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"alexander kazakh" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:20 min | 6 months ago

"alexander kazakh" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The regime has fallen apart. In the Biden White House right now, you have 24 staffers talking to CNN to try and derail and disempower the vice president of the United States. But I will say this that Kamala Harris has done something Joe Biden has never done. Well, she's done a lot of things. But we're not going to get into that in this show, but her approval rating is 28%. Joe Biden's 36%. So there might be some people in The White House say, you know why we're so unpopular, it's Kamala Harris's fault. In some ways, she might serve as an internal scapegoat because remember. Within the philosophy and the psychology that the flask within the psychology of a Democrat is to always blame another. For once problems always. This is critical to the existence of a left winger. Or of a liberal or a Democrat or whatever you want to call it. Instead of saying, huh? Maybe we should have armed the Taliban. Maybe we shouldn't have kept the borders wide open. Maybe people are mad about inflation. No, no, no. The same way that Alexander Kazakh says blames other people for climate change for dissatisfaction and happiness, the same sort of way that BLM incorporated blames systemic racism for injustice. The same sort of way is that Democrats have the muscle memory. They are programmed. They are led to believe that the only appropriate way to deal with adversity is to blame other people. Men if you are going through something difficult. If you are going through something that is less than satisfactory, there must be a suppressive force to blame for that. And Kamala Harris fits the bill perfectly. Now, shade wars between presidents and vice presidents are not necessarily anything new. Famously Thomas Jefferson tried to have his vice president Aaron Burr basically tried for treason and killed Martin Van Buren, who is the 8th president, by the way. Now you might say Charlie, how do you know Martin Van Buren is the 8th present? Because I watch Seinfeld. That's hard to say. The van beer and boys. He's the ace president. Martin Van Buren ran without a running mate in 1840, rather than renominate Richard Johnson. Now we have not seen this kind of internal dynamics. Since Lyndon baines Johnson and John F. Kennedy. You see Lyndon baines Johnson was a crooked old crow. I'm being nice. Lyndon baines Johnson, he was he was a special kind. Of politician. Johnson was a cheater. He was a philanderer. He was a quarter cutter, but Lyndon baines Johnson. Knew he had something that Kennedy needed. He was able to regale the southern Democrat coalition to go vote for the good-looking, adulterer Catholic, young to be youngest president in history. Remember Lyndon baines Johnson was anything. But loyal to John F. Kennedy. Now I'm not saying what some of you think I'm saying, I'm not going down the Kevin Costner thing. I'm not doing the Oliver Stone thing. But a lot of people are saying it. Now's not the time. That is a very fascinating topic to get into. That's another Seinfeld reference, isn't it? Back and to the left. Not doing it. Nope, not today. But Lyndon baines Johnson was always at odds with JFK. They were hardly they were hardly in rhythm with one another. Joe Biden was with Obama. I don't think Joe Biden really had the wherewithal to mount a challenge versus Obama. I'm not going to say Dick Cheney was. Undermining bush, but he was definitely probably more powerful than George W. Bush, especially in 2005, 2006 and 2007 in The White House. Al Gore, forget it. HW Bush did try to undermine Ronald Reagan at many turns, but Reagan was smart enough and he had a great team around him to prevent that from happening. In particular phenomenal attorney general, we have not seen this type of tension and shade war within a president vice president since Lyndon baines Johnson. And John F. Kennedy, we have not seen it. Even more so than Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew in the negating nabobs of negativism. Who then resigns and then Gerald Ford becomes vice president, even more than Jimmy Carter. Who is Jimmy Carter's vice president? Is that Humphrey or was it it was mondale? Walter Mondale. By 1970s Democrats, I always get them. They're all so similar. They're all these like minnesotan socialists. Humphreys, mondale, that's a separate conversation for a different time. Even Richard Nixon as vice president of Dwight D. Eisenhower was nowhere near as sneaky, as what we are seeing here. And Ron klain, the chief of staff, to the president of the United States is having none of it. Ron klain is likely the designer. That's a suspicion it's an allegation of this entire thing. Who wrote this? CNN didn't write CNN's the publisher, okay? CNN, yes, master. Thank you very much. Regime media. Thank you very much, publish. No, no. 24 sources, everybody. 24 staffers go on the record. To go bash, Kamala Harris. 24. I have another theory. I think Jill Biden is involved. I think Jill Biden is protecting her husband. I think Joe Biden sees what's happening. Here's the thing about Kamala Harris. She was picked solely and exclusively because she was a woman of color. That's and she was not. She was not chosen for her competency or for her charisma or her cackle. She was chosen because she satisfied a diversity box. That the regime wanted to try and say we have the first ever whatever whatever, whatever, and then we're able to get more millions of people to vote for us because they care about that stuff, not actually care about the future of the contract completely irrelevant, right? Totally irrelevant. But they underestimated. How ambitious Kamala Harris says.

