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Episode 15 | Tracy O'Malley - Part 1

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34:02 min | 4 months ago

Episode 15 | Tracy O'Malley - Part 1

"Welcome to tiptop podcast. My name is tiffany. Marie davis formerly known as tiffany. Marie boyd spend a lot of. You may know me or have seen me for my competing as a top is bb bikini pro since then turn from a top ten bikini olympian celebrity master trainer and corporate dropout to a serial lifestyle entrepreneur. Let me tell you friends. This has been a walk in the park. There's five key areas. I will be discussing in. Wellness mindset mentorship business and faith. My mission has always been in serving others through real life. Experiences with no fluff tip. Cops is real rock juicy conversations to show you how to discover the champion. You have within get ready. Everyone here is where. I show you how to take over your life welcome. The tiff talks. Podcasts this is your post tiffany. Marie davis i am so excited. I have a tree for you. All you guys have heard me speak about any graham tested numbers and that mumbo jumbo that. I definitely cannot break down because i still a student in the art of any around. I have the most amazing woman here with needs today. Miss tracy o'malley she is a lifelong leadership. Junkie that has always been obsessed with transformation a decade ago although having the ability these successful rock bottom team calling with death. Divorce recession and unhealthy coping mechanisms. It was ben tracy. Her life to ground zero and began feeling the toolbox with more effective tools. She walked away from a successful career. That sucked the life out of her and into a new one in leadership at team building emotional intelligence cells in network marketing and went from zero dollars to one million dollars in income in just two years. She built a very diverse and dynamic organization of over a hundred thousand people strong and continues to lead coach organizations companies and individuals in leadership communication using the integrating the faint framework of being any ground in which she is an expert in. I repeat she is an ex were and she's also a thought leader in that area when people feel seen incurred understood anything possible. I am so excited. Welcome to the show. Tracy thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to chit chat with you like your fire. I can feel it. I love it. Yeah i can definitely talk to you about some stuff. I'm excited to learn more about me. Learn more about the people in my life though. I wanna hear your back in story. Because one of my missions one of them have lots mission crazy like that but one of my missions is. I really want to show people that. We just didn't wake up in entrepreneurship in our life. Just doesn't look and you know we have all of the great things on social media. I really want people to know your back in story in just hearing your vile alone. I want you to share with everyone where you started in how you got your today. Oh my goodness like. I m probably i could be the mama of most of your audience. A my children are in their twenties or twenty three and twenty four and i've been divorced for fourteen years. Single mom sole provider emotionally physically spiritually and financially. All that time I grew up back in shy town chicago. So i'm a feisty chicago irish girl and Born in almost fifty. Like i'll be fifty next year. It's crazy to even savor. He's never of guessed when you guys see this on me unedited version. She is an absolute beautiful bank. You you know what growing up back east and in that generation. I grew up in the household. You know. i'm a first generation personal developer. Some of you listening have maybe experienced parents that i've kind of tackled this stuff. I'm kind of going rogue with personal development. Quite honestly. Because how i grew up was like what's happens in our house stays in our house. Do as i say tonight as i do suck it up shut up you know you're better seen than heard is basically the culture and the generation that i grew up with and i took that very literally but i always had this fire in me. I've always been very intuitive I grew up in an alcoholic home. I had an emotionally abandoning kind of neglectful mom. She's beautiful soul but she just could not deal. And so as the oldest child. I at the age of four started to be very adult like and making decisions and beliefs being born as a four year old really affected my life the next thirty something years. I've always been feisty and fiery put a goal in front of me and crush it a lot of it was to prove my worth quite honestly My dad wanted boys and the day that i was born. You know. this is back when men weren't in the delivery room. This is how old i am and there were no gender reveal parties or any shit like that. It was literally got. We got the day. The kid was born and good luck and dads out in the waiting room. Smoking cigarettes is kind of the seat. Right and for the record. I feel like we don't give me life in. We get to go back to that and run out until the only what the baby is alkyl. I decided that i totally. I love the simple things like that. But here's this here's the most impactful story that's ever been told about me and i heard it when i was four years old as well so the day that i'm born after thirty something hours of labor my twenty year old mother gives birth to me. The doctor comes out to tell my twenty four year old father. Congratulations mr o'malley. You have a daughter. And my dad as unfiltered archie bunker type kind of personality like one hundred percent irish. Says you know what you can keep her. I don't want her. And if you knew my dad you know. He's kidding like he is hilarious and stir the irish have embellishing big grandiose stories and this is one of them and although it's hilarious and my logical mind knows this when you imagine a four year old hearing that story. What would a four year old. Believe about that story. The belief that i came up with that dictated every move. I made the next thirty six years would be that. I need to be as close to perfect as possible in order to be worthy of love approval acceptance and attention. Because i was never gonna grow penis. Y'all not this time and and my lifetime not for me. If that's your choice go for it. But and so i pretty much operated in the belief of okay. What would my dad want from me. And you know i. It dictated how i showed up in relationships. It's dictated how i judged women it dictated how close i would let people get to my heart. And for the next thirty something years I was pretty destructive but quiet about it. Like you didn't know i was self destructing because i'll be damned if you let me see me go down right. I'm any grandma eight. So the last thing you're going to see his vulnerability coming out at me. I'd rather die. And so i was basically imploding and blowing shit up and then you know leaving the wreckage behind and i got married super young high tailed it out of chicago. Got married at twenty one had backed back. Irish twins like a good irish girl does by the time. I'm twenty four. I have two kids under the age of two and loved it and it was great and started a business with my now. Ex husband had the cute little home. The two golden retrievers. The two kids life is good. We got a mortgage. I'm awesome until i wasn't you know you can't outrun some of this stuff and if you don't repair it you repeat it and i really believed with whole heart that i could go set up shop somewhere else and leave all of the unhealthy stuff behind me but it does catch up to you if you don't if you don't work on it and address it and not just address it but address it with love. It's just a matter of time before it takes down everything you've ever wanted for your life and you know it was twelve years ago when the recession hit. I was going through a divorce at the time. My kids were nine and ten. It was a shit show and at the same time. My dad gets diagnosed with cancer. Twelve days later he dies so all of it was happening at once. I was back into corporate america in a male dominated industry. Which i couldn't stand even though i was awesome at it. My coping mechanisms all came to the surface. No food addiction. I've been tag teamed by a couple eating disorders most of my life. My alcohol consumption like a good irish girl. I was born to drink and fight and boy was good at both You know. I was a power tripping angry woman. wasn't emasculated codependent. I you know you name the coping mechanism and i pretty much had it. And i was really great at all of them and you know it was. When my dad died. I was like i just turned forty like you know what like life is too short and i got a lot of life to live and my kids were now becoming teenagers and i started to see them. Re pete some of my not so pretty parts. And i knew that you know just like our teams that you're leading our kids that were leading anybody that we lead. They will do what we do. Not what we say to do. If i wanted something different for them and i had to show up a little bit differently in my very best and so that's when i decided to walk away from my only income. I was not receiving child support. I decided to wipe out my entire social network and check myself in to get help with all these coping mechanisms every single one. I didn't leave any of them hidden in my back pocket. I was like. I know myself. And i will manipulate the shit out of this so i walked into rehab and i said this is all my shit. This is all of it. I'm not hiding anything. And i'm forty at this point. So those of you listening. I'm tracy six point zero at this point so it's never too late but it was in rehab therapists that i still see to this day. She's a type eight gram as well. And she's a feisty lady from texas basically called me on my bowl well shit and she's probably one of the first people i've ever allowed to and she wanted me to take the test and i was like fuck that i don't wanna do that. Are you kidding me. I don't need another label. I clearly just laid a hundred of on the table here for you and untrue. Any a graham eight feisty spirit she says well your best thing and has gotten here so maybe consider something different. I'm like well to shirt interesting right so it was then that i took the angiogram test. She originally thought. I might have been a three but as we dig deeper which is really important to not just rely on these online assessments because we dug deeper although i appear very three like like. Put a goal in front of me. And i'll crush it. I'm not motivated. By what motivates three motivated one hundred percent by. What motivates an eight and. That's where this journey began and it was in rehab that you know it's one of those things like when you look in the mirror. Did we always look at the beautiful parts about us. Almost never is be line to the parts. We don't love that. We want to improve. That are thorn in our side and of course when looking at the gram eight. I looked at those qualities as like. Oh shit. I'm an asshole. I'm basically the biggest asshole on the ground and there was something in the in the moment i was like. I'm seeing all these behaviors like check. Check check yet. I'm an ass yup. I'm domineering yep. I can be a bully yet. I can be aggressive But there was this moment that like but we're there's darkness there must be light and it. It was definitely a divine moment that my eyes started to gaze towards all the beautiful beautiful parts of the world class leader world changer. Truth seeker justice finder The people that make big moves that changed the world is like fuck yes. I know that as me. I've been there before. I know i've got it in me but the thing i say about the program in each type and this is really important for you and anybody listening. That loves the graham. Like i didn't change who i want. I'm still fireball clearly. I don't use all my old coping mechanisms. I've been sober eight and a half years by the grace of god. They retired that jersey. I'm good but you know. My intensity is my superpower today. S like the core. Eight kind of energy is intense. And it's always my superpower when and only when it comes from compassion love service empathy grace but that same intensity as in the story. I told before that same intensity becomes a wrecking ball when it comes from fear insecurity unworthiness. Shame guilt and ego so the beautiful part of this is like what i loved about. The early is like i'm not changing. Who the hell. I am however. I don't have to use it as a weapon. I don't have to use it as a wall. All i have to alter is the come from that. The might my whole essence is coming from and the only way we can lean into our superpowers. The only way is through love. Compassion empathy gray service in order to do that. I had to give myself that same courtesy and that meant the shame and guilt had to be worked on extensively. And that's the beauty of all of us. You can't give what you don't have so in order to be able to be that world class big money makin move person. I had to give myself exactly what i was going to attempt to give other people. And that's where all this started almost a decade ago chill. That was possible any for my head. Tomatoes of chills. I'm sure that so many people can relate. You're an absolute perfect guest for what we are about. And i love your story. Love that like you said. It's never too late to do the work. There are so many nuggets. Not don't carry or repeat it. You know it's it's never too late where there's stark mr musty lay. That's where you get to two women you know prior to tracing coming on caught up a little bit and i really wanted to let you guys know. We all have a story in get to own in that process and like she had mentioned. You know it's never too late to really start doing the work at forty years old. She decided to not only change narrative of her life but she jumped off a cycle. She jumped off the likelihood of all that she had known she could've been you know down that path and stayed there in all she knew stayed in that masculine. Domineering are dominating space. But you really were able to tap into your feminine. Energy is what i hear you say and that is very challenging especially when you're a go-getter in when you're in a space of corporate because it is a very masculine constantly competing. I mean i'm a corporate dropout and i'm proud of it while now corporate space i was in was in the male dominated car industry on tunnel great so like the ratio is like a thousand to one men to women so i had to like my toughest nails exterior with. You know. I'm not too hard to look at really helped the situation but it also fed the unhealthy parts of the dark side. And what i love about your entire stories. What i hear you say is because you discover the any aground really. That's when the work began. When you understood how you how you functioned how you operated in also how you were able to tap into that space and because when you get there You're you're magical is what is so funny because like most of you. That are just may be meeting me a little intense on the front end of this but if you met me i'm very gentle and very compassionate and might use the on my energy for sure. It's very loving no matter who you are and i joke because especially when i do talk every graham eight in the crowd says well if i'm too soft and people will take advantage of me and i get that because that's why i was so hard for so long listen for us to make the moves in the world that we are destined to that we are called to. We have to drop into the softness. Because that's how we are able to be received by other people you know and it was in rehab honestly that when i was reading about not just my type but all the other types i realized i was raising two types that were not like me and it made perfect sense why i was not making the impact on those beautiful kids that i was raising is because i was speaking to them in a way that they could not hear the language and so what i tell every any grim eight that challenges me if i softened up people take advantage of me. I'm like listen. I used to operate ninety nine percent of the time in that energy that intense. And it's it's a recipe for burn out not just your health but relationship money. It burnt like you'll bankrupt yourself if you're in that all the time so now i've flipped. I'm ninety nine percent of the time in love and compassion. But don't get me wrong. That one percent of fuck you and i will kill you. I will crush you. And because i am so much in love and compassion. I have lots of reserve so my one percent will kill you. So don't get me wrong. All you graduates out there. trust me. you don't lose the fuck you so it's you know like you said you how you just don't miss the guys. No i'll kill you feel you i love you do and i love it so much. Well you know shifting gears a little bit in any graham in your stories beautiful. Your children are beautiful. You should definitely be so proud of yourself because of what you've been able to create at home you know that's amazing on top of all of your success in so i wanna get it in a little bit behind the any engram test and so first and foremost where can people take the test as to what is your number one recommendation because there's like seven thousand of every time you type it in you can take them left and rate well. I hate this question and it's the number one question that's time because people just want to know because you're hearing how much i've used it. This framework to change my life and helped thousands of other people change their life with it. So everyone's like give me all the goods. And and i will say the. I like the one any graham institute. There's a few other ones that i like. I want you to know even that one that paid one that i love the most is inaccurate. Sixty five to seventy percent of time there are so many complexities to on that. Just plug and play. Questionnaire will never get to the root a lot of times if we've experienced any kind of trauma were not re especially if you get some aid on you. Even if it's twenty five you got a lot of history in two thousand five years that there's layers upon layers six degrees of separation usually to get to the core of why we do what we do. And so. just if you're going to take an online assessment please no sixty five to seventy percent of the time. It's an accurate. And i've done hundreds and hundreds of typing sessions with people with that same and the statistics are true. So just use the assessment as a starting point well shit darting and what i usually tell people is this and this is this will help anybody. That's just really wanting to know. okay. I've taken a test. It's not resonating. I don't know what to do with this stuff. There's a few different things that i usually will tell people if they want to take this journey on their own. It is a self discovery process for sure. So first and foremost you got to be patient. And y'all want the answers right now because that's the way we live in this world. We want like quick fixes. We want quick answers. This is not that okay. So if you're gonna take this on on yourself just know it's going to take a while and you have to be radically honest with yourself. You have a hard time doing that. That is when you really really really should have a guide like me help you through that process. It's just like anything you know. If you've ever gone to like universal studios. I highly recommend getting the guided tour. Or because you see all the cool shit. You see the behind the scenes stuff. You see all the ins and outs you have a better experience. You feel seeing her. It's just awesome. Same thing with this so if you want to really dive into this hire me for a session to take you through it. That's the best way. But if you're going to tackle this on your own again it's going to take awhile what i usually will say. Look at the top four to five scores on a one on the graham institute and just because even if you have that top score with a big gap between the top one and the next one. Please don't assume that. Don't assume reason i'm even asking this and i took one untrue. Ity dot com. I don't know if that's accurate. The reason in bringing it up is because i am a one a one. Nine eight was the three that i got. While you're very instinctual then obviously because those are all in the body triad yeah in all motivated by the same thing right now. I'll i took today just for shits and giggles. Because i was like let me just see if like. There's a different number that hops out. They took it last year. In it was a three jury will help. This will really really help you. Then so i love that. And i've had people take that same test that i've told you about like they've taken it before and i still have them. Take it again with my link and almost always. They're different scores every question i have and that's why i'm asking him like certain spe- select. Obviously we going to tracy guys. Yeah we will. Here's the thing a lot of us. Here's the problem. A lot of us have been personally developing ourselves. And so a few things happen. We're not answering based on the true motive of how we were when we were kids. What coming up with our belief system right. That's our belief systems born before the age of ten. That's where a motive is lying right And then it takes on different forms of expression through experiences through c. Eking out that. This is actually true. Sometimes especially as women we compartmentalize our life. If we're wanting to use this for business we put on our boss baby hat and start questions like a boss babe which is probably why you got three every to three so and if you've had trauma there's so many coping mechanisms that are clouding your true motive for anything because you shut that part down so far to keep you safe. Then that's what happened so this is not just a cool party tool or party game. It is way more than that. And so i mean. I've done lots of therapy. I've worked with lots of people that have done decades of therapy and on session with me. They're like holy shit. I'm like i know it's amazing. Because i know the right things to ask to get to your motive without a lot of pain so the thing when you get the test look at the top four or five. I've seen sometimes the fifth score being the true tape. And then what i will say is. There's three centers of intelligence. There's the head the heart in the body. And so usually i mean your first set of scores eight nine one though. All three of those are in the body triad. So we'll start there in the body triad. Those three types are motivated by truth and justice. Yes there are underlying. Emotion is anger now for all three of those types. It's a little bit different. So for the eight. Which is what. I am or more explosive with the anger right and we will seek truth and justice for the vulnerable especially for that vulnerable part of us right. The nine is seeking truth. Justice and protection for the collective. They're more about the environment right. They're not as aggressive. They shut down their anger because they have learned to put their needs aside. They have learned not to need anything because they have to keep the environment protective rejected. So you don't really see their anger except maybe passive aggressively and that one is like there. The improver there the sheriff's the wardens in town. They have high standards high integrity. They keep all of us on our toes. They're seeking right or wrong. Black and white good or bad no gray area. And their anger is more internalized and that inner critic they will get a little snippy outwardly. But that's like multiplied by thousand internally. So that's like the the body center of intelligence now the heart center of intelligence. So when you're looking at your top five scorers like understanding. This is really important because you'll be able to narrow some down. Kicks them off the list so in the heart triad. These three types are motivated by significance and their underlying emotions. Shame all right now if you have shamed own assume you're one of these because there's complexities to this but you'll understand when i kind of quickly go through this. The twos find significance in what they do for others. Helpers right the threes find significance in what they do or achieve. They believe they're worth is tied in what they do. Appear urge eve or the twos are what they do for others. A force find significance internally. They're all about this quest to find their true authentic self so they always kind of think. There's something missing them. That's something that somebody else already has. And so the shame appeared very differently for each of these types. The twos outwardly. If they aren't appreciated for all their helping they think there are piece of shit. Sometimes and that's very outwardly. The threes you'll never see them in shame. They bury the nine berries anger the three berries the shame they will just go achieve something else to hide it and a force they internalize it right. They will carry. That was me kind of feeling. So that's the heart center of intelligence. The last one is the head now. We use all three of these. We use all of our centers of intelligence but one dominates and then we can use the other ones. You know second hand so the last one is the head try. These people make decisions process. Information communicate based on thinking right and they're all driven by certainty. They need certainty their quest in everything they do. What they say is the need for certainty and their underlying emotions fear or anxiety so the fives the investigators. They need to know they're going be equipped and capable of whatever comes their way so they're kind of hoarders of information orders of energy. They want to make sure their resources are on reserve. So in case something comes up. They're prepared so they're the most introverted Their fear and anxiety Is internalized like they're the little hermits you don't really see the sixes my loyalists. These are the master troubleshooters. They ask lots of questions because they want to be certain that they have all their bases covered. The worst case scenario thinkers they have a spreadsheet for every possible thing that could possibly go wrong and their fear and anxiety is outward. Like when you see six spin out you know it. I am best friends with. It's crazy town sometimes. I'm married to one. Oh they're awesome. They take out of trouble. But i also have to have patience knowing they need a lot of clarity and they have to talk it out a lot where i'm more of like go into a burning building. Don't give a fuck about it like my heavy thought of this. Have you thought of this. Have you thought of this like geez. Okay yes thank you you just save me. So their fear and anxiety is more outward and so if you love lead six be patient. They're not an ice to take this as disrespect. Like how dare you question me eight. Like don't you fucking no. I haven't as cupboard but knowing that they need certainty. I can slow my roll a little bit and like albumin. Last is the sevens. They don't want to be trapped by our good friend. Angie is the seven so they can look flaky. They can look scattered can look like they don't give two shits about much of anything. 'cause they're moving all over the place because they don't want ever feel trapped contained and especially in painful things and so their fear anxiety just like the threes in the nines shoving down the fear and anxiety. The seven just bounces onto something else and pivots all over the place and joy. Happy epi and sometimes panic from time to time and so if you look at your top five scorers if you can kind of resonate with what you're driven by that will help eliminate the other thing and this is the other thing that i tell people when they go this on their own and this is something that's not talked about a lot. It's kind of like on how we deal with things. There's the compliant and dutiful full types. There is the Aggressive or assertive types. And there's the withdrawn types that this will help you narrow it down as well so the ones. The twos sixes are the compliant or dutiful types. They are like always watching what other people are doing right. They're always kind of like keeping their keeping tabs on everybody. You know the ones because of the right or wrong the twos because they want to know how they can help and the sixers because they wanna make sure everybody's following the rules so nothing gets blind so nobody gets blindsided right so that might help you narrow it down right. If you're more of like a rule follower like need clear instructions that might help you narrow this down now withdrawn types. The ones that need to pull back to process they pulled their first instinct is to pull back the force the fives and the nines. Okay so you notice. One is in each of the centers intelligence as well so this helps you kind of narrow it down these three types before they do anything they pullback. This is probably one of the easiest ways to understand who you are. Because you're for your first. Instinct is to pull back and withdraw. You might be onto something right. So the fours definitely do it and it feels like all of a sudden very dark. The fives do it in their hermit. Mode and the nines do it just by kind of lazy spirit. They're not lazy people but they can be like. I don't care what ever you want like. You're i kind of alum. And then the assertive types that we see a lot in entrepreneurship or these are the types that you really think. Have it easy. I i promise you. There's a dark side all three of these types but they're just like the go getters and that is the three seven the eights and we will go in hot and not really think about consequences much. Sometimes we don't think things through all the time before we do things but we also make shit happen right and that's why sometimes people will even manipulate how they answer these scores on the things to try and get the threes. The sevens or eights. 'cause they think well met. I'm better like this only works if you're honest with yourself so that's a that's a way to kind of go with these online assessments on your own but you have to be radically honest with yourself. You have to otherwise. The shit doesn't work because if you have in a wrong result none of this matters. Yeah now you just eat is spent so much fire got to figure out where because that was so powerful to really break down the numbers understand where you're at. I truly feel like we could be a little bit of all of them just ten in the healthier. We are yes. We can't embody all of them. I would like to say today. That i have a very big piece of of the nine types now in me. That's only through my own self awareness and for those of you that want to use this in leadership. I'm just going to say this. Because i hear this a lot. Because you're leading big large network marketing teams or corporate teams. I mean my marketing team is over. One hundred thousand people. I have seven millionaires in my organization with five different any graham types within that but the only reason i was successful as i am is because i have full self awareness of who i am and how people receive me first before i start trying to be whatever i need to be for somebody else. You have to know yourself inside and out and because i did that i for me then with my kids then in my businesses now with my clients and teams and organizations all over the world. It all starts with you because if you cannot lead yourself you will not effectively lead anyone else whether it's in your home or in your business period. What how talk about a mic. Drop from tracy molly. How many nuggets did tracy just dropped about. Three d. is she doesn't eat the phone tracy o'malley truly in any expert. Wouldn't you say we got the meat of how to decipher tight and use music for relationships. And who can you just leave it. Therapy is i mean. Come on that one talks. We get even deep. I believe it or not on the next episode. All right guys. Go tune into episode to you with tracy o'malley.

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Stories of COVID-19: On the Job

The Story Collider

35:36 min | 2 months ago

Stories of COVID-19: On the Job

"Hey everybody. Welcome story gliders stories of covid nineteen starting this week story. Quieter will be airing. A new series of five episodes featuring stories of the ways the pandemic has affected our lives spin an honor to document these stories which are sometimes raw and emotional sometimes whimsical and silly sometimes complex and thought provoking after the series. We're going to continue working. With storytellers to document this period in time but we will be focusing on other subjects as well now. We're in the process of producing an upcoming series called human nature which will feature stories that reflect on the ways were shaped by the natural world around us so that stories about conservation about climate. Change and fieldwork. Wildlife and plant life and natural disasters. Were really excited about this series. If you'd like to be a part of it please do send us your story pitch at stories at story. Quieter dot org. In the meantime we're delighted to more stories of covid nineteen with you in today's episode. We look at how the pandemic has affected our work lives. Our first story is from graduate student. Laura kajima it was recorded. Last february at her home in athens georgia. Most people would think that the life of an alligator biologist similar to that of the crocodile hunter. But that's far from the truth shirts fun. But it's far from fabulous for starters. I start my day off before. I go trapping by retrieving frozen raw chicken from a negative eighty freezer that has a dead alligator carcass. Senate good motivation to start off by day and then i have to get that chicken. Put it on the back of my truck to let it thaw out because the easier the better for my animals. I used this chicken as bait. No it's not an afternoon snack for myself. I then go grab materials for trapping such as my set bag a catch bag for once. I get animals and the trump's themselves. Of course. Once i get the boat connected to the truck i get my technician and him and i usually go out around noon and get ready to spend a day out in the lake setting traps for me. The grossest part of my day tends to be grabbing that raw chicken. Attaching it to the trap as bay and usually. I don't think anything could get any worse after that. While i was wrong so my project was already a little setback by two months due to the kobe. Pandemic thankfully restrictions on trapping and having a decent group to come out with me. wasn't too limited. As a result. I definitely was under a lot of pressure to catch up and make up for all the loss time i had getting animals. This day was particularly important because it was the beginning of putting. Gps transmitters on my alligators. That i was catching. And i was using those transmitters to their movement and the most pressuring part was that i only had a month to get at least seven transmitters on animals before i began classes in the fall so to say on i was under. A lot of pressure was an understatement. Because to put these transmitters on how to do a surgical and everything needed to go right. I thankfully had a crocodilian biologist. Thomas rainwater come out with us to putt these. Gps transmitters on and show us the surgical procedure. And all the loops with me was also my advisers by and tracy and ben was definitely going to be taking over putting the tags on these animals because he is a steadier hand and i just tend to have a shaky coffee hand. Most of the time let alone him juiced up on caffeine when it comes to trumping these animals since we do it at night time. So everything goes smoothly. Ben tracy and thomas all meet me at the dhaka. This traps are set. It's nighttime were ready to load onto the air boat and go so far. Everything seems perfect. We get out in the water. No alligators have taken to the trump's yet so we go upon ourselves to just News the animals from the bow of the boat and none are my criteria for getting a transmitter. But at least we get to start off our night with a little bit of fun but one thing i noticed is that the night is particularly buggy. And it's july. I'm in the southeastern united states. I can't complain. I know what to expect but nights like these tend to be a bit distracting. Because you're just trying to focus on the animal and getting your data and getting your work done while we finally go back to check the traps and bingo. We got an animal perfect size. We end up checking the sax the mail which means it can get a tag. And so ben tracy and i get the alligator on the bow. The boat thomas ties it off and then he restrained the animal tracy sitting on the back of the animal. Pinning its legs down and its tail in between her thighs. Thomas is holding onto the middle part while ben restrained the head and we start prepping to get the tag on. So i'm in a mid section of the boat taking data and all our headlamps are facing ups to create a halo of light over the boat so that we can see all the materials needed for the transmitter is a surgical process. So we have sterilized needles scalpels 's a wire that we use to attach the unit to the animal so it's very intensive and everything needs to be sterile clean so does humane as possible so me being basically the nurse on the boat having to retrieve the items to give to ben who's Do the procedure. I'm trying to be as focused as possible and making sure that. I have everything prepped in advance. So that when he asked for something. I can give it to him and as i'm reaching to get Wires for this animal. I hear a bunch of buzzing. And i made the mistake of wearing my hair back even though. I'm aware that it's a very buggy night. And all of a sudden i hear a bunch of loud all around me. I swat the bugs away thinking. There's no way they'll get any closer. And i also grab my headlamps and face them the other way just so they can not get attracted to anything surrounding me especially my six earrings. I have on my right ear. That i know they're most likely gravitating towards while efforts did not end of working the way i want it because the buzzing louder and louder to the point that a bug ended up going into my ear. I took a moment to think to myself. This could not actually be happening. The timing was so awful. And here i am with the twitching head just trying my best to not have a full on panic attack. Because there's a bug who's freaking out inside my ear. I paused because i figured maybe a leave. There's no way it's actually going to stay ano- no luck nothing. It just kept going and going sounded like it honestly went deeper as the minutes past. I try to play it off and quickly. Hand been the next amount of materials that he would need. I can tell he could tell something was wrong because he looked over at me quizzically physically. And just kinda was waiting for me considering such an open person to tell him what's going on but quite frankly i was embarrassed. All that was going through my head in that moment was one. I'm sure the safest way to get a bug out by going to the hospital and there's no way in hell i'm going to hospital during a pandemic because an insect is stuck in my ear to how can i potentially remove this bug without anyone noticing. Because there's no way. I'm asking them to help me and three. Maybe google will have an answer. And of course google did not have an answer and i knew better than to trust web and e even though they did have one good piece of advice which was stopped. Sticking things in your ear if you're trying to remove this bug. However i didn't listen. I grabbed. my pencil is using the take notes put tape on it. Sticky side up stuck that in my earn hopes that i can get the bug out in that fashion with no prevail. Then i get my headlamp. I stick it inside my ear. Seeing maybe the source of attraction could potentially get the bug to follow Out but nothing happened and so. I finally grab a pair of tweezers. That thankfully were sterilized. At least and i give him a quick look before deciding. Otherwise i need just give up and go back to doing my work so finally ben speaks up and he asked me what's going on and i tell him and he goes do to get it out. I hesitate and then i say no. And he goes back to dealing with the transmitter and so mike well. He obviously knows what his priorities are. So maybe i should right now too. So i kinda just like the bug shove it all into the back of my head just completely ignore. What's going on to the best of my ability and proceed with the transmitter placement procedure while casually twitching my neck because the sound is just so incredibly aggravating so thankfully we get the transmitter on this animal and it only took a little bit longer than it needed to because of my delay and we proceed to continue checking traps. We managed to get another transmitter on another animal. I think at that point. I was just so numb inside from exhaustion and disbelief. That i have someone hitchhiking in my ear. I was able to just temporarily ignore it. Let alone i usually hate the sound of the air boat because it is quite loud and we were headphones and it because listening to that can really damage one's ear more than a bug in the air but in this particular instance it was a very much so welcomed and distraction from the buzzing that was going on in my head. Once we've finished the night. I had to go back to the lab because as part of my project i'm also analyzing biological data including blood and so i had to go spin blood extract plasma and make blood smears. This is all at four in the morning with the hitchhiking bug going off in my ear ensure i was pretty exhausted by that time but knocking ally doing blood. Smears is already hard enough as it is let alone at four in the morning and with a buzzing sound going on in your ear. I was lucky that i even managed to get one good slide per samples thankfully. The night was already coming to close. And i thought to myself. This is something that. I'm going to have to deal with tomorrow if i actually have to go the hospital during a pandemic then. This is something that. I'll make the decision when i more awake and like cognitive tomorrow morning but right now i just. I'm gonna just hope that this bug leaves my ear. So i go home shower and yes. I go to bed with earplugs in my ear. Because i can't sleep without feeling them in my ear and the bug by some miracle sleeps with me i hear no buzzing and i sleep like a bear during hibernation until the next morning at twelve o'clock i finally get up and of course. The buzzing commences so in that moment. I made the decision all right. I think it's time to go to the hospital. You know. i live in a small town in south carolina. It shouldn't be crowded. it's a week day. Maybe i'll be fine. And so i try to let my paranoia kobe. Kind of subside. With the practicality that if i keep trying to remove this critter from my ear i can some serious damage to myself and it's just not worth it so double up mask. I get my hoodie. I tighten it around my head. Like i'm kenny. From south park because for some reason there's logic to me that just full on has mat su type protection with everyday clothes will protect me from the corona virus and head to the hospital. I go in and thankfully the waiting room isn't too bad. I get called in pretty quickly. And i am aware of how booked up the hospital is because they have to do my blood pressure and all that basic vitals stuff in the waiting room which i've never experienced before i called into an exam room and they don't have anymore of the normal exam rooms which closed door closed off walls. I'm basically protected by shower curtains but honestly going through a door. Outside of the waiting room into this shower curtain exam room was ten times more reassuring than being in the waiting room itself. A physician's assistant comes in and meets me. Asked me basic questions and we get down to it. I tell him what's going on. And honestly i think it takes him a minute to realize that my condition that i'm coming in for is absolutely absurd. Because the look on his face goes from stoic to just pure joy a matter of seconds as he realizes that he has to deal with something so mundane but also very far off from the virus so he initially tries to just suck the bug out using a syringe with no prevail and finally he gets down to business gets a syringe filled with saline solution in one filled with light a cane which is a local anesthetic. He puts a light cane in my ear to paralyze the bug which ends up killing and then he flushes out within ten minutes from arriving to the hospital. The bug is out. And i just can't believe how quick and easy of a process it was since it was such a painful evening of dealing with that bug in my ear. I asked him if i can take a picture of it. Just for memory's sake. And of course i have to get one of me flipping it off for all the grievance. Putt me through. So the worst part of this all aside from the fact that there was a bug in my was i had lied a cane in my boat which i use to numb the area which i put the transmitter on and i had the same syringe sizes that he used to flush the bug out so realistically i could have gotten the bug out using a cane and just put fresh freshwater in my ear. I don't care it didn't have to be sailing solution. Anything to get the bug out of my ear. So now i have two things that i know to prepare for when it comes out to trapping alligators one. I always wear my hair down. Because i don't want to risk any exposure my ear into at least i have the materials to get the bug out of my ear. If i ever have to go through this again. 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One guy has a tattoo on his face and my mind goes toward the direction of judging him but then i stopped myself from being a total. Shallow bitch i think these are the type of people. I was in high school freshman. Pe class with like before honors ap divided us. Once everyone arrives they take us to an office space. We sit down and work handed these fat manuals and told to read them. The manual goes into depth about different safety precautions. We need to wear smocks so we don't get electrocuted. The ground is taped off in a certain way to signal what is a walkway. And what is high-risk electric houston area. Or at least that's how i interpreted it. We should avoid doing certain things that we don't wear our bodies et cetera. The way it's all written makes me think that this job may actually be of dangerous. Like i'm kind of worried for my when we finish reading the manual. We have some downtime. And i started talking to this girl sitting next me and ask her if she ever did this type of work before and she kind of just goes off about it she starts telling me about like all this stuff like honestly. I don't even know half what she's talking about. She starts talking about the stuff she did at the previous factory. She worked at using words that i'm unfamiliar with the to describe the actions and then she says something like i hope they put me in the warehouse and i'm thinking there's more than one option because i thought that we were going to speed sitting in assembly line altogether the same place during the same thing now. I had just graduated college a little less than a year ago. Never had a real time job. Since i just finished my college shaw and had gone backpacking in europe for a couple of months until my trip was disrupted by the covid pandemic and the travel ban. But i quickly realized that. Although i'm probably the most educated of this group that i'm sitting with right now i'm qualified to do this job. It's lunchtime and we get a thirty minute break. I began drafting my texts to the woman who told me i got the job in the temp agency. I type something along the lines of. Hey it's shashi. I actually think this job is not what i was looking for and i would not like to go through with this position but thanks for the opportunity i pause and think firmament does not a place for me getting minimum wage to do this. Dangerous work isn't for me. This is something. I'm not willing to go through my friends say that i'm the only person they know who would do something like this. But even for me. This is taking it too far. But i don't know if i can get another job right now. One of the managers that ah trader. Joe's i called the other day said that they are getting four hundred applications day so i ended up not sending the text the next few days. I'm on the floor observing people who have worked here for decades. They're making a lara's pumps. Which is the device that you run an id tube through so these are essential for cova patients. I try to romanticize the factory in my head to come to terms with being here because it's an interesting colorful site and assembling a medical device during a pandemic is like pretty cool to say that i did Even though i knew this job would be temporary for me though. I cry every day throughout my show for the first two weeks of my job. And i hope the ppm wearing hides the fact that i absolutely hate being here. I can't believe four years of busting my ass to double major me to this moment describing someone as a college graduate and a minimum wage factory worker doesn't sound like it makes sense but it's my reality. In addition to beating myself up my asian immigrant. Parents are disappointed. I'm doing the same thing. They did their whole lives. So i wouldn't have to do it like it was all or nothing. I tried to talk to people in that administrative position. So i can network myself up into a higher position because i don't belong in the factory. I belong in the office. And if islip in the fact that i graduated from college and have done administrative work before maybe someone will notice. Get me out of here and give me the raise i deserve. Finally it's time for me to get trained on the alarmed station. I meet winning a seventy year. Old asian graham reminds me of my parents and on tees who love drama. She's worked there for thirty five years. Knows how to do. Every single part of the assembly line like this woman could literally make the whole device herself if she wanted to. She shows me how to be alarmed to make sure the lights and sounds coming from are working correctly. When it's my turn to try. She watches and even if i almost reach for the wrong button. Not even accidentally pressing. I thought that happened a few times. She is very quick to say nope. That's wrong but when i do it right. She's like whatever and this really triggers me because it brings me back to all the negative energy. I received from any mistakes growing up time progresses and i get really good at the station when he sits at the station next to me and talks to me. Sometimes she asks me. If i've ever thought of going to college and i kind of laugh and tell her that i already graduated. She jokingly says oh. What are you doing here. Then which makes me feel really. Because i don't want anyone to think that. I'm above them. And i genuinely want to believe that i'm not above them either. Just because i went to college. I think when he sees her kids at me though because they were all born and raised in the us. Just like me and went to college and they look good lives. I start to develop relationships like this with other people. Too many of the older asian ladies like me more than a lot of the people who are in their twenties. And i think it's because i'm able to understand where they're coming from a little better than the people who aren't asians since my parents are like them so i kind of know how to respect them in the way that they expected. Some of them insist on sharing their lunch with me. They cook food for me. The surprise me with always make sure to ask me. If i'm enjoying working at the factory and i start realizing that they actually really care about me. We have weekly factory meetings where we all gather out in the front and administration gives us up dates. Factory updates praises us for our hard work sometimes like and any of our questions and whatnot. One day they announced stop. The production rate of the factory has risen twenty seven hundred percent in the past six weeks. And i don't really know if. I should feel proud of that or discussed by but at the same meeting. Someone asks whether we're going to get hazard pay. And they say no. But they quickly add. We're going to give you one free lunch per week though and maybe like a third of people cheer because the guy who announced it said it as if it was something great but Really we all knew that we were getting more of a slap in the face. I start getting really angry about the lack of action. The factory is taking in terms of koga precautions and carrying about the people who work for them. And i'm especially annoyed that the factory doesn't think of a way to let their older worker. Stay home we don't sit six feet apart. There's over one hundred people in the room per shift. The company i worked for makes kobe tests in a time when they're not as readily accessible but they won't go through the effort or spend the money to test us. Even though production has increased by twenty seven times meaning so has their prophet. Our facials are really uncomfortable. So people aren't wearing them right. White people from the administration come into the factory maskless to tell all the people of color immigrants who work in the assembly line. Put your face shield on so you don't give others cova as if they can't contract cova themselves because of their whiteness and they're more than living wages and that we will infect them and each other because we're brown and low income when dad come to work and hear a bunch of people whispering anxiety about how they deep cleaning the factory during the overnight shift so that must mean zone got covid start panicking little but it doesn't stop them from working. We have a factory meeting later that day. Where the c. Tells us that six days ago someone in the administrative offices had symptoms of covid so he and the people who work around him in office got sent home to quarantine but the thing is that that guy always comes into the factory to do his job and no one in the factory is sent home to quarantine instead. We're told that if we're afraid of getting coverted we can take our paid time off if we have it and if not then we can quit. One of my coworkers tells me that they have more comfortable face. Shields in the office that we can go and get so. I go into the area with administration sits so i can get one. I go to grab it out of a box. When i hear someone aggressively telling me. I have to sign something saying i retrieved it before i grab it as if i was like a nuisance of some sort to him and the first thought that comes into my mind is geez. You're treating me like. I'm some sort of immigrant or something. I stopped for a moment with a second thought. Realizing how fucked up the i thought was. But i'm also flashing back to the moments when i was growing up where white people treated. My parents like this when they didn't understand what they were saying because english is their second language. Additionally i'm realizing that i'm just another brown skin factory worker to all of them. People assume uneducated low income and maybe an immigrants. But that doesn't mean i or anyone else should be treated like that right with all of this happening. I want to do something about it. And the social justice fire grows within me to fix this and get better conditions for my friends at the factory but there are so many people here for the long run and i heard so many horror stories from people. I work with about the factories. They used to work out so it seems as if like this place is actually a place that enjoy working and they're able to wait overlook the parts of working here because this factory gives them a workplace they want and i don't wanna risk anyone's job especially because this place is still temporary for me and so i just don't say anything. Finally after six weeks of working at the factory. I get a job. That is more on track with what i studied in school and the career path that i'm on it's my last day. Everyone tells me that there are fighter jets honoring pandemic years flying above the factory at noon. And we all have to go outside to see. The noon comes around. And i'm standing with one of the younger people. I became friends with at the factory. Her name is. She asks me about my next job and tell her well. I have a degree and i'm going to a job where i can use the skills for my degree. She tells me that she has degree to and i feel a little embarrassed that i assume she didn't. It's just that it's vietnam and she can't use it in the us because it's less valid here. She also has a baby now That she has to take care of so that keeps her from going back to school. She tells me her dream job is to do what she got to do. Back in vietnam but she sacrificed that to come here to the us while they're a lot of older people who work here and enjoy this type of work later in their lives. There are a lot of younger people who have big dreams beyond the factory but there are a lot of barriers people face. That i don't and yes. I got into the situation where i needed to work. This terrible job but six weeks is nothing compared to one year five years or ten years which is how long some people in their thirties have been working here. People who work at the factory sleep in their cars because the commute home is too far. My commute is only seven minutes compared to some people who have one to two hour commutes before and after work even then my shift starts at five. Am every day. But if you want you can come in at three. I'm to do two hours of overtime and you think that only a couple of people coming in at three but actually the reality is that most people come in three to make the extra buck an. I'm one of the few who don't come until five. Because i want to sleep more and rightfully so everyone gives me shit for it but also i'm privileged enough to not need extra money. People cut their fingers on the job. And don't complain. They're in constant pain from doing the same motions over and over again every single day and when we are at work i hear beeping noises ringing in my head for the rest of the day into the night when i'm going to sleep and i can't imagine how it's like to be someone who's worked here for thirty five years like quite a few of them. Have these are literally the hardest hustling people i've ever worked with. We're still standing outside waiting for the planes to fly over us. And i glanced over to the other side of the parking lot to see administrative workers flashing peace sides taking photos with this giant banner. That says heroes work here. The fighter jets finally come in fly over us and they just go in this straight line and then disappear. Then we all lined up to get our temperatures check so he can go back into the factory and continue assembling until the end of our shift. People are muttering disappointment. Because we all thought the jets were going to do tricks and stuff and like stuff in the sky In someone walking alongside me actually makes a comment saying. I wonder how much money they spent on that. They should have just given it to us. And i'm like yeah. They should have just given it to us. A moustapha shashi is a conceptual artist who makes fictional narratives that humanize the overlooked as a director screenwriter and photographer her goal is to instigate social change with her films and photo series. In addition she's a social media content creator and host for waste ed sustainability channel. And now a kindness and social justice channel and fun fact. It shots us birthday today. Happy birthday shashi story. Equator is so grateful to laura in shashi for sharing their stories with us story. Later is also very grateful for the support of science sandbox assignments foundation initiative dedicated to engaging everyone with the process of science. This podcast series is produced by me. Aaron barker with assistance from story collider's deputy director nisa greenberg and senior podcast editor gentian special. Thanks goes out to story. Quieter ford our interim executive director leslie greenback schultz and our operations manager lindsay cooper. Without whom none of this would be possible. The stories featured in today's episode where produced by josh silbert nisa greenberg respectively. Our theme music was composed by gertz of the fulton street music group until next friday. This is story quieter signing off. Stay safe wash your hands. Wear a mask love each other. Thanks for listening

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President Trump Leaves Walter Reed; MSNBC and CNN Go Bonkers; Joe Biden Tells Us Why We Were Able to Quarantine; New England Patriots lose to the Kansas City Chiefs

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

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President Trump Leaves Walter Reed; MSNBC and CNN Go Bonkers; Joe Biden Tells Us Why We Were Able to Quarantine; New England Patriots lose to the Kansas City Chiefs

