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The U.S. Constitution Is the Most Remarkable Governing Document Ever
"The barely literate, from the rich to the poor, and yes, from white to black and every the skin other color. It is a self -correcting document allowing for amendments to address imperfections and and foreseen events should a significant portion of the body politic and demand them. Constitution is truly an incredible manifestation of thousands of years of human experience and progress yet drafted in a period of less than five months. But if your purpose is to fundamentally transform America, then your purpose must also be to be a part of the process. When you have these Democrat judges, many of whom are radicals, including this judge in New York. They may not be in the streets like Antifa or Black Lives Matter. They may not be in Congress proposing the most radical legislation possible to destroy this republic. you but they can wearing black robes behind a courtroom do even more damage Woodrow Wilson knew this, a racist,
Leo Terrell: AG Merrick Garland Avoids Telling the Truth
"Listen I'm not sitting here telling you Leo that if you're a conservative and you commit a crime you should be given a pass it's not what I'm saying I'm simply suggesting to you and I think you'd agree being a civil rights attorney that the idea of blind justice is that everybody's treated equally you screw something up here are the penalties and the penalties are the same for both people if they did the same thing with the same conditions but that's not what happens Leo you know it I mean BLM and Antifa you know burning down attacking courthouses people nothing happened to them at all yeah you look at the you know the January 6 people find themselves in the gulag I mean this has to be deeply impactful to a guy like you whose whole life's been dedicated to civil rights it's hurtful because you want to treat everybody equally and then you know the Democratic Party has abandoned the whole concept of what Dr. King said you judge people by their character not by the skin and ever since the 2020 riots Dan that has been abandoned by the left and the Democrats and by Merrick Garland I've been practicing law for 30 years I think second place would know what I know the law and when I hear Merrick Garland during this hearing today say I don't recall know what he's saying I'm not going to tell you the truth I'm not going to tell you when you hear that phrase I don't recall I don't are you kidding me I know that phrase everyone every good lawyer knows that phrase There's pride to avoid answering the truth but I'm going to tell you something Dan CNN and MSNBC they're abandoning Joe Biden guess what they're covering the congressional hearing so the message is getting out now Dan remember it used to just be one or two stations they're now covering it they're now what's happening in that congressional hearings and I'll tell you right now everyone in this country knows that President Trump has been treated unfairly it's a double standard if you're a conservative it's a double standard talk about that Virginia parent who whose daughter was assaulted talk about the man who was charged facing those charges on the abortion clinics in
Kyle Seraphin: Multiple Field Offices Tied to Targeting of Catholics
"Bothers me. But let me get to this because this is what I wanted to have you on to talk about. The FBI they just cannot seem to tell the truth. I mean this is beyond embarrassing at this point. So you blew the whistle along with others on a number of cases. The targeting of Catholics, the targeting of parents at school boards, pro -lifers and other things. it But turns out yesterday the FBI was lying again. That Christopher Wray said oh yeah this targeting of Catholics was an isolated memo limited to the Richmond field office whatever it was. And that was it. Our bad. We rescinded away. it right But that's not the story Kyle. The story is actually a little deeper. Apparently there were multiple field offices involved. What's your take on this? Well there's a couple things involved. Number one the Los Angeles field office was involved and so was Portland. And I worked cases out of the Los Angeles field office as a surveillance guy. We actually went and ran down white supremacist cases. They seemed very thin but that was something that they loved. And of course the document was trying to tie Catholics to white supremacists. So that sort of fits an ideological bent that I've seen. Portland was a disaster which I went in 2020 in September just after the 100 days of riots when there was the next whatever 50 of them in a row. And they've at a got pretty a radical bend. They told us that Antifa was just an idea. I actually heard FBI analysts saying those words to my face while we're sitting there. We just got called across the country to go investigate them. It's an idea you know. So there's some pretty interesting radical things ever going on. Now we have both coasts involved, the East and West coasts. And as you said, Chris Ray simply doesn't tell the truth. And the biggest takeaway, and I just keep going back to that first interview you and I did, when I looked at the FBI as an intelligence agency, they say it too. They put it in official documents and responding to people for FOIA. They have it in the Diog, which is their, their domestic manual for how to operate and do investigations. And the director FBI holds himself to that accountability. He has intelligence. He's not going to share it. He doesn't feel like he needs to. And if he goes out there and says a fudge, he's probably going to be able to hide behind some wording because of the way he actually
A highlight from Capitol Chaos, China Connections, and Censorship
"And just boil it down to the fact that they deprive the American people of real information that was reported by the New York Post. They had no right to do that. They had no right to censor that. It was the Obama deep state officials and the FBI that pressured and not even pressured that made them basically not talk about deleted and simply by that control and by censoring any conversation about the Hunter Biden laptop, they in that instance influenced the election in a way that favored one candidate over the other. And people need to go to jail for that period. Welcome everybody to the financial guys podcast. Thanks again for downloading and listening. We do appreciate it. If you can hit the like button and share, we appreciate that as well. Mike and Glenn here of course got a lot to talk to you about today as there's a lot on the, I got, I think this morning we must've fired back and forth, like I don't know, like 50 different, there's so much in the news, a lot of national stuff. So, um, you know, it's, it's, I mean, it's unreal where we are with this country as far as, you know, so video emerges from J six of officer asking about identifiers for undercover cops. I mean, this is unreal that this stuff goes nowhere. That's what's so frustrating about it. Thousand people are still indicted and jail. Some of them are in jail for years. A lot of them are in jail for years. They're still going after people. This is the largest investigation and arrest bust of ever and U and U S history for, for mainly trespassing. Just, just not to defend anything. I'm not defending what happened on January 6th. We were actually recording our radio show at the time it was happening. So we were recording in and talking about it in real time. And talking about how horrible it was that they were breaking into the doing any damage. But the damage that they did was in the millions. And there was nobody killed on January six. Nobody. Well, I shouldn't say that. Ashley Babbitt was killed, I'm sorry. And another innocent, uh, uh, person was a protest that was killed. No police officers were killed that day. Um, now compare that with the 22 or more officers that were killed or people plus officers that were killed during the BLM riots, the Antifa riots, billions and billions in the B trillion dollars a trillion dollars worth of damage. Milwaukee, Baltimore, Chicago, Ferguson. I mean you name it, all these cities across the country. Couple that Glenn with us finding out now that these people, many of them escorted in and baited many of them baited. That's right. Hey, come on in, come on in by FBI agents. We have it on video. We have it on video. That's right. What is really amazing is this is the United States of America and nobody's figuring out who these people are. Nobody's going after them. It's just so frustrating. What's for the problem, Mike, is that you got Mitch McConnell in the Senate. He's half dead. I don't think I'm peaching. You don't think impeaching, I think he should be marched out of jail. I mean, are you serious? Yeah. The amount of evidence now is not good for the Biden is outrageous. Yeah. Outrageous. It's a mountain. It's a mountain. I mean, it's a mountain. I mean, not only do you have the bloody footprints going, I've been using that analogy. Like these are the bloody footprints going back to OJ's house. Yeah. You have now found a knife in his drawer. That's right. With his fingerprints on it. I don't, I don't know what else you would be in a video and a video of it and a video of the whole of that. I mean, it's just unbelievable. Did you see Mitch McConnell getting booed? Hilarious. They were chanting retire, retire, retire. He and you know, and again, just like Biden, I mean he's got, he's got problems. He's got, he's got some, probably the beginning stages of dementia. You can see it. I don't know where I am. You know, here's the deal. His net worth is 35 frigging million dollars, right? He makes a hundred grand a year. His net worth is $35 million. It does not take a Harvard mathematician to figure out that there's some kind of bullshit going on. It doesn't. You don't need to have an advanced degree, you know, from, from Yale to figure out that that math just doesn't, you know, what's amazing then is they've all figured out the most amazing investment system ever. And folks like, we've got people on our team that are, you know, 40 years of experience, CFAs on CNBC and they cannot on a weekly basis and we can't recreate the model that a, that these folks have figured out. What we haven't done yet is bring on any Chinese spies onto our team. That's the mistake that we're making. See, and that's where Mitch McConnell was married to a, I'm saying she's a spy, but she is Chinese and I have no idea what kind of connection she has back to her family. And I don't know. You can't take it. I don't know. But I gotta be honest, he seems to be awfully on the side of China Joe who we do know has received, you know, when Trump talks about this stuff, I was listening to a very smart pundit I was talking to, and he even missed the point on this. Hunter Biden went over to China. He got immediately and came back, got set up an investment advisory firm. This is our business. We know this. Immediately got an investment from the Chinese communist party for $3 billion. Right now he charges 1 % on that. That makes $3 million a year just by sucking off that $3 billion that the Chinese communist party invested in his firm. Not a re not a registered investment advisor, Glenn, no background in being a CFA or any of that. No, just like he didn't have any background as a oil executive or any experience running a business or any experience as a painter and experience in real estate or anything else. You and I have assembled one of the most dynamic teams, if not the most dynamic team in all of Western New York, right? Chartered financial analysts, certified financial planners, certified social security claiming strategist, certified college planning experts, certified estate planning experts, Dave Ramsey certified experts. The list goes on and on. We do not have any billion dollar accounts from China. Isn't that remarkable? No, that's remarkable. Some drug addicts got $3 billion, right? The difference is we have to follow the law. We have to do things like, you know, OFAC reports, which is the background checks that we have to do to check for terrorists and criminal time. You mean the one that Hunter comes up on time and time again? Those are the SARS report. Those are the suspicious activity reports. There's a website by the way. I haven't had a chance to even look at the website, Mike, but there is a website out there that has listed all of the SARS reports. I don't know. They're supposed to be non -public. I don't know how they got their hands on these, but I haven't looked at them. I don't intend to talk about them, but what I have heard about them, I will talk about them a little bit here. I'm not going to go on and look at them, research them and get into, it's just too much news coming fast and furious. But the latest regarding those SARS reports, I'm not sure if you heard this, Mike, but a number of those are the, the suspicion was sex trafficking. Did you know that? That was part of it now. So, so not only is it a prostitution, money laundering, you know, all kinds of suspicious activity, a good chunk of those 150 plus now, I think approaching 200 suspicious activity reports, were for, for, for sex trafficking. And it's just, it's just, I mean, maybe I should go look at them, look at them and pull them up and we'll pull out some, some specific ones and talk about them on the radio. Maybe that'd be a good show for a, we fill in for Bob Lonsbury on Monday. Maybe we could talk about some of that because maybe, maybe we should do a, more detail on it. I don't want to talk about it. So, because number one, you're not supposed to talk about SARS reports, but if they're public, they're public, but number two, again, there's, I think, you know, yes, that's hugely important information. Absolutely. Hunter needs to be going to be investigated. Absolutely. And probably should be in jail for sure. Right. He's done disgusting things, including with his own niece and his brother and his, on his deceased brother's widow. That needs to start by the way, with the FBI, which has corrupt us how, right. But I'm more concerned about the Biden, the big guy. I'm more concerned about, you know, should all be asked to investigate it. It's clear, it's clear that it leads right up to him. Right. Now we're, now we're finding out that, you know, some of these people have visited the white house 30 times, 35 times, right here, by the way, let's play this quick video. I don't, I haven't played this, but this is him getting booed. It's just worth, worth the, worth the listen.