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"alexander kazakh" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"alexander kazakh" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The regime has fallen apart. In the Biden White House right now, you have 24 staffers talking to CNN to try and derail and disempower the vice president of the United States. But I will say this that Kamala Harris has done something Joe Biden has never done. Well, she's done a lot of things. But we're not going to get into that in this show, but her approval rating is 28%. Joe Biden's 36%. So there might be some people in The White House say, you know why we're so unpopular, it's Kamala Harris's fault. In some ways, she might serve as an internal scapegoat because remember. Within the philosophy and the psychology that the flask within the psychology of a Democrat is to always blame another. For once problems always. This is critical to the existence of a left winger. Or of a liberal or a Democrat or whatever you want to call it. Instead of saying, huh? Maybe we should have armed the Taliban. Maybe we shouldn't have kept the borders wide open. Maybe people are mad about inflation. No, no, no. The same way that Alexander Kazakh says blames other people for climate change for dissatisfaction and happiness, the same sort of way that BLM incorporated blames systemic racism for injustice. The same sort of way is that Democrats have the muscle memory. They are programmed. They are led to believe that the only appropriate way to deal with adversity is to blame other people. Men if you are going through something difficult. If you are going through something that is less than satisfactory, there must be a suppressive force to blame for

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The Last Gasps of a Dying Regime

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 6 months ago

The Last Gasps of a Dying Regime

"The regime has fallen apart. In the Biden White House right now, you have 24 staffers talking to CNN to try and derail and disempower the vice president of the United States. But I will say this that Kamala Harris has done something Joe Biden has never done. Well, she's done a lot of things. But we're not going to get into that in this show, but her approval rating is 28%. Joe Biden's 36%. So there might be some people in The White House say, you know why we're so unpopular, it's Kamala Harris's fault. In some ways, she might serve as an internal scapegoat because remember. Within the philosophy and the psychology that the flask within the psychology of a Democrat is to always blame another. For once problems always. This is critical to the existence of a left winger. Or of a liberal or a Democrat or whatever you want to call it. Instead of saying, huh? Maybe we should have armed the Taliban. Maybe we shouldn't have kept the borders wide open. Maybe people are mad about inflation. No, no, no. The same way that Alexander Kazakh says blames other people for climate change for dissatisfaction and happiness, the same sort of way that BLM incorporated blames systemic racism for injustice. The same sort of way is that Democrats have the muscle memory. They are programmed. They are led to believe that the only appropriate way to deal with adversity is to blame other people. Men if you are going through something difficult. If you are going through something that is less than satisfactory, there must be a suppressive force to blame for

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"alexander kazakh" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

Pool Podcasts

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"alexander kazakh" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