"This is the Jerry Callahan's podcast. Don't let it dominate. Don't let it take over your lives don't let that happen and you leader I had to do that. I knew this danger to it but I had to do it. Here's Gerry Callahan. But I don't know if Donald Trump is going to get reelected I hope he does but right now it doesn't look great right now the polls favor Joe Biden. Hillary Clinton for years ago we so we don't know what's going to happen for weeks four weeks from today. It is for twenty eight days four weeks from today the biggest election, our lives. But I have to give trump credit winner lose he has done some is that a solid big favors done this country a great service he has broken the mainstream media he has ruined them. He has pushed them over the edge, they have lost it and Yesterday was the best example yet Washington Post. New York Times CNN. The whole crew just lost their minds when trump left the hospital. went to the balcony and took off his mask all by himself at home on the balcony, we'll get we'll. Show you play some of the most extreme cases of trump derangement syndrome. From yesterday there were lots of them also also I don't think that Mahomes is the MVP league anymore after last night clearly, it's Cam Newton the Patriots lost and extremely frustrating game at Kansas City help. They didn't even beat the spread did he beat the spread but? It was crazy game and we'll tell you how how they blew it and we'll type with the worst call that I've ever seen. Go against the new. England. Patriots usually get those calls usually get but not today we'll get to all VAT with our with our friend Alex creamer today who was probably Lost, his mind just like everyone else on the left after After yesterday's performance by the commander-in-chief. 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Like boil water for we haven't gotten to that point I did at my mother's yesterday. I, felt like I was back in coming home from college or whatever to shower at my mom's but But yeah so it's tough but I'm here I mean that's what you do. You're going to be a Gamer right What was in the wildest part about last night's patriots came see I I give them credit the Patriots defense was spectacular. I can't believe how ineffective how much they confuse Mahomes I thought we're going to be we're going to see him put up fifty. It was just everything as we said yesterday, we work against them they traveled yesterday they did not have their star quarterback turned out to be. The. replaceable their backup quarterback Brian oil stinks third string, quarterback, Jarret Stidham a work in progress. But I tell you what if they make the three picks or the two picks that they dropped and they get the one call, they didn't call. It's a whole different game. I mean it's a close game. I don't know if they win but they certainly put a scare into Kansas City. Out but also if you don't make stupid mistakes like that, Brian Bet Brian Hord, I can't get that out of my head. The Brian Hoyer thing at the end of the half is just like that is just insane to me that they here's he's his what I the conclusion I came to them. We talk about you know arm strength and athletic abilities, quarterbacks all the time like we watched Josh Allen or you watch mahomed you saying what an amazing throw That has nothing to do with has nothing to do with it is all in the head hoyer can make the throws I mean heuer's got a good arm. hoyas. A better athlete than Tom Brady or Peyton manning but it depends what's in your head I mean he can't handle the position he doesn't have. What it takes clearly taken a sack when you can't take a saccone timeout when you have no timeouts clearly, he doesn't have the intangibles the the the wherewithal guy like Brady manning all the great ones have they all have physical gifts they all have great arms. But they all have the brains. Brian Hoyer doesn't have the brains. Dow? Is such a safe face time out by the way. This. Look. Look worse when you. When you don't have when you look at Chris Webber. Now he was doing the safe I mean. I used to do that all the time playing hockey like they would score a goal I bid on my way or whatever just. I don't understand your logic. You think he's calling timeout knowing he doesn't have the time. Yeah. Because it was such a stupid play he's trying to make it seem Waikiki. Calling a time out he didn't. You know. He thought he had one laugh. So that's why he was able to take the. That makes them look better. He's just trying to face say, all right that's the problem I thought I. Cohen, only it comes up with this kind of logic. I mean what? She should have thrown the ball away. It was stupid. But if he calls timeout, he looks even dumber. He looks like a guy who not only a can't get rid of the ball and I'd take sack in that situation. But thinks he has time when he doesn't when he's looking right at the scoreboard that says zero I mean he looks dumber there's nothing there's nothing dumber than taking the snack even if you if you knew you don't have the time there's nothing dumber than taking the sack so he's dumb no matter what and he just. Who Do you? Okay remember what do you do by? Do you believe? That he knew he had no timeouts and call the time out to save face. To the show today because I was stunned still stuck in that patriots traffic yesterday when they. Turn to the side and I'm still just I'm just getting home now. Next. Performance I think people make it a little more annoyed if they stopped traffic at rush hour collected frigging. So anybody who was upset about black lives matter protesters you ranting about protesters shutting down traffic for years on morning radio where's the outrage of what happened with the Patriots yesterday. Okay. Remember, we will start the day in agreement my friend it is idiotic to stop traffic people trying to get to work people make the system, go not people who are sitting at home zooming people are going to their essential jobs. Maybe some of them were going to the health jobs going to get chemotherapy maybe someone's going there to get treatment for for cancer maybe someone's going to see their loved one at a nursing home. You know look in the window and their dying moments who knows but you can't say we are more important than you. It's not. It's not life. Life doesn't depend on it. It's a football game. By the way the plane leaves when they get there it's not like you me where they have to get the airport. They'll miss the flight. I think it's the height of misplaced priorities. They would have gotten to the airport soon enough they didn't need an extra ten fifteen minutes and the Patriots I'm happy to pull over and Miss My chemotherapy for the Patriots. See I think I'm I, think most people would agree with us I think obviously Ford nation would say you know. So what they're, the Patriots are more Portland most people would say that that's our priorities out of whack anymore they can go inside the city wine horry can get sacked strips. Exceptions, I mean obviously Bryant Hoyer was terrible and stood him was instead it was better I think because you know obviously gives up a picnic all Julian elements fall you know it's amazing I. Got Lots of observations normally I have. Only have like one page of notes from. Multiple? Notes. Notes. I mean, even before the game started, I had pages of notes about trump's wonderful. Ape Escape from Walter Reed and so uplifting. He just does everything he does is just designed to drive Joe Scarborough into the nuthouse but back, we'll get to that in a moment Would you agree that they win that game or at least is really goes down to the wire with cam? Newton. Yeah I mean they win that game if Brian voyeurs Dave says doesn't get sat at the end of the first half and. Get stripped when they're in the red zone in the third quarter is he said, he left that we six points on the table and who knows what happened after that it's amazing that and they dropped two picks easy picks of mccurdy had one at the start. Right in his hands. pet mahomes had like a one sixteen passer rating ends up with decent numbers. He had a terrible game. Those two picks should have been three picks in fact. They were the victim of the worst call ever seen go against the Patriots normally in bad Santa for years they get all the calls. It's like is like Wade boggs used to be when he'd get this the borderline pitch it was always a ball. 'cause you know Ted Williams and same thing. Because of Belichick because of Brady because of the uniform, they got the the calls. Last night, it was such a terrible call. When Holmes was going down and and flipped the ball and Calhoun picked off and was taken to the other way and they blew a dead for no reason at all. And the guy up in the booth who's the guy the ref up in the booth. At forgets but I not Pereira? Precedes Name Karenni Steve Karenni Yeah. It's Tony. He's he's I have no idea. No gene stirred tour. All right. You guys are idiots. Have to do it and do everything here. Anyway it was the worst call ever and the guy in the booth Romo and Nance said he coulda challenged it and I'm saying Holy Crap. That is a real mental era on the part of Bella check that he didn't whip that flag out of his sock, but then Kerensky. Said after the game to the pool reporter that it wasn't challengeable. So it wasn't bell checks. Fault. It was just the worst call ever seen I'm. Looking at a you should wait to blow the whistle because you can always go back later and sat down. You know they could challenge say was down you look at the replays down. So you let them play and think of the significance of it. You go from keeping giving Kansas City the ball to a pick six going the other way and know or. It. Would have been a pick six I mean. It's not. A good run back. All right. Absolutely. I mean other it was a sack fumble or an interception. AS Roma's said, one of the two I don't know how you to replace intercept. You're right. Either way it's a fumble in the he's running the other way but just the worst call ever seen and you're watching, you're saying that didn't happen when Brady was there you know it. I'm going to say this is the argument and it's stupid but it's we've made it for years, Brady, versus Bella. Check. It's Brady and I'll tell you why it's always the quarterback. It's always the quarterback. You saw Bella check put together a great defensive game plan. A great scheme confusing mahomes should've picked off Mahomes a number of times I mean homes didn't score a touchdown in the first half for the third time in his career all against hatred against the Patriots Belichick knows what he's doing against. Mom's like he knows what he's doing. It gets everybody but he wa- what he's doing working against Mahomes and but he is Hamstrung. Because he stuck with the lousy quarterback. So he can only do so much if that's Brady or if that's Newton Bella check wins the game and looked brilliant because the defense stops Mahone for essentially oh does a better job against mahomed then anybody So it's the quarterback not it's not a knock sound like you know. Dale now, but it's not a knock on On ballot but the quarterback is just the most important guy on the field in every game and virtually every game when go from Newton to Hoyer or Brady to to Hoyer. You're screwed. The can do so much. Well, that's amazing. Now is knowing that that is how Brian Hoyer Jarret Stidham played in a game. It's amazing. The Cam Newton. was out there on site until the end of June I mean the Patriots it's amazing that people legitimate beat writers are paid money to watch evaluate football like. We're telling US jared STIDHAM could handle the starting job or that Brian Hoyer could be a placeholder. I mean really like that's unbelievable after. Ninety would you could see the spark instead of couldn't you? Like he has the ability in like I said I mean he's better than Hoyer I mean next week if cam is still on the cove addressed, which you know I guess because unless you're president you have to be quarantined for fourteen days he's you know fourteen hours but. Romo Romo was right. If he's to matic, it's five days and then two or three negative tests, which is you know a quick turnaround either way I think you're right I think he's going to be on. The shelf again, next week. Because we stood, as you said, has a little life to him I mean. At least he has potential. As, we know started seven teams. He stunk for seventeen is going to be a winning record with the browns one year I think right he was like no sex with Cleveland's one year I. Think I mean I stood him you see potential I don't know how smart he is because it's all about the you know the ability to read the defense and go do the smart thing with the ball and Hoyer didn't do that and you hope stem can do that I think they win and maybe even win easily with Cam Newton because that game was winnable in the first half and then after obviously the pick the pick six at. Handed to to to honey badger. By the way. IS A. Small relatively small quick white wide receiver and he has lousy hands. You know he's had a great career is super bowl MVP. He's tough as they come but you see he hasn't had more drops in his career than just about anyone. I can remember wouldn't you agree that it's amazing how bad is hands are when you consider how could he has been in his career stone hands and they're getting worse each year drops more passes which I mean. It's amazing to me that woman can even stand upright. They still remember that hit he took from Kam Chancellor and the Super Bowl years ago in Seattle I mean every even even A couple of weeks ago he was he was getting throttled. Against against Seattle took some huge hits a couple of weeks ago. So it's amazing to me that he can even stand upright at this euless, and that's the most important thing in I. Think he's smart in terms of knowing which way to go as Roma's pointed out the old route that he did what Brady for so many years where he goes. One way or the other depending on the defense he did it last night. But then you know the ball hits on the hands he had two drops. He has a drop every game. It's just like you expect better hands from a guy like that and and you know maybe the ball is not in the perfect spot as much now without Brady but. That was as bad as you get from a wide out. Right. I'M GONNA play tip to to to tire Matthews in. There the. It's over turn the Hannity after that. But the. They played Denver Denver Stinks I. Think they see an at home right there at home? I. Don't know it does nothing matters not crowd be raucous but. They had a crowd last night. Did you notice in in Kansas? City. Every single crowd shot. People. Didn't have their masks on their all at their chin. The rule was you had to wear a mask. You couldn't whatever get next to somebody what no high fiving allowed but then the crowd shut everybody would have their masks. I think well, I think that I think that you know the amount of people who are willing to attend a football game in the midst of a global pandemic, I don't think huge mask wears I think that's like the diagram. Your fearless. They're they're they're they're not letting the virus dominate. Exactly. Right. We'll. We'll get to the the performance of our commander in chief I'm looking at the numbers for the Patriots. Kid said, she said nineteen first downs total I don't know if it's a blueprint but I don't even know exactly what Bella check does to. To Confuse Mahomes but he sure I think about how good mahomes isn't how easily puts up three or four hundred yards and how easily finds the open guys downfield. The Patriots have one superstar defense you degree, right but Gilmore and. Strategy. Forced. Fumble couple guys. Are Sitting there going now is Calhoun Simon and he just is so good at coming up with something new and different even going against you know perhaps the best offensive coach and Andy Reid and clearly the best offensive player in. It Pat Mahomes but there are two games behind buffalo in the in the in the pennant race. Now Long Way to go but I mean it's I think they'll make the playoffs I think Bella check and the defense will will carry them there, and if Newton comes back, they'll be fine but it's going to be after eleven straight division titles. He's not going to be easy to beat Buffalo and win win the division title but they're not Josh Love Josh Allen I I. Love Watching him play. I'm a huge Josh Allen. Fan is great and I said this yesterday reamer he he showed me something when he got hurt like landed on his left wrist or whatever at the end of the half and you're saying, Oh, I mean obviously it's a left hand left wrist. He'll probably be okay but he leaves he gets treaties and pain. And he comes back out for the last snap with the half and I'm saying. What are you doing? You don't have to go in the locker room and get treatment but I think he's got the mentalities. He's a football player. He's a great runner for a guy who six whenever he is sick seven. Ever seen a better runner at that size then bring him down. I mean it's not healthy. He's like Cam Newton. What are you doing? Don't don't get rid of the ball, but his arm is so good. It's like a different. A different dynamic where he can just throw it into the smallest spaces because he's got such strong I'm with you. He's one of those guys you know like mahomes like Shawn Watson were seem on and you just can't take your eyes off from have to stop and watch, and he's got a good coach in there and they're undefeated and. For once you're saying, Oh, I can't wait for. Buffalo. Games I know. Fun digs out like kind of their Randy Moss. It's amazing. The impact he's had on their offense are today's episode brought to you by flex of wealth, join me as always David mcdonagh Dave wild week in the market. Last week, we got the president with the virus. 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All Right Securities and advisory services offered through financial a registered investment advisor member Finra SIPC I. Got I. got like two pages of notes on the Patriots and I got the different colored pencils in the highlight voluminous notes you've you've learned while from. Partner. But then I have another couple of pages of notes on our commander in chief and I will say this I'm glad you're here today even though I'm sure I haven't even looked at the comments on. Probably. I like five minutes of the show and I was when I was. Tardy. but. When unreal days everyone tells me they don't listen because remorse here. The I I don't care because I need. I. Need a representative right. Now, what we're seeing is half the country losing their minds they hate they hate trump the trump derangement syndrome is out of control. We see we got some of the sound will play some of the sound on. In the losing their mind Joe Scarborough is losing his mind In The New York Times. Maureen Dowd tweeted that the reputation of Walter Reed is in tatters. In The Washington Post Jennifer Rubin. Walter Reed Medical Act Job is calling for the defunding of Walter. Reed who until? This is how bad it's gotten for these lunatics that they wanted to fund the one. Institution in Washington that probably the best reputation Walter Retreats as we all know wounded soldiers back from the battlefield head injuries the worst of the I mean that it is. It is the kind of place that when people visit like Red Sox teams in the past visited not Manny Ramirez. He has. He's too busy that scumbag but they go visit and it would leave an impression forever on people it is just an. Infallible area. Yes. Jennifer read Jennifer read Jennifer Rubin wants to defend Walter Reed right and and I think I have A. But by now I'm going to get more likes and re tweets on this tweet than I think I've ever gotten or close Oh that's exciting which tweet. Let me see Jerry there. There's a time to wake up and they go. Out WHO's you know? Obviously, she's at the country's not really respected credible. She's a joke because she writes the New York Times and she's a trumpeter like everyone else and she writes nothing. She writes. When trump walked through the doors Walter Reed had a stellar reputation as he walks out seventy two hours later it's reputation is in tatters. There is nothing trump can't ruin and I just right nothing ruins the reputation of a hospital like discharging a healthy patient. Now you tell me rimmer yours crazies comes seventy, six, three tweets as the most retreats you've ever gotten. I have twenty, three, hundred likes. That's amazing. Jerry you're doing really well, twenty mean. The nerve I don't even know most of these people are you tell me do you think Walter Res Reputation is in tatters because they discharged a healthy patient. I think the reputation of whoever these clowns are who are administering trump's care are in tatters the Dr Shawn Conley Guy I'll know he's indicative of the whole hospital but yes, his medical team has no credibility. Sure because hold on because the president walked out seventy two hours after arriving and looked good and sounded good. It's great. Yeah. He was breed wasn't breathing heavily at all huffing and puffing as he walked up. Over with seven four. Little make believe president thing I mean so so we can play make belief presidents like that's great and let them do what? He's doing better. You don't think he should have been discharged I. Don't know what he's doing. I. Just know these be giving that that very this cocktail that very strong steroid and this other in this other drug that Mex spurts say is used if you're very ill I mean maybe he's directing his care himself but these doctors don't even know the timeline. To meet on Saturday morning that Dr Conley at eleven am said, we are seventy two hours into the diagnosis. A second grader knows seventy, two hours that would have been Wednesday morning trump was diagnosed. He didn't announce until early Friday morning. Then Dr Shawn Conley Cleans it up and goes well, we're three at the point is we don't know what's true. Are you unhappy displeased that the the trump looks and sounds good and he he looks good ever. Okay he looks good as before before it looks better than when he checked into Walter Reed. Can you be honest with me because you're a pretty honest. Love those videos he recorded from quite honest. Can you be honest because I know Jennifer Rubin Marine Dow Joe Scarborough and allowed Chris Cuomo. They can't be honest if they were they would say damn. Damn he he got better. They were hoping for the worst I'm not saying they wanted to die but yet some people did want him to die. We we had. Barack. Obama's I mean it Barack Obama's for former spokesperson. We read her tweet said I hope he does a give credit. She's being honest. She's she says. But she's being honest. That's what I mean. Jennifer Rubin was thinking that very same thing that she lost her mind she completed loves she sorry times all view of your trump people have always been whiny babies but I mean it has gone to supercharge levels over the last week between your incessant. tweeting but Chris, Wall Stary we over Chris Wallace whereas we're about a week out of go. Never GonNa be over Chris Wallace. Okay. So never gonNA be over Chris Wallace in tweeting crying. Oh my God, these people they want the president to be sec like who fucking cares. Of course they do he would want them to be sick. Ever. S, for you remember you're being honest a night go. Why are you such? Why are you all such babies like why don't they just wish the president? Well, what the fuck what is wrong with you people? What do you mean? These maybe did you want the president today I? I'm not saying I don't want I'm just saying that. I'm not anything I say can be used against me in will. So I'm not saying that but I am saying that all of these Republicans crying these mega people but how mean everyone is to Donald trump now that he's sick and then he comes out and says, don't let the virus dominate you say the two, hundred, ten, thousand people who died today let the virus dominate them this guy sucks he's terrible. I want to commend him you wrong. I want to commend him. He said what had to be said what had to be? You people you people you and all these others listed are using the virus you are rooting for the virus of Senate since April it. It is more today than ever you are rooting for the virus. All you WANNA do is defeat. The Evil Orangemen means you can use the two hundred thousand people who died with Covid, the ten thousand people died from covert you will do it. You don't care. You are the goals you Jimmy, I'm not I want to open school. How many times have you mentioned? The two hundred thousand people died. I don't think that's a small thing. Do you I don't think it's a small thing, but I don't think because. Elderly people who would with three CO morbidity eight year old people who are don't have long I don't think that's a reason to shut down the country you do you and blowzy. Day that the Blasios shouldn't be shutting down to York again it says so that that's what trump is talking about Alex. Don't let it dominate you talking about people like Charlie. Baker will ruining lives. We've talked about it incessantly I know but it's worth mentioning again that a free country the greatest country ever in the history of mankind of country had a great. Economy seven eight months ago has destroyed lives, destroyed jobs, I mean people. Didn't go for for cancer treatments kids aren't learning to read kids are. Being. Held back emotionally because eighty year old people are dying with Kovin. He's talking about. Don't let it dominate Your Life I. Just Re tweeted this this thing about. College students. This is this is what we're talking about here. Seventy thousand positive cases at colleges and universities since in the last month seventy thousand positive cases. Free Hospitalizations Three I. Hold On. Let me finish zero goes to every single college the number of colleges with positive tests seventy thousand positive tests. Zero deaths. Now, do you think people who are are hiding at home and masking up three year olds and you know crossing the street? Jug By because I don't have a mask on. Those people realistic. Are they being realistic? They being rational or they leading it dominate their lives. I know you. I. Know You're not senior emotional and I guess so am I. But let's have a reasonable. Back and forth on. This are those people who are putting masks on three and four year olds who are hiding at home who are who are covering their face and crossing the street when I jumped by those people being reasonable and rational no I've said that a million times have but that's what trump is talking about. No. Trump is talking about, hey, I got it. It's not so bad. Don't be afraid of getting it when he doesn't understand that not everybody has. The best healthcare in the country because they're not the president of the United States. That's not what he's talking about. He's talking about people like I just referenced. Obviously that's a that's a composite. Empathy you know I just want to tell you one thing like here's an example. Ron Rivera is the coach of the Washington Football Team Jerry and as an ease undergoing cancer treatments and what does he saying after he goes you know what this whole experience has made. Me realize how everybody should have access to affordable healthcare because I'm seeing how much these cancer treatments cost I can't fathom anybody going through this without healthcare that is Donald trump gets a serious virus in his responses. Yeah. Don't let it dominate you. So that's one person has anthony. Doesn't have access everybody does have access poor people have Medicaid. We know that now everybody does has nobody's dying of cancer who does have accents. We're not a hundred million people uninsured. They have. They're poor. They have Medicaid. You know that right? All right. Then but I'm just saying no. Still. The fact that he's not more humbled. Jerry. Herman Cain died like three weeks after he was released from the hospital. So. Here's the here's the plain truth and it's time people like you understood it I think you will after November third if your guy wins then you'll say you know what it's time we get back to our lives. It is the death rate the motel is is. The survival rate is ninety, nine, point nine, eight for the average person. If you're under forty like you, it's even slimmer smaller. You'RE NOT GONNA die from it your people your age aren't going to die from it. It's time people understood that in an I. I do think most people do understand it but they're lying they're lying to Washington Post is lying to New York Times lying. To they want you to be scared. They want you to they wanted to dominate you for four more weeks. That is what trump is talking about here. I, commend him. It was a little awkward like everything else. He does that little video from You're cute though they did they motivate you like his video Saturday night where he says, we love the USA and we love what's happening. We just love what's happening. Our President is in the hospital we've torture ten thousand. Dead. Impression we love what's happening. I said this today. Got It on. Friday on we did this weekend podcast with Jordan shocked on I said it simplifies things if he comes out of this strong stronger than ever he wins. If he looks weak if he looks affected by this, he loses I'm not sure I didn't expect to happen that soon I do think he forced the issue probably sooner than he should have I don't know why it had to be yesterday. Why couldn't be you know today or tomorrow why had to be out in seventy two hours but anyway, he gets out he takes a an SUV with a couple of secret service agents. Obviously, he killed them because you know he breathed on them they're. Going to be honest with you go ahead because I many takes Marine One, which is what? You do when you're president again upsets everybody Brian, staedtler on CNN said, it's it was like an authoritarian dictator because I guess if you're Democrat Joe Print, it brought that were Bryden. Are Hillary. They would've jumped in there. You know Ford Taurus driven back to the White House. It's just so insane he drives these people so insane I think he knows it and that I appreciate he goes on the balcony waves to the guys in marine one takes off his mask and immediately immediately everybody CNN and MSNBC and all the entire mainstream media media flips out because. He took off his mask when he's alone alone outdoors at home I mean that's what he's talking about. These people have lost their minds why? What was wrong with taking off his mask last night on the balcony tell me because he's tested positive for coronavirus. He's still in the early stages of infection he could still be highly contagious and he's behaving. So irresponsibly the president. We've heard director the CDC say that if everybody wore masks, we can have this under control between with an eight weeks and as the president Jerry he's should be setting that example it doesn't set the example did he wore the mascot Talita home on the balcony alone and then he took it off they took it off to Huffman policy supposed you supposed to wear to bed he's supposed to wear it in the shower if you if your grandfather tested positive for the coronavirus and two days later, it was in a car with people and doing all this you'd say Grandpa I mean, let's let's slow down a little bit here, I? mean. That's the thing is people are all The parents car with my grandfather would they have been with the antibodies? I'm GONNA guess maybe. The secret service agents of already had it. would be plexiglass between the front and the back seat. Would they have complete? PPA's which is what the secret service guys had was their plexiglass. I'm asking there were precautions taken. He went back in an SUV yesterday and went to marine. One was he supposed to drive himself Jerry Childish? Playing make believe President Oh he's. He's make did did you see that paper that he was signing in the picture there was blank he just wrote his name in Sharpy Driven I'M GONNA. Put you right on the list. Let me put you on. Did you see this Cuomo and Lemon Marine Dow, Jennifer, Rubin and Alex? Actually signing paper and he was payers. Or? Are Big toddler playing make believe president. Again, I'm say all. My friend Alex mature all the all the people all people watching on facebook live, and we'll get in huge numbers by the way. Did we tell you last week today to the debate? We had fifty thousand people on facebook live. Our shattuck effect it's called the Shattuck Shattuck affect credit where it's due. He's got all the women tuned in with Chad extent that is true and men, and we we love shot at. But I have you here I can't get Jennifer Rubin on the podcast. I can't get Chris Cuomo. So I have reamer here to represent boy. I'm a poor man's Jennifer. Rubin. That's a very insulting those afflicted with. Trump derangement syndrome reimers here to represent you and he's a little unhinged, which is what I, what I like about him. But I think again, trump is kind of awkward and these moments I'm not sure we sticking with the script but I think the message was a great one the idea what is the message? The idea that we must live are loud have live your life you can't live in fear Yummy college kids not are living in fear of the virus in her walking around mast up and you know outside by themselves and are. Staying away from human contact I just went over the numbers seventy thousand college kids tested positive zero deaths. Then you're an I got news for you. I was in college once they're pretending to do that they're wearing their masks outside and campus because they have to or they'll get expelled. And you have every school including my son's school has the snitch line and the stitch line is busy the line Boston the it's on the front page of the Boston Herald. Today, the Snitch Line is busy, which is another unfortunate. Result of this current pandemic it's not the pandemic I'm sorry it's the lockdown or the climate. Yeah. Locked out that they want people rounding out their neighbors if the neighbor has eight friends and family over for cook out in the backyard, they want you to call this number and rat on them. That's insane. We've lost our minds I like the message ness didn't necessarily think it was the smoothest quite West Liberty from trump but I liked the message don't let it dominate your life i. mean there was a there was a woman who owns a diner on On Fox and friends this morning as I'm getting ready for for the podcast and she's got four kids and know how she's a single mom of four sons. She's getting shut down again by Blasio shut down, by the. Who I agree engineer. The blasio nobody is nobody is literally nobody the liberals hate him obviously Republicans tatum is he's a man of nobody likes. It I always look and say, how do you get elected I? Know there was more than. One candidate more than one opponent but it just seems incredible that he got elected but and then you have cuomo yesterday overruling him he's GonNa shut down the synagogues I mean that doesn't make you as a half to get very offended I mean that makes me offended in he's going to shut down the synagogues at the same time. There's huge black lives matter rallies huge. Muslim. Celebrations he singles out the Jewish people in Brooklyn says we're going to show you. It's honestly I read I read a piece in the Atlantic one of your favorite publications. Guess. Anonymous sources lots. No No, no, it was. It was it was actually a professor and they looked at and said that in Hong Kong eighty percent of the coronavirus infections study came from twenty percent. Those who are infected that means that the more we learn about this disease most people who get it are not very contagious at all. It's a small number. It seems like are these super. Spreaders and they're super spreading in large enclosed indoor spaces like the Coney Barrett You know a celebration last weekend but my point is that closing down synagogues and businesses and schools. That's not the answer should not be the answer seven months into this pandemic and its name. You're not doing a good job of plan the role of Jennifer Rubin. Then we need some I I'm a rich Man Shannon. No but you know that they would not be calling for the shutdown if there were no election in four weeks if if there were no election hanging in the balance. People on your side of the aisle would have a whole different attitude. They would know they would know that it's essential that we get back to our lives that we get back to school. They're gonNA shut down schools new. York. Again, shut down schools. I can't imagine I know Turtle Boys talked a lot about this and shattuck have young kids at they have to stick in front of a computer and hope that they can pay attention. You know for three hours on zoom and they're lucky because at least they have wi fi. Zoom. It's madness what we're doing to our children to protect. And protecting our senior citizens they're already isolated unfortunately. Alimentary school senior. Citizens. I mean but the connection and it is. Disappointing and frightening to me the number of people who are falling into this trap that we must take these draconian measures. We must. I mean I'm out in the city all the time now wrought running and. Walking. And I look at these people who have little kids live three year olds and strollers with masks. Different version of city because when I go to southend, for example, for my Saturday brunch or Sunday brunch or the everything's fault, the restaurants are how. I'm with you re my said the other day was like it was on Saturday or Sunday weekend and I was running and it was like noon and every not every. But all the outdoor place were full of people drinking I'm saying this must have been Sunday and they're you know the obviously all the restaurants about door seating now the north end at right up Hanover, street and they'll just banged out. Those than our lunch crowd but I'm out there every day and there are people out at about and there when they done eating drinking, they put their masks on and they're following the guidelines but they are itching to get back to their lives go through the public garden in the Boston common packed with people three months ago they were like it was like tumbleweeds blowing through the common. Now they're full people are trying to get back to their lives and you know what the? The the governor, the mayor, the. Officials public officials are. Ready to crack down again. Cuomo said that and he's going to start issuing more citations for people who are violating the rules and not you know wearing the mask of keeping their distance. So you can have the Little Stasi out there Cuomo Stasi writing tickets saying that that mass doesn't cover your nose A. Giant Jerry but defunding police while we have the mask police out there issuing fines and harassing people on the streets de-fund Walter Reed that is such madness. But what do you think? What do you think that visual accomplish last night though like let's say you're just kind of the the average person out there who doesn't give a fuck about Hannity doesn't Shit about Joe Scarborough your just kind of going to say you're undecided but you're just kind of Blah on politics. What did that accomplish for? Donald Trump last night I think. There are people who think an overweight seventy, four year old who gets the virus is dead. They're still people think they're dead and I think he was saying you know it is not that deadly not that dangerous looking at. What me who was who was given this incredible. So very strong steroid which is reserved for patients at the end of their lives. Look at me you the best medical care in the world see that's I. Mean. That's why that was. So tone-deaf by trump yesterday even by the standards, you want people to stop living in fear that's a good message now. Seventy, four year. Old Man who's fat like he is you should take the virus more seriously. Yes I agree I mean I agree I mean I was worried by the way, Herman Cain for a week was doing well, and then he then he wasn't her piquet took a turn for the worst after week. So trump's not out of the woods. I. Think everyone understands that but he wants. To change the perception out there again I think you know college again, college kids they get they get better they don't die. They don't go to the hospital. It's a fact people who would hear those numbers seventy thousand college kids testing positive zero deaths would be surprised because they've been fed so much disinformation. You know they've been they've been reading or hearing things from whatever the New York Times the Boston Globe saying that's an experiment in human sacrifice you know where we're messing with people's lives Hell The Washington press corps. Is. All upset the the white. House press corps saying that he is messing with their lives putting their lives in danger is infected six of them. Okay. I three of them spree. Beautiful journalists, you don't know who they are. They're allowed to maintain the privacy, not the White House staff, but they are. You. Think he's putting their lives in danger because I don't. Yes he is. If he's Kelly mcilhenny was putting lives in danger, this is someone who we don't know when she contracted the coronavirus was still holding briefings goggles over the weekend without her mascot. Yes. The White House is failing to take Jerry simple precautions. They're not taken in every workplace in the country right now that is true. And that is not listen walking outside your dairy. Jerry when you were in a word of people and you're wearing a mask I do it that is not letting the virus dominate your wife that is just being smart The one we're going to get to the the sound because the sound is just amazing. All these people losing their minds trump just broke them. He has no, that's. kind of a cliche now, but trump has broken them but the the winner on the day that it was a competition who could be the most hysterical who can be the most insane I never heard of this guy I I never heard of this Guy Ben Tracy do Ben, Tracy CBS News White House correspondent down he looks like a nerdy just. tweet. Let me see how many? He this tweet is just incredible. He tweeted at noon yesterday. He has this one, hundred, seventy, thousand likes and nine thousand I mean twenty, six, thousand retweets. Here it is. BEN TRACY CBS? News. Washington. White House correspondent I felt safer reporting in North Korea I mean that's that's on. Reamer you're supposed to defend these people, right? Johnson. Job Kim Jong Probably Immune to the coronavirus to is trump suggested he was the other night you know. He's cut one. We certainly know he's got one high risk of CO morbidity. Anyway Ben Tracy I felt safer reporting North Korea than I currently do reporting at the white. House this is just crazy and he got mocked by everybody all day. This is pathetic pathetic safer in north. Korea's I point out. You know you couldn't write that. You can't criticize the president the. Supreme Ruler North Korea he he would feed you two dogs in the White House. Trump doesn't always wear a mask in North Korea they. See, but here's the thing. I'm not defending it. That's idiotic. Obviously wait until by the way you see Comma Harris and her plexiglass booth for the debate with pence tomorrow. Did you see that quote to it? You know I could turtle boy says this a lot that pence is a much better debater than we think he's smarter and he will make a lot of the points that trump failed to make you know he'll point out the Kamala Harris donated to the fund that freed the rioters and looters who went to I got I got news for you Jerry this is this election. Once again, it's all about the coronavirus, your your riots and Lueders haven't read much about them the last the last couple of days cordless. Taking ask. Don't. You know the problem moist that's who's rioting and looting. And back and stand by. The gays have taken over the proud boys. And the the media wants you to think the pride boys are all like these homophobic lunatics who were set they're not Andy. In I don't even know what they do. I. Don't they're not effective only an idiot would take the proud boys or problem. Anyway I want to get back to a that that's that tweet is even better than Maureen Dowd? Jennifer Rubin tweet and that full. Ben. Tracy was mocked relentlessly yesterday as he should have been. Here's my question and a half. So you look at this debate prep right where trump was infected Chris Christie like five hundred pounds Giuliani is obese in eighty and not wearing a mask. Drew Yanni's not obese Rudy Giuliani. He's. Gone but. We gotTA. Take. A new picture of him my point is these are all very old. They're very fat. Why are they not taking a simple precaution wearing masks when they're in enclosed spaces? Why that is my thing why that is dumb. They're being Phyllis Thom Tillis Senator Thom Tillis. Was a mass fanatic. He's a mass. You never see him on a mask after he was meeting this our new Supreme Court justice was at that event and they have pictures of wearing his mask. Inside I thought picture of him, shaking hands with her, not wearing masks. Lots of people who wore masks have gotten back in Watt and mental illness could trump might be out of the woods. There's no way Chris Christie's out of the woods it just. He just had asthma. Four hundred pounds we'll see if he comes out of it you know and. Whole thing is a hoax like shit. I agree there. What what are we got culinary do have this compilation of. The moon bats losing their minds after trump broke out of Walter, Reed now obviously what what he did was a photo op is news to anybody. Obviously, it was all about was a visual designed to do what what what is it? What is that supposed to do? It's to show you that you that you could survive the. Shouldn't let it. The best medical care in the world. Yes. You can survive the virus even if you're a fat seventy, four year old man. Joy Reid called it his Mussalini moment. Hold on. Let me. That this is a Mussalini moment donald trump who looks like he has makeup on which means somebody had to get close enough to make up his face with his favorite Orange Patina he's standing there as if he is. A member of the old Russian czar family. I. Don't know what that's supposed to be I. Guess it's his sort of discount Bolsonaro Nira. What Bolsa? Zaire. So he's President Bolsonaro from Brazil and Moose. Lady she had a couple of a couple of moments to yesterday. She said, it was one of the hold on. This is one of her Oh shit. That was over on let me put up. She was she was actually documenting it live and she was talking about how it was the worst moment basically in broadcasting history to be documenting. I've never seen anything like this. Honestly. This is the most irresponsible thing. I've ever seen a president do he's doing it for pure ego? He's doing it simply because he can. He's using Marine One as a prop is using the white. House our house as a problem. Release, bread COVID. Without a mask on. Simply because he wanted to make a video, he wanted to make a video. He couldn't stay in Walter Reed the finest hospital in this country because he needed to get home immediately to create a commercial, I don't even know what else to say. I mean he's not faking it to get out of the debates in our house Jerry. He's an either people's house spreading the virus. Accused a joy Reid and her friends who texted her of faking the virus faking the illness because he's trying to get out of the debate. I. Will Say this I mean we don't know what's true and what's not true and that's the environment that the trump administration has created you donald trump wants people to think he got the now I, I don't. I don't I. Don't see why his advantage to saying he has now I don't think he's making it up. I think they're sugar coating how he's actually doing I think it's the opposite to be honest we have to. We have to get to the his his the problem when trump does things like this I thought it was. A. Good visual. Inspired you like. I'M NOT GONNA. Let it dominate my life injury reamer I'm not. Covid, he got Cova for US I'm the safest guy in the world unlike I'm not worried about it because I don't have any human contact any I don't have any friends. I don't have any I don't go anywhere. I don't have any co workers I. don't I don't go too crowded places. I'm good I'll live forever I get tiger blood, but I want to get to the the other problem is he overshadows. Biden and Biden did a town hall or whatever the with WHO, who's a with. With whole. Dino's little buddy, Lester Holt Dino Band my old partner. Deena banned for twitter for mocking Lester Holt Damn I mean you shouldn't talk now Mr Chris Wasi tweeted about like eight times. What hated more this but I hate Chris Wallace more than anyone of ever hated in the mindedness. Agent he's been lying to us for years. I hate hate hate Chris Walls I will never watch his show again. I changed the channel. I'm become a little bit obsessed with Hey, what are you? While you're meet the press guy now I, I'm. Maria Batalova Barbara. I know. But I WANNA get to the trump, the bi dam reamer your We got to wrap this up but I gotta get to the Biden sound from yesterday. It's amazing. What, what he does when you let him speak when you let him go how bad. It gets Joe Biden hopefully next week in the next debate someone gets the trump and says, just let him talk. He will hang himself like he did yesterday I mean the the media will cover it up. You'll you'll you know minimum the downplay it, but we'll play the sound from Biden Illitch here. With that doddering old fool had to say that but first, let me tell you about Shakoor, they got a new. I. Got a new shake concrete. He arena this one I want you to pay attention because you know what? Maybe. You need a building. 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Walked upstairs and he took the mask off and you know what he endangered. There was like a fern up there and there was like a like a plant the rubber tree engaged that too. There was no people around he was home. He was he was he took his mask off. that's what you do when you get home and no one's around you. But Anyway, Anyway Joe Biden did our I believe or more than an hour I leaving no. He was never asked about court packing his I need to know it just another example of how in the tank the media is the big question is, will he packed the court really add Supreme Court, justices he won't answer. The reason he won't answer is because he doesn't want to get distracted. It's the most bizarre thing in the media doesn't care they're in the tank they're supporting them they're working for him. Calmly Harris doesn't have to answer it either you watch the moderator won't ask him or ask her tomorrow Mike Pence will he'll say tell us you're gonNA pack this and they should say, absolutely, we're packing the Supreme Court to get back to stolen seats. So yes, we are absolutely patching. That's what they should say but they don't say that Jerry 'cause I got news for your Joe Biden doesn't want to pack the Court Joe Biden Wykes Republicans I mean he said that the started campaign I enjoy working with Republicans. Thurmand, he liked the almost a good friend of his he said, I mean he did so. Robert Byrd he liked all these. So I'm just. So. Joe Biden is not talking about court packing because he doesn't believe in court patch would say no what did I say because it would lose as trump said, let you just lost the left it would lose me Lose me I'd vote for a cardboard box but I mean, you know that we should pack the courts absolutely don't be afraid that he plans pecking the court Komala one. Good. I hope. So she's president like in March she's going to pack the court, but they won't admit it and the media stooges, Biden stooges like Chris. Wallace, Lester Holt will not ask them. But if you give Biden time, he loses way he will say something really stupid something that if trump said would be huge news but yesterday, what was he talking about here? Colony was talking about the the lockdown how we managed to survive lockdown is that what it'd be nice to know because they just isolated this. Clip that you're alluding to because they took it down off twitter. So that's right. Jack, His campaign binds campaign manager Jack. Dorsey tried to make this cut disappear, but it did make the rounds before he got. Deleting it, but can we hear it? We haven't we have the short clip pig. Able stay. So question my is because. Some. Snack Grocery, Shelf Did you hear that it's tough to hear what? He was able to stay sequestered with some black woman was able to stock the grocery shelf. Now. What even? That even in his mind people who work at the grocery store, they're black that's a do right they they work at the grocery store they wait on you if you're Joe Biden. If trump said that it would be the biggest story of the day find says it and it's like keeping the hat someone tell Jack Dorsey someone call twitter making. Call Youtube see if you can get that taken down. I. Got News for you buddy. I mean as you know, I'm not Joe Biden's biggest fan do not think he's all mentally they're certainly I've said he's know piece of paper I have I think will be roughly equivalent to Biden's mental acumen is president but if you go back to that debate last week Biden was fine he was fine he was fine. He was better than I thought was. Whole Dementia Joe Thing is a lie is okay. He's mine and he He survived with the help of his running mate Chris. Wallace he survived that debate we will see in the next two debates obviously these town halls help him because he has one of his campaign aides in less to hold this time or Stephanopoulos last time there to assist him, they're there to help him. Get through those tough moments will see how he does such babies. Honestly, like Donald Trump, he's supposed to be this much show. He manny dominates the virus, and yet he can't handle Chris Wallace like wham land. It'll to me just said he's debating the both of many was he was debating Walson Biden it was to on one. If you watch it, you know it it'll be the same. You know what? I blame. Trump I blame trump. He agreed to have these moderators his camp his team agreed to have a liberals like Chris Wallace and this Guy Steve. What's his name? Steve scully is a great talent is doing the debate. Again trump's fault he agreed to this Alex the debate next week. If you just now paying attention is moderated by a guy from C. Span named Steve Scully who was a biden intern he in turn for Joe Biden he worked for Ted Kennedy was a PR. Assisted for Ted Kennedy, that's who they agreed to have moderate the next debate. So Donald Trump, you better be ready. It's two one again he's going to ask about Charlottesville. Again, he's going to ask you to denounce white supremacy again, it is a setup he's not gonna ask about quarterbacking that will be up to you Donald. You're going to have to ask the tough questions because once again a biden stooge has been a cast as moderator, it's a it's. It's it's. Unforgivable, but it's trump's fault. He agreed this this this debate, you know what they should have. Sean, Hannity should debate Monterey one debate and then you know Chris Hayes can do the next one just just stop the pretence and have total partisans sit there as alleged moderators I mean these these these fakes frauds, Chris Wallace, pretending to be journalists. That's what drives me nuts just don't pretend anymore. Put put Rachel Maddow on that seat and let's just be done with A. Great Half Madame moderate the next debate I'm glad we can end on. And then you want Mark Levin to do the last one right now I, want Howie Carr. That would be okay to have Howie Carr and one week and Rachel Maddow the next perfect. No more faking pretending you scumbag Chris Wallace gotTa hate what is this like Dave? Dave are you concerned about this Chris? Wallace thing with Jerry. Put His passion into whatever he wants to seems to be a healthy thing for him. He's he's not that it's healthy to tweet about Chris Wallace fifteen times a day. Sure I. I don't. Good. Anyway, Anyway Roemer I wish we had time because you were writing a tribute. On out sports about a bisexual sucker writer at the. Yes. The Alex Creamer I worked with for years on the radio always said there's no such thing as bisexual. Retract that statement. And I was reading the story saying I wonder when Alex is going to get to the part where he doesn't believe this guy's actually now. He's bisexual married to a bisexual woman. They is that an open marriage? How does that work I don't think so no, I mean I think you can be attracted to multiple people but fall in love a multiple genders rounded but fall in love with one person that's possible. I retract I've met bisexual people now Jerry Irish shocked it's just like it's like me after I met you I became. Gay Understanding. Well Thing is I mean being bisexual actually think harder than being gave from the standpoint that like your whole life like I was trying to deny my homosexuality, but it just wasn't working like it just really at one point. Okay. Girls just I guess I'm gay. But if you're bisexual, you're into men than you're also into women. So it's IT'S Arguments and you can't I mean he's married you're supposed to be monogamous or is that Not always but I mean, why can't you be monogamous? I mean if it same thing if you're a straight guy and you marry a woman, you find other women attractive doesn't mean you cheat on your spouse with them right so it is amazing. The soccer right front athletic is bisexual in you know he apparently he's he's getting by just fine. Out Sports, we write about LGBT people you see. This yesterday remains sometimes we bring up our show on this podcast but out and about Barstool, sports newest LGBTQ podcast the first of its kind, a reverend conversations on gay culture trending topics and everything in between is this first. Karst has gone full. Hoo Host that one? That's Pat Pat Yeah. No It's good that they're doing it but your podcast per month are they trying to claim that the first podcast to cover LGBTQ issues is? Mostly stick to sports though I I'd love to do that. I can aced out on that one. Well it's not going to end well for Portnoy with that. We know what happened when he sang a rap song. I think the woke mob Barstools, GonNa turn on him again, and now it's in he. He'll handle it. Find me get through it last time but they're gonNA turn on him again, he has stopped his His company with these. Hardcore lefties with a bunch of Alex rumors and then. I think it'll end just fine for Dave portnoy because over the weekend, he tweeted a draft king spent two, hundred, million, a quarter on. On Marketing and They're basically they just launched their own gambling APPs. So I think they porno it'll be fine. No matter what. But you know what? I mean last time all turned on him because he sang a rap song he'll step in it again in the alternate will be something else but he is you know hired a Lotta. A Lotta lefties and that's no. Good we work hard and we're ready to. Show you. And you and soon as he got in trouble, they all turned on him it wasn't pretty they'll do it again they'll do it again. But Anyway, reamer though you can read. Alex Reamer at Out Sports Yup in at Forbes read about the bisexual soccer writer that your thing You can read that that said well yesterday. Did well yesterday. Yeah I it made some point. Don't you have to get to the point where it's not that much of a struggle we say, yeah pretty much except the everybody now for where they are and nobody really cares no I don't think that's true. I mean a lot of people don't care, but it's there's still a lot of resistance out there. There's a lot of us thought Colin Martin Gay Soccer Player was called a Jamaican gay slur last week it's still out there but. That's just a slur on the everybody took his side. You know everyone defended him. Everyone had his back isn't that? Progress. Absolutely. Have reached the point where you were hoping to reach where everybody immediately condemns the guy who ler we're getting there we're getting. To go right and you're going to run out of bisexual soccer writers to ride a boat but there aren't many as challenge was name a bisexual man besides Frank Ocean, you can't I can't. So. I can't and I don't want to but maybe next time I remember. Thanks to DC you shake concrete paving and all our wonderful sponsors listeners, anything else Culina rate review subscribe not enough reviews. Have anything that I'm. Missing. Tidbit that my what my wife and kids are without heat and hot water I mean that's Gas Today I, should have had that on my list tomorrow night we have We have vice known. That's tomorrow night when I when I will experts to vice presidential debate, we always waiting to see how the two most important people in America pull through the virus and that would be Donald J trump Cameron Newton If that's what by the way, it was the post debate bump on facebook that got us the fifty thousand people. So do you think the vice presidential debate will get that bump for that and not be as big a bump obviously will not be as wild, but it'll be good I mean it'll be more substantive in won't be crazy and hopefully you know Biden's former intern is not as a biased as Chris Wallace was and hopefully there's some. Some semblance of fairness in this debate but I tell you I think turtle boys right that. But Mike Pence's an underrated debater. He looks like a really boring guy but he knows what he's doing and he will do a better job. He's a master debater. Jerry I would not. No, he doesn't do that new do it. And he will he will hammer. Kamala on the on the freedom. Fund. Or whatever thing is a question now? So is the moderator because he can't be alone in the room with a woman you'd have she's behind Patrick Bugsy right so so is will there be this is GonNa be audience. So it's GonNa be we I don't think they determine the size of the audience yet last time there was one hundred people that's a good amount even though all the trump people weren't were masks true. That is true. So we'll Kamala where the mask during the debate. No, she's going to be Jamie Harrison right debate Lindsey Graham over the weekend and South Carolina. Who's WHO's behind a phone booth? Basically of Plexiglas and Kamla, Harris's team says they may do that because Mike Pence is a is a super spreader potentially of Kovic tested negative and so as we know that we don't know we don't know the White House they're infected you don't want to be near them if you can take all precautions. Say is don't let it dominate your life. You've got to go out and live GonNa go out live and everything is Not Thank you very strong very very. Slow we love the USA love what's happening, but I remember we'll talk to you again next week, Reshi, it and. We'll talk to everybody tomorrow morning. This is the Callahan podcast I'm Gerry Callahan. We will do this again tomorrow. Why am I you? No one else stops I. don't I can I go home good Gerry Callahan podcast.

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"And welcome back to the yak podcasts from world vision stralia i make it in there and today we're going to myself a city in northern iraq near the syrian border missouri husband a reputation as one of the most dangerous cities in the world violence and bloodshed following the city's captured by the so called islamic state forces in twenty four taint the three occupation reduced much trouble two years after the city was officially declared ray taken by government forces the question remains is it actually safe for people to return i'm here with brianna piazza for my sps journalists will be a roving reporter chris produce to i story bray tell us about the current situation in missouri thing saying guess so july marks two years since it was officially declared that iraqi forces had successfully pushed out be islamic state in the city of mersal and that one's following a bloody non muslim bachelor which was just horrific so the thousands of people who who lives through it but fast forward to today there are still thousands of people displaced and distressed if not dead as a result of the conflict in mersal and the surrounding areas and we're talking about a country where wade decades of war upon wool has less close to seven million people at the mercy of humanitarian aid not even children have been spared from the violence in racing conflicts such as the two thousand and three iraq cool and the subsequent takeover and full of isil there's so much debate about the numbers of civilians seriously injured displaced and killed in these laws and they exact figure is obviously impossible tonight but what what sort sort of numbers are we talking about here where we ever know the full extent of the human death toll so not even looking at the number of living wounded and people whose livelihood has been completely destroyed it's actually almost impossible to calculate to be exact death toll some household surveys estimated the death toll could be as high as a million since two thousand and three and now they estimate comes from iraq buddy can project which is basically a group of people who maintain pain this public da debase a violent civilian deaths since two thousand and three introducer they drone official figures they cross reference news reports and look at hospital recalled saving so iraq buddy count reports shari star between one hundred and eighty three and two hundred and five thousand civilians have died from violence in iraq since two thousand and three end to put that into perspective that scene tie a population of the city of harry bosch in tasmania mania a stray leah or it's enough to feel times square new york city twice it's also sixty eight times the number of people who died on september eleven so it's really difficult when trying to determined the number of deaths set could birth directly end indirectly as a result of violence so for example it's difficult to deter him in the number of people who may have died because of medical complications when they were fleeing violence and perhaps they couldn't get to a hospital in time and those are cheeses still finding mass graves but be honest truth is that we will never know exactly how many people have died judy conflicts over recent is so i went to minnesota forests firm will be a stray leah on this story she met families in iraq who trying everything they can to rebuild they lied and start fresh thanks great let's see that now inside a dummy drain the bombings of marshall we made a young girl named roger just ten years old she is a casualty of i it was a fried egg shell my father went to pray nls teaching inside my heart got me on jumped off a bye bye i'm jana or i'm not concerned about and i suddenly she can't be area and i ended up playing dropping bombs and josh my house all the time and i gotta say i want to wish fashioned running like black the vaccine is safe you'll have a dumb lacking or what about the premise that no i don't buy it in a split second brush his life changed forever at one of us on that this would have gotten costs on how i ended up being my grandchildren and i looked at my head and it was brilliant guy that you should look at and i haven't done it will save ladies i'm not including me they did on michael bellied long island lines and he made his debut single man broadly side on the front of my my shots are fired into my mother came naturally is off the charts mama shack bang i know roger most her left hand an explosion and her legs with badly damaged she is one of the thousands of people who were injured during the nine months paschall to retake marshall from the so called islamic state in twenty seventeen these associated press estimated between nine and eleven thousand civilians died in the crossfire but humanitarian organization suspect the death toll is much higher it's difficult to accurately count the dead as many buddies remain buried under the rubble of those old city survivors will wedding injury for the rest of their life i thought i had to drink on my centuries is buying tickets i i'm dead in her own right now and you should do that but i do need to go to the dark history as she's includes air plugs and i and i will look like you just said i had had what happened to me that i would not be accepted by the way he supported like i i looked to be just like humans to my thoughts i like famously i don't know like if a girl i'm like why am i alone russia is probably one of the strongest skills you as a mate she is full of life and radio so much happiness and positivity despite having experience so much hardship at such a young age she is strong willed an optimistic about the future but there is something she says it makes me feel really uneasy my what happened to me i want you to be learned in a glass as i said i said yeah sometimes i'd like to be uneasy about heim just feel shame me are some butter i must be what are some otherwise i i won't so we know that surviving law doesn't just leave physical scholars there's the mental and emotional impact the children have to cope with his well often without support medical decal help i see cases like this all the time my name is vanessa forrest and i developmentally disabled humanitarian relief projects for world vision across the middle east through my work i've met so many children let russia we set up safe spices the children to play and learn and we helped him access support psychosocial nate in conflict zones across the world in iraq allowing world vision has helped more than a hundred and twenty six thousand children through protection psychosocial support an education program he is my colleague kaelin breaks who will explain why these programs a sort of critical she's a senior adviser for conflict and displacement my background is in the protection of vulnerable people in conflict flicks settings and i was working in iraq and in muzzle in mid twenty seventeen and setting protection program therefore front other humanitarian organization i have never seen destruction like i have on the western half of his own on the streets were pretty much completely empty when i was there on and basically the streets were just filled with trouble on because the the shelling an aerial aerial bombardment was so heavy is and it it did look a little bit like an apocalypse children who fled muscle and who fled sort of neighboring villages and areas as well and it's they would have experienced arrange which of and quite traumatic experiences and events and so they may have personally been affected by violence on or seen it or experienced it themselves but on even just sort of hearing of it and being immersed in a situation where you have to leave home then potentially become separated from your family or you're extended social network all of those and all of those experiences have a really lasting effect on on children and so one of the main concerns and we sort of these benefits is making sure that we provide psychosocial support on two children and families who have been affected by the conflict and who have been affected by violence i think impacts and and people very from from person to person and it's difficult to say not and that will have the same impact on everyone i think i i met some people who were incredibly resilient i'm despite everything thing they went through said as soon as it safe i'm going to go back home and i'm going to restart my life and and and there was a real determination to not let this sort of overcome them forever but at the same time there were other people who had lost everything i so i think there was a bit of despair at times of you know what am i going back to so it's not just about basic nights when people vied they think of water food shelter the basic things they need their obviously critical but increasingly we need to consider all the native children as they start to recover we've done a lot of research into this and what we found is that children in conflict zones vice great risks on so many levels violence and displacement layton negative coaching strategies the families who are struggling to survive so one of those negative coping strategies for example could be families choosing to marry off their daughters early as a way of alleviating some of the strain on the family to and to provide food for many children or just to meet their basic economic needs and so while it's completely understandable coping strategy has very damaging effects on on young girls who were affected by it and but we also know that i displacement camps are very dangerous places and to to be a child and to be a girl are to be a woman on and others risks but everywhere in the world and displacement cutting so there are on risks just of a people not having sort of the basic security and safety and privacy and you know needing to walk to latrine in the middle of the night without lighting there's a risk of sexual violence and harassment and so there are risks that people experience us they fled the conflict itself but then also risks that people experience on as they continue their live in displacement so it's not just people who left and went to camp that were affected by it also people who remained in the city's sometimes trapped in the city's who also experienced really significant on a well significant violence but then also on have ongoing protection means in iraq fuzzy out of the complexity of documentation not being officially recognized if it was issued to people who were living in areas on the ice occupation that includes birth certificates of babies who were born in areas under oso control is currently an estimated forty forty five thousand displaced children in camp to missing documentation without it they face exclusion from iraqi society and they are deprived of the bunch basic human rights for example without documentation that unable to attend school or access healthcare when kids have experienced firsthand the most important thing is to restore their sense of normality so for example a stable learning environment opportunities study to take exams to finish school to socialize an access important psychosocial support we find ways to help kids realize their full potential and the chase cycles that may include finding a creative arts sport to enjoy or even playing music sad sad one of many talents russia has discovered is rushing and seen now the other thing i don't like it i mean sean i mean i i'm glad we finally have you seen this you hire se i think that i think a lot of time in any other tesla i suck you be happy in my dream who's had been barely a week and i had when i joined and i i think i got a sad sad when enjoy a national campaign manager when i'm doing treats i'm ready i'm busy i am jewelries my uncle sam i'm a veteran someone said i want my children using music to escape the hardest i've witnessed much of western module remains in ruins and the house which russia spent a lot happily growing up in still has damaged rules and a leaky ceiling and native repair a family doesn't have enough money to fix a united nations agencies as tonight up to ninety percent of historic city has been damaged and destroyed and satellite images in field surveys indicate eight million tons of debris scattered across the city international media critic documented the scale of destruction from aerial bombardment on ground tossing as defined science and michael unsalted in the battle is really in a lot of coercion planning i am confident the justice i suppose been defeated in communities across iraq iso will be defeated in mosul is well tens of thousands more still trapped behind enemy lines reports the children being used as human shields this is the worst devastation i've seen in all my years in hcr if people have lost everything my dilemma as one of the hardest t areas voshel infrastructure gone homes and businesses destroyed bodies buried in the rubble inaki all stars he's estimates it will cost up to seven billion dollars in decades to rebuild dale city city of mosul these who's a place full of historic religious and cultural sites including the iconic eight hundred year old mary most oh time oh my stance to win the morning fred echoed through the streets of building around see only seventy before doing everything else his client until the pico traffic stone this is a country that's been so many gods of the past most disturbing to know about the recent conflicts lucky iraq war two thousand three tree wendy united states and allied forces including stralia decided to put food on the ground these trillion prime minister at the time john howard famously alleged berar must not be allowed this weapons of mass struck border security and stability about iraq must be designed to enhance mesa the former british prime minister tony blair publicly announce intelligence assessments made at the time of during the war to adopt we're all be optimized turned out to be more of style protracted on bloody and we mentioned in the chaos of the conflict and the fed hostilities intention and we saw the rise of awesome a group that want it to set up a society is a fellow strict interpretation of islam nickel cities like mazel and surrounding areas in northern iraq were heavily impacted these images of auto desperation threshing asylum and he's running out of food in hotel and then colston staying alive these have said the militant islamic state fighters made more gains today writes this type of lost changes this organization has a history of a dusting what doctors academic some journalist but the reality is literally every decade since the great iraqi revolution of nineteen twenty has seen conflict of some sort in this country that hasn't been a single generation the pot century that hasn't been touched by violence who knows if it would be any different for this generation a group of us travel tossing sean camp which sits outside marshall so it was all my surreal we were driving along highway the leads from someone normalcy of appeal towards the title of my day some strange to think not long ago that french were out and about looking at it now if they try people who managed to escape mazel and surrounding areas that came under attack fled to camps my cousin shown today there are one point seven million iraqis peace who are displaced many of them living in camps just like this one some of them have tried to return heim but found it wasn't safe or realized there was nothing there for them anymore so they have retirement accounts one of the reasons unexploded ordinance inland month iraq is listed in the world's top five most heavily mind countries juicy years and years of conflict but the recent bombardments of only made the situation even more dangerous civilians united nations estimated there are at least ten million mine's we every province in northern iraq affected civilians and often children are usually the ones maimed or killed by land mines the situation is so bad that unfortunately ice agents he's like well vision of working with mine action group to teach children how to avoid land mines an unexploded ordinance in iraq i met with the principal while i was visiting a school where unesco is funding a program to help children get back into education eucation we work with schools like these across northern iraq we use this as an opportunity to teach kids about the daily threats of mines so they could protect themselves i hate this morning when you're can you tell me why she said it's important you know it's very important because most of the children in school offer most to places that were captured to boston let's do not clear of explosive bus it's very unfortunate stuff raise awareness about explosive we're currently pitching staff and students and families returning home and i need to know about the reef many areas haven't yet been cleared by x but teams above hey i'm wondering she has a view of how children feel about the prospect of going i was expecting have half of the students and i have this fear but i'm shocked the number of students actually be like double because people and their families to stay here for their safety so bacon leaving pay some people decide to go back to the areas that were meant to be csi they were ten students who returned time but then they came back here again even areas where they leave in the homes surrounded by armed forces who controlled area most of their properties have been demolished so even the people are being encouraged to attend heim once they dirty may choose to leave again they leave because there's nothing there for them no work no livelihoods sometimes not even basic services like schools and hospitals there's a danger of violence an unexploded ordinance that still scott farms roads and schools so people end up in camps some in iraq and some across the border it's not necessarily early because life is bettering camps it's just that people feel safer there and create their own life for themselves united nations mind action service estimates it will take at least i is to make muzzle site from unexploded for the bombs and that's not even including rural areas and other cities but so many people we talked to say they can't just put their life on hold for decades they need to earn income no matter what so famas this means returning to the atlantic referred even though they know they might be unexploded ordinance sitting underneath the soil this is me speaking to a group of local residents from today's show and we we we went to the phone lines that fuji's they told us that there is some some clowns a they have a mind show then they got the company it's got to be kind of access to the lineup yet so nature so they got falling again on monday following a cell phone that god come on the truth doing this because this there is some groups doing an incredible job of trying to address these mammoth almost impossible task cleaning up the millions of unexploded devices planted over several decades of different woolsey no it's an extremely dangerous job my name is gabriel bruschi and i'm senior program officer for monday advisory group international known as back based in iraq prior to joining mag i hadn't really considered mind action is critical to humanitarian pain relief work i had worked on a number of other humanitarian responses but predominantly worked in country after natural disasters do not joining i quickly realized that my action is absolutely critical go to humanitarian efforts in conflict defected areas more often than not it civilians killed or injured conventional then lines were planted and left from complex price the isis on the other hand i designed device it's a substantial impact making them sensitive enough to be triggered by a child but powerful enough to disable a tank isis manufactured devices on an industrial scale and made the different components in factories which tipping found in places like most the most is still victim operated city armed groups who planted them can be long gone but the device is still active and extremely dangerous the device is unprecedented not just because of the sheer volume we are finding them but also julie substantial amount of explosive chp age device and austin multiple ways for them to be treated in motives families have returned home instead of pain booby trapped intentionally and the tactics takes a shocking imagine if opening the bathroom door or lifting a toilet say set off a bomb picking up a copy of the kerr on trade and explosion these are real cases that have been recorded children children have even been injured while sitting off freebie traps in schools in the playground one family member can stay home in total bond a village to the east of mosul after kurdish forces had retaken the area from office sadly one of their family members set off an improvised landmine at the front door an instantly killed three of the family mendez mac has a hundred and ten trying teams on the ground working in some of the most heavily mind areas of northern look they estimate defensive land mines kabbah hundreds of columbus rockies in rural areas eagerly await the reins to come every year iraq has a very very drawn climate and so the rains provided case also drinking water and are cross but it's met with mixed feelings because the voshel source of life is also killing people floods kyri land mines and other devices to new places it makes this territory even more dangerous because areas that had already been deemed safe could suddenly have land mines appear of not it's this threat that never ends rain heavy at the spacing makes it too dangerous but the day moniz to work and active minefields reducing the time the clearance what can be done the massive areas of the cut us enraging have challenging terrain for the teams to work meaning that the machines unable to be used in d minus have to work slow on state slopes it also snows in the mountains over the winter months making it impossible for clearance swept continue until it dries out and if that wasn't bad enough teams say extreme weather events and making the jokes even more difficult we just came out of a longer than usual winter where we had substantial rainfall causing a lot of flooding pitchy kelly in the northern parts of iraq in the kurdistan region iraq where there is still a great deal of minefields an unexploded ordinance from previous complex the flooding caused landslides in some areas which in some cases moved land mines away from minefields wellknown into local community or uncovered land mines were buried deep in the ground in the flooded areas of the planes heavy rains flooded improvise minefields washed away bridges and flooded roads which meant that teams are unable to work on all get access to side until the flooding receded in this context in which many people worried about the threat of violence many people too scared to return home this fear of land mines and explosives is still felt by men women and children even decades after they they implanted and impacts of stabilization and development of community so it's critical that we keep pushing the international community to commit and hold conventions like the mind ben tracy and the unknown lied lied and on established and continuing a total of six million iraqis would displace between twenty eleven twenty seventeen at a third of them have still not pretend harm some families have gone home unsettled in abandoned buildings train stations are even construction sites dalia is from ziti village and his family story is very typical she has nine children and boy and her husband conduit not that yeah my name is don i have nine and ten s did you get both my daughters and i told my show and we cannot santa or in the gym and in five days off before the un boy knocking on our door they said they were sunday tarian organization they're alive you end up wanting too hard rock music ternary has supported us improvises on why do they have any pro gun channel eight this evening in yeah said when we went to the sheep show and open the door you saw the condition that just happened to us i watch the game with endearing following that movie on the other side now we have four allowed it to our customers who feel for the guy i stored new then i i need as cherry because you have the benefits from the charity others have shown to work i want to be increased the number so that i've been able to open up shop in the next year and be able to say cheese yoga and she points to develop income for my chin people trying to rebuild their alliance in this context but there's a lot of fear distrust particularly towards many of the displaced place did aki who was thought to have lives under oath perhaps even worked for most supported awesome and i still had lost territory but authorities report there tens of thousands of isis fighters scattered across the globe many people are still scared that the threat has not gone away but now a lady with the children of marshall they still drainage heim they have hard even lower home isn't what it used to be a failure to say a we had a garden as i just how how to cheer cheer it's in the last surviving the god they've grown diamond so i ask you more rest you got any really invest in front of other people seven at this chargers team they're firing or every time i talked ashoka says trauma jalen like do you eat that i've seen bars airplanes in our stabber friday they were taken into custody they guarantee every once in a while we were terrified i will thank you now extra quote he does and we will die by the it wasn't the death toll in the flat iron nightmare scenario i don't have any they're not much better andrew miller at least you could play more school i couldn't play gatty i mean we love each other with respect each other and help each other i wish that the bp we could feel more safe and secure that he i'd like the big house in seekonk yeah it's like at the top that looked like a wide swath of yelling at him that i wish we could be seeing another it is a podcast by world vision australia thanks to the knesset forests and briana piazza's producing today's episode ends macintosh incredible audio engineer if you'd to find out more about the humanitarian crisis in iraq and you can visit the world vision website where you can find out more about the work with doing which includes providing psychosocial support the life saving a system