"antifa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Yes, it has. I think it gives the illusion of freedom. You know, it's great for a few outsiders like me and potentially you and a few other content creators. You know, we're able to make things work. But most people, you know, for lack of a better term, the masses, you know, they're logging into Facebook, they're logging in to Twitter. You know, these are platforms that have drained the ad revenue from quality media outlets. So you have like less you have less reporters doing their job. You know, Baltimore Sun, you know, I grew up in Maryland, the Baltimore Sun used to have foreign correspondents all over the world. Now they barely have enough reporters to cover what's going on in Baltimore. You know, so you have less of these less legacy talent. You have more social control centralized at the social media platforms that are working with the government to curtail speech. You know, these disinformation debates, you know, the government, it's very clearly working with the big platforms to shape the type of content we see, what discussions are allowed, what's shadow banned, what's banned. And at the end of the day, because of these factors and others, there's less scrutiny. There's less of a public debate about the war in Ukraine. In fact, there are these propaganda accounts that are constantly cheering on NATO and exaggerating. I mean, look at what all of these pro-NATO accounts were saying earlier this year, that Ukraine had this huge opportunity to seize Crimea and make gigantic gains in the war. It's just been a meat grinder. You know, this has not been the case. But, you know, we have this very powerful war propaganda that's actually amplified through social media on the Internet. And, you know, again, like I'm wrong, I hope for a completely different dynamic with the rise of the Internet back in 2004, if anything, it's gotten worse. Yeah. And it also makes you wonder, this is a topic for a different time, how talented the Intel agencies are at actually manipulating our algorithms and puppeteering our tech companies, because they are actively involved in the propaganda networks. And it's no different the same way that they used to tell CNN, hey, we need more eyeballs to support the surge. They just do it differently. They just use Google's SEO. I'm convinced of it. Lee, great job. Thank you so much. We'll have you on. Again, thank you. Thanks so much for listening, everybody. Email us your thoughts. As always, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you so much for listening. And God bless. On my chromosomes, when I grow up, I want to be offended by my coworkers and walk around the office on eggshells and have my words policed by H.R. words like grandfather, peanut gallery, long time no see, no can do. When I grow up, I want to be obsessed with emotional safety and do workplace sensitivity training all day long. When I grow up, I want to climb the corporate ladder just by following the crowd. I want to be a conformist. I want to weaponize my pronouns. What are pronouns? It's time to grow up and get back to work. Introducing the number one woke free job board in America. Red balloon dot work.
"antifa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Regular people are not down for it, you know, people who work nine to five regular jobs, whether that's in tech or the service sector, they're driving a bus or driving Uber or working in a hospital. You know, they don't share these views around violence. They don't cheer riots. They don't say, hey, we've got to segregate people by their skin color and put them in different H.R. trainings and say you're inherently an oppressor or inherently a victim based on the pigment of your skin. That's actually not normal. You know, if you want to reject that ideology, you realize that, look, you can actually have more common cause with ordinary Americans. Yes, it will harm some of your relationships in the elite with, you know, these billionaire foundations, with a lot of journalists and activists. But look, those people don't speak for most most Americans. So it certainly has kind of disconnecting from that world has harmed a few relationships, but it's also opened me to many new relationships. I think that's that's beautiful the way you put that. And the divide in America is both ideological and class. And so it tends to be that the wealthiest of the wealthy have these they're subsidizing, but also they they might not believe it. But that's why I want to ask you some of this stuff. I mean, I'm looking at P.R. Omidar as example. Right. French born Iranian American billionaire technology entrepreneur helped start, you know, obviously started eBay and some people call him the next George Soros and Sergey Brin or Larry Page and Laurene Powell Jobs and Mackenzie Bezos. There's a community of plutocrats that are wealthier than anything that we could comprehend. Right. Multiples of multiples wealthier than the ordinary person. Yet they are the driving force. And what I find fascinating about what we are living through is we think of, let's just say, radical revolutions usually as being bottom up, as being the workers revolting against the capital class. Right. This is different. This feels like a top down revolution that is driven by Aspen and Sun Valley and Martha's Vineyard and Kenny Bunkport. Help me make sense of that. Well, I mean, I was I would disagree just slightly about the nature of revolutions we've seen all throughout history. Radical movements are often elites galvanizing the working class for their own interests. You know, the communists were elites, you know, galvanized the working class. Fascists were elites who galvanized the working class. And we see that kind of similar dynamic happening in America, where we have a very elite class of people at major corporations who have inherited incredible amounts of wealth or hoping to galvanize the working class for their own pet ideology. And in many cases, this is essentially class war, but not in the sense, not in a kind of like standard left wing way of viewing the world. In many cases, it's creating, you know, an ideology, a value system that gives the perception of doing good for society, but really entrenches a very rigid class system. And we see that certainly with public safety issues, where, you know, as we just discussed, you know, the only people who benefit from a completely divided system where only the people with private security and gated communities can live safely are the very, very wealthy. And the people who are suffering from these policies are the working class, the middle class who can't afford this type of security, who can't just flee their community because they're grounded in something real. You know, they work at a storefront, they work at a place where they can't just go on their laptop and hide in their house all day. If you have to commute to work, if you actually have to go into the streets, you aren't afforded the luxury of an abolish the police ideology. Yet we see where does the money come from from this movement? It comes from the very upper echelons of society. I have no idea how you're going to answer this question, but I'm genuinely curious as a free thinker and someone that probably hears one side is extreme, other side is extreme. What do you think currently and today is a greater threat to American liberty, like the MAGA base or let's just say the prevailing dogma of the American Democrat party? That's a really hard question to respond to because it's I think just this general dynamic where we have these two warring tribes that can't see each other and understand their commonality. I think essentially if you just wipe away the labels, the social media hate, you know, people basically want the same thing. They want good jobs, they want good housing, they want a good education, they want to retire with dignity, they want to live in safe communities and breathe in clean air and drink clean water. These aren't radical ideas. We might have different ideas of paths to get there, but there's not that much that separates us in terms of what we want at the end of the day. I think it's dangerous that the prevailing norm now in the FBI does and having the government crack down on public debate and speech, I think that's dangerous and I think we disagree here. I think it's also dangerous that we're such a weaponized country that everyone's getting guns and arming themselves for some potential conflict down the road. I think that's creepy too. I could see a very negative consequence of that as well and I think we all just need to kind of just riff a little bit. There's mass kind of political confusion. Some people on the right, I mean the majority of the people on the right are against what's happening in Ukraine, but prior it was the other way around. Republicans were the biggest neo-cons and cheerleaders. Just add your thoughts or some clarity to are we seeing a realignment when it comes to foreign policy? We are seeing a realignment. Look at some of the latest votes. You know, every two years the budget for the Pentagon has to be reauthorized. That's an opportunity for Congress to kind of tinker with some of the provisions and shape foreign policy kind of from the sidelines. You know, the president has incredible power but this is the one check that Congress has really on shaping military foreign policy. Look at the last few votes when they were happening in July. It was actually the far left, a lot of the squad members and the Freedom Caucus coming together to say, hey, we've got to actually have a special inspector general to oversee the $117 billion Congress has allocated to Ukraine. You know, we have no special inspector general for TARP, for the bank bailouts, for Afghanistan, for Iraq, but no one, no special IG for Ukraine. It's kind of crazy. A check on cluster bombs, on better oversight on how casualties are reported. These were interesting votes where it didn't cut between Democrats and Republicans, it was establishment versus populace where you saw Freedom Caucus and squad members coming together. Even members who I think truly hate each other. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Cori Bush famously kind of yelling at each other, hated each other. They were voting for each other's bills, which I give both of them credit for, you know. Reflecting on our earlier conversation, this is one of my kind of mea culpas, maybe black pill moment. You know, growing up in the shadow of the Iraq war, I obsessively hated the mainstream media. I thought this was a, you know, an institution that worked with the Pentagon, worked with political leaders to manufacture consent for the war. They were fundamentally lying to us. They got us into the war without asking the right questions about weapons of mass destruction and other claims that the and especially social media. The Internet would give us freedom. The Internet would give us the ability to criticize our leaders, our policy makers, the war planners. And look where we are today with Ukraine. We have more access to the Internet than ever. We have more people using social media than ever. I think we actually have less questions today about the war than we did back in 2003, 2004. Why do you think, you know, the Internet has not helped. So the Internet has actually made us more obedient.
