of days. Uh, you know, claiming that it's somehow had excited this violence, which is not touch. Um, you know, there's plenty of hate speech on Twitter. There's he talked Facebook all these things. Social Media platforms have lots of angry speech of them. Um, uh, I don't want to give Don't want to give the people who attacked the capital on album Okay? No, I don't either. I just think is a collective population. I we are As you know better than anybody. We're this is not going away. I just tweeted today. It seems to me that the ruling class has now risen up in a very profound way from from social media folks. You know the big tech folks the Wall Street folks were seeing with this hedge fund stuff today. I mean, teachers unions. It's like all the power structure has reasserted that reasserted itself. You got the troops in the streets in D. C. It's like they're all back with a vengeance, and they're telling the American public sit down and shut up. We're back and we're in control, and it's at a time when the public is extremely ground down. And tired and I think Cove. It is a lot to do with that is all my point is well, I mean, look, I think there's something that I look, I think you could draw a line from the black lives matter purchased over the summer. Which were just as you know, there were more violent than what happened to Kevin. But it just wasn't the captain. Okay, so and that doesn't matter. Okay? And it doesn't matter that the president didn't speak out against it. So I don't wanna give people a pass. But, yes, our people acting out right now because they feel powerless and unemployed and frustrated, and they don't understand when you know how this could be so terrible when they don't know anybody who died. Um yeah, And and, you know, there's another place. You see it, by the way, which is which is serving the ultimate death of despair and loneliness, which are overdosed. Yes, which which are skyrocketing National, Okay, we don't You know, we count every code that the second it happened. You know, a bell goes off on CNN and you know, somebody gets a raffle ticket..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Small business owners pack up and move away in with aerospace there were certain I mean primarily in southern California but there are certain areas that were heavily depended on it if the small business owners in mass leave the state of California that's going to hit every single county that's gonna kill every single community in it's going to be devastating they were we don't there will be an all hall of the middle class and upper middle class in California and New York will become even more than they are now places of super rich and the poor and you know you know what would have to displace all become like Columbia right I mean I'm still where you're actually yeah exactly I mean and that that will be bad for everybody to so you know I look there's a lot of it a lot but I don't understand about this but the yet the political response in the blue states and why these governors don't want to do everything possible to get themselves re opened right now is another one maybe maybe they you know they're looking at the polls and Cuomo saying you know what I got a twenty five percent bond you know in April from this and I'm gonna worry about I'm gonna worry about re opening on my numbers go back down I don't Alex Berenson we're gonna have to leave it there always fascinating chatting with you thank you so much for if you are all that you do thank you and don't forget to follow Alex on Twitter at Alex Berenson let's go ahead and take a look at the roads KBC dependable traffic vandalize the four five south bound before victory crash blocking the two right lanes and stop traffic from Roscoe north is heavy from the little one the van when commerce on the seven ten south bound between the five in Florence left lane closed for bridge work flow through that work zone Downey on the six oh five north bound before the five cross clear to the right shoulder it's stop and go from the one oh five banning on the ten eastbound near twenty second street Caltrans has two right lanes closed you got slow traffic through their industry and Ontario are slow on the sixty eastbound because a Caltrans worker has some lanes closed that's dependable traffic I'm.

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Lines At Food Banks Grow Longer By The Week

Morning Edition

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Lines At Food Banks Grow Longer By The Week

"Ten thousand cars waited hours in line for emergency food assistance in San Antonio last week a drone photograph of the pack parking lot circulated across the country maybe solace I mean these were some of the more than twenty million unemployed Americans many of them recently laid off because of the pandemic and here's John Burnett reports that lines at food banks like this across the country are growing longer every week huge food warehouse on the outskirts of San Antonio is stacked four stories high with apples oranges and watermelons the taters tomatoes and onions chicken ground beef tater tots a quartet of forklifts working like soldier ants is filling a truck with Alex Berenson the stock refrigerated frozen and non perishable and non food items so it moves through our facility at a fairly rapid pace obviously now in the midst of covert nineteen the demand is far outpacing the supply CEO of the San Antonio