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Blah Blah Blah Scary lucky carry what? going. I mean I think you think it's not. Getting busier gets busier. Crazy nut so is what it is. On program today. To Susan. Tomorrow trump card. From part. We also have the founder of propwash Kevin. McKenna's. Harry. Boys new. We're about to find out what about your racers homophobic if Semites they really are. A. Or not. Have the listen. And why is it that they better call all this? What did they do? Now. There is a an allegedly or alleged anti-semitic rent out there by Kevin McGuinness and I asked him about it. Okay. So it's this old and allegedly he went after gays or something and and oh was that all about. So we do we get to the bottom of it. Now, his prediction is trying to post it on youtube or anywhere else they're gonNA take down they won't let me tweet about him or anything like that. For some reason, he is persona non grata. He's out he's on the outs over and ask asking what the, where, what, how did you do all this? Why are you in such trouble and get to the bottom of it in his opinion? So make sure you stick around for that of just hearing people talk about proud boys on some debate stage why not really find out what the story is. So that's Very informative. That's what I did. My special series with Ted nugent will start. Tomorrow would be Tuesday through Friday so we'll have four parts with. A lot of guitar, which is awesome. We talked about a lot of stuff music and guns and politics rock and and so on. So make sure you stick around for that again diminished as on today. But the question we have to start with is the question where he wants the answer to. Did they win Friday. Oh why I don't remember the longtime ago Do what the hell. Stop Going I WANNA, be their support everybody. Let me ask you this. Don't you at least want to do an experiment to see if they win when you're not. No I'd rather not. Be there. They do. You being there I'm pretty sure as nothing to do with it. Proved to me that they would have lost that you're not. Well I can't I cannot do that. Because you always looking to. Make. My mom proud got a little nervous the poor kid. 'cause me now. Oh. Maria. So listen. If that's the deal so that your own threes go to these games. Loss. Being a work visa really smart for your family. Gets. move onto others object. please. Only cared about all weekend for about Syria free. Down VAT FORGET ABOUT Exton, which we have to get into forget about all that they want to know what the hell is going on with. Carrie luckiest sons, football game. I. Don't I don't know. I'm just there to be cheerleader. So I did not talk to you about this over the weekend. But I knew they lost. Antigen. No, they lost post. Some Proud Mama look at us we won. I whatever I totally would have. Button. At my son. In Why? 'cause they lost and I don't blame them listen. Have you, understand. It's all because of me you're aware of this, but I had a conversation with you on the Air Friday. I was not aware actually. So I was really here anyway. So I should get paid for that day, right? No, no, no no. Even. Even not being here. You're still smart at. By the way the middle my conversation with Kevin Mackenzie drops BS. He just tries just says it well, this radio have to bleep that out He said that occurs. Didn't even know. Yeah. You just said these two words together in combination. Sandwich Manatt Bacon Sandwich. So So there you go God bless your son and your husband don't have to put up with a God bless him and maybe this Friday maybe kind of work. A I got to be there or now I gotta be there. During the game on Friday I did notice you popping up on facebook. And let me say this why. Out The game, you win the problem with that Oh. My Gosh. I'm on facebook and little green dot is over your head on I'm waiting. Waiting. Waiting for the game to start. Maybe she My phone well, no they play nowhere near here. So it would be impossible facebook. Game. Social Media. Okay. All right. Maybe I'll try that this Friday then. Was Unclear about my message to your post about brunch. Yes, our food was coming. Okay. So for those who don't know because you're probably do something your personal page. Yeah Yeah. Yeah Kerry posted over the weekend that she and her husband were we're having brunch together and all you see less of red wine. Usually includes food and then did. Red Wine is not necessarily brunch. Part you're looking clean over there. What happened you ain't got chopped off or what? Excuse me. I mean your hair. Yes. Is it. So you have to wear the masks the whole time yes I did. Well. Is that what they didn't take care that that scruffy through Chen is that what happened was hidden so over it was mask. Good. I. Don't think that they'll even mess with that right now. Anyone really. Yeah. So have you said, we trim that they'd be like Sir we cannot touch. Because match of hair under your Chin. Yeah. Because before also wanted to get an shampooed or even just like rinsed out, they will do it when they won't do that anymore. What is that thing called the thing? What is that? Yeah, that's the thing. I I actually. Think that's actually go. And the other one is called something else when you've got the mustache in that. It's like a guy's name. It's a somebody to something. Like a Joepags, but it's joepags. It's like a Tom Somebody. Okay. I'm telling you. It's not that's I. Think what you have because when I was in in college because I was the sexual player only had a little bit of patchy hair just under my bottom lip above the chin just under the lip we call that a soul patch, right? Song Pash. It sounds sexy when you say it that way right Kerry now, it does not not at all. New. For. Whatever. So yeah we figured out. It's actually called something else and I can't think of the full name there people yelling at the radios right now. Is a look it up. It's not because that's not a goatee. It's like a Tom Dewey or something I forget what the Hell is. Eight. Me It's Tom. Dewey. Here, and it says that it is a goatee, but it is not a goatee. No it's something else. Sam Do you know what it is. I have no idea. Well. You. Guys, right. Welcome. Crazy. I'm telling you. It's called something. Though it's called, it's called a van Dyke is what it's called. something. The other day and they said that I couldn't remember my brain. Yeah. Van Dyke. So I think what you have is actually called not although. It's even look at Amir. When you shave that thing left site is way further in on the right side. That fixed Oh yeah. Look at it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter because I'm wearing a mask and I go anyway. And let me say this. You get a little gray. I'm just GONNA. PUT It out there. Polo. Can you blame me? Do you know where I work? Have you seen my head I was GONNA say. Tom What would you people? Carry you dye your hair right and that's just natural. Right? I'm just asking. Me Oh my God. You're making your son Lose. He's wrong not and I may go get this color taking care of. Six to seven weeks. I'll give you this credit because because the roots are pretty dark. So you're. Going on for I don't care about you can have it all dark for care. Just don't have any grey hair. We have to put up with SAM has greater than you. She's twenty something. Well, that's that's nice. I'll take that. The Polo Dude Ucla. Looks great though it looks good though it looks good. I'm just trying to keep up with you. Okay. You can't catch up to this. Have you seen my head? And this is you know with the Darker Gel that I use. Can you imagine it'd be translucent otherwise. So so what I'm GonNa do is a Baltimore Clippers last, Amazon? They're gonNA deliver it right to the storage. Just buzz that sucker off again I'm telling you is long it's out of control. Has Gone refined. happened. I, think he can still by the flow be. Well I don't really worked at the top of my head because that's what the flow be really handles. I just I just from the back does the sides it does the sides I remember the commercials. calculated. You don't be viral video me flow being my head. Yeah. I would watch. That as a couple of my back hair main. Back there. I mean province Lana. Butts out there you know months. Hey among if you do it, have some your saxophone music playing in the background. Why I don't know. Because what it worked out I had some jazz background was after saying I didn't know that that's kind of. Tar Jazz the backroom pulpit up, carry what I post those videos been awhile. As opposed to know and very soon. Very very soon so we can make fun of it. That's fun been awhile. There's One lady out there. She's eighty two years old as well. Any he says, are you gonNA post some more dumbbell videos? It's the only one else. Can you videos you? Honestly? One Lady. One Lady and and you know I remember telling you about this and your reaction was weird. I don't give two rats asses. Be Odd. I don't think it's nice without wasn't very nice. Was it a little bit out of control? The wait. Mom. All right lots of very big news today we got that out of the way carries the jinx just listen. God. Bless you. You support your son and your husband jokes but listen God bless him, Owen can you still love him? So it's eight, eight, nine, four, one pags eight. Until you stop going to be seven three. I'll think about it. Okay. Lee Malone. So we've got again we've got Domestic Sousa we've got Kevin McGuinness going to be a big program. We start the series Ted nugent tomorrow but there are perplexing news at broke on twitter. Do you have a story on Ken? Paxton? Do we know what the Hell's going on with this I? Actually If, you don't mind Ken. Paxton Paxton is the attorney general the Great State of Texas guys been on the show a million different times I know in reasonably well on their on the show we're not personal friends, but but he's done a great job as the attorney general suddenly I see him trending on Saturday or Sunday I. Think. Saturday. Night and looking at the trend on twitter and I'm like, what is this a click on it in some sort of bribery allegations and abuse of power allegations mcadoo somebody being stupid going after pack because he's a Republican and then you see seven people quit. Seven people and these are like high level people. In his In his employees in his office. That I got a hold of the guy who I've always talked to interview Paxton he's gone to he left like a month ago. So what on Earth is going to carry people in and as I said on twitter Saturday night Ken Paxton has been a very good attorney for the state of Texas I don't know anything about the allegations, but I'll certainly follow up and figure it out and therefore I. WanNa reported here from Fox News Top, taxes Republicans are expressing concerns over new allegations that. The Lone Star State's attorney general can Paxton engaged in crimes like bribery and abuse of office these allegations raise serious concerns. I will withhold further comment until the results of any investigation or complete Republican Governor Greg Abbott said prepared statement on Sunday. Lieutenant Governor. Dan. Patrick Call The news obviously concerning echoing Abbott's comments that he would wait until the investigation is complete before making any additional comments. Other comments came one day after the Austin American Statesman and K v. e TV reported that seven high ranking members. Of Paxton's office contacted the director of human resources in the Attorney General's office regarding possible crimes in a letter. The seven legal staffers wrote Paxton Republican may have broken the law and quote his official capacity as the current attorney general of Texas late Sunday. The Houston Chronicle reported the accusations deal with Paxton's relationship with in battled Austin real estate developer campaign donor, nate, Paul, Paul, who's offices were reportedly raided by the FBI last year gave Paxton. Twenty five thousand dollars head of his reelection battle in two. Thousand Eighteen will not providing any examples of malfeasance. The letter which was sent Thursday reads in part, we have a good faith belief that the attorney general is violating federal and or state law including prohibitions related to improper influence, abusive office bribery, and other potential criminal offenses. Thursday. Letter States The letter could deepen legal trouble for Paxton, who spent nearly his entire five years in office under felony indictments for securities fraud although the case stalled for years over legal challenges, Paxton pleaded not guilty in the case. So, there you go. I'm not sure if the story said it correctly if it if it did. But representative chip Roy is now saying that he should resign. That is right and he was Roy was one of his top aides he was. So there's something here and we're going to keep an eye on it, and as we get the news, we will certainly bring it to you We have no problem reporting news on care what side of the year on if something's going on, we're let you know what's Going on so we'll keep an eye on it I don't know what the processes or guest the the governor would appoint somebody until the next election unless there's GonNa be a special election if he were to step down but that that's getting ahead of the game a little bit The Big Story of today nationally is the president and his condition, and the fact that I'm told this hour he's is to leave the hospital to do me a favor and keep an eye on that of the president leaves the hospital. To report that in real time and I want to take phone calls on this not unpack not enough information on that and certainly not in carrying the fact that she's a jinx. I think that we've we've settled thing that I'm talking to. The listeners are Iran and I just WanNa say is jake is that the boy that's playing? Yes. Jacob, sorry? Don't apologize. Know I could say I'm sorry. No reason for that. Sorry Mama. Brought you into the loss I mean it's listen. Ass Off I'm sure you did. Nine four one pags eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven. Here's what I want to go with the tone and tenor of the media the other day Jim Acosta. said the president refused to answer questions before getting on Marine One you know that if you would have walked over to the Gaggle with cove nineteen, the costumes said the president's trying to infect us with covid nineteen. So he can't win that one and now you've got jake tapper pretending like he was outraged in, you know own and your suffering the consequences of your disastrous response to. Shut up you're not Walter cronkite. You know what? The hell you're talking about and I gotTa tell you. I think the media is on tilt. Because the president is doing so well with this virus either good bothers them your thoughts eight, eight, nine, four, one pags, joepags, dot com stay writer. This is the Joe pags show. Sweet Have it's the JOE PAGS show eight nine for one PAG joepags dot com. Calls Rolling in w what your thoughts on how the media's treating the president having covid nineteen I think they've been disgusting to be honest with you by large. There are few leftists who have been okay and above board on this but that didn't last very long and just to watch them try to twist intern and and and contorted themselves. Intellectually and physically I guess it's kind of nuts but it does it exposes emperor they are. They should be rooting for the president to be getting better one idiot talked about how he felt safer in North Korea. then. He feels covering the White House. That's how stupid somebody can be. So we'll get into that and then much much more. We've got full phone lines including AJ. 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Glad to have you along for the ride on a Monday. I want to just illustrate what I was talking about with the Nutso media and I will put this up so that those watching on the web stream can see it. And by the way, we're on twitch twitch, dot com slash joepags Ben Tracy who I guess is the White House reporter for CBS News. Cal saw this he he tweeted I felt safer reporting in North Korea than I currently do reporting at the White House. This is just crazy. I hadn't heard that. Okay. I of course had to take a moment to to to tweet back at him. Of course, where I said it would be almost impossible to assess the level of stupidity in this comment North Korea regularly kills people who give the government decide I can you imagine how delusional you must be to say something so incredibly ridiculous my face hurts even typing this. I hit the point there no, it was pretty clear how you felt. Yes. Felt pretty good about that. My face hurts. My goodness spawned but what is wrong with you? What on Earth, are you talking about how stupid must you be? To say something like that, where there are an estimated an estimated two million people in work camps where you just work till you die. and. I'm not sure I understand. And the whole idea. That trump brought this on himself. You look at the Rose Garden all those people sitting near each other and they didn't have any masks on. As I said last week free liberated. Americans can do whatever they want. They knew where they were going with you're going to be doing. But the idea that somehow you're in trouble for? The White House. In the press room, they're sitting at least ten to twelve feet apart. And they all have masks on now the actual advice from the medical doctors the CDC elsewhere has been either socially distance six to eight feet apart or where a mask they're doing both. which is not even prescribed. So what are you complaining about I mean other than the obvious case of stupidity you came down with what is complaining about? It just makes me nuts it makes me crazy and this of course on the heels of finding out the Kelly mcenaney has it now. So here we have. Donald Trump has it our president the first lady has it hope Hicks has a close advisor to the president. Chris Christie who is doing debate prep with him, but they don't think that's when he got it has it. Kelly mcenaney has it. And the media wants to come on and tell trump ha ha told you. So B. They want him to die somebody sent me a headline on a newspaper or magazine or something from Germany today where they've got Obama and and Malania trump and George W Bush Laura Bush. They're all smiling Enduro Giddy and happy standing in front of a coffin with Donald, trump in it. This is how nuts the left in this in this world is not just in this country. So we go to the phone lines and just your thoughts on the way the press is acting even go twenty four hours before acting the fool being jake tapper with his feigned outrage trying to be Walter cronkite carry. This is the same jake tapper that last week allow Jill Biden to tell him you can ask about gaffes I know I know and by the way I'm watching the president right now is walking out of the Walter Reed, Medical Center. Is out the door. He has a mouse gone in a suit and tie. Walking down the steps. Unassisted before the it'd be funny if he just broke into a sprint. Only he'll do that but. Go people. Waving I know. He's seventy four years old. And And blows he said he's obese. and. Here he is kicking Kobe's s now Matt Gaetz who we had on this program couple of weeks ago tweeted out today that Trump is trying to get rid of Kobe Kovic trying to get rid of trump or something like that in almost like a like a like Chuck Norris thing. And of course, the left went I. tweeted out. It must be so fun from case to get in their heads every time he writes anything. So I mean I'm just I'm here to tell you this thing is not doing too trump what they wanted to, and if nothing else and this is real, this is not just me the trump supporter. He's literally going to prove how nonlethal this is. I know two, hundred, eight, thousand people died with Covid nineteen not of it with it. They had it or some that they used to have it. Then they doubt if something else there even being counted. But. The mortality rate is still even the highest mortality rate is like five percent. That's the highest. We've just got a ninety five percent chance of living. Once, you're under forty. It's almost non existent. So for me at some point. At some point I mean, I'm just I'm just here to tell you. The media is going to have to stop this bs or we're just not going to believe them anymore, and then there's Susan I talked about this a lot. Later, he makes some great points in the media. Make sure you stick around Aj. Big. Town joepags. What does that my brother from another brother? What's going on? My main man eight what is up on your chance? It's called Spanish in. To watch the three stooges. If anybody ever watch the Johnson, they don't probably don't know if they watch the three stooges call spinach gene. We always funny I. Just I just think pull on camera didn't even realize it. He was actually rubbing it. He was actually A. Cressey. Hey, I got an email last week from a guy. This is real guy sent me an email. And he said, you know when that guy calls in Aj calls you motown Joe it's actually insult. I said, how exactly is it an insult as motown Monday we both have the connection. Detroit it's a big time. Compliment. What are you talking about Aj? People are always looking for some sort of controversy man. That's a liberal that a liberal and we got the. You gotta excuse them. You know because after all the deaths that we had motown, you know I rambled on a Monday all the death we had. the Democrats are the ones that didn't want trump to close the borders. Didn't they call them? Zena. Fold they call them a Dan going racist and trump beat the buyers I'm going to watch walk out that that Medical Center way want to read I'm watching what are they going to beat the virus and they still not going to be satisfied and the worst part about it that eating in new? York, he ought to be put in jail for. Older. People. In harm's way they shouldn't be dead they. Didn't have to happen Moselle Democrat. Party is the boss of the death of these people. I don't believe the numbers because you know they bought everything else. Being Nice mowed down pool everything else. And then now here we go. But requiem and that that graph that's going on here with the I, guess would the journey whoever that is the Paxton or whatever getting trouble. But motown he'll read got rid of all these emails O bomber game one, hundred, forty, a million dollars or somebody and a billion really and then. We don't hear word. We don't hear a word nothing and Joe Biden is late in his basement again today he did a lay in the day when I'm motown truck is like a general that's in front of his troops that's running and I don't understand why would they WANNA put a guy that's GonNa stay in his basement all day only in the White House I'm trying to figure out. Why isn't the media asking Joe? Biden about his health issues. Why isn't somebody get somebody gets a question, his doctor what's going on with his mental capacity? Clearly, he's not the same as he was five years ago. What's going on with him? What is it? To handle, they won't do it they won't do it and Jill. Tapper don't ask me about stuff. Exactly and just like they won't. They didn't Act Obama any hard questions and Obama we found out he's sold everybody out when he had the virus in hand. Oh, well Let it go just let it and nobody said a word and then now trump hey down quick. President trump took vaccine or took the trump's they just give it to me don't worry about it. I'm doing it for the people of the United States every world and you years then got it and Motown I'm GonNa tell you he looked at stronger if you seen that video Looked like Popeye. He looks like Popeye. Spinach and his all good. Oh my God. But Motel, we're going to win this in the landslide baby and you keep on doing what you. Worry about these idiots 'cause we gonNA take care of business on November the third. Man We love Aj from my from Houston following right now on twitter at Aj from Houston on twitter. He's a great follow. He's always yellen. He's always all caps. He's always yelling at you which I have no problem with it at eight nine, four, one pags joepags dot com one more quickly before the break lists to Monte in San Antonio Monte what's going on? Hey, thanks for taking my call. I Hate Aj because he's so awesome diesel say that trump is gonna win this by landslide. He can. He can do no wrong and you know he's just doing awesome the one of the things that the left media will never understand about those secret service guys that were inside the beast with him. They chose the profession to where they served and they serve at the pleasure of the President and they are honored to serve with him and left will never know what his life to lay down your life for another person I hear you and I appreciate that know at the end of the day they're looking for the secret service to look out for themselves in the White House. Press Corps. They WANNA blame the President Act like this is a death, a some sort of a death sentence. It's not the president is going to prove that he's been right the entire time open the economy open our society. If a seventy four year, old guy can get it and react positively. What's the question? What sort of eight thousand died two, hundred, forty, thousand people over eight years. From the regular common flu. Well. Obama was the president and I don't know anybody that anybody who blamed him nobody? Eight nine, four, one, PAG joepags, dot, com stay raider. This is the Joe pags show. Thank. I'll. With. Motel Monday, the JOE PAGS show. Glad to have you here. Welcome to the program. Thanks. Lots, going on locks to get to manders just a ton going on today. So the president did he hit the Marine One day talked to media. What did you do care I don't know if he talked to anybody like I. said, he waved he did a little fist bump and he got in the SUV and they drove away. The Babylon earlier today, put up a story that that showed. The president putting black lives matter on the side of the SUV. Okay. Okay. It would have been hilarious. He done that because how do you react if you're on the left heady react? They would have complained about black lives matter on the SUV. Right How do they square that with what they've been saying? He actually should look read the Bible on be induced some of the things that they're saying. That'd be funny. Somebody. Who sent me A meme said even cove in nineteen pick trump over biden. For Making Hay out of this thing man they're making, hey, it's bad. It's really not bad eight, eight, nine, four, one PAGS JOEPAGS DOT com. Glad to have you along for the ride of US joining us Kevin McGuinness next hour bottom of next hour we're gonNA talk about proud boys he he invented it he founded the group. What is it? Are they a bunch of white supremacist and Anti anti-semites a bunch of homophobes what is group because that's what the left wants us to believe. Of course he says it's not find out why they founded it and you're GonNa get information now he he also gave me a warning carry. He said if I post this on social media, they will delete it they will take it down. Like you can't remember the guy's name out there. Wow. Website Censor Dot TV I said so you've been censored you've been taken off these sites which say he sent him off of every site you can't put anything about me on instagram on facebook on twitter on anything. This is the guy I know from watching red eye on Fox back in the day like five six years ago. He's a regular on red eye late that late at night show. So now he's like persona non grata very strange. So we'll have that for you next hour. Let me tell you in the meantime about relief factor relief factor is a great product a great supplement if you've got pain and you tend to get pain from exercising dancing jogging played tennis working out whatever you just everyday life. If you've got some pain, you're GonNa want to manage that pain. I you've got to figure out what's causing it. It's the inflammation. So you've gotta get something that goes after the inflammation. 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Hey good talking to you you bet. Aj. Agius. Cool. What's happening? There's a bigger picture I think than just the media I think the media and speed. Democrats and Republicans are afraid. We've got a guy in that's not a politician and to integrate jobs and they're taking the trickle down. The lose their job. Whether you're right. No without a doubt you've got some. Jeff. Thank you I think you've got somebody in there who is one hundred percent not doing the job the way they want him to do it. so He's got to be eliminated. He's got to be removed. He's gotTa lose the Election Kovic. GotTa get him. Something's gotTa happen to this guy because we want to get back to that old style deep state. BS The establishment bs we've been doing for one hundred years now. And he went in the resettlement to do these things and then he did them, I'm look to lower these taxes. Regulations The move the embassy to Jerusalem he did it. Support law enforcement he did it and I'm going to help out minorities especially blacks and he's done it better than any other president before him and these people are going do you're supposed to make the promises but not follow through? On his game somebody does. So, very good. Point Eight, eight, nine, four, one packs joepags, dot com it's going to be al in Minnesota Al. what's going on. Hi. Leaving the. The only thing that would have been better than what's going on right now with trump is if they were treated him with Hydrochloric Lynn and he better they were their heads would have exploded. Well, I wonder I wonder if they did I wonder if the fact that Chris Remember he said, he was taking it as a prophylactic I wonder if that. He's doing so much better. We had it in his system. He happened taking in another he's not taking it now but I wonder if that had any effect at all and again, you're supposed to take the sooner you find out about the disease I don't know why did didn't use it. The doctor said they considered it but they using other stuff reservoir and other stuff. So the end of the day that would really made their heads explode. I agree with you because that would have made them go nuts open line now eight nine, four, one pags Joepags, Dot Com Las Vegas Genie about a minute or so what's happening? I just wanted to call you and tell you I think comedian it. Absolutely horrible. But they're showing a lot of people are showing their true colors like it's either you're either a decent person or you're not they're horrible when he was you know I mean anything could happen. He's but I feel like he's a such a champion for us I feel like he's a modern day hero. He did not make politics a career for himself. It was more of a call in for him and he's been so three to go out there and the only reason he's done it is because he loves his country and he doesn't WanNa. See it fall into the hands of anarchists and Socialists. Deserves all. I could not agree more. He's like standing up because he loves the country and when I interviewed him, I said that why are you doing this? You're a really rich dude you've got a great life doing and he said I I have to do for the love of my country. That's it. And, it's pure and simple and the truth of the matter is she had no experience and that's but he's got common sense decency and he's showing them all up and they hate him for it but he's not backing down he doesn't want the court. He doesn't want to. Get rid of the. And he wants us to keep our constitutional right. I gotta run genie very well appreciate you open line now inundate nine for one PAGS JOEPAGS DOT COM we're. Coming right back. Here listening to joepags. 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Well, it's the Joe pags. Show glad to have year on a Monday. MOTOWN Monday? Have you long for the rice? That is carry Laki what's going on. Paulo exam along for the ride to. Get done. With his whole on jealous. Here's looking sharp. Tired. Manos like a WIG since long ago. Shave it off but I'm GonNa Shave his side like an orderly done then shave it all. Crazy soon, this is my head. Got Bad. That would look. Who's the bowling ball walking down the street that we've been hearing looking at mom? You delegate attention. Attention already just because some. Right, but you'd get attention to Barack and then when you out, he had to wear masks. So then people wouldn't necessarily know what to you. Unless you talk could be crazy headband. KUSHAYB. or working on things right. Need my hair. If I didn't need my hair than I would just get rid of it. Inevitably. And again I don't think I have the the head shaved that a look at some dude like look good. Even realize her ball good. It looks like a rock looks really good with the head. Ain't the Rock, talking put out there. The past. Eight nine four, one, pags JOEPAGS DOT COM right I, was gonNA move on past the media stuff carried. You have the volume up when the president was leaving the hospital I did not. I can't confirm this because I didn't see it. August heavy users actually reporting it as well. I'm a Guy Tom over on on twitter falls minute twitter he posted this. Make. Sure you get to. The reporters shouted Mister President How many of your staff are sick are you a super spreader as he walked to the car? carries is that a journalist surprising? As if the president would walk over and say, wants a great question, we tell you. Super. Super Sweater that you've ever send you come a little closer come closer right and I'll tell you right exactly how we spread this thing right now they're showing them at the White House and and he was gonna the Patio rating mask on he's waving everybody. So. There you go. You're not going to complain about that. How dare he stabbed the Patio and wave at people when he was six hundred feet away w you know you have to have a mask on. How they convince carry. Let me let me ask that. How would they convinced us that you the Basque and you need to social distance I don't know but it is true because we all seem to do it. Mask and social distance it's not. Mistake am I making a mistake when they said either you socially distance which six to eight feet away? I know or but we're doing both I I don't know where we. How we got to that point and and weren't getting upset with him for being in that SUV v taken that little spin around the block how dare he take the issue and wave at people but he was wearing a mask You're saying does everything and then didn't they also that as he was hermetically sealed or whatever to. I don't get. It doesn't matter what he does. That's why if he put black lives matter on the side of the SUV, they would still hate on him suddenly they would hate black lives matter Sam near the young whippersnapper. In this thing, what do you think of a Gal? Your age? What do you think about the president social distancing these these reporters from questions? You've questions from reporters I should say. that. I think the media super bias and I think that these questions are not helping anything. They're not real questions like does anyone actually expect him to answer something like that? The fantastic question super spider. Let's let's talk about it. Everybody gets a small. Let's get together I'll stand in the middle of all of you. Let me answer your question Shit. What's The Best Sprinter the best. Super spreader fantastic spreader on the spur you've ever seen. I'm such good spreader, huge silica the end of the day. He's not GONNA die. Thank God. It looks like he's getting better faster than expected. He's back at his house the White House and reporters are freaking out. They just can't believe that even Cova couldn't take him out. They tried for for four years. Now they thought the disease. Got Him. You see on Saturday night Kerry they were actually trending twenty Fifth Amendment now. Yes. I. Did see that. Those who don't know the twenty, fifth amendment. is where you can remove a president of he's incapacitated. He can't possibly do the job anymore where clearly he can and they tried this crap before allegedly with with McCabe or Rosenstein or somebody they tried this before and then whoever was was Rosenstein actually I was just a joke just kidding. At the end of the day, they tried this, but the vice president has to sign off on it. In other words, the vice president would become president. If they twenty Fifth Amendment Him, Twenty Fifth Amendment. amendment. amendment. Amendment Ted. Furniture I guess. If they twenty Fifth Amendment to the him. Just doesn't sound right. Just follow. So I also saw there may they're trying to make fun of him or? I guess claim that that shot of him still working at the table and signing some some paper that the paper was blank. And it was. It was fake bringin doctrine and Ecole Sapphire she's. Not only listen have the. White House physician trump may not entirely be out of the woods. So, this being reported today to. This morning. Yeah. So I don't think anybody thought that three days later he would be cured, but it's how he's responding to the medication right and the fact that ring let them go back to the to the White House. We talked about this at length on on Spicer company tonight on Newsmax TV. Spicer thinks he should. He should've stayed at the hospital I. Don't disagree. But at the same time we know trump where does trump picky looks to the strongest at the hospital or the White House of course that's why he's Goin' I'm of course, and again he's got to be well enough the doctors would have really insisted that he stay so he's got gotta be well enough to go back to the White House but he has an option do your work at Walter Reed or do you work at the White House he's going to go home. Because that's where he shows a real form of strength. Give you that story about him not being in the woods. Oh. Okay. I have to find it. You gave it to me. You're talking about. The last story you. Write your story. And giving you props for the story. Okay. Yes. I have it now. Doesn't win football games this. All. Night Stop. Stop. What we do. From Fox News. A White House physician Dr Sean. Conley said that president trump may not entirely be out of the woods yet and his fight against the coronavirus. But said that the clinical status supports is discharged from Walter Reed Military Medical Center in a safe return to the White House during a news briefing at Walter Reed Monday Conley said the president would be discharged Monday evening. The president may not entirely be out of the woods yet. Calmly, Said said that his clinical status supports the president safe. Return home or he said, he'll be surrounded by medical staff twenty, four seven apparently added the president met most of his discharge requirements on Sunday afternoon, we try to get patients out of the hospital as quickly as possible company said, there's nothing being done here that we can't safely do at home adding we all remain cautiously optimistic on guard because we're in a bit of uncharted territory when it comes to a patient who received the therapies, he has a commonly added that hipaa prevents them from DC HICFA. Prevents them from discussing some details about the president's health under the members of the president's medical team. said that his heart rate as a Monday was measured at sixty AP's per minute and that he had a ninety seven percent blood oxygen level normal blood oxygen reading is between ninety five and one hundred percent calmly also told reporters Monday the president has not been on fever reducing medicine for over seventy two hours of the medical team also said, the President does not have any respiratory complaints and receive his fourth round room disappear before he departs to read Monday evening. Okay. Interesting none of us thought he was quote unquote out of the woods three days. Later does work that way We'll probably still will have to quarantine for fourteen days. We'll have to be tested to make sure that he's passed it before I can go and do anything but the fact that they allowed him to go home and they say he could go home yesterday. It's a big deal a really big deal. He's going to have a really big story to tell. But even covert nineteen couldn't get them. I think it's it's a very interesting thing and for an alleged reporter to yell, are you a super spreader? That's just ridiculous but carrying a switch gears here because Kevin Again, at the bottom of this hour, he's the founder of proud boys I'm going to ask people to call them right now sam, only taking calls on this. Do you right now think that proud boys is a hate organization, a white supremacist organization, an organization like the KKK, an anti gay anti Jewish organization or do you have a different idea and I'll take your calls right now because it and the reason I want to do this and carry tell me if you think this is smart enough that you smarten. But what? We do this. For the first time ever. So we'll do this, and then we'll have the interview. Then after the interview I'll ask them again. Okay you now think that it's a white supremacist organization. Because he has quite a story to tell. So Eight, eight, nine, four, one, pags ended eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, joepags, dot com you ought to go digital and you go on facebook or instagram or twitter or whatever parlor or semi email i. wonder what your thoughts are right now because the only thing that we really know about proud boys is a left wants us to to hate organization what are your thoughts and proud boys keeping your coming right back. Joe pags. Well they. WanNa. Matter to you. Sending me funny videos during. That's pretty good. In the Senate of been falling, then she sounds like a drum solo. Job Kerry. Okay. Pretty good. Show goes he viewed his early I'm just GONNA put it up. Okay. Ended eight nine four one PAGS, Joepags, dot com, you that on purpose because of problems that were suspicious of what they are not just an accident. It just kind of worked that way. Did, it worked out just fine. We've got boys founder Gavin mcguiness at the bottom of the hour. What do you think that group is did you walk away from the debate saying man it's a hate group and trump won't won't deny them trump condemn them. Did you walk away with that? Were you skeptical like I was at the meeting was making something up I it's. It's pretty interesting that you can. If everybody says if the narrative is is chimed in and repeated over and over again, people start believing it I didn't know what proud boys was. I. Hadn't even heard of it really before then. But I'M GONNA. The phone lines just see what you guys are already know what they are. You can say your peace but I'm wondering those who really didn't hear of them before the debate, what do you think they are let me go to the phone lines and see how to Tim in Michigan Tim what's going on? Honored to talk to your jokes. I I do not think that. It's just another media blitz. You know if the cowboys would have come out against trump everything would have been perfect. It's it's SORTA like GEICO. Cohen. It's SORTA like. SORTA, like Rosa if they were once on trump's side and then came out against trump, they stay love him. Then you're right. The proud would be if he came out against them, you're right. We have to be victim somehow. Tim I. Hear you and appreciated open line eight nine four one pags joepags dot. COM Arkansas Becky. What's going on? Hi. Hey good evening So I didn't know anything about them prior to the debate and basically everything that I hear about media negative I'm like, Oh, it's probably not the truth. So from what literal like little things that I get from the Internet 'cause I basically unlimited limited to Google I think they're like constitute like a pro-constitution route maybe so not a hate group. Interesting I'm glad that you looked him up and you actually did some legwork. A lot of people haven't done that we'll find out from him of their pro-constitution I think they're actually something different than that that ended up being that. So I think that you're not far off I'm being a little bit and matic carried. You know what they are. You look them up. Well, I was just reading this article near the Southern Poverty Law Center designates them as a hate group. I don't know why but they sued they sued this other poverty Oh. Okay. All right. He sued them now we'll tell you if they were successful or not, but they did they sued. Ended Eight, nine one PAGS JOEPAGS DOT com you go back to Jeff. California. Hi. Jeff. Thanks for taking my call, Joe. I believe they're just a bunch of concerned citizens that are trying to take care of their family their country. Without any help from the government because it seems like the government is not any help and a lot of places. And one other thing Joe, those those supporters outside of Walter Reed. They're not support or is there an honor guard? Exactly right I hear you jeff thank you. Open line eight nine four one pags joepags. Dot Com. All right so. Are they a group that formed to take care of themselves and not have to have the government help them. Let me go to Tracy who's in Ohio Tracy what's going on? Hey Hey. Talk to you. Tell you that they absolutely are hate group. Who are They hate everything that isn't them the white establishment. and. Not only did the president say stay do use the word Damn back and but stand. Stand back and standby. At not only wasn't that formation that the group. Make Movement, but it was a threat. So. Who was a call to? The hate that proud boys. Are you gonna be doing rational gonna be rational or are we not gonNA have a conversation? You tell me I don't play the game where you get to shout over me on my show. I'd rather have a conversation I. Am let's not do that to take a breath. said. Way Just said Iraq. And you made your statement. Irrational and I'll tell you why do you know who the leader is of the problem is Now? So you have no idea who the leader is high. Only out to help out the white establishment, right No I said that well. I said WHO do they. Say of individuals said, no, I'm going to repeat what you said. I asked You who do they hate? You said they hate anybody who isn't the white establishment? Those are your words. That's what you said. Yes. Okay. So the leader is a black guy who's also Cuban. So now tell me how they hate white people or how they hit anything that's not white God. Hello He did you look up or you just use making decisions from the from the debate you tell me. I am making decisions. From the debate days on. What I have read, read online and in the. Media and in the trust. About. them and why they are considered. To be and arms. Nation. So Tracy, here's what we're GONNA do at the bottom of the hour about four or five minutes from now. Will you do me favorite? Make sure you're still listening to my show I've got the guy who founded the organization. He's GonNa give you his side because clearly you've only listened to CNN or MSNBC or maybe the Washington Post Times. Okay. Then who else are you using his sources because you only have one side you're president of United States Donald Trump can I ask you something if? You're asking have you had anything to drink today. Narrow just ask because you're slurring your words a little bit i. Drink. Okay cool. God. Bless you. I just thought it asked the question very simple. You sound. A. Little Bit maybe tired but at the end of the day, listen. Wolf. Okay and God bless you on somebody that had. That and DECAPA. slurring your words. That you're. You're not a victim. You're not a victim of me. You called my show I didn't call you to make fun of you. I wanted to know the you're slurring your words I asked You a simple question. You gave me the answer if I. I'll let you go listen the idea that I know what your medical condition is. Before you call my show is ridiculous idea i. don't I can hear you speaking and Sam said take take Tracy. Tracy. is going to be a good call I took you and the way that you were talking you only listen to the debate. You only see an MSNBC you didn't look Gavin McInnes who is the founder of this organization you didn't look and see who the actual leader of the organization is. Now he's a black guy who has Cuban and their city as well. So it can't possibly be a white hate organization and you're slurring your. Words and I thought I would ask you why asked if you had anything to drink and say you're drunk Stupor Barbara, do I asked you a simple question see real journalism and real interactive statements question is those are meant to get an answer. Those are meant to gain information. I, can't get information if I don't ask the question. So if you want to be the victim now that I somehow cell look she's multiple sclerosis I mean they. Didn't happen now in your mind that makes you feel better. You're clearly a liberal liberals always do that you're winning the argument pags actually set me straight on this I better throw my medical condition at you because that's GonNa, shut you up I'm not that guy that's not GonNa shut me up had an ongoing in you had ms I would have asked you why you're slurring your words pretty simple. You didn't tell me up front eight, eight, nine, four, one pags, joepags, dot com when we come back Gary McGinnis the guy that founded proud boys hear from him directly. Radio stations across the land joepags dot, com facebook, twitter, instagram parlor, the the email address the live video feed is there as well. It's the JOE PAGS show. Glad to have you really glad to have this guy on i. know him as a former participant panel member over on red eye all the time I guess he's the founder of this horrible hate group proud boys. We'll talk about that and he's also got a website called censored dot TV. Kevin how are you? I'm great how you doing live with a dream and it's really a pleasure to have you on. Thanks for accepting the invitation now. I to be honest with you. I thought you were funny irreverent. On point I thought you were very, very edgy sometimes read I I did not know you're affiliated with proud boys at all but it turns out that this so-called white supremacist group that hates everybody but people with beards in who are white I. Guess that that you were the founder of that group I mean none of what I just said is true. Obviously that's what we're supposed to believe. We believe the left media. So let's start from the start. What is the proud boys? Why did you found them? What's the story? While we started it because my producer of my old show Gavin. McInnes show was twenty three and a virgin. He was a twenty three year old virgin and he didn't care and I was like dude when I was seventeen, I was one of the last guys to get laid and my friends were going to murder me if I didn't catch up that's back and he'd just been a Disneyland with some friends female friends and he never tried anything and I thought this is what's going on with millennials they're. So they're so brainwashed by porn and so scared because a feminist that they just give it up and so we said, let's start a men's club sort. Of Based on the Knights of Columbus, meets, Animal House, and we'll try to get men to be dudes again and so we started a club that's just like You Know Fred and Barney with the water buffaloes and Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton with the the little raccoon tails in the epilepsy just a silly men's club which used to be ubiquitous that used to be what all men did got killed by feminism in the eighties and it's just men being men men of all races gay men Jewish Manasian Black Brown, and the left and the. Media, and the narrative felt threatened by that because we're Maga- and that makes it look fun. So how do you discredit a group either call them pedophile 's or if the right wing you call them gay you assume that they're homophobic or the easiest one these days is just Nazi if it rains on your birthday, then it's not seeing outside. Well, it rained when Hitler was alive Gavin, you know that. So that's obviously connected. It's gathered a Guinness go to his website censored dot TV some following you clearly now let's face some of what you're talking. About I'm a big guy six, one to fifty I've got a deep voice and very hairy I've got muscles I workout. So I'm out I'm not a metro sexual I'm not. I don't have a feminine side as far as I know and I'm not afraid to argue and and really mix it up with somebody I'm a toxic toxically masculine man. So I'm on the out even if you listen to television commercials and radio commercials, they don't use voices like mine anymore they use very squeaky high pitched men who almost sound like women to try to pitch. Whatever they're selling that's what you're talking about right sort of squeezing out the fact that we have just ostro. NPR Ezra glass or IRA glass I don't he had you worst voice. I've ever heard in my life. It sounds like a mouse is getting a colonoscopy and he's like one of their top guys it's it's bizarre but you're right the crux of the problem has nothing to do with white supremacy. That's all the Nazi thing is alive. That's all fake. Going on the radio gun, but the real crime here is a lack of shame and one of the things we were proud Western chauvinist we refuse to apologize for creating the modern world and they say, Oh, that's racist and you go wait a minute I hate communism Russia half when you think of communism you think of Russia and China. So armee is basically white or at least it's half white half white half Chinese. So it's not racist to be against Communism Communists are white and it's not a pro white to be pro-western just because most of them are that's just the Western world. The beauty of the West is it's based on merit accuracy and it's anti-racism. The West did not start slavery but the West on abolish slavery. You're welcome for that. I'm not apologizing for that. It's a great point it's gotTa McGinnis Let's talk about the proud. Specifically you said the leader is a black guy to be Cuban ancestry right? Yeah Cubans tend to. Be Drawn to Maga-, and patriotic groups because they tried socialism over there and it went really bad for them. So we anytime, you start a Patriot a group, you're going to notice a disproportionate number of of Cubans you'll also notice a lot of gays and they were trying to mess with the Hashtag today and pretend problems are a gay group I'm like yeah go bananas. We actually have the case because when you're gay and Mega, you get totally ostracized by the gay community. So they come to us and we're like we're flying with you buddy come on in. Gavel McGinnis he is the founder of the proud boys or or just proud boy censored dot TV censored DOT TV go there. So let me ask you very specifically about the charges made against the group you went on some sort of anti Jewish anti Semitic rant did that happen? No that's patently false that is people taking comedy show and not paying attention to the jokes I was in Israel working as relevant I'm a Zionist we were doing pro Israeli stuff and I also do comedy. So I did a video called ten things I hate about the Jews a satirical video where I'm wearing a silly costume and I'm talking about how I love Jews and we have to come together it was like textbook satire. Jonathan Swift with the Irish should eat their babies to deal with the population. But because we're living in an epoch where people are desperate for Nazis to vilify and they don't, they don't exist they're not around. So they go. Well, I'M GONNA nor that joke and be willfully ignorant just to get my Nazi numbers up. So they made that thing and anyone who talks about that video as antisemitic has not seen it. But that no longer seems to be an issue or you've got you've got a certain number of characters on twitter where you Can say. Gavin McInnes hates the Jews and then nobody's going to research and nobody's going to look it up like somebody yesterday says something about Joe Biden I said I'm GonNa need some context I'm gonNA neither source on that and they went really my sources are good while another not tell me what your sources are. Let me see the video. Let me see it in context it's McGinnis let me ask you about the Anti Gay rant allegedly you went on and again I haven't seen this either but did you do some homophobic rant? I mean. I. Don't know probably comical way I I've been living in the cities since I was eighteen Montreal New York, London I'm obviously surrounded homosexuals. Is it possible to be a rampant racist homophobic and live in Manhattan for twenty years? I mean you'd be exhausted. I would not I asked Roseanne Barr this one time. How can you be funny in this day and age like the things that you said are very well taken by me because I read the Babylon be I think it's hilarious satirical. It's funny. None of their headlines are true none of their stories are true but there are funny I got a good yet of it. So why exactly is it that you can't do it is because you're too white because you dared proud to be a man. I mean, why do you think they're attacking you what's the issue? I think it's because I'm charming and funny and I make supporting trump look cool and I'm able to rally people together I mean the probably is just a joke it's a it's a silly fraternity that we all we all were all just drinking. It's a drinking club, but I was getting attacked when I did talks we had conservatives getting attack during talks. We said you know what? We're happy to fight for all blue collar guys we box. We'll come to your talk and if n t for tax you if they start a fight, we'll finish it and that became verboten because Antifa is the less paramilitary wing and you can't mess with them or they don't have their street power they don't have their their visa. They can't use violence as a political weapon and that's what we really did. We stop the DNC from being able to employ ANTIFA as their military weapons violence. Gavin was the probably started to be the Anti Antifa or just became that. It just became. It was started as a joke and if ANTIFA would get lost and stop attacking people, we could get back to the Animal House portion of the group but you know look at any right wing rally look at Michelle Malkin a couple of weeks ago and Colorado doing talk getting beat up and coulter. Surround her at all times when she does talk Roger Stone Lawrence southern all of these people they were and it wasn't like they were being yelled at they lawrence southern was drenched in urine. Twice tell me about a left wing pundit or speaker who has been drenched in urine ever it would never happen. It's not what we want. We won't actually exchange ideas. Joe Biden debate is you know said that. Ideology or an idea it's not a real group that seems to be what they're hanging their hats on. Of course, we can see the idea burning down cities and shooting people in Portland, but it's just an idea how do you react to that? Well isn't proud boys just an idea by that same sense there's no one at the top I'm gone right I was forced out by the the FBI when they were trying to frame these two kids who are doing for years in prison right now for fighting ANTIFA forced out in that scam. But. What does Enrico Cario make an announcement? This Friday everyone's GonNa burn the city down. I mean most groups have horizontal leadership and that's what ANTIFA has. But for some reason, people keep falling for the scam that it's just antifascism look at their signs signs are made it. The factory-made like they're all consistent, this is not grassroots. This is well organized always look at the signs grassroots, people have homemade signs these people do not they call shots they have lawyers who magically appear every time they get arrested and get them off I. Don't know how they have this strange contact they always get bail. This is a much more organized group than problems and they are much more damaging they cause much more. Fires, much more much more much more deaths yet we have this obsession in this in modern America where they watched the fires, they watched the violence, they watched the murders of ANTIFA and they go. That's just property damage. But what if these guys start burning stuff like why don't you wait till? They start burning stuff before you plan your whole day around it it is giving McGinnis, the founder of proud boys no longer affiliated. Center DOT. is where you go and check out his incredible show. Here's the thing you're banned from everything or you banned from facebook and twitter and everything. What aren't you allowed to go on right now I'm far more than that. So bad that you'll be banned if you put this up on Youtube. People can't you can't DM CENSOR DOT TV to someone in a private conversation Cameo can't will not processing has. If, you put my face up. You'll lose your instagram account people who work for me like my sound engineer can't have a private facebook I'm banned from pay pal, Pinterest instagram youtube I mean absolutely everything and now they're starting to take down other people discussing me it's it's it's. It's esque it's are William or no it is because if we hide you then there is no real resistance for sure it's gathered mcguinness we'll find out because I'm GonNa put it up everywhere. We'll see we'll see exactly what happens to me I mean I was I was suspended from twitter because I dare to hydroxy chloroquine works a few months ago I had to get on my knees and Kowtow and say, yes, twitter I'm sorry I like chloroquine even though it works it Doesn't mean you're stupid sight. So what's interesting to me is you've now been renowned by the left as the leader of the White Supremacists, a group that includes Latinos and blacks and all of their at this cities you also say it includes gays so clearly not homophobic but you've you've been given that Albatross you walk around with that are you suing? Are you trying to get your good name back I mean these people obviously have libeled have slandered have harmed her reputation horribly. I raised a quarter of a million dollars to sue the SPIC and that cut the head off the snake. The founder was fired. The President who mocked my lawsuit had to step down had a legal step down top researchers stepped down they brought in Tina Chen to revamp the company, and then she got caught up in this Jesse smelly thing. So. That case hasn't even started yet. It's still in the judge's lap. So even that lawsuit has already been very effective and I'm starting again. This is all they've left us no choice, but to pursue law fair. So I've got finances I've got lawyers, and now we're going to go after CNN we're going to go after. Biden. I'm going to sue Joe Biden or calling the proud boys white supremacist. We're GONNA, WE'RE GONNA start taking down all of these reporters one by one who say this lie because you've left us no choice you wallace and Chris Wallace basically said it's a white supremacist group and Chris Wallace four years earlier almost to the day asked Donald Trump then donald trump. If, he rebukes refutes and condemns white supremacy and he did. But yet for the for the remaining four years, he has to keep doing it every other day and suddenly you're group got thrown in Kevin I didn't know about the group before this whole hubbub started I just didn't. It's not in my in my mindset is done on my periphery even some not really sure why you guys got lumped in did you do somethings but or did that group do something specifically recently other than stand up to Antifa? Is that really what this is about? Yeah. That's exactly what it's about. We just had a rally in Portland and. What they did was they made it look like it was going to be this big thing and we're coming to Portland to stop at Thika and never went and the governor declared a state of emergency. They went. You think ANTIFA was bad with Chazan shop way. Do you see what? Proud? Town, it's GonNa be ash and they went there. They sang the national anthem they prayed they had a barbecue and they went home and they did it on purpose as a way to show you the hysterical reaction that conservatives and mega people being normal gets compared to the radical left destroying cities and they've done this several times I mean they did this. Another time in Portland where they their rally consisted of crossing a bridge planting in American flag in a park and then going home antifa stayed to riot and smash and beat the crap out of everyone around them. The point with proud boys is if we say hello there, I don't hate America and I don't hate myself and I don't like things burning. It's APOPLECTIC. From coast to coast, and then when the actual violence not only do they get away with it, they get praised it's peaceful protests. It's the summer of love. They've been doing it for four straight months to, and this is how idiotic it is. Ted Wheeler Guy Portland. As you know, they want him out Antigua isn't even supporting the idiot that supporting them. This is how backward this group is if they would just wake up and say enough is. Enough. We can't have a city like this. We no longer have a city if this happens, but instead you've got to attack whiteness or beards or manliness or whatever fill in the blank and basically attack. America. So you're telling me in my audience right now you just basically a guy who loves America started a group that was just a bunch of guys that maybe go out and have some drinks and talk about girls and he's turned into this thing. That exactly correct. Here's here's the proof. We don't go to their things they go to our things. If we're out there roaming the streets, trying to beat up anyone who's who's who doesn't support trump. Then how come you don't see us at Mt Rallies, and and when ANTIFA write a book there Mark Bray did the handbook you did all national tour not one proud boy. We don't care business class, right all the books you want. But when we have a rally of free speech thing or it could serve speaker, does it talk there's Antifa screaming and yelling and hurting people so I'm sorry I'd like to publicly apologize on your show right now I apologize for standing up for myself I apologize for standing my ground I from now. On I'll just take the beatings you pepper spray I'll just lie there and cry and maybe just have a sign. It's as a white flag that she says so sorry. So sorry well, that help is that what you want I'm guessing you're not going to do that. It has Gavin McInnes. He founded the proud boys When was this? What year was this? Right before trump twenty fifteen, right. So proud of the proud of founded proud boys no longer affiliated with the group but certainly stands up for what they stand up for, and now we have some insight into what it is. The media will tell you about it. Hopefully I can spread this word I'll see how far it gets at least going to get to my four and a half million listeners on the Radio Gavin. I appreciate you taking the time. Let's do it again. Can We? Yes I'd love to okay thank you. We're back after this on the Joe Pags show stay right here. Don't be a of stay with the JOE pags. Show. The. That great to have you welcome to the program the Joe Pags Show Eight, eight, nine, four, one pags, joepags? Dot Com take your phone calls now. Or. After the top of the hour, we'll take your phone calls on exactly. what your thoughts are. Now you didn't know what the problems were. I didn't know what the problems were I'd no idea what that would that organization was all about you heard what the media said. You heard what Chris Wallace said. You heard what the left has said now you've heard from the founder of the organization I'm not here to say he's right or wrong I'm not here to say that the media's right or wrong I'm here to say we're going to present both sides and then we can make a decision. My opinion is this is a group that has been earmarked as a bad group because they support the side opposite Antifa. I think they've been marked a bad group because they support the president of the United States that's an issue. In, this country and this day and age that's an issue. So. What were to do is take your phone calls after the top your thoughts on what you think of. Now compared to what you thought about before keeping it. We're coming right back. VOSS is the JOE PAGS show. The longer I worked from home. The more certain things start to bug me like the tile work in my house I decided it was time to enjoy looking at my kitchen. So I called architectural six actual ceramics is a certified female owned business. 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Hollowing Chamlong era. Get her done a London. Eight, the interview I mean, was it about time? We got the other side. Do we now understand a little bit more about at least his perspective on it? We had the for those who just get the show starting this hour I just had gathered kinison. He's the founder of proud boys. We now have a better understanding from his perspective with the group is instead of just CNN or Chris Wallace telling me what it is. What do you think? Kerry. I thought it was good. I. Thought. It was informative You certainly got his side of the story. Something, we didn't know. Because if you just listen to the other side, it's a bunch of white supremacists. That if you've got a black guy who's Cuban as the leader of the group now I don't know how you do that. Again, he's an anti Semite but. He did that while working with Israel with a guy who is Jewish And he was doing sort of parody or satire. There's always another side of the story. The problem is in this day and age, but don't get the other side of the story a lot because the media is complicit with the left as the media pretend tea is a fake organization, not really a group it's a, it's an idea. They want proud boys somehow a bunch of rebel rousers, which is not the case. So interesting at least year both sides now, he he warned me during the interview you probably heard this. that. This will not be spread by by facebook or twitter or instagram youtube he warned me about that. So I am uploading it now to youtube into rumble. And that interview will be available soon as soon as it is, I will publicize social media sites and people can go and check it out and there's a big interest in this before I, did the interview. Before we aired the interview said to the interview a couple of hours ago the before we aired it, I said on social media that I have this and viewership on twitch page more than doubled. So we know that people are interested in getting the real story, we also know that they're not getting the real story from what's called. The mainstream media called the big media. It is a conglomerate it is complicit conglomerate that is not unbiased even handed we get into that even further with the national news at the bottom of the hour because the media is is more than what it was intended to be when the founders wrote the the document, the constitution, the media now. Is, is in a place. is in a place. where? They're only gonNA give you one side, and if you try to give like I, just gave the other side. I didn't say agreed Madonna grew them but a- I gave the other side. Now the media is going to be mad at me for doing it. That's very interesting. Isn't it? Yeah. Hateful and rain. All those things. And it's interesting those who heard the interview on twitter commenting GUAC great interview I'm glad we got that they have that side now great insight and well as a as a racist So did you hear the interview I don't have to? Okay he go. It's like the lady who called in earlier you know what I mean It i. mean she called an earlier and that was it. That's who they are. They only support white supremacy then I said. Black Hispanic. Right and she had oh Well, where do you get that? Well, it's the debate. It's the the media media reports I've done my research. Have you heard from him? 'cause you're about to the bottom of the hour. and. Then she she was attacking medical condition that of course I had no idea. She had a medical condition I asked her if she had been drinking because you're slurring her words he told me why she was throwing her words and then tried to make it like I knew that somehow and attacked her medical care did we know going in and she had a medical condition? No, we did not hell. We possibly know that wished edit eight, nine, four, one, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, joepags Dot Com I. Welcome you now that you've heard the interview. I Want I want your take on it and carry before you even do that we talked about this during the interview with Kevin McGuinness. But let's just reiterate that twitter decided it would somehow adverse effect proud boys by making it a gay thing and of course to get his head I don't care or thought it was funny said go bananas. So what what is the actual story on from my essay gay men reclaim the label proud over the weekend taking over the twitter Hashtag and the far right Proud, boys who've been causing havoc and violence in the Pacific northwest at a Hashtag trending all weekend was not populated by hate filled messages and since president trump refused to condemn white supremacists during Tuesday's debate calls to stand by but rather with joyous photos and stories from gay men what of Gay guys took pictures of themselves making out with each other or doing very gay things then tagged themselves with Hashtag Proud Boys George. Takei tweeted with the hashtag reclaiming my shine I. Bet it would mess them up real bad. Boys founded by Vice Co founder Gavin have been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law. Center and its members have been accused of growing violence particularly around Portland at despite that the group got a seemingly positive order from the president during the debate. Proud boys stand back and standby said after moderator Chris. Wallace. Asked him to denounce them and other white supremacist groups. A members quickly rallied around the directive president trump told the boys to stand by because someone needs to deal with ANTIFA Walser we're ready organizers Joe. Biggs wrote on telegram according to NBC News. Oh whatever legislative story. Stand down whatever he said. I mean, standing by doesn't mean do something. Major standing by. And say staying down and he said by by accident to be honest with you. But at the end of the day, there was a call to action this whole idea of trying to get a call to action, which is what the caller was trying to allude to. Before the bottom of the hour last hour. Somehow he was telling them be on the ready and and it was a sign of violence she thought. You watched the debate Kerry. Did you think it was a sign of violence? Know who and said. We understand English violence would have been a get your ass in Portland start kicking. Some ass that would have been violence understand buyer stand down stand-down wherever the hell he said doesn't matter. and. Then later, he ended up condemning the boys and he's still said I still I don't really know what it is, but I condemn whatever. It's so dumb they need to say it as if that changes something carry, they've been forcing him to say things and enact a certain way and has that changed any of the minds? Do you believe of the media you'll gaggle covering him? Are they like wow now he's a great day where we want it now that's not going to happen that will never happen. No. So you're saying he can do exactly. What they're asking and it's not going to matter. Yes that is correct. The. Phone lines, I appreciate taking the time. Glenn is Oregon. Glenn, what's going on. Hi. Oh nothing just you know new listener my wife and listening to you so awesome she started me so she's very smart i. I guess she is. I marry her. Smart people but you know I'm proud of those guys I mean they actually came to Portland, which is several hundred miles away but they came to Portland and did what they said. You know they kept a calm. They kept a clean the you know no violence I think just great. Americans and that's what I gotta say about him. Then I. Hear you and from what Gavin says, that's who they are for with the left says they're a bunch of racists horrible people the left case here to back it up. You know if they could back I hear that Glen I appreciate. Thank you. If they can do that. I'm listening the IT doesn't seem like they can do it. Let me say hello to line one is going to be Robin Minnesota Roberts going on. I Rob, you're on the air. Let's go. I can hear your voices your name not. Rob Minister Rob Hello. Up At your Beck and hold San maybe check that line see where rob's doing. It clears throat the never Saturday thing you go to market Massachusetts Mark. Hi, what's What I Two things. First thing is I tried to go to the website censor dot tv your his website censored. Okay with censored DOT TV. Censored with Mindy. Okay. I didn't do that one. I also went on and I said, okay let's do the Google search because. I I. Think. So proud voice are exactly what they are just say group of guys. And I went on there and the whole first page of Google, is garbage from left. You know of course, probably the. Ski Area. Yeah I I looked I said, okay. Let me go wikipedia which Dean Williams as a racist group also and I went and then they were stupid enough to put their website down on there. and so I clicked on the website, which is official probably DOT COM and I'm not website they have who are the boys and on their you know they're talking about everything. That is what we should be worried about minimum government maximum freedom, anti political correctness, all the way down to. Glorifying the entrepreneur. And reinstating the spirit of western Chauvinism Right which is not You know it's not the same for the last twenty years but that's what they're pushing. It's tongue in cheek way to say we want her masculinity back. There's nothing wrong with being men. Ryan, they relating the the housewife, which is basically Rivera. Right, so you know all those things are you know what most people believe in I believe and an Anti Racist Anti Racist Guilt closed borders, anti-drug work, and all the. The things Americans should worry about. But anyhow, that's that's my two cents worth in markets are worth more than two cents. I appreciate you open line now it'd eight, nine, four, one, PAGS JOEPAGS DOT com we're coming right back stay here. This is the Joe pags show. Great to have you. It is the Joe Pags show eight, eight, nine, four, one, pack joepags Dot Com. The president is back at the White House. Carry. He didn't hesitate what had made a video. Not, surprised right I mean. He was gonNA. Wait. Did We? So the president, put together a video. Let me bring that to you right now. It's brand new off the press is just in the past twenty thirty minutes I this was a Mike sent me this. I, guess left Walter Reed Medical Center. And it's really something very special. The doctors, the nurses, the first responders and I learned so much about coronavirus. And one thing that's for certain don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're going to beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines all developed recently. And, you're going to beat it I. Went. I didn't feel so good. And two days ago I could have left two days ago two days ago i. felt great like better than I have in a long time I said just recently better than twenty years ago. Don't let it dominate. Don't let it take over your lives don't let that happen. We have the greatest country in the world we're going back. We're going back to work. We're going to be out front as you leader I had to do that I knew this danger to it, but I had to do it. I stood out front I lead. Nobody that's a leader would not do what I did. And I know there's a risk there's a danger but that's okay and now I'm better and maybe I'm immune I don't know. But don't let it dominate your lives get out there be careful. We have the best medicines in the world and it all happened very shortly and they're all getting approved and the vaccine succumbing momentarily. Thank you very much and Walter Reed One group of people. Thank you very much. I might hit me he said. Kerry. Say Hashtag Hashtag care trump don't care man trump. Don't care. Without Jim Mukasa started crying. With that you know. CNN Win Man Really. So I mean I, you gotTa hand it to the guy got the best medicines. I might be immune. Trust me when I say that's going to be the biggest deal he posted that. Twenty four minutes ago. It's one one point. Two million views so far. Okay. Minutes CNN. Oh, forget about it and you know the responses we're going to be how horrible is that? He tells you don't worry about it tells you live your life. He tells you let it scare you. How dare he say he might be immune that? Dan. Abacha's call it. An S. word show again. This is how I'm telling you the guy is so positive here he's seventy four years old and he dealt with this puts out that video to calm everybody down he's going to be attacked. That's the thing you calls in a moment edit eight, nine for one packs joepags. Dot. Com superbeets is great superbeets soft choose something new they have. This is the most recent product before they had the powder, which is fine. Taste pretty good. You put it in your water you put it in your fruit chews she put it in your your chocolate or your. Protein shake in the morning, get get you that boost that you want. 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LOVES BEETS, DOT COM you'll be glad you did what right now let me go to the phone lines in the meantime and say hello and welcome to line four is tracy and Ohio Tracy what's going on? Hey Joe how you doing living the dream? What's happening? I listen to First of all, I agree with trump what he said don't be afraid. I should be but I'm not I have COPD and I'm not very good. But the girl that was talking earlier and mentioned that proud boys immediately looked at up. And everything on the Internet is totally negative to them. And I believe what the Guy said in person you know what I mean. I I believe everything he said. What are you talking about how they founded they founded before Antifa was a thing they founded before trump was even running and it was going to be just a guys club and it's got every sort of shade background and ancestry. You can think of how the media somehow made us believe it was a hate group is crazy. Yeah I learned a long time ago wondering I. One of my colleagues professors said don't believe anything you read until you prove it yourself 'cause everything on the Internet I found was lies current or whatever the guy said you know what I mean. Now with you and that's how they do it put it out there enough. If the narrative is is out there enough, it'll change the narrative and then the lives will start to be believed. Let me go back at it. Taylor to Mary who is in Minneapolis Mary? What's going on? Hi. Thank. You for taking my call overall I. Feel that the problem is is a good organization I just thought I would throw something out there about Mr McGuinness's comment in the beginning about the man that was a virgin just wish that the men would realize that it's a good thing to have self control respect women have some value family values no sexual transmitted diseases possibly and perhaps sex after marriage and and still remain a virgin and beacon tint considered a masculine man. I. Think what you said is wrong at all but I do want to give you the man's perspective because I could tell by Your Voice, you appear to be a woman and the named Mary the name, the name Mary gives it away to. What he's saying is I, think more than actually doing the deed. I think what he's saying is the guy didn't care. He didn't really have the desire and as men who've got to start your own, we've got you know hormones whatever else you know at least you should want the desire at least you should be thinking about I like to get a woman and maybe you have a relationship maybe end up doing that thing he was sort of saying the kid was complacent about it and he was twenty three years old and like didn't seem to even care about that I. Think he was talking about men being men again, and maybe he was certainly a little bit. You know maybe. Without matters and how he said he was in polite maybe a conversation between a couple of men and not in mixed company like we do on the radio but you see the point though I mean what he was saying was this guy didn't appear to even have any interest in that in women and he found that to be weird and you found it to be a service of our society today when you when you format like that, that does make sense I just wish that he would have perhaps it like because the way he made it sound like he just didn't really respect women overall and that I don't think that was his intention because of the way the group is. A very good organization overall. Father of five daughters I want them to wait until they're seventy you know. Thank you. Again. I'm not putting words in his mouth I. Took it that it was a couple of guys had a talk and he was like, can you believe it twenty three year? Old Guy doesn't even have any interest in that and like no I mean, that's that's not how I was brought up. I mean certainly you find that you're attracted to the opposite sex most of us, and then you go and see if you can have a relationship. That ends up happening naturally but this kid was bag whatever I mean. That's a different thing and he was saying that it's a commentary to how society is emasculating men and feminizing men and saying masculinity somehow bad. I get where it was coming from but I also see what Mary sang in at eight nine, four, one pack joepags. Dot Com, we come back my conversation with Dinesh D Souza new book out another movie out tomorrow called trump card. We talk a lot about the media response to trump and his movie infidel here. This is tech joepags. Revenues patients across the land joepags dot com, facebook, twitter, instagram parlor. It's all right there plus the email and the live video stream. It's the JOE PAGS show. Glad to have you back. It's also a real pleasure to have to Sousa back. He's an author moviemaker. He's a great guy and a friend of mine dash how are you and doing great and thanks for being having me on again you're very welcome start with the news of the day. Obviously we've got. To get into what president trump facing president trump Kaley macaroni Chris. Christie the first lady hope Hicks. Anybody, who's anybody who's been near the president recently has covid nineteen and you would figure that. Okay. Let's put politics aside for a second we want him to get better. Let's get them and if you're on the left or you want to beat him in November, that's fine. Did you expect it to be as nasty and vitriolic as it is from the left? It's Like a they want him dead I mean they literally have said that and be ha it's your fault. We told you. So what do you think? Well, I mean if they were smart, they would have just kept quiet about it and let it be and it would have been kind of a political win for them because But the problem is they can't do that. They're like trump in the sense that they can't contain themselves and they seem to be to. Do more morning over trump's recovery than they did over route by maitre Ginsberg's death. So these guys were Kinda openly disgusted they weren't even angry at the doctors for doing a good job in getting trump back and I think what really really unnerves them as trump's resilience I mean, here's a guy in his seventies and I even expected here that that he would be out for the count for at least a week I mean remember Boris Johnson was in serious critical. And so on. The left was looking forward to that pictures of trump getting oxygen pictures of trump wanted structure instead they find the guy bounces back. He's doing somersaults. He's taking a ride on the town. He's tweeting in all caps with exclamation points all unused energy. So they are very very unnerved by this very. But this Volvo volcanic energy of this man right? It is a Susan his movie trump card is out tomorrow on DVD do do go to trump card dot com dish Susan. We're they. Yeah. Trump card the movie Dot Com trump card the movie dot Com just my website the Sousa Dot Com and the DVD will be out tomorrow and then little later this week you can download the movie and the great place to watch it as your. big-screen TV because this was a movie made for the theater for the big screen so you can watch it on a computer on the phone, but really you can watch on your big screen TV. That's the real experience. By the way there's a version of America the beautiful by by your lovely wife Debbie in this movie that just it gave me chills and I'm a musician. You know that it just it gave me chills go go from. The. Minor key to the major case. The whole thing was just so well done. I can't wait to see the movie I have it and I will watch it very soon. Trump card the movie go in and check it out. GO TO SOUSA DOT COM. I've got to mention you know what you said about the doctor plus I want to add a couple of other things, Jim Acosta the day that the present left the White House and. Went to marine one literally tweeted out like an anguish that the president didn't stop and take questions he's got covid nineteen did actually stop and taking questions they a camp trying to infect us all this guy can't win right and then the doctor comes out and just gives great information. They're complaining about the doctors attitude I'm not kidding his attitude, what it what do you think? Well, I loved it. When the doctor just goes, he's back and. All, this kind of trump's statement and I think that's what gets these guys between I've been watching a cost and stelter and it's kind of a journalistic rocks at CNN for who gets to sort of annual Nincompoop jury award point I thought stelter was a nose ahead. But from what you're saying, cost giving them a run for his money, I got to tell you jake tapper though I think. Jake tapper I think and correct me if I'm wrong, you remember when Walter Cronkite came out even if you saw it on videotape, he came out against the Vietnam War he basically said President Johnson. You've lost the country and we've got to stop this with this war now. And that was a moment where Walter cronkite went from straight journalists to I'm going to throw in my opinion because a great American and thirty million, forty, million people watch me every night jake tapper. I think tried to do this the other day with his your suffering the consequences of your failures speech. Did you see that? Make you think? Jake went to Dartmouth as I did. You know he's got the disease which is sort of self righteous sanctimony and such an unappealing equality in anyone let alone a journalist but holding oneself as a moral exemplar, it's so embarrassing and. So that's all I really have to say about it is I. think that these journalists today, they're not even a real media because of it when the founders thought of a media oppress. Out of an independent group that is captive to neither side that would apply kind of an independent or critical scrutiny will out the facts will help us do way the facts and decide what's true and what's not true. But they didn't envision a group that would be as sort of pack a wool FAC that was part of one camp and was just doing that camps bidding those covering up for its own side and attacking the other side. That's not really a media. That's the kind of political extension of the Democratic National. Committee is the Jake Tapper the guy who thinks he's the moral thermometer, the same jake tapper that. Earlier was told by Jill Biden we're not talking about his gaffes I mean, Jake, tapper brings up the gaps that Joe Biden does and he did it with a smile. He tried to make light of it and Jill Biden said we're going to go there and tapper said, yeah. But the gaps and she said, no, we're really not going to talk about that and he said Okay and then moved on to like her favorite recipe. So this is who these people are I mean they are they're completely in the bag I have never. Heard a better explanation than what you just said they're supposed to be completely disconnected from both sides just so they can report the story deductions anybody even doing anymore I mean even those that that you and I follow that we like more aren't really down the middle they might be leaning right? Is there anybody that you can think of that? It is really a down the middle I'm GonNa tell the truth guy other than you do tell the truth. Well, I think that the best journalists in the country are people like James O'Keefe. and Andy. No, and all these videography drew Hernandez and others who have been recording what's going on. So these guys who don't even do commentary, they just show you and they let you make up your own mind in some ways they're they're what's left of real journalism in this country By contrast, you look at things like be you know the CNN panel Leeann NBC I mean Msnbc was literally discombobulated by trump's recovery just kept right we refuse to believe it's true and so this is a case where the ideology is completely out of the closet and it's very difficult. For me to see that the average American can't see through it. Now, it is a dynamic of the brand new movie. Trump card is out tomorrow on DVD go to the Nash Desouza Dot Com or trump card movie dot Com or just trump card movie trump card the movie Dot Com K. Trump card the movie dot com go there it's an important movie for you to say and again you're gonNA always get the absolute historical truth from this man and that's why I love every single movie I've learned a lot just from your movies from your books and I appreciate that. I WanNa Talk I'll give you one last thing on the journalist alleged journalists I. Don't have the guy's name in front of me and he never with somebody that I knew of before. So I wouldn't have known it before but the the White House correspondent for CBS tweeted today that he actually felt safer reporting in North Korea than he at the White House. Did S. can you describe to me the the level of stupidity evect statement? Yeah. This is these are people who have come completely unhinged and. In a sense, they're responsible I think for a lot of this chaos on the street because what happened is that from the very beginning of of trump trump's election, they have tried to present trump is a sort of version of Hitler and they have they've sanctified the kind of response to trump that otherwise would be considered completely out of bounds and democratic politics. They keep saying he's addicted. He does nothing dictatorial. If he was a real dictator, he would the guy from CBS would be in prison, but we're really Mussolini CNN would not be operating out of CNN tower in Atlanta. So they keep pointing to him as a dictator even as they bash him on every platform every second of every day no dictator would allow that. Exactly. Mixture you go to the DISH SOUSA DOT COM, also go to trump card the movie dot com I'm GonNa. Give you that actual tweet is from a guy named Ben Tracy Ben Tracy. He said I felt safer reporting. North. Korea than I do currently reporting at the White House. This is just crazy. Now he's been lit up mercilessly thankfully, he should be let it lit mersal mercilessly over that is just the dumbest statement think that I've seen from alleged journalist and a very long time I. Think we're seeing a degree of journalistic malpractice unprecedented in my lifetime if not in American history A-, agree with you wholeheartedly. Dot Com or trump card the movie dot com I urge you to get this movie. So important had more people I. Think Seen Obama Twenty Sixteen I think that they probably would have had a different. Result in two thousand, twelve when you put the movie out because you prefer seeing what twenty sixty would look at America and you're prescient you're exactly right. Devos's also executive proves that movie called infidel and this movie is out of sight. I watched the movie I was I was just glued to the screen I could not move Jim Caviezel does a job acting this movie out that is amazing. It's about a Christian guy who was invited to go to the Middle East and talk about U S Middle East relations and when they get into Islam and Christianity, he dare stand up for his faith and then all hell breaks loose quite literally on him he's kidnapped held hostage I won't give away the rest of the movie but it's amazing it's a true vision. Of what happens to Christians in the Middle East and we're not really told about this much. In Hollywood, there's a moment and you and I talked about this at length a couple of weeks ago. But there's a moment in that movie that moved me because he is compassionate when I would not have been and I think we're a lot of other people expected him not to be is that a lot of the message to get across sort of the the line the compassion that Christians have no matter what they face we wanted to make a mainstream movie, a real political thriller that is ripped out of the headlines. And we wanted to make a movie that dealt with the complexity of faith and politics, and when when your fate is on the line and you have to pay the ultimate price for it, we bring out things in the movie like the Christian underground in Iran which exists, but which is very rarely if ever talked about in the mainstream press and ultimately, this is a movie also about relationships about the Christian guy is life his wife is secular. She's an unbeliever. The way she responds she's ultimately the one has to go has to go to the Middle East to save him the State Department won't help him. And it's treats Islam in a sort of critical but complex ways some of the critics I expected this to be as Lommel big. All the Christians are great. All the Muslims are horrible, but it's not that kind of movie. It's a movie that like real life has shades of. White shades also blackened of gray. A lot of are Muslims in the movie are actually helping or attempting to help the Guy get to safety, and again I won't give away the end of it, but it is really a dynamite moving the way that will be started not allow much input you add on how it started that opening scene is just breathtaking. It is the National Sousa going checkout trump card beating socials, and corruption in the deep state. It's his new movie it's on DVD starting tomorrow trump card movie, Dot com, or. Dot Com I saw your commentary on Joni Ernst incumbent in Iowa she's running against Sony Grass Field Greenfield. What is her name I forget if it was Greenfield at Democrat and this was they were debating. Joni Ernst says the incumbent and remarkably I think. Theresa. Greenfield was expecting the usual Republican namby-pamby as in from Joni Ernst who's considered to be a moderate in the Republican Party and yet. Ernst. Full savage on her. Talking about her bankruptcies and all the people who sued our company and the felonies that are behind her and her campaign, and you could literally see greenfield melting on the screen because she's so flummoxed and flabbergasted usually the dens the left does this to us all the time they attack a motives were racist for homophobes and they try to say that people should not listen to our arguments we because we are just bad people they do not shy away from the Ad Hominem argument but he always a case of Joni Ernst and I think learning from trump. These are Republicans who are learning from trump, how to fight and The need to give the left a taste of its own medicine it is you could not have said it better because that's happening in Minnesota with with Jason Lewis as he goes against Smith Whatever Tina Smith It's also situation that you saw Ted Cruz the other night with Chris Cuomo did you see that back and forth I saw some of it? Yes. So so Ted Cruz brings up Andrew Cuomo who's the governor of the State and Chris Cuomo says, oh. Do you want to attack our families like what are you? Stupid? He's the governor of the state you have to be able to talk about that but. You nail this on that video that you put out earlier I think I retweeted it. The bottom line is the Democrats are used to the Republicans backing off when you say racist, that's my family. I'm a woman I'm black when you say those things were keywords. Triggering the Republican to shut their mouths they're not anymore. This is very important and it's very important for Mike Pence to remember for the debate coming up with Comma. Harris. Because of course, under normal circumstances, you cannot put up a kind of white bread male Republican against black female. She will make mincemeat of him because she just pulls out the race card and the gender card and then Bam Bam Bam and pretty soon the Republican is under the table and Mike Pence of. Course is a gentleman, but the truth of it is he's got to realize that this is not the time ultimately to play dead, but it is time to be. He can be calm and methodical in the way that he is, but he can also be very firm and I think what we're learning from trump is that if you fight back even against the press, Reagan was above the heads of the media but trump. is in the fray, he marches at them, and you notice that when he went, he comes forward, they start running. So this is something that pens needs to keep in mind for the debate with Kamala Harris, he can do very well if he's not going to be a wimp a credible advice while he's a very soft spoken guy, hopefully, he will not be win but I don't think he is it is the next. Isuzu Goto trump card the movie dot COM get this DVD. So important for you and the family to go and watch because you're going to get true history and you're gonNA find out about how bad socialism is corruption in the deep state do exist and it's going to be exposed. Also see infidel because it's an amazing movie best movie I've seen probably in the last ten years and anything this guy does on tour visa. If. Debbie is singing or doing a book or producing a movie make sure you check it out. Didn't actually I can't thank you enough. I really can't wait to watch this movie. Awesome Rail Pleasure. Thank you joe or back after this Joe pags show stay right here. Take. joepags hill. You guys smile. You know you could. and. 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Thomas Cook, John Cook, and the Rise of the Tourism Industry

Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Thomas Cook, John Cook, and the Rise of the Tourism Industry