"antifa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So, Lee, I want to ask just about your background to further introduce you to our audience. I find it super interesting. First of all, you're reporting this first class and you're intellectually honest, which is very hard to find. But you're liberal by background. You ran the Maryland College Democrats. Tell us your story. I think it's fascinating. Sure. You know, I'm a millennial growing up in the D.C. area. I grew up kind of east in the suburbs east of D.C. And I was very motivated and shaped and influenced by the war on terror, the war in Iraq. You know, I watched as smoke billowed out of the Pentagon just to kind of see the rush to war, the rush to kind of separate everyone between the Manichean worldview, between good and evil. I was kind of alarmed by efforts to privatize social security. And I saw tax cuts that seemed very unfair, that seemed weighted towards the upper income side of the equation. And it kind of galvanized me. You know, we live in a winner take all system. So we basically have a two party system. And it pushed me towards the Democrats early in life, did a lot of activism in college on the war, joined all these Democrats and engaged in a lot of primary stuff, getting out who I perceived as conservative, pro-corporate Democrats out of the party, engaging a lot of those primary fights, joined a think tank tied to Obama and the Obama White House, the Center for American Progress, did a lot of investigative reporting and journalism that was, you know, I'm proud of most of that work, but had a little bit of a partisan edge, kind of supporting certainly more Democrats. I became a little bit jaded, though, you know, I saw a lot of the corrupt deals in the Obama administration that were very pro-corporate, the kind of dirty deal with Google to like, you know, refuse to enforce any of the antitrust or privacy regulations on this company, because it became so close to the Obama administration, you know, the refusal to get out of Afghanistan, you know, instead, Obama surged the number of troops there and breaking his promise, you know, just kind of as I grew older, maturing and seeing the realities of politics, you know, you can't be wedded to one partisan side or even one ideology, people are tribalistic, you know, if you want to be an independent journalist, if you want to understand the way the world works, you can't be connected to any team, you know, you got to view everyone with skepticism, you got to view everyone with some degree of scrutiny. And as I moved a little bit to the more progressive left, you know, I worked for a number of different magazines, I ran my own anti-corruption website, eventually, I worked at The Intercept, this billionaire funded left wing investigative site, I, you know, I did a lot of journalism there that I'm incredibly proud of that. And there are still some good reporters there. But you know, it has some of the different trappings of ideology and partisanship that when it comes to just seeing the world as it is on policing, on identity, and, you know, being fair minded around these issues, it's impossible for the kind of radical left, you know, they see these see these issues in their own kind of mannequin, good versus evil, just as the Bush administration saw the war on terror in a similar way, you know, you're either with us or against us. And if you do anything that's perceived as against us, we're going to destroy you personally, I come from, you know, a more old school view on identity, I want to view people on their judge people on their character on what's in their heart, not not their skin color or their race. And that's not popular anymore on the radical left. In fact, if you view the world and through that lens, you're seen as a racist, you're seen as a bigot. And you know, I, that's a fundamental disconnect I have with with sites like The Intercept and other kind of progressive movements and protests and you know, media's kind of academic, there's a whole kind of sphere of the of the radical left, where identity politics reigns supreme over every other issue. And it's made me uncomfortable. How have your relationships been since you've, let's just say, dissented from the party line? As you say, hey, maybe it's not a good thing that we riot. Or maybe we shouldn't, you know, have black only dormitories. I don't know, like, how have your relationships and friendships been just on a personal level? I'm curious. That's a good question. You know, it's certainly harmed several personal and professional relationships. That being said, it's also opened the door to exponentially more relationships. When you tie yourself too deeply to an extremist ideology, which really, at the end of the day, it is, you know, even though it's the dominant ideology, this kind of far left identity politics is dominant in certain spheres of the media and academia.
"antifa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
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It's interesting, useful and free, the best and smartest in conservative constitutionalist thought. Find out more about Hillsdale and In Primus at charlie4hillsdale.com. They're an excellent college, America's greatest college, charlie4hillsdale.com. So Lee, you mentioned that this is funded by nonprofits or other groups. Can you add some detail to that, please? Sure. You know, I've been doing a little bit of writing on this one kind of billionaire-backed foundation called Solidare. They're funded by many different kind of wealthy heirs and tech executives. Even Mark Zuckerberg, you know, co-founder of Facebook, he's given quite a bit of money to Solidare. This is a group that's, you know, a main funder of several of the activist groups in the kind of Atlanta area that are engaged in this public safety training center that, including one of the groups that is movement builders, that's kind of spearheading the push to stop this project. This foundation is one of several different kind of Silicon Valley-based groups, back groups. Another one is the Schmidt Foundation, the former CEO of Google. They've provided a significant amount of money. And there's an heir to a billionaire fortune, the Cox Media Enterprises, James Fergie Chambers. He's promised $600,000 to this effort to stop the the police training center. So it's a lot of billionaire money, a lot of tech money, a lot of California money flowing to this effort. Well, so Lee, just for the kind of everyday listener in our audience, help them understand why a plutocrat oligarch like Mark Zuckerberg, who factually does spend three to four million dollars on private security a year. That's a fact, OK? Every time it's more than that. Oh, is it 10 million? OK. Every time he goes jogging in Rome or London, he has buff veterans jogging alongside of him. Right. So what what is the motivation, if you were to speculate a little bit, Lee, why someone like Mark Zuckerberg, who does not have a moment without armed security to fund the destruction and or the challenging, let's just be fair, challenging of a police training center? I think there are a couple explanations. One is that some billionaires I've done some reporting on this, like a Pierre Omidyar, founder of eBay. He's a big funder of abolish and defund the police groups. He is also an investor in private security startups, including a company that's like an Uber. Now, that's right. So that is more cynical than I expected. Lee, I thought it would be an ideological answer. That's just that's awful. Well, I think I think it's mostly ideology. I want to square that away. That's that's one conflict of interest that is interesting. And there are a few others in that regard. But overall, why do these billionaires in California and New York fund these, abolish the police, defund the police efforts? It's a lot about social signaling. It's about, you know, employee relations. You know, some of these workplaces in Silicon Valley are very left wing. It's about kind of showing, you know, for the heck of a better term, virtue signaling and showing that they have all the right bona fides in terms of being the good graces of progressives. But it's deeply ironic and cynical in another way, because look at Mark Zuckerberg's foundation. He's providing money to the group that sponsors defundpolice.org. He's providing money to Solid Air, which is providing training for activists to fight to abolish police and fight this police training center. But look at another donation from the Zuckerberg Foundation. He's providing money to the Redwood City Police Foundation. So he's defunding police all over the country, except for the police department near the Facebook headquarters. So it's for me, but not for the that type of thing. Yeah. And I just that's an unbelievably accurate yet simple talking point I hear so often. And it's also, I think, unbelievably evil to say that I'm OK with protecting myself. But I have to be lectured by Zuckerberg types about marginalized communities where violent crime is going up. I mean, it's urban areas, at least over the last couple of years. And I mean, I'm just visiting this website, Lee, right now. By the way, I just have to comment. There are so many left wing 501C3, 501C4, social welfare, NGO groups. I lose track of them. It's hundreds that of different URLs. So defund the police dot org, a one stop shop for organizers and advocates looking for tools, resources and trainings to divest from policing and to build safer communities. And it has legislative resources, budgeting tools, organizing resources, trainings and events. And so you're telling me Mark Zuckerberg is funding this organization. He funds the sponsor of that organization. And look, even though this is draped in egalitarian language about helping all of society, the actual net effect is the Brazilification of America, more inequality, that the rich will have private security, gated communities. The poor won't have anyone to call when there's crime. Yeah. And if you want to be extremely cynical, then politically, you're able to control the masses permanently because the middle class is in disarray and criminality is widespread. That's only if you're super cynical, which I reject wholeheartedly.
"antifa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"The U.S. dollar has lost 85% of its value since the 70s, when the dollar decoupled from gold, and the government seems bent on continuing the tradition. Charlie Kirk here. From now until after the elections, the government can print as much money as they want. The last time they did that, inflation went up 9%. Gold is the only asset that has proven to withstand inflation. Invest in gold with Noble Gold Investments. You will get a 24-carat, one-fourth of an ounce gold standard coin for free. Just use promo code kirk. Go to noblegoldinvestments.com. That's noblegoldinvestments.com, the only gold company I trust. Hey, everybody. Today on The Charlie Kirk Show, Lee Fang joins us to talk about radicals versus Atlanta, the global left's violent rage over a police academy, that and so much more. Email us as always freedom at charliekirk.com and subscribe to our podcast and get involved with Turning Point USA today at tpusa.com. That is tpusa.com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd.com. Welcome back, everybody. Email us freedom at charliekirk.com. Really excited for our guests this hour. Lee Fang joins us, who has been doing some great reporting and honestly has a super interesting story. I want to get into his background later, though. I want to first lead with his excellent story here that is radicals versus Atlanta, the global left's violent rage over a police academy meant to prevent killings. You guys can find it at leefang.com. That's l-e-e-f-a-n-g.com. Lee, excellent piece. I want to explore this with you. Welcome to the program. Tell us about it. Hey, Charlie. Thanks for having me. You know, this piece looks at a couple different issues. You know, in America we have a crisis of police training. Police are not very... they don't have a very large training requirement, especially compared to other wealthy industrialized countries. You know, it takes a minimum of about three months to four months of training to become a police officer in many jurisdictions in the United States. Compare that to Finland, Germany, Denmark, and other countries where it takes at least three years. Stressed out cops, cops without proper training, are more likely to injure civilians and themselves, more likely to escalate violent situations. There's just so much social science, criminology, and other research that shows better trained police are better at preventing crime, are better at de-escalating and dealing with mental health emergencies, better at policing in general. Yet, despite this kind of clear fact of the matter, the new cause du jour on the far left, the radical left, is going after police training. There's a view that any type of training, any type of investment in preparing police, is some kind of violation of defund the police, abolish the police principles, that it's somehow dangerous for society. And we're seeing protests all over the country of various police training centers. But the biggest kind of rallying cry is a proposed police training center in Atlanta that will be primarily for Atlanta police, but for Georgia police overall. Police in Atlanta are, you know, they're forced to train in a very decrepit building where the roof is literally caving in. Firefighters will also use the same training center. They're using an ancient abandoned elementary school. This is something that the unions, that community leaders, that the entire city council, that community leaders have demanded for decades. Now it's finally happening. And the global left, I mean, people are flying in from France, from the UK, from Canada, to protest the center, to engage in violence, to attempt to burn it down and attack it. It's kind of the rallying cry for protesters around the world. In San Francisco, in Brooklyn, in Paris, and other places you see Stop Cop City. They've kind of branded it as a supposed cop city and made it their rallying cry. And it's kind of led to these escalating violent tensions in Atlanta that is very unusual for the city. This is a city with a long history of nonviolent civil rights protests, very kind of gradual, moderate reform. It's not known as a hotbed of radicalism, yet Antifa and anarchists from around the country are swarming to the city and in camping and attacking construction workers and police officers as they attempt to build this training center. So I have several thoughts. I think you've pinpointed the first, perfectly, which is for years, as I do these campus events, I'm told by anti-police BLM activists, the key is training, that we need to train police better, that we need to make sure they're better equipped, that they're not overwhelmed, that when they get in a situation, for example, they don't mistake their taser for their firearm, which is a situation we saw recently that ended tragically. Now, that seems to just be an excuse. That doesn't seem to be legitimate, maybe by some people it is, but this activist base is going after the actual training centers themselves. Now, our audience probably remembers, and Lee, I