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"With Alex Berenson as we get his take on the corona virus and his book tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence will talk to about that as well next hour we're going live to South Africa Michael telling Jr joins us for three hours to talk to watch about vanished civilizations it's an amazing story well we've got live events coming up in Houston Texas Asheville North Carolina Everett Washington fingers crossed for all of them Tom what what we got going here well we sure do got a lot going we call it radio to stage we have three live shows you don't want to miss we're gonna be in Houston Texas on June thirteenth Asheville North Carolina on August twenty ninth and ever Washington September twenty six the right now the focus real quick on the Houston Texas show it's going to be at the hobby center for the performing arts we're gonna have three guests first one is madam of the Texas macabre to Snyder worker in conjure doctor will be the next guest star Kassis and she's gonna do a few readings for folks in the audience and we're gonna end the show with the world's foremost remote viewer major ed dames it's gonna be a ton of fun interviews live music a live band need to call seven one three three one five two five two five for more information and tickets or you can go to the coast to coast am dot com website and all the details for all the shows are right there great thanks a lot time we go back to the New York area to talk with Alex Berenson in just a moment on coast to coast AM there are.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Alex Berenson graduated from Yale University back in nineteen ninety four with degrees in history and economics he then joined the Denver post as a reporter in nineteen ninety six he became one of the first employees at the St dot com which was a ground breaking financial news website back in nineteen ninety nine he then joined the New York times at the times covered everything from the drug industry to hurricane Katrina and he served two stints as a correspondent in Iraq he left the times in two thousand ten to devote himself to writing fiction but conversations with his wife let him do begin researching the science around cannabis and mental illness the project that became the book tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence time permitting tonight with Alex we'll talk about that book as well he has been all over the country and in different stories being quoted as the ex New York times reporter warning about big pivot from officials to justify lockdown strategy and I thought let's bring him on Alex first of All I Want to thank you for the guts for coming forward to talk about this because of that because a lot of things that we believe here on this program so walking to coast to coast Alex pleasure to be on this this coronavirus story is unbelievable it's I've said from the get go that I believed it was concocted in a lab that the media was creating the hysteria what's your take on this now Alex is is is IT insider looking at him basically what I'm I'm not an insider at all I'm really an outsider and really what all turned to look at some of the data that's come out around the coronavirus and who who's really most likely to be affected by a which is very clearly elderly people and people with underlying conditions and questions about you know the bottling that shows the shooter step counts and what that you know whether that model it's been actor which clearly has not been and you know now I think there are questions about these but some of the the the death tolls and hal Walker correction we are a United States and New York City interstate accounting yes you know what I mean it's not it's not a secret that they're doing this is public that they're doing this in a in a fairly aggressive way and you know any questions about the application of the lockdowns and lockdown versus social distancing versus masks I'm I'm I'm I'm not particularly interested in where the the coronavirus came from whether I I doubt it was biologically engineered or anything like that in in general my my explanations for human events in human decision making tend to run towards incompetence and political pressure and people talking themselves into positions that they have a hard time talking about out of I I I don't really believe in grand conspiracy so I may be different than you or me listeners in that way that doesn't mean we don't have a problem that we have a problem we have lock downs that are very very economically destructive and societally destructive and constitutionally destructive and we basically did does in a matter of days he's in mid March and I understand why we did them there was a lot of fear at the time and we hadn't really prepared for this thing will you know inside world we could have and we you know we absolutely hit the panic button and the media encourage that but now that we have a lot more data about the corona virus and it doesn't seem to be quite as scary or is the interest of the general population as we thought you know I think it's it's it's time and past time to consider what we're gonna do next so that's that's my focus and I'm not some insider and I don't have people whispering to me from the C. I. A. K. you know what they really know I I I you know about the corona virus in it I'm not going to that's not a game I'm gonna play so I just I just want to clear but that's as somebody who's been in the media for about a number of years when we look at what was happening as this for started breaking I've never seen media handle a story like this where they were giving us and they still do now daily counts of deaths and infections when they never did this with the seasonal flu were upwards of sixty thousand Americans die every year they never reported on that didn't didn't know know where ever did I see stories about twenty people have died from the flu tonight but with this every day that was account and I think they scared the living daylights out of people and that's really true that part is clearly to first thought you just said you know it's not true that every year sixty thousand there have up to up to up to but yes but but you know the full company does every year and with the exception in the last twenty years of the you know the H. one and one swine flu in two thousand nine nobody pays any attention to it you know it calms and you'd think they'd tell you to get a vaccine and some people do and some people don't and and you know and then if you you know a few people die from it