"Hey listeners i wanna tell you about eight podcast called creature feature creature feature is a comedy podcast all about exploring the hilarious wacky in downright weird world of human and animal behavior season two of creature feature after the answer is important questions like conducts feel jealousy why do some people believe they can transform into other animals and is this where the idea of aware will come from how do animals uniquely adopt a living in human centric areas like cities if you love a good laugh and how hunger for knowledge and you'll fall had ever tales were creature feature listen and subscribe at apple podcasts on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcast stuff you missed in history class a production of iheartradio's how stuff works hello and welcome to the podcast i'm holly fry at i'm tracy v well ben tracy we have been traveling a lot lately i've been traveling a whole bunch and because of that i just started thinking particularly when we're on a trip to paris which was booked a as a package about how package travel because like i i often found myself marveling at the people who managed are trip through defined destinations were just handling the needs of fifty people who all had deferring desires an internal clocks in whatnot as we wandered around in a foreign country and sometimes people got lost and they always managed to find them and i was just i marvel at the whole concept so that made me start to think about how this whole thing began in a as i dug it did not take very long to find the person that most people point to and say this is the person who started it but i was surprised because the man most often referenced as the father of the modern travel industry was inspired not by some deep seated you've earned to go out and explore the world but it was more a inspired by his support of the temperance movement in his deeply held religious beliefs so today we're talking about thomas cook but we're also talking about his son john mason cook a modern travelers in the uk in particular are probably well acquainted with the cook name is now the name of one of the largest travel agencies in the world if not be largest but their family were really pioneers of this idea of a travel agency to manage tourist holidays and put together packages can be sold for all love your needs to be attended to these buyer one thing and then it's taken care of yeah i didn't start that way that happened incrementally before i got to the buyer one thing idea but it really you do see the progression of how this concept started and how now it it started to add on different pieces until it became packaged travel thomas cook was born on november twenty second eighteen eight in darby sir england as parents john and elizabeth cook were very poor and john worked is labor died when thomas was just four years old elisabeth remarried to james smith third not long after john's debt thomas's formal education was rather brief he attended school only until the age of ten and at that point he started working as helper to an estate gardner and he works in that position for four years at which point he became a cabinet tree apprentice under his uncle john peg when young thomas became an apprentice he also switched religious nominations up until the age of fourteen thomas had attended tended a methodist sunday school and i was intended to offer a little bit of a supplemental education since he had to go to work fulltime to help the family and common pattern sunday schools in england during this time were intended to offer children a small amount of ongoing ongoing education after they were required to join the workforce yeah very different i think from what we might think of as sunday school today not as much i mean certainly there was really just a study involved but it was also literally like sort of a standard education that was getting a conveyed but he had been attending methodist sunday school for four years at fourteen thomas started attending a baptist sunday school john paying his a new person leaves the printing sing under was a baptist so that may have had some influence in the switch but thomas's mother also want it her son did change churches it appears the thomas with very diligent in his studies at the new school and he eventually started teaching there he was eventually named aimed at superintendent he hadn't been baptized yet though that didn't happen until february of eighteen twenty six when he was seventeen yeah that kind of ties into that idea that sunday school is not the way we would think of sunday school in modern america free sample it really what's not quite the same deal in i only know catechism which is different than other religions sunday school so i'm sure i have a very different concept album thing works a cooks religious devotion eventually eventually supplanted his work in cabinetry after five years as his uncle's apprentice he left that job behind to become a missionary in his new job consisted of traveling from town to town in rural england in each town he would distribute literature give sermons wins an set up a sunday school there he got paid thirty six pounds annually for the job in that amount was throttled back as he started to recede aid from the people but he ministered to while traveling with his work the twenty year old cook met a young woman named mary and mason another sunday schoolteacher who is a year older then thomas thomas marianne were sweethearts for four years before they got married on march second eighteen thirty three that's another thing that made me chuckle in some of the a biographical write ups of him people will talk about what a long court ship that was worth again in the modern era not so much not only did thomas's bachelors status change to that husband in eighteen thirty three he also changed jobs he returned carpentry his job as a missionary had ended because the church could no longer fund his salary so he moved with marianne to market harbor and opened up a shop on january thirteenth eighteen thirty four they welcomed us son john mason cook in eighteen thirty five had another child named henry but the second son died while still a baby they didn't have any more children until the mid eighteen forty when their daughter any was born in eighteen thirty six the cooks took a strong stand for temperance they felt that liquor what's causing all manner of social problems problems this is a pretty popularly circulated idea at the time and they decided that they wanted to leads by example in their own live so they both signed a pledge of temperance and they also vowed that no one who worked for them would have access the the alcohol well on their property but thomas was not contend to do just that he started really throwing his time and his efforts into promoting temperance in the latter half of the eighteen thirties cook reached back to his preaching days at this time he started the preached preached the importance of temperance and the dangers of alcohol he wrote and distributed pamphlets with these same messages he also started setting up recreational events that were alcoholfree they were social gatherings called rational recreation worthy activities pivot he's were wholesome and the hardest liquid served with ginger beer you also founded up periodical copy children's temperance magazine in eighteen forty and it was cooks temperance efforts in his desire to put together activities that would offer fun and socializing socializing without alcohol that led him to start setting up travel activities in june of eighteen forty one while he was walking to the temperance meeting in leicester near his home he had a bolt of inspiration he realized that developments in transportation inspiration that had been part of the industrial revolution and in particular railroads could be used to spread the word about temperance further than ever before you walk into a meeting in leicester when he had this idea and when he got there cook outlined plans attendees he pitched the plan that they would hire a train specifically to get their members to another meeting farther away the next month everybody thought this is a great idea so he reached out to the middle and railway tried makes me arrangements and they were completely open to it so on july fifth of eighteen forty one just a month after he had his idea thomas led a group of five hundred members of the temperance movement on a trip with the train ride from lester till offer to attend a meeting in a lecture there in each hindi pay the schilling for the trip that was arranged by cook and this trip was very very smoothly and its success lead cook to plan for more i just wanna say five hundred people a lot of people a lot of people i mentioned at the top of the show how i marveled mold at managing fifty people on a trip five hundred seems but no one is to bolster the whole enterprise cook want it to be in a bigger city have greater access to travel resources so to that end he and his family moved till after the temperance and baptist community there was a much larger and he was also able to expand his business with a ninety using these businesses to promote temperance he started printing temperance literature in his own print shop an he also opened up bookstore to sell that literature in printed in sold guidebooks and almanacs through the system next he opens to temperance hotels the first in darby managed by his mother elisabeth and his wife marianne manish the second which was in leicester coming up we'll talk about how thomas transition from wrangling groups of temperance supporters to managing travel at the business but first will pause for sponsor break geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects this is brian bruno live on the scene of a recent windstorm here to describe the event the chest of drawers there's a storm howling outside so i thought i'd stay in and watch a rom com five minutes into the flick a tree branch slams through the window where you hurt i just gotta scratch scratch on my chest your chest of drawers can't help you in a windstorm but the guy go insurance agency can help you get covered for personal property damage call geico to see how affordable homeowners insurance can be thomas cook had since that first round trip from lester till affreux in eighteen forty one continued to arrange trips were temperance supporters to attend meetings and share their ideology throughout england but in eighteen forty five he decided to actually make a business out of it running tours for profit he had a really good network of contacts within the railways at this point and he had already made a name for himself as inefficient trustworthy organizer of group excursions so starting this enterprise from a very strong position cooks first for profit itenerary went to deliver pool with starting points for travelers at lester darby nottingham this included excursions canarian in a hike up mount snowden he was conscious of the fact but even on his previous temperance oriented trips for a lot of people traveling it was a really new experience and to that end he produced the handbook for the three hundred fifty people on this liverpool tour offering them both practical advice ending courage meant to abstain from drink while enjoying the journey this handbook was the first of many he assembled denver olive is tours after this point first class tickets cost fifteen shillings in second class is ten shillings travelers could also opt into a fever kreis north wales for an additional fee the little little tour was far more ambitious project than any of thomas cooks temperance trips had been but it went so well the cook start at just set his sights on expanding to new new destinations and he decided after he had done some of these liverpool trips the next excursion he wanted the offer would go scotland scotland to her was scheduled for the summer of eighteen forty six and it was thomas cook first real flop since he started planning group travel the several hundred people who had booked had been told that they would be able to disembark from the train they were on when it made stops along the way of the coast and there they were going to board a steamer to scotland but it turned out that train passengers were not allowed to get off and on it stops the train also didn't have bathrooms and it didn't offer food service so by the time you got to the coast they were already miserable the next leg of the trip was aboard the steamer are drops in which was also a problem cook had booked more people then there were cabins there appears to have been a miscommunication between him and the steamer a so some of the group had the hang out on the deck an they got drenched in a storm came along while they made this crossing but once the group arrived in scotland they were warmly welcomed with marching bands and other fanfare and from that point it seems to have gone okay reviews of this tour were unsurprisingly unkind part of the criticism with thomas cooks unrelenting devotion to the temperance prints which he preached all his tour group this summer of problems caused a temporary halt tickets travel business he was also seeing new competitors emerge and the publishing markets some of whom were printing books and pamphlets on temperance as well yeah so he had he had kind of planned on this this travel thing going well and it starting well and then wasn't and then this other area of the market he had corner with suddenly having some competitors and he just kind of needed to regroup so he slowly rebuild his business over the next couple of years in eighteen forty eight he was once again up and running with this tours publishing answers temperance hotels the next couple of years after that he launched successful tours to scotland and ireland and the opportunity presented itself to cook in the form of the great exposition of eighteen fifty one which has made numerous appearances on the podcast over the years cookbooks travel arrangements for more than a hundred and fifty thousand people together the great exposition to bolster its travel business he also also started publishing the periodical slash travel catalog cooks exhibition herald and excursion advertiser this effort to create exposition tours was incidentally made at the urging of previous podcast subject and crystal palace architects they're joseph paxton who hoped that cook would make it possible for the workers outside of london to see the hall paxton remained a supporter of cooks work long after they exposition and cooks exhibition herald was later published under the name cooks excursion version is an after the great expo thomas cook built his offerings up to meet new levels of demand because he had become very well known all planning all of those trips he started offering an assortment of trips the travelers could choose from throughout england ireland wales deals in scotland these were not we should note all inclusive tours cooks agency books travel an outline die tenor aries provided guidebooks but tourists were responsible for booking their own lodging am getting their own food and his travel business grew thomas cook ceased operation of his printing efforts so that he could focus more on tourism he's still printed guidebooks but he wasn't running his own print shop after a decade of growth and expansion within his established routes cook expanded his offerings to a wider lighter range of destinations on the european continent this was in part because of tourism scotland ran into a problem which is the third rail companies in scotland stopped offering him discounted group rates for the trains and so to expand into this new phase business cook did two things first open another office in london similar to the reasons he moved to a lesser this shift to london offered greater resources in more access to a wider clientele and second he started creating more comprehensive bookings ones that did include lodging in meals as well is railroad travel channel crossings in eighteen fifty five thomas cook mounted his first european continental tour to coincide with another exposition this time the expert when you're in a for sale in paris this trip hit a lot of other spots before landing at the expo though from england the group traveled to antwerp brussels cologne heidelberg strasburg before finishing in paris in addition to booking the trip there's a comprehensive package he also offered a currency exchange service to his travelers at this point he was offering literally like full service travel by the fall of eighteen sixty three cookbook traveled to switzerland for an estimated five hundred tourists santa france were about two thousand the rapid growth of his expanded offerings led to cook being nicknamed the napoleon of excursions and before long cooks tour became synonymous with guided tourist experiences in eighteen sixty five the business shifted once again this time because cooks son john mason cook started working for the firm fulltime over the next six years john helped his father expand the company significantly so the by eighteen seventy one there were three offices for the firm in england each with a full staff john wick made partner that year and the fern became thomas cook and son john had been highly instrumental in getting cooks company booking travel across the atlantic and he had streamlined at the way the business rans make everything more efficient but even john had been really reelected step into the role of partner after the popularity of thomas cook and sons offering for travel to france in switzerland the firms started offering tours to italy is well as we mentioned john helped get it across the atlantic pick so united states itinerary with student made available and then they offer trips to egypt and israel at as cooks travel agency entered the eighteen seventies he was as always thinking bigger in terms of where he could go they advertisements the company at this point read cooks ticket brings the world to you and thomas cook seemed really intense on delivering on that promise with this attitude led him to offer the first ever round the world tourist itenerary it was ambitious cook with driven by his religious faith just as much as any business ambition he wanted to continue to share his religious views and show people the world simultaneously believing but in doing so he would help promote global peace to that end he traveled along with his clients on the company's first round the world excursion which ran from eighteen seventy two eighteen seventy three it took two hundred twenty two days in his being there with possible in part because he had john to manage the offices back home but despite trusting john to handle a lot of the business thomas and his son had problems and we're gonna get into that after we take a break in here from one of the sponsors they keep stuff you missed in history class going this episode is brought to you by cox we contour tv from cox you could find all your favorites all in one place at this thing you do you bet at what about that netflix cursing netflix to end all those superhero movies contour has all the latest titles on demand my grandkids kids love that being green guy i prefer the one with the hammer myself okay i think we're done here now get all your favorite shows and movies right on contour tv from cox thomas and john cook did not always agree on how their business should run even though john with made a partner and this ultimately caused serious problems there are i read some historians that suggested the like the two of them had such different approaches that they would have been terribly complimentary if it weren't for the fact they were continuously butting heads so while thomas was shepherding that first world tour for example john settled firms main offices in new fancier and more expensive location when thomas returned the travel agency started a business partnership with american partner in that turned disastrous be ideal combining their efforts with a business interest on the other side of the atlantic who's going to bolster travel bookings from north america to europe and vice versa but that did not work out over the next several years thomas in john are increasingly at odds and the uss partnership fell apart which added even more strange the relationship even if they successfully moved onto new ventures including offering cruises they didn't seem to celebrate as much as they seem to argue and the main issue between members that they just felt completely differently as i said about how their business should run thomas always dreamed big in terms of trips but he wasn't especially concerned with turning huge profits as long as they were making some profit he basically seem to just one enough to provide for his family and then donate pretty generously to the various charities he supported it john on the other hand envisioned much grander things he really believed it they could be much more financially lucrative any thought that his father's approached a business was too soft and inefficient and that his father was a little bit of a billy dreamer a additionally only john one at thomas to keep his religious and temperance views out of their tours and maintain those interests as personal matters not business this strike between thomas and john wasn't exactly knew it had basically been there ever since john with young there were the time is a very young man just out of school when john had worked in thomas's print shop in had worked on some detours but the two of them had butted heads so often that john left to work for a railway company even when john returned to work for his father in eighteen sixty five had been because we had a wife and a child support not because the two of them actually wanted to work together things eventually came to a head in eighteen seventy eight and father and son headache massive fight be end results although we don't have details on how exactly this decision was reached with the thomas removed himself from the business entirely he moved fulltime back till lester where he built a large house and he just lead john run things as he wished but their relationship and ship was damaged beyond repair as the firm was transitioning and leadership from father to son john established a new department at the firm foreign banking in money exchange and then so rude this division the company start issuing credit notes for travelers which evolved into traveler's checks just proved to be a very lucrative enterprise that makes traveler's checks older than i imagined yeah i think they were first calling them circular checks a and yeah they eventually set this up again john i mean was very smart about business and his father was very smart about putting together compelling tours in if they could have just said living in harmony they probably could have done even more amazing things and they did john also start in selecting new destinations for the firm including india in new zealand and australia and new zealand and australia tours made plenty of money india not so much a john also negotiated government contracts were thomas cooking son so when england center forced to relieve major general charles george gordon who had become embroiled in a conflict with the body of sudan in the city of cartoon against the government's wishes that trip was managed by thomas cook and son incidentally suddenly that relief effort a arrived to late gordon stronghold had fallen in he had already been killed that is a whole other potential podcast episode under john mason cook the farm also transported indian royalty to london to celebrate the queen's to she believes and what seemed initially like a move his father would have made john also assisted in the transport of muslim pilgrims mecca eventually though even though this is part of a mission initialized by the british government's india office cooks bears were to high that deal ended thomas in his wife marianne living in his retirement during which he was getting a pension from his son with their daughter amy who had never married in two years after they moved into the house it was called throwing kroft that was that large house at thomas had built in leicester there is a tragic loss when he died in her bath tub the gas fumes from a new heater were determined to have been the cause and thomas his wife marianne died four years later in eighteen eighty four thomas cook continues life quietly any outside of the company he continued to travel and to work with the church and the temperance movement he did eventually looses site in eighteen ninety one thomas cook and sons celebrated the company silver jubilee thomas did not attend although it is unknown and whether that was his choice perhaps because his health is not great or because his son did not want him there the firms celebrated their men success without their founder at that point the company had eighty four offices in more than twenty five hundred employees and the next in line to run things were john's three sons although john continued had things up for a while and he even expanded the company once again to include a fleet of steamers that offered nile river cruises john did make a move that seemed a little bit more like something his father would have done when he paid for a hospital to be built in egypt year after the company's celebration thomas died that was on july eighteenth eighteen ninety two he had had a stroke he was buried in leicester on july twenty second as a bitch wary in the times referred to him and john and as the julius and augusta caesar of travel thomas's will was at odds with his existing worse at the time of his death his estate was worth roughly twenty five hundred pounds but be amount and he queasy in his will lose four thousand two hundred twenty five pounds sounds which is left some historians puzzling over what exactly happened to the great fortune that he had made and while he was very generous throughout his life believing that it was his duty as a religious man to help others in need for example he had arranged everything from soup kitchens jim's to the building of cottages for the pour over the years a there is still a lot of puzzling over how exactly he ended up with so little john didn't even break stride in terms of business after his father died he had become very much a social climber and whenever any royalty books travel with the firm he personally escorted them during their journey when the first modern olympic games took place in athens in eighteen ninety six john made sure the cook firm what's their travel partner in eighteen ninety eight while escorting kaiser ville helm the second on a trip to the holy land john cook became ill most likely would dysentery john returned home he continued to be on welfare several months leading up to his death on march six eighteen ninetynine johnson johnson frank earnest and bert took over the travel agency in its many offices and the company continue to flourish they kept printing be excursion ist although the name was changed to travelers 'cause that in nineteen nineteen they became the first uk travel agent to offer air bookings thomas cooks grandson sold the business in nineteen twenty eight to eight belgian firm worth three point five million pounds and the cooks darted still exists under the name thomas cook although in recent times it has had some struggles in may of this year which is twenty nineteen the guardian reported the company lost one point five billion euros due to break the uncertainty people were canceling trips because they didn't know what's going to happen next and then a few weeks later reports hitting the news the folks in international that's the chinese conglomerate then owns club med with interested in purchasing the company and the company was talking with them still a june eighteenth article in travel weekly announced plans to the thomas cook company to open to new hotels tells in egypt an the day before we recorded this but a little while before you will hear it they announced their move of their digital marketing office to manchester from london and new efforts to market their airline division so regardless of what happens happens next with the company that bears his name is really thomas cook that set the stage for the industry of tourism as we know it today whenever he selected a destination as an offering it became a standard vacation spot for his clients in this way he planted the seeds of this industry which now drives economies of many countries and many individual places within countries yeah it's really fascinating is think about like he would basically say like i think we should start going switzerland and people would start going to switzerland and then towns then he went to in switzerland 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Amelia Santaniello - The Power Trip After Party

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I didn't october in zach. Had it really bad. What was it. July or august late august early september. So zach hospitalized. Zach was in big trouble right. We did a story. Does that was a big star. He was making the media circles because of his covert high. It was great for ratings. Wow how are you feeling. Do you have fight. Did you lose chasing. Smell to or i didn't i was more nausea. And then the whole not being able to breathe thing wasn't fun and then heart rate issues and everything but now i'm back hundred percent now so very very much better. Show cova drill right. yeah sharna gene. Well he got a lot of money on a gofundme me account so we still think he may have been doing for the cash. He actually bought this podcast studio. Oh boy well. that's the way. Go money how get sick like that. Jeez oh man house they Go in there with rosie. We never we obviously miss rosie. We invited him to stay for the said he was busy. He's literally sitting in the hall. Surprise me at all okay does not surprise me a million one of the things that we like to do in the reason we have. We're having you on the phone on the after party. Podcast is because we can kind of go down different roads and we're not so obviously under restriction commercial breaks and this that and the other so i want to get to know you a little better. We're gonna ask you some questions and maybe you don't get to answer all the time. Okay okay. I legitimately because i didn't do any research because that's the kind of guy i'd rather just be real on the radio. Okay where are you from. Where'd you grow up in high school and all that jazz Well where am i from. I would say that. My father was an air force. So i would say pennsylvania but didn't move there until my sophomore year in high school in northeast pennsylvania because he was in the air and my mother's from japan so we traveled everywhere. We you know. I was in japan. We moved to texas we I was born in alexandria. Virginia and then my sophomore year. My father retired and wait. I went to north pocono high school there. And there's a college called mary. What university which is a lot like saint cates used to be an all girls school and then About a year. Before i went there at turn coed. So yeah and then got into the business and have been pretty much use mostly east coast and then came out here. It's like it'll be twenty five years. This may wow okay. Obviously what were the steps. You stopped him before he got here. i was in washington dc. I was in. I was in every twitter training program there. Actually i trained in. Angela davis who is now at npr but she was casey p. and at the vcr. So we've been friends for many many years i went to elmira. New york was my first on air job. i was the morning anchor. there and Had a lot of a lot of fun. A really small marker right. So i had to come in in the morning. I had to run the prompter with my foot. I had to do weather. And when i got moved up two weekends i had to do weather on the weekends. So when elvira then i went to scranton and hartford connecticut. And then i came out here so when you are a quote army brat and you're all over the place right moving all the time. Do you think that made it easier to be willing to kind of to jump careers because man. That's that's a lot of moving in your childhood and in your adult life. You know what i absolutely think. It is Made it easy to acclimate. You know 'cause when moving like that where my father was an air force you know you have to kind of acclimate and get used to meeting new people and adjusting and all that and i think that really kind of prepared me for the not prepared me but i was able to do all that because there was something is used to. By the time i got to minnesota. Though i was at that point i was just ready to settle down. And you know i want and in fact when they interviewed me. That's why i said. I said i'm just tired of moving around. I just kind of want stability was tv and media your first choice when you were growing up. Is that something you always wanted to do. No i wanted to be a teacher. That's what i wanted to do. But i kind of look at it as i am so if a teacher right people what's going on in the world and in their neighborhood and interstate so yeah but i always wanted to be a teacher. The only thing i know about the you mentioned the poconos in pennsylvania. The only i know about it is from looking at it on the television watching nascar races but seems like a beautiful part of the country Yeah you know what it is really. It's pretty it's gorgeous right the foliage and all that it you know four seasons it's sort of its fight minnesota. You know we got the four seasons out there pretty Not as long winters. So that i was not prepared for that when i moved here many years ago for the long winters length of winter. Right 'cause once. When i was ninety seven so ninety six so october to may that year it was snow constant and i didn't take i didn't get out of town which everybody said you need to get out of town at least once during the winter you mentioned also one of your stopovers was in scranton. Where did that place it in regards to the office right there right there because you know what i was in the poconos well moscow. I guess you would call from moscow. That's where my mother lives now Those fifteen minutes grant and my father was born and raised in scranton. Did he know that you see those are shot down yet. The downtown scranton. Sure so did. Did your dad know bob. Vance from vance refrigeration. Their big buddy. So i don't know how to ask this delicately but the sauce i have limited time. We have to get out of here in a second. But hawkins zach. Continue this interview but went when sauce and i have to make sure i get this out of the way because yesterday. We had chris schaffer on this berry. Podcast and gosh love chris. Yeah we don't care for our interview about a minute and a half let me. i'll ask it as delicately as they possibly can but when you when you are married to your co worker and you work five six and ten for as long as you guys have how. How do you date like. How do you have ever have like a night to yourselves when you're always working and you're always together you know what It's really hard. I'm gonna be honest are and especially. We have three kids right now. The to will be leaving in the fall. So it's just going to be the two of us so really. Our life has been for many many years. The kids right and work so on the weekends were with the kids and then during the week where with each other with work but we try every once in a while to get away and get to know each other again. I mean honestly i i know that sounds kind of crazy. 'cause we worked together and you think that but since it's so much revolves around work and the children and all that a lot of times you forget about the personal the each other so yeah and then we have a cabin. You know we've We've done that now. The kids are old enough and plus ones away at school where we've gone like just the two of us just go up there And night or something are saturdays. You know and kind of hang out. What was your first impression of. Mark rosen when you met him. How can you not love rosie. I love rosie. I do my first impression of him. he's always so welcoming really to everybody. You know maybe not to. You guys absolutely was on a related question though. What was your first impression of frank vessel era when you met him. Oh well you know funny because a lot of people were telling me about like. Have you seen the new guy that time we worked at care like have you seen the new guy. Have you checked him out. And i didn't know what they're talking about. And we had. Because i had seen him because he's in the mornings and evenings so i never saw the morning you know and we had a. It was a fundraiser. We used to do the tv stations women. We would hold this fundraiser. Go everybody would get together. Tv stations radio station. You know we had a band playing and all that So he went to that. My was kept dragging. She said he had to go. You have to go. He's going to be there. Until when i saw him in person i was like. Oh my gosh. Wow i'm going to be honest. I did start thinking. I 'cause cj wrote about him remember. He did gossip columnist when he was in town so she wrote about him. Then i started thinking hold on now. Why isn't he married. I was like oh you know what i bet. He's gay so. I did think that approach. Well actually. He had sent one of his friends over to approach me. Ooh yeah yeah. Yeah well i know this sounds crazy. I've never 'cause. I dated for at that point. I was thirty one. Or whatever when i met at third two. You know so. I dated a lot. The first time i thought i could marry this guy kidding. Can i ask you a follow. Of course on that yeah. Is he gay. That was the an unbelievable run for years have always been together. Frank was just for optic rosie were secretly in love. That's right we are breaking man that we're going story rosy but no i am not gay so who's rose neither one of them okay. I didn't expect it to way with humira. i appreciate it. Who's choice to work together. What was it like the bosses are like you guys have to do this or did you. Obviously as husband and wife or maybe you weren't even husband and wife at the time. Were like yeah. Let's do this together. Some trepidation on. Yeah right oh my gosh. There's absolutely trepidation. On my part. I i was like i. I do not want to see you. Twenty four seven. And then i'm like you know what i want. Some actually some security in a sense right is there any security gets at least you're one station. I'm at another station. Something happens one of it'll be working. They're not going to boot two of us at the same time. Right right but I there was huge reputation. On my part he had quit Care eleven and they approached the news. Director at the time was dear friend of mine but He's like listen we would love. We'd like to. We think this would work out. We'll do what do you think working with your husband you know. Do you think he would go for it. And all that. And i'm like i don't know and haven't told them the same thing i'm like i don't know if i want to. I don't know if i want to work with my husband. You know but it actually. I had to tell you it. It is one of the best things He has my back like nobody else right. And listen and i loved working with don shelby. But i think there's something about there's a level of trust there between the two of us that you can't create outside right so he will tell me if something's going on or he thinks that i may be was will all although why am i saying that it's not me it's usually him. You know what i mean like. I honestly tell him. Hey you know. Abc this is that maybe somebody else's co-anchor wouldn't tell him would hesitate to town. So there is a level of trust there that i i really enjoy and it was tossing the beginning. 'cause we were together we have to were married but we have to totally different working personalities or was now was it intimidating working with don shelby and starting out with him and obviously he was. He was a legend in the twin cities media world war. Was that like you know what it was. But i loved on. I love john Will tell you a story. I loved on. So when i got there guys. I didn't think i didn't think that i was going to be anchored the fi. I agreed to five six ten. Honestly when i got there it was like listen. You're targeting the weekends the noon. We don't know what show Because at that time they had anchors within their for years. I'm talking like ten twenty years. Whatever you know. So i had no thoughts of going moving into that position but then one by one they left so within a year of me being there so And i was thirty. Thirty one then right And i remember don. I felt like don was not. He was kind of being strange. I thought in my head. So i did confront him ahead of which would intimidating itself. Because here's a man who's been there for. You know how long thirty years. But i said i i need to talk to you. We need to go for coffee. And then i need to ask you something and i'm like why do you not respect me. What is going on. And he's like you're crazy but he says he'll bring it up to this day. 'cause remember when you took me out for coffee and try to direct me down but you know what he was very. He was nurturing. And all that i do miss him. I miss him. It was intimidating and like you said though because he came with history. And you know you just you said something about. You weren't expecting to do the five six and ten. That is a lot of work. And i would guess that people understand that it is a lot of work but i know you don't show up five minutes before you go on your now given a giant amount of your life away to the television. Is there any regret that you know what i don't say there's regret in it It all seemed to work out right. I'm for for me and for frank and for our family. It actually worked if it ever. If i felt like it wasn't working out. I would have left. In fact there was a point when i had three kids and they were entering high school. Because i think in high school they really need you probably even more when than when their kids right because there's so much of that emotional aspect of high school and all that stuff that's going on and i remember one time saying to them. Listen i'm thinking about you know not working and you know this in that your father will continue. I think about going that way honestly. I'm not even kidding. You go why. Why and i said well because i want to be with you or want to be at home you know. I wanna be accessible and now like mom. You're with us all the time because you know we really try to make it to be a volunteer their schools and do all that all the time too. So that made me feel a little bit better but i know. I don't know if i have any honestly. I don't think i have any regrets. That's one of what a what a gift from your kids to you to give you that. Right i mean a honestly i. I know that from getting up in the morning at three o'clock in the morning. I go to bed early a lot so i always felt like man. I'm not here to watch whatever show abigail wants to watch at night. You know Yeah i mean that's the biggest thing right. I mean that's the biggest concern for me. Might not my family comes first and is that lacking in any way and listen and we had help at one point you. Frank's mother moved here. God bless her and so we always had her nana was here and would come here and make dinner. So i like and we did have a nanny so there were parts of that. I mean we had ever changing schedules to because frank was mornings at one point in the evening and that i was just doing the six and you know sit all seem to kind of work out and you adjust but if i ever felt like my kids were lacking in any way i would have made a change. You know when. I ask you go back to two thousand and seven pretty frank was what about a year or so in to His time at wc. Oh with you and six o'clock news. August first two thousand seven and everything sort of change. You had a whole news. Casts ready to go and then about midway through. The news breaks that The thirty five w bridge collapsed. What was that life from a live breaking news television perspective. I mean at that time it was it was crazy. It was probably one of the biggest stories that we had done. I remember we're sitting. There were The studio in the newsroom. That studio still lives there in the news. And you can kind of hear the scanners and before we went on the air you can hear people sorta chatting. Something's going down. We don't know not sure. And then we heard the bridge collapse. A bridge collapsed is what we heard and i think in my head. Oh it's probably some side bridge you know on an old country road or something you know because it was just like a bridge. A bridge collapsed and then it started turning into no. It's thirty five w. boy dot com so it was so strange it was surreal to think of a bridge collapsing. You know and i'll be honest. I thought god bless those people who lose their lives and those families you know lost loved ones but i thought they were going to be so many more casualties so many more. I mean the thought of that. You know So that was pretty intense. Was that leads me to another question about what you do as well. I'm it must be to report the news the way you do. You go from terrible tragedy to extremely serious some sometimes some silly stuff you have banter back and forth. It must be hard to measure as where does the sounds the. Look on your face. Because i know how hypercritical people are of everything that you guys on television news. Do i gotta believe that's something you have to think about a lot in my right. you know. that's money that yasser question. I don't know. I think when you're when you're looking at a news catch and you're like okay. I'm going to go. And a lot of times the producers. Say amelia or frank or whoever's reading this you know remember your next dory is not. It is a lighter story coming out of a really serious story. Or if you're coming out of the story going into a serious story now remember the next one so don't be you know yukking it up. I think that's when i think about it. You know But i i know the sean is kinda strange. I think i kind of just react the way i would. I just do what i do. Just you know As far as facial expressions. That's the only time where. I'm a little more careful if we're if i know that we have a serious story for some reason we have like a lighter moment before which is rare honestly. It's rare hard not to take work home with you win especially lately but all the time. Let's face it reporting. The news isn't always the easiest thing to do. Do you have a hard time. Not taking it home with you. How do you not get way down by the heaviness of it. All you know i. I'm telling you it is hard. Especially lately i can especially the past year right. 'cause i will go down that rabbit hole. I mean i'll go down an aisle from after work. Come home and then. Just start reading articles in just spinning. You know and. I think it's really difficult. I had to force myself after last year to sorta step away for for awhile from all of that. You know 'cause you do. I think mentally it can be really really draining. It can be draining. I can only when i come home. So what i'll do. Maybe throw on some you know net flicks shows anything like watch the off. It's a little bit anything to kind of you. Know those Those comedies where you can just kinda tune in tune out and just kind of you know. Take away from that and decompressed the atmosphere. Wc oh you know. Not only because obviously you frank american if a family atmosphere there but it just feels like you know when people a start working at the cca. Join about ninety six right. Is that correct. And so you've been there forever. Rosie obviously was there forever. What is it about that place that keeps people around and keeps people there for for decades. You know. I think it's so strange. It's really when i first started working there. I couldn't believe that I had gone for three interviews at different places at the same time so it was. Wto philadelphia in atlanta and atlanta. And he offered me a job. I told c. c. o. Because why i love the city. I love the state I it's the weirdest thing about like home. The people there could not have been nicer. And it's always been that way we've had one or two rotten apples and they they've left you tell right away. It's not gonna work out you know because an personally they were just weren't great people but everybody is they're very welcoming and i don't know what the culture has kind of been like that and those who on that way they just sort of weed themselves out and it always worked and i think it's because it's been like that from and i don't want to answer i think something like that from the top like from the anchor down and it's always been that way you've been very i go ahead i was gonna say i also think that a lot of people we have a lot of people behind the scenes who have been there for a very very long time and there's a lot of pride and that station and the work that we've done over the years and even before i was there and i think that kind of they nurture people come in and i think that's a lot of it you know which is wonderful it really is yet You know that's that's so true every time you go in there. You're saying how did the same people and i don't go there very often but that that makes a lot of sense to me. You've been very kind with your time. Just a couple of more things on a lighter subjects and then we'll let you go and hopefully we get to do this again sometime real soon but just so we get to know the the lady when she's off the television. If you had to name your favorite band or artist's music wise who would you say. Oh my gosh Well prince. I mean honestly even before i moved to minnesota loved prince Oh who'd lenny. Kravitz reload lenny kravitz. Yes now we're talking okay. That's awesome all right. Tell me a sport that you are good at or at least enjoy volleyball. I played In college d. Three for a couple of years. And i am school. No kidding and i enjoyed it. Yeah that's great so again Talking very personal here. Obviously we have multiple ones. Everybody does but tell me about one of your grandparents. Oh my my grandmother who is named after amelia. My father's motor. Because i didn't meet my my mother's parents. My grandparents had passed away before. I was born so she was a a wonderful woman. Good cook great baker Funny funny funny enjoyed. We always played games with her when we had you know family time and all that and she listened. We just play just to hear her responses. So yeah she was a lovely lovely woman very classy. And lastly what is the weirdest thing that happened behind you outside that window. That you didn't know was going on until the newscast was over. Oh gosh weirdest thing. Yeah i we people just coming down to okay. They would for one st there for one summer. And i don't know why and i still haven't found out what was going on. There would be people coming down and just dancing. And i'm talking. Not just one person like one after another about. Let's say five people just coming down nikola kind of dancing and i think they had headsets on. I couldn't quite figured out there. Were just standing out there and do it's like this artistic dance to it wasn't like hey. I'm dancing to some music. It was kind of like ballet and all that so it was kind of strengths. Yeah the weirdest thing to dressing. You've been great. We've got a million other questions for you. We'll get informed from next time we will get you into play the initials game again. Okay guys always good to talk to you. Thank you thank you talk to you again soon. Have a great day. all righty bye-bye amelia scenario. Everybody and this has been the after party. Podcast brought to you by our friends at mic. Michelob ultra organic. Sir thank you. I'm always testing. remember it. yeah no. I like passing the test of time all as over here now. Now she's great she's awesome. She's always saying it's it's weird because she i never known i was. I saying this when she's not here. But i'm born in ninety five right i've always known. Co as her like she. Is you know when people talk about You know dave more growing up. nco or don shelby. She's she's in that class and and It's it's you know but the the craziest thing is there looks have it changed. Like she's the. I mean it's unbelievable. What what she's done. They're happy to ask that question about. Just how the fact that. There's one of the four channels that we have the four newscasts the one that's been the most consistent for ever even before my time Has been oh and it's it's a really cool operation. They have down there. Yeah it's the good neighbor mentality. I really do believe that. And it's been that it was that way for the ever on the on the radio side as well and i think that's you know that speaks a lot to the their success It seems like on some other channels. It's a stepping stone to the next market. And i don't believe people perceive channel four in that way i mean they've had reporters move on. I'm ben tracy some other With randi kaye. cnn but you know. Yeah for the most part. I it seems i mean i mean. She obviously earned free. I mean they seem very content with everything. I don't think you know it's in. Obviously i mean rosie. You know who who knows where he could have gone he all. I'm sure says he is talking about that and he decided to stay there. And that's that's a testament to again what they built over there. It's a it's a special place and well it's cool to have ilya look at what we've done here at the fan where the youngest fulltime show on the station and we're nineteen years old you know. That's that's that is a ticket to success especially in a market as provincial as many apple. Paul for sure. Yeah that's cool. She's cool she's awesome. I liked her answers about working with frank to more that. That would be tough. You obviously your wife was here for for sure for years and what was. What was that. Like how you guys. Obviously you sit next to each other. Every day for such different jobs was a program director. Obviously so and we weren't on the air together but also in regards to what we were talking about. I didn't even think about until after asked the question. It wasn't just that she is gone most every evening. So's her husband as well. You know. that's that's a lot to give away. It really really is great job. Don't get me wrong but that's a lot to give his. It's an interesting balancing act. And obviously they've done very very well. You know it's really cool though because in in this community is Especially on the tv side. Everybody gets along so well. The people care the people at channel. Four the piel channel five they. I've been to parties. Were they're all there and everybody hangs out. It's it's pretty cool. No it's refunded special and you know i guess one of the better. I mean talk about this but the idea that channel four was really the only place you can go with a two anchor desk with the anchor sitting next to each other and they got a lot of emails. Eight people weren't aware they live with each other with that. Was you know i guess. One of those special benefits in pandemic you can have a husband and wife next to each other aggregate normal for sure all right. That's cool man. All right good s. o'meara we do have julia rose on. I can't wait. Yeah especially since she made some major headlines headlines worldwide headlines. Didn't you like book. This wallet was going on. And so i didn't know she done. I d m dr. And she said sure and then a little bit later. The news broke. And i saw her in handcuffs. I'm like can you do this week. She's like yeah. Sure no problem like alright. That sounds good. So if you don't know she has. You should look her up. She's beautiful but she's also men. Driven businesswoman owns her own magazine. Obviously a beautiful girl a model as well but The reason they put the you know the they changed. The sign to holly boob was for breast cancer awareness so She's very civic minded as well. I'm looking forward to talking to her. Tomorrow should be last week. We had no interviews this week. We'll have three. Yeah that's awesome. And yeah she's i mean they're all we very unique. I mean i know. Chris schaffer and julia rose have a lot in common. But he all right everybody abby.

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20201006 Nicole Sandler Show - Tuesdays with GottaLaff in Opposite World

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20201006 Nicole Sandler Show - Tuesdays with GottaLaff in Opposite World

"The following program contains graphic material including offensive language fewer. This question is advised. Jeez got the news. She talks with newsmakers. She encourages us to laugh and she cries with US speaking truth to power and Questioning Authority daily it's the Nicole Sandler. Tooth Day, welcome to it I am Nicole Sandler coming to you live at Ecole Sandler Dot com of course, on the progressive voices network at Prague Voice on Twitter Hopefully, you have the APP which makes listening so easy but we're also streaming video still on periscope on twitch on facebook live and we are allegedly Less than two weeks away from having our suspension lifted from Youtube. So we'll see the date is supposed to be October fourteenth will see if they. If they're true to their word. Yeah. I'll believe it when I see it. Anyway. You know we're in this weird weird place I. Don't Know How many times I've said just when he thought we couldn't go any lower. We find a sub basement or cellar or you know a new elevator that goes down. It's like when we were kids and we did all the way to China remember that. Well I guess Donald Trump is bound determined to go visit his good friend she. But. To do it in the shortest way possible. By boring through the center of the Earth the man you know I'd say his jump the shark, but I don't you know it's like he's been derailed. He was never rail to begin with his off. Any expression you can come up with. Presupposes that he Had some semblance of sanity at the beginning of this mess, and he never did this whole thing was a giant cluster fog from the beginning and why anybody thought it was a good idea to vote for Donald. Trump, for president come on come on man. Come on come on man you you knew what you were getting and yet you still I mean I don't know who these people are. I really don't I guess that's a good thing because I can't imagine. That a conversation with one of them would go well. But you know what I'm GonNa throw it out there. Anyway. If you are a trump supporter and I mean you I can't imagine why you would be listening to the show. But if you really are a donald trump supporter, I wanNA talk to you I, really want to know what it is about. This man that you think one is presidential to is capable of. Of, pulling this country out of the morass. Why you think he, he deserves and other term why you think he deserved determine the first place phone lines are open, nine, five, four, eight, eight, nine, six, four, one zero or you can skype into Nicole Sandler. I'd really like to hear from somebody. Who who believes Donald Trump is a good president. Because I don't believe you exist I really don't. Okay. You know. I've got a bunch of videos got a bunch of stuff but you know I keep going back to this theme to this overarching theme of opposite World I've been I've been using that phrase. For at least a decade now and back when I started using it. You. Know I think back to ten years ago we were fighting for marriage equality and we were awaiting the start of coverage under the affordable care act which was signed into law just a few months earlier. Yeah. We're ten years into it now. And living with the bushes it was often opposite world. You know old W. would go down to the ranch, which was not really a ranch and clear the brush, which is like a you know it's like Donald Trump with his rakes and forest management it was all for show. But even the weirdest moments with w and the Bush family didn't prepare us for life through the trump looking glass. A better analogy might be house of Mirrors. Because the the world that Donald Trump inhabits is like a labyrinth. Of lies in. Gas. Lighting. So look at it. This way, the Washington Post has documented over twenty thousand lies from Donald Trump since he was sworn in as president, the number I'm sure is much higher now because it was a few months ago that it hit twenty thousand that alone. Is. Something that makes no sense at all. A president of the United States I mean the most important thing that a president can do. Is Engender Trust from his people? From the citizens you know that's the most important relationship between the president and his constituents is that they trust him. WHO COULD EVER TRUST DONALD TRUMP? He is a prolific liar. I don't think I. Don't think he knows the difference between his lies in the truth anymore I, think he lies with such ease that adjust. It comes naturally, I don't think he'd be able to get through a day without lying I think it's part of his. SOCIOPATH -I if that's a word. You know what's opposite world the country we've all grown up believing was exceptional. is now bringing up the rear. Think about it. Our current situation finds the United States of America, the most unsuccessful fighter of the pandemic on the planet. The US decide told just past two, hundred and ten thousand more than any other nation in sheer numbers and per capita our infection and death rates top the charts. This qualifies as an opposite World List item because the United States was always one of the world's top authorities on medicine and the leading and leading the world in terms of crisis. But in a new global survey of world attitudes the leadership of the United States of America placed sixth out of six behind Germany France the UK Russia and China. Opposite world. Indeed. Thought you knew you never knew it. Sideways is straight ahead facts no longer matter reality. Fiction. The signpost hit your next. On It is opposite world where nothing makes sense and even you take you know what should be fact on your turn it around and that's what we get from this administration. The president. Of the United States of America admitted in an on the record tape recorded interview with Bob, Woodward of all people that he intentionally downplayed the dangers of covid nineteen because he didn't want to start a panic to be honest with you I want you I wanted to I wanted to always play it down I still like playing down. Yes. Because I don't WANNA, Create A. But the tradition of a tradition of gas lighting that this White House practices regularly trump keeps proclaiming that he actually up plays it. Hey a little hint donald there's no such word. Downplaying I actually many ways I played it in terms of action I, ask. Yeah, it's not a word, but it doesn't matter and his press secretary. Kaley mcenaney has lied from the briefing room podium proclaiming also that he never downplayed the virus. Of course, he didn't, and that's why Kaley mcenaney is home now. Suffering from covid nineteen and a third of her press office deputies or assistants or people who have the displeasure of working with her tested positive today. It's opposite world. In trump's campaign against Joe Biden. It's classic projection for four years. We've dealt with reports and allegations of Donald Trump's use of adderall. So what does trump do? He accuses Joe Biden of using performance enhancing drugs before a debate specifically adderall. Classic projection and the idea that he's a great businessman after how many bankruptcies and how much of daddy's money blown through. And with the New York Times revelation of a week or so ago. We learned that not only is really really bad businessmen, but he cheats on his taxes to hey media I get that. You know he's now got Cova, but he's pretending he's spine go back to the tax evasion story what happened it breaks and you drop it that's opposite world too. So, Donald Trump. Protects and even lionesses criminals and thugs like Kyle Rittenhouse the kid from Illinois whose mommy drove him across the border into Kenosha Wisconsin where he killed two people and shot a third. And Donald Trump is is promoting his. Heroic. Heroics heroism I don't know what the word is but seriously making him out to be a hero they've raised how many hundreds of thousands of dollars to. To defend this Creighton, this lawbreaker, this man young man minor with a long gun with an assault rifle who killed two people. And when he was chased down by lower abiding citizens who were peaceful protesters to try to get the guy who killed two people. And he shot this man's arm off. They're saying that was self defense. It's opposite world. The Saint. Louis couple. The mccloskey's remember them who held their guns turned in a air fifteen and a handgun on peaceful protesters in Saint Louis. HOW TO DONALD TRUMP deal with them? He gave them a prime speaking slot at the Republican convention. Well today a grand jury in Saint Louis indicted them on counts of exhibiting a weapon and tampering with evidence. Opposite world. You know one thing he tells you another. Another reason bullshit. Ruse Obama Gate. There is no such thing. Obama's. Trump. He pulls out this bullshit when things are not looking good for him and and starts. Saying that what was it that The greatest. Do I have this clip I? I thought I pulled it here somewhere. Okay. Here it is so. Here's an exchange between Obama. It was in the Rose Garden with Philip bump of the Washington. Post. When Obama was talking about Obama I mean. Trump was talking about Obama gate. There is no such thing Mr President. In one of your mother's Day tweets you appear to accuse president, Obama of the biggest political crime in American history by far. Those were your words. What crime exactly are you accusing President Obama of committing and do you believe the Justice Department said prosecute him Obama Gate it's been going on for a long time span going on from before. I even got elected and it's a disgrace that it happened and if you look at what's going on and if you look at now, all of this information that's being released land from what I understand that's only the beginning. Of terrible things happen. Be Allowed to happen in our country. And you'll be seeing what's going on over the knicks over the coming weeks. Wish you'd write honestly about it, but unfortunately, you choose not to do so you. What if the crime? Exactly they think Everybody. Newspapers except yours. Yeah you see what that is. That is opposite world. No longer better reality. Fiction. Post. Your next up opposite world. Know I could go through the lies. Donald trump lies about everything. One of his most repeated claims is that the US economy is the best in history while of course, now with a coveted tanked. So now he says that he achieved the best economy in the history of the world, but you know what that is it's. It's none of it is true by just about any important measure, the present corona? Day Corona virus economy would not doing as well as it did under presidents Eisenhower Johnson Clinton or even ulysses s grant. Moreover, the economy was already beginning to hit the headwinds caused by trump's trade wars with manufacturing sector. In an apparent recession he was tanking it before corona virus even hit and he inherited a growing economy from Barack Obama. Not what he says, it was dead economy bullshit bullshit. That's not true. He lies because it's opposite world like his lie about the border wall being built. He said Mexico is GonNa pay for it. You know what that was bullshit and then he's in Congress said, they wouldn't pay for it so he started appropriating. Funds that were supposed to go to military and counternarcotics projects to become one of the largest infrastructure projects in the US seizing private land, cutting off wildlife corridors, disrupting native American cultural sites. But despite all that three miles, three miles of the barriers on land that previously not have a barrier because he lies he tells you the sky is green make no mistake. It's still blue unless you're in California Northern California where it's gray. Because it's on fire. I could go on and on he said, he passed the biggest tax cut in history bullshit he lies about everything, and now just when you thought he couldn't go any lower donald trump finds another way down this time he's either faking corona virus infection or more likely having a somewhat mild case. So then he bullies the doctors into going along with his scam scheme. Make It seem like, oh, covert nineteen no problem. It's a walk in the park it's easy to beat. then. Meanwhile, he's still hopped up on all the steroids that make you feel better because he doesn't listen to the doctors. He makes the doctors listened to him. He only wants doctors who will go along with his line of Bullshit that's all the respected doctor Dr. Chee. Who if I were in trump's position as the first person I'd call when I was diagnosed. He's not even in the picture instead trump finds doctors who will do his bidding this John Conley Guy. Who lies for him just like the other doctors did. and. Then he manufacturers another made for television photo-op with Marine One landing right outside of the White House. He makes a big show at of climbing the stairs which he never uses by the way and when he got to the top, he was visibly short of breath gasping for air not looking good as he stood there for the cameras in fact, if you're watching on any of the video streams. Well. Watch this. You. Don't really need the sound on this but he is. Gasping. Gasping. Yeah, not a good luck. Not a good look for Donald Trump and then after that live shot is so the new he he he he timed it to be on when the network nightly news programs were on six thirty. And he commandeered the nightly newscasts and the fucking news organizations have not learned a God damn thing from twenty sixteen stop giving this guy so much free airtime make him pay for it because they can't afford it because he's got no money. But then so after the live TV, cameras go away Donald Trump records. Well, he turns around mask list to record a video or a few of them, and then he actually released. This. Beware. I'm GonNa play for you something it runs a minute and twenty six seconds and chances are you've already heard it But. Watch him. Listen to his words. This is indeed opposite world. Just. Left Walter Reed Medical Center. And it's really something very special. The doctors, the nurses, the first responders, and I learned so much about Toronto virus. And one thing that's for certain. Don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're going to beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines all developed recently. And you're going to beat it. I went I didn't feel so good. And two days ago I could have left two days ago two days ago I felt great like better than I have in allies better than twenty years ago, steroid let it dominate. Don't let it take over your lives don't let that happen. We have the greatest country in the world we're going back. We're going back to work. WE'RE GONNA be out front as you leader I had to do that I knew this danger to it, but I had to do it why I stood out. I led what's not a leader would not do what I did. And I know there's a risk there's a danger for that's okay and now I'm better and maybe you. God don't let it dominate your lives get out there be careful. We have the best medicines in the world and the zoo very shortly, and they're all getting approved and the vaccines coming momentarily. Right. Thank you very much and Walter Reed what a group of people. Thank you very much. Now I don't know who told him. That was a good idea but it's What as you leader I had to do that. But you. Get the. Front I led you did what nobody that's leader would not do what I did nobody that's a leader would not do what I did what the fuck does that even mean. Seriously maybe you know the thing that drives home my opposite world theory is the fact that he can lie to the face of his supporters and they just don't care. All you need to do is remember one thing he said what you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening. Opposite world. Indeed. I just had to get that out. That's been building up in me for weeks, and I don't even know where we go from here where we go from here is we take action. This is a complete non sequitur, but I'm going to do it anyway Mandy Patinkin great actor national treasure everything from the princess bride to criminal minds to. Chicago hope to a you name it Mandy Patinkin Sunday in the park with George. He does everything well, Mandy Patinkin and his lovely wife have released a new video. And I want to share it with you so All right. Take it away Mandy and Catherine, Patinkin. This November third everything is it state we are surrounded by chaos we are being governed by selfish interests who peddled misinformation and if we do not stop this. Too. Much. Too much years. Scary. But. That's part of the problem, right? Everything is disgusted this sort of extreme and all everybody can do remain each other because they don't have the perfect solution and the stakes are so high. You know you're addicted screaming. I don't know I. Think we just talk about it calmly. This November third is a very important election. Hose out matters. A very important election. Trump has been. Really. Trump has been bad. So, we need to get him out absolutely but it's not just about trump. It's about much more we need to focus on the Senate is well. Yeah and not just the Senate state legislature locally she's. GonNa get you know I understand bide might not everybody's ideal candidate but you know what he is human and decent and kind and guess what people voted for him. That's democracy and it isn't just about one person. It is about getting past Kovic responsibly and fixing the economy for the working class and the middle class and the Supreme Court and Immigration Racial. Justice League climate change my God frigging world is at stake you literally literally the actual earth that we are. Not, accident. Oh honey. Yes. You are doing exactly what I was doing. Pam I. got it. So hard not to point is this is really a. Election. It all comes down to a few states in races. which is my get out the vote and why everybody needs to help everybody get out the vote in any way they can because come. November whatever the outcome. This is just the beginning we're going to have to fight for these issues for a very long time and we can't do anything unless we vote absolutely because if we. Don't wait for the outcome create the outcome volunteer to help get out the vote. The last weekend's dot org slash do it. Where Catherine Mandy and we approve this message. How much do I love that? How much do I just absolutely love that Catherine and Mandy Patinkin and the thing that we're talking about there the last weekend's dot. Org. It's an organization and they talk about volunteering for the last weekend leading up to the election. Well, we have three weekends left or is it for its close? So go the last weekend's Dot Org I believe is how it reads I will be sure to post the link and that video on my blog at Nicole Sandler dot com. All right. Well, you know what time it is don't you do and you know what day it is don't you? Yeah. Here's. In. Hong. Yes. Every Tuesday gotTA laughing I get together and we shoot the shit about. You and I've got something. Why am I see I see why Echo Echo Echo Echo's gone We gotta get laughing on the line though don't we? Hello. Yes, you've reached the trump has Kovic cutline hotline. Trump the trump has cova hotline hotline. Okay. My picture is a little off to okay. The trump has covered hotline. Got It. Okay. Good. Hello. Press one if you think that he's back at the White House Trims Doctors Have Given Him a clean bill of deception and said, he'll be up and lying and not time. Do you think. I think press two. If you think Malania can't wait to recover. So she can prepare for the holidays and start sending out her who gives a fuck. Yes. Press three if you think everyone close to trump is getting cova, which means barren tiffany have been healthier. clunk, I couldn't hear. That last one. Here we go. Because I don't know I don't know. How many who? Yeah. Yeah, wow kinda weird hasn't it. Yes twenty twenty and can I just say Fuck Twenty Twenty Eddie Van Halen died today Yeah, you know we could all say yes. Ronnie Oh. My God. Yeah. So a nightmare. Eddie van Halen a long long battle with cancer. Yeah and who died it's just sixty five just just. Because he I don't know any any Venezuelan one. I've met Sammy Hagar and I met David Lee, Roth a number of times but I never met any been Halen but I always heard he was a really nice guy and a great guitar player. Obviously, yeah yeah. So Sad. Valerie Bertinelli to that. She tweeted a bunch of broken hearts to her son. Wolf is sought man that's what reminded me in fact. She was she was fun to she was still a teenager when I worked with her own one day at a time but. She had a truck driver which was really really cool. Well, don't we all? Don't we all? Let the welcome of luck and Shit is going on here laffy. So you heard my my opening rant about opposite world it. It's with every day. It's something else and I I'm serious I would like to talk to somebody not like the kid from San Diego who you know claims to be a Republican, but he's not a trump supporter I wanNA talk to an. Actual trump support like watching the Joe Biden thing last night and they do they kept introducing people and saying, Oh, the so and so was undecided. Really you're undecided. How can you be undecided and was a black woman and I'm sorry and I'm screaming at the TV how can you be a black woman? So I'm laughing because laugh he's having fun with graphics. If you're watching on video, you say but how but Oh that's appropriate. Laugh wearing a mask. The Mask. Anyway, I'm just I all over it's okay. I just don't understand how people can buy his bullshit how he gets away with the lies. It's a nonstop one lie after another after another I was listening to one of them who was interviewed, which do incessantly on MSNBC and. And they ask them you know. After this and this and this, and this you know how could you possibly support him? They said, yeah, we know he's a jerk. You know he does all that stuff, but you know what we he's gotten so much done. What. That's what they've said so then You. That's where the follow up comes in and too many of these so-called journalists on television. Don't they don't listen to the answers their interviewees give because they never follow up because the the the the logical. Next. Thing when they say look at all, he's done is what? I asked a friend of mine who is a liberal? Who is her boyfriend who she lives with is a trumpy how I said how do you do it what the heck this and she said he thinks that he's done the wall he thinks that he's done the economy thinks he's accomplished. Mind just went blank but all the things that that he's swears he's done that he really hasn't done. I guess like the judges, nothing Biggie, the Supreme Court and the other district judges and appeals court and Whatnot. All the things that we hate the immigration, the kids in cages that they love that stuff. So they don't care that he loved it. They loved him kids on cages cheated on this taxes Oh my God I. Don't know if they like the kids in cages, but they like the fact that he's keeping people out in the immigrations at an all time low. They like all that stuff. So they don't care about the rest of it so. That's why you're looking at me on the screen. It says. Whole. And that's also why if you look at the screen Ham, he's wearing a Ni- voted sticker because I put it on his nose and took a picture of him today I. See we didn't get stickers here in Florida. We just dropped our ballots in the dropbox at the Broward county supervisor of elections. Office. But you said you're you're I voted by mail sticker was in your. We didn't get that. We don't get. Oh Man Florida you know. Da Da what we should get to the tweets because, yes. Bunch of stop playing with my. Strap you gotTa burn to let loose let loose then I'll let. Okay. So You know every time I look at twitter. It's like something new as happened like that's how I learnt. Well, no. Actually I learned from you that Donald Trump today. Just, cut off all negotiations on another. Cova. Stimulus deal on the stimulus bill I'm going to talk about that. How Stupid WHAT THEY WANNA do is shove in. Coney Schmuck. Fan Judge. So. That gives them more time now unbelievable to mess around with our lives right Yes and no first of all, and then Rachel Maddow, tweeted out something like a new poll says seventy nine percent of the American public. To, SEE CONGRESS DEAL WITH CORONA vehicles relief package instead of. Confirmation. Hearings for Amy Conybeare it. Didn't percent gun reform to. They didn't care that was ninety one percent and this is seventy, four percent. You think they care? No. No, they're only doing what's good. What they think is good for them. So and it's long lasting. It's generations of stuff that's that's going to affect a. so like us read in your whatever was you're just reading, we have a long or I guess Oh, it was the commercial they were doing the little video you're playing. No matter even if we win, we have a hell of a fight ahead of us even if we win everything a lot there are there's a handful of Democrats who aren't for Filibuster. Getting rid of the filibuster there's a handful I mean Dianne Feinstein says she's against that. She's also again expanding the the, supreme? Court. So we all have to get on the phones once we win and. We're GONNA have to do it with Joe Biden too because as one of them and and you know the thing he was speaking today from somewhere I don't know where he is and I get he's doing his. Gettysburg right. He's doing this Koumba moment. We're all GONNA get along real going to work together. Going to happen don't. Embrace the Barack Obama Syndrome Barack Obama wanted everyone to be his friend and wanted everyone to love him and thought that everyone would work with him. It will not happen Joe Biden. These people are your friends they will not work with you. Stop it however, somebody tweeted to May just before I got on the air and said bats his closing argument. So he can win and then once he's in he, he is somewhat malleable. Hall and pressure and that they hope that they said that Kamla Harris would be one of the influencers that would help us push him. So I'm just quoting somebody else. I'm not gonNA come right. Okay so John Harwood said. Yes. All right. So he's he's tweeting over. Trump trump's tweet was Mitch McConnell not delay but to instead focus full time on approving my outstanding nominee to the United States Supreme Court Amy Conybeare, our economy's doing very well the stock market is at record levels, jobs and unemployment little cut. Okay. So then Harwood said Barrett confirmed plus weaker economy for the start of a Biden administration is ideal outcome from McConnell's point of view. That's what he thinks. Trump. Just tweeted. This is from angry staffer just tweeted he's instructed his people to quit negotiating for a covert relief bill until the election he's holding the nation hostage in an attempt to get reelected and I said, I, want I want you to Jimmy favor though because basically the. Same. Of course. Of the entire country amazing yeah. Do it my way maybe I'll give you some stimulus money maybe not. I'll just make my promises but right now, I'm going to pull away from you I think he's trying to lose the election, but you know what do I know? So this is from I have no idea mark. Gong, loss. And it doesn't say who is with what he does. Don't know. Anyway he he. tweets over NBC trump says he's instructed my representatives to stop negotiating for the new. Coronavirus refill until after the election says, he has asked Senator McConnell to focus fulltime on approving my outstanding nominee to the Supreme Court and Gangluff says not sure I've ever seen true political suicide in action before. and. A lot of people are saying that I mean how I mean this is this is political suicide. He is telling still much of this nation who are hurting like, yeah. It's the new month any victims instance in Florida Ron Death sentence the governor. Lifted. The moratorium on fictions. So here we are another month and people who are out of work because they can't work because of the corona virus are now going to get A. From their homes with nowhere to go and there's no relief even being talked about anymore. Right. People's healthcare everything is going to suffer everything isn't this is Everything millions of unemployed people, millions, and millions of unemployed people will stay. Unemployed Yup will be unable to eat will be unable to feed their own kids will be unable to pay for any healthcare because they're also in court trying to fight ACA. So I mean, there's so many repercussions from the center negative. Then, somebody else tweeted somebody in journalism is one of the more famous. I. Can't remember who it was. Said well, aren't even if I have this tweet maybe or maybe not, but they said. If he did continue with the negotiations maybe it would have helped him a little bit maybe not but this is really going to hurt him. So. I believe. He he makes this that goes back to the opposite world thing. He makes everything political everything and then he screams the other guys are making a poetical, right? Right it's always projections always with me anything out of comes to trump's mouth is a lie and or projection. That's been my mantra since day one and five years now. Okay. So you gene. Agoo I hope I said that right MD.. Calendar of. Cool quit dot? com. Stamp at Stanford. Trump telling trump kept telling us to take hydrochloric win. Jack Leach into our main secure the corona he did. When he got infected he took the most advanced Monaco monoclonal antibody cocktail made from fetal tissue obtained from abortions and never even once took hydrochloric. and. Not only that if amy Coney Barrett were to get her way nothing made from fetal tissue and using fetal stem cell. Technology for research. Would ever be used because she doesn't believe in that 'cause she's pro-life. Don't you know opposite world? But yet he he'll take it no problem because he's not quote prolife. Absolutely I have a Hashtag I've used with him or not just for him for years pro-life. My ass they're all they're all like that. They're all shooting off their mouths about being pro-life and they've done everything they can to hurt people and to kill people, and then those people say, Oh, love the fetus hate the baby. Sorry. Love the fetus hate the child if the child. No, they don't have the fetus because they cut money for programs that help the fetus thrive. The woman and then they the woman can't eat or have. Care or Get food. So she suffers the baby the so or the fetus suffers depending on whether she wants to bring into term but. They are not friendly to feed us to no no, they're not friendly to any humanity. They're friendly to money and corporations by the way New Breaking news the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Rejects Republican effort to block Montana absentee voting rule. This is after the. Supreme. Court yesterday upheld. Republican rule in South Carolina that mandates if you're using absentee ballot, you have to have a witness witnessed your signature, which is just just what's wrong. One I met bullshit put I hit the wrong button. To. Bear. We go. All right. God Okay so I'm just GONNA. Read my own tweet. This was before. Trump gates somebody's tweeting at you or something Rachel Oh, it's really tweeting up a storm. She does that she always tweets inserts and she usually starts tweeting at. Midnight her time. After the show is I think she doesn't says she doesn't interrupt other shows to. Around nine, nine, thirty, I start getting all these notices that she's tweeting. Okay Anyway. this was before. Trump. Decided to leave the hospital order to get the speech about trump I. You know I'm trying to say when he left when he left the hospital, right I said so the message is going to be from his doctor's lookie here at fearless Vero super spreader trump my word of course, and his new Kobe youthfulness beating down that puny plagued with his magic meds now go mingle herdman. Taliban enjoy and boy Oh, boy get a load of super trump and did I mention how invincible trump is and that is exactly the message that was put out by his doctor is so called doctor his squad I know I call him Dr Suck Up, yeah, I saw I saw meanwhile. Okay. So Somebody Joan mccarter daily coast just tweeted something re tweeted Donald Trump from three days ago. HCT third when he said our great USA wants and needs stimulus work together and get it done. Thank you. Three days ago days ago. That's that's Donald Trump. It's like Yeah I'd like to downplay the coronavirus because I don't WanNA panic anyone I don't downplay it never downplayed it I up play it if anything with action What the fuck does that mean. So Zachary Cohen. It was CNN said. News General Mark Milley and several members of the Joint Chiefs of staff are quarantining after vice commandant. Command commandant of the US Coast. Guard Admiral Charles Ray tested positive for coronavirus several defense official officials tell C. N., and there's now a total of seven to this. At least there was as of about an hour ago. There were seven of them so Christian Bandra Brooke. Who I don't salon I don't know. The White House. Decision to forego contact tracing is now a national security threat. At. Well, yes, I always wanted. Super. Spreader event in the Rose Garden, and there are people family members of people who are infected saying we've not gotten a phone call we've got nothing. Thing. Nobody has contacted us. Oh. But there was another event. Let, me see if I can find it. There was another event that they held. Yeah and this included a lot of these security guys. Let's see if I can find because there's a big picture so I should be able to spot my tweet pretty quickly. It was so long ago like hours ago That that showed a bunch of them at a at a dinner event. Mingling no masks and this is where they may have how they do this. This is what they do and they thought you know they're above it all that they're not gonNA get infected. Well, you know Carlos. Now may maybe it was trump's strategy all along like you heard Like this leader I had villa. A doing. Still thought. Read. Nobody hits. Leader. Not, done, what are dead nobody? WHO's the leader would not do what I did. That's like a quadruple negative. I don't know what he means. What does he ever mean? Has Banned Cunanan. I don't know if you saw. No, I didn't good. It's about time should have done years ago There's a woman who works for his campaign. She's a spokeswoman. Her name is Aaron. Paul Ryan. And She Yes she went on TV. And I think she was on Fox or CNN or somewhere but she's telling the host that well Donald Trump now is even more. Qualified for to be the president because he's had corona virus he. Could not make this up. If I tried I, know experiences commander in chief he has experience as business. He has experienced of fighting the coronavirus as an individual those firsthand experiences Joe. Biden. He doesn't have those. He doesn't know what it's like. Joe Biden and doesn't have that experience. He doesn't know what it's like. A virus you gotTa have experience. Okay. So I have a series of tweets about that. Okay. But just before I read that, I'm going to read you one more. Okay. Trump says he tweeted I'm looking forward to the debate, right? These show up and Erin Rupert said when trump insisted Biden get drug tested before the about people's about But. We know he's taking doctor prescribed drugs I. WanNa know what drugs these staking when they're not prescribed. Yeah definitely. What would don't? We know why God? Oh, there's one more I was going to react outweighed I'll do. Okay All The White House Gift Shop is selling a Donald J trump defeats Cova member to point. You can pre-order it now for one hundred dollars now, I should mention that the White House gift shop is not actually part of the White House. It's right private commercial enterprise. Del Tasteless is completely tasteless, and the thing is they could if the if the White House didn't want them to do what they could shut them down because they use the white, House logo it looks official and I have to think that's a copyright or trademark violation. They can't legally do but trump doesn't care I guess he's probably getting cut. Right Christina Wilkie was reporting this and she said the shop was established in nineteen six. For police authorized by Harry Truman, it became the White House police benefit fund and the White House gift shop in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty it's not a government agency and in two thousand sixteen, it was transferred to private hands they sold commemorative trump North Korea summit coin and other if trump coins throughout his presidency in those previous president but this one is so tacky it's. To hold it, he'd be first of all. He didn't beat it. That's number one and I was Tim. O'Brien. The reporter journalist who tweeted out a time line of Herman Canes fight with. Corona virus in it, there was the date it was like the end of June the beginning of July he felt fine. Then a week later he was feeling even better week later he was feeling even better than that. The doctors say he's doing great and then three days later he's dead right? It happens in waves like that that you and you can feel kind of crummy feel good again feel crummy fail it depends on your every person has a slightly different. Response to the virus but generally speaking, yeah, it's like what happened with? Kane. Yup. I'm still not to my tweets it follow up on your here's one more. Michael Beschloss tweeted, why is President Riding in an SUV waving to supporters outside Walter Reed jeopardizing the secret service agents inside the car with them and Cairo stall of marketplace. Dot Org said because future start trading at six PM. Eastern. see it's all about the stock market and by the way his little announcement today that no more negotiations on Cova funding. Crash, the stock market dropped. It had been up all day. Few hundred. And it wound up I think a close down about seventy five, seventy five. Yeah. Down Three, seventy, four, seventy, seven years so good. It. Shit. Julia Okay so Matt Gaetz. President trump won't have to recover from COVID. Cova will have to recover from President Trump Maga and Julia Davis. Who I love like with the daily beast she said, are you implying that trump is a deadly disease? I think think think. Is. Okay. Here comes the comebacks to Aaron Parine okay. Okay. So to re- TO. Recap, what you said. She said he has experienced now fighting the coronavirus as an individual Joe. Biden. Doesn't have that right? So George Conway said this is like saying that drunks who have had their licenses revoked would make the best driver's Ed instructors. And? By the way did you see that Kellyanne Conway Video I, acid or? What's her name Claudia, conway who was lying in bed and I mentioned this yesterday as well that Claudia Conway now has also been diagnosed with. With Kobe and obviously she said her mother gave it to her and she went off on her mother she screamed at her and she has video just a twelve second video that's up. Well. Worth it I posted it God laugh on at God. Laugh at well, let me I, I didn't pull it because I feel I'm conflicted because Claudia Conway. Is Fifteen years old grant she looks older but that's you know that's the problem these days. When I was fifteen, I'm gonNA look fifteen either but regardless fight it was twelve she is. She seems to be miserable with her parents because. When Mansa pate she does and she she is a proud progressive and her parents or batch it crazy Republicans and she's had enough of them, but she's only fifteen. So this extensively y you know her parents both quit their jobs and came home to spend time with their daughter, who's having problems and So, Kellyanne Conway in her first week of. Working at the White House anymore goes back to the White House and goes to the super spreader of and brings Home Coronas. And infects her daughter and George Conway yesterday tweeted a series of pictures of that Rose Garden Event and like placing the blame on the trump people I tweeted back to him I said. I get it but. Your wife attended that. By her own choice right sheet, nobody nobody made her go there on her own she chose not to wear a mask and she brought it home and infected your daughter I think maybe you're a little upset at the wrong person. Yeah Right. Well, the the video does not show the daughter or maybe she does because nose up right she's lying in bed and she has her phone and she's recording Kellyanne is going you fucking shut up or whatever. I need to find it. It's really about Kellyanne it's really mostly if Kellyanne, you get a glimpse of her. Looking. Like she has no makeup on and and pretty bad and screaming at the top of her lungs. So you get to see how real life. Yeah. So, going back to parine or whatever her name was Ryan Right. The one who said. Well Donald Trump now has experienced having Kobe. That's something that Joe Biden doesn't have. Yes. So stupid. So James Morrison who I just love. He's an actor and we follow each other and he said an absolutely insane narrative. I didn't think they could stop I'm sorry I didn't think they could top it affects virtually nobody or wearing masks would send the wrong message but they have and so laurence tribe said, this is too ludicrous even for Fox it's like saying higher the arsonist as your fire chief because he got burned in one of the fires he set. So he's got firsthand experience that his chief opponents can't match. Yup and then here's another one. Okay. Thomas Lynn. Who's with Quantum magazine he said by this logic spring breakers who contracted or spread the coronavirus no more about Kobe than scientists who have not had the disease. Cycle is on overdrive. Yup. There's that. Yeah boy. Oh boy. Oh Boy Oh boy and then Ben Tracy of CBS News said. I felt safer reporting North, Korea than I currently do reporting at the White House. This is just crazy. Yeah Yeah. He had to quantify qualify it and say, for context folks this is about covid. Not Generally speaking. So that's him then Chris Murphy. Of Connecticut. Senator from Connecticut Senator. So he's he's doing this over trump's tweet. Trump's tweet was I will be leaving the Great Walter Reed Medical Center today six thirty. Dollars afraid of Cova don't let it dominate your life. We have developed under the trump administration some really great drugs. And knowledge they've developed knowledge. And I feel better than I did twenty years ago. So you you Sarah I don't know what the hell but Chris Murphy said. Don't be afraid says the guy with a team of a dozen doctors access to experimental treatments that no one else gets a four room hospital sweet. Yup. Who lives in a house with top doctors on site twenty, four, seven, all of which is provided to him for free because he refuses to pay taxes. Ding. Yup. Yeah. Yeah. Is Astounding. It's just astounding. It's disgusting. Honestly is Dick inning it's just. I don't know how much more of this week and take I know it's it's. Like it's such an overloaded such an onslaught, it's such an assault that it's like getting assaulted. It's like someone walking up and punching you every hour in the face. You know. Bam and you're not. You're just starting to get your your bearings back right and then somebody else comes up the same guy comes up and punches you again and you're like, wait a minute I can't even see straight hold on bang he does it again and finally you're saying, Oh, I got it now it's you Bang I. Okay. No I've got some clarity on and now it's a you and your gang bang and you're like I can't anymore again and again and again. Here's my last one who okay last one. Okay. So Hugh Hugh it. God. Hugh Spew, it is more likely. He said great to see the president about to be discharged back to White House wonder how coverage of President Reagan's and ice discharges from hospital would have fared on twitter when Reagan appeared at Congress after shooting medfly to bipartisan prolonged ovations and John. I'm sorry Josh. Russell. Who's been feature on various networks he said, Reagan didn't shoot himself. Touche. Yeah. Didn't do it to himself, Hugh? Stupid head. So. That's my tweets the day I. Okay. No more tweets. Start reading them live right now I know. But you know what that there's something else I wanNA play. Another piece of video I pulled. You and this might have been what got Kellyanne or not Kellyanne Kaley. Sorry I get these. Girls. Mixed. Kaley Mac in any her job this is from February before she officially, for Donald Trump's. Yes. So this is Kaley mcenaney on Fox business talking with Trish Regan Aright. Let's go to the videotape. Here we go. This president will always put America. First, he will always protect American citizens we will not see diseases like the corona virus come here. We will not see terrorism come here and isn't that refreshing when contrasting it with the presidency at President Obama. Pinkie so much. K-LEAGUE mcenaney you are in any. We will not see the coronavirus coming here. We will not see it. It will not happen on his watch cluster Fox. Uh Oh i. should have pulled the Rick Rick's what's his name Rick Perry oops. oops I know a lot of people wouldn't get the reference but oops. How could they not get that reference? What are they twelve? Maybe that was only how many. How. Many years ago five years ago. Yeah I guess Yeah Rick Perry was in that in those debates I duNno. Life debater go. That one more thing to play, and this is another. There's so many groups making these great videos and we have a few minutes here. Let me share this one. This one is from I want to get the name of the group correct the IT'S COPD action, the Center for popular demand. And? This has an action call for everybody watching now sadly, I live in St with two Republican Governors I mean two Republican senators. But if you have a Democratic senator listen up especially to this this video just came out today and again it's from a center for Popular Democracy. Action. Go to the videotape again. We got a message for Chuck Schumer. And all Democratic senators we need you to protect our health care. We need you to protect reproductive freedom. We need you to protect immigrants. We need you to protect workers, our families, and our communities. We need you to stand up and fight. You have a responsibility to do everything in your power to stop this corrupt week. President from nominating supreme. Court justice. Here's what you should be doing right now you should be pulling together a war team of experts, our brain trust y'all can be fighting moment to moment looking for every opportunity to gum up the works to delay, disrupt and de-legitimize this process you. Should be publicly committing to using every procedural tool to stop this nomination, you should be getting your caucus together you should be working with Nancy, Pelosi so that she will be introducing legislation that the Senate passed to address you should be insisting on no consent agreements resist adjournment keep it in Legislative Session Paul together resolutions under the Congressional Review Act The war powers act and other similar acts of the Senate press to address of yet can address this nomination get everything together. To compel, debate and eat up time and rise to this moment you can take this back for that. Before said, we need Chuck Schumer to fight for us. We need Chuck Schumer to fight for us. We need all democratic senators fight for us. We need tender Schumer fight for us. All Democratic senators to. We need some humour. Saul Senator Sumer and your senator now. I HAVE good as you should. So that Zephyr teach out was there in the middle it was a bargain at the beginning. I will post the video on the blog at Nicole Sandler dot com slash ten, Dash six, Dash Twenty to make sure you see it but call your senators and we gotta get on the same page here. So. Glad. You did laugh because you've got to Democrats Senators I. Don't Yeah Comma Harris is one of them. She's a little busy right. Now she is and Dianne Feinstein is the other one. Yeah. Boring on all right, and with that, we are done what's happening let's see. Tomorrow Tomorrow night is the first the VP debate if they can get their shit together because now, Mike Pence's people are balking at the plexiglas protection. They said that the calmly can use one, but they're not going to. You know why? Because spread, virus? He's not worried about hers I guess not. I Guess Oh? God God protecting him yes. Pie missed VP PIOUS MIC KISS, ass no shit. Right. Well, we gotTA show tomorrow. I'll be speaking with the author of a book about rigged elections, America Russia, and one hundred years of covert electoral interference. So this should be interesting rigged. On that note got allow. His name is David Shimmer. Okay. All right. So we'll talk to him tomorrow talk to you later see. Laffy by everyone.