want you to correct me if I'm in error here, but this felt like a coordinated attack. It felt like as if there was communication channels, time, date, place, and manner to go after this construction site of well over, it seemed to be between 50 to 100 people is my estimation. Walk us through that day that went viral where these Antifa folks gathered with, I guess you could say weapons or I don't know if it was Molotov cocktails, tell us the details of when they decided to actually try to damage the training center in Georgia. Well, you know, to your first point, there's been a great division within the criminal justice reform movement. There are many well-meaning people, well-intentioned people who see police abuses, who see issues between police and civilians as an opportunity for reform, for greater investments in body cameras and civilian oversight and better training and working closer with police and violence interrupters to deal with all the kind of issues that we have in this country when it comes to crime and policing. But there's another side that's overwhelmingly kind of dominated by upper-class activists, by foundation-funded activists, by kind of highly educated left-wing anarchists, for lack of a better term, who see this opportunity, see these kind of moments of police misconduct or viral moments you see in the news around policing as an opportunity to burn it all down, to kind of confront police, to engage in rioting and violence. And that's what we've really seen with this public safety training center in Atlanta. Back in December, you had a number of activists, almost all of whom who were at least arrested were from out of state. Once you look at the arrest records in one of these confrontations where protesters brought weapons, knives, Molotov cocktails, even firearms. In one case, 27 I believe were arrested, only two were from Georgia. In another case where there's another violent confrontation, every single individual was from outside of the state. And there's sometimes kind of a cliche that any of these violent protests are outside agitators. And I think you should always view some of these claims with skepticism. The proof is right there. I mean, these violent protesters were bringing weapons into Georgia. And after this training center, the arrest records show that they don't live from the state. I mean, it's become a global rallying prize. So people are flying in. And you listen to the last city council member hearing on this training center from earlier this summer, and people at least identified themselves. They said, look, I flew in from Los Angeles. I flew in from New York. And I'm just so opposed to police training that I use my own resources and my time to come protest. It's become very fashionable. It's kind of the bandwagon effect. It's the mimetic power of the internet. When people see these kind of very emotional causes, they get so invested. And if they have the time and resources, they will literally fly to a place like Atlanta and engage in these protests. And it hasn't been a meaningful back and forth. There are claims that this is a militarization center, that this is going to be used for training alongside Israeli special forces to terrorize minorities. There's no proof of that. But you can understand if you did believe that that might be kind of a galvanizing reason to go in and protest. But there's just been such a big separation between those who are very eager to jump on a bandwagon and those who are actually dealing with the facts of the matter for this training center. How much damage did they do to the construction site? And do you think this training center will actually get to completion? Well, they've destroyed multiple bulldozers and construction materials. They went to the Alabama home of one of the construction executives and attempted to intimidate him. They just destroyed and burned several police motorcycles at the center. They've attacked AT &T workers who are setting up some of the telecom equipment. I don't think there's been a full kind of exhaustive list of all the damage they've done, but they keep attacking the workers and the police and destroying all the equipment as they come and develop the center. And will it happen? I don't know. There's a fight. There's lots of kind of far left money flowing into the city to put the issue to referendum. So there'll be a yes or no vote in Atlanta that has not qualified yet. They're still gathering signatures, but it's still TBD. There's a lot of money coming in and this is an off-year election. So for an off-year election, if it qualifies for this November, it's really for those types of elections, the most eager and enthusiastic voters can have a lot of sway. I just want everyone to just take a second here. This is is this in Fulton County, Lee? Is that correct? I think it is. Yeah, I believe so. So you have the Fulton County DA who's about to indict a former president because of a phone call and then you simultaneously have a taxpayer funded police training center of people flying in from all over the world, attacking it. Something here doesn't fit.
A highlight from Antifa's War on Cops and the Brazilification of America with Lee Fang
"The U .S. dollar has lost 85 % of its value since the 70s, when the dollar decoupled from gold, and the government seems bent on continuing the tradition. Charlie Kirk here. From now until after the elections, the government can print as much money as they want. The last time they did that, inflation went up 9%. Gold is the only asset that has proven to withstand inflation. Invest in gold with Noble Gold Investments. You will get a 24 -carat, one -fourth of an ounce gold standard coin for free. Just use promo code kirk. Go to noblegoldinvestments .com. That's noblegoldinvestments .com, the only gold company I trust. Hey, everybody. Today on The Charlie Kirk Show, Lee Fang joins us to talk about radicals versus Atlanta, the global left's violent rage over a police academy, that and so much more. Email us as always freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast and get involved with Turning Point USA today at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Welcome back, everybody. Email us freedom at charliekirk .com. Really excited for our guests this hour. Lee Fang joins us, who has been doing some great reporting and honestly has a super interesting story. I want to get into his background later, though. I want to first lead with his excellent story here that is radicals versus Atlanta, the global left's violent rage over a police academy meant to prevent killings. You guys can find it at leefang .com. That's l -e -e -f -a -n -g .com. Lee, excellent piece. I want to explore this with you. Welcome to the program. Tell us about it. Hey, Charlie. Thanks for having me. You know, this piece looks at a couple different issues. You know, in America we have a crisis of police training. Police are not very... they don't have a very large training requirement, especially compared to other wealthy industrialized countries. You know, it takes a minimum of about three months to four months of training to become a police officer in many jurisdictions in the United States. Compare that to Finland, Germany, Denmark, and other countries where it takes at least three years. Stressed out cops, cops without proper training, are more likely to injure civilians and themselves, more likely to escalate violent situations. There's just so much social science, criminology, and other research that shows better trained police are better at preventing crime, are better at de -escalating and dealing with mental health emergencies, better at policing in general. Yet, despite this kind of clear fact of the matter, the new cause du jour on the far left, the radical left, is going after police training. There's a view that any type of training, any type of investment in preparing police, is some kind of violation of defund the police, abolish the police principles, that it's somehow dangerous for society. And we're seeing protests all over the country of various police training centers. But the biggest kind of rallying cry is a proposed police training center in Atlanta that will be primarily for Atlanta police, but for Georgia police overall. Police in Atlanta are, you know, they're forced to train in a very decrepit building where the roof is literally caving in. Firefighters will also use the same training center. They're using an ancient abandoned elementary school. This is something that the unions, that community leaders, that the entire city council, that community leaders have demanded for decades. Now it's finally happening. And the global left, I mean, people are flying in from France, from the UK, from Canada, to protest the center, to engage in violence, to attempt to burn it down and attack it. It's kind of the rallying cry for protesters around the world. In San Francisco, in Brooklyn, in Paris, and other places you see Stop Cop City. They've kind of branded it as a supposed cop city and made it their rallying cry. And it's kind of led to these escalating violent tensions in Atlanta that is very unusual for the city. This is a city with a long history of nonviolent civil rights protests, very kind of gradual, moderate reform. It's not known as a hotbed of radicalism, yet Antifa and anarchists from around the country are swarming to the city and in camping and attacking construction workers and police officers as they attempt to build this training center. So I have several thoughts. I think you've pinpointed the first, perfectly, which is for years, as I do these campus events, I'm told by anti -police BLM activists, the key is training, that we need to train police better, that we need to make sure they're better equipped, that they're not overwhelmed, that when they get in a situation, for example, they don't mistake their taser for their firearm, which is a situation we saw recently that ended tragically. Now, that seems to just be an excuse. That doesn't seem to be legitimate, maybe by some people it is, but this activist base is going after the actual training centers themselves. Now, our audience probably remembers, and Lee, I want you to correct me if I'm in error here, but this felt like a coordinated attack. It felt like as if there was communication channels, time, date, place, and manner to go after this construction site of well over, it seemed to be between 50 to 100 people is my estimation. Walk us through that day that went viral where these Antifa folks gathered with, I guess you could say weapons or I don't know if it was Molotov cocktails, tell us the details of when they decided to actually try to damage the training center in Georgia. Well, you know, to your first point, there's been a great division within the criminal justice reform movement. There are many well -meaning people, well -intentioned people who see police abuses, who see issues between police and civilians as an opportunity for reform, for greater investments in body cameras and civilian oversight and better training and working closer with police and violence interrupters to deal with all the kind of issues that we have in this country when it comes to crime and policing. But there's another side that's overwhelmingly kind of dominated by upper -class activists, by foundation -funded activists, by kind of highly educated left -wing anarchists, for lack of a better term, who see this opportunity, see these kind of moments of police misconduct or viral moments you see in the news around policing as an opportunity to burn it all down, to kind of confront police, to engage in rioting and violence. And that's what we've really seen with this public safety training center in Atlanta. Back in December, you had a number of activists, almost all of whom who were at least arrested were from out of state. Once you look at the arrest records in one of these confrontations where protesters brought weapons, knives, Molotov cocktails, even firearms. In one case, 27 I believe were arrested, only two were from Georgia. In another case where there's another violent confrontation, every single individual was from outside of the state. And there's sometimes kind of a cliche that any of these violent protests are outside agitators. And I think you should always view some of these claims with skepticism. The proof is right there. I mean, these violent protesters were bringing weapons into Georgia. And after this training center, the arrest records show that they don't live from the state. I mean, it's become a global rallying prize. So people are flying in. And you listen to the last city council member hearing on this training center from earlier this summer, and people at least identified themselves. They said, look, I flew in from Los Angeles. I flew in from New York. And I'm just so opposed to police training that I use my own resources and my time to come protest. It's become very fashionable. It's kind of the bandwagon effect. It's the mimetic power of the internet. When people see these kind of very emotional causes, they get so invested. And if they have the time and resources, they will literally fly to a place like Atlanta and engage in these protests. And it hasn't been a meaningful back and forth. There are claims that this is a militarization center, that this is going to be used for training alongside Israeli special forces to terrorize minorities. There's no proof of that. But you can understand if you did believe that that might be kind of a galvanizing reason to go in and protest. But there's just been such a big separation between those who are very eager to jump on a bandwagon and those who are actually dealing with the facts of the matter for this training center. How much damage did they do to the construction site? And do you think this training center will actually get to completion? Well, they've destroyed multiple bulldozers and construction materials. They went to the Alabama home of one of the construction executives and attempted to intimidate him. They just destroyed and burned several police motorcycles at the center. They've attacked AT &T workers who are setting up some of the telecom equipment. I don't think there's been a full kind of exhaustive list of all the damage they've done, but they keep attacking the workers and the police and destroying all the equipment as they come and develop the center. And will it happen? I don't know. There's a fight. There's lots of kind of far left money flowing into the city to put the issue to referendum. So there'll be a yes or no vote in Atlanta that has not qualified yet. They're still gathering signatures, but it's still TBD. There's a lot of money coming in and this is an off -year election. So for an off -year election, if it qualifies for this November, it's really for those types of elections, the most eager and enthusiastic voters can have a lot of sway. I just want everyone to just take a second here. This is is this in Fulton County, Lee? Is that correct? I think it is. Yeah, I believe so. So you have the Fulton County DA who's about to indict a former president because of a phone call and then you simultaneously have a taxpayer funded police training center of people flying in from all over the world, attacking it. Something here doesn't fit.