and that's the end of it I I totally agree and we don't count the death this way don't shut down the country this way and you know we we have treated this entirely different and partly I mean you can clearly see several reasons one is you know he came out of China and it was scary yeah okay and it's it's not the flu I mean physically obviously different than the full if the different buyers to see different file by rolled back to the flu and you know sort of the original stars and murders are very we thought so so you know this this has something in common with those of people were scared okay that's one reason a second reason is that you know when it came to the United States where it really hit hard where has it really hit hard what New York City so so what what we know we're near street near city is the media capital of the world so anything that happens in New York City gets magnified and blown out of proportion yeah you know I mean and if if I what this is an important thing so the things that are important get really blown out of proportion and what else we know well I mean people in the media hate Donald Trump I mean a lot of them not all along yeah and let's you know let's end this so if you lived in Brooklyn or if you live in Brooklyn and you you know you were afraid in mid March or late March that this might actually kill you or kill someone you knew and at the same time you hate Donald Trump and you personally blame trump this well there was a there was a hysteria that picked up but you can see in both the articles in the you know in the CNN coverage and the tweets and it was off the charts and it has not gone away and I understand why people are scared but what has happened now is people are actively mislead people in the media and they are actively misleading Americans about what the risks are here so if you look at the rest okay one of the most unbelievable statistics and that is how age stratified the death for him in the best estimate is that more people over the age of one hundred one hundred have died worldwide from this been under the age of thirty this isn't this just does not affect you don unity you know children can get it but they don't get sick from it they don't die from it same with teenagers and people in their twenties also I mean there's gonna be some rare exceptions this stuff just the way you know a plane crash in once in a while it does not even flying is not six this is incredibly age stratified and that doesn't mean that we shouldn't do a lot about it it doesn't mean we should try to protect people but but the strategy of shutting down the country to protect people who are who are in nursing homes is you know it's a crazy strategy but if you're going to be honest you have to be on but he's getting sick and dying in what about the governors who seem to me in my opinion they are petrified of their own personal political career so they all jumped on the same bandwagon going I got to do something to I mean if if the governor of Massachusetts shut down his state I'm gonna shut down mine and I think it begin the mushroom like that in snowball either to your the other ways they're petrified the people people because the media has stepped this all right in favor of this most of the country at least maybe in the last week it has started to change a little bit but in March in in March in late March and early April there was nothing you could do that people wouldn't have support and so and so the government and and by the way it looks the governor of New York state well you know into Cuomo when he said I think we're gonna need a hundred forty thousand bags and you know we're gonna need forty thousand violators those numbers came from a real projection wasn't just making that up so that terror did you know that he I mean he he you know he I'm not gonna say he was terrible but the terror that you could see going through you know state officials was real okay so that happened and there was and there's political gain for for some of these and they didn't want to be accused of doing nothing and they didn't want to give them their number so now where are we were entered worded dangerous spot because anybody who looks at the numbers with it with any sort of reasonable hi right now can see that the threat is not what we thought it was instead of being a hundred and forty thousand bets New York state yet most it's gonna be eighteen thousand beds and that number's going down instead of instead of being forty thousand ventilators near St probably peaked at about four thousand dollars so the projections were off by ninety percent but the problem is the lock down has actually been even worse than we expected a month ago in terms of their economic here in terms of their societal here arguably in terms of their you know constitutional hit and so the sure has proven to be really terrible and the disease has proven to be not as terrible as you thought so if you're a politician you how do you walk away and how do you back off it without blowing up your political career and I think that's where these guys are now absolutely and it stands in some of the mainstream media anchor people these cable news channels they're still getting paid so of course they don't care what's going on and so they jump on the bandwagon of shut the country down let's protect everybody but they're still getting their checks Alex a very very big checks very yeah absolutely what a situation my gosh it's frustrating for a lot of people in the desk out they've got up to about thirty thousand now that they claim have died from the corona virus do you think that include some of the seasonal flow well it's it's it's more complicated than that and you know actually tonight because I'm trying to get you know sort of look at the New York City number so near city has reported about twelve thousand people in the last month has died from from the bars that seventy five hundred oracle confirm another four thousand problem where they actually don't even have a positive test result here's what's confusing all so that's eleven thousand hold that thought right there Alex we're gonna get a break and come back we'll pick it up right there at that spot because that's a very important and then later on this hour let's talk a little bit about your book tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence coast insiders the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iPhone and now android four Dato one above listen live or on demand anywhere anytime go to coast to coast AM dot.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on WTVN