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1343: "McClintock Effect"

"You like a spandex granny. Curry john c devora. Second twenty twenty one. This is your award-winning nation media. Assassination episode thirteen forty three. This is no agenda. Zan broadcasting live from opportunities. Thirty three and you are the frontier austin texas capela star state everybody. I'm not occurring and from northern california where our horse did not win place or show. I'm john c divorced known agenda. What i thought it was no agenda kept saying no agenda. I know it sounded like it. That was like that was the number. Two thing tweeted to me this weekend. Menu horse. no not really so. The horse didn't even run iran. Yeah he came in seventh or eighth. Okay so that's a didn't show no prizes no getting win place or show and nothing in fact that the favorite horse which was owned by that horrible guy that runs dubai who kept his daughter. Terrible story has been in the race. For which guys. This i i forget. Was it. The prince of dubai. Check him out. Take just look at him. And he's oh. I remember the story about his his daughter was she locked up in like two or three times. I do remember that he sends a bunch of spooks out to go grabber and now from all at least from all reports she's a prisoner in the palace wa not dead right right. Human rights groups have tried to get her. You know check. Find this to say hello or anything and can't be done. Meanwhile this guy gets to run a horse in the kentucky derby no consequences whatsoever. Good horse people. And they're not red state they love death and destruction. The number one most tweeted An emailed a comment was to be tours lost. No you sound is all wrong. You sounds horrible. Oh my god it sounds like you're talking through a metal spill. Strada your anus disastrous. It was disastrous. Wasn't that bad. It was it was and you know it. It was worse because after it's what happened. Was i had these mike from problems. Big problems have replaced microphones. There's some buzz. That just occurred once when i hated once when i hit it and then another one. Just just just occurred again. I think i'm under attack from direct directed energy weapons which is guys you know. Just blow up the house. I don't get whether fooling around your mike. So i had a very bad night thursday night because people were saying i might not end. Of course i had re compressed by accident so that made off with us. That's what that's what made it happen. He s like john sounds good clip. Sound good what's wrong too. Much treble as my favorite got too much trouble anyway. It's much appreciated because everyone knows how much care about it and they care so thursday night as ready to rip everything apart and listen. I'm going to sleep on this. When a i got up at five in the morning straight upstairs and i start to reconfigure the the replacement the procast and then joel. You're now no no. I'm not. I'm check it out too then. I'm just walking around. it's dark. I'm drinking coffee and think. Wait a minute and Because you know we're we're looking to sell our house into move a little bit further out of austin. So i'm a little more i'm thinking a bit more about floor. Plans i say studio is above the kitchen. So i could. It may be some. It's possible so tina turns i. I'm yelling down here. Tina's down there the show start. I'm going to turn on the blender that'll fix him. After some sleuthing it turns out there. One light switch if you put the dimmer in just a very specific spot oh dimmers or noise and it's downstairs downstairs and so you know she turns the light and i said nothing so move the dimmer and often flies past it so now. There's this one spot so what happened. Was i usually tune the dimmer. Put it in some specific spot. Or maybe that's a spot where i was. Put it in now. The something's a little dirty in that spot on the dimmer slider and that was the whole problem. So now i have two beautiful electro voice. Mike's working perfectly. What about the third one. The original now that one i just threw out. I thought that was really really out. I don't know where it is. I have no idea where that one went but that was a different issue. I think it was different anyway. I'm very happy to be back in. Full force it makes me a happy man. And i apologize for all the horrible sounds. Everybody had to listen to and to make it up. I think we should start off today with the latest pfizer. Marketing for the vaccine is just. It's too good. it's too much fun. It brings a smile to everybody's face. What do you think. I love marketing. So the great reset. The great marketing reset pfizer has pretty much gotten rid of every single one of its Its competitors it is taking over globally. It is running A large by telling them that they need to give them their military bases as a some kind of collateral for its own country. Yes if it isn't already and We know that they are that. They've been paying influencers on instagram. Tiktok has really the place where most of it happens though up to a couple thousand dollars if you actually show that the poke jabs your arm that can be extra and from time to time. One of them just goes so viral. Beautiful hopped up liaison. No i think she should get a little bonus. Very good hobby. Search when you need it. I'm hopped up on pfizer. And then this was a little longer with the whole dance routine. This is missy. Shot vacs and she has a whole whole thing with With with her Influence cash up on the party is the nation. We get immunity. Maybe the joe mind giving little antibody me at the lyrics three little over modulated but that's how it ended up on So good these guys are genius. And they really. They don't even know how smart they are by doing this. And it's always interesting that it's not disclosed as per. Ftc rules They're pouring this by the way. This is very getting galling every every show we do we keep bringing this up. We and the ftc does nothing. no why would they. This is to say made the rules. I mean if you want to say there's no rule do whatever you want. Go play what you want to take the money and run. That would be fine. But that's not what they said. People have been busted for for plugging stuff now just goes on just like the scientists felt that we didn't need a control group. We should vaccinate the people who received the placebo. These circumstances are a little different john. Sorry you don't see it that way. But they're making big big mistakes. I think they did. They still believe even though all the award shows. Have proven true that celebrities the traditional mainstream. Hollywood celebrities have no more influence. They are not the influencers they are not the ones who are influencing people to do things they could not do it during the lockdowns. They were not taken seriously. No one wanted to see them in their million dollar mansions telling him to stay home and We forgot that episode. Yeah and and and just look at the awards shows no one cares. There's no more industry around it. Could we care about. We care about the fitness models. Tiktok or on on instagram. We care about the Phaser girls on take this is this is what entertainment is you've lost it. Hollywood has lost and still still the traditional marketing over there at fis. They all well. Let's break listen. People we need some black people vaccinated bringing latifah. Where's the queen for too long black community health concerns of meeting under resourced under appreciated undervalued. Covid nineteen is highlighted deep racial and ethnic disparities across the united states but now hello people from all backgrounds the needed research especially are black communities be representing go to pfizer dot com slash clinical trials to learn more about our commitments and wintering. All communities are represented there could. So you got the queen's. It's like it's like night and day comparing the two methodologies. And i think this we hear the tick tock tick duck. Girls are up to date. It's happening sounds spontaneous. Hardly should is is is current is happening now. Today's sound today sound and you got this other thing. it gets worse for. It gets worse now if you could think of the perfect black pitch man according to hollywood mainstream. Who's the guy who can really tugged the heartstrings. Who's the man. Who can get black america to take this shot to have the poking their arm bill cosby. Who low close close. Close no man john legend. Of course dad borehamwood guys out our opportunity kobe. Nineteen is taken so much from so many but this is our shot turning to the faces and places we love and miss covid nineteen vaccines are renting. Show is walgreens with mrs. You know who know you so when you're ready they'll be ready to give it to you safely for this is a shot that's ringing our communities back together again providing healing about just for some but for all this is our. This is our show. This is our shot at reconnecting with the ones. We love with the huge. We've lost this is our very cute. The are shot. But but this idea that you go to the pharmacy. Even though it's people do it to get a shot. I just keep taking the guys. Grandma who went in the shot went into her bone well by now about half of all eligible americans have gotten the shot so we finally know at least half of all americans aren't stupid we just don't know which half yet we'll know in a couple of years probably but this is another failed marketing exercise. We had all these piano voice over together. We can do it. Our shot we. We were This was being thrown in our face incessantly during the lockdown all these corporations now walgreens has to go and get john legend. Please please now. I think detroit. They've got a kind of more pragmatic idea about it. About ten million americans are now getting vaccinated every day but that's down from a high of four million per day. Many cities are offering incentives. Destroyed is paying drivers fifty dollars for each person that that's how you do it. Come on get anybody's got unless idiots you just wait wait it out and take a hundred bucks and get the shot if you really want to get the shot. You got a question though How important is this shot really that they're paying you to take one three one thing they're paying you to take it okay. If you're gonna take it you must get paid but we still have doctor demure poster home the liar the liar of the of the county out there telling us what we need to do they just they just keep bringing a mac. It doesn't matter how many times he overstates something happening. Two and a half million dead. We're in the mouth of the monster. The hurricane is upon us. Vaccine clip for supply is outweighing demand. What's happening you know. We knew that this would happen eventually. When the vaccine i rolled out was the last mile getting the vaccine to the locations that needed to be so that it could be given to people and during that period we had many more arms wanted vaccine than accent was available. Now it's no longer the last mile it is solely down to the last inch getting the needles in people's armed the last inch. It's incredible so we talked a lot on the last episode about Women and their menstrual cycles reigniting being heavy severe. Clumping all kinds of stuff I am always surprised. Or maybe it's it's been in the past year. How many women and girls listen to this. Podcast i don't think it was like that in the past air. We always wasn't like it is now but we always had a higher audience women who listen to just all of a sudden they're coming out of the woodworks. Lots of reporting all similar here just to follow up on your porting about the weird period bleeding associated with vaccinations. I'm a labor and delivery postpartum nurse in the past month of taking care of several women who casually mentioned they were recently vaccinated and were admitted for preterm labor slash. Early ruptured membranes. This includes one woman who had a fever and broker water within twenty four hours of getting her second shot. She went onto delivery. Thirty-five week infant. Which is it's early in the issues This week this event could not be a coincidence. And the doctor even noted it on her h. and p. for him what's an h. and p. is a is a thing right on one of those. You like a tablet okay. Now i don't know why i've pregnant woman would get a shot in the first place. It just seems like because the medical community told them that it was safe. That's why most pregnant women when i've known women who are pregnant very cautious about just about anything yes but i don't think i can eat that sauerkraut well. Yeah but that's different this time around the you know they're being told. You really needed to keep your child safe. I mean this out. that's not a joke. So here's your something that's low. I i want to do a little counter programming here. All out of the blue. Amy goodman comes up with the story about you know all these all these ministration problems it might just be caused by tear-gas. Do you have a clip of this. I do. And i want you to listen to it carefully. Because there's a funny line in here guest story thomas. You've got a lot of clips here okay. Many medical researchers have found a link between police tear gas and abnormal menstrual cycles. Some nine hundred people exposed to tear gas during protests last year in portland oregon reported being affected with symptoms including increase cramping unusual spotting or increased bleed inc. And this is all of a sudden out of the blue Okay well and by the way. Something's listen to it carefully. Know what kind of coverage is increased. Crapping i was gonna make the joke but i knew what she said and i refrained and still. You took it home john. I'm proud of you. I was not going to be that juvenile seventeen minutes in which she says he said cramping crap. I did do a little bit of research and people have been sending me stuff and even even the menstrual synchrony as it's known is is not proven by any science The idea that no women who says the thousand years of experience every woman will tell you this. I know but if you look for any articles you know it's like well. It's the to the mcclintock. Mcclintock did a famous paper and and she's the one that said. Hey it looks like Women are synchronizing could be the fareham. Owns they exude to their armpits. Or the Pubic hair i think specifically and that's just always kind of been pushed off as well. Maybe two i couldn't find any proof for it but somehow plays into The now debunking Down to terms that we don't know and this and i we need some real Experts on this we have the leucopenia. Yeah sure So the debunking of what is happening with women goes like this. That's a that's anti vaccine propaganda. You can't shed a vaccine and you know there's some people say it's prions is all these different things it's just not enough depri- on one is the one that's the farthest out word that come from. I don't know but it's it's all over now at the same time pfizer in their in their Clinical trials made very specific mention of Women and Adverse side effects. They would have coming into contact with women who had been vaccinated and either throw in or skin contact. So does that mean that you're getting through their skin or it's on your skin. You rub your nose that it didn't it doesn't say in the actual paper. It's hard to say other than anecdotally. A lot of people. I know have have witnessed this or know someone very close who who has had the same thing and we. I think we both liked what's her name Christine last northrop northrop now. Christiana christiana christine star thinks christiana so the clip custodian came across an earlier clip of hers. In when you just take into. We have to play this. 'cause you you can't say oh. I just played the stuff that i agree with. Here's what she was talking about I think in december of twenty twenty. This was a webcam chat. She was on an study but just is so well. But i always make time vaccine is like nothing. We've seen all my correct in that. That is correct. Nothing we have no experience with this at all. A nanoparticle is a tiny tiny tiny. Robots collects your biometric data. Your heart rate your breathing your relationships. What drugs for where you're going. Who are you going with. And sends that data up to the cloud and then they wanna use that data to at the very best. You know celine stuff like by the way. That's that is such a good answer. Like why do they want to do this. Usually the answer is to track. You control you. And she says now now. It's probably just to sell you stuff. That part i appreciate you got the right right. Reused come against better to at the very best selling stuff like know your every move so that they can send you emails to get whatever product but at the worst this one about connecting you to crypto currency so that we have a cashless society facial recognition the ability to control a whole ovulation and and there are aspects of this. That are very notorious. Which is that with. Five g then rolled out which is being down in some places sh sixty gigahertz and that That vibration that radiation can literally adversely affect the hemoglobin in our bodies. Making it very hard to be oxygenated looked like happening by the way in china the beginning also new york city where people would come in unable to a blue unable to get enough oxygen and then they were put on respirators killed upper necessary so individually. All of these pieces are interesting to look up when you string it all together like that this taking nuts. I don't wanna say she's nuts. I will come on. So i don't know if there by the way let's go over the five g sixty. That's not not extolling. Roy wants it can't be can barely penetrate your skin to the problems that you have with it. In terms of dangerous health is that possibly causes cataracts or other corneal issues. Because his right on the surface of the key heat. You're skiing out. Does it go into your body. Can't get in there and it's not gonna do anything the technologically. Well the only thing it all mad thing to say the only thing i would say is that the other side of five g is what you have in your pocket. Not so sure next year balls. Yeah i'm not so sure. I'm good thing happened about that. I think that that's probably a bigger problem. Is what the five g. Handset is doing and what i have in my pockets. A couple of nichols phone is in the drawer downstairs. Now let's just. Let's just stay with some of this. We have to look at. We still need to look at this thing as a bio weapon and a lot of people Sent me to a different pieces of information. Reminding me about things that we've discussed one is That you recall. The dutch embassy sent out a note. That said okay if you have had the pfizer or modern vaccines or any western vaccine. You're not allowed to go into china to that was sent back to me is hey you know. Maybe they know what's going on with this vaccine and so That's why people who had been vaccinated by these whatever they are not allowed back in. That order is actually since been rescinded links in the show notes showing that you are allowed to enter china. If even if you've had Western vaccine including zimmer during the so that's not it. There was an slew of articles around august of twenty twenty Where scientists working on a self Transmitting vaccines and i guess. A couldn't really come up with a big magazines like science nature. And i someone must have sent out a press. Release at the time tang. Oh you know we can have these these vaccines vaccinate people on site. Maybe that's in there. I don't know possible. And then there's the obvious Which is bill. Gates's is involved somehow and one of our producers said. Hey bill was talking about this at the munich. Security conference back in twenty seventeen and i went and pulled the clip and immunity security conferences. We're all douche bags of the world in the military industrial complex. Get together to do cookers and blow and signed some orders by. Yeah i will buy some of those from you and dr bill. For some reason he was there. You can't think it's just a coincidence. We also a new threat that the next epidemic has good chance of a region even on a computer screen of a terrorist intent on using genetic engineering to create a synthetic version of the small pox virus or a contentious contagious and highly deadly strain of flu. So the point is that we ignore the strong link between how security and international security at our peril whether it occurs by the quirk of nature. The hand of a terrorist epidemiologists shelter their models that respiratory sped. Pathogen would kill more than thirty million people and less than a year and there is a reasonable probability of that taking place in the years. Ahead coincidental a could be what you mean now. Bill doesn't show up somewhere by getting back in the nineteen eighties era writing novels about. But this is bill gates closer in team. Yeah but it's not as though it was not in the area in the win that thought was floating around and gates came up with. I think he's late to the party to be honest about it. What do you mean late to the party. I like i said there are books written about it papers. People talked about this in the eighties. But he's the one making money on it. Oh he's and he's not making money in anything to get. It makes money. That's what he does. But i'm just saying twenty seventeen isn't all that long ago to be saying it could be a deadly version of the flu. I just think it's a coincidence. Oh wow oh you should join the surgeon general. Listen concern reaching those who haven't yet received a shot. This is an all hands on will be that extent we all chip in so i thought he said we all get chicken. We gotta chip-in man chip-in chip in cheated and yeah instead of three dollars chip in now. You gotta chip and get get the jab chip in by the way if you want to go under his spiracy things so since we're you know we're still doing the poppy thing i bugged man and you know i've been bitching about. This tip is all began a year ago. The constant showing of people getting shots and you said it was the desensitized by the desensitizing them to shooting heroin. I think that's exactly what we what we discussed. of course the. The pharmaceutical industry is around us in everything. Everything everything they touch is death and destruction. Of george floyd opioids that's all destruction. It's and it comes. From the pharmaceutical companies. Their the opioid went by all of that during the lockdown. No one really talked about it but they were big big lawsuits big convictions. No one goes to jail. Big fines paid. No one talks about it. Because the same people by off the media who this is the the never ending story of no agenda and many people Who probably weren't listening at the time. But we brought back twice the nineteen seventy nine sixty minutes Documentary one time. You did it. And then i brought it back thinking. It was new. But we actually. We had played this About five years ago. I think maybe even during a swine flu or sars one of the two it's a classic classic at keeps coming ready to play. Well i have a clip that we typically don't play from it which someone sent to me. And i and i i appreciate it all you gotta play. This has all the clips and we've kind of played that a million times but Call back to celebrities and promoting the jab. Well that's not all that new as part of informing americans about this wine flu threat. Dr sensor cdc also helped create the advertising to get the public to take the shot. Happy read to you from one of your own agencies. Memo's planning the campaign to urge americans to take the shot. This wine flu vaccine has been taken by many important persons wrote example president ford henry kissinger elton. John muhammad ali. Mary tyler moore rovner af walter. Cronkite ralph nader. edward kennedy et cetera et cetera. true I'm not familiar with that particular piece of paper. But i do know that at least that group president ford to take the vaccination. Did you talk to these people beforehand to find out if they planned to take did not did anybody. I do not know. Did you get permission to use their names and your campaign. I do not know mary. Did you take a swine. flu shot. No i did not. Did you give them permission to use your name saying that you had or we're going to absolutely not never did. Did you ask your doctor about taking this one shot at the time. He thought it might be a good idea But i resisted it. Because i was leery of having the symptoms that sometimes go with that kind of inoculation so you didn't know i didn't have you spoken to your doctor. Said yes and he's delighted that i didn't take that shot. I'd never heard that part with the celebrities. I didn't either just mary tyler moore. She's like no just use my name. This just reset it. S pretty outrageous. They were already powerful then and notice that she didn't say i sued them over that or i objected there was. I think this was in the seventy. i think. Seventy six seventy six yup and Which is the first swine. Flu trial balloon. And it's up didn't hear this original big clip. It turned out that the whole thing was the giants scam and these shots were. There was a trial run. I think they didn't. They tried to the swine flu again. During our era of the no agenda show the agenda era and You know they keep you know to keep working on this. They've got it down now and i think they've bits five showed showed the way well. There was some counter programming and it was from a local nashville news. A program and here is the story. Brandy parker mcfadden is confined to her hospital bed at vanderbilt. He walked right less than twenty four hours. After receiving her second pfizer. Kovic shot explains. She lost her ability to move from her shoulders down. I thought maybe if anything. I'd probably get like flu. Like symptoms because already kovin. But i've never been in a million years. Thought i would never be able to get up and go to the bathroom or in walk the room or i've been hugging my kids. The usually active mother of three is speaking out not with the intent of causing fear. Not saying don't get your vaccine. I'm just saying that. Couvert really real and still really knew she continues including the vaccine which is why she feels that any possible adverse side effect should be investigated even if it is extremely rare. There's been i don't know how many people have been vaccinated invent fine right but we have to tell everything. Otherwise we will get nowhere in this. Thing of cohen wow. I can't believe they did that. And they did reach out to pfizer for comment. In the meantime brady is focused on the positive. I have gotten some movement my toes which is a she will start intensive physical therapy this week. Alex tennis news two. We reached out to pfizer. The company spoke to us by phone. They said they are closely monitoring side effects and released a statement that read in part to date more than two hundred million people around the world vaccinated with our vaccine. It is important to note that serious adverse events that are unrelated to the vaccine on four hundred eighty likely to occur at a similar as they would in the general population as she just. Your body was defective young lady. We're sorry it's your body your body your prob your body your your fault. It's unrelated to reset that. I say we reach out to pfizer for more advertising money. So i think that's kinda start happening by the way. That's the way the media operates so it was phenomenal to see four different publications with the following type story atlantic magazine. The hot person vaccine the internet has decided that pfizer is significantly cooler than moderna. That's an atlantic hundred. Technology has fallen from grace. That is pandering to an extreme. That whole article needs to be at. It's unbelievable but it doesn't surprise me. Atlantic which is owned by laurent jobs and is run by a bunch of liberal douche bags. It's horrible magazine. The whole article is worth reading and in the bottom line is and from the atlantic. The problem is white republicans. That's the problem. That's why we're all gonna die because what it says it's usa. Today did the same thing. White republicans and all of a sudden. This is highly politicized. I think we identified from the get go. How the media was politicizing this. Let's go to the next one slate magazine. How pfizer became the status. Vacs the double dosed visor elites insist. They're joking not everyone is so sure you see. This is this. I think is native advertising from pfizer as a slate is the washington post. Get sherwin knows. Beyond who. News from nbc. They're republished only hot people. Get the pfizer vaccine. Vaccine rivalries descend onto tiktok alot pfizer marketing and the final. One is the new york times when vaccines become an internet personality test. If you have the pfizer you're cool. You're happening you're good. Because that's where the money is the rise native average it has to be native youth all over the top not to be What was this one. This was this also from the atlantic On this is from usa today not today. The today show people wear full show the today show today today as the today show. Yeah yeah the. Today's show people wear black ball. Bear ballgowns black tie to get vaccines quote biggest event of my lifetime. Propagate this stuff on a shit it starts to work. Yeah this this was. Oh this was actually the one you want to get the vaccine to fight fogo which is fear of going out as a new one. You see fight fogo with the backs. This is the atlantic article. That was so agree. Just what was this one the Do fogo my yoga. The anti vaccine influencers who are merely asking questions and this is a pretty much about tucker. Carlson i would say. They got a real hard on him. Do they hate him. Oh my gosh. They want him so so gone so gone. All right. let's Let's go to our favorite topic What is happening in india in this clip is related by the way. Do you have a run down. I want to get out of the way. Well let me let me do the intro clip and then you get. Your rundown is growing fear and desperation thousands of australians tonight. Either the government's threat to jail or fine anyone who tries to come home from india the treasurer in as a temporary measure. But it's left many feeling abandoned in a country where the crisis is only deepening india today recorded more than four hundred thousand new covert cases. It wasn't that long ago in. Australian passport was like gold a guarantee of protection boss as of last night even australian citizen in india tries to come home how government. He's threatening still. Lock them up. We need to put in place. They secure measures with respect to people coming from india. Australia new travel is forbidden near as the country faces a covert catastrophe. Try to get around the ban by transiting through other countries face five years jail seeks thousand dollar fine or both a measure up never imposed win the us or uk. We're in a similar bars. I play that just to show the severity of the global system coming together to make this sound really bad with a lot of cases cases all right but let's say you discuss that to an experimental This pathetic the clip. you just played. The australian should be up in arms. Yeah look what. What's the value of your citizenship australian citizenship. If they lock you out of your own country well. they've locked. They lock people up in their own country too. So i think they already kind of figured out what the value is i mean i. I have only two clips regarding this so you do whatever you want to buy my mike webster about india and the also saying that mike cases case mike lips india to. That's what i'm saying. Oh that's run down is pretty good. You're gonna have get a kick out of this is Covid india update one. India's recorded thirty five hundred new corona virus status it record three hundred eighty six thousand new confirmed cases as the world's second most populous nation faces a catastrophic collapse of its healthcare system with hospitals running out of beds and oxygen. Is this issue on the telescreen where she's reporting. And we're all nodding. Yes amy. we believe public. Health officials fear the true death toll is far higher residents feared. The worst is yet to calm to. The situation is horrific absolutely terrible. According to what. I see everyone is afraid. Every single person people are afraid that if i'm talking to a person may won't get to talk them tomorrow or in the near future. Death toll is two hundred thousand today. Kicking up to four hundred thousand or even a million. Everyone is terrified right now across the country. The environment is a fear. Delhi residents pathetic over here. We don't even have oxygen cylinders or parts. the indian writer daddy. Roy writes in a new essay quote. The system hasn't collapsed. The government has failed. Perhaps failed is an inaccurate word. Because what we are. Witnessing is not criminal negligence but an outright crime against humanity. She wrote a woman. She's a communist communist troublemaker in india and she's anthony mody. She hates mody and she hates mody. Like all the communists do and all the lefties and all socialists so-called socialists and so amy pulls a quote from her out of the blue being amy being a communist purposes. We're listening to communist report. So they're not gonna give his communist communism now of communism now should be communism now the communist report the war and communism report. So let's play now. Partouche goes dula international rap. And you want to hear a few. Those love to the total number of confirmed covid cases across the globe has now topped one. Hundred fifty million. This comes as corona virus stats are also soaring across america which recorded more than a third of global cova deaths las week as it faces a major vaccine shortage thursday argentina recorded five hundred sixty one new deaths its highest daily death toll since the start of the pandemic colombia peru and uruguay guay are experiencing a new surge. In cases. and brazil's official death toll has topped four hundred thousand the second highest in the world behind the united states. Oh man it's it's the perfect storm you got mody who a lot of people from the outside. Hate not the least of reasons because he was a trump lover We've got Pfizer who in cahoots hoots with bill gates wants india to buy the pfizer vaccine not give them the intellectual property to create it in any generic fashion without paying for it You also have china next door with their investments in pakistan just want india dead and pakistan might want that to so this is a it's a it's a tri factor is beautiful. It's a winner his hip. It's a big win. The us to here in the us evening. And thank you for joining us on this busy friday. We're going to begin tonight with breaking news. The biden administration says it is banning travel to the us from india with the coronavirus crisis. There are now spiralling out on the air new infections in india which is a key us ally in are not famous cases infections reached more than three hundred eighty six thousand in just the past twenty four hours with so many people now sick and with so many variants of covid nineteen circulating there. The cd nuts case. You thank you for saying it's cases. This is louise's cash. Pcr tests not even appropriate for testing your liar nora with so many people now sick and with so many variants of covid nineteen circulating there. The cd ended. The travel ban. Had a fear that new strains of the virus could make it into the us. And obviously you know the. Us is in on this gag. Give them any of our any of our intellectual property. No no no. No that will not happen. So we're just contributing to throw. Just let's throw something on top. I'm only gonna give you a minute of the cnn. Fear porn video now again. There's over a billion people who live in india too. When you hear two hundred people died even deli it. More people die in delhi on a daily basis from other things. It's you know you just have to look at in proportion those numbers never given to you because that would that wouldn't. It wouldn't be fun to tell you that it's zero point zero zero zero four percent of the population so they put they put this guy at a where they would. I think they call a mass crematorium site. So there's i don't know maybe eight fires burning behind him. Which is how they cremate people in india and he's just standing there and Well this is a horribly standing in front of fires of burning humans. That's the idea please. Let's warn our viewers about these disturbing images you're about to see we think of crematoriums operating in some indian cities around the clock and colleagues at one of them in new delhi. We can just say behind your solar many piles burning it. Just give us a sense of what you're saying and again this is eighty woman who doesn't even know how it'd be. People burn people different. We bury people differently in other countries surprise lady. She's like the bodies. Burning cable thrones as the might find some of these images disturbing Let me just in this area alert. It's about the size of three quarters of a football pitch. There are close to fifty pires burning. This crematorium believed it will probably process about one hundred and fifty bodies today There's estimated officials about six hundred people dying every day. Here in new delhi but the truth of the matter is the numbers must be much higher and this crematorium joy q. Before they can be seen this. This is funny. I hear in new delhi but the truth of the matter is the numbers must be much higher and this why because they be higher because that's what they always say they're lying. Don't focus on that focus on the funny part coming right after that people dying every day here in new delhi but the truth of the matter is must be much higher and this crematorium the dead actually have to join a q. Seen before they can the dead. Have to join a huge. Hey zombie getting line be given the last rites the people accompanying them have to take ticket. But you would see the doctor or getting a bank appoint mental and then they will be brought out to one of these locations d which is a butter like oil substance poured on the word piled on top and they given the last rites ain't that's how they beat yes. I'm gonna give you a clip of the day because that clip is so weird glib now we have to Boots on the ground reports to put it into some context from our producers. We have more than two producers in india we we have doubled arc's to call the help. Well we have. We have doubled our producer coverage at two four. Now we have two more. Come and let's see. This is our producer responding into requests for boots on the ground report media cases and interesting these the indians they do like to put things in outline format with little heads and sell pads and i appreciate that cases cases all over the country spiked at the beginning of april how the whole country sees despite around the same time is beyond me however the same status last time where i am led the tally. We have twenty eight states very soon. The best managed state during the previous spike started spiking. These are the national capital and its surrounding states known as the national capital region. The ncr the main difference. This time is there are a lot more hospitalizations given our population. Hospitals are reporting that there are no more covert beds key. Term co vid beds. We've learned that when they say there's no more covert beds. It doesn't mean they're out of hospital beds. It's just the beds. They set aside for covid. John typically ten percent. Ten to thirty percent of their beds at the high pending. Unwary us nowadays. It could be as you'd like five beds in it. Hospil as our producer continues reporting very weak on. How many covert beds we have. But we're out of covid bets reason for spread this is gonna sound so familiar political rallies are this is our producers is really mody likes to put on a big trump style rallies one of them and was blown away by the fact that there were there in a soccer stadium and there's one hundred thousand people and trump was actually jealous politicians have been out and about holding campaign rallies with thousands of people especially modine mody blatant flouting of reopening rules now. This is your rule follower thing. No one seems to be following the limitations set in place to open up businesses and avoid lockdowns. My state is back into lockdown treatment. All the groups are rife with requests to source remdesivir and totalism Talks eliza mob does t osa what the hell is toxic map let. Let's look it up for a second talks. It's t. o. c. I l. is e. m. a. b. which is oh that may be just another version of remdesivir. I guess ivermectin. Let's see what it is. It's an emmy immuno suppressive drug from laroche suppresses site side kind storm okay. Sounds right apart from these medicines. Oxygen and oxygen concentrator blood plasma from previously infected individuals are the next most requested is hospitals are reporting shortage of oxygen and these medications now. Vaccinations this is where it gets interesting. Vaccinations are on for all people. Above the age of eighteen however most locations are out of any brand of any vaccines the two main ones we were using or cove. Covy shield and kovacs in that. Covy shield is the Is the walla. Puna families version of the astrazeneca vaccine. We have a massive distribution setup already in place but now we have no vaccine supplies. You see what they're doing. This is one of the main points being used to call for mody to resign. It's the same. Thing is trump vaccination centres literally in every urban locality. I have one right outside my apartment complex and for the last few months. Vaccinations were going. On very smoothly across the country. Friends and family were reporting getting their first shot and some getting their second but now most of the second doses are struggling to find supply. So that's pfizer by the way if pfizer moderna. That's that's not astrazeneca. So people in india you're being played. And here's the second. That's our producer on. I will mention his name just to make sure our other producers sent in that All of the areas where we have spikes the local officials at the beginning of april and some even in march stopped handing out the ivermectin z. Pack kits that you and i saw received photos of they stopped handing them out to people and now all those areas have spikes in cases the ivermectin stories. Come up a couple of times. Did the doctors aren't prescribing. And you're right. It's a handout is a dollar pack. Yeah yeah that'll do it. Yes exactly motive. Pull pull the plug on on the treatment or they've prophylaxis what it is yes so being played it seems that way i mean all the reporting is as suspicious as ever. We've it's the same script. It's the same type of scenario We've got political things going to work to get rid of trump. Did so why not get rid of. Get rid of balser. They're having more trouble in. Brazil was going to get rid of bolsonaro. Get rid of these guys and put some good globalist guys in there. We know that they run the place. Good globalist people in their exactly as only really one question. I have for our president here in the united states is what now joe you promise it. In the first day. I'm inaugurated to say i'm going to ask the public for one hundred days to mask just one hundred days to mask forever. One hundred days and i think we'll see a significant reduction if occur that everything that occurs with vaccinations and masking to drive down the numbers considerably. These we are past one hundred days. We did it. Everybody masks off time to reopen. Not going to happen face masks required committed trump. Oh wait a minute. They did away. Midday didn't they. Keep bringing him up in news they have to. Have you seen the ratings the ratings. it's it even fox is down surprisingly fox down. Not all that much but the Cnn msnbc The nightly newscasts all really Down thirty thirty five forty percent is it's pretty drastic so they have to start bringing trump up. It's all they got. What else if they really don't. They don't have much on january six. They don't have any real people to point to except for the shaman. Guy you know. They have no visuals. They've got no orangemen to to put in front they. They need something that. I think this is about all that. They've got mean they could have more fun with biden than they do their. Let the new current story. This is off the cova topic. I think we're done Yeah we're done. This is the current trump story. That's floating around as the clip. That says cripes back in the united states. The inspector general of the agency for international development has criticized the trump administration's politicization of humanitarian aid for venezuela in a new report. The watchdog said the white house is pushed to deliver aid to the venezuelan. Border in two thousand and nineteen was driven more by the administration's desire for regime change than based on the actual needs of venezuelans. The report said that trump administration used the aid as a quote key tool to elevate support for the us back opposition leader. Juan guido and that decisions were made to reinforce. Why does credibility Her that's it. S that brings everything. Yeah now make sad trump bad orange fan but we already know his badge. So what's the point They're actually might be something. That was quite bad. The trump did That we're feeling the effects of and this is regarding the chips that we seem to have a shortage of for mainly automobiles. But it's there other shortages now popping up in one of our producers has been in the semiconductor industry for almost twenty years. Most of that being in the fab. And i'm just gonna read is note. The fab is the cleanroom where the chips are fabricated. returned to the usa. From china. i want. You know that in china especially wuhan. The chip manufacturing is expanding. Wuhan will be site of the world's largest memory fab once why. Mtc is fully built out. That's gangs e memory technologies corporation in shanghai. My main client was s. m. I see once. Sms was placed on the restrictive list by the trump administration. My work in china was severely limited. Imagine a fab trying to keep high volume production with no support from a materials elian research and other us equipment manufacturers. A snl is dutch company. I'm sure they are restricted as a us ally how much this plays into the world's chip shortage. I'm not sure it did. Impact my work in china so much so that i had none The chip maker under this is so this is Sms's shares. Of course they were delisted. They moved delisted from the new york stock exchange and moved moved the otc q x and they announced on december fourth. Twenty twenty that. It was added to the list of chinese military companies by the us department of defense in the us persons will be restricted in their dealings in its traded securities etc. So is it possible that some of these restrictions have led indirectly to this chip shortage. That we're seeing that it's something you'd blame on trump. I mean things have to be done a mustang claiming it on him but but it was an unintended consequence that you know the a lot of these restrictions are still in place and probably no one's looking at him but could be i mean i i'd have to. I have people in the chip business. I know very well and i'll talk about. I've i've never thought to ask anybody. What the hell's going with this chip shortage. It just could easily as easily be. The chinese putting the squeeze on us and here is a note from one of our producers. Who's in the automotive industry. And this could have some good tips in here for you. Producers producers has developed national incentives for major manufacturer This is a very real problem. Only the tip of the iceberg talking about the chips we're on the precipice of huge production cuts for most manufacturers and my company is planning on rolling back our incentives. I'm most models starting next month to reduce sales for supply. Shortages microchips are only part of the problem. they're also major shortages of foam seats resin used in plastics and nylon that are currently all or will soon be causing many to scale back production in a big way for microchips. One of the main suppliers had a fire at the factory in japan other microchip makers don't want to sell to automotive because it's not as profitable as phones this very significant disruption that have not seen in the ten plus years. I've been in the industry. If any producers are thinking of buying a new car in the next six months. I do it today because the incentives are going down across the board for almost all manufacturers. We're seeing high demand from people that put off purchasing. During the pandemic everyone getting stimulus checks and strain supply from production cuts. Also since people can't buy a new house due to the out of control prices and that sector they will turn to the next biggest purchase a car and if biden decides to do something as stupid like cash for clunkers to well that would be like pouring gasoline on an already out of control fire. I know agenda buying tip by your new car. Now wow about that. That's that's that's a good note. It sounds like some oil products or in. This is where you got to think about. You don't want oil. you wanna green you. Don't you're screwed. You get nothing you get no seats. You get no foam seats and all that stuff. That's all petroleum product. Yeah you get no dash petroleum product and nylons petroleum product. All of it people don't realize that when they want to stop oil part of it goes to gas my goodness my goodness and keep it coming producers. That's the kind of stuff that we need to hear more of food. Guess that's interesting well That would mean for the market. The shifting is is is more As probably more complicated than the simple memory shortages koreans pick up the slack for a lot of that stuff more complicated that there's probably some nefarious action going on there. I think it's complicated. Gonna you're gonna find good. I've i'll find out exactly what it is. It'll be complicated. it'd be my column. Oh another sub stack with more buying tips then with that. I'd like to thank you for your courage. They in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in delhi crematorium ladies and gentlemen john c. Divorce look little early today bitch about the show being too long. It is too long. I'm john seattle in the morning to you. Mr marshall graphene near subs in the water rights. 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We haven't played that for awhile actually. Okay thanks bye. E leading late stephanie. We mutt we. Must and we will but about that. You will obey. You will obey. You will obey stay. Woke jobs jobs jobs and jobs. That's karma the next mark hardwick. I have no note for market worries from missouri. Three dollars and thirty three cents. Yeah nothing from the for me. Either on that par get nothing. You know And onward to Tomek samson in amarillo. Texas right in your neck of the woods. Three thirty three thirty three. You want to read that notice on page grief. John please find my long overdue executive producer ship. I trust that qualifies for deducing. Spend do this first of many donations for the many hours of thoughtful entertainment mental stimulation and for the work. You both do youtube. 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But i didn't get that before today this morning and it should. It didn't have this subject. Line of donation wasn't pulled out Actually you re. We'll maybe get to it. I'll look for them later. Maybe watch if send it to you and to me it would show up a these things. I just don't have it. I mean if i don't have to use the If you use the subject line donation. Because i do a search at like five hundred emails a day so it's easier to search subjects And so when. I see donation i put him. I send those all the eric and they get into spreadsheet as opposed this showing up late remy goater cute kotor from four birth in the netherlands. Three hundred and thirty. Three deer podfather and pod. Pope is dame drive for my blistering hot wife and soon to be game. Bam bam of the sweet woods. I keep hearing how you don't know a lot of people that had a hard time with the with the see though corona virus a little boots on the ground then i had a pretty rough time dealing with the bilateral pneumonia march and april year. Which had me down with fever for about five weeks almost all the time. I thought i'd get out of it with great care of my keeper and i did back in june. I was back on. The molly. Felt protesting the scandalous lockdown measures. That's in front of the the the hague near the government. Now for some long hauler info. I was one five months later. I was still struggling with post viral chronic fatigue syndrome. Pvc f s which took me out in narcolepsy state. Once or twice a week. I have that every night man on the couch. Ivan narcan lifting state. I still end up going to the infamous. Hce cue doctor in holland he measured high amounts of sitra lean in my urine indicating asif indication of my motto. Chandra the fuel cells of the of the body nothing unusual after severe viral infection. He said like almost dead battery. I would have only about ten percent of my energy of the start of the day. I was given eight gazillion Units vitamin d and b twelve injections for about twelve. Two weeks then all sorts of pills to reset some kind of no cycles long story short long or no more even for this kind of aftermath there is a treatment love and lit keep schmeling that special foam finger number one and at an avocado. You are the best. That i found the jeffrey moser note the jingles. No i just want to say. That's our dutch names at and john carroll okay i can't trillion snow's good katerina. Giancarl down there you go. Jeffrey moser rights are we to depression mac and cheese flying off the shelves and then he sends me a wall street journal article about it. Yeah about heinz. In particular signs kraft heinz is making more catch and mac and cheese. I guess it was just an informational note. Thank you we have. Of course been tracking the mac and cheese for about ten years the the macintosh mission. We could have had a a mac and cheese tip sheet by this point mac and cheese economic indicator Another exit strategy. That has passed us by. Yeah we screwed up three hundred and thirty three dollars from addison. The ceo shit post from chesterfield missouri. No agenda social adam. John was acting weird on my mobile browser last week and turned a three thirty three thirty three donation into one hundred thirty three dot. Thirty three. It's been damned too long since i've donated. Forgive podfather i have sinned. No agenda social is the best thing to happen to social media in recent memory. Even when i let it sit for several days. I can always jump back in and the time line is perfect. The responses are on point. And no one's an asshole just pure federated community brilliant Shared this please. At the general at no agenda social dot com. i've had more business connections. Come from any s which is short for no agenda social calm than i ever did from lincoln here. That jump doesn't surprise me. It was time to spark up your linked in check to to troll people on no agenda social. Did explain again while you should have your hot woman on no agenda on lincoln. Have her open an origin of social account. Hot woman on in the one that you that you're pretending to be. Oh all her her her. Yeah yeah. I should log in going. What other douche bags have been hitting on her. Addison continues I believe in working with freethinking people going forward into the great reset as always producing douche bags alike. Take thirty three percent off. Eagles dot com. Cbd with the code. No agenda and hit me up on any s for any discussion about commerce cannabis or shit posting. Obviously thanks for building the best community of reasonable people online in twenty twenty one. Federate we much no jingles. No karma just positivity in love cer- addison. Ceo should post and pile thank airliner once again for being these steward of no agenda social Who keeps running from his bat cave than we really appreciate the work he does. Well sir max powers. The baron of the state of jefferson came in with route thirty three dollars in a note which i have right here. Actually have the actual. Hey guys thank you. For the years of info sane meant please credit this donation to my mom to her damehood. She's a fantastic woman. Who did her very best raising us. Wild kids. I love her dearly. Even know we drove each other crazy at times. Love you mom. Here's an idea for a vacation show. I would love to hear a crackpot slash buzzkill deep dive discussion into professor head. The whole history college years this network. Tv but hold on a second. Is there a request for us to work for an extra-special show put in more work. If he's making he's he's having under the assumption making some and some are not correct. Let me finish of yes. 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I associate executive producer up the road about an hour and a in waco texas two eighty two thirty five john anatomy in the morning after several months of trying to come up with a dame name so i could join the lustrous roundtable. It finally came to me. Please accept this. Donation and decree me is dame nancy. The road trip girlfriend at the roundtable. I would like brendan's sweet marguerita. The sampler platter with hobby niro chili tamales and tamales enchiladas enter status from the texas chili parlor. Really we'll have no room for the mutton and mead please send some exit strategy screaming dogs karma so i can be more of a road trip girlfriend and less of an eight to five slave especially now that all the vaccinated zombies are going to harm. The rest of us were their bodily secretions. Thank you for your courage for producing the best podcast in the universe. Thank you for producing the best in the universe. It's a mouthful but we'll get it for you. 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This interesting that it would come in as city. He has a note to have actual paper here too short story. I told him jingles foul cheese. Goodbye left nut build back better passing to my ex iraq. Thank you for letting me listen to the show. Even though i don't have a podcast. It's a joke somehow. I don't get it. When i'm asked if i have the vaccine i smile sadly and say my middle is too small and that's all i don't have any more of the note that's it. I like anyone has the sorry. That's okay we'll just do a good night left nut thin down on the burdens one. Shoot blinded loyalty once for a nice beyond your free Classics classics here today. This story was there wasn't the best story but it's a good story. You're up i started. This is from a second. This is from hot shot from jericho new york hotshot to three thirty three. I started listening after. Adam joined joe rogan that i knew i had to give the show. Listen when adam tried talking about the digital currency and joe wouldn't let adam talk about it. I found myself screaming out loud. Demetrio let me hear about the digital currency. While i'm on vacation. I saw there was a meet up in the area. I knew i had to go. It was refreshing to interact with people who see what is happening all around us and we had a great time together. I'd like to thank sir joe. Swail night the swallow night for calling me out at myrtle beach. Meet up for being a douche bag. It was the push i needed to finally donate. He said he heard us rogue knights or generous. So i'd like to donate to. Oh three thirty three to help. Keep that up. Please deduce the various clips. You play and comment on are by far the best news source i've encountered in recent memory the Malcolm of the news clips truly is amazing and condenses hours and hours of research. I'd have to do on my own into just a handful of entertaining hours here. That john we're like we're like we're like the juice. Squeezer ridder reader's digest of podcasts. I don't know if i'd take that title. But i wish i'd have heard of the show sooner. That way wouldn't have taken me as long to see the light. You have become an integral part of my weekend and show me when you took your well-needed vacation the thank you missed us. Please call out. Suraj as a douchebag needs to pony up some cash for hours of listening since being hit in the mouth and i'd like to request karma as i attempt to move from new york to the myrtle beach area to escape the zombie. Mob that now inhabits the city if anyone needs a certified public accountant. I'm looking to start expanding tax side practice that way. I can put my grueling job in an accounting firm and become my own boss as my as my full time job. I'm no agenda. Socialized shot at hotshot. If you'd like to get in contact with me much appreciated advanced. Please play the beginning of john episode. Thirteen forty one bunny hugging. Well hold on a second. I don't have that i'm sorry. That's you're asking me to edit stuff from from show What else is undocumented. So scary boj ayden and what else. Full load okay. I'm sorry i was prepared for that. any other. And the karma go guy says to wear masks who says that boakye give you the whole lows giant in your skin. I don't know if he needs. It doesn't need to carbon you've got carmax wasn't prepared imprinted. The in their missed it. Gus van poppel in norway. Two hundred dollars and thirty three cents. adam dutch so my name is pronounced gust as in the words rust. Our is released. Goose trust fist. Okay hello adamant. John go podcasting. This week i learned that a good debt. Good faraway friend of mine was diagnosed with cancer. Year ago is a. She has beaten the cancer during her year long treatment but is now recovering and waiting for the last test results. That will inform her whether she will ever recover to her old self completely since she chose to keep her illness. A secret for most people She does not know that. I'm aware of what's going on. I'm only in the new. Thanks to a mutual friend. Who contacted me. Feel we're breaching trust here can can contact me but i feel i should respect my friends decision to deal with this in her own way. Even so i felt. I had to do something so i want to kindly request an f. cancer carmen. A whole bunch of rtd to health karma so the universe can work its magic. Thank you for the great work you guys do. And greetings from norway. of course. of course. We'll try that. You've got karma of leak detection and ozone hole migrant mitigation in new york hundred dollars and one cent jingles no karma. Thanks for keeping my middle. A small cer- ted of leak detection ozone hole. Mitigation thank you games martin in beaverton oregon two hundred planning on moving to dallas in july and looking for some jobs karma always love a noodle jingle to know. Thank you for courage way. The mud cheese locked in busy jobs jobs and jobs. That's john knight of saint. Patrick patron saint of engineers in a hieber springs. Arkansas two hundred dollars sent a note. Found knows where. I don't know where it went these Okay and that's it. sorry sir. John's Email note next time or this time and they will read it dead when it comes in as it make good. You have a make good from sir. Dave puzo didn't show up on our on our spreadsheet. He says that was a bit bummed. That my no gut mangled by the back office and his transferred to the spreadsheet. The first half of with details of my vivid dream was entirely. Missed if it's not too much to ask. would you mind doing a make. Good read on the next show. Okay here we go. This is the divorce you should read this. It's a divorce dream donation. You need to do this. I don't have it is this is a guy. Then it's divorce. Act dream donation. As i woke up in the morning to a dream when i visited the no agenda clubhouse the actual structure not some lame o online audio chat and way better than the brick twig house. Hanging out with you guys. John show me the finer points of killing someone with a twelve inch. Bowie knife you see. John explained to me the this is. His dream is his dream. Not nightmare dream. You see as john explained to me. The trick is not to stick him in the belly and cut upward. Because then you have to saw through all those internal organs instead he explained he should always angle upwards to penetrate the heart directly with the killing blow. I'm so happy that we read his saudi arabia too long and then he does. He actually want me to play in the morning. Supposed apparently johnson of work is not just a wine connoisseur. Cosco devotee and man about town but stone killed a stone. Cold killer to boot. What else did you learn. An air quality inspector. perhaps mic is now too small. Because i'm pretty sure this dream should have been disturbing still figuring out our future but rumor has it. That word of our mass sacking has reached the ears of mb s muhammad bin salman himself and would W- would want be the guy that made that decision by replaced. Downtown nicknamed chop chop square cheers. Fellow thank you for your courage and a karma once again wayne being stuck there. You've got karma. Ooh and thank you to our executive producers and associate executive producers for episode. One thousand. Three hundred and forty-three could not do it without you. You are the producers. Take these credits display them. Proudly you could still still work on linked in. I hear the. There's cool chicks who will Who will follow your profile if you have no agenda title in there so that's worth consideration and if you'd like to help us out for the next program that's very easy. Go to our website and dot org slash. That'll be for thursday for today though. Thank you for your time your talent and your treasury for the knowledge of the show are formula is this we go out. People in the mouth got an important austin news briefly before we do that. I think we should read this note from the craze. As i described the crazy nutcase. Podcast or your girlfriend. Yes she wrote in. It is people. Don't use they clip. I played pro prior to the Christiana northrop clips about this this. She was reporting on facebook and some of the things he's been reading. It was kind of off the rails. That was kind of nutty. And i call her a nutcase. Podcast which i apologize for. But she didn't want didn't find fin find any offense. She thought it was great publicity. I'll read this short couple of sentences. You guys recent used a clip of my show rogue ways the episode titled strange cycles about women's reproductive health possibly being negatively affected by vaccines shedding. Thank you for the exposure actually. I'm not sure you mentioned me no to show name or put me on the show notes. No we did none of those things give it to at least give it. Give her a plug now. Did roadways of the podcast. But anyway i love so much to have you both on rogue way. Sometime i- livestream. Sundays in tuesday's at seven mountains. She goes on she also video pope. We can connect you guys do amazing work lots of love to you lynsey. Thank you lindsey. This is a trend that i don't like the trend is come on my podcast. Your asshole if you don't ever said no no no no not her but the idea of both of you should come on my podcast. No no we do a and we do the podcast together and another example. Which i thought was really nice always you. You're saying that went both of us on their times of had that never going to happen. But it's gotten one step worse as sir. Gene has a podcast or gene speaks. And he's yeah well but he's been interviewing a lot of the developers people around podcasting two point which is very appreciated and then and then he scheduled interview with my wife. Tina the keeper Which is okay now turns out. She had never actually been interviewed about herself anywhere anytime ever and i think she absolutely killed it. She has more more downloads of that show than twice as much than any show. Two gene has done. But now i get requests from. I won't say who but podcasts. Who say we want you and tina on. It's like no no. This is not going to happen. It's like this is my job. Hey you're a race car driver ones. Come over here and raise my car. Tell me a joke. Funny man comedian. She's like it. Takes a lot of time and effort. And i am very flattered really flattered but it's not it takes you know it's like there's a lot of work and i'll show many of these requests and if you don't do it then i can. I know people get even me talking about. This is a big case too. Good for a while. This is also true. It's just like oh. There's not enough time in the day to do all of this stuff. And i want you to do it before these other guys. We needed exclusive from you. Premium content for subscription. With early window to watch i have two notes from you. Millennials standing in line millennials parking. So there i've done my job. I'm your secretary of giving you your topics that you wanted. Meteorite down okay. I do want to mention something that happened to me. 'cause we've discussed this before it was cut number of years back. And then millennials came in and said. Yeah yeah you're right probably going on. Which is that if you see a long line. And somebody cuts in the line. The millennials in the line will do nothing about it. They won't bring it up. They won't talk amongst themselves which cookie think we should do again. You don't say anything. don't say anything. don't say anything. So that's the thing that was our old Means the newest one which somebody else brought up. I i think because. I know we've talked about a little bit about. It happened to me. i'm at grocery outlet. farmers market. Wait a minute. Wait the grocery outlet farmers market somehow sounds causes to go see outlet for addiction in many terms. Yes so it makes no sense. But he's used to be called. The dented canned company but does beside the much better. So you go. I had a big pile of stuff in my cart. Mostly just what you get up and sale so. I got a car full of car full. This is going to go out to get out of here. I turn and look right behind me. There's a girl with a bottle of wine. I look at my car becoming where we gotta wait. Wait wait wait. What was the bottle of wine. Surely you notice. I couldn't see the label. She had a kind of She polling tightly like a baby. And so i look at her and a bottle of wine i said is that all you got it. She said yeah. I said go ahead of me. No i no no no and this is the thing they won't they don't know how they liked me way way way way way way did you try again. You said no. Please really come on. Come on come on. I didn't go that far. But next time i will but i i could have begged journey going from me. I'm going to punch you. Met his a million things you could do. But no she was reluctant to just take. It's like a compliment. Some people can't take a compliment. Just take his suggestion. Move in front of me and get the hell out of there right. I mean don't you immediately. thanks man. that's really nice thank you. I've done it before i had. This happened in the same store. Different liners of black old. Black woman behind me same thing. She had a couple of items. I've said i motioned are ahead of me. She said thank you very much and goes right in front of me and take gets out of there and it's just strange. I find it very peculiar millennials to have these these these little issues that they like say. They're over socialized public situations. They're under socialized. No no no. No there are non-confrontational debate. I think i think the what you're seeing. There is is not under socialize. It it that is exactly. They're frozen in the headlights. It's like what what what and the looking at you and looking first of all. Okay i'm just going to. I'm your typical. I'm gonna say. This is the berkley area. Kind of millennial and and now this old white guy is addressing me first of all. I'm terrified because he's probably probably has white supremacist. Children were screwing their cousins. So i'm terrified as an old white guy. He might be straight. Which is the worst kind key. Speaking to me. So already like wha- and you have a mask which it's just all this is now a problem and to the grimacing behind that mask don't know what to do and then you're being kind it's gotta be. It's got these. He must be a republican now. That's okay man. Thanks it's oversocialized. Okay now the partner that was the main thing or the parking doesn't count. The parking is like you know this happened with my daughter. She's is a no parking sign that they put up on the alban on the street. She mealy parks in the driveway lived there. Isn't she allowed to park their part where she wants. But we should normally has one spot She parks her colorful. Volkswagen painted a volkswagen beetle. I should put pictures of flowers right. It's flowers and dynamite as like a hippie. Mobile she yeah. It's it's a throwback if people complimentary constantly about it they ask you to do. Work is the only one left. I think in california art car. We should see this. I want i would love to see a picture of this you go. Wow what you'd go. So she moves it i said. Would you partying the driveway for partner driveway to which part in the driveway for there's a new park did you read the no parking sign. No they never did just says no parking the price for next week. They put these things up because they tend to do. Well there is a okay. There is a general thing amongst millennials is not exclusive to them not reading dialogues. Of course. I'm working with a lot of app developers. You can be as as an apple a any other website. You can pop up something. That has an error message. People just click it away and say hey dave and work read. The message wasn't working. It's broken speaking about parking The keeper and i decided friday night. Hey let's go down to the old stomping grounds. Let's go check out the hood. The old Second street colorado area. Let's go have some sushi bar abarchi so we go down now. Parking in austin used to when i first arrived here but probably up until Six years ago There will be a lot and there would be a unit with numbers. The correspondent with the With the parking slots and each of these. It was a metal. Each of these numbers had little slot vertical slot and attach with the wire was a flat piece of metal and the idea was it was two hours to park two dollars to park per hour. You would take your dollars and jam them into your corresponding slot with the piece of metal. I think i've talked about this in the past. How how have those in san francisco to well no more of course progress but now and now it's five thirty. I don't know exactly if you have to pay up until seven or doesn't matter we park in kind of a lot nearby same idea but now there's a machine and i stick my car to the machine and says ten hours twenty dollars press green to continue and there's no other option and the took twenty dollars you care plus minus thing you push. The button. couldn't cancel couldn't do anything. They just programmed at twenty dollars. Press green to continue cancel button. And there. you go got your card. Suck gift card in. There was doing this to you. That's a great idea certainly worked oh man now. Big news yesterday may first austin's prop be. This was the reinstate. The camping ban to the people can no longer camp anywhere they want past fifty nine percent to forty one a victory a victory so even the people who really couldn't vote for it but wanted to pass because they would feel too bad about themselves enough. People stepped up and now the waiting game begins. What are they going to do. I think may thirteenth is when After all the votes are done in the tallies in and the and the proposition is relatively then once. You want dan you your. If i'm i'm more running one of the desks local tv stations tv material. I'm getting ready. And all you get before Stay on on the police radio so when they start doing the rage of bring the cameras out there and your show the mead old cops moving people i might hold is. My home is my only possession and then the show throwing the crap into a dumpster. That's all i have in my life. And then they put that on the news and they run the guilt trips on all the liberals that live there. They're all this is terrible but they're doing it these people and it gets even better. I can't wait. This is gonna be dynamite. It'd be great exactly what you're rating for your running. The news desk got something. Yeah we could throw in some some good material air. We'll cut to a sound bite. This old woman did y'all take the mic up to the all i had and they took it away and oh this is terrible. It's happening here. In austin people huckabee city government. Be so cruel. I can't wait for this now. It can make the thirteenth of may. Can't come fast enough. You're so right. I can have a bunch of recorders running for that. It's going to be great. Well what's really going to happen is nothing i hate. I hate to pro yet to be on the police radio. Because you don't know what's going to happen if nothing you stand. The police radio newsrooms have a bunch of police radios running on all the frequencies and they'll be nothing they won't get the store irked about this. By the way he'll austin police has been funded we don't have a. There's no graduating class from the academy. There's been a lot of resignations. Nine one one is now moved to the city. So it's not the cops. Don't pick up nine one one anymore as far as i understand And what. I'm most concerned what i'm most concerned about is now. Our mayor is kind of turning this into a victory even though he was against it and campaigned against the proposition. Good move out very smart very slick. Now he's saying well that's right. Well we better get some homes for these people so we can move them off Okay that's this. He still wants to spend the four hundred million dollars that we got in federal funds for the city of austin. They already bought a hotel on i. Thirty five with seventy nine rooms. They're going to have that one filled up by the end of may they're gonna buy three more adler of course is a real estate lawyer release date guy. I don't know if he's corrupt ch- feels like it and he's going to push for that as this can't we can't move these people that we haven't finalized. We haven't closed on the building yet. So i'm afraid of that because the this is an overwhelming Show support from the people who did come across party lines in any other stuff. That's been going on That the media has painted them against each other and we can be very proud of that but now we have. I think we may have to still make sure. The issue is enforced Sad they won't get it. I have my doubts. I have my doubts. I gonna get enforced is now just nothing. I like your idea better. For something. Like your your. Tv news packages. Sound more familiar to me. I think that's what is it if it does get enforced. That's what's going to happen. And then all back off with the news media does it makes it increases literally creates the story and this is. The first city has done this. And i'm very proud of Of austin for doing. This isn't as down as i am on a lot of things going on here. I think the the the residents of austin did a good thing and they said no and now we'll have to follow through. I want to lead you into your biden clips because I it sunday. It's by it's by biden. Day biden day. I have to only two clips for you The first is a super cut which we always love us a super cut. This is the media's response to the well it was joint session or wasn't really a state of the union officially was it was it was a pre state of the union. Yeah he was talking somewhere with one hundred and fifty douches and this is what the media take was. President binding delivers his first address to congress laying out a bold plan to rebuild. The country of the united states offering a bold new plan old hugh progressive ideas big and bold really bold sweeping legislation. Big bold ambitious plans. We've been talking over these last few moments about how bold these plans are how ambitious they are. Perhaps the most ambitious progressive agenda since lbj or even franklin roosevelt's like fdr dj late is either john sonian or roosevelt in. This certainly was a joint address. We have never seen before the president though seizing this moment to outline his sweeping ambitious agenda biden laying out and bishops plans to congress can bishops and scope intimate and. Tony was whispering at times. The president also laying out his ambitious ambitious ambitious agenda bishops agenda for the future four trillion dollars in spending. That's really ambitious. Vicious make ultimately prove very popular. It's very popular plan. According to our poll a lot of the things that are in those spending packages are incredibly popular given that level of support in those polls. Can't you try to cut a deal here. Wow they're right in steph. Aren't they as usual. Shameless shameless media. These people should be ashamed of themselves. But you have to blame the ownership at this point. The ownership of these corporations Zeo comcast would be a good example. It's his fault encouraging. This was trump that gave the exact same speech they would have called him out as a douchebag and the only other thing i wanted to point out was this their commercials running continuously about his his great infrastructure plan and is being run by a group called climate power. You could find them at climate power dot. Us they are not a nonprofit they have no donation page but they have money and they're spending it like crazy on stuff like this president biden's bold new jobs rebuild. Our country tackles climate change clean energy jobs. Actually i'm going to stop it there. You just heard the bold word. Tell me that is in based upon the media by that. This is the contains the script. President biden's bold new plan. You just heard every single talking head used the term bold it's paid and bought for president biden's bold new jobs plan to rebuild. Our country tackles climate change with clean energy jobs. The american jobs lean transformational progress nervous and tackle climate change when american jobs american ingenuity. This is our opportunity. Our moments the fight climate change and bill back is big. Yes is bold. Yes we can get it done there. Is you build back better right there. Perfect and i would just like to give you a few names on the advisory board of the national advisory board of clean power. Who paid for that message. Number one stacey. Abrams right there at the top mustafa ali. He's the vp of environmental justice Let's see we. We have so many this former united states secretary of energy member guy with a wacky hair. The bill de pulled him out john. Podesta is on this board all kinds on foreign relations. Pick up. Senator harry reid. Tom steer you remember him. He ran for president diarrhea. California dushi rosanna arquette on created on the creative advisory board along with connie britton actress producer and activist zoe. Additional debra messing is fantastic kevin j patel quest love man. This is some these these people are. This is who you want in the drinking club. Baking performed can do little tricks for you and perform music. It is disgusting this group and they just sounds very disgusting. You should look at it at climate power dot. Us it goes on and on and on and on this list and you recognize many people from it so this is the big push this is. This is what build back better is about. It's two four maybe six trillion dollars. Who knows how. Many times are going to up the ante And Going to do something which. He was kind of incomprehensible there in in his commercial. But it's bold whatever. It is as bold and luckily on sundays. We have My partner in crime john. C four to decode the boldness Yellow there's so much boldness in my clips you're going to get a kick out of it. Good nine new. He now and gave two speeches one in the amtrak station in delaware and then which she had no prompter for about five people listening to him in the audience and he was. I don't know if he was drunk. Or whatever but i knew it was going to be a good day when he did this opener this the opener. This is called the amtrak opener. This fourteenth sex is how he started it. When i heard this. I said i got gold here. Creepy back to i. Thirty three stations blake. You didn't you didn't treat each other like family. Who are fed. She having so he was gone had told me that was the opener. So i knew because it wasn't like fifteen minutes before falling asleep. Was it so exciting that you the yelled at the kids to bring you a drink like you couldn't even you couldn't even go to of craig give me a drink. I'll need it so he here. He thanks a bunch of people. This is the unknown goes right from the shrank really yet certain threats three station and any thanks unknowns in it it doesn't know any of these people here's the way this goes delaware so small it is a con. There is a case in the supreme court delaware. The state of owns the delaware river up to the high water mark in new jersey. He's to know that you got some more respect and Kennedy thanks for the passport. Great friend thank you. Mr marriage doing job also justin gray. I've mentioned just already and his dad and gregg weaver junior i greg. You're you are family Blake i know what this is for. Most politicians the hill the meet and greet and there will be a couple of names on his piece of paper so that the politician can say you know. It's like this This young guy. Danny that i met the other day. Danny is eagle scout. He has to have a story but he's forgotten. The stories only has the names. So as i think your family. Are you related to me family. Danny like your biden. The last part of it you kind have missed it. It was just worries thanking some kittens. Very any realizes his name's blake but he says he says your family. Yeah but then. He says the he's got the wrong name and gregg weaver junior greg. You're you are family blake. I i agree with your family. I mean blake. He goes does stuff like. This is a Just play this is. This is the easter. He gets because he's got no script. He's got no prompter he likes. A does like to talk And so he'll go into great details about things that are just who cares and this example here is timetable of his trips. Up and down the amtrak and this is the clip called six thirty seven twenty six I see it hold on a second. Got it every single day. That i was in the united states senate caught the these are the seven twenty eight became the seven thirty two and org and got home on. If i got lucky i got. I got the metro that left the last one left at six thirty coming home. He's a confused fomer. Who cares when into this is think about it. Think about eclipse series. And this is he says. Think about it. And he's rambling about one thing or this is think about it Original and then. We're go to go to the second part you think about when great contributors to our country is we have to invest. And so you know if you think about it when we were. When i was vice president with barack he allowed me to put together a bunch of ran. Track a reserve comment to park. You allowed me to put together a budget of ran track and it had money for high speed rail at two hundred miles an hour from from chartres. I shouldn't be from charlotte. One another line. Going from in florida down to tampa another line if we had moved go. We had that tunnel fixed in new york. Now the money was there to get it done. Holy crap this guy needs to be protected. This is not good that clip that you just heard the second part is was used by a number of right wing talk shows we had. Yeah in real time as they laughed over it because his jump to this tunnel thing is just would just some early. I thought i don't think that that actually didn't take my funny bone. What i thought was kind of interesting as tell. Maybe this is. I'm gonna go back to the first think about clip for a second if you think about it when great contributors to our country is we have to invest. And so you know if you think about it right. This is a weird projection. Tell i think when he has lost his train of thought he tells you to think about it is that makes sense. Yeah but i don't hear a debt often. it's not. He's always saying think about it. Okay oh my goodness attention. Yeah so this this one part here and so the second one is actually more interesting as he rolls off the rail he allowed me to put together a budget of ram tracked and it had money high speed rail at two hundred miles an hour from from chartres. I shouldn't be from charlotte. One another line. Going from in florida down to tampa another line if we had moved. Go we'd had tunnel fixed in new york now. The money was there to get it. Done the only thing. I don't understand the tunnel. I remember the north carolina line. I remember the one to disneyland or some dumb shit like that. In florida was the is very early in his speech. He brought some some tunnel. I'm not sure it was. I don't know. I don't know maybe continues on high speed rail bitching about the chinese having all these all this trains and we don't so here's amtrak this. This high speed four hundred mile an hour train clip. These are all short. Two thirds of all high speed rail in the world two hundred and twenty miles an hour on the way and they're working on transit on trains. They can go as high as four hundred miles an hour behind the curb. taken off. four hundred mile. Yeah taken off. Don't put wings on that thing all right to more from amtrak than we move to is Short georgia appearance. Which he did it one of the drive in theater. Where had some sort of prompt right. I never got a good look. I never got a look at it with straight ahead. I think it was one of those big giant screens That you read from in the back of the room and it wasn't back of the room. He was in a drive in theater. They're honking at him. I think these lame but this play this one. This is biden's amtrak union jobs clip to support existing rancher amtrak routes including the northeast carter nationwide. And we're talking about union jobs. i said have it The high-speed train was supposed to be a hundred and five billion dollar north atlantic. Rayo plan between boston and new york city hence the tunnel new tunnels out of new york city under the long island sound routing through what a pipe dream that is. That was that was obama time. And here's that was. Actually the last of the amtrak this is he was way off the rails and it was kinda pathetic now. The georgia speech This is the g the opener. I knew it wasn't going to be as good as the amtrak's because he was reading most of it and he did a better job georgia and the other county back there. A lot of folks out here tonight. Well i'm ready to go home because she never says that to me at home. This is worth the trip here. Jo's husband is obvious everybody. I never get introduced. She's my wife. i'm her husband. And you know I'm proud to be you know all right so let's play kabbah. Things are not going to be as good as the amtrak stuff but but he said some stuff that i think is more is more interesting to talk about it. In the fact that he had a few protesters. They're demanding that they shut down the detention centers Said he said just give five days and five days right after the hundred days of masking so this was the one that got the most attention from me. Which is his book tax. Listen to this as i said. Last night the middle class working people. This country already paid enough in taxes. It's time for the richest one percent of americans in corporate america. Let me just give you a simple fag last year. For example fifty-five of our largest corporations in america paid zero dollars in federal tax zero and they made forty billion dollars not a penny in tax folks if in fact we had a minimum book tax for corporations for the fortune just fortune five hundred companies. Just a minimum tax of fifteen percent. But all you china for fifty percent tax right now. If in fact we've just fifteen percent we'd raise two hundred and thirty billion dollars pay for all this book tax. Yes i had to go look this up. Because i'm thinking is this a wealth tax in its the book value. They're gonna tax people on which kind of fifteen percents a little high because of you my essay on taxes. The numbers are pretty low. In terms of the tax rate. No it turns out that book tax is is the book sales so if your revenue is one hundred million dollars and your taxable revenue is like nothing or tan or something in other words this your sales you you you get taxed over one hundred fifty million you get taxed for your sales whatever your sales tax not a sales tax well with the sales tax is a consumer right. This is receiving the money receiving the money. So if i rec- so we do a business that say we have a steel mill. Where are we bring in a billion dollars in sales but it actually costs one point three billion to even do sales because we were poor coming to poorly managed. Managing we lost archie. Lost three hundred million dollars on that billion dollars sales. Beside the point you're paying the fifteen percent on on the billion that's very interesting this kind of like an alternative minimum tax for all brashly. What it is is based on the theory is based on the alternative minimum tax cuts. And it's only in this case. It's the book tax. I just thought this was interesting. It's not the way you know. Companies are set up for that sort of thing. And it's like. I say this guy is popular. I don't think it'll be a popular idea. Well it's not gonna go anywhere either because he talks a big game to make the people feel everybody's bullish crap days of masking hundred days a mask. Okay let's a couple of these other these other way. This is a little break. Let's take the cough medley. Nothing like a joke cough medley. Here's me folks. Healthcare should be right. Not a privilege in america. And here's the thing. I'm most proud of including the biggest nations in the world. Damn half a lung coming out joe. Govan cough there was a third coffin moment in there. i didn't catch Here's here's the sole clip. This is classic issues using this to truly. He'll here the soul of america that sacred right if protected to vote. Let's we're more time to truly hill here. The sole american. I'm all in on that. That's an end of show. Mix right there to hold on. Hold a soda. If we are to truly hill here the soul america we need to project that sacred right of protected to you know. Hey james brown. Joe biden separated at birth. Come on now. No one understands with. James brown is saying joel. The sole truly whole here. The sole of america joe considering now now this is last one which he seems to think that the good well paying jobs future involve only one thing solicitation to cybersecurity clip and increase investing increasing pell grants. They don't have they don't have the back all the money that is comes from the large universities but their students are as competent to do anything in the future. Is anyone else. But here's the deal. We're going to provide up to forty seven billion dollars over ten years to increase their capacity to do everything but you know cybersecurity. All those things are the jobs of the future are. That's all the jobs of the future as right just cyber jobs and federal express delivery and maybe some pizza ups and scooters that's it was the necessaries of fascinating joe biden clips for sunday. Oh my goodness this president a in the car drive in thing and also i mean we went from although it was funny when trump dance to the village people it was kind of lame and then now we have bidoon coming out to celebration by cooling again. These are seventies hits people. Can we hip it up a little bit just a tad there The media certainly in taxes. You know there's a lot of people are being looked at for for the for the for the next The midterm and a lot of trump stuff and. I have to be honest. That when i hear trumping oh soundbites from him on hannity aware wrote. It's kind of like a god. He was quite annoying to listen to. Sometimes just i mean he he jumps around just like biden only a little more coherent but jesus like squirrel man over here and that's why we won in the the greatest and it's pretty bad. It was more fun when he was doing stuff. And then i didn't mind what he was talking about kristof was getting done that part i liked. I see you have a clip about a topic. I wanted to bring up which have been tracking for a long time. But it's come to the forefront. I don't know let me to see how long your you have a Oh this is good. The cigarette stretch story. Is that something that we can broach here well. Why don't you run this clip and rules go from there okay. The food and drug administration's moving to ban the sale and manufacturing of menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars. The fda claims the move could potentially save six hundred thirty three thousand lives by two thousand fifty with the benefits. Being most felt in the african american community for decades tobacco companies have heavily marketed. Menthol cigarettes to communities of color the aclu however is warning this could lead to greater policing in areas where underground menthol markets pop up the aclu cited. The case of eric garner. Who was killed by police in new york after being accused by police of selling untaxed cigarettes. Wow they the. Wow was it a menthol. Was it a menthol amy. So mo- fire this often when the dominica came a beginning of the week. And you know it's one thing to say. Oh you know. Republicans are so horrible. They want poor black people. Who can't get an id to go get an id it's racist it's voter suppression and now i mean you just really. It's not that hard to supplant yourself. Thirty percent of menthol cigarettes is smoked by black-americans fact where they marketed absolutely. It's the it's their thing. it's what they like. You know black. Americans drink different things. Smoke different things than white americans. A lot of white americans. What's the percentage of black americans in the community overall sixteen percent disproportionately smoked menthols. Only thirty percent is still seventy percent. Kids are whoever smoke manthos not the point. The point is why do you have to tell me what to do. it comes across. that's yes no is deployment. it's like who. Who are you to tell me what i could smoke. I'm too stupid to know that cigarettes will kill me. And i'm too stupid. I mean that it is the most Denigrating thing. I've heard the way it is present. Well cbs. i have a couple eclipse year. Not tell you what i think is going on. Cbs they spent a whole segment on this clip custodian. new jones. Click the down for me but man tonight. The fda signaling. It wants to put up once the menthol cigarettes. Once and for all about twenty million americans smoke that of cigarette. Cbs has ben. Tracy explains why the biden administration is trying to ban the mint flavored tobacco. Big move tonight in the battle against big tobacco. The fda says it's propose ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars will help save lives particularly among those disproportionately affected by these deadly products into the fda says menthol with its cooling sensation and flavored cigars. Make it easier to start smoking and harder to quit. Menthols make up forty percent of the cigarette market. They are the choice of eighty five percent of black smokers compared to just thirty percent of whites for decades tobacco companies targeted menthols to black communities. This is a marketing strategy of the tobacco industry. Phillip gardner has been trying to get menthols band since two thousand eight but big tobacco always one of a product that is worth seventy billion dollars a year and so what if it is reportedly kills black folks. They're dispensable in a statement that parent company philip morris says science in evidence does not support such a ban. Her lung had collapsed. Six foot of the poet lost her mom to smoking menthols she takes tobacco executives in this spoken word poem backward. Kill if we could at least say one. Get one person to put a cigarette down for me. That would mean the world. Now the fda's decision does not immediately banned. Menthol cigarettes were flavored cigars. In fact it's a process that could take years and nor the tobacco companies are expected to fighted okay. This is very very interesting. Because we know pretty much where this comes from and where it's going to and it was see. Nbc who told the truth about the ban. It is not a ban on mental cigarettes and cigars. No carl the fda saying fancy propose a ban on a menthol in combustible cigarettes acted legal battle and combustibles ladies and gentlemen combustibles this is once again about the new way smoke you they may have they may have had a whole corona virus in between but i have not forgotten what the plan was and they almost hoodwink president trump into it. People have changing. They're not smoking not smoking combustibles anymore. They're vaping that's why we have to ban all the flavors because it's evil for children they get hooked on vaping which is why is it the same as smoking. No nicotine in it by choice. Are these chemicals necessarily good. I don't know but it's not smoking. This is to promote the smokeless non-combustible product known as i cross cer- dog patch ivanov lowest lower via told us about in the last donation segment. It's rolling out everywhere it's high end. It's mental it. Sold an apple store and if you want any product if you want to launch a product you want the black american community to be promoting it. 'cause that's how you get into popular. Culture has nothing to do with health and they need it because the tobacco companies are losing money on all of the revenue the tax revenue that they set up with the state's under the state's master agreement which said okay you can sell tobacco in our state But we're taking this much tax revenue because you're killing people and and people get cancer and they're in our state and the road bonds against it and now they're failing because the money's not coming in because people have moved Vaping and the trend continues so it's total bullshit story and it's only to to benefit the the tobacco companies. Actually they pretend it's not And it may take years. 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Is this book. I well you know i never said i was gonna play these clips prime minister's question time. Yes i do have a bunch of clips and i've gotta move them. I'll move into thursday. But i have to tell you what's going on because i think we're giving johnson a bad rap that so he hasn't been listening to what's going on. Well all right all right you know what. Let's do your prime minister's question. I don't want do the too long. You want it to do those still not listening to me. I'm gonna push this tips off. I want to explain what's going on. Yes honey. I know him bad listener. Yes listen to you dear. i'm sorry don't you have my undivided attention now. Okay thank you for your sarcasm. So two things have been going on. England is he was all going on. Then you realize there's election coming up paying no attention to it in like six or the eighth is like next week. Oh is really there you go kinda miss. The kind of missed. It is shot under the radar. Now i need to hear some clips. I can't let me tell you what's going on and you can tell me your interest. I'm interested already. Two things are going on. It seems as if boris johnson upgraded Some aspects of ten downing street which is where he lives and this is a massive scandal. Wait a minute. So it's like he redecorated the lincoln bedroom and it's a problem. Yeah because who pay who paid for it and pay for it but it seems that maybe somebody pays for it. Like maybe james dyson paid for it or some other schmuck paid for it and then they. You can't do that because the whole thing is ludicrous. because it's a. It's called cash for curtains scandal. They can't get a sex scandal anymore so cash for curtains and the and it's like they're making a big fuss about this because he says he paid for the way he followed the rules. And because you get somebody else paid to get started and then so he paid to finish it. It's just ludicrous. That and that's all they want to talk about now the other one. Which is it. Seems as if boris johnson made a comment and may have been in october. But they all are doing his bitch about this. Boris johnson supposedly according to the bbc. Atv said i rather see bodies stacked up at dead bodies in the streets before we do. Another lockdown nice now. He's denies having said it. Because it seems as if saying such a thing is a horrible thing to say. And so the so the labor party and scots in the welsh burall over him for making these comments but and he says i never set these things and the one guy says. Well we've got this i. i'm a cash for. Curtains is funny. But let's i'd love to hear about this well. Let's a cabinet play a couple of things. Let's play the opening labor salvo daily mail. The bbc an. It backed up by numerous sources. The the end of october the promise to set he would rather have my quote bodies pile. High than implement and other lockdown can the promise to tell the house categorically yes or no did he make those remarks for remarks to thoughts effect prime minister mr speaker and i think what i think. The gentleman is is a lawyer. i'm given to understand. I think that if he's going to repeat allegations like that he should come to this house and substantiate allegations and say where he heard them. Who who exactly who exactly is supposed to have said those who exactly is supposed to have said those things. Mr speaker. Because i suddenly can tell him. He asked about the october decisions. They were very bitter very difficult decisions as they would be for any prime minister mr speaker because no one wants to put this country into a lockdown with all the consequences that means loss of education for the damage to people's life chances to the huge medical backlog entails but it was. Why didn't he just own it. He i guess he feels. He didn't say it. I guess he didn't say he didn't say he doesn't want we don't own something. He didn't say yeah. He says no right off the bat no they pound him in hound him and hand him about this one thing. Let's go to liz roberts. The the woman wales represented from wales from. And she starts you'll hear flexes lis- all about it. I think it's worth repeating the ministerial code seven guiding principles selfishness integrity objectivity accountability openness honesty and leadership. The prime minister has spent the week taking them all funny. Don't do list at the same time. He tries to play down. Allegations of saying let the bodies pile high given that the sole judge on questions relating to the conduct of ministers on the conduct of the prime minister is the prime minister himself. What happens when a prime minister goes rogue. Speak of the people in this country. Have the chance to make their own minds up on may the six and they when they look at. What's happening in wells mrs speaker. They have a chance to make a choice between a. I'm afraid that continually failing welsh labour government or welsh conservative administration in cardiff. I i believe has a fantastic. You're sixty five thousand highschool stopped. Nobody should have done. I mean vo. Joe should have come out and said you gotta clip bitch. You gotta clip. No that's what he did to the next guy. Scott the scotch guys come out after him and make the claim scott trice seven before we go there this liz roberts from from wales his born and i looked her up because she comes on. She's on a zoom call. She's a old say old woman. She's older than you. I calculate her to be about fifty eight fifty nine years old. And she's got pink hair. Yes hysterical like the artist here in austin though obama bought artists hysteric hysterical. Now i i don't want to be an age just i am but in this case. Why does the older woman. She's past middle age. Where pink care but she tried to be hip is. That's supposed to be cool. You look like you like spandex. Granny is what you are a pathetic thing to do. No offense i. We probably have a couple of listeners out there that are sixty years old and pink hair although i doubt it i just want to set that. So you kinda visualize these people what they're up to. Well she's a politician and she's relatable to her constituency but because the laws have pink hair so here comes. I really rely. I'm likely planning to cash for curtains. But let's play second scott attacking. I'm gonna cut it short including the daily mail the second scott attack here we go. Thank you mr sika and can i associate myself with tomorrow. So the medicine leader of the opposition or the humanitarian crisis in india and the injustice over the horizon issue. The post office. Mr speaker over one hundred twenty seven thousand people have died from cooler than the united kingdom. People have lost their mothers Their grandparents and even the children any staff given. They're all fighting to keep people alive. That's why so many people people fighting the prime minister's among the debate rather let the bodies pyo high thousands than go into lockdown utterly utterly second. The bbc tv have multiple sources confirming that. This is what the prime minister said. People are willing to go under oath mr speaker confirming that. The prime minister said these exact words under oath mr speaker parliament to stop me from saying that. The prime minister has repeatedly lied to the public over the last week. I asked the question. Are you alive. Prime minister or prime minister misspeaking. I leave it to you to judge whether the gentleman's remarks were in order. But i would. I will say to him is unfortunate. Rinaldo would not say but not what we would expect. I'm gonna continue to speaker. I would say to the right. Honorable gentleman is if he is going to relay that kind of that kind of quotation these up to him in a place like parliament to produce the author who the person who claims to have heard it because i called climate. He says that they're willing to go on. Pepsi's they're sitting somewhere in this in this building. I rather die takes. Because because i didn't say those words what i do believe. Is that a lockdown. A miserable miserable thing. And i did everything i could to try to protect so i figured that was over and so we go to this last. I'm not gonna play anymore. This is the scots three. Let's go back to the prime minister's behavior which is enormous. This is a prime minister is up to his neck slump of toys lease with seeing contracts so cronies tax rates unattached the prime minister for Dodge these questions all week. He's dodge them again today. But these questions simply. I'm not going to go away. So what exactly was money. Subtle to tony. Each cuban his pass no bindings. When did he by. This money was an interesting one. And who is the our daughters who digitally funded prime minister where that if he continues to fail to answer these questions but the electoral commission has the powers to prostitutes to while the prime minister published these details today but going to wait until the police come knocking at his door. Speaking as i've said. I look forward to what commissioner has to say so this is all they've got to talk about it's baffling it's very trump esque very reminiscent totally trump s. Not doing no sources. He says they harrison got the leverage. And who's running against him. Who's the opponent any this character. That's the head of labor who i can't even remember i. I wrote his name. I never heard of this guy. He wrote his name down forgot forgotten. I forgot it again. They have nobody running against them. The whole surprised that the that the tories don't sweep. And if all they've got the fact that he fixed up number ten downing street and somebody help pay for it which is against some sort of horrible violation and and he made some comment. Nobody can really document. And there's no recording of it and that's all they're harping on and that's wrong with those people. I mean come on. at least we do like impeachment. You guys are weak. Weak weak very weak like impeachment. You know we accused president of inciting an insurrection. Guys are no good that european union. Probably laughing at you know. Wow that's kind of what's going on here so we we've have been paying attention. Because i think we both road off bo. joe is a vaccine nut. Yeah build back better. Climate change guy which is not seeing it is. I'm seeing most of these guys attacking him doing out of reaction I'm going to move the ufo stuff to our next show. However however i do have something of interest and import That we need to discuss Now when this story originally popped up. I was all in then. I was told i was a conspiracy theorist which is incorrect on the conspiracy therapist. Then well maybe something. We're not so sure but shut up. And now all now we definitely know for sure and in washington federal investigation is underway looking into what could be mysterious. Sonic attacks on us soil. One of them happened near the white house. Where a national security council official with sickened similar incidents happened in two thousand sixteen at the us embassy in havana. Cuba or authorities believe diplomats. Were being hit with directed. Radio frequencies is d dues the directed energy weapons which i've been excoriated for told him. Nutjob crazy however. I'm here to say that this has nothing to do with directed energy weapons astle in a mission that it turns out that last directed energy weapon. Fear that you proposed was now traces back to a dimmer switch Continue well. At least i don't show up with six minutes of cash for curtains. So here's c. b. Which is good stuff by the way sure here. Cb nothing beats a two minute report from jeff. Big as i don't care what you say divorce back. The poop is the man on the scene who want to turn now to a mystery right here. In the nation's capital law enforcement agencies are investigating possible sonic attacks on government stomach attack leading to vertigo pounding headaches and nausea. The cia is now working to find out if possible. Attacks are being carried out by foreigners on. Us soil here's cbs's jeff pays one of the alleged energy attacks occurred on the south side of the white house. Last november sickening. A white house aide that followed a similar incident in two thousand nineteen and a virginia. Suburb reportedly injuring it. Administration aid walking her dog. Their conditions are not known but the white house confirms that president biden has been briefed on one of the incidents and senators are demanding answers. There are personnel. Who have been harmed. Who need we need to make sure i get the care and benefits. They need it's critically important and frankly leaders are focused on this issue officials. Say it's too early to tell what happened. But the national security agency has described an energy attack in the past as a high powered microwave system weapon that can bay the targets living quarters and microwaves and kill an enemy overtime. In without leaving evidence energy attacks were suspected in cuba in china. Several years ago as you as personnel reported symptoms was called havana syndrome ear popping pounding headaches and nausea the mysterious noise victims. Her during the attack has been described as sounding like this site. I woke up in the middle of the night. Warner worked for the commerce department in china and told sixty minutes about being attacked. That could feel the sound in my head. It was an intense pressure on both of my temples at the same time. I heard of this low humming sound and it was oscillating and i remember looking around for where the sound was coming from because it was painful and jeff. Gays joins us now. So who does the. Us government is responsible. Who will the russians remain a meant. Us officials are skeptical that moscow to pull off an attack like this two steps away from the white house or okay. So i of course. I'm all in undirected energy weapons. They have nothing here. They had the same the same. One person of very nauseous. I wanted to throw up. That's in that guys in every single report. They only have people going back to the havana syndrome. Why is this now on the radar. Why are they doing to two or three minute. Reports in every single evening news. You heard at the end russia. We need to ratchet up russia. We have nothing. it's like. This is perfect even if we say that the directed energy weapons even that nutjob from no agenda mind get onboard for russia. This'll be like great. Let's get that gam board but there's something a little more grotesque you notice the talk of the ellipse. Have you heard this the ellipse. This is where the ellipse right near the white house. This is how they take out the president john and blame it on. Russia is brain is fry. Yes come on man his bracelet. We're sorry the president's brain is now completely gone. Were pretty sure. Either russian near the ellipse where the directed energy weapon. Yes sir you watch. Put it in the book. So here's the question on my mind but based on the butcher here there. Does anyone suggest is what they should do. So you want to deflect something and by the way people should look up the june bugs hysteria in wikipedia. Because this is reminding me of it but how about five g talking five. Jeez never mentioned sounds like five g to me. I don't know science science but he got for isos that was it. That's all i got. It's the worst. The worst ice however saw i got to. Okay i got the woman from wales. And this is the welsh eyeso- okay women from wells. Karen care what is she saying. I have no idea. That's pretty good in the chat room. Which take that. that's interesting. I like it. I like it with your other wrong. Something's seriously wrong here call. Yeah come on. Joe wins every time with something like that. That's perfect it's perfect It's so the cash curtains on the Were done. I mean i can move is i do have one story this kind of interesting. If you wanna to wait. I did have. I did have another. That is a fact. Check false now did have that. I so i don't know if that's any good biden's probably better by always good the is going to be a little better Well i'm holding onto the ufo story. I have This oh this is actually the. We'll just end on this on this note because it's important for the show Lara logan was on the jesse water. Show and It was from fox. He has a saturday night. Show or something. And i have a minute of what she was talking about the way she was introduced. That's probably more important. I'll play 'cause she did. She had a good little report on how kids being used to smuggle drugs across the border and are being used for porn for the pornographic film industry even Snuff films all kinds of crazy stuff. She was talking about. But it was the way that She was introduced by jesse waters. That i think legally i have to take issue with here to tell us more host no agenda on fox nation. No no no. No mr waters that is i. Think trademark violation yeah. We're going to have to send them a note. You cannot say that it is lara. Logan has no agenda. The agreement has been made agreed to be fine them for this. Can we find them money. I don't know that you can find them. You can just warn them. Do it again then. Yeah sue them. Yeah and it should be like a thousand dollars per cables does not like that the way it works on the. That's the way it worked in my fantasy guess wrong. And that's zion. Meanwhile little tactic would be for all of our Producers listeners to send jesse waters note yes condemning him for saying it was him. It wasn't her that did it get your shit together. You come across his untrustworthy waters. You're going to have a delegator of our returning and have war. You know what should happen. Water should express an apology apology. And there's some don podcast of a couple of or really but that's their real name is no agenda so we're required to say sorry. I think that's an outstanding idea. We we we deserve a proper apology. We really want though is for you to join us again for the next show which should be on thursday support us by going to divorce dot org slash. I'm coming to you from opportunities. Thirty three here in the capital drones star state to austin texas fiji number six in the governmental maps in the morning. Everybody i'm adam curry new orleans silicon valley. I'm john i end up. 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The Stuttering John Podcast-September 3rd, 2020