Antifa Clashes With Armenian Parents Over LGBTQ Curriculum
"Welcome to the program. Fill us in about what happened in Glendale, California yesterday. So, yeah, so in Glendale, you had some parents go out to a school board meeting. They have been protesting the school board there for some time, demanding that there's transparency of curriculum. Last night, parents went out. There's a large Armenian population as well. I talked to one mom who was filming inside the school board meeting and a dad who was actually outside watching what was going on. He told me that Antifa -type people showed up. They sided and segregated themselves with the proponents of LGBTQ curriculum in schools and then broke off and went to confront a group of Armenian men who were in a parking lot right nearby. At that point, from what I understand, one of the Antifa guys threw a punch at one of the Armenian men and a scuffle broke out.
Pres. Trump Inclined to Pardon Many Jan. 6 Protestors, If Re-Elected
"Cut 19 go When you pardon the January 6 rioters who are convicted of federal offenses I am inclined to pardon many of them I can say for every single one because a couple of them probably they got out of control but you know when you look at antifa what they've done to Portland and if you look at antifa look at what they've done to Minneapolis and so many other so many other places look at what they did to Seattle and BLM the 11 Many people were killed These people I'm not trying to justify anything But you have two standards of justice of this country And what they've done and I love that question because what they've done to so many people is nothing nothing And then what they've done to these people they've persecuted these people And yeah my answer is I am most likely if I get in I will most likely I would say it will be a large portion of them You know they did a very I think it would be very early on And they're living in hell right now You see how honest and forthright he is how straightforward he is He's not your typical politician as he mister producer
Trump Hints at Pardoning Capitol Rioters
"Here is an excerpt from last night with Donald Trump and amazingly on CNN. That is town hall meeting. Sean, you have the excerpt there. Will you pardon the January 6th rioters who were convicted of federal offenses? I am inclined to pardon many of them. I can say for every single one because a couple of them probably they got out of control, but you know, when you look at antifa what they've done to Portland and if you look at it, look at what they've done to Minneapolis and so many other so many other places. Look at what they did to Seattle and BLM. They alone. Many people were killed. These people, I'm not trying to justify anything. But you have two standards of justice in this country. And what they've done and I love that question, because what they've done to so many people is nothing, nothing. And then what they've done to these people, they've persecuted these people. And yeah, my answer is, I am most likely if I get in, I will most likely, I would say it will be a large portion of them. You know, they did a very, and it would be very early on. And they're living in hell right now. So when it comes to living in hell
How the Left Implements Asymmetrical Violence
"They want antifa thugs in the street Because they want them to be able to beat on you to assault you to aggressively violently attack you And they want if you respond to defend yourself they want you in jail And what's the only way that happens The only way that happens is if prosecutors are in charge who will not prosecute antifa but will most certainly prosecute you Asymmetric violence man It is a tool of the left from the first Marxist socialist to write a manifesto now The use of strategic asymmetric violence and the only way to make that violence asymmetric is to have a prosecutor who will put you in jail for defending yourselves Remember the mccloskeys Remember the mccloskeys you think that was an accident Was that in St. Louis A George Soros funded prosecutor a bunch of aggressive lunatics show up on their property Bam walks outside in his own house with a firearm saying hey man you don't want any beef here time to move on And the mccloskeys get thrown in jail not the people who were engaged in the property destruction and other stuff You understand that was done intentionally It is not an accident It was the law Brother it had nothing to do with the law Please don't embarrass yourself
Dinesh Resolves the Mystery of How Antifa Raises Money
"Every time there is a racial incident or even a concocted racial incident, we see these antifa protests, antifa riots, and the question arises and it arose also in the context of Black Lives Matter, who funds antifa. Now, corporations kicking money into Black Lives Matter and of course the Black Lives Matter officials by new homes and they have luxurious lifestyle designer handbags there. It's a racket. But what about antifa corporations as far as I know and not funders of antifa. And then some people think, well, it's obviously George Soros today. She's putting the money into antifa. Well, actually, no, not so much and not so directly. I believe there was one report that I read some time ago about Soros connection. But by and large, what Soros does it doesn't fund antifa. He finds the DAs, the district attorneys who refuse to prosecute antifa. He funds the bias to media that reports on and in a sense does cover for antifa. He finds legal groups that work hand in hand with antifa, but he doesn't fund antifa itself. So who finds antifa? Well, as it turns out, we do, or at least the taxpayers do, particularly in democratically controlled cities. Just recently, the city of Philadelphia agreed to pay 9.25 million, almost $10 million to 343 left wing protesters who said they got physical and emotional injuries from the cops. How the cops used tear gas and pepper spray. I mean, again, think of the difference with the January 6th protesters. Are they receiving $1 million settlements to compensate them for the pepper spray for the flash bangs for the for the batons that were rained down upon them? No, not at all. So what you have is an antifa ride, a Black Lives Matter ride, they damage all kinds of property, they block highways. In some cases, they hurt people. And then what happens is they sue the cops.
Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Reacts to the Alleged Leaker's Arrest
"Farrell, thanks for coming in. Great to be with you, Seth. Thank you. All right, so initial reaction we've got the breaking news at the top of the show, this individual who has been arrested with the S.W.A.T. teams with ballistic helmets. I mean, antifa never got this kind of treatment. He is a Massachusetts air national guardsman in his early 20s, a Jack takes Ira is allegedly the leaker of hundreds accordingly that now we know hundreds of classified documents to his gamers Discord chat room what a bloody joke. But I'm sorry. Take it away. Take it away. Yeah, this is a controlled leak by The White House or elements within The White House. I want to be I'm not going to try to pin the tail on the donkey exactly. But it is a controlled leak of classified information, you don't have an Air National Guard junior airman 21 years old with direct access to CIA operations center summary memos. It just doesn't happen.
How Often Has Chris Elston Been Attacked by Transgender Extremists?
"Times have you been physically attacked by these transgender extremists, Chris? I would say I've been assaulted probably 25 times. That includes people spitting on me. Physical altercations probably 15. I had my arm broken in Montreal. I got jumped by 5 or 6 masked and hooded black block and antifa attackers. I blocked a traffic cone four times with my left forearm, as man was trying to cave my face in and one of those blows broke my arm because the base on those tones is really dense. And what happened with the police there in Montreal, nothing, two months later, the investigator told me they'd lost the street footage. And there was nothing they could do unless I got them the names of my masked and hooded attackers. In Ottawa with 12 police watching on, members of parliament, members of Ottawa city council. All watching as 200 university students mobbed me, punched me twice in the head, spat on me, painted on me, destroyed my signs and keyed my car. They did nothing about any of it. The day before an Ottawa, I'd been punched by a man. He got arrested, The Crown prosecutor decided not to press charges. This is how it always goes across Canada. And as we saw with the trucker protest, we've got fascists running the country, and they're doing everything they can to stop people like myself from speaking up.
NY Mayor Labels Pro-Trump Demonstrators As "Rabble-Rousers"
"Clip 17. Play clip 17. A while, there may be some rabble rousers thinking about coming to our city tomorrow, a message is clear and simple. Control yourselves. New York city is our home, not a playground for your misplaced anger. We have the safest large city in America because we respect the rule of law in New York City. You know, though we have no specific threats, people like Marjorie Taylor Greene, who is known to spread misinformation and hate speech of she stated she's coming to town while you're in town, be on your best behavior. As always, we would not allow violence or vandalism of any kind. And if one is caught participating in any act of violence, they will be arrested and held accountable. Well, Gavin, there you go, mayor Adams calling you a rabble rouser saying that congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, can I get your direct response to that? Call him calling you guys out. Well, it's funny. Last time I saw mayor Adams, he was nothing but nice to me or smiles. I don't think he knew who I was, but it's just funny to see that he's calling us rabble rousers. We have seen this city destroyed by crime, destroyed by the criminality and violence of the radical left of antifa and others. We have already demonstrated our ability to host many peaceful protests, whether it was originally for this indictment or for the vaccine mandates or whatever it is. We have a long history of it. I think tomorrow will be the same. I'm more worried about the rabble rousers on the other side. I hope mayor Adams is worried as much as I am.
America Now Has a Two-Tier Justice System
"I want to lay a broader context by quoting a recent statement by Vivek Rama Swami, the young Indian guy who I'm going to have on the podcast, by the way, coming up shortly. Anyway, he goes America now has a two tiered justice system, and he gives three examples. Trump is indicted while Clinton pays a small fine. This is for campaign finance offenses. Antifa and BLM riders run free while January 6th protesters are imprisoned without bail. And his third example, Douglas Mackey faces ten years for the same joking memes that Christina Wong posts with impunity. So let's take a look. You guys, Douglas Mackey, who posted the following meme, and you can tell he's a smart aleck, he obviously thought this was really funny. And he has a poster of African Americans for Hillary. And he says, avoid the line, vote from home, text Hillary to 5 9 9 two 5. So what he's basically saying is, you know, if you want to vote, you can skip the line. You don't have to vote that way. You can vote just by sending a text. Now obviously he's joking, you can't vote that way. And this kind of stuff is all not only all over the Internet, but it's something that's been joked about for decades. I remember going back to the 80s and 90s people joking like, hey, listen, you know, we better get the word out of the Democrats. Make sure you vote on Wednesday election day. Given the wrong information, they show up in the wrong day. Obviously this is always been intended as a quip and a joke. And that's how Mackie intended it. But nevertheless, the Justice Department pretends like, oh, this is election suppression. This is a guy trying to discourage African Americans from voting, and it goes before a jury in New York, a left wing jewelry, by the way, the juries in New York, not a whole lot different from the juries in D.C. that are considering these January 6th, cases, and the jury finds Doug Mackey, guilty, and now this poor guy is facing, I kid you not ten years in prison ten years in prison for a meme.