"It. That's never going to go away though. So I don't know what the solution is. Nevertheless, as I said, I've got two different interviews for you this week. I up we have Nate Mendham with the queue it up podcast. Here you go. I give you Nate. And I'm very proud to be joined now by Nate Mendham natives, the creator of the queue it up podcast. How you doing today Nate? I'm doing great. How are you doing? Good good. Having a good time. Watching the all the pool that match rooms putting out there on Facebook. Yeah. That's was doing a phenomenal thing for pool by buying up all of these big events, and then streaming them free of charge. It's really helping to promote the game. I think. And at least personally, I think I've mentioned on the show that it seemed to me that mattress was trying to duplicate the feel of Mosconi Cup for a singles event at the US open. But what I'd never even crossed my mind is all experienced they have with snooker and running larger events like this from what I've seen. I mean, they're doing an outstanding job. It's it's very professionally done with with multiple tables. And there's no dead time when they're racking day or when someone's on a break, they can switch to another match. I mean, they this isn't in my mind, it's not really a Mosconi Cup duplication anymore. It's it it reminds me more of snooker. I think that they're really onto something with their Mosconi Cup. They have done just an insane job of promoting that. And I know in Wisconsin where I'm out of when they had the Mosconi Cup. I was actually in London last year for it. And I had probably eighty to a hundred of my friends reach out to me on Facebook saying all hails watching the stream, and I saw you in the stands, and I think ten years ago. I don't think that there would have been eighty players in all of Wisconsin watching history nonetheless that are on my friendless. So since mattress taken it over. They've really promoted it in a way that's fun to watch. It's fast paced and exciting. The thirty second shock is a huge improvement. So the game I think it really keeps everything moving along quickly. Absolutely. So how did the how did the trip come together last year for Mosconi Cup? So actually Tyler stiers, a it's a good buddy of mine, and I reached out to him when he was when he made the final cut for the Mosconi finalist, and he was in the field or the remaining field players with Oscar Dominguez was in there. I'm pretty sure Dennis hatch was there and blanking on the last person. But miss them. Oh, yeah. Mitch Mitch element was I think the last one and only one of them was gonna make it and then Corey dual in there as well, obviously. And then sorry, only two of them. We're gonna make it. So Corey Doolan Tyler star where not in that order chosen 'cause Tyler was chosen as the fourth Representative. And then Corey on the final. Hey, but once I saw that he got selected for it. I you know, I kind of made a little bit of a bluff thing go if you get elected, and then he got selected, and I guess my boss was called in a couple of plane tickets to London later, I was there, and it was one of the greatest experiences of my life. It was if you've never had the opportunity to go to Mosconi Cup, you're missing out. And you gotta get there. It is just an absolute blast. Well, I'm jealous because I've been to Mosconi Cup number of times. I've never been to London though. You mentioned that that Tyler is good friends. Did it? I mean, of course, you have to be politically correct here. But you knowing Tyler's game is that his normal game. I mean when we saw him out there in London. He was cool calm and collected. And he seemed like probably the calmest member of Team USA. Ooh. I hope Tyler doesn't end up listening to this part of it. So I will say this Tyler Styler what he gives up in talents as far as his competitors. That were also up for nomination for the team USA. He has more heart than probably all of them combined. I've had several conversations with him where he thinks that he is the best player on the table. And he doesn't say it and try to talk himself into it. He says it believing it, and when you go about treating every rack that way and every tournament that way, I think he has a huge notch up on his competitors. Especially in that type of format where he can go into a Mosconi Cup in a twenty five hundred seat arena that is the Alexandria palace. And he can go into that with no fear at all. And I'm not trying to sell out any of the US competitors in the past. But you could definitely tell at the atmosphere gets to some of the players. It's a really really rowdy intimidating atmosphere. That is I can't even imagine playing it. We actually going. Slightly off script per second. We actually set up a fans Mosconi Cup with a couple of the European guys. And we basically just all showed up in a pool hall in London. And we decided to do the team US for whoever wanted to play verse team Europe whoever wanted to play and we'd just set it up in a in a Mosconi Cup style where we just randomly drew matches. And then added all the points up Mosconi Cup style. And we lost. I think by four points by the end of it. But it was an absolute blast. And even that knowing that you're representing your country. And nobody even knows about it is it was a really interesting atmosphere that I got expecially nervous for. So I can't even imagine what it's like a play on that stage. And I think that going back to my original point. It's it's it would be tough. And I think it shows with some of the US players that have. Been out there in the last say nine years, but going back again, originally Tyler didn't fear any of that Tyler has something in him that she rises to the moment like very few. I've ever actually met can. So while he lacks some of the talent of especially the the younger players from Europe and Alexander Kazakh this and act Kaci, he has a heart that not a single other player on either team has in my opinion. So that allows him to play at that level. Well, above maybe where his game was at the time of that event. Well, he definitely showed it. I at the time. I wasn't positive that I agreed with the call for him to be the fifth member, of course, with Mitch being from Arizona. I kind of had my own personal preference. But without him on that team. I don't think they win last year. Oh, I absolutely agree. Because we went out and lost the first two points. And the third matchup was Tyler style verses Neil spine and actually Neal's in Tyler had just played. I want to say about five weeks prior. And in the very first round of. One of an event in the US, and I'm blanking on what the event wasn't. Maybe you'll remember. Was at

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