The Stuttering John Podcast

2:21:02 hr | 10 months ago

The Stuttering John Podcast-September 3rd, 2020

"Uh-huh. Can't. Shine That was. Gone. chumps. I'm sorry. used. You by. Around. Long. Is. Substrate. Trump's earning. August. Trump's. A. uh-huh. Eight. Next. Yeah Yeah Baby. Welcome to the world famous stuttering John podcast. ooh. Songs written the Jackie hold on a second. Man. I just turn my central air on, but I'm still sweating my ass off a went and worked out this morning. Then took a shower. And I'm dying ob him. Good Old Tropicana Oj Maggot free today. I don't have any mustard on my shirt. This is my yellow shirt I got from harsh J. I, love this shirt, I like to call a yellow. Unlike the color orange aren't just. Aren't drives me a little not. So let's hear it for billy. Baldwin what a guest we had what a guest we had on Tuesday. I can't tell you that was. I talked to Sean Account at twenty five. My. Incredible moderator. Notice I. Put incredible that because I was gonNA stutter on moderator but. Is Incredible and He told me billy ball is probably the best cast I ever had. And I had be honest I I agree with them. I. Mean Between Him James. CARVILLE. Anthony SCARAMUCCI JIM in the. Great, ones, but how sparks and Fuego saying nobody billy was just awesome. You know he's a fellow. Long Islander Okay Update on null casler. I reached out to nal yesterday. I deemed him. And I said, no. Tell you exactly. Exactly because. I said, Hey, managed timber one come on tomorrow. He said John would love to but a mountain Montauk on vacation and Wifi sucks will come on soon if that's cool Ma'am I said great man enjoy people miss you billy Baldwin was amazing yesterday and he said that's awesome. Billy is amazing. He knows all about trump too nice one so. From from as it. Seems everything is fine with Gnome, and hopefully, he'll be back here. On. On Tuesday Thursday of next week, this Sunday will be special. PODCAST, which will be me. And Lena when. And she does a swingers podcast. So on Sunday, it's going to be all about consent consensual sex. It'll be a sexy one for all you ladies. have no idea. Why anyone? Keeps on saying. That like. GERRYMANDERING is they think. Somehow think that I think Gerrymander is a person's name I don't know where it comes from. But. You know I'm not that stupid speaking of stupid Scott, the pace and I had a nice conversation on the phone. And? I said to him I was talking about election fraud. To which to in which he said there was no such thing. So I said Oh. Yeah. I'll tell you what why don't you come on the show and debate Jennifer? Cohen and election fraud expert, and then she'll explain to you about all the proof there is an election fraud. So. Jennifer Cohen agreed to debate. I reached out to Scott Deep Ace. And guess what? No Response Scott's not gonNA, come on with someone who's smarter than him? And Jennifer. Jennifer is way smarter than, but he's not gonNA come on and debate because he knows he's he'll get his ass kicked. Speaking of getting his ass kicked Donald. Trump down. This is really good news for US progressive here in Democrats and even independence. Donald Trump, the polls are. Even more in Joe Favor I was reading a tweet from Sherry Jacobus great. Sherry Jacoby. To in which she said. That the The exit polling like not exit polling but how polling now is Is. Essentially. Skewed to the. Elderly and white, and that's why there's even a nine point margin if you take in the Hispanics, the minorities. The young people. The numbers it through the roof. So now it's up to, we'll see if trump is going to try and rid. Jillian lamb and Scott the pace form stern show staffer. Williams follow. What's the deal with already? Well. As I said before already. From what I hear from a very good source. ARDY is. With his mom in Florida God bless him. We all want already be healthy. He's an amazing talent and you guys stop look Ardian I have had plenty of fights both on the air and off the air on on social media and already was trashing me and I've trashed him back and said. Hey already trying kill yourself be successful now. Yeah Is that considered a mean thing to right? Yes. But, it was in retaliation to what he was writing about me and yes arm- seventeenth squabbling already hates me and I I truly believe that. I don't believe that he hates me I think he's when he's sober he'll call me or he'll text me. He loves me I've plenty of texts an emails. That say that he loves me. But then when he goes on Komi or other shows, he'll trash me. Give a crappy the way I mean already I consider. Wants a friend. Now I don't know. But. You know look a man on heroin snorting heroin and coke. At a relentless pace. is going to say horrible things about someone and Yeah Yeah Jordan counts that is very cruel. Well, guess what? The things he said about me weren't very nice either I was just retaliating. Thank you papa puppet artists said similar nasty things to people though and he has and he said really horrible things about me and about a lot of things that I do and and you know you know. You can't have it both ways and that's how it is with ups. That's how it is in comedy you can't have it both ways. So of art is GonNa Trash he's going to get trashed. Only, I'll hip you know I mean if you're going to come at me then I'm Gonna I'm gonNA come right back. That's who I am. That's who I was born and raised to be I. I stick up always myself. And if a guy's GONNA attack me my kids then I'm GonNa come back and that's what I do. So if you think I'm cruel because of it fine but I'm not trying to be cruel I'm just trying to defend myself cross it was it was a joke I wasn't really serious I. Don't WanNa see already dead. I mean now, that would be ridiculous if you. Ever want that to happen. Of course not. So just you know enough already with all this BS concerns. I mean again, already will in my mind will be a friend I know he probably doesn't think that about me but I will always say that about him but I hope he is. Well I hope he does well and It's all we could say. About him so To let stopped now, I do have some guests on just kinda recovering I worked out too soon before this podcast dominating over here. It. Was Jackie and Coo who went after kids now, Artie Artie did on his show I had a long conversation with Artie about any we should edited out. It was it was Grillo who said something and he sends his apologized, and that's what it was already erred it and then I said you know I said already, you know you could've easily ended. Have added that out and he apologized now is it look I don't want to sit and talk about already I wish already well, I, don't really care what you think already I will good friends on the show and we were we had a great time on the road and He has said on numerous occasions how we were friends so. And even a video for me on my fortieth birthday. Say in how you know how much he loves me. So I don't WanNa. Hear it anymore. We have the guests that it'll be Aaron Rupar and it'll be He's he's the editor at Vox and it also be. Dan Whitfield. Hopefully. The next senator of the Great State of Arkansas we need Tom Cotton picking don down and we need bill bar. Taken down I'm GonNa play you a clip. Okay. This is bill bar who by the way. Is the most despicable man. Ever Because I mean he is almost or. Is as bad as Donald Trump, he lies on a regular basis and here is bill bar re writing history. And thank God that won't Blitzer was prepared just like Chris Wallace is prepared they lie. And this is Bill Bar lying about Jacob Blake, and if you saw this, this is how infuriating it is. Just an how much this fat imbecile is GonNa lie. Okay, and you know it's just it's just unbelievable but here we go. So You testified that you think you understand conversations. This was when you were testifying before Congress that black parents have with their children about racism in this country how do you think African American Karen's around the country explain to their kids what exactly happened to Jake Blake for example, and why that police officer had his knee on George Floyd's neck for almost nine I'm not GonNa talk about Blake the Blake case Because I think it's different than the floyd. Case. Floyd was already subdued incapacitated in handcuffs and was not armed. In the in the Jacob case, he was in the midst of committing a felony and he was armed. So. That's a big difference. Family says he wasn't are. Well. I think may have been a knife in the car, but he was armed when he was shot well. That's what his family and his lawyers I stated. What I believe is to to be the difference and that's why I don't I don't want I don't want. I don't want to talk about them if they're interchangeable. Okay. Now I did say that I do think that there yours to be phenomenon in the country where African Americans feel that they're treated when they're stopped by police frequently as suspect before they're treated as citizens. I don't think that necessarily reflect some deep-seated racism in police departments or in most police officers I think the same kind of behavior is done by African American police officers. Right people okay. So. First of all Bill Ball lies about that Blake was armed blake was not aunt. So he goes this is the fake. This is the real fake news donald trump bill bar they are the fake news, the man was not armed. But he makes the comparison. or He tried to you know the guy is an idiot and he's Aligarh. Bill bars gotta go and I you know just watching him. It's just amazing. Arm. Wi fat shame I don't know what you're talking about. Okay. There's my linked pay pal please ahead and donate directly to pay PAL I only put it up twice a show or you can do the super chats. Either way everything helps in the background there you'll see my bucks that I got from. ALGATA Audit from Amazon. Thanks to the great donations from you guys. Thanks. to have the water and everybody else who donates here but I just got the green screen. And, we're going to have a nice green screen screening air I just got the desk set everything up. Probably, saw working on tomorrow I'm the worst when it comes to set things up when we set everything up and in this background will be no more. It'll be all green screen and I'm probably going to have a Manhattan background I think. But. We'll see anyway there's the link. Check it out. And Aaron is going to be here any second. Aruba's awesome I can't wait till on. Thank you. Jillian lamb for the two dollars but the good news is today that I read is. Veterans are not supporting. The military is not supporting Donald. Trump. And that's awesome and I tweeted out. Well, why aren't they supporting? Let's see. Let's go through the list maybe because he dodged the draft with fraudulent heel spur claims five times maybe because he didn't do anything to. Putin. After. The Putin put bounties on American soldiers maybe because he didn't attend military events because it was raining. Maybe because he beat up and disparage John McCain you think maybe that would be it baby it could be because he took money out of the military budget. To freaking build his stupid wall that he promised us that Mexico would pay for. This guy is a complete dough tart. The military who historically goes Republican is now backing Biden. Donny boy. You'RE GONNA lose you can do your best to rig this thing. Yesterday. Going to play you this news clip before we get our on, you're not going to believe what the dough Tarte, said yesterday. Okay. See this is just This is telling the American people to Commit A. Felony. A felony. So. Here we go. Everybody. Yes. I do my research I. Do my I do my prep. On this show. Here we go. So here is the new story just just watch this with me. Okay because this is unbelievable. During his trip to North Carolina, the president encouraged his supporters to test the system. He says for voting by mail in a way that could be could be illegal nail in voting starts tomorrow in that state making it the first in the nation to collect ballots for the November election. Ben Tracy reports on the president's new message. That would go and follow it and go vote at an airport rally in North Carolina Wednesday president trump told these supporters that if they vote by mail, they should also then go vote in person and then if they tabulated very lake which they shouldn't be doing, they'll see you voted so it won't count. So set it in early and then go and vote animates not tabulated you vote. and. The vote is GonNa Count You can't let them take you vote away in some states you can ask for your mail in ballot to be invalidated, but intentionally voting twice is fraud and Felony in most states and could lead to chaos at precincts on election day. So, now he's telling people to vote twice and perfect timing to get Aaron reporting here. John you hear me okay. Much better Aaron. How are you? Buddy? I'm good. How are you doing it to see? I just played the clip of trump telling people to vote twice in North Carolina. Inappropriate reaction. I, mean, that's a felony. Yeah, and then I don't know if you saw today that they're trying to kind of thread the needle of saying, Oh, he was just suggesting that you make sure your vote is counted So send in the ballot, but then go to the polling place. You know ask around and make sure that it was actually counted not lost in the mail or something like that. But you know there's a certain irony in him trying to hamper the post office and then you know kind of raising these concerns about Oh you better make sure that your ballot is actually delivered to the polling place. It's like well, you could maybe not ruin the post office in that would make that less of a worry but. You. Know I think it was one of those things that trump said sometimes where he just kind of goes on ramps and says, whatever comes to mind and then you know it's like later on Oh, you're right. Yeah hold on a second. He's Holy Crap. I opened the window and a cockroach. Got Him. Man I was raised you having one of those trump mini strokes or something they're crap that just gross me out brown. Throwing a whole shirt of we're right in right. I was read about you there. Oh God that gross. Yeah. Holy Crap well, how appropriate we're talking about trump and it cockroach shows up. Yeah well, I'm glad you're OK that looked pretty harrowing I'll tell you I'll tell you, Erin. Cockroaches. They they they freak me out. Yeah. Well thankfully I'm bug free here But. The last apartment I was in had mice in that was that was sometimes kind of harrowing if I was doing podcast or something in a mouse windscreen across lar-. but anyway. So anyway, with trump in the voting twice stuff I mean it's it's just another example trump kind of saying stuff and then it turns out what he said actually is ability you know. So the next day they have to do damage control and trying to spin it in a way where it's not so agreed terrible. But you know he created the problem with themselves for created the slum or himself with his rhetoric about male voting and all the have been trying to so about election fraud and things like that and. Probably, some of his orders aren't GonNa vote as a result because he's told them that it's all rigged so but you're right I mean we shouldn't lose. We shouldn't lose our sense of outrage in our sense of being shocked when trump says stuff like this because it really is remarkable. The hear the president basically encouraging his supporters to go out there and commit felony offenses but but here's the thing it's just like when he went and said inject disinfectant now I think people did that and I think I think some people died I, think I'm not sure but but again he says it and then they have to go. Just what they said here I think what he meant to say you know what I mean but. There's always this second round trying to spin whatever dumb shit trump says. Oh Yeah I mean there's there's a million examples that you could sight of that. I'm not aware of anybody who died from the injecting disinfectants. There was the person in Arizona who apparently died after jesting like a fish tank cleaner, you know, which was part of the hydroxy chloroquine stuff. Apparently that was listed as an ingredients you know and and but there is even some of the initial reporting on that I think wasn't totally accurate. So I'm not totally sure what happened there but you know I mean it's it's extremely irresponsible. You know not only to as you alluded to that the bleach comments but now I mean if people took his advice and voted twice I mean that's a felony offense you could do jail time for that. So you know and then and today. Of course. Then you get the spin today with Kelly mcenaney was asked about this and she basically said no, the president didn't say that he didn't endorse committing crimes and you know it's like there's videotape saying this that's exactly what he said. So you know that's part of the gas lighting. You know this and gas lighting is a term that gets kind of abused because it's kind of a squishy term but you know to me a clear example is trump saying one thing in. His staffers the next day kind of telling people. He didn't say what he actually said when it's on video. So he says a lot of stuff sometimes, it gets himself in trouble sometimes, it can potentially get other people in trouble with some of the bad medical advice and things like that or endorsing crimes, and you know for years into this, we've seen countless times where the next day and there's a lot of damage control being done. But I do think in this particular case, it's interesting because trump has spent months saying mail voting is rigged mail voting. You know it's GonNa lead to the biggest scandal of all time, and now kind of you know some of the the subtext reading these tweets today as I think there's some concern that some of his supporters might not vote you know because they've been convinced him that that it's all rigged in that. If they send in their mail, you know Democrat will steal it or something like that, and so now he's Kinda redoubling efforts to tell US supporters. You know be sure to go vote So you know it's kind of it's a problem that he that he created for himself. Is there another cockroach invading your space there? This is unbelievable. That's. I have never had a live cockroach. In this House since I bought it. Three or four years ago, and now I have had to oh man well, I hope I'm not. I'm not bringing a plague upon newer something here because I open this window closed. But I've never ever seen a cockroach here before at. It's amazing. And now I have you on our and you're bringing me bad luck. I, apologize I I can't. I can't think of another instance where I've I've brought a plague upon podcast host. So I guess. First Time for everything yet if it's amazing where my cats help me out. While things come in threes that was a third one. At least it's like open window I must have let him in. Wow, I and. You have to use some of the ad revenue from this podcast to get an exterminator something in there now but we have one in this building. So I'm. Yeah. I'm. Going to get. You know it's so funny because he just told me that the place below me. Has Cockroaches. So they have the sprayer come and go well I I live above them. So you might as well have them come spray and mind. Enough. Boom three big ASCOTT. Gorgeous big ones like this. Big. Thing that that would make it. You know that make it difficult to talk. You know talk about politics while you're dealing with an investigation in here in your mode I've never seen one here. I've been doing this show for ten years. I've never seen one ever my life. And now suddenly I don't know what the hell happened what did I bring in or be mean? Bad luck apologized. Got To be something I'd recently brought in here I. Don't know anyway. So what's that show about anyway. Oh it's a Watkinson nationals. Twenty Nineteen World Series Championships Shirt Oh Are you in PC. I normally am I'm visiting family right now in Minnesota and actually you know it's kind of interesting. I I used to live here you know until about five years ago, and now I have a lot of friends who works in democratic politics here in the race here between Biden and trump is really getting a pretty tight. So there's a lot of a lot of worry here about what's going to happen and then I'm I'm staying with my parents and they live out in the suburbs and we're kind of in trump central here there's actually a strip mall. About a mile away from where I matt where there's a trump sore in the in the Strip mall where they sell has trump twenty, twenty marquee, and all they sell their is trump merge in and there's a a place a day trump vehicle rally that kind of drives down the main street of the town here. So it's it's really kind of jarring going from. DC TO MINNESOTA because you know we went from like kind of the neighborhoods of mount pleasant kind of a nice area northwest DC to trump bill year. So it's quite the contrast. Yeah. Well, I mean. So what do you think right now? is well first of all. I got to ask you about this whole thing, Nancy Pelosi in the salon this getting all the big news Nancy Pelosi's in the salon and and she didn't wear a mask and everyone's calling Hara hypocrite. I'm like Really Donald Trump never wore a mask and one hundred ninety people are dead because of his mishandling of the pandemic and you're beating last I checked Nancy. Pelosi is not running to be president, right? I gotTA confess it's a story that have kind of tried not to pay attention to because it's just so silly I mean Fox News today your their main late morning news show that was the top story was this Pelosi thing and they had a panel talking about it. Of course, trump is posted a bunch of tweets about it I mean. It seems like trump is only interested in public health measures for covert insofar as he can kind of own the lips over it you know, and so this is kind of an example of that where I don't think trump as you mentioned I mean last week he held a super spreader event at the White House He's held a number of campaign rallies at least want to since last week where he's had these events were there's no social distancing. There's very. Few people wearing masks, and so I don't believe that he is any sort of sincere concern about you know San Francisco City ordinances when asked wearing but you know it's an opportunity for him in for Donald Trump junior and people like that to kind of point out the purported hypocrisy of liberals with stuff like this, and the idea is to sort of you know kind of undercut. The idea that anybody is holier than thou. We've all sort of not. Warren Masks. And stuff like that. But you know it's just it's just a talking that trump can use to kind of lab. So it's honestly a story that I'm familiar with the broad outlines of it but I know that we've entered like days three of this where now Pelosi is saying that the salon owner. Or. There's all of these layers to it. In Kind Kinda got to a point I was like you know there's more important things for me to be spending my time my time on them, the story no, I know but. Another way for them. You know something for them even CNN said that you know. Pelosi just handed trump a gift you know and I'm like how many things trump have to do and then and then people are going to pounce on this one. Really. You know what I mean. I know I mean again I think it Kinda just the idea is that it's sort of reveals the hypocrisy of these liberals you know who are kind of being sanctimonious about wearing masks. When you know when they go to the Salon they're not wearing them themselves in. So I mean I understand kind of the appeal of that from a from trump standpoint. You know it's something else to talk about but the other thing with trump is he so shameless about this stuff I mean he's on twitter attacking Governor Cuomo in New York because New York had the most. Cova deaths of any state, and it's like you know we want to compare a Kobe responses year. Let's compare trump with other world leaders in Kinda take stock of that situation because I think that's really where you know the inadequacies of what's been happening with government kind of shines through where a lot of other countries have schools reopened fans at sporting events. They have bars that are open and we're so far behind the curve here despite being the most wealthy country on the planet but you know trump is so shameless about this stuff that he's willing to attack Cuomo. covid response when he has overseen the world's worst Cova respond, he's willing to attack Pelosi over wearing a mask. When he you know maybe has been go wrapped once or twice ever wearing a mask we hold these events where it's jammed pack nobody's wearing masks, and so know there's just a certain shamelessness that still to me to this day is just incredible when I see him attacking Cuomo but that's rule one. The trumpism is complete shamelessness and so I guess in that respect, it's not totally surprising. Well, it's like I even have I even have these. It just seems like anything that trump says like, okay Biden's High Haydn Biden now ripe meanwhile, Biden Biden has never said he wasn't going to go. He wasn't going to debate. So now they already picked Chris Wallace as the. You know. As the moderator of the debate, right? So the bait is happening Biden's not hiding, but I have people who claim that they are smart like I mentioned this guy on my show Scotty pace he's working at the show he said. A Nimrod Biden's too afraid to debate. He's not going to debate. Now Aaron we know Biden is going to debate and not only is he going to debate? He's GonNa kick trump's ass. I also I mean. I I'm pretty confident. That will go that way. I think I think the thing to keep in mind that I think everybody felt like Hillary kick trump's ask three times last cycle in that kind of turned out. So. I think it's tempting to kind of read too much into these debates. I mean it was sort of the same thing with RNC, in the. Where there's so much analysis of like, Oh, which who had the bigger bounds which one was better all that stuff. In the end, I'm not sure if a really kind of swaying the race one way or the other I mean you're right that Biden has been consistent that he's going to debate trump. He never has said I'm thinking of not doing it or anything like that. You know stuff about him. A big speech yesterday Biden did. Into questions from reporters he's traveling to Wisconsin today but you're you're right. You know trump kinda says the stuff so much that people kind of believe that it's true you know the heightened Biden thing being one, and then you I've got s that a number of of an podcast and then people on twitter and people that I know about the debates kind of you know is, is Biden going to debate not going to debate it's like he's been consistent that he's going to do it. Pelosi last week at a news conference said that it's she was by she would not debate trump because he lives so much that it's kind of a pointless exercise than I do think there's some truth to that that you know it's not going to be a debate in kind of the the sense that we think of with presidential debates it's going to be trump lying about everything and biden kind of best. Fact check you know and I think we saw some of that the RNC you wear it was like some of these speeches were so chocked full of lies which just one after the next that it kind of exhausts people you know where it becomes kind of difficult to fact check. Alabama and I think that's why that clip Daniel Dale that you probably saw there a couple of 'em actually where he fact checking. At the are ended and it was like, no fact checking thirty lies in three minutes kind of thing. Yeah. and you know he he that's his job as doing that. But I think for for people who just Kinda follow casually it is kind of exhausting just the sheer volume of lies and you kind of see out into Beta these sort of a similar dynamic where you'll have everything that trump says. Ally that you know how how fruitful really is that it puts a lot of onus on Biden to be prepared. With fact, Jackson that you know that's a difficult thing It'd be difficult for any of us let alone someone who's also trying to articulate kind of a positive vision policy proposals and all that stuff. But isn't that up to the moderator isn't that up to Chris Wallace go? That's not true. You're right. You're absolutely right I think that while this will do a good job I mean I watch this show every Sunday obviously works, for Fox, news and there's a lot that kind of comes along with that and he's a very good interviewer Chris Wallace's When he kinda puts the pundits had on on Fox News a lot of commentary I think still leans pretty far to the right but you know as far as people on Fox News that you could get to moderate a debate I. think he's about as good as you could have hoped for we all saw the interview that He. Didn't July with trump which was really a disaster trump because wallace was not afraid of him and was willing to kind of push back when trump said absurd stopped. So I feel pretty comfortable with Wallace being the moderator actually really looking forward to that debate is I think you know given what we all know about trump I think the ratings are going to be really high in I. Think they're going to be highly anticipated events but you know again I mean we can think back even in twenty twelve with Obama and Romney Romney by most people's estimates one that first debate predestine. Obama and or we can think back to Bush and Kerry everybody was kind of waiting for Kerry to mop the floor with Bush, which he kinda did in of course, Bush went on to win the election anyway. So I think there's people kind of over you know they put too much. They kind of read too much into these debates sometimes but you know we're now in the cycle of the campaign season where that's the next big event and I do think they'll make for great television. So you know just like everybody else I'm definitely looking for it now. Well, you know also is. Had Billy Balden on. on Tuesday and he said that. Registered independence. Is like thirty nine percent and registered Republicans thirty, eight percent it's it's it's almost like you know the independence are lodge lodge groups so they'll be watching those debates. So we got a hope that Biden really does mop the floor with them. I hope. So I mean, you know I think one of the scary things with trump at this point is if you're supporting him now I mean. Like what, what would it take to get you to sort of reevaluate that you know I guess I hear what you're saying with independence at sort of a different thing. But you know if you're even considering supporting trump at this point, you know with one hundred and eighty, six, thousand people dead with unemployment over ten percent I mean granted sure. The stock market has been doing pretty well, it tanked today but you know I mean, it's. Slightly over fifty percent of the population owns stocks united. It's not kind of this main street saying where people are getting rich on the stock market I mean, that's still kind of elite things. So you I just look at all the stuff he's been doing with male voting and you know threatening to send him federal authorities to all these cities and. Kinda open moves in some respects towards fascism really kind of -Tarian. Mode of governance. That's really unusual for the United States. If you're still kind of flirting with the idea voting for trump you know I I just kind of wonder how gettable these people are. It's a scary thing. Again, I'm sitting here in the middle of a very read part of the United States and I see people. Twice a day on the street that goes right behind where I'm staying right now there's a trump vehicle parade where people are honking and they got their trump legs people it's it's. But you know it's It's a real thing and I think you know the solid set we can take at this point that you know Biden is still solidly ahead in most of the polls, his National League is kind of between seven and eight points which that holds up It's almost impossible for trump to lose the popular vote by that much instill win the Electoral College you're kind of maxes. Out at about five percent where still be kind of a scenario where he could lose by five percent, win the Electoral College. So the point being Biden is still ahead but you know if you're a voter that at this point is still kind of thinking about voting for trump I'm just kind of questioning what these people are basing their vote on at this point because you know it's kind of like. Gestures broadly at society that we we can't even go places anymore safely. So what does it what what would it take to get you to reconsider at this point while I know what I put you know I think there are people have the Bernie people who who are like. You know I really WanNa Bernie I don't know but you know there are those. There are some undecideds out. Tonight, they're undecided. Bernie people I interact with a lot of. People in that segment of the laughs. Bernie people you know the I don't know exactly how to describe them but. You know I mean I understand the frustration with you know Biden being a a moderate centrist damn. Who you know he for instance, he supported the Iraq war, which is really bad. You know and with criminal justice he's been really bad and. And you know but but I also think there's kind of a tendency to to evaluate those things with like a current lens you I mean the Iraq war vote from a standpoint of liberalism is indefensible but you know what was it like to? Democrats in the Senate that voted against the Iraq war back in two thousand and two. So you know I, mean given the context of the day wasn't this kind of agree GIS It you know you can understand where he was coming from with it but you know I understand the frustrations that people on the far left have with the can't buy. But I guess my retort I don't think this would convince a lot of people is you know look at the alternative at this point I mean we're basically facing a binary choice between Biden and trump and think another four years of trump. You know I mean who knows what this country is GonNa look like I'm coming out the other end of that and so I just think you know the the notion that if you kinda burn it all down, that's going to represent a victory for the last I mean. By the time that we're done with another four years that trump would probably talking about Ivanka trump don Jr. slugging it out in the Republican primary or something I mean it's it's a very bleak time line with trump wins another term. So you know I think from from that standpoint of just what's best for the country but I would hope people kind of get past that you know we had a primary election Biden one, it's. And you know. So now we face a choice between Biden and trump. So I, understand people being frustrated but that's just the reality of the situation. What will. Know. And getting back to talking about the and I'm sorry I was distracted do look. I've never had a cockroach in this house so. Bad Luck John. I. Know what it is Erin. I usually had a fan here and. The Fan broke last night. So I turned on my central air and I bet you when I turn the central air on, it came came in through the vents. That seems possible to be. I. Mean I. I am not an expert on on such things but that certainly seems like a plausible. That seems like a plausible explanation for that I. Get it figured out it's I wouldn't want to be trying to do podcast with cockroaches all over nine. Three but they were big ones like. Big Ones. Yeah see I guess. With live you know I'm used to doing mostly pre tapes. For five and done a lot of video streaming stuff I know it's kind of all the rage People. Getting, podcast going in and people that weren't do this are generally like let's do the video podcasts in to me. It's kind of like daunting. It's hard enough just to talk. On video and then you're like you got infestation at your place I'd be really distracted. So you're definitely earned it is. Not An infestation. It was just those three. I haven't seen any more but and there's no food appear like I'm a upstairs like there's not any food or whether you're the Food I. Don't. Know I don't know what the probably not probably ever. It's weird. Like ants don't bother me flies don't bother me. You know like even like grasshoppers don't bother me more I don't care. Cockroaches. Air. Cockroaches and maggots really steamy out. Yeah. That may be very I would be very concerned by maggots in my in my apartment but cockroaches are big gross for sure so I second. Everything, but I never had them before in my life at this place and I've been here for maybe four or five years now. Well Anyway, it doesn't matter but getting back to the DOD. So now Louis Joy is now has been subpoenaed again or a well, he's been subpoenaed ready did his hearing right now this is a trump appointee. He didn't he didn't give them all the documentation that he was supposed to the post office. The delays started as soon as he started. It's very obvious. How? How in the world is this possible and in a democracy? I I mean, I think the problem is at the post office is a federal agency and so when they take measures to slow down service for whatever reason. You know especially in a situation Republicans control the Senate I it's difficult to kind of counteract that and so You know trump obviously is a person who I, think sometimes, people kind of think that he's playing twelve dimensional chess has all of these strategies and. I think he's just kind flailing but with this post office stuff I, mean they did kind of figure out a way to sort of undermine the confidence in this election. That I do think will have really negative impacts because I think what we're kind of looking at in a likelihood is a scenario where on election night itself in some of these key swing states it could look like trump is a head or very close to Biden and then a lot of these states legally they cannot tally the mail in votes until Election Day you know today, they can't get a head start in terms of reporting results in. So it's going to take days if not weeks and that will create an opportunity for trump to proclaim victory that look you know I'm ahead and these mail ballots are fraudulent and we're going to challenge them and then you know. It'll be a slug fest in mccord's Kinda sort that out. But you know I don't know trump came up with this or if if someone in his ear, did you know but but I, think that's kind of the goal here is to give trump in outs in the likely event that he doesn't win. Barron. Square to challenge it, and it's really hard to predict how that's going to go. But you know I think that's kind of nightmare scenario. I didn't article on this a couple of weeks ago. Right talk with a bunch of experts who have expertise in terms of elections in voting, and they're all you know people to person everybody that I talked to was saying. It's really critical for people to kind of retrain the way that they think about elections because we sort of assume that we're going to have results the night of and that will know the winner you know Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, and that is probably not going to be the case this year and you would hope that the American president in do the responsible thing and kind of set realistic expectations for people in instead it seems like we're going to head down a dark path. He's going to try and capitalize on uncertainty proclaim victory even if it's not a legitimate one. And so it's really dark. Dark situation but I think that's sort of what all of these attacks on male voting pointing toward and it'll be real question for institutions in terms of will we have a fair outcome or not? I'm really unsure how that's GonNa. Play Out I think we've seen. You know it's Over a third now of federal judges were appointed by trump. So that's one factor on the other hand, we've seen people like John Roberts on the Supreme Court kind of break with trump. So I'm not sure how that's going to play out I. Think it'll help trump the closer that the result is more uncertainty he can create you know it's a biden landslide i. think that's a very hard situation for him to try and challenge. That but I think that's what we're kind of staring down this fall in. It's certainly you know an unusual situation but I mean, we can certainly dispense with the idea that there's any kind of good faith concern about the post office. It's all about the election. This idea that the post office is a for profit business you know trump keeps citing they lost. X. Y. or Z. Billion Dollars in recent years and like it's called the postal service for reason, it's a service it's not. It's not Amazon they're not out there to make a profit. In if you apply the same logic that he's using for the post office, the military, it's kind of absurd logic. You could say the same thing why isn't the military making a profit? Well, you know it's it's the armed services, right? Just like it's the postal service so You know the arguments underpinning curtailing some of these services pretty obviously flawed ones. but the goal is to kind of so out about the election. And so you know it's an unusual thing but that's just the that's unfortunately Kinda the nightmare scenario I think we're kind of looking at for for election. Night November. Well but his. Trump is saying how bad the mound voting isn't he always votes by now yeah. Well, right I mean that's yeah, and so he kind of makes that distinction where it's like Oh absentee voting is fine which is what he does where you request the ballot, you get it, you send it in but you know there are five states right now including Utah, which is a very public state that do their elections almost entirely already by mail and they have the same procedures for absentee as they have for. Male voting to make sure that the fraud isn't occurring in when studies have been done looking at brought in these states I mean there's almost no instances where it successful in you know a lot of the cases at trump sites like this one in Paterson. New Jersey that he loves to side You know there's other ones that where it's actually evidence that system works because the the fraudulent activity was was detected in people were prosecuted. So you know there's no evidence that that male voting is right for. Fraud, there are safeguards that I'll be states already have to make sure it doesn't happen you know trump believes in with some with some good reason to believe this that people who are voting by mail tend to vote for by or you when polling occurs of people who are likely to vote by mail they say they support by him and so he's he sees creating doubt and trying to to not count some of these valves as a way that will help him win the election and so. that's really the calculus I think that that's at play here but I mean again, it gets back. I was saying earlier in the first rule of trumpism is complete shamelessness in it's the same thing that you were saying with trump votes absentee and yet he has always problems a mail boat I mean, no normal person would be kind of shamed by that. It's like I'm being really hypocritical or really you're contradicting myself but trump you know he doesn't have that that hypocrisy detector that most of us have. Total shamelessness. So I don't think he really has any problem saying Oh mail voting is this huge scandal. Rigging the election in. I. Do it myself you know I mean it the the distance doesn't really computer for him. Well. It's so funny. When You when you were talking another one, I found another one. Oh, my goodness. So that's four now. It's like the biblical plague. Be because I turned on the central air condition it's gotTa be don't know where else to come in from well thankfully, September Oakley went up to run the se too much longer. That's if that's the problem. This is the. Never had this happen to me of this is hysterical. Wow it's like a biblical plague. I. Up the. Or something the. First one was the funniest when it's like. That I. was like Oh. My God man you'd like. We need to get medical attention our. was like because I've never seen one in the house ever saw I was like. You know. Glad eater. That's good entertainment on Youtube. I'm sure you know the people don't want to show that. I am so. I like all my twentieth. We'll be like earliest. gearhead and make fun of me. I'll be the first when it comes to cockroaches and Maggots I'm like I'm a coward if if anyone saw me on I'm a celebrity, get me out of here I put my hand in like things with cockroaches in it and stop it and I was screaming like a little girl I. Mean it was like and yet it was it was bugs, bugs, freak me out I mean you know I'll get a ring. I'll box anybody I'll fight anybody a box anybody. But when it comes to cockroaches, maggots and snakes, they freaked me out I don't even mind spiders. Just, cockroaches how about you? Know. Yeah. I'm with the on that trying to think less I've been around cockroach. It's it's been a while. Like I said, it was living in an apartment to like six months ago. That had a mice infestation in that really kind of I really didn't like that cause I'd be like on the phone or doing something I'd see other mouse screaming across the room, and then you set a trap and your that's what I dread when you set the trap and then if it gets one, it's all smashed the trap and you have to handle all that. That's where. That's where I kind of get grossed out. But. You know bugs I think I'm kind of used to bug eyed grew up in Minnesota. We have a lot of mosquitoes year I don't even mind Mosquitos. Ainhoa Grad. Thing, but you get a little bit used to to bugs I guess year. Cockroaches that I'm with you. It's kind of a different thing that really big in that. Really ugly. and. So yeah, I my heart goes out I definitely I empathize for you. I hope you can open get that figured out Geez, but it's funny because six foot. Chats he said John if they're really big which they are the Palmetto, the Palmetto bugs. Okay. He goes the ones you gotta worry about other small ones. Then you have an infant an infestation. These. But I just anything freaks me out anyway. It's Appropriate that we're talking about the GOP and and then I'm. Getting a cockroach infestation yikes. Yeah I. Guess that is kind of a there's some poetry to that. So what do you think about Bill Bar? Boy I don't know if people watch that Wolf Blitzer. I just played some of it I just. Because I really was kind of surprise that it's like he's barely pretending to try at this point I mean you know because I mean the first question was about the Jacob Blake thing in Kenosha and we've all kind of familiarize ourselves. If you follow this story at all I mean there was a knife in the car, but it doesn't there's no evidence that he was brandishing officer anything that. Would have been threatening, and of course, it kind of became this like excuse for shooting 'em all seven times that he was shot you know that he had a knife in the car sort of thing but I mean, if that's the logic that's being used, that would justify police barging into any of our homes shooting us because we have a knife in the drawer just it doesn't really make sense. And that was what he said. You know when when it came up, was kind of you know he didn't want to leap to conclusions that the shooting was unjustified because this guy had a knife in Wolf Blitzer kind of pointed out to him I'm not sure if you've played that part of it wolf, blitzer was like, no, actually he wasn't I did. Yeah, he just says, well, that's not however understand yet. That's not how I understand that the situation played out. A minute just you know I it's so kind of going to see that he doesn't bother to Kinda get up on the facts on a situation like that in was the same thing with his comments about male voting you know where he's asked to present evidence of any says, well, logically, it just makes sense that this could be a major source of fraud it's like. No that doesn't you know you have to have some actual evidence of this stuff and so to me that was really with that interview it kind of. Really stuck out to me was that it's he's barely even pretending to to kind of to get up to speed or to kind of know the facts about these things. And so you know. Maybe that shouldn't be surprising at this point I mean when trump went to Kenosha earlier this week bill bar sitting at the table right next to you know any certainly. Proven himself time and time again, be kind of trump's lackey and in a more kind of an arm of the trump campaign than the independence Then an independent arbiter of the law. So usually bar though usually he's on Fox News usually. How a softball interviews in. So it Wolf Blitzer by no means is kind of this Gotcha journalists or you know he's not like a A CUOMO CNN or even Chris Wallace if you if you pay attention to the questions that was asked in are they were very kind of straightforward you know not super probing or like pushing back really hard and even that was too much for bar to kind of. Keep it together in terms of having a coherence. Coherence narrative of events around in the Blake situation or surrounding election interference mail voting any of these things. So it kind of makes me wonder why he would do such an interview in the first place. You know when it clearly went poorly for him and. Anybody who Kinda watch that you know who watched that an impartial way who wasn't already kind of assange trump supporter. I don't see how you could possibly think that went well for him but you know to me it just kind of highlighted that these people can get into their echo chambers and you know when you kind of pierce that even a little bit you know the whole thing kind of also pardoned I think you know another? Maybe the best example of that in my mind is a lot of stuff that are says about the Russia investigation where this whole idea that there was this. FBI Conspiracy Against Trump in two thousand sixteen is so absurd when you realize that bowl campaigns were being elected or bull campaigns are being investigated in there were only leaks about the Clinton investigation. So if there was a conspiracy against trump, it would've been really easy to to handle that in such a way where trump never got elected. You know if FBI agents in September October of two thousand sixteen would have been leaking that, hey, this guy is under investigation for possibly colluding with Russia that. Would have been really bad you know but there weren't any leaks on the other hand. There were leaks about Clinton in. It's like you know just when you kind of like keep the basic facts in mind this idea that there was a conspiracy against trump that are has promoted is just totally absurd but you know when he goes on Fox News with Sean Hannity or Tucker Carlson they there's no pushback and so there's this alternative reality that sort of is allowed to exist in certain. Contexts be going CNN with Wolf Blitzer and he has kind of basic questions pointing out that, hey, there's no evidence that Jacob Blake was armed by what you just said in. It's like he's got no response other than well, that's know I understand differently in you know it's just so absurd but you know get against of mentioned this this one interview the shamelessness is kind of the first rule of trumpism where it's like most of us should be ashamed to go on CNN NBC. Totally. Out of our depth in an interview with Wolf Blitzer but for Bill Borrow, it was just kind of you know it was just Wednesday for him so. You know. So you and I were sitting here in a look bad and I think a lot of people kind of agree with that assessment but. You know in trump world. It's not like that lost any points with trump you know he was he was on their defense trump defended trump. In so I guess in that that respect, it was mission accomplished, but you know what? It almost seems like Fox is starting. To call trump out the besides Chris Wallace. Did you watch the Laura Ingraham? One? I did yeah. where she kind of saying I think she basically say that like Biden speech was good or something like that. You know it wasn't super over the top but yeah oh no, no, no no just. Just. Like two days ago she was. He was saying that there was a plane with people dressed in black and. You know and. I did watch interview. Yes and the deep state and our controlling Biden, and she's like, where were you getting this from? It's like. We'll the other I don't know if you caught the part of that interview where. Trump you he started in. This clip on twitter. Where trump started comparing the police shootings, two golfers missing putts they're, and she kind of jumped in was like Oh. You'RE NOT GONNA you're not comparing shootings with golfers. Kind of saying again, it was like another gas lighting where it was like trump just said this thing that was really bad and then she jumps in it was like you didn't just say that you know. It was like, are you interviewing him? Are you kind of his PR manager here? For. Much credit. But yeah I mean there wasn't instance during that interview where she fact checked I. Think it was as you were mentioning, you know he's kind of crazy theory about like the caravans of antiques on the plains. where she was lake there's no evidence of that or something. It was just a very basic observation the thing that I will say about that as I think, Fox gets too much credit for the stuff sometimes where it's like they say at the sky is blue and then it gets like a full news cycle of. How how brave? Fox, news is obviously the grading on a curve I understand that but. I would say in terms of the broader point that you mentioned about Issac turning on trump I would say kinda pens. When you watch you know if you watch primetime with Tucker Carlson Sean Hannity, Laura Ingram, it's still pretty much drinking the trump crew laid the trump who laid happy hour from seven to ten I'm but if you turn on during the day and you listen to Chris Wallis or you know to a lesser degree like Sandra Smith through his window the morning anchors. Yeah I have noticed you know there's a little bit more push back in recent weeks than normal with some of the egregious fan and some of the false statements that trump people make. But. It's the world's greatest Kurban bigger graded on. You know it's like you know they affirm that up his up and down as down. It's like the people think that they're brave truth tellers I think they get a little bit too much credit but yeah, you're right to kind of flag that I took note of that tutoring that interview that you know there there were a couple of moments where she. Was Willing to at least push back a little bit on stuff and that is somewhat unusual. Also, I don't know if that means that box is kind of turning on him I mean certainly you know he's trashed amendment I mean even today on twitter he was trashing box because their latest poll. Is Yeah, because basically they're not rigging polls for him. You know he thinks that Fox should be rigging foles for him and because they're not, he's mad and so he's promoting Oh am. which is another one of these things where it's like be careful what you wish for because away an is not that widely available. You know he kinda encouraging people. Hey, watch away in most people cable can't get away an. And so you know when you trash on Fox until people stop watching Fox you know you. You might be kind of hurting yourself a little bit because ninety nine percent of Fox is still very pro trump you know and he can't handle that one percent. But if you tell people that all of it is bad, you know you're kind of you're cursing people not to watch programming that in its totality is very favorable for you. So you know that's another one of those ones. Never I seem trashing box on twitter it's like Boy You know if I was kind of yours, your strategist I would probably advise you not to do that. But. He can't help himself I. Mean it's it's the one percent. You know they'll spend you know nine hours of the day praising him and then two minutes you know two minutes pointing out that he lied about something and he meltdown over that. So he's got the thin skin in the world. Like if you put them next to Obama Obama took so much crap. But never even You know said anything about he just you know like trump can't take anything. Wrong. It's a real thing because, yeah I mean we think a president's usually the virtues that we would want you know in like our family members or friends you know it's like having thick skin and like having principles and not lying and stuff. These are kind of like basic qualities in granted you know presidents have had their personal issues, I? Mean almost all of them have because they're human you. Know and they make mistakes and so you don't want to defy people but you the degree to which is kind of trump's sort of virtue out of like the worst characteristics being super thin skinned and being a bully and all the stuff I mean it really is quite remarkable So you're in I'm that you because sometimes I get kind of Numb to it at this point where it's like. You know he's calling woman horseface on twitter whatever in Amsterdam it just seems like a normal thing that he does by now. But when you kind of take a step back and put it in the context of while this president, you know the fact that he's melting down over you know someone pointing out that he was lying when he was very obviously lying You know I mean that is something. That we should kind of condemn and and not become numb to. But you know we've had we've had four years of this by now. So you know I mean I'm a little bit personal beaten down by it, but I'm I'm glad it's good to have people like you kind of like really point out that you know he's super thin skinned and and it's not normal for president to be that. Well. The other thing Erin is an at and I said this and I know you do this. Know the mainstream media doesn't really cover things that they should be like and what I'm talking about is then. Not really talking about election for they never bring up trump trump's ties with the mob they never bring up. You know how we didn't pay contractors you know how he stiff. Hundreds of people they never bring up about you know how how, how his buildings have been financed by Russia the UAE, he's all this stuff that was on dirty money on looks like well all factual information but you never hear anybody talk about it, and now my problem is just like we were talking about even when it seems it's normalized like anything trump does. So even when he's like breaking the hatchback by doing during the RNC by. Clear from the White House. Nobody even says anything. The norm. I think with a lot of large media companies I mean there's kind of a reflexive thing where you want to be fair to both sides kind of thing, and so that's why we get three days of Nancy Pelosi Salon coverage you know because These journalists wanted to be seen as being fair. You know we've got a lot of this I mean maybe the most classic example from this era is kind of the Clinton email stop right where you one hand of trump as you mentioned your all these ties to the mob, all these tile ties to international crime. In The New York Times to its credit credited the huge deep dive on the tax fraud that his family has been involved in all of this stuff in when you compare that with using personal email for government business I mean, it's just kind of. You it's so absurd if you should laugh or cry about it or both Kinda thing you know but. It's kind of a symptom of a certain mode of media coverage, which is Kinda the both sides you don't WanNa be seen as. Being you know leaning Democratic or being liberal, and so that's how a lot of stuff gets normalized because it's like you on one hand you have Nancy Pelosi not wearing a mask salon on the other hand you have trump having a super spreader event at the White House while he breaks federal law you know but it's like you WanNa be veritable sides and so you you cover both of them as their equivalent and You know what's good point I would like to say that things have improved from twenty sixteen but. you know I I still think there's a little bit too much of that. You know where know there's too much normalization that goes on with trump. and. You know there are too many punches that that Kinda get pulled. Because you WANNA be perceived as being unfair to the president or his supporters kind of thing. And so you know I mean I I would like to kind of have faith going into this election that we would do better the media writ large but I do see a lot of that same. You know the fact that that Nancy Pelosi's mask wearing is kind of like a three days story you know is a symptom of that. And it's it's just unfortunate but you know it's a very deeply ingrained journalists are kinda trained in that tradition where it's like, you don't have a personal view on anything you know part you don't vote. You're calling balls and strikes but you know when when you kind do that in such a way that you put things on equivalent status that aren't equivalent. You disservice to your audience because you end up normalizing some really bad stuff you know in this era of politics, Iran and so. yeah I. Mean you're right to kind of call it the media on that, and sometimes I'm pretty you know I work in the media. So know I tried to bring a fair perspective on it but. You know sometimes, the most effective critiques come from outside for people who can kind of look at it from the outside Dan rather than. People who work in the industry. So you know if it's helpful I think you know on twitter or elsewhere to kind of listen Jack. When you see stuff like that kind of point out that you know a lot of bad stuff is being normalized. While, we'll just like you're saying is. The other hypocrisy is trump is going on and on about Clinton's emails and using the wrong server and meanwhile Malani is using. All his kids are using the wrong. Service would have and and it just seems like nobody reports on it. Yeah, I mean. People Report on it because we read it I, mean the Milania story just on the news today or yesterday I'm not sure if there was a new maybe it's in the book that is coming out. Again. It was on the stories that I kinda saw him. We've seen a few of these like vonk has used personal email for government. So as you know and it's like. You know I mean it was such a big deal with the Clintons because. There is kind of perception always of course, the Clintons they didn't play by the rules and you know it was like sort of evidence of that. But you would hope that the same standard would apply to the current president, his family in it doesn't and so. That you know that that's part of the reason that trump is honestly effective in in getting away with a lot of stuff. You know it's the classic flooding zone technique where you know we eat just yesterday he's out there encouraging supporters to commit felonies in it's like. I mean, there's so many scandals in is just so you know we're so overwhelmed by them. That, you know for people who aren't deeply invested or have other things you know who were find it unpleasant. The follow politics busier whatever it's like it becomes really easy to tune it out because there's just you know becomes really easy. I mean I've seen this with some of my family members where in the early years of trump they kind of thought that the media was being hysterical about the stuff because there were so many scandals and. It was like trump couldn't possibly be this bad. I've noticed that Kobe of seemed to be the turning point where people in a lot of instances kind of woke up. You know because it affected their their own lives. It was like man, this guy really does not have shit together and as a result I'm locked at home for six months and or I got laid off at work or added family member who got sicker I got sick kind of thing. and. So you now unfortunately, it kind of takes that in a lot of instances it takes someone being personally affected but the broader point flooding zone is just that there's so many scandals whether it's the e mail stuff whether it's trump encouraging felonies breaking the law, his staffers breaking the the Hatch Act that have the RNC at the White House. You know, e., it's just overwhelming in it becomes kind of difficult to break through the noise and networks that trump said manage while it's just like and you know what? Just as it's as basic. As, TRUMP When Obama was president. Beating them up playing every now and then, and you know and saying if any this tape of him, if I were President, I would never have time to Gov yet. Now he's golf more than like any other modern day president in his first. Term. You know it's like like how how did anything and? I get the twentieth like actually defending it. Well, he needs time to relax. Isn't like. Yeah. But he he trashed Obama for years about. It's the shamelessness. He totally I mean again, you know it's like normal people your I. You know if we ran for president and you know made like a point of why we didn't like the current president that Gulf too much. You know then we became president you would think just kind of a normal person to be like well, I'm probably not going to golf because then I am the very thing that was criticizing right now. But it's like you know people like trump. It's like they don't have that sort of common sense or like that sort of detector of the policy is just sort of broken or doesn't work you know so yeah, I mean it's just it's completely it's it's beyond parody. I mean a lot of the stuff it's like. each so outrageous that you couldn't even really satire or the satire would be just kind of reality itself at a certain point. and that's kind of you know and I struggle with this lot my job 'cause like box. You know we're all about explaining the news role about policy in kind of ideas and all this stuff. In it's like we're so far past that with with politics these days you know is just it's become so outrageous where Unless you're kind of embracing crimes. Support, this president is planned, but the sad thing is that it's like. Thirty five to forty percent of the population is sort of on board with that, and you know it really Kinda puts us in a dicey spot in terms of the politics of our country. When we you know when when, when, when, when one party becomes kind of pro crime basically. You know there's something very wrong with our politics and so you know it's a tough thing because trump losing isn't gonNA. Fix All of this. But I, think even like start fixing any of it you kind of have to have him out of the White House so. You know it's really for it really feels like November is kind of it's it's for all the marbles reassure wear. United wonder this country is GonNa look like you know in four years if trump wins another term you I think you already kind of senior. He really wants to criminalize protests like this idea that if you're on the streets in your, you know black lives matter person. Or you're protesting trump. He's trying to conflate that with like anarchy in looting insert, make that a criminal deal and and you kind of see where that could go. and. So it's a really scary thing and we're kind of looking at a point now Possibly our last checks to try and fix. This is this election. In the as we've already kind of talked about I mean I don't think it's going to be totally free and fair because we already sort of see what the game is with this male voting stop. and so there's already it's already going to be free and fair, and that's kind. The scary thing is that there's a version of the history books that it's going to be written in a couple of generations were the two thousand twelve election might be the last free and fair one that we had because of course, they're all the shenanigans with Russia the last time around that that sort of thing. So. Yeah. It's a scary deal when you're living through it but I try and sort of You know it's overwhelming if you get to you know if you get to Bleak about it, but it is the reality I mean this November is really all the marble so You know what we have like sixty seven days left at this point we're getting down there. So it's a fascinating time to live through nothing else. Yeah and you know it's you're exactly right. When you're saying things that you'd it's it. It's almost a parody already because when I had Jay Leno on, he's like you know we were talking about you know. Because like I wouldn't even WANNA. Be You know I wouldn't WanNa do. It. You can't make fun of trump because of what he does it. So agree Jisk-. Make. Ready a joke. You know what I mean, and it's I mean it's so horrible. I mean you know and that's Jay Leno who never ever take sides and even he was saying, you know essentially like this guy is just horrible. Is tough new do comedy about it I mean I I give a lot of credit. Like Colbert with this, this he which is legitimately funny a lot of the time I think but it becomes difficult to kind of. It's challenging to have a sense of humor about When there's a thousand people a day dying Koga and all that stuff. So. It makes it. It makes it tough but it's just you know again is concerning me that we're at a point where it's like thirty five to forty percent of people are still on board because it just kinda raises the question of what would it take? What would it take for these people to not support trump because the classic argument that's always been used in past presidential cycles or the classic question is are you better off now than you were four years ago and I think there's very very few people with a straight face could say that they're better off now because basically society is renewed has ceased to exist right? We can't go to comedy shows we can't go to sporting events. Schools are dicey at this point you know what I mean it's so even if you have more money, you know if you got a big tax cut or if you have if your stocks have really been performing, you know you got more money in your pocket it's still I think you'd be pretty hard pressed that you're better off than you were four years ago but the fact that that question is no longer really operative I think. It shows that there's something different going on her politics now and you know I think a lot of cases people are just too stubborn to admit that they wrong right because it's like if you were drinking the Kool aid for trump for three years. It becomes really challenging to kind of in your four boy was wrong and I'm going to vote for Biden this time. You know I think there probably are some people who who have done that but I think stubbornness for a lot of people is is part of it too or you're just you know you you've gone on the road this far with someone it's hard to say that was a bad decision and so you know you get kind of identity wrapped up in new at but you know the the normal kind of equations of our politics here in terms of this asking people if their lives are better than they were. It seems like that's only operative to like a certain extent. At this point there's a lot of other factors at play. So you know you look again, you people shouldn't get too dire over this. You look at the polling Biden ahead it's closer than it should be in some of the swing states, which is kind of concerning but. I think if the election happened today of you very, very likely that Joe Biden win but it's hard to account for all the shenanigans that trump is gonna try to hold onto power. Yep. Well, listen Aaron thanks so much for coming on. Pleasure I'm glad that the the connection is there this time even if I did bring a plague upon you but yeah. I never had a cockroach in here before it must be because I turn the AC on or because they're exterminating downstairs and all the cockroaches running is, will they? have me on again before the election and we'll see if the cockroaches return and if they don't, then you'll know that you know it's just a coincidence. When we'll know that I'm really bad bucked. So I, I would love to have you on again and when I tweet this out if you could re tweet it and Coming up next Dan Whitfield, who was running against Tom Cotton. Trying to take him out in. Arkansas. All, right. Thank you. Okay. Then you there. John How are you doing? Good okay I first of all, you know, let me just say Dan. I've never had this happen before and I've been doing this podcast for like ten years but I turned on my central air it's either that. Or it's because I opened the window or because they're exterminating the CONDO. Beneath me. And I've seen four big ASS cockroach. Doing while I'm doing this show and it's like the first one I've never seen a cockroach and I I. I. To cockroach and I see thing I'm like well. My Way Man. I wish you can send them my way. Yeah. Here's one of my little cockroaches right here. Oh. God I feed them to my praying Mantis. Food for me. Yeah, I gotta get a praying Mantis I guess I. Just. Before we start I got, I gotta pay the Bills Dan. You smoke weed. I don't smoke weed anymore now. Okay. Well, I I smoke weed and I partake in the sativa on a daily basis and I get it from speed. We Dot Com they deliver right to your home they got to Tiba Indica Edibles whatever you want. Speed we dot com just. Just go online if you're in La and then are you a betting man Dan? Gambling. No, not anymore. I lost too much money in my younger years. 