Libby Emmons on the Frightening "Trans Vengeance" Movement
"Us now is Libby Evans, human events, and the post millennial she's one of the clearest thinkers on the trans issue. Libby, welcome back to the program. What a terrible couple days and what a disappointing news cycle that is followed of sensitivity to pronouns and trans people, but not to dead children, Libby, before we dive into it, just the floor is yours. Your thoughts and we'll go from there. Yeah, I would have done as you were Charlie when I saw on Monday that there was another school shooting. And it was even more shocking to see that it was carried out this time by a young woman, and that it turns out that that young woman actually believed that she was a male and used pronouns that were male pronouns. It was really a surprise to see that. And in the days that followed in the hours that followed, even more surprising and horrifying to perhaps not more horrifying. But pretty surprising was that mainstream media outlets started advocating for the use of these. He him pronouns and were prioritizing the use of pronouns over discussing the victims and the children that were killed. And things like that. So it was pretty surprising. Also, then we saw on Twitter, Twitter started banning people who were talking about this other thing, which is upcoming Saturday in Washington, D.C., several networks, some of them antifa affiliated all of them trans advocacy groups are organizing what they are calling a trans day of vengeance outside of the Supreme Court. And what is this even about? They're talking about bringing buddies wearing masks. So they think it's still the summer of 2020 out there. And they're still going ahead with this despite the shooting.
Sacramento Bee Falsely Accuses Charlie of Trans Lynching Comments
"The things we do at turning point USA and we believe firmly in our core is that we should go to we should intentionally go to places where we are in the philosophical, religious and ideological minority, that we need to go to places where we are not always going to get the warmest welcome. And in fact, I think one of the reasons that we have lost our country is that far too often conservatives are afraid to go into the left wing bastions and speak the truth. And so we had this campus event schedule that University of California Davis for quite some time and what happened last night was something I've never experienced in my now ten years of doing this. I have given over a 120 speeches on campus. I've given over thousands and thousands of lectures and as many of you know, radio and podcast thing. I've never seen what has happened and what is unfolded because it wasn't just the students or the antifa terrorists. What unfolded in the last 24 hours is so telling about how the elites and how leaders are involving themselves in the incitement of violence against conservatives. And I'll prove this to you and I'll show it to you. It's disturbing in more ways than one. So yesterday morning we were hosting our radio program and they were already talking a big game at University of California Davis. And the Sacramento bee, which is the local newspaper in the Sacramento area published a newspaper article, calling me a fascist speaker, and that's not true, but I can roll my eyes and say whatever. But the byline of the article took my breath away. It said, Charlie Kirk is coming to University of California Davis, who has openly called for the lynching of trans people. I have not only have I never said that. I haven't even remotely ever gotten close. It is a fabricated total completely fake lot. But the Sacramento bee ran with it. And so immediately we mentioned it on our program, we emailed ahead of the Sacramento bee. We said, hey, this is an Internet rumor of somebody that's a trans activist that came after Charlie because he didn't like his strong opinion when he said, quote, in the 1950s and 1960s, men would not have allowed men to compete against women in women's sports or go into women's locker rooms, they would have dealt with it. That was the exact quote
What Is Roger Stone Doing in New York?
"Back. I'm talking to Roger Stone, roger. I live in New York City, I do not mug people, but I do live in New York City. I think it's overstated about the crime. That's here. We don't need to get into that. All I'm trying to say is, I live here, you rarely visit here. You visited here. I was out of town. I was very upset by that. I wish I got more notice when you're going to be around. But tell us what were you doing in New York and did you say antifa was trying to attack you? So I was invited by the New York young Republican club, which is the oldest, largest and most vibrant and active young Republican club in the country. Former members, governor Thomas E Dewey, attorney general, Herbert brownell, governor Nelson Rockefeller, former vice president, Richard Nixon when he lived all associate members. Verily a John foster dulles an associate member. Very Augusta and storied history. It is a really a vibrant club of young people and they invited me to come in for a martini mixer. This is where I spoke about the history of the martini. I reveal Richard Nixon's own secret recipe for the silver bullet. And then I move behind the bar and with the assistance of three bartenders, I mixed and poured over almost 300 martinis. By the way, The Daily Beast said they were margaritas, just to show you how to actually yeah, they're not big on mixology or theology, but that's the only two things of which they're totally ignorant. But at least call themselves The Daily Beast, so it's right out there in front, you know exactly what they are. I think they're corporate slogan is 6, 6, 6, as a matter of fact. But in any event, so with the way this worked is you bought your ticket on eventbrite. And then roughly an hour before the event, the club would send you an email telling you the location of the event. Otherwise you have an almost guarantee of violence and other protesters. But the location of this event in Little Italy evidently leaked and there were so many bomb threats and death threats to the Italian restaurant where it was going to be held. That they canceled before hours noticed.
NAACP Rejects $5M San Francisco Reparations Proposal
"The San Francisco NAACP is slamming this proposal in fact, they've actually called on the city of San Francisco to reject the proposal. The NAACP had San Francisco is saying investments and presenting opportunities for the black community makes more sense. Good for them. Good for them. Good for the NAACP of San Francisco. For standing up for some sanity in this insanity. But it's not insanity. There's a method to the madness. I've been thinking a lot about this in the last few weeks. The left wants divisiveness. The left wants a racial divide. Antifa thrives on this. Black Lives Matter flourishes with this. The angry, vicious, left, wants a racial divide. They want us at each other's throats. They want us fighting. They want us hating each other, this is what they want. This is all they want.
"antifa" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"And when protests or free speech or free press turn into violence, and that means the person that acts in that violent manner must be persecuted, it's no different folks, it's no different than getting into some type of a domestic dispute with a partner or a person, girlfriend, boyfriend, whatever may be. Wife, husband, neighbor. And if you're struck physically, that is assault and battery. That's illegal. And that's where the line is drawn. But prior to that, in my understanding, you're certainly free to voice your opinion. So if you opinion is to support antifa, that's your opinion and your support. Go for it. But once you start to physically attack, that's where you will be persecuted if law is enforced correctly. And it's not just antifa. It's any other organization that could be and would be deemed a terrorist or domestic terrorist. And every foreign and domestic. But this has nothing to do with the GOP or the DNC. This has nothing to do with politics in the regards that these are internationally funded organizations to cause disruption in America because America stands in the way of the global agenda. But so fastly, right? So, so very rapidly, folks. Such a large percentage of Americans do not see this and or they see the global agenda as being one of harmony. And respect. And global united love, if it will. Such wonderful concepts, such wonderful concepts. And let me give you another angle to look at it from. You've got China, for instance. It's the most populated, or maybe India, one of the two. I think it's China. China is the most populated country on the planet. The billion and a half people, is it? Close to two. I'm not sure. Maybe India. One of the two, one of those two. I think it's China again. Here, China Chinese just floated a balloon over the U.S.. And the Biden administration was so it gets to the end of its journey. To shoot it down, while all the information had already been live streamed and transmitted back to Beijing. Joe. But good puppet you are. Good boy.
"antifa" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"In trachea here for discussions of truth. What we had 6th of March now and while time flies, it's 2023. It's the third month in the 2023 folks. Antifa has nothing to do with Donald Trump. Antifa has everything to do with disrupting disorganizing, creating chaos in the American culture. And society. It has nothing to do with Donald Trump. Antifa is funded by European anarchists in the sense that they work for the Vatican. And the global banking order. Okay, that's kind of a nutshell. Of course, these people are not anarchists. They subscribe to this Vatican dominated economic system, meaning Central Bank. America is their number one target because America you and your constitution stand in their way of global domination. Let that sink through your head. Folks. You've just heard it. So let me repeat it. And let us swirl around, you can meditate on it, let it process if you sink any of this is fringe. Let it process again. America, that is the United States of America, Stanford University. America is the last Beacon of hope on the planet and it you and your constitution stand in the way of total global domination by the central banking system that resides and operates in Switzerland and that is completely controlled by the Vatican. Donald Trump was pushing back against such chaos. Whether he's part of the great reset, which is the on the coming, the oncoming digital order, the digital currency order, executive order, one four zero 6 7, I think it is that Biden just passed just signed off. To get these central banking digital currency, the CBDC implemented into American life to protect you folks, protect you. From cash. Oh
"antifa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Filed. When you said it was a six twenty four that the video went or at least. The video was posted when with charges filed. Do now monday sweet. I think that would be the first september. It was interesting yeah monday. La this county district attorney five. Only charges of indecent exposure tuesday arrest warrant was issued out speaking to you right now. The person has not been arrested yet but according to her plans on and monday was the thirtieth and wednesday with first according to max paddle though. Your dad was decorated police officer veteran. Thirty one years and your mother owned a jewelry store so we don't know anything may be true coming from our producer. Chris maxwell andy last question how we live in a world where everyone feels like. They're endanger someone. Sent him a shitty tweet or something. But you've been beaten two times pretty severely so for you. It's a very real thing and also you know and thi has not a lot of smoke and hokum punch people and beat people. They have a rich history of that. What gives you the courage or the chutzpah to is your people would say to Continue doing this anti hunch in us about some crow bonds to hit people rave actually killed in portland last year. My own city. There was a politically motivated shooting. Murder by. anton number This week b. l. a. in the lapd manian arrest of announcing from number suspect. Who stabbed somebody in in this individuals charged with attempted murder so the violence is All the way Johnson your question. I think what keeps me going inside the the truth. The truth is soccer. Sanctum at not hurts. I see people who my peers who work in the industry of journalism. Really betraying that oath and I i would like to see this. Industry is seen as one that is noble and lauded and respected. And unfortunately it's not all right well for that. You've earned a plug on mass inside and tv's radical plan to destroy democracies available now on amazon. And you can shoot a tweet. At mr andy. No that's n. And website andy dash no dot com. Thanks for joining us and appreciate it and keep up the keep up the fight my friend here it strikes me. She's talking about journalists. I'm now realizing there's probably two camps of journalism going on now. There's the andy. No and i'm catching a flight to afghanistan. Even though because the shit's going down. And i want to cover it journalists and then there's the ones that are scared of getting a bad tweet packing the back in their apartment in sherman oaks. We need to bring the middle of journalism back which is just reporting. Chris can verify this but it's something like again. The public opinion of journalism and journalists has been steadily declining since watergate or woodward and bernstein and there's also a peak there's seventy four is a problem in general which is and i've talked to mark arrogance about this is terms of judges and stuff. Which is if you're going to. You know it's i always think that case and stanford with a woman was drunk and she got raped in the judge that they ruined the judges life. Like now you come out and you say i support andy. No in the working okay. Well now your life's ruined so who wants to go there. The real question is who is ruining your life. Who are these people. And why are we stepping back in in sort of turning a blind eye to it. Yes real quick. I just i i just while you were talking about anti just google the word antifa. Just you came up and ad. L. dot org is An organization it says on here it's an organization for anti-aids and i just want to know what their definition was and they have some key points. I'll just read you. Two of the key points. Antifa is a decentralized leaderless movement composed of loose collections of groups networks and individuals. I jumped down. One paragraph anti-us professed purpose is to vigorously oppose fascism while some extreme actors who claim to be affiliated with antifa. Do engage in violence or vandalism at rise. this is not the norm. This is not the norm and they claim they're probably just outside agitators. Put there by ted nugent. If you're a leaderless group that's all you have is to claim right okay. This is a perfect example of them not wanting to get shit for calling them what they are which is violent extremist group. All right let me tell you about. Tommy john Underwear they make the best..