"My Twitter account is Alex Berenson and that's really the best place I never thought I'd say this but I'm so glad Twitter existed has given me a platform for this and people paid attention now I'm obviously not the only one talking about this but it has been so helpful for me I'm so thankful for Twitter Alex Berenson I've said technology is going to be the real competing force with the old media or maybe even the new media and it's very very important the good the bad and the ugly the fact is there is good on that on that internet here and we can all you know we can all talk publicly and in real time and hopefully try to move the ball forward there's not a gatekeeper as their wives you know fifty years ago I agree with a lot of what you're saying I must say I really do and I don't care what the consequences are either I say what I think and I have found you to be very very compelling so keep it up thanks market reporter Bianca and you took up less Alex Berenson he's not presented on grass is former profession he is fascinating he also believes that this virus may have hit California earlier than other parts of the country which makes sense and it had time to work its way through the population in California earlier than other parts of the country he says I don't know but more in a bit a position to test we need to test that because he believes it moved kind of from the west coast and then hit the east coast not across the country in any in any rational way but he just believes that California was probably had earlier and given the the significant Asian American population California and the tourism and the travel between try training California probably right I'll be right back then six ten WTVN.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on WTVN

"We have scheduled a former New York times reporter by the name of Alex Berenson I've been reading his tweets have been following him but very intriguing any may be on to something which is why he's under attack relentless so I want to hear about I mean honest to god folks when you follow what we've been told and I'm not saying this is a conspiracy theory I'm not saying these people are evil but if you're going to shut down our way of life and shut down our economy with every right to be inquisitive and curious we're not part of the lap dog slobbering Democrat party media they hate trump media that's their problem they all have jobs I have a job but about twenty to twenty five percent of our fellow Americans do not and we have to look out for them and I don't just mean massive subsidies I mean to figure out what the hell's going on now the president the United States under attack so I give it a cover not to the president blindly but I I see a press that is so ideological so one way they all talk alike they all look alike they all say the same damn thing they all twisted spin the same damn way they all they all really are effectively Nancy Pelosi in drag one former another they're disrespectful I want to go back to what Anthony Fauci said on the today show last Thursday cut six go the initial projections which took a lot of people's breath away with attention a hundred to two hundred forty the initial projection was a bad flu season he said it once he said it twice he said it three times and actually said on CNBC to I don't happen to have the clip said four times four.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KTRH

"My Twitter account Alex Berenson and that's really the best place I never thought I'd say this but I'm so glad Twitter existed has given me a platform for this and people paid attention now I'm obviously not the only one talking about this but it has been so helpful for me I'm so thankful for Twitter Alex Berenson I've said technology is going to be the real competing force with the old media or maybe even the new media and it's very very important the good the bad and the ugly the fact is there is good on that on that internet here and we can all you know we can all talk publicly and in real time and hopefully try to move the ball forward there's not a gatekeeper as their wives you know fifty years ago I agree with a lot of what you're saying I must say I really do and I don't care what the consequences are either I say what I think and I have found you to be very very compelling so keep it up thanks market reporter Bianca and you took up less Alex Berenson he's now persona non grata his former profession he is fascinating he also believes that this virus may have hit California earlier than other parts of the country which makes sense it had time to work its way through the population in California earlier than other parts of the country he says I don't know but more in a bit a position to test we need to test that because he believes it moved kind of from the west coast and then hit the east coast not across the country in any in any rational way but he just believes that California was probably had earlier and given the the significant Asian American population in California and the tourism and the travel between try training California probably right I'll.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"My Twitter account Alex Berenson and that's really the best place I never thought I'd say this but I'm so glad Twitter existed has given me a platform for this and people paid attention now I'm obviously not the only one talking about this but it has been so helpful for me I'm so thankful for Twitter Alex Berenson I've said technology is going to be the real competing force with the old media well maybe even the new media and it's very very important the good the bad and the ugly the fact is there is good on that on that internet here and we can all you know we can all talk publicly and in real time and hopefully try to move the ball forward there's not a gatekeeper as their wives you know fifty years ago I agree with a lot of what you're saying I must say I really do and I don't care what the consequences are either I say what I think and I have found you to be very very compelling so keep it up OPEC's market reporter Bianca you too god bless Alex Berenson he's now persona non grata his former profession a fascinating he also believes that this virus may have hit California earlier than other parts of the country which makes sense and it had time to work its way through the population in California earlier than other parts of the country he says I don't know the moment a bit a position to test we need to test that because he believes the it moved kind of from the west coast and then hit the east coast not across the country in any in any rational way but he just believes that California was probably had earlier and given the the significant Asian American population in California and the tourism and the travel between try training California probably right I'll be right back then.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Times reporter by the name of Alex Berenson I've been reading his tweets have been falling a bit very intriguing any may be on to something which is why he's under attack relentless so I want to hear about I mean honest to god folks when you follow what we've been told and I'm not saying this is a conspiracy theory I'm not saying these people are evil but if you're going to shut down our way of life and shut down our economy with every right to be inquisitive and curious we're not part of the lap dog slobbering Democrat party media they hate trump media that's their problem they all have jobs I have a job but about twenty to twenty five percent of our fellow Americans do not and we have to look out for them and I don't just mean massive subsidies I mean to figure out what the hell's going on now the president the United States under attack so I give it a cover not to the president blindly but I I see a press that is so ideological so one way they all talk alike they all look alike they all say the same damn thing they all twisted spin the same damn way they all they all really are effectively Nancy Pelosi in drag one former another they're disrespectful I want to go back to what Anthony Fauci said on the today show last Thursday cut six go the initial actions which took a lot of people's breath away with attention a hundred to two hundred forty the initial projection was a bad flu season he said it once he said it twice he said it three times and actually said on CNBC to I don't happen to have the clip said four times four times he's talked about the modeling now he denounces the model any talks about bad flu season that he talks about a hundred to two hundred forty thousand dead then they talk about eighty some thousand dead now we're at sixty thousand maybe less than sixty thousand we have a right to say Hey what the hell's going on this just can't be shelter in place that doesn't make any sense it doesn't hot zones red hot zones go ahead in this country now we have the data not just models with actual data to plug in and and I says do you think the number of fatalities in this country will be significantly lower than not what's fascinating about this is I listen to it now she and her question is saying without she's already set right Mr producer well now that you don't have to deal with the models have the transactional data isn't that the foundry argument I'm I'm gonna tell you something this moving between models and data and then data and data in the back to models without any accountability without any responsibility just say Hey we were wrong Hey we have the wrong model Hey maybe we should put out those numbers because we're not sure other scholars from Stanford from Yale from the university of Chicago and other places were all saying you're wrong you know you're wrong you don't have the data what did they just say that go ahead thousands of two hundred forty thousand.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"A longer story and the keeper there says there doesn't seem to be any correlation between the lockdown of people and whether or not the act of the epidemic has spread wide and fast do you realize how contrary to the conventional wisdom that is I did that those are fighting words from Alex Berenson there doesn't seem to be any correlation between locking people down and whether or not the epidemic is spread wide and fast there might be on I'm not using Berenson here if there's one Berenson there's a bunch of them out there we just don't know who they are there may be a tsunami building as people start to realize that most of what they're being told may not be true may be partially true may not be credible because all of the models have failed all of the models have been wrong or have been wrong if a model has to be tweaked every time new data comes in that's a bad model stop and think you have a model it's gonna project death and hospitalization due to corona virus you plug in your numbers factor in social distancing and hundred thousand two hundred and forty thousand dead then.