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Are Down I have do that just and then if you looking for a house in Woodland Hills, go check out my buddy at forty, six, forty, seven, Canoga Avenue. You can go online and and Chat Qui n just end just contact me through You know twitter show on Hockey Canada twenty. My moderator are you there because we're getting troll? Okay. Let me see if we gotTA superjet here Dan. The Great Melinda. Thanks sixes thanks for Aaron. I thought he was great. And there's another troll. Okay. So then here's my problem. How are you looking in the polls Well, unfortunately, a lot of the polls that are being done by opponent don't get published. I'm so I'm guessing we're probably doing pretty well if they don't want anyone to know so. For everybody watching I didn't mean to I didn't want Erin to leave so abruptly but I, was Yeah Yvonne Yvonne Walk, instead just said those cockroaches obviously, the lives is next extermination zone beneath you, and then that's what's going on nurse germinating down. So now the ones are trying to get up he you know. But. I. Mean. They freaked me out these things anyway then. We have to take down Tom cotton calm. We really do he's pretty terrible as he showed even since we last toxins, he put out his overwhelming show of force op ED You know he's just continued down that rabbit hole with saying rioters are insurrectionists saying that you know slavery was a necessary evil and these terrible terrible things. Now and So funny because you been so busy campaigning, I can't even get you on show anymore. Been Pretty. Busy lately. So, so so who else is run? It's you. You, the front runner as far as. You know the you know as far as people try to take him down. So there is a libertarian, but in all of the different polls that I've thrown out, he gets less than four percent and my own personal goals I'm so I don't think he's a front runner or anything like that but there is one other gentleman running a race I just really agree with the libertarian platform I don't think minimum government maximum freedom is really the answer I think the answer is to get the corruption out of government rather than just get rid of the government. I agree and. Speaking of corruption, this is this is one of the main. Things I wanted to ask you about. Aren't you concerned about election fraud? Aren't you concerned about the ESPN asked machines being? Run. By a company that donates money to the Republican. National Committee I mean on you concerned about all this I mean with Louis the joy obviously doing his best to delay mount. So. It could affect the election. This is all right in front of our eyes. Aren't you concerned about any of this? It's really hard because I mean we can be concerned all we want but. It is what it is and there's nothing we can really do about it. Honestly, it's not like we can make them change the voting machines. It's not like weekend you know if you look back to Florida back you know w Bush was run in. Look at what happened with even mail in ballots with the actual physical ballots, they were using punching machines that were already full of little punch papers to make sure cards wouldn't punch now is with physical ballots. So if there's going to be election floor election fraud, there's going to be election fraud and there's not a whole lot we can do about it I think the best way to keep it under control is, of course, a close enough margin of error doing recounts doing hand counts everyone possible if if you're using an electric machine, make sure it prints out a card in hand your car into the actual. What's the word for the box takes your votes or your ballots just try to keep it all paper as much as you can. But it's just so hard if they want to control our elections in US election fraud, manipulate them, there's not a lot we can do to stop them unfortunately. Well, that's the question. Why can't we do anything? That's what I don't understand why can't the house go start investigating ESPN s like you know why? Why are some of these? You know the voting machines still connected to the Internet why? It's a good question. I. Want it that way they want to be able to control them. I know they've done all sorts of different experience where they have hackers and hack these voting machines and I think there was one kid like a kid like a teenager who didn't less than two minutes or something like that I mean it can be done. It's just what you do about it. Like you said, you have to get the House that maybe the ethics committee into it starting investigation, and then you have to get enough of our legislators to agree to launch an investigation into it and just the resources the finances that go into it and it's just it's hard push I mean. Look at. We're already looking at our executive branch being basically above the law. anyways. We already know the Department of Justice is deemed that a sitting president can't be indicted for a crime and this is just going to be another one of those things where what, what do we do? How do we come together as a people and put into things like election fraud and abuse of powers and things like that, and I think Bernie Sanders said the best we need to come up millions and take to the streets and rise up together in order to do something about it. But until we hit that breaking point where people are ready to actually do that and to take to the streets together. Again I just don't think there's much. We can do unfortunately. Yeah. Well, that's and that's just you know. I just don't think it's a you know an acceptable acceptable and acceptable thing when we're the greatest country on earth and yet we have the most corrupt well, maybe not the most, but we should. But we should not have any problems with our elections should be sacred thing in our democracy is is the right to vote and the right for anybody to vote and the right that the votes are going to be counted and they are not going to be rigged. The not going to be thrown away, and this is the kind of thing I mean. You know we need this. This should not be the norm in this in this country. And they're things that we could do to try to prevent some of this corruption. I think a really good idea would be on our ballots. If there's a little box at the very end that says, do you want to be private or public, and if you click that box and making public, then you can go online and check your wrote after the election to make sure that it was casting the way you wanted it to be cast having a little protection like that would go along ways because most of. The people already don't care. I know who I'm going to vote for. You know who I'm going to vote for. It's not like it's a big secret You know some people might be a little more secretive about it depending on where they live and things like that. But if we had an option like that, we could really help control some of the our votes knocking encountered or being counted in a way that we didn't actually cast them, which can happen with those You know rigged voting machines. Yeah. Well. I I'm just terrified of because you know even though Biden so far up in the polls just like Hillary was look what happened and I don't. And I thoroughly believe that there was some fraudulent activity in two thousand sixteen and I've had Jennifer Cohen on I. Don't know if you know her but she's election fraud expert and I've had you know Sherry Jacoby? Basan you know. They're fully aware of what's going on in the and. Everybody scan and I guess what I'm trying to say to you Dan is. Are, you worried that Tom Cotton is GONNA I mean they're going to do the same thing for Tom Cotton well I mean they're already doing everything they can help Tom Cotton win here in Arkansas. I mean, we've got like forty five minutes. We got some time. Right? You want them real corruption what's going on in Arkansas? Yes. Please though we haven't talked since early June I. Think actually the day that he put out his op ed the day after his op-ed and a lot has happened since thin. So I'm actually not even officially on the ballot yet I'm still in the legal process for ballot access a, we add lost our original case on We got our determination on June twenty fourth, and then we appealed it on June twenty eighth. Expedite on July eighth and then on July the ninth US Attorney General William Bar came here to Arkansas and met with my opponent Tom Cotton and the Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Who's trying to keep me off the ballot. Met With my opponent and the person trying to keep me off and there's pictures them together. It's not a secret or anything, and then they waited twelve days after I filed my expedite to put out a motion to oppose expedite, and then an unknown administrative panel of judges approved their motion to to oppose expedite and our expedite was denied. And we don't know who denied it. They didn't give a reason for denial they just denied it and what they did was they were trying to keep our oral arguments until after the ballots are printed and mailed out. So we filed our briefing for the Eighth Circuit Courts on July twenty seconds, and that gave the Attorney General's Office until August twenty first to get it filed. Now August twenty first is the day in Arkansas, where we do the drawings for the names on the ballot order. So they waited until seven forty, four PM on August twenty fourth after business hours to file their brief very right before the deadline and what that did was that push their brief. From, being reviewed until August twenty four, now ballots have already been named they've already been printed and we are waiting for our oral arguments now. So when we actually get our case before the judge which we have a really good case and I'm confident, we're GonNa win our ballot access ballots will have already been printed. They'll already been mailed out, and now we're going to have to see what do we do from here we ask them to reprint and destroy the old ballots and and redistribute them i. mean it's just crazy. They use every delay tactic in the book to make sure that our case will be heard after ballots already meld out how is this legal? A well, they would have to answer to the ethics committee. So I actually contacted the Arkansas ethics committee and broke down everything from the fact that the attorney general. The governor, the Secretary State they've all taken money from Tom Cotton I broke that down. I shouldn't. I sent links to the paper works where you can see that I sent links to wear his SUPERPAC rangers lead the way double donated to them. So he has actually given the money twice for their campaigns I broke down the time line of events of how everything happened and I never once used the word voter suppression and the response I got from the Arkansas Ethics Committee was we don't handle voter suppression. So they could recognize what was happening but they said, they don't handle it and then I start looking well, you know who does the Arkansas Ethics Committee consists of who are these people? Well, one of them was placed by the attorney general one of them was placed by the governor and one of them by the GOP majority leader here in Arkansas. So three fifths of the members are already under control by the GOP and I mean that's just how deep it starts to go all the way, and then it goes into our state legislators have you ever heard of the cotton law probably not you're not from Arkansas. So a couple of years ago I believe in two thousand eighteen. Senator Hammer. A one of our state senators who is actually he has his own little show that he does online and he's had Tom Cotton on twice now he's Tom Cotton. So they're buddies he put through law into our state legislators that pass with one hundred percent of the votes to allow a sitting official in Arkansas to run for another political office and they call this the cotton law that way Tom Cotton can be a senator and run for President in two thousand, twenty four where he would not have been able to legally do that two years ago. It is just unbelievable b the lengths they go. I'm and let's face it Dan I mean I know you're running. As an independent. and. I'm biased but you don't see this kind of corruption on the democratic side I mean where? We actually don't even have a Democrat in our race our Democrat was allegedly pocketing donations and fraudulently filing his FCC paperwork. So the GOP out about this on the Democrat. In May of Twenty nineteen held onto that information into one hour after the filing deadline on November eleventh at about one o'clock pm and put out a press release stating that they were launching an investigation into fraudulent FCC. Filings. With. Candidate one hour after that, he dropped out of the race and one hour after that, he sends his Lawyers Office campaign staffers houses to sign nondisclosure agreements, and now there's no Democrat in the race they're trying to keep the independent off the ballot and they even tried to get the libertarians off the ballot as well because they changed the law last year to get on the ballot as a third party, you need ten thousand signatures registered Arkansan voters with a maximum of ten thousand. Will they remove the maximum of ten thousand cap? Our state legislators did last year so that it'd be harder for third parties. To get on the ballot at this point, the already had the damaging information on the Democrat. So they raised the ten thousand signatures up to twenty, six, thousand signatures. So they tried to get the Libertarians off. They're trying to keep me off. They got the Democrat off they are trying to get Tom cotton to run unopposed because how does one of the most hated senators in America get reelected? He doesn't have a viable opponent that's the only way. It's just crazy what's been going on out here in Arkansas. But then we're only two months away from what are you GonNa do? Are you on the ballot or not? Well we have our arguments we just got approved for them. So my lawyers working on talking with the eighth circuit courts to get them to switch out one of their September oral argument cases for ours do irreparable harm of you know having us. Wait until October after early voting starts. So we are working we're waiting on our world arguments right now and hopefully we'll get those done. On September Twenty first through September twenty fifth. After that, we will either file to have them destroy and reprint and redistribute ballots were we're working on right now putting I think he's working on an injunction to try to get it so that they have to wait to mail out the ballots until after our hearing, which would only be a week. So it's nothing like really critical. Crazy. But but but. Aren't the malines already starting. I mean they've already printed them but they will not start mailing them out until September twenty eighth or September eighteenth I'm sorry. A okay but they're printing so you can't have your name on them, right? Well, it's you know a lot of people would be like. Well, it's already printed. There's no possible way, but it's happened many times in our history where we have had to reprint and destroy the old ones it wouldn't be anything new it's been done before and I think it would be worth spending the money to do that again because yes, we're. GonNa pay for with our taxes most likely but the few million dollars at a cost us in taxes will be able to make up later for saving you know ourselves from Babbel legislation like the tax cuts and jobs act that actually raised our taxes up ninety, three, billion dollars in thousand eighteen. So a few million dollars is going to be worth the billions of dollars we can save in the long run by not having. Such a terrible personally Tom Cotton voting on legislation to help benefit is donors instead of helping us and and just so people know Tom Cotton is despicable. Senator and Arkansas who's totally hazardous head up trump's ass and you know and will do anything trump tells them to do isn't that? Isn't that correct. Trump started doing what he suggests to. He's got trump's ear healed you things like he'll talk about twitter tweet about sending our troops into Mexico invading our southern border ally and the next week later trump's tweeden. Hey, maybe it's a good idea to syndrome troops into Mexico and things like that will happen Oh. Let's send our troops into Hong Kong to protect protesters will yeah. You're talking about invading four nation declaring war basically. But then when it comes to American protesters people here year constituents you're like, well, let's in in the military and take care of with one hundred first airborne and show them no quarter. It's just it's amazing. It's amazing. Are you getting? Are you getting support in Arkansas are getting the the financial backing go ahead and plug how. Yeah, we've actually will replace. Tom Cotton. Dot Com is my website and we are still fighting for ballot access. So I m getting a some libertarians that are call me after they're like, well, why are you still taking donations if you're not on the ballot and it's like what we're still the process would you want me to just put my campaign on hold lose all of our momentum, get ballot access, and then not be able to come through and beat Tom Cotton in the end. But replace Tom Cotton Dot Com my website, and we've been getting all sorts of support I was getting pretty close to fifty thousand followers. On Social Media, we've gotten over sixty thousand dollars in donations now, and we have one hundred percent grassroots. So I don't take any money from political parties, political action committees or Jank operations are billionaires or anything like that. Eighty percent of our donations have come from small individual contributions of less than two hundred and the other twenty percent have come from large individual contributions of more than two hundred and I. Think our maximum contribution has been like a thousand dollars. So we have just the support of the working class, the support of the people that are suffering the most right now that are paying the highest taxes that are. Paying high prices at the pump in a lot of money to buy groceries, and at the same time we have low wages especially especially here in Arkansas were basically making slave wages. We are a right to work and that will work state and I mean people just want change and I I'm really honored and humbled to see that that change can come through me and that they have faith that I can help them get there. Yeah. Well, Dan God I hope you frequent take the city it down I mean. I I'd like to see the Senate go blue I mean what do you think the chances that's going to happen? In two months or man well, I think it's something that we're not talking about enough because whether or not Biden. Beats. Donald. Trump. Honestly, with way everything's looking a month ago I would've said fine might have a chance but now biden's numbers are falling back again they're getting closer and I. Think Trump might somehow win again. So what we really need to do is no matter what happens with the presidential election we've got to focus on the Senate because if we can flip enough of those gop stooges out of the Senate, then we don't it doesn't matter if Donald Trump gets reelected, we can make sure we don't confirm his nominees we can make sure that we in this ridiculous conservative judge. Spree that they've been on where they've swapped out sixty percent of the federal judges in America with conservative judges We need to make sure that we flipped the Senate and if we can start taking our Senate back and keep the house, then can basically do to trump what they did to Obama back in twenty fourteen. We just white ball and make sure that the only people who get through are actually good people make sure we prevent unwanted Supreme Court nominee is like cavanaugh and different things like that. We need to make sure that we don't allow this guy to put the Exxon Mobil lawyers in charge of the EPA and things like that, which the Senate has the power to stop. A crazy man, if we can start to take back at least one or two branches of our governments, then we can put the checks and balances back into place. But right now we have no checks and balances But we wouldn't be able to prevent him from his pardons and from his his executive orders. That's the only problem meaning yeah. He can make these ridiculous executive orders and even if we had the Senate, we wouldn't be able to stop that correct correct and those things they can last another four years and then the next president we can have faith. That they will come in and undo a lot of the trash that he has been putting through. We need to make sure that we're getting children out of cages. Their children do not belong in cages they belong in homes we can make sure that the fossil fuel industry is no longer running unregulated A lot of people notice in one of his. Executive orders he signed for. I. Believe it was just after the cares act. He actually gave corporations via authority to temporarily deregulate themselves. If they're economic growth was being impacted by coca nineteen and then they added a clause at the end or permanently. So basically, he gave corporations the right to say Oh if Kogo nineteen is impacted my economic growth at all. which has impacted every aspect of our lives. Then we can be regulator sells permanently in different ways. So we need to make sure we're rolling back things like that ruling back things that are going to hurt American consumers hurt our safety and I mean we have to have, of course some capitalism in profits, but it shouldn't become the cost of American lives. Donna Bishop is saying and Dan has no chance of being on the ballot here in Arkansas. He missed a signatures day deadline and blamed it on colder I hate. What what rate? So let's see here. So here's a quick run down what happened as Donna. Donna this moment, this is what happened. So the Libertarian Party was able to choose their ninety day window to collect signatures and chose their window last I believe it was I think it was may June July was when they did their signature collection for their ten thousand signatures of last year not twenty, twenty, twenty, nineteen before covert they paid a canvassing company fifty, five thousand dollars to get those signatures as an independent candidates. I had a fixed window and my window is from February first until may the first collecting thousand signatures now on March I believe it was March Thirteenth Governor Asa, Hutchinson issued orders of the to declare state of emergency and he enacted social distancing and band large gatherings of ten or more people. Now, when he did this forty percent of the duration into our collection period, it's Impacted our. Ability. To, collect signatures. They can argue all they want that. Well, Arkansas was one of four states that didn't. Yes. We have a negligence and our administration here, but it doesn't change the facts that we close schools Tom, cotton closes office we close the capital we closed government buildings closed non essential businesses. People were going to the grocery stores and hoarding groceries to go home and self quarantine for months at a time, it severely impacted our ability to collect signatures. So the first thing we did was an early April. Once, we saw how bad Kobe was affecting our signature collection. I wrote a letter to the governor and got five of the seven independence and Arkansas did sign my letter of them. I couldn't reach because they're information was incorrect on the secretary of State's website because he doesn't upset a update his sites information So I drafted a letter and it ask basically for one of three things either in reduction in signatures and extension on the deadline or to allow us to collect digital signatures. Now, the governor ignored our ladder. So after the Governor ignored our letter I sent it to the Secretary State John Thurston. The Secretary of State John Thurston I had to send it to him three times certified and he still never responded. So I called and of course, offices close to Kovin so I had to email and eventually his staff emailed me back saying that they do not have authority to grant any type of relief to candidates. Now, at that point, that's when I started a lawsuit against the secretaries they jump person and a response, the first fourteenth amendment, the equal protection clause so. And then it just goes on from there. Oh my Gosh So then we had our day in court on May Twenty seventh and on May twenty seventh. It was a nine hour hearing the Attorney General's office had asked Judge Baker to dismiss our case five times and the last time they asked her to dismiss the case they state that no matter what happens she cannot rule in our favor because she is not elected judge she was appointed by. Obama which is very interesting to tell her. She doesn't have the authority as a district judge to to grant a ruling in whichever way she wants. Well, she denied all their motions and it took her one month four weeks to come out with the sixty one page ruling basically stating how we do how standing for the equal protection clause and we have d'eclat Tori standing but we do not have standing for preliminary injunctive relief saying that Kogo Nineteen. was a significant burden, but not a severe one. Now by ruling this way that allowed us to appeal rather than the Attorney General to appeal if the attorney general would have appealed, then she would have just not expedited locked it up about single document at the latest possible on the deadline for each different parts, and then we would have not had our case heard before the election now by putting it in art the ball in our courts which. Allowed us to she allowed us to Fowler Appeal. That's how we got our appeal filed within four days because I. Think it was like on a Friday when she put out her ruling and then after our appeal, we got her expedite filed as soon as we got to file the appealed and you get a case number and then you have to file your transcripts and then you have to file other documents and then you can follow your expedite But it's been a whole process. There is a good possibility that we can still be on the ballot. All we have to do is get the eighth circuit judge to state that, yes Kobe nineteen was in fact, a severe burden, which we can tell an every aspect of our lives how it has been a severe burn to US look I'm still working from home you're probably still working from home. Impacted every aspect of our lives and if they will stay, then we will have ballot access and the latest thing that the attorney general filed. They finally filed their brief on. On August the twenty first and it got approved on August the twenty fourth and then in their brief they stated that even though judge, Baker said we do have standing for the equal protection clause we forfeited because the US Senate races nothing like a presidential race and the reason that we're talking about the equal protection clause is because to run for president and Arkansas as an independent, you'll need one thousand signatures and Then you also have a deadline of August third instead of May the first and they have an indefinite collection period. I can start collecting signatures tomorrow to go towards my one thousand signatures to run for president in two, thousand, twenty four. So that's why we're talking about the equal protection clause because it's it's indefinitely harder to run as a US senator than it is a president and Arkansas under an independent title now. Sorry there's so much to say so I'm trying to say it fast not to kill too much time, but I'm almost there. So the last document that the Attorney General's office filed was a twenty eight J. Citation letter and it basically stated they did this and the day after their brief after they claim that we are not fort where not eligible for equal protection clause because the US Senate candidate nothing like eat as presidential candidate well, on the next day. The Sixth Circuit Courts ruled that Oh man let me meet this real quick apologize. The Sixth Circuit Court ruled in a case. Kish. More where the US presidential candidate in Wisconsin was denied ballot access because they deemed that covid nineteen was not a severe burden for the US presidential candidate in Wisconsin. Now what they did right there was they went ahead and open the door for the equal protection clause for us because they directly just compared us to a US presidential campaign. Another thing was in. Wisconsin. They actually originally needed thirty thousand signatures, but they reduce the amount of signatures due to covert nineteen, hundred, twelve, thousand. So they reduced the signature is almost sixty percents if they would have. Reduced Our ten thousand signatures down to four thousand, we ended up with five, thousand, nine, hundred and fifty four signatures. We would have been eligible to get on the ballot if we would have been in the same situation another thing is they had one hundred and eighty days to collect thousand signatures. We only had ninety days to collect ten thousand. So we had half the time and only needed. Twenty percent less, and then another thing to talk about how sorry it just goes on. But this is really important because it builds. Our case is that Michigan has a population of ten million people. Arkansas has a population of about three million people. So we have about thirty percent of the population as Michigan and Michigan requires twelve thousand, we require ten thousand so we were to reduce. Our signature requirement by that sixty percent difference in population, we would have only needed about thirty six hundred signatures. So again, if we were in the same circumstances Michigan, we would have got her ballot access. So that's why this is so important in our cases. So strong right now, we just have in front of a judge, and as soon as we get in front of a judge, I'm often. We're working on getting our arguments we were approved, and now we're trying to get them scheduled for between September Twenty first and September twenty fifth. They already have their schedule set. So my attorney is working on getting US replaced with the lower priority case due to it being of irreparable harm and you know bringing chaos on the electoral process. So hopefully here. Within the next three weeks that we will find out for sure whether or not. We have alad access well, God I. Hope You get it. Man I know. A lot of information but it does expose just how corrupt everything is and you know and yet you know like I even had here. A friend of mine was got all the signatures paid the. Fifteen, hundred, twenty, five, hundred, you know and you had two hundred signatures to be on the ballot you know. be congressman, and then after he pays the money. They say eight of the signatures aren't valid. When they keep the money it's like it's like everything is a scam. Yeah, and it's crazy because we were able to get six, thousand, five, hundred and fourteen signatures even with Kobe. 'cause we kept trying to get them through mail and stuff like that and out of our six thousand five, hundred, fourteen, we had a ninety one percent validity rate five thousand. Nine, hundred, thirty or fifty, four, and ninety eight percent of our signatures came from unpaid volunteers. We didn't pay Camisoles for signatures we got one hundred, twenty, nine signatures from repeat canvasser for my wife who tried to surprise me with them whose company actually ended up stopping the collection and not even being able to fulfill their part of the contract because of covid nineteen. So. Just. Just freaking crazy and what do you think about this d. d. e. eight at trump the point it's. Like it's like, it's like everything it's USPS and then the appoint some guy, the DA, and now they're gonNA try and. Russia. Vaccine out without the proper tech testing I. Mean. Man already seen in other countries where they're trying to rush testing on for the vaccine on people and people are dying, and we need to make sure that it's a terrible pandemic worldwide issue it. We haven't seen anything like this in our lives and we probably won't again most people living have unless they were life for the Spanish flu and we just have to make sure that we're doing it in the best way. Possible. We need to make sure we put people above prophets that we put people's Health I, and if we're GONNA take. An economic hit it's going to happen. We've already been seeing that. So we just have to make sure that we're able to recover after this economic aid I mean I. Think we mismanaged from the very beginning we came out with this cares act gave everyone like you meet twelve hundred bucks and that's not even everyone that's just most people tax payers and then they gave made basically created this giant corporate slush fund for Billionaires corporations to profit hundreds of billions of dollars on rather than taking care of the working class in the small businesses. Can Way though then it's been Republican way for since ray I mean since I guess even before Reagan it's always been take care of the with the whole trickle down take take care of the big corporations and mutiny give some money. To to the middle class, it's a bunch of bullshit and I mean the thing is is with reaganomics supply side trickle down economics, whatever you WANNA, call it. We gave it a shot and it's failed. We now are the wealthiest nation in the history of the world, and at the same time, we have just significant amounts of poverty to the point where here in Arkansas one in four children live in poverty one in four kids in Arkansas go to bed with the hungry stomach and at the same time we have you know the biggest wealth inequality in the history of the world. So trickle down deck. Work. Theoretically. If we put the money at the top and then they spent in a trickle down, it would work. But the problem is we put the money at the top, and then it just goes to offshore bank accounts and it never comes back and avoid taxation and leaves our economy, and this is the perfect opportunity to experiment and to test trickle up economics. That's why what we need is a people's act. We need to give every single person in America two, thousand dollars a month until the pandemic is over that people can get their groceries stay home stop spreading the virus pay their bills not have to. Worry about losing their car or losing everything and not have to make these terrible decisions of do I send my kid to school even knowing that we've had. I think we're over like four hundred cases in our school systems here in Arkansas, in a week it's amazing. Do I send my kids to school so that I can go to working keep my car and keep my house and pay our bills or do I keep my kid home in lose everything keep them safe. So it's just these are decisions. People shouldn't have to make and something like people's act would prevent them from ever having to make that candidacy. Well we'll thank you papa puppet for the five dollars. Now, I don't know this Donna Bishop on you and I don't know why Donna because Dan China Ron to take down Tom Cotton, but you seem to be really critical of them. She says ask Dan why he he referred to Obama as no Bama do you ever do? I in two, thousand, twelve, I referred to Obama's Obama I. Mean I've never had that I was a registered Republican for most of my life I grew up in a conservative household heavy military heavy law enforcement. I was very sheltered and it took me a long time until I woke up to my ignorance install. What was really going on around me. It's a many catalysts in my life took having a daughter in starting to pay more attention to what was going on around me politics. It took a getting a college education. It took you know waking up to the corruption in our government. It's of so many different things and I've grown so much in. The last eight years. Yeah. At the time I was a Republican and I was a puppet for Republican talking points. I watched a you know I see conservative posts pop up on facebook and I would share them I was ignorance. But these are mistakes that I've made that I was able to learn from grow from, and now I'm that much more adamant about making sure people know about the inequalities that are going on around us I mean this all just came out this last week I've been going to be L. M. Protests for weeks I've been fighting for inequality trying to bring awareness to things like unequal funding and lower income neighborhoods for their schools Not Having Act. Health care things like that. I mean I've made mistakes. I'm not a perfect person and my mistakes that I've made that I'm growing from has helped make me who I am today and I really want what's best for us and I really WanNa get some of this corruption out of Oregon well first of all. I mean, that's not the first. This is not the first time. People have changed parties in fact, the Lincoln Project Rick. Wilson George Conway, all those guys were Republicans and they are now trump and just and just say you know Don Donald Trump used to be a democrat jared Kushner donated. His whole family donated to Democrats all their lives. So so let's not beat up Dan because he was once a Republican instead let's get behind. Dan because he's running against the one of the most dangerous. Senators that we have. You know on the Republican side. So you know I have your support, I, mean, I, support you wholeheartedly Dan although in Donna's defense I would probably change a tie and background to the color blue. Well I mean, that's all. That's all gist psychology. I'm running a conservative red state. And I actually I normally do where a blue or purple tie or a green one or an orange one I was just wearing a plaid vast with plaid shorts and a blue spotted shirt and I figured a solid red tie would look at today when I went out. I don't want to jinx it Dan. But ever since Aaron Rupagaon I haven't seen any more cockroach. Young. There's one four hundred. Gross me I'M NOT A had one here. What I had to do is I had to put some wet boxes outside near My. ARP over the roaches will go up underneath their swing, catch him to finances just. Ox. Put I just brought in this box and I'm thinking that maybe when I opened the box, maybe some I don't know what the hell they came from Iran get rid of them now because they multiply Oh i, know I know. You know as soon as I get. When I ask people to don't make. Cash today please. Please donate it. You know now for equipment today, just donate it for the statement I'm going to get. I jumped like I just saw freaking ghost. Off The red tide Ayud. I'll get rid of the red tie. Go. But Now? Yes. So it just. This is why our youth and everybody else's so disenfranchise with our government is because of all this? Bs Between Bill. Bar and you know Louis did joy and just just down the line. I mean, it's just Rogers stone and you know Paul Manafort it doesn't end just. is in prison where they belong and how do we get them to stay there that's what we need to figure out. I mean I don't care what the Department of Justice says when they see a sitting president is above the law that's unconstitutional. There has to be something we can do about it. Why isn't something being done? Who are the people were supposed to lead the charge of justice? Nikki be ask you Dan what's your view on black lives matter? I support the black lives matter movement. There is a big inequality issue and people can the other way or ignored all they want. But all lives matter until black lives matter and we need to make sure that we are focusing on law enforcement reform. We are focusing on making sure that our schools and low income communities are able to get the same amount of education the same opportunities for their children as the children and more wealthy neighborhoods. That can afford to fund their schools I. I can't do anything about this at the federal level but at the state level, what I would like to see done is ninety percent of educational funding comes from a local property taxes I would like to see all his property taxes pool together the state level, and then dispersed equally for students and staff. That way children have the same opportunities all over our state because that is a big. Problem that we see all the way from north. West. Arkansas the little rock area two or more rural areas where they just don't have the same amount of income to fund these schools we have. We still have counties here in Arkansas with average household incomes of twenty, three, thousand dollars a year that's for an entire county. So we have to make sure we're addressing things like that. Now, if any of y'all are free. This Sunday. I will be in Harrison again for the black lives matter protests in Harrison. Arkansas on Sunday I believe that we have some more people that are out of state coming in. With more predominant names So it should be a really good protest I was at the Harrison protest last weekend, and this was my second bill in protests that I went to, and it's just so amazing to see these people that support the black lives matter movement able to have conversations with the basically the protesters that are there the people protesting the B. L. in movement and to see these two groups of people come together and have productive conversations I mean. That's it's just so amazing to see that kind of growth and honestly after our last protests Harrison I'm really excited for the next one coming up. And then I think I think today another story broke about. A. Guy In Rochester, they just put a hood on them and then he died eight days later to see this. E body camera footage came out I mean, it's just I. mean there's no denying an I. I've said on this program before I have had friends that were cops that used the N. Word on a regular basis there there is no denying. I'm not saying all cops I'd say you know because there are some great cops to. Yeah, there's a percentage of a police force that are racist there. and. Then like some good cops who will try to call them out will end up losing their jobs for it. So when you had the clean trying to police the police, those guys are getting ousted by the rest of the department and I, mean, not all cow are. Not Cops bad cops but there are bad cops and until we can start policing the police, we can't count on the police, the police, the police. Then what we need our community review panels that are going to police police for us, man that's police a lot of times and one-sentence. Okay, you know look I mean how old's your daughter? She is seven. He may be real quick you want. What's your name? This is my little Caitlin right here. In This Mr Joan. You got a great daddy. She's just finishing school. Well, look, that's the thing and that's And I totally understand because to me. And I mean this book you know when you have children. Suddenly your life takes the backseat the you know your kids lives. Are Everything you know you'll do anything you'll sacrifice anything and do anything you know for your children and that brings me to the point of climate change. This administration and I'm talking about the whole Kickapoo I'm talking about you know Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham and Tom. Cotton and. All. These guys. Marco Rubio they don't care about climate change when their careers, they don't even believe. They don't believe in science and yet they have kids and their kids are going to have kids, and then they do nothing about it. They just they want to continue to support pig. You know they don't care. What your opinions on climate change before let you go because I got a call. Well it's it's just so important. The first thing we have to do is we have to overturn citizens united get money out of politics because as long as we have the fossil fuel industry bribing and making our legislators rich, they're not gonNa vote on legislation that's going to hurt their donors to save the people that are going to vote on legislation that makes him filthy rich. That's why they're there and we have to get money out of politics Tom, cotton's bigs, donors here Arkansas is the coal industry. That's why a he got trump into promoting clean coal that stuff you know you wash it and then it burns clean. No, that's not true. Bro We have to make sure we are addressing climate change. It's the biggest existential threat we will ever see is a species if you look just several months ago now and what happened in Australia losing a billion animals to a wildfire the bears no longer have a legitimate home, my daughter her children may never see a wild colonial. And their own environments is just not going to be a thing, our reefs we're losing our reefs all over the planet and they hold eighty percent of our sealife, and there's just so many different things things we're seeing more locally. Here we're seeing just historic flooding all the time in Arkansas where seeing tornadoes out of season we're seeing giant storms out of season in Michigan just a few months ago they had three dams breached and one night when they had to evacuate a city of thousands of people these are just different. Threats that we're facing from climate change we have to focus on rebuilding our infrastructure. We have to focus on what are we going to do with famines when we have droughts like in California, where most of agriculture from our country comes from? What are we going to do and things like this happens we need to start preparing for the effects of climate change because honestly I think it's too late I. Think we're we're just. Almost. Past the point of no return, they say it wasn't until twenty thirty but man I hope I hope they're right and I hope we can get some legislators into office will take climate change seriously who will get away from fossil fuels and focus on renewables I mean what if we just stopped giving the fossil fuel industry subsidies for three years and instead use that money to put solar panels on every single home in America? Exactly. Why wouldn't do something like that Ah. Would you come back after your case in September let us know because I. Hope it's going to be successful, and then you come back and push that. You're on the ballot. Absolutely. I appreciate these opportunities to chat with you Mr John and thank you so much and I'm sorry I was so distracted by these free. Knows Mantis is. Big. Stink. Is it at baby. Man. wrote because I can't stand roaches. Fortunately. I've never been in a house that had a lot of them, but I do live in the forest. So we'll get one or two, and occasionally we have to take care of, but I'm glad that they're around for me to catch and feed my mantis outside. ahead and give us the place to donate to you. Okay. Go to replace Tom Cotton. Dot Com. There's donation links everywhere, but I would ask you as a person before you consider donating to my campaign. Make sure you click on my policy tab read some policies have got videos. They're me talking about on livestream and stuff make sure you click the media tab I have over fifty hours of livestream QNA's on their learn about me and if you like what you see if you can please donate any of the money that if we do not get ballot access, any money leftover will go towards getting operatives from the GOP out. Of Office, if I have to run against rutledge attorney, General's running for governor. So after trying to hold me off the ballot, she's going to run for governor in two, thousand, twenty two. So she is successful in keeping me from get on the ballot I will run against her for governor. Now, beat her and keep her from being coming governor, and that'll be my little irony I can give to her but the money will go towards a campaign. It will make sure that we are trying to get some of these GOP operatives out of office so that we can take our government back from these special interests in return to you the people. At. Thank you so much Dan and. I really appreciate you coming on and I'm I'm really hoping that you win and I hope to come to Arkansas for your For Your Victory Party are you're invited Sarah and I'll make sure there's no roaches around. Thank you please. I'll see. Then have good evening Sir and Whitfield hopefully, the next great senator of Arkansas. Okay. Look. You know you guys are making me laugh here eating Kennedy the road just. Stole the show today look yes. It's probably going to go viral me jumping out of the chair which I'm GonNa Post as soon as this thing is done, I'm GonNa Post that too because it's funny as Hell but if anybody knows me and knows like even on I'm a celebrity get me out of here I freak out at bugs I, can't stand bugs and I never had one in this place ever and I think it's because they're exterminating my neighbors place but man Those things a freaking growth, I, hate them Let me just put might in my own donation thing up here and then I'm GonNa call the. I'm going to call the management company and see if they're exterminating. If if they are exterminating downstairs, they gotta come up here. But here here's here's the link and yeah please go ahead and donate and exterminate. And and. Then also, you know you know you can donate to the podcast. Dan Winfield was great. He's. He's a he's a straight shooter man I know he you know he's an independent but I fully thoroughly support him and Tom Cotton is a monster a monster and you know if you know please go ahead and donate to Dan to but there's my link you could supercharged here I'll answer a few questions and then I'll get the hell out of here and freaking call an exterminator get organized here because I. I cannot handle cockroaches I mean it just they just freak me out I don't mind flies I don't mind ants I don't mind grasshoppers. mind. Moths. I don't mind anything like that. I don't even like it. I don't mind most bugs I don't care about mosquitoes I don't care about locus or any of those. I don't care about lightning bugs, lady bugs or anything. But when it comes to cockroaches and Maggots I, go I go crazy. They just just the way they look in their antenna even if you kill him keeps on moving around an any scary around a little. Anxious something. I mean. It just grosses me out these things. They just gross me out. So there's the link again exterminator over here because I really because I want to send out my green screen maybe it's because I brought this box upstairs and you know who knows when the packed it the box I don't know they like boxes, right? Keep on looking around him and someone's like John. Got Roaches all of your walls my. Reminds me of that movie? Bug You ever see that movie Bug with the roaches. Those bugs that kill people they electrocute them in the hair. And they spell on the wall palm that we live never forget that movie bug remember squirm with the worms. My. My nyu professor did what was the second effect sky on squirm? That I mean I don't like worms either but they like at least they move slow these these things move quickly. So you know anyway. Yeah. It was a great show Aaron Rupaul was great. I'm sorry I was distracted by these freaking nasty things. You know I mean. To first time it's happened since I've been doing this show I mean look everyone's GonNa get Roach like every now and then, but I never expected to get one of them live on the air doing a podcast. I know my cats brought one in it was dead though. But I. Have my cat protecting my house I I feed. You I clean you litterbox. Cost me a fortune three litter boxes. Three litters. GotTa clean those things out let's seems anymore roaches. No. I don't see any money yet. God. That was awful. Long Johnny Your Times always at twelve. Yeah. Unless the gas test. I have to make considerations. Consideration for some guests Williams of this one of my left shoulder don't with me. Dan Whitfield's on me on John and thank you all for joining US stands a good guy. He's a real good guy in. Harrison Jaundice Howard wear a wig I think how? I think these guys some kind of scaffolding up there. good as Gold Dan Dan we're failed. Thank you and also you know Arun report was great too I always try and get you guys good guests man I'm never you know never gonNA failure there and and you know and I constantly do. I don't know why distinguished staying up there. It's so funny. This idiot again I get this troll he'll see his name in She comes in his John doesn't pay. Child support, which is so funny because I I just sent my child support check like two days ago. It on because I paid on the first and fifteenth and I don't understand where this with this with this room came from but it's untrue. I always pay my child support I talked to my son this morning, which is the only one I have to pay for now though the two are over eighteen. But I always where this would this be s comes from like I just don't understand it people just long I. I Know Papa puppet I got ignore the trolls, but you know I get into. Some entertain me like I love when they lie because it's totally untrue. You could ask Susanna. If I pay my child support, she'll tell you straight up I do. I pay every month and I don't know why anybody is GonNa accuse me of that. Oh Moog, Kim I find June July most active them I. Guess that's. I guess that's what the roaches headed. Worn. Thank you. Super Chat. Man had there I'll tell you right now. That that, that whole thing freaked me out I don't know where they freaking came from. have no idea. I do have boxes I brought in from Royce's arcade. So maybe in all these new Beth. What he probably came from all these new boxes I brought in from the arcade that would make sense. It's one of these things because how is it? I never had one in the five years I've been here and now suddenly four in like the course of one hour. And big nasty ones with take I guest quote Monty Python and the holy grail each rabbit teak issue. Pizza boxes I don't really eat much pizza. because I try and stay away from carbs in I except for my beer had a discussion with younger sons like that. You know of you to stop drinking beer you lose like twenty pounds go. Yeah. But I'd also lose my sanity. Leslie play burn those boxes. You know I betcha. That's when they came from I just moved all these boxes. C in here I. Got All these boxes that I, just moved in. and. you know so so for all I know they were sitting in like in a warehouse. So for I know that's where they came from. I don't know. But? Anyway. I guess I'll get I. Got I got a call I got a call the management company saved exterminators downstairs I. Got I gotTa get a bottomless this. I can't handle freaking roaches. Their worst than trolls. But right. Listen I want to say thank you to everybody Sunday a special show nonpolitical political show on Sunday. With. Lane into win. And it's GonNa be all about swinging and wife swapping and it's called. I think consenting adults, which is her shout at she's just launched. She's a famous news person out here in L. A., you probably would recognize her and she will be on on Sunday noon PS PSG maybe I'll ask Tammy Pesky tell to come on Tammy's my good friend guys you know the you know The only reason why? Rick Johnson keep the those bugs away from your strat. NAMPA for Amstrad I have all three of my favorite guitars right here. But you know what? The Hell's the COCKROACH GONNA do with. Guitar. But I you know. So maybe I'll get. Tammy on to hang out with me, we'll talk about sex and everything else on Sunday Tammy's having some personal things going on on our lives. So you know it has nothing to do with anything between me, her and I and I like I said, no said he'll come on soon. So Now that all that is taken care. Thanks for all the pay pal donations. Thanks for the Super Chats. Thank you everybody mark p Kim Hunter the Burgh show Leslie Play Fair Joe Long Mugabe can sixers have one? Nikki be. Karen Knicks or you guys Williams Zavala Papa puppet. Thank you everybody. Please tell everybody about stuttering John. Come on I. Gave You a great little viral bite of me freaking out and screaming like a little girl. So Let me just thank bet. Online DOT AG. Let me. Thank Hockey Canada shorn our moderator and let me thank speed we'd and GERRYMANDERING I don't even know if you I don't even know what means are you afraid of slapp lawsuit I don't even know what that means. Oh thank you nickie be and she was moderating to today. All right. Well, listen thanks all you guys enjoy your Thursday. It's the weekend baby and. I will see all in Sunday. John Saying Gigi and get off your asses and vote in November.