"antifa" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Maybe it's too conspiratorial. But you remember the heather. Heyer killing the charlottesville heather higher. Yeah yes so like antifa was there and they were the ones responsible for taking down like the the the barrier that stopped cars from going into their. What they did is they they. They moved a barrier He was going to be going a different route but they had blocked off any other streets that he could go so he was forced to go down that street and then like weren't they banging on his car and chasing him down and won one professor admitted to point have having pointed a gun at him minutes prior and then the professor antifa though yes and and yeah if you actually inspect the video you can see multiple hits on his vehicle before. He accelerates into the crowd. Yeah yeah. I mean so. Plus he was already urine. Soaked from having bottles of urine dumped on him earlier in the day. Yeah so that's why. Now he's got he's got now he's got multiple life sentences. There are people who like there are people who rape people in front of in fact there was there was a black lives matter heidel who Raped someone in front of their kids. Who was held up as a hero. Hero yeah i mean i don't know like what else can you say about but i don't i don't understand. People support the policy mike. That's what i don't respect. I don't respect talk radio biography if they were. If you're gonna call it call it like the played flare both five totally totally jut the vialli liberal and i don't like i don't like the extremists on the left and the on the right. Yeah well or no. It'll be something like well look. We need to disavow. The violence of mt obviously bounces back. Violence is always bad and we will never like violence. But but but let's be honest. Mtpa has never killed anybody. Never it's never happened and more racist than anybody ever talked to the.
"antifa" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"As partisan as more like he's got this like tony robbins. Fix your life kind of deal going on right like he's much more of a publicly motivational guy than he is a political and then guiding not not to nitpick nitpick but like charlie kirk is like that too except he's free market capitalism. We'll fix your life and their harney's your black. The only real problem you have is you don't have enough. Free market. cap is democratic policies. Yeah yeah yeah so you know. If you're black what you really need it in your life. You don't eat alone you don't need to start your own business. You need to get educated. What you need to do is vote for the guy who's going to get rid of the epa because they're the real problem we need less regulation on immigration and more regulation on the border control. Now mike going back to that. Yahoo article kind of summed up the book. It said. i'll repeat unmasked will do no more to help. Americans understand antifa than borat. Help us understand kazakhstan. It is simply a cudgel for trump is to swing whenever they need to obscure their own complicity and events like the capital riot which even know was forced to admit had not been conducted by antifa Mike i actually kind of agree with yahoo news. Yes okay go on. I think. I think indiana did a good job of kind of summing up what's been going on over the last four years who anti is how they work like where there's structural roots come from a pretty good autobiography of antifa wet. What you define as a good job. Well i mean you think it's true you think it's true. Yeah i think for the most part most of the coverage he did is pretty cracknell. No i don't think so. So i mean he did he did. He did cover a lot of things that i hadn't looked into too much previously and it was kind of funny looking at various idols in. Let's say the bill movement and you go into their past recent past and it's like drive by shooting with the same gun that they were paying point the cops like when they got shot and like all these rate like rapes in front of people's kids and stuff like that. It's kind of funny when he does that but he does get into a couple of things one one of them. I do know a little bit about in fact when the story was hot i was kind of hot on it. Another situation where. I wish we had podcast because we have done a good episode but connor bets. Do you know who that is. No i don't know so he's known by people on the right is like the antifa shooter. he shot up a bar. Ooh don't remember exactly where it was. Let me look real quick..
"antifa" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Like antifa does that all the time to all sorts of people. Yeah well especially when you go through the book. It's crazy how how many instances he just kind of throws out there of assaults robberies beatings killings and is one of the things that you often hear is like. There's there's never been a murderer or killing committed by antifa. And i mean depending on what your rationale is. What what you're defining. As responsibility there have been many. I don't i mean it's just so obvious like we watch. We did when we first started plug after the covering of mea minneapolis and we're watching typhoon like just flock and rip people's head like just lineup and boo people in the face. Setting fire to buildings like emptying a fire extinguisher. Face emptying a fire extinguisher. And someone's face. This is a really funny thing to me. You know there's a somewhat viral video video that took place in one of the blm antifa riots. I believe that was outside of a target. There was an old woman who is trying to prevent the lueders from looting. And we'll chair in a wheelchair and she got assaulted. Hit with a fire extinguisher. I don't believe they actually used the cylinder of the fire extinguisher as a weapon but they sprayed her down with it and whatnot is. That is my memory. Correct on that. Yeah i think so. She did get hit like physically head and like. Oh yeah oh yeah and pulled her around. The stirred ribbon her bag. It's a it's a pretty brutal video like the contrast here because what we had with the capital riot the the central points to what made this so evil and so despicable and so clearly something that every person. mike. Jason and sally can empathize with is that we had capitol police officer. Brian sit sick. Nick die because he was struck and bludgeoned to death with a fire extinguisher by inhumane writers who wanted to overthrow our democracy right mike. That's what happened exactly so democratic house impeachment managers these were the prosecutors in the senate trial to impeach donald trump. They said that the insurrectionist quote the insurrectionist killed a capital police officer by striking him in the head with a fire extinguisher. This is a quote from the impeachment trials so recently. The fbi director. Christopher wray testified before a senate judiciary du judiciary committee and what. What do you know what he said. Mike about officer sick nick and his death. I have no idea. And i have been following that at all because sickness was cremated along time ago. Now this attack. This attack was now months ago So the autopsy has long since been done. All these studying and everything that they could possibly be doing is has been done. It has been said that there was no evidence of blunt force trauma. Mike and from so well. Interestingly enough after the january sixth riots. he texted believes brother and several other people said that he was doing. Okay everything was okay and It was actually later that he died and the senate was questioning. Christopher ray the fbi director so this guy has been a centerpiece for a media. Firestorm that has a charged up political direction within the united states. Proper end the west at large. Why did officer sick nick die. The fbi director refused to say anything about the cause of death. Why what's why..
"antifa" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"I don't think so. I don't think like any normal centrist. But these these aren't normal interests. That's the that's the point. Normal interest do not share their their worldview their ideology. What do you have any like stats on iming. Forget about it. It's not a matter but faulk like i. Just i'm just so perplexed by the general acceptance of antifa and the kind of things you hear people there nothing to worry about. All they're just you're just anti-fascist argued. They've never killed anybody. Jason are they. Don't they're just defending themselves. Those are the people that stand up for all the little guy or whatever they just they just beat up racists well as places i wear like someone came up to me. We're new orleans and somebody you weren't with me. I was by myself there for someone came up to you and was like. Don't worry man there's always someone said hey. Did you hear the proud boys or coming to town. I was like all night in here. And who the problem is like. I don't i have heard of them. But i don't really know anything about them all white nashes racists. I was like oh really. That's crazy and don't worry antiques here man. We've got you and i was like. Oh okay i was there with you and we're looking like could we find out where they could. We go wherever they're gone. It was like it was like some secret event attended by ten people like like it was not even saying it was it was it was. It was essentially a private gathering. There's probably birthday cake involved. Maybe at someone's house that that's what it was and there was a city wide kind of counter organization to this elegant manhind handing out flyers about it to anti protests. Andy on any no wrote this book. What do you know about andy. No young guy. He's like probably around our age so young for for this much success going way for sure. I didn't really have a high opinion of him. To be honest. he's a journalist. I felt like kind of capital. Like he he. He doesn't his book like you're not supposed to insert yourself in the story as journalists put. But i had no choice basically. Yeah i of felt. Like wouldn't grafter. But i kind of felt like he's definitely riding on the coat tail like i don't think he would have been famous if he didn't get milkshake day. Oh no that was the as far as his career goes. That was the best thing that ever happened. Well why don't you. Why don't you wanna define. What can you explain what happened there. Yes so i mean he would. I guess he's from portland and he was just following around antifa on this regular protests. They're having and they knew he was somehow and he had written in colette. Colette them and i guess you'd already talked. Some of them or something or he'd already been investigating them and writing negative things about them somebody pointing him out and he got like punched in the head. He got a milkshake with like cement. Maybe maybe not thrown at them. They stole his camera and beat him up and that was like that. Got him interviews with like fox. News tucker carlson. Probably sean hannity all the time. Like maybe four or five. Major news organizations picked it up and started interviewing him. But i mean my understanding is.