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Is What We're Being Told About The Coronavirus Pandemic Wrong

The KFBK Morning News

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Is What We're Being Told About The Coronavirus Pandemic Wrong

"Today okay we're gonna talk a little bit more about a guy named Alex Berenson now if you don't know who he is he's a former New York times reporter and he is making news this morning for his hypothesis about what's going on in this country he's raising a lot of questions and a lot of concerns about the virus predictions and the models that he says were very exaggerated and he says in his estimation it has resulted in serious damage to the U. S. economy here's this clip I'm a journalist and what I what I think I'm pretty good at ease is seeing whether what people say and winds up with what's really happening and unfortunately what we're seeing and what we have seen for the last couple weeks is that the models would have predicted really apocalyptic things in places like New York City and nationally and in the U. K. don't seem to be matching what's going on in reality and in some cases Beasley's epidemiologic models are extremely new they've gone extremely sour in in a matter of Deeks and so I think we really have to ask what's going on here and whether or not there are strategies that might be less damaging to the economy that that would do just as well because we've we've taken huge steps we've you know we've put ten million people out of work more actually because that's the official numbers in just a couple weeks because I'm real societal harm and destruction we've done it on the basis of models that don't seem to line up with reality in real time this is a discussion and debate that's beginning to surface this morning on a pretty evident an emotional level in this country are the steps that we have taken have we gone too far is it been too much of a stretch for this country at the peril of our economic well being right well we can look to a country this done differently the Swedish government continues to advocate for relaxed measures are the Swedish public health agency they're telling citizens cover mouth when they cough or sneeze or wash hands but there's no state home orders all schools are open all businesses are open and everything's just run as it normally does and their infection rate their faith and their fatality rate from infection is over seven percent higher than here much higher it's three percent here in this country they have a seven point six eight percent of the Swedes have tested positive have died in Berenson is saying in his estimation this is an issue of balance maybe social isolation isn't needed in some places some of the data indicates that there are places that have had relaxed social isolation and there has not been the spread that we've seen in New York does it really work do we really need it and at what cost right well and and Sweden went with the herd the herd mentality right thinking okay we'll just kind of let it do what it does do it other flu pandemic or other flus do right and and see what happens and and you know it's getting mixed mixed reviews were saying we we needed a

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New Season, Who Dis?

OUTcast Podcast

08:51 min | 1 year ago

New Season, Who Dis?