"antifa" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Stop getting the news from the internet disappear completely on your social media presence. I don't think so. I like you are like this is what you just is. Nothing like what's being said here. Men like to pull out of social media to encourage people to pull out of it right now like. That's pretty extreme to be honest. Most people most normal people participate in social media right. Yeah well i mean they're just saying keep a strictly separate personal and private like they're like look and seek out right wing radicalism write everything down. Names address is like bully them Harass them where every time you get an opportunity. Yeah yeah and you have made you have mainstream political figures within the united states saying things just like that but could you not like pull out a few words and insert other words and this would be scientology. Don't think ya but i mean You know you could say the same thing about christianity you could say the same thing about Then okay sure it sounds like religious. Almost it sounds like Like a bunch of people who are joining religion or something like that. They're they're very passionate. And they are trying to operate outside of scrutiny. So yeah they're a little secretive and they're taking measures to curb any kind of attacks against them so it kind of makes sense but moving on regular martial arts. Training is recommended. Find out what the laws are in your city and state about a variety of self defense weapons and make sure to practice with and carry everything that is legal and finally pressure venues to cancel racist or fascist events. These are these are the methods and goals stated by one of the most popular antifa blogs on the internet. I don't know it just like. I don't understand just from that if you can go and find that easily. I don't understand why there's so much mainstream support for antifa seems to be very extreme for the normal for a regular person if you support their causes this is the Row if you share their worldview and support their causes this is the rational corral ary corral ary. This is the rational next step to.
"antifa" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"So weird. It's so fucking weird. But i mean like now. I think things are so different if that happened today. I wouldn't be shocked at all. Yeah yeah same with me. Things are definitely the way that i see. The world has changed a bit as well. I i think the world has changed a bit to be honest. I don't think that's the way we looked at. I don't i think like compare that to the kind of protests you saw by the left before you know that memo cop fat cop like pepper spraying someone in the face and that was that was. That baby was more funny though he just had this locking around a left wing. People don't like oh. It's okay for that. Poor kid peppers the facebook nazis. Getting bunches and funny. Well i think one of the reasons. Why i find that video funny is that it's very impersonal. Nondescript you have this fat guy and you've got like a riot mass kind of covering his face. You can't really see the guys just this kind of like king of queens fat guy or king of kings queens fat guy. Just mowing about nonchalantly spraying industrial. Hairspray can and you can't see the people you can't see the people either zip tied and huddled like really moving just taking it so it's a lot more impersonal. I think that's one of the reasons why i can find that video humorous sure loving but it like you when it happened. I was like oh. That's fucked. Yeah i mean. Generally i would say things like pepper spray. Don't cause permanent damage but we might get into something later where there is speculation that these things can cause some permanent damage but what about like the occupy wall street movement and it was just so pathetic you know to have everybody outside huddled in tents. And they're like we're going to sleep outside in tents until you change the economy right in front of all the richest wall street fucking millionaires in new york and all them are just like i. I don't shit like going up to the top of his building to go make a hundred thousand dollars. I don't give a fuck about you so you don't you don't think that That struck fear in the hearts of anybody at the top of the pyramid. I think things would have gone a lot differently. Punching bankers oval. Yeah in the. But you brought up on podcasts that you thought that there was some. I guess validity to it and you thought that there was a movement to divide race since. Then yeah yeah. I think i think the cause of occupy wall street was founded more. I mean practical an honest then than what like black lives matter and antifa and stuff founded in. This is very against any knows book. He's pretty on on the ball. We'd like antifa. The point is onto fight fascists. The point of mtv's dismantle capitalism right. It's just the military wing of far left communists socialists. Whatever however they.
"antifa" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"25 minutes after six. Rush morning update as we continue on AM 5 50 FM one of 2.9 Wdun, one of the most jarring moments of first presidential debate between Trump and plugs came during their exchange. On the riots in blue cities across the country. Now, Biden declared that the violent radical left wing group and TIFA is an idea, not an organization. He have quoted testimony from the FBI director Christopher Wray. That Antifa was more of a movement or ideology than an organization now when he forgot to mention Buyten, forgetting it's common is that the FBI director also testified that Antifa is a real thing that is coalescing regionally into small groups. And is among the most violent anarchist extremists under FBI investigation. Now for anybody who follows the news, there's no debate. Antifa cells have been perpetrating violence and vandalism for years. Self identified Antifa members committed arson and destroyed property of the Trump inauguration. Portland, Oregon has been under siege by Antifa for months. Now, Aside from the nightly riots and arson, they've even tried to set fire to police stations with cops and other people inside. For years, Antifa has been causing violent chaos in Portland and also in Seattle. The main question isn't whether Antifa is an organization or an idea. The only important question is why Democrat mayors and governors have put up with Antifa and haven't called for the federal help they need. Crush these violent anti American extremists, and we know why. Last year there was a victim of identity theft every.
"antifa" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Daniel make adam are co host annual good to see you. How are you this morning. Dr paul doing fine right. Let's see what we can accomplish. Our efforts to promote peace and prosperity is some days. I think we make little headway I i always keep thinking it should be more popular than it is. It's amazing But i think when push comes to shove and people really understand. I think is a popular. Issue do generalize polling about. What do you believe in. They generally say yeah. That sounds good to us. Except i remember. Leonard read from the foundation for economic education. He always you know that's true. That's what they're going to say. But i'm for this. He's but everybody has a. But i think that's so true especially the conservative free-market businessman. They have a lot of big butts. So it's a different story but we wanna follow up on what's going on with the new administration and and how much support or getting from their friends and in one one thing that bothers me has been announcement that the coming from some of the so-called supporters We want revenge. That's getting pretty serious. You know they're they're they. They claim there for peace and prosperity. You know when you listen to. Oh that's pretty neat there. we can work with. But i don't think they're libertarians But you know and talking specifically about antifa and tika you know they've been stereotyped. I think basically pretty correct but they've been ignored left has never really touched them on night. All but now now antifa you know i valued because You know i don't think that I don't think biden this especially you know giddy over their support anymore. So i think that's going to be a problem and but biden is marching on. And if they're objecting it isn't because santita has become more libertarian. They want they want biden to be more radical and That that takes a little bit of effort to do that. But biden i would say is not bashful he Starting off with a lot more mandatory rules mandatory masks and I think he probably wrote the executive order already. Know if you put one foot on any federal property does that mean when they're on federal land out west. There's three of us up here We have a helicopter out here. They don't have their mask on zoomed on there and get the whole thing is totally absurd and all done with great intentions and It's still be me about why people are so willing. You know to go along with it. But i understand it too because You know why. Take on the federal government. And i'll do this because i don't want people to lose their jobs. I think it is the smartest thing in the world to do but it is obviously A a an event that is going to play a big role in our politics. And i think the general rule that they've done here to broaden their you know target their enemies in that is changing words. And you recall very vividly. What happened after nine. Eleven the word terrorism. you know. we kept arguing. You know everybody's a terrorist and we have to stop terrorism. Terrorism didn't tell you who did it. you know. it wasn't like say go get al qaeda or something. We'll go get the terrorist in. That was done deliberately because all they had to do is find somebody That they could just lay more..
"antifa" Discussed on KOMO
"Through barricades to storm the building. Riot police still working to clear The North side, and the woman shot earlier inside has passed away and left school right back to Washington, D c. Today it has been a day like no other in the nation's capital, ABC News correspondent Andy Field has had one very, very busy day along with his ABC colleagues there, Andy what's the latest? When will the talk and the debate? Over the electoral college certification take up again. We're told that it's gonna happen at 8 P.m. Eastern, which is about 45 minutes from now. What? Whether they will continue to object to these electoral votes, knowing full well that there is no chance of this passing either. The House and Senate with majority Is up in the air. Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers is one Republican who issued a statement just a short while ago saying that she was going to object. Of these electors. But after today's violence and seeing the basically the president and some of the actions in Congress is adding fuel to the fire today, She has decided to change your mind. She will not object now, and she will vote to okay. All these electoral votes now we don't know if other members of Congress other Republicans going to do this, but we'll find out at 8 P.m. Eastern, just a short while from now, if that happens In the meantime, President Trump Twitter has now threatened to suspend his account indefinitely. This is Donald Trump's oxygen. He posted two tweets today. One which was supposed to Quell the violence but certainly didn't sound like it was doing and he says, I know you're upset. I know you're angry. But it's time to go home and we must have peace and then went on for the rest of this video message. Talking about how They have been treated unfairly. He had been treated unfairly, but we have to have peace and respect the police and go home. Certainly didn't condemn the violence. Didn't say anything about the person who was shot and has now died on Capitol Hill didn't say anything. What's interesting is that earlier in the day, he gave a speech talking about how Antifa was destroying US monuments and buildings. Today, his own supporters destroyed parts of US monuments and buildings, and the president said nothing. We're talking with ABC News, Washington correspondent Andy Field and Andy tell us about some of the impeachment talk or other potential legal action. Some are talking about to hold President Trump responsible, including the 25th amendment. That's the one that allows removal of the president from office. Well, the person who would have to be involved with that is the person who is standing up there, and we'll have to announce the certification of Joe Biden when this is all over, and that's Mike Pence. He and the Cabinet are the folks who have to get together and say The president's unfit for this job, and we will remove him from office. Mike Pence has shown no indication, nor is any of his Cabinet members of doing that. Since the beginning of his presidency. It's unlikely that we're going to see that happen now, but we don't know. You know, there were so many things that have never in U. S history happened before this day That happened today. We could be in for some surprises. And in terms of impeachment, yes, the house could indeed. Come into session tomorrow and once again impeach the president in short order and send it to the Senate. It's unlikely the Senate would do anything about it unless, of course. They see the two senators on I think they've confirmed or at least they projected that both Democrats are gonna win the race and In the Senate, which will give control Of the Senate to Democrats. So It's likely the president could be impeached. I'm not sure they're going to put the effort into it at this point with so few days left in his term, all right, Well, we'll put a bookmark right now. With our conversation with Andy Field. Our coverage will continue all afternoon and evening is Andy mentioned the session starts up again in just 40 minutes from right now. Five o'clock Seattle time for the certification of Electoral college are common news time. Thank you, Andy is 4 20. And we're just learning of a security breach at the governor's Mansion and State Patrol is holding a news conference on that, and we will get you the latest details on that in just a moment.