"Hey y'all you're listening to. Podcasts celebrates the everyday victories for anyone who has other or like an outcast. We're excited to share with you. Everything that has happened one and giving them two bucks compresses waiting. L. I'm Alex Berenson Recreational prosecutor a professional teacher and assist lesbian and my pronounce. Her today is my next door neighbor. Right next plane eyeball and its offshoots and my pronouns are mine mine. And I'm Willa. Near the poster child for politically anxious aging feels and the Creator of the Foundation a nonprofit organization supports the LGBTQ community with access to help them on this. I'm also assist in my bones. Are He him like Alex? Said this is our first episode of season two and we cannot express how thankful we are for the engagement. We got from season one. This has truly been a passion project for all of us and I'm so happy to be back for more. If you have anything you WANNA HEAR. This season can write us in podcasts. At I m out DOT ORG or sled into our DM's on instagram at outcasts underscore podcasts. I wanted to start today's episode by bringing our listeners up to speed so a little game let's all name. Three things have happened to us. Since the end of Season One L. so highlights would say I went to Israel for the first time for a friend's wedding and I absolutely fell in love with it. There everyone was so nice and I briefly turned into a chickpea for a short time as the Hummingbird I ate chat on so that was really fun at work like my career has really exploded in the last year since we ended season. Once I've been really grateful for that I you guys probably know. I work at Good Morning America so I helped started. Book Club there Beginning to read dozens of amazing books and the best part about that is I don't have to pay for them and finally probably the biggest highlight. I got an instant pot also for free cheap queen and I'm still managed to set the fire alarm but wonderful update. Yeah well Oh yeah so I. I took the L sat three times. I applied to ten law schools and now and may not even decide to go way. Hashtag indecision twenty twenty. I booked in eight week working adventure to Florence Italy because of the aforementioned stress inducing political climate and midlife crisis not And I also. I celebrated two years as a vegetarian And I'm about ninety percent Vegan. So is that like the grades that you get from other. Vegans like wearing leather jacket. Is that an a minus thirteen. Plus plus rexy as I mentioned before i Anna self-professed Cardio Queen and I did a half ironman in Chattanooga and then went to Berlin and ran the Berlin marathon. Ain't got my best time ever. I also watched all fifteen seasons of repulsed drag race and drag race. Uk Catching up on my badge. Because up until this year I had not seen any of it. Shocking gas yeah where. You're going to be watching that EILLY and most transformative -ly this summer. I had a rapid palatal expanders in my mouth and I talks like this for seventy five days and I couldn't say the letter K Because I couldn't tons of the roof of my mouth and I An architect and my name is Roy. Horlock and there are a lot of Kay's in my life but now I'm happy to report that I'm doing okay in your mouth was my mouth beautiful and I'm on week. Twelve of invisible line so brooks was kind of like walking me through what he the dental work done. And he's like. Oh yeah I'm getting a tooth pulled out and I don't think that I fully comprehended which to was. It was the exact front to. He forgot he was getting done. And I think I was down in. He sent me a picture so close up with like a hundred Shins. And then just a giant gap like turnstile at the subway and we have to engineer MOS so plenty. I thought I looked like hockey player. He did you definitely like upside down Madonna. We started out the outcast podcast episode one by talking about the first time we ever felt. This was a big moment for us. Sharing our story to audition for KINGSPORT IDOL. That's right the three thousand person town replication of American with out there and I was doing my little Jennifer Hudson thing and and it was great. It wasn't till after performance with my parents greeted me and they weren't excited and they weren't happy at all. I realize actually quite upset and it turns out that they had heard kind of snickering in the crowd. About how gay I was in the ninth grade and you were an art class. The teachers it was Mrs Shuts. She was a healthy woman and the kids. The very kindly nicknamed her Mrs Ship tits and my friend. Kevin Grabs this Crystal Ball. That she had lying around and he started is such an art teacher. I know so. He took this crystal ball and he started going around the room. Predicting People's and I was like Oh my God. Please let the bell ring before he comes to. He was an ass of a kid in high school and he was just like I knew that he was going to say something and so he got to me and she looked around. Everyone was watching and he said I predict many girls in your future shoot and everyone started snickering first grade and half was happening. And we were sitting in class and a knock obtain Lim ems Boykin Linden these ladies and they were passing out cheerleader tryout forms you know slowly fuck peewee football. You're really cheering for these. Six Year olds trying to play of all three months which is adorable and so I took one bill like you sure in two other guys took them my friend Daniel. This is in Texas in Texas in small town Texas confrontations population at the time. Forty five hundred so I took one and my mom and she's like she was like you know that people make fun of you. I was like I know but my real friends won't make fun of me. Allies was of the open as we age. We all I got from. That is whenever I get excited. My accent comes out but now I WanNa talk about twenty twenty. It's the New Year. I know we were already well into the air. But it's the dawn of our new season. I love goal setting last year. I asked that we all pick an Emoji of the year. Our spirit emoji. Let's listen to what we all chose. And then I'd like to give our listeners at home and update. I think that my Emoji for the year is going to be the Kissy faced with a heart. John Let's say and then you have one. That has yeah. She won art. I I don't like the Kissy faced with no heart because it looks like the way that children draw the giants Jarvis bad and so Michael Return nineteen is a but in D- I think pretty much. Just a but yeah. I WANNA work toward the bike. So I think is the crosswalk little story about. Why and the reason is if you've ever read this book called and don't see the movie it's fucking terrible. Eat pray love. I know I found his Any pre loved. She is challenged by a group of friends to find a word that means something to her so at the beginning of the book. They're like what's your word like I'm fucking up. And by the end of the book she is in Italy and she over hears her Italian friend across the street saying Ottaviano but it means to literally to crossover both in across loch but also to make a transition

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Alex Berenson author of tell your children the truth about marijuana metals and violence to do a quick search on the toxicants found in marijuana smoke you mentioned something earlier allergy since a social justice warrior issue meaning that if people put down marijuana or dear to would met that it's not for them for example in plain simple English they'll be seen as an outsider some kind of right wing not like their grandfather couldn't smoke marijuana or in this case chew an edible but if if you look at the marijuana smoke per se let's let's go back to marijuana smoke which I touched on earlier high levels of ammonia hydrogen cyanide more so than in tobacco smoke ammonia levels were twenty times higher in marijuana smoke then enter back smoke hydrogen cyanide nitric oxide aromatic Amin's occurred at level three to fight five times higher in the marijuana smoke then in cigarette smoke so we all know avoid cigarettes I don't smoke we know it's a killer why don't we know about the dangers of marijuana what is this this will happen eventually Alex you and I both know the pendulum will swing I don't know when it's going to happen but it won't be soon I don't know when it's gonna happen either and I don't know how many people actually her for you know or die as a result it's the part that is definitely happy so what what what what it's a friendly in marijuana is because that in from which is the most important discussion of all your friend here you know as I'm sure a lot of your listeners know it's a terrible psychotic this is a terrible disorder terrible by fall but mode you know the most prominent feature of it is that the people have psychosis they also have negative symptoms meaning oftentimes they can't get out of bed they can't work they can organize their lives in any way but they also have these terrible psychotic Boston hear voices that have finish the evidence is very strong if you use marijuana as a teenager depending on when you start using and how much you use can the potency of what you're using that your your your risk of developing schizophrenia is somewhere between two to six times that of the knowledge is way way this is very important if you smoke marijuana as a team your risk of even if you quit the marijuana of developing a psychotic state goes up even when you quit well so yeah I mean after you've developed schizophrenia basically a lifelong condition now we can get this diagnosis gets very complicated some people seem to recover and then there's an argument about whether they had the disease to begin with but yeah if you if you smoke as a teenager the odds that you will develop schizophrenia as a young adult or two to six for hire and if you don't use it again that depends on when you start using how much you're using but this is a disease that is devastates people this is a disease that destroys their lines it is or is there something in their family lives it's incredibly expensive societally it is a terrible terrible disorder and we should be doing everything possible to discourage the use of something that might increase well now you and I sell like a of morning film from.

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A.J. Green's injury on 'subpar' Bengals practice field will cost wide receiver up to two months

NFL Live

04:29 min | 2 years ago

A.J. Green's injury on 'subpar' Bengals practice field will cost wide receiver up to two months

"Speaking of injuries unfortunately an M._r._i.. Has revealed that Cincinnati Bengals Wide Receiver A._J.. Green has torn ligaments in his left. Ankle is according affording to Schefter here. They are likely to sideline green six to eight weeks up really not a good situation and teammate Tyler Boyd questioned the turf. The team was practicing on when green was injured. It was terrible. I couldn't run any routes out there. I'm falling all over the ground man it was it was bad. It was rocks pebbles out there man it was somewhere we should have been just feel like the turf was old. You know it just wasn't we didn't get good traction in and out of her breaks. You know a lot of guys not just me was on the ground but I mean who wasn't up there that long but there's gotTa make a word man. We gotta get it well. The turf was that welcome stadium at the University of Dayton where the bengals are practicing coach you buy this well. I haven't seen the video really in this instance probably not but I will say that you know feel. Surfaces are very very important for player safety. You know whether it's a grass field you know what is the old school latch with Pittsburgh steelers. We practice on hard old school astroturf every day for five years so no you got to look at it but in that instance I think it was a matter of the kind of rolling up on the back of his ankle and that was what I saw caused that particular injury about sure it was the field service problem here in addition to the injury of course which is is paramount is the optics of this and when you have a player who says this sort of perception is reality and then then it's out there and you got players. You might believe this is the case whether the optics to this are awful and this time of year teams are trying to realize their fan N._B._C.'s. I've been a part of that for a number of years. Every team has an operations department and kind of like the offensive line. You'd never talk about the operations department until there's a problem and part of their responsibility is to advance where hotels are safety of the fields whether or not the field deal with safer not now the perception is that it was a problem now e._j.. Green fairness may have gotten hurt it was on their practice field but they're players now think that was a factor and they're at the University of Dayton given rookie head coach. He's trying to establish himself itself and now he has a problem in the locker room because these players are questioning what the organization did and that Operation Staff that you're referring to my signed off on the practices being here the League went to them. They sent a site survey team to inspect the field and that site survey survey team for the Bengals said this field is okay to practicing and maybe they thought it's one practice we can get through now. You've got a situation where you see A._J.. Green get hurt on this play and we can take another look at it right here where he goes up for the past the D._v. lands on his ankle. He's on the turf tears ligaments in his ankle. He's going to be sixty weeks. Think about how much is at stake your now. You have a first year head coach Zack Taylor who's trying to come in and implemented program. They've already lost their first round draft. Pick joyner Williams to a season ending injury. Now you lose your left tackle. You lose your number one wide receiver. They are at a loss there and A._J.. Green himself is going into the last year of his contract so at a time when we're talking about new deals for Michael Thomas in Amari Cooper Julio Jones guess who else was on that list of A._J.. Green so what happens now to his value as argument now that he is going to be out for some period of time and organization standpoint. That's a really difficult position because A._J.. Degrees could say hey. I've done all the right things. I was out there practicing at the university because you wanted me to and now that's going to hurt me and take money out of my own pocket. It could really cause a situation to go awry very quickly and again even if the operations team went through all the protocols the the perception is that this feel wasn't safe and now they have a problem with one of their best players. Yeah I think that team without J. Green if you look at their record versus with huge and so he's a big part of their team. He's going to be missed. This is that there's a fair amount of injury here to start. You know this is not the way not the way you want to get off the ground. No team does last last year he missed time with a toe injury and when he was out of there the offense did not operate the same toddler boys production fell off and everybody thinks talent boy. We'll just emerge as the number one guy and he's a really good wide receiver but the fact that matters A._G.. Green when he's out there makes tyler. Holler bought a better received. John Ross still has not stepped up as the first round draft pick that he was. He says he's ready to do that. Will they need him to do that. They've got some other players Alex Berenson some good young receivers but A._J.. Green is on a level with Julio Jones. He's is that kind of talent and when you Jack Taylor coming into his offense it's hard to get by without somebody that good.

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Is marijuana more dangerous than we thought?

Business Beware

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Is marijuana more dangerous than we thought?

"The top stories. Many folks are going to be watching in two thousand nineteen is some of the statistics and crime data coming out since a legalization of marijuana in some states. I had a chance to sit down and chat with New York Times. Reporter Alex Berenson, he's author of a new book, titled tell your children which deals with the dangers and the unreported crimes that we're seeing due to marijuana one of the first questions. I asked him was why are these crime numbers being? So under reported think the advocacy community has been. Very very successful. In the last twenty years convincing people that this is a medicine that there's all sorts of positive qualities to using it. And that there really isn't anything harmful. That it's a plant. It's very funny to me that serious. Journalists have bought into this idea that it's a medicine. It's clearly an intoxicant, first and foremost and alcohol has some medicinal qualities too. But we don't call it a medicine, then we shouldn't. And I don't understand why we do this with marijuana. How big is the cannabis lobby? It's big it's big there's a couple of major nonprofits. But what they're also is. Now, it's just a lot of people investing a lot of money. And frankly, I don't know how investments are going to pan out because it looks like the people who really use a lot of cannabis. You know, there's been efforts to brand this stuff. But it looks like it's not like, y you can't really planned it that. Well, it's more people just you know, they want essentially, they want the high, and that's pure the easiest way to get that as pure teach see for

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Uber posts $1 billion loss in quarter as growth in bookings slows

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Uber posts $1 billion loss in quarter as growth in bookings slows

"Delivery business revenue growth of thirty eight percent in the third quarter was almost half of what the growth rate was six months earlier when the company was negotiating a nine point three billion dollars investment led by SoftBank. So what's going? Right. We know Uber's public yet. Right. This is one of the IPO that were intimidating in two thousand nineteen the magazine is going to go into that this week as well. But Uber does release a limited set of financial information. They did that it's a move that the privately held company voluntarily does each quarter. It also offered a limited glimp- glimpses. We set into the food delivery business for the first time. So we're getting an idea of how that is going over each generating two point one billion in gross bookings. And that represents about seventeen percent of Uber's twelve point seven billion dollars in gross bookings last quarter. So, you know can appear pulling it back a little transparency into what's going on in the company. Right. And it will be amazing to see twenty thousand nine hundred you as you alluded to Alex Berenson has a really important story in this year ahead issue that comes out later this week about all those unicorns sort of pawing at the IPO gay to extend that metaphor painfully. I was saying Uber has. Seventy-six billion dollar valuation. So if you see any sign of things, maybe not going as strong as you thought are slowing down. It's gotta make investors maybe potentially rethink or just take at least another look at that. Because that's do start to wonder. I mean, this is a rabbit hole. We could go way down. But you do start to wonder that once Uber is public in the same way that we look at other bellwether stocks to give us an indication about travel or consumer spending. What is it that Uber will ultimately really give us? I mean, it does have a window, especially given what you just said about ubereats into a lot of consumer spending, consumer habits, etc. So I have to talk about the biggest loser. Biggest lager in the market by a country mile. I'm sorry. PG plunging twenty one

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