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1997 Kroger 200

Classic Races

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1997 Kroger 200

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The following is a presentation of em are in radio radio voice of nascar racing the nascar busch series races at indianapolis raceway park for the sixteenth time tonight in the kroger two hundred this vast very flat five eighths mile over has given us tremendous racing over the years and tonight should be no exception with less than seven tenths of a second separating the field because the competition you should is so tight track position and pit strategy will be keys to winning. The race was pole-sitter randy. Lajoie says deciding went to make the one pitstop needed to finish the event will be a huge factor. Guys might sure eighty last in some guy's going to pay and we're gonna have to pass those guys later on in the race so it's gonna be a big track position deal and hopefully we can have been up and get back on this is jack pass on the joy leads a field of thirty nine drivers to the green flag hoping to become the first i ever back to back winner of this event from indianapolis raceway park the kroger two hundred next are and radio presents nasr car today sponsored by goody's headache powders pain relief tatler the official old pain reliever of nascar. A capacity crowd is jammed indianapolis raceway park to see what has become known as one of the most competitive exciting nascar busch series series events of the season hello and welcome auto racing network's coverage of the kroger two hundred. I'm alan best work with joe war at indianapolis raceway park and ask our busch series has been coming to this speedway since the tour was formed in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and over that time we've seen about everything you could ever imagine seeing a race from strange and unusual endings things like chuck bowed having to pull over while leading in the final lap several years ago because a safety belts came on done too cruel twist of fate like last year when hermes armie sadler and chad little we're racing for the win with seventeen laps to go and a lapped car crashed in front of them and they piled into the accident from behind handing the win to randy letroy. We've we've seen many strange. Twists fate here and i are in fifteen years of raising this racetrack. Only one driver has won the event more than once. That's morgan shepherd. He got the nineteen ninety two who and one thousand nine hundred four editions of the race since that time has been a variety of different drivers many of whom got their first and in many cases only nascar busch series victory at this racetrack distract. Steve grissom did that in nineteen ninety tracy leslie one for the first time in ninety three. Jason keller got his first win here. In nineteen ninety five is a number of other names on the winners list throughout the years ears but in tonight's race. There's only four drivers who are former winter's here. Defending winner randy love joy nineteen ninety-five winter jason keller the ninety three winner of the race tracy leslie and the nineteen ninety-seven winner of the kroger two hundred larry pearson the storylines of tonight's race will be hard competition including a high premium on passing with a heavy dose of pit strategy prodigy thrown in more on those story lines and visit trackside with some of the favorites to win tonight's kroger two hundred when we continue our coverage from indianapolis richard petty for new goodies p._m. Powder i want to tell you about something brand new from the folks that goodies his co. New goodies p._m. His the first nighttime pain reliever in powder reform new goodies p._m. Gets rid of pain fast like regular goodies hand. It has an extra ingredient to help you get to sleep so the next time you get one of those pan and headaches or early aches and pains and you can't sleep. Try new goodies p._m. Say good night to pain with new goodies p._m. Powder for occasional use as directed are you the die hard art van sears diehard batteries are radio or looking for the most devote in nascar fans in america. Do all of your kids have drivers names like kale daryl dale even the girls if someone said that that you were petty. Would you consider that a compliment. Tell us what makes you a die hard fan gear you be judged on creativity and originality twenty weekly winners will receive a die hard fan racing jacket. One of three refund lists will be the honorary starter of the heart. Five hundred talladega and attend nascar's award flight new york entries on supporting material not be returned mail your entry to 'em are in radio box twenty eight eighty eight daytona beach florida three to one set of rules rights marin radio contest ends september twenty first nineteen ninety-seven back at indianapolis raceway park counting down to the start of the kroger two hundred on a magnificent night to be at a race track. Anywhere in the united states could not count on better weather conditions than we've got tonight. Temperature's just cooling cooling-off from what was a pretty warm afternoon doubt a very pleasant shirtsleeves conditions here in the evening as the fan settle into their seats for the start of the event the driver who will lead the field of the green flag is the current series championship leader randy joy qualified at an average speed of one hundred eleven point one nine three miles our yesterday afternoon to take the bush poll joy up fifty eight points on todd bodine coming into the race won the pole and the race a year ago can become the first repeat winner of the kroger two hundred and back to back years. Jim phillips of newport tennessee. Tennessee is with randi joy. The first positive randy is going to sit in allie mae tonight. Your what are your favorite cars if not the favorite car randy bush pole winner last year again this year the race last year judging from practice. Is this car capable of winning tonight. Absolutely <hes> you know based motorsports race car on those especially allie mae here this is by my favor is growing. It has an attitude all its own just likes to go fast and outside is the way to go here in <hes> we're on inside so <hes> we got there in a hurry last year and and we'll hopefully get there in a hurry it again this year and if everything goes away pitstops crew has a good night. I hope they're being in victory lane. We need another win. We ever wondered about a month so <hes> say hi to my my family and all my friends back home and hopefully we'll put on a good show tonight when you were out there practicing today but like you said the outside lane is the way to go but is there other ways that you you could pass it this racetrack besides writing the outside yeah but he is in front of you don't like i should have put him. You know that's about the only way to do it. I mean you're gonna gonna have to run hard and you might have to get the guy a little loose to get up underneath them in <hes> he's gonna have to cut you some slack so <hes> hopefully we won't have to worry about passing anybody except lapped cars here. That's that's one of the things you hear about. Are you have to qualify. Well and i'm not a good qualifier so i put a lot emphasis on myself to really come here and costra qualifying fine. 'cause it sure is hard to pass. As much as i like running into people i hate it so i'm just gonna totally hit. Nobody stay off run. One hundred eleven urban boy one nine three the bush pole speed for randy joy. Mike mclaughlin of waterloo new york has run the kroger two hundred three times in his career and every time i am he's finished in the top five last year finishing second and seconds where he starts here tonight. Winston kelly of rock hill south carolina's with the man they call magic shoes mike standing beside ride his red and yellow chevrolet my finished second here last year fifth in the truck race last night. You've always had good runs here at i. R. p. what is it about this race. Track that suits you you and your driving style. I'm not sure what it really is. It's unique race track momentum track. Maybe i'm just a little bit better on a momentum tracks that you've got a good got here today. <hes> hopefully we'll roll travel outdoors front all day. What is the secret to a good lap here just being smooth and being consistent in here. It's a place where not your normal short-track drive into corner roll through the centre and pick throttle up higher. You have to roll into the thrive early bated enough drama where you can keep a nice line. You give it too much you break. It lose <hes> if you don't give it enough. It tends to drive the knows. It's kind of finance racetrack smooth consistency the name of the game tonight for the royal chevrolet driver here all off second. Tim fetal starts third tonight. Tim scored his best finish this yet. Indianapolis raceway park in four tries a year ago where he came home in the fourth position has eight top ten finishes already in nineteen ninety-seven which is more than he scored in all all of the nineteen ninety-six season. Let's hear from tim veto <hes> he's with jim. Phillips is jim feet away the team. Are they up to par the way you would want it this season or did you expect more well. No i think we've had a chance to win some races so that's all we can ask for you know we just gotta do it now and <hes> they give me the equipment and the teams have been working real hard pissed off practices and i've been working hard mentally and <hes> hopefully we can put it all together tonight. We got a good little race car and we'll just see what happens your opinion. What is the key for ten feet of water visit victory lane tonight. You've run good at this race track before i yeah we have i think just <hes> you know keeping the race grounded me and <hes> you know not tearing offenders off thing and using my head all night and one we're probably gonna be one pitstop and it's got to be the best pit. Stop these guys have ever done and they know that and i think they're ready for tim vida wa. He starts third tonight. Closing in now the start of the kroger two hundred from indianapolis raceway park back in a minute our radio presents the nascar busch series tonight foot kroger two ooh sponsored by sears diehard. Hey race fans enter the diehard race van of the year contest. 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Eastern call your cable or satellite company to order now. All the field of starters in the kroger two hundred has rolled from their grid grid positions along the main straightaway of indianapolis raceway park about to complete the first of three pace laps that they'll make before the green flag waves in the twenty-first event of the nascar arbu series season gets underway motor racing network glad to be here to bring it to you live tonight right now. The field setting their pit road speeds behind the pace car. Is they work their way around around the speedway and again two more laps around before they'll go back and get the green flag and start disadvant- this race track a little bit unusual and most of them. It's got some banking but but not much and really what separates this for most racetracks either you gotta bank tracker a flat track. Normally this racetracks got banking but it's where that banking is that makes this race track different than most the banking that provides the best speed up against the outside retaining wall and that's where we will see the car is really doing their moves here this evening. Trying to pass on the inside is usually a futile will move. If you can get up on the outside and get your car kind of place up alongside your competitor their chances are you could make the move and of course what he's going to try to do is get back up in front view before you get on the straight away when you can actually make the move but you'll hear us talking about a lotta scrapes up against the outside retaining wall because they do go pretty high in the turns and try to get up there and use as much much of that banking is they can bottom side of the race track pretty flat between six and eight degrees of banking up by the outside wall the very closest part to the wall where the drivers will tend tend to run five eighths of a mile around this racetrack field at the start finish line now getting the signal in one more lap. We will go green flag racing. Let's bring in the fifth voice who will help us. Call the action from indianapolis indianapolis tonight on the back straightaway mike bagley milford delaware good afternoon everyone position on the platform on the outside of the track at the end of the backstretch with a great view looking back from from my position back to turn to as bush pole-sitter regular joy mentioned the outside lane is the fastest way to go the what you wanna do is dive into turn one free up the car so it drifts the limited banking and almost scrapes the outside wall the keys throttle management ease back into the gas before you turn number two and protect the inside lane because assump- drivers will try that inside move however like we've mentioned those moves will be futile. The key is keep it high and bath. I'll come on the actual upturn to and now the tax rate away here tonight so that the scene now as the field works intern number three the pace car already behind pit wall thirty nine drivers set to go two one hundred laps in the kroger two hundred crowd on its feet as the field comes off turn four down for the start couple of chevrolets in the front row randall joy and mike mclaughlin across the line green flags out and la joy is the man who jumps out in front. I leading the charge in turn. One mclaughlin falls in line behind him in second job s._e. Falls into the third spot timpee the was sport now jeff fuller peaks down to be inside that spot he'll get back in line for side-by-side battle as tony stewart inside outside when alan will move ahead of tony stewart. I four position stewart now left array side by side with matt kenseth is tony still trapped in that bottom lane. We've talked about already in the broadcast joy up a couple of car lengths back to to mclaughlin also has a couple of car lengths second over third-placed show bessie now it gets a little restless folks that is of his chevrolet deadly side but gets back in line before turn three peter was we're still battling. They're trying to get that third position. Got a good run on bessie going into the corner now off turn four again. He drops down on the inside of the track drives to complete the pass before they get to turn in one still dead even coming into the corner but feet away as a nose at in front racing for the third spots side by side to chevrolet speed with the advantage down low joe s._e. He draws even to the outside third spot and turn it will be feta. Were clearly making the past now into the third spot as they come off. Turn four jo bessie will be fourth jeff. I fuller tries to make a low run off the koran and get that spot away. He'll not be able to do that. He'll fall back in line to try and protect his rear flank as well that battling for third on back out the front to pull away those to be readily joy and like book laughlin side-by-side polar polar opens a lion dental the end side going into the corner. He'll get by jo bessie. Here's jason back straightaway. One par spins down the inside. Jimmy foster comes in a huge cloud of dust on the backstretch dick trickle trying to find his way brew. The track is completely blocked by the dust raised by two car spinning down with the inside on the back straightaway got legacy the first of those to spin out of traffic down and caught the inside inside wall kicking up that big cloud of dust larry pearson caught in the aftermath of that accident dick trickle has driven away pearson and legacy now trying to move from where they came to rest up against the inside wall halfway down the backstretch both though will go at least a lap down the field comes by them. Here does drive away. Legacies car continues to sit up up where it came to rest against the inside wall so caution for the first time at lap number five the kroger two hundred after scott legacy tax the inside wall halfway down the backstretch stretch. It wasn't just bill to be museum. It was built to be a shrine to the history heritage and future of the sport we loved this is our house the the nascar hall of fame and it's packed full of classic and present day cars including pettis earnhardt's and waltrip as well as interactive experiences realistic racing simulators me liters and much more planet trip to the nascar hall of fame in charlotte tickets at nascar hall dot com nascar holiday. This is our sport. This is this our house from the racetrack to the road home. Fill up with the official. Look nascar sonoko makes high quality performance fields for the greatest drivers in the world both on and off the track. Whether you're pulling up to the pump or experiencing the exciting being at the track on race day this will be four tanks already topped it up with sonoko i service complete second fuel and he's touted away from trust enough to be the fuel that keeps you going capture the essence of racing and fill up with the official fuel of nascar continuing to work the caution at now lap number seven about to be eight complete of two hundred in the kroger two hundred at indianapolis raceway park. They are working to remove scott legacies damaged machine from where it contacted the inside wall halfway down the back straightaway and hopefully we will get back onto the green flag in just the moment as the cleanup vehicles beginning to disperse and head back to their positions around this five eighths mile track damage on larry pearson scars a little more extensive than we first thought. Let's check in with jim phillips phillips where we've gotten around here joe look at his garnett. <hes> is extensive damage to the front of the car. The whole left side just in front of where the door would close on your normal passenger. Passenger car has been pulled away the left front fender and about half of the bumper section. The left side of the front bumper section also pulled away from this ford thunderbird larry periods of still l. sitting in the car as a crew continues to work on trying to pull some of the sheet metal and metal bars away so they could get him back on the racetracks. Pearson has taken over the job of driving that car for the rest of this year. Jimmy foster was the previous driver speed vision has now authorized <hes> the team to go ahead and go with larry for the remainder of the season tonight's broadcast of the kroger. Two hundred is brought to you under exclusive radio rights granted by the indianapolis raceway park to marin radio solely for the private noncommercial use our listening audience any publication reproduction or other use of the description then accounts of this race without the express written consent of nascar and marin radio is prohibited field has gotten the signal. We'll go back racing next time by working working. Now in the middle of torrents wanted to ranelagh joy the leader with mike mclaughlin second tim fito third jeff fuller fourth and jason keller v now the restart going to he called off because one of the safety vehicles hasn't quite cleared the speedway yet so it'll be another lab onto the caution flag before we see the restart continuing our look at the field we gave you the first five hi jason keller being in fifth got jo bessie sixth glen allen seventh matt kenseth in eighth ninth would be danny edwards sent tony stewart will run ten elton sawyer lawyers eleven tracy leslie twelve dale shaw thirteenth nathan bucky fourteenth steve park fifteen hermes sadler sixteenth dennis setzer seventeenth robert pressley eighteenth stevie reeves nineteenth and todd bodine twentieth with elliott sadler now running in the twenty first position after having started in the nineteenth spot so just basically the way things broke broke over the first few lapses that double wide traffic sorted itself out into single file formation and now the problem if you're some of those guys back like elliott sadler so on toward the tail end of the top twenty or worse going to be about half a lap behind when we waved the green flag especially with randy letroy having clear racetrack ahead of him you will have to keep a very a careful eye on the lap times. Make sure you don't get laughed in short order here. Aja la-z-boy was pretty good on that initial start. He really got away from mike mclaughlin in a hurry and so yeah he's an stretch it out just as far as he you can also the factor in the first ten laps. We haven't seen that much side by side racing throughout the pack. Most of the guys kind of felt like this is early in the event too early maybe to be jumping online and trying to challenge so the guy's further back are going to be even further back. Let's get a few laps under the green flag. It's about to happen now. As the joy leads the field back to turn for pace car dr behind pit wall the entrance to pit road at the end of the backstretch intern three here comes join alex celebrating up through the gears onto the front stretch green is out and we are back racing as they head to turn or number one. I move position on the outside. Matt kenseth gonna go after six spot on jo bessie in the corner way around jo bessie and number. Two best has no choice but we'll have cancer. Go now bessie squeeze behind our single file. They work back to turn number. Four jo bessie now gets back in line kenneth again picking up that position position is randy. Joy leads field back into turn number one. Tim took a shot at mike mclaughlin last time. I'll turn to see what it can do. Is this time you know what takes a lower line this time coming the corner but has to get back in line not close enough to mount a charge either in third about a carling buffalo mcglaughlin bumper in second. Stay single file for dow in the middle of turns. Three and four got the front six opening up a couple of car lengths of empty race track dow on seventh-place on back looks like job essy's pace not quite odd to one you might like it to be in the early laps in their gotta. Stack it up behind him go to pit road scott line because he's got what happened well. It's like they close out there. I don't know the pass. Defense <unk> discount applied our time hold opposition and i think at twenty nine car mata got in the back of this sura on purpose everything just a little congested no he will not be able to ladies that. I'd have to damage you. Jo bessie continues to struggle and made a passive him. Also danny edwards junior gets by vesey at a couple more now trying to make the move off turn to tony stewart makes that move now elton sawyer down low bessie stuck that outside lane now one car w inside tracy leslie now on the move joe bessie being shuffled losing a lot of spots as the field tries to work and bypass him and put him back well into the field looking up front tim feet away having gained the third position has has been working on mike mclaughlin for second for a little while but hasn't been able to do anything there so the front few still kind of static in line jeff fuller solid fourth in jason calorie solid fifth at the moment then you've got the rest of the top ten having made their way by jo bessie beginning to catch up with the lead group now as they work wanting to file the leaders conrad joy oy has about three car lengths on mike mclaughlin who has to be the will in third traffic stacking up from fourth and fifth. That's where jeff fullerton jason taylor. Joanna does position sway. Hey back the tail of the field. Robert pressley picks up some positions and a very remarkable fashion here coming into turn number one on the last lap. You've made a move by the carta. Steve reeves eaves stevie reeves that isn't elliott sadler suppressing trying to work his way up closer to the front of the field. He's now in the seventeenth position. Later is random to joy stretching out that lead by a nearly six. Maybe seven carling's trouble on the backstretch. Tracy leslie breaks loose spin specialty inside corrected for is car does a one eighty. It'll be inside he'd been in a straight line makes no contact with the outside wall or any other machines that leslie is required driven away and the green flag stays displayed eight on the racetrack so we will stay onto the green. Tracy leslie is running again. He has not lost a lap but he has lost a lot of track position. He's gonna fall all the way to the tail end of the line. Randy joy continues to build on that lead coming back into turnover won. The good racing's going on from third on back. Tim fatawa rick fuller and jason keller locked up there off. Turn to another quarter quarter feet away has the third spot starting to feel a whole lot of pressure from jeff. Fuller fuller took a look to the inside off a two can't make the google stay single file back to the corner drivers working their way third fourth and fifth positions fetal fuller and jason keller keller again peaks underneath fuller off of four will stay in line behind him not enough muscle to make the move as they work back to one into fullerton starting to feel some pressure from jason taylor keller looking down on the inside. Now fuller moves over he will block that position. As now fuller tries. The outside feet asto moves will not work interpret also a good the race going on for the knights position. Tony stewart leads the parade there right behind him elton sawyer and steve park coming down the line twenty one on lap complete. It's random joy ahead of mike mclaughlin. Tim feta what jeff fuller and jason keller back at indianapolis annapolis raceway park cautioned for the second time of the kroger two hundred mark crowe spun in turn number four the car getting up and just lightly kissing the outside like wall he has since continued on a way though he did lose one lap in the process as the leaders were around him that is in addition to allow loss earlier on pit road in the early stages ages off these events so the second yellow flag of the race coming out at lap number twenty six and slowing field with randy lajoie now being picked up by the pace car for a second time in the event later on tonight's kroger two hundred broadcast the marin radio broadcasters will be selecting the lux air cool move of the race award the driver who receives the most nominations for making the coolest move during tonight's race will receive five hundred dollars from air heating and air conditioning in the early stages that has been all randy joy from the bush poli has been out in front at a martin varying anywhere from one to several karn links and mike mclaughlin. Tim feta jeff fuller and also jason keller basically have been steady in the rest of the top five positions as well after things shuffled out off the initial start really nobody making any terribly significant moves forward from the back of the field in the early going going <hes> couple of drivers picking off spots here and there as we go if you guys have moved up kansas started on the tenth position. He's moved up to the six spot. Danny edwards junior started at twelve. He's it's up to the eighth position and i guess the big mover so far has been top odeen starting back in twenty first. He is only gained a few positions now up to the eighteenth spot elliott sadler after having dropped a couple of spots in the opening laps is picked right back up to where he started in the twenty first position. Robert pressley started in seventeen. He's moved up one end of the sixteenth position. Kevin dale shaw started in the thirteenth spot. He's running right now in the twelfth spot so everybody kind of pretty well where they started just about with the exception of a couple the guys who had troubles in the early laps as we heard some of the drivers talk about in the pre race. This is kind of a tough race track to run on. It takes a while to kind of get settled in and going. It's a rough race. Cracking can really jump out and bite you so everybody's kind of patient and i guess that lack of movement from the rear of the field of the front is kind of <hes> obvious because of <hes> what they're running against against here this evening so everyone kind of safe here two cars are out of the race larry pearson and scott legacy back racing in one more lap next weekend motor racing network at watkins skains glenn international the road course in new york for the budget the glenn the nascar winston cup series making its annual stop. There actually begins friday august the eighth with bush poll qualify. We have the broadcast at two pm eastern time on radio saturday the nascar busch north series takes on the tough road course in their stop there what was last year very exciting exciting event all afternoon long plus on saturday happy hour practice for the nascar winston cup series and the second round busch pole qualifying then a week from tomorrow the bud at the glen twelve forty five five eastern time tickets available for the but at the glen at watkins glen international and again. We'll have the broadcast for you a week from sunday coming down for the restart. Now green is out and random. Joy brings as the field back to turn one all single file except further back from about the eighth position. Steve park drops down on the inside of tony stewart. The inside lane worked for him parked drops down to the inside. Live gets a better up alongside now side by side with start. They made contact. Now stewart goes around. Everyone has to check up now. Dennis setzer zip all probably sadler everyone what's up on the brakes now trying to squeeze down inside and outside as two car spin and everybody gets away remarkably cleanly for what could have been a massive pileup. Tony stewart and steve park went into the corner racing side by side for the tenth spot. Actually the action started before they ever even got to the quarter. Let's go back to mike bagley to st park and opened up the inside lane. He came off the corner and he and stewart may gentle khattak and the cars began to sway back and forth park was able to check checkup hang onto his machine. Don't stewart now slotting broadside in that exchange slid all the way down the backstretch hermes sampler slit in everyone behind them had to jump heartbreaks the brakes diving inside and outside really the accident could have been a whole lot worse than it was but everybody got their machines whoa down and tony stewart and hervey sandler both have been able to drive away a beta so tough. We talked <hes> so far this evening a lot about that high groove in the one to run and that's where everyone was aiming for when they win and it turned number three. That's where the cars were stacked up in. It happened kind of suddenly suddenly going into the corner so there were some very good moves by drivers to miss. That crash could have been a whole lot bigger. The car with the most significant damage from the accident is tony stewart words. He has caved in the entire left rear corner of the shell pontiac. Also dennis setzer has taken a pretty substantial hit in the right front corner of his machine looks like defenders offender is open in rubbing pretty significantly against the right front tyre of the lance snacks machine so setzer in the jamming on the brakes and stewart getting into the wall when he got turned around over there and turns three and four the drivers seeming to have the most significant damage now we get a look at the right rear corner of hermes sadler's machine and that has caved in pretty good as well although it doesn't appear to be rubbing on the tire. There's no smoke there but it is certainly not <hes> anything close to the shape that it was before. He got involved in the aftermath of that as well. Well army's not having a very good year at all this kind of thing that seems to strike for him every weekend. When we races the nascar busch series update. Some of the guys who had problems early on mark crowe was able to to make a quick pitstop made some repairs on that car he continues on and larry pearson who had gone behind the wall for a while. They've come back out. Although there minus the whole left front of the sheet metal on that machine so pierce continues on and scott legacy shown as the only driver out of the race after thirty three laps tony stewart coming down pit road now to have his machine being looked at as well as jo bessie who has been having some handling problems in the early stages of the event also looking to see dennis setzer along pit road as well. Let's go down there now. Uncover some of these stops. I the jim phillips. Tony stewart's got plenty of problems allen. I the latest boat up where the spoiler can't catch any air so that's gonna take downforce at a minimum the left rear quarter panel. That's a problem they're trying to pull it away from the left rear tyre the as far as the fuel where they put the fuel ed had that seems to be intact. They could get that in a little work got it now. They're trying to get a career deck down that spoiler kit so mayor and how some downpours now smoothed out west at kelly well in her sailors pets and mike bagley said look like tony stewart was going too much problem in hervey sadler's. He was sliding got a little got a bit of nine from behind and the right rare of sadler's car just nailed the rear end of tony stewart's car. That's where all the damage is to hermes sadler's car from the right rear wheel all the way back the crew just changing tires at times. The lead brought tire was down so that comes back in just comes thought behind us and they're going go. Try to pull the sheet metal out on his cars. Well then a center was the damage to the right side of his garden not nearly as substantial as tiny store at his shell pontiac back on pit road and beginning to see the first strategy moves made some teams coming down pit road for the first of only a couple of sets of tyres. They'll be allowed to change under the yellow flag during the event talk about that and get ready for the restart in just a moment right now the yellow flag waving at lab thirty four of two hundred. Here's your chance to win a set of your very own hercules at least tires go to hercules tires dot com slash m. r. n. simply register and each month will give away one set of tyres hercules tires has the value selection election and industry leading mileage covers to get you wherever you need to go no matter where the road takes you register now for your chance to win a set of hercules tires at hercules tires dot com slash m._r. in hercules tires right on our street. 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Perhaps career highlight to this point not downplaying his nascar busch series championship of a year ago but it was last sunday that granular joy one and international race of champions series of end up at the michigan speedway beating the best in the business from all forms of motorsports joy came out on top of that shootout out and talk with randy about that here the other day. He said he was still walking on cloud. I still pinch myself in <hes>. Make sure this is real number one to get invited to the iraq. Trek series is a tremendous asset to the busch series. They think you know that we are good enough to compete with those guys men to go. There is a lot of guys edmund. Invited iraq can have raised a lot iraq racist and have never won <hes> me and my wife will home with jeff gordon his wife and <hes> you got something i don't have you know he's never wanted to iraq race. Were up there my list right now and we congratulate randy letroy on his great win and the true value firebird iraq race at michigan. The final two events of this year's iraq series will be telecast this weekend and next weekend the california race from last month. <hes> actually a little over a month ago now from the end of the month of june is he's gonna be shown tomorrow saturday august second at four thirty eastern time on a._b._c. television. That's right after the telecast of the brick yard four hundred so you could see the california round of veyron tomorrow then sunday august tenth. You can see randy the joys win in the michigan iraq race that is at five p._m. Eastern time on a._b._c. television sunday day august tenth for the true value firebird iraq series stick a few moments in say a low now we continue to work under the caution flag third time this afternoon randy greer the senior and your vice president for marketing for kentucky fried chicken joining us this evening. How're you doing randy. I'm doing great. How are you doing just fine. You guys have something special to be talking about this weekend here in indianapolis yes sir. We're trying trying to make it big out here and <hes> do someone else's ever done before. Three cars three raises one city one k._f._c. You're sponsoring one of the nascar craftsman truck series machines last night a nascar butcheries machine here tonight and winston cup car at the brickyard saturday that's right and now we're having a ball absolutely having a ball got a lot of folks coming out enjoying the race in this weekend from kentucky rijeka. Yeah we got a lot of our operators out there but more importantly. We got a lot of our fans out here. You know we know that <hes> nascar fans are among the most loyal in the in the business out there and they we know they love awesome. We just want to let them know. We love them to kentucky. Fried chicken has had a presence in nascar racing for many years and it's good to see you back with us once again here in indianapolis or you appreciate that thank you very much joe becky randy randi. Thanks a lot for joining us here this evening and we'll be keeping a close eye on that kentucky fried chicken twisters car out there this evening continuing to run as we work the caution for the third time tonight rick fuller. We're behind the wheel of that machine tonight. Former nascar modified tour champion. He's running in twentieth position. At the moment in the doug taylor motor sports car they have waived off the restart once once again continuing to find little bits and pieces of metal <hes> in various spots around the racetrack that somebody is shedding as they go around the speedway so they have to send the safety trucks back out again to clean up a little bit more all while this has been going on dick trickle has been a long pit road with the hood up. Let's go down and get an update. There now got a unique situation brian. I taper toting radiator across over there. Is that yours area on our ask. Somebody knocked hauling air and then have one inside here. That's the thing here at indianapolis raceway park. The transporter parked outside the racetrack to one of the guys on the crew had to go out of the race track and get the radiator and since we don't have a crossover he's got a cup through the tunnel so ryan shay for the crew chief for dick. They're just waiting on the radio to get over here where they can start working on this card at a common alan. One of the things that caused the extent of this caution flag mark rogue who is involved in an earlier accident started to pull up on the outside and get in line on the outside group appear and his car got a little bit squirrelly and he slammed the outside retaining wall here in turn four and then back into the wall me roll down the speedway and that's where a lot of debris came from from this time and why we didn't go back to green flag conditions so they are trying to pick up <hes> whatever debris might be scattered out of the race track up there and turned four and see if they can can you get us back under under way although some of the cleanup trucks out of the speedway reporting that there is a car somewhere out of the race tracks still dropping parts and and still causing us some sort of problem that they are trying to clean up in the nascar officials. Try to take up pretty close. Look at all of the machines that are on the speedway that may have been damaged damaged in some of these accidents and make sure that there is nothing hanging off any of them that they might want to <hes> get brought down pit road and tidied up again so we can stop a little bit of this messy nece tapping on this happening on the speedway now could be any one of five cars that have been involved in several crashes in the early stages of this race after forty one laps we do have thirty three cars still on the lead lap app randy lajoie the race leader with mike mclaughlin the second place man tim feta is third jeff fuller is fourth jason keller v matt kenseth won six sevens donny edwards. That's junior eight this elton sawyer nine. Steve park in tenth is dale. Shaw nathan bucky runs eleventh robert pressley as twelfth stevie reeves is thirteenth. Todd bodine is up to fourteenth now now elliott sadler running fifteenth. Phil parsons is sixteenth. Kevin lepage's seventeen shane hall is eighteenth rick fuller nineteenth. Mark green is twentieth twenty-first. This is joe not linden. Amac is twenty-second jeff kroger's twenty-third tracy leslie runs twenty-fourth with brad teague and twenty-fifth buckshot jones twenty-six wayne grubb twenty-seventh randy porter is twenty eight twenty ninth glen allen thirtieth is dennis setzer thirty-first mike dillon thirty-second is kevin grubb thirty third army sadler he <hes> one of those cars boris now that is posted a lap down thirty fourth is tony stewart also lapped down. Jo bessie is thirty fifth. Mark crowe thirty six dick trickle thirty seventh larry pearson thirty thirty eight that scott legacy behind the wall now posted in thirty nine as the field gets the one to go signals a pitch strategy being played out. We teased at that moment ago. Phil parsons and elliott sadler give up their positions on the race track to come in on the final lap of caution here that forty two jim phillips had trouble this elliott's avenue pitstop the jack got. They don't have the tires on as of yet so they do put board you tires on the cup around the right side. They're having trouble on the right side now. Elliott sadler finally leaves the pit area with ford you good you're legals. Elliott sadler will give up. What was the nineteenth position for his stop. Phil parsons took on just right side tires. He's back out at the tail end of the field. Sadly rejoining the tail end of the field gough the back straightaway as randall joy winds up through the gears green flag back under way now after a lengthy caution slowed for a lot of debris cleanup joy mclauchlan feta wa they race single file off to one. Here's a bit per second by feta wall dive out of the inside of mclaughlin mclaughlin slips off turn to fetal cannot take advantage. You'll stay civil soon back to the corner where they race back at a tournament. Four randomly joy drives away. Here's feta dropping to the inside. Try to make the move once again. The shot coming off turn four but now tux back in line single file further back couple of langley speedway graduates racing among themselves elton sawyer and danny edwards in the middle of that pack now steve park mark single file off the corner. No-one stepping out of line steve platto took a look to the soviet trouble intern number one st reeves who have been falling back rapidly through the field and having problems has now spun around in the middle of the corner looks like the right rear tire on his car is either down or missing one of the two <hes> for the angrily sitting got for the moment hard to tell but i thought it was flat when he spun around in front of us and we are under the caution flag for the fourth time in the kroger two hundred immediately on the restart reeves begun losing positions fifteen and twenty and just the first lap after the green flag waved then he came off number. One did a flying three sixteen nick outside wall is now driven away and is headed toward pit road but he has lost a lap to the race leader. We are about a half a lap away for the restart of the kroger. Two hundred the caution brought out with stevie reeves had a problem on the race track and spun in turn number one winston kelly what was wrong. There was a cut right rear tires. You speculated allen cut right rear tire on stevie reeves car army siler back on pit road for the third time under this caution. He moves away one more times. Afterwards earlier. Crash davidge phil parsons also so back on pit road for a third time two sets of right side tires changed on his machine earlier now he's into change left will follow up on that in a moment. The third-place driver in the championship chip standings with some difficulties early in the event meantime. We're about ready for the restart which will come at last number forty nine of two hundred difficulty this evening verandah joy he continues to lead started the busch pole and once again he'll see the green flag waving as he brings the field off turn four. Mike mclaughlin falls in line behind him. Here's one car stepping out of line. Matt kenseth looks looks for his shot to get by jason keller nebi back for about the seventh position single file now but a battle for second off turn two steps out of line off the corner trying to grab the second i can spot for mike mclaughlin actress but now it's back when walkman continuing to protect the outside lane which is the fast way around indianapolis raceway park to the stripe hyper quarter of the races through rattler joy with now three car lengths on a continuing run for second his feet overlooks under mclaughlin again. Let's car slides up the racetrack download and can't make the move happen. He'll fall back in line now. In fourth fifth flux now jeff fuller starting to feel a challenge for jason taylor also teeth park moving up as he sweeps down the inside of matt kenseth going into turn number three and steve park moose one spot closer to the front of the field randy lajoie start stretching out that lead mclaughlin and second still tim feta either watch chasing him hard. One driver reminds jason keller dropping daddy inside trying to make a move on jeff fuller keller running in fifth. Make the move happened. Everyone ride single file alpern ou- talked about steve park. It goes started this race back in the sixteenth position. He just took six away lap ago so park clearly one of the quick cars in the early moments of the race while the leaders run single file all the way back through about the twentieth position. It's going to pit road. Get an update on a couple of things some curious pit strategy <hes> being played out early in the event todd bodine coming in elliott sadler coming in and phil parsons with several stops under the caution. Jim phillips has more rather story on bill parsoes tadesse. I don't wanna man said so the gay back and took no time the comeback get another set of lights all dead lifts. They have the set of tires on that. They want it. We're gonna get sandy jones down here see if we can get awarded him sandy pit strategy to write time went. We're not no matter how to help. Pay your bill gates tire void gatherings of your pitstop pulled up here out of this whiteboard an air bridge or without his car his car but very tight green flag doggone comes back out on the twentieth position phil parsons now in thirty third again. Both those cars still on the lead lap. Ranya joy stretches out his lead now to eight tenths of a second. Get over mike mclaughlin. It's all stacked up from ten feet away in third on back. We had talked about steve park making the move to get by that right now park running at the six position closing n._j._i._t. Spot back in turkey green strivers work their way all the way up by the outside retaining wall through the corner single file back through about <hes> where dennis setzer runs in line and setzer is pretty deep into the field and twentieth spot from twenty-first on back as a group of about ten fifteen cars all going at it pretty heavily for position -sition mixed up in that buckshot jones <hes> the grub voice <hes> particularly wayne grubb who's up in the mix of that glen allen tony stewart some of the drivers who were involved in the earlier your incidents or some of the early pitstops those drivers have been putting on the show for the fan here these first several laps after the restart now that beginning to settle out a little bit more at settled down into line as they they work their way and sort out those positions fifty seven laps complete in the race elton sawyer a man on the move in the early laps. He tried to get a spot away from danny edwards. That would be the position in turn four. We're talking a while ago about both of those drivers being graduates of langley speedway. That's in hampton virginia nascar winston racing series weekly track both those drivers former former track champions at the track and both feel pretty suited here at indianapolis raceway park because this track is somewhat like langley in the fact that it is flat. They're doing some great battle now now facing each other around the race track danny edwards has the position of favor in the eight spot elton sawyer behind him and night. Elton's tried a few times to get by for now as follows danny hannity back in to turn number one random joy continues to lead the way fifty nine laps or complete best battle the race track still for eighth with danny edwards and elton sawyer earlier works as hanging onto the spot elton sawyer been looking and looking low not close enough to balance charge. Now is with wash the outside lane incurred core work their way up off the the corner and we'll stay in line single file for the moment dick trickle by the way is back on the race track after replacing that radiator dick trickle running eleven lapsed out of the race leader. He is back in thirty sixth position set the field for you. It is randy la- joy out at fraud by about a nine tenths of a second on mike mclaughlin. That's maybe nine ten carling sup- brace track here at the raceway park behind mclaughlin and equal distant to that is tim feet away the third-place jeff ullrich fourth shea. Excuse me jason keller is fifth and he's feeling a lot of heat now. From st park in sixth are closes in on him off turnover taking a different line looking down the inside of color out trying to look down to the inside of the fuller is those cars were torched three and four either. One of those cars step on a line is keeping their single file formation coming back up off four further back. You've got matt kenseth now. Riding along the seventh position then that battle for the eight spot with danny edwards at elton sawyer further back dale shaw needs leads ex pack. That's from the tenth position on back. He's trying to hold off robert pressley off of turnovers new pressing down on the inside now. He looks down again to shaw's inside and try to get that position. Away doesn't have quite enough running room to force forced. The issue had not at this early stage of the race anyway. Presley falls back in line single file. They come again to turn one robert peach low but we'll stay up in line behind shaw go down to the corner out nathan bucky behind those two four lane to open up for now non will sean leads that battle presley and working single file bore nation now the rates for the third spot lot starts to heat up a little bit jeff fuller. They're trying to make the move on tim fia wise they come back down the line jeff taken a couple of looks data the inside of feet away so far can't make the move and turn to he's on the move again on the back bumper of timpee the will on the back straightaway looking outside his spoiler nothing there to try to spank a free ben defense blocked. Now's thing works pile up ahead of them or should be back behind them. Elton sawyer sagana around danny edwards tried to get position away can't do it now the race leader randy joy closing on the tail end of the field in two around the outside of mark rogue off the quarter now pulls over. Let's him by now jointly. We'll have traffic. Mike mclaughlin will be the next one audible leaders to encounter now. Here's a race we were talking about. Four third jeff fuller tries to get by ten feet above. They approached some slower traffic. This'll make it interesting here. They come off turner before close close again on mark. Crocus car and jeff looks donald the inside fetal offer a chance. They're going to be forced to go to the high side of the race track. As they approached the slower traffic all turn to grow broke car working directly ahead of the third place battle not moving over yet. A speedway had called her clothes in now. We'll be outside lane work. Their way up to the high side is drops down to the bottom autumn to give the lead lap cars room to go up to his outside the joy mclauchlan and the race for third now making its way around the lap traffic and the race for the fifth and sixth positions all that heads off to jason taylor the fifth spot state park in six weeks down inside tries to take it away the fifth and sixth place cars caught the third and fourth place battle now into the corner robert pressley doing a great job here this evening. He's moved up to the tenth position now. Working on dale shaw coming off turn four presley steers car hard to the left trying to get down to the inside pull. Pull up along side dale shaw they come again racing for the tenth position off turn to contact. Don't make it to the corner presley five down to shaw's inside. They wash up the back. Thank you almost make contact again presley able to paschall but he's all over shawn's back up around the corner. Robert pressley tried to find a way inside dale shaw they bump and wiggled just for a bullet presley again tries to look inside as they we've off four down the main straightaway at back at a turnover one robert. Try the bottom side again in the corners aren't again physical. Oh come back to the turn presley again that low trying to squeeze out of the inside shaw snowcap make the move pay off a shawl blocks to the inside making contact again turk bore oreste started seventeenth. Dale shaw started in the third position. They are battling now for the tenth spot in that battling is hard coming back into turner a one once again press. He's literally literally pushing dale saw in turn drops down to the inside of him now about a percents off turn to presley not having the horsepower muster up to shaw's inside sliding out to the outside walshaw presley looks down low roberts got to be careful little contact air wiggles. The back end of shaw's car robert will squirt by the inside lane is opened ended up as that physical racing is gonna cost dale shaw couple of spots. Here's nathan blanquita his inside coming back to the corner. Shaw get's back in line. He sees mccain's close again and page now. Bearing down on dale shaw shaw's car having some battle barks on it does he works back to the corner. As those battles continue further back in the field ran into the joy with clear race track way out in front eight tenths of a second the margin over mike mclaughlin and still a heated battle for third off turn to what has the third spot jeff fuller is trying to take it away fuller's the back bumper almost clips the outside wall on the back bumper of pushing back to turn those drivers racing third position now about two seconds behind the top two radhi the joy and mike mclaughlin we are closing in on halfway at the kroger two hundred and from the racetrack road home phillip would soon open the official. 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This is our house back at indianapolis raceway park cleanup continuing for on the seventh caution event. The pit road has been closed through this time since the accident because is the car came to rest right at the exit of pit road where a lot of the safety workers are operating and now pit road has been open for cars on the lap this time by. Let's see if we have any takers bruce. I doubt will have many because number. Were just a short while ago. Though robert pressley looks like he's gonna be one who will come along pit road presley with some pretty good damage to the front end of his machine gene as a result of the stack up traffic that put us out of the caution flag todd bodine also along pit road with the hood up on the stanley pontiac some of the other nascar racing going on this weekend again of course a nascar winston cup series is at the indianapolis motor speedway. They'll run the brickyard four hundred tomorrow. The nascar busch north series tomorrow watkins glen new york that race <hes> actually his next week starts at twelve noon saturday a week from tomorrow also next saturday. The nascar feather-light modified tour runs. They'll be at riverhead new york raceway. The nascar slim jim all pro tour also on saturday august the ninth. They're running at caraway speedway and ashbourne north carolina. The nascar goody's dash series runs at myrtle beach speedway myrtle beach south carolina that two on saturday august ninth at nine pm and the nascar southwest tour goes into action at son tanner raceway in salt lake city utah that two do on saturday august the ninth as we continue onto the cost and we've mentioned todd bodine's sitting on pit road moment ago todd <hes> an exciting day for him not necessarily the way his fortunes it turned out this evening but earlier this afternoon the formal announcement made of his going back to the nascar winston cup circuit in the nineteen ninety eight season a brand new team being formed by a group based out of indianapolis here <hes> group of businessmen here this town that already own a team on the indy racing league circuit will form a nascar winston cup team with todd as its driver and the folks from tabasco go as the sponsor on that car already have some shops based in leased out in charlotte north carolina area and to people at work and expected amo crew chief shortly but the driver ever and sponsor and owners in place at this point is well. I talked with todd this afternoon after the announcement about the fact that okay this is august the i can. You have a brand a new race team up running and completely optus speed when it is time to go racing at daytona come february. I think so <hes> you know this'll be the third year in a row that i've been uninvolved with a new team and each year. We've been successful at it yeah. It's a lotta work. There's no doubt about it. <hes> you have to hire good people competent people people and a lot of them and <hes> you know that's one thing that the team owners have said that they're not going to spare any expense to get this thing up and running and running properly so you know i'm i confident we can do that. The programs that the owners have put in place are chassis programming and the motor program everything they've done is first class and they've spared no expense and they're going to do it right and and <hes> you know that's half the battle todd bohdan back the nascar winston cup series racing in the tabasco tabasco pontiac for the nineteen ninety eight season. They're operating out of shops that the <hes> tristar team has used in huntersville north carolina as well as <hes> the kenny bernstein team back in the days when king racing was on the circuit and so <hes> work beginning to be done there on those tabasco pontiac for the nineteen ninety eight season talking to taught some last zwick while we were at saint louis <hes> international raceway at madison illinois said that although i've got this great deal coming for next year sure not losing sight of what i'm trying to accomplish this shear and of course that is trying to win the nascar busch series championship. He's <hes> fifty eight points now behind randy joy unfortunately having some bad luck tonight back to pit road owed talking about todd bohdan. Another unusual situations happen down here tonight. Cloudy took out the right front spree. He went across the pit. Wall all went over to one of the vendors over here swapped that spring for another spring and brought it back and put it in the car so they made a spring change the right side right front brought of the todd bodine card steve byrd sitting upon the toolbox screechy perennial joy steve looked strategy and the race cars working out good tonight at what this <hes> chevrolet monte carlo base motive scored has just working right guys come here on a mission you notice it on the poll when the rice again in <hes> soap up on track things look really is ready to the joy screw tapes. T. bird is todd boat. I can go back out on the right track. Toddler is one of the nominees for the goody's headache award that members of the media covering the kroger two hundred will vote on at the conclusion of the event two hundred fifty dollars to the driver. They deem suffered the biggest headache during the running over over preparation for this event from goody's headache powders the official pain reliever of nascar donald don show now in the thirty six position as he rejoins the field. Actually the thirty a second position and later course ran a joy upfront taken over the top spot here just recently after that last sequence of green flag racing get ready to lead the field held back around to the restart with rain grub second elliott sadler. The third place man jeff fourth fifth is tim steele. There are twenty three cars now on the lead lap with sixty two who laps to go in the kroger two hundred sixty one is they flash across the line and get the green flag job s._e. Tried to get a lap for the race leader not successful as joy and some of the other leaders flash by i him into the corner the joy quickly opening up a couple of car link lead jeff alerts the man on the move sliding down to the inside trying to grab the third spot fuller breaks loose momentarily trying to grab the spot away from elliott sadler's chandler will hold onto the spot wayne grubb hangs onto the second spot elliott sadler third now jeff fuller falls in line and forth. He tried to pass to at one time that time off turn to now trouble off. Turn four kevin grubb gets crossed up. Randy porter is involved four cars slam hard into the inside retaining wall and caution is gonna fly once again. Joe bessie got some of that sparks fly from his car looked like it was kevin grubb that could cost up with <hes> tracy leslie car again. Randy porter is involved armie sadler larry pearson car which was involved in an earlier crash. Tony stewart also involved as four cars get crossed up off. Turn four and hit the inside retaining training wall. They tried to come off. Turn four three wide that does not work here at indianapolis raceway park and i'm not exactly sure who triggered the thing but somebody somebody came off the corner down on the inside and made it three wide and jo bessie was the unfortunate guy on the outside of the race track that got pinched into the outside wall and it was when he rebounded from the outside outside wall back into traffic that all of those cars that have ended up crashed against the inside wall got taken out they were behind the actual origination of the incident. Just kind of innocent innocent bystanders if things but have all been crushed up against the inside wall in a big pile now and put us out of the caution flag for the eighth time at one forty one so larry pearson. Here's involved randy porter. Kevin grubb also tracy leslie was involved a couple of other cars as well receiving some pretty significant damage but having driven away from the accident accident scene shane hall also getting pretty good bit of that accident that has brought the caution flag out once again been a hard night for tony stewart just announcing here the other day that shale oil a signed on to sponsor their effort next year owned by joe gibbs of course they'll run full time in the nascar busch series and here at <hes> what he would consider one of his favourite race tracks one that he has many laps on and other other types of vehicles but not going very well this evening problems for tony stewart along with other series. The caution flag waves for the eighth time tonight. Let's go to pit rhode. Jane hall just come across the wall here shane what happened. I don't know couple of cars have gotten together in front of us and there's nowhere to go. I can intel really wanted started a we will not finish tonight. Jane hall out of one of many cars. <hes> total of three six. Maybe seven eight involved in the gate caution flag the kroger two hundred and the yellow flag slowing the field again durant wide open road you hear the roar of engines. You're surrounded. Oh by thousands of people in leather sound like somewhere you'd like to be were you run as we take. You live our own famous sturgis rally at w._c. Donahue's rose through the foundation of w._c._w. The n._w._f. The biggest notices finally gets shot at the rand hollywood hulk hogan with luger. Get back about busy total package organ on humid challenge. What do you like see. I will break you in half brothers. Take the don't battle the outsiders in this world tag team title match the mitch bikers rustling w._c._w. Rose by saturday august cable or satellite company to order the dream at custom cycle toxin to change sunday august tenth nascar winston cup series racing from watkins glen international international live coverage of the butt of the glenn begins at twelve forty five eastern on m. r. n. radio working caution to the time in this event as a number of drivers swept up in a multi car accident off of turn number four up against the inside wall. The accident caused when some drivers tried to go three wide and the man and the outside of that joe bessie got squeezed squeezed into the concrete retaining wall bounced back off and a number of drivers behind him in traffic <hes> turned around and caught the inside wall so the yellow flag lap one forty four as the cleanup continues on the front straightaway many many cars. We'll go back behind the wall because of this we will recap that in just a moment but for the time being randy the joy holds onto the race lead and the event is slowed for one more time back down to the pit road worst kevin grubb kevin. Could you tell what happened. I'd say <hes> look. I read it pretty pretty good run going for the link belt genuine parts monaco but not any kinda early we <hes> we're coming off and i forget who it was in front of me but they got ad together and one pinch the other one entered the wall and you know this is rice and i got on the brakes in turn. Keep out of it by just check up at times is hard raisin reason hard racing and army sadler also victim. His car's got to be done for the evening also so that the story from pit road as say was hermes sadler and not larry pearson who is involved in the accident. We miss identified <hes> that particular car hurry sadler. One of those involved in the crash along with tony stewart whose machine is being being pushed back behind the wall. Kevin grubb tracy leslie randy porter and shane hall all involved in the accident looks like tracy leslie was the only one who's driven away he he has made several visits to pit road to have some pretty significant damage repaired on the lysol pontiac so we remain under the caution flag as they continue to work to get all the cars cleaned up off the main straightaway next week in the nascar winston cup series will be at the watkins glen international speedway in new york for the bud at the glen friday august eighth push pole qualifying two p._m. You'll hear that here on e._s._p._n. Radio saturday the nascar busch north series tackles eleven turn road course on sunday the bud at the glen twelve forty five eastern time here on e._s._p._n. Radio tickets are now on sale at watkins glen and these other races where the series runs in upcoming weeks nascar series at brooklyn michigan for the detroit gasket two hundred on august the sixteenth august the twenty second the series moves to bristol tennessee for the food city two fifty longest the thirtieth durra loop track auto two hundred at darlington south carolina september fifth richmond virginia host the auto lite two fifty and on september the twentieth the m._b._n._a. two hundred at dover delaware. We'll have all those events for you here on on m._r. In radio and again the ticket offices open. Please make your plans now to join us for exciting racing from the nascar busch series. One of those drivers that you mentioned it was involved. The accident had kind of a rough night hermes sadler coupling since i what happened in this well i don't know <hes> you know we got involved in a wreck early owning a race in ah the rain a little bit go ahead a bad vibration and we spent a good part of middle part of the race adjusting the callback and got a pretty good and we say the last night of ties to that lasts caution before that came aiming to poland new tires on to try to get all that back in <hes> feel like we're in pretty good shape to do that and became a full and i guess they clogged up in front of us. <hes> there's a lot of record in front of us and we just i'll pout any of these guys. You know we keep having good call to kate run good and they're going to get a break. You know we can't any any pain finishes racist festival ones. We have a chance to win but they do. People have been good to us and you know they still believe in us so we're gonna try to do everything we can to raise forty two times tonight no place to go behind an accident that occurred in front of him hermes sadler out this evening and we've got tony stewart here tony. It's been a rough night at r._p._i. Tonight man well. You got chris in the right way. I guess <hes> you know steve park. Took us out. I and you know i don't know how much closer occupied a stock car the wall knocking the wall down but it's just part aww rookie here you know i i can't think joe gibbs and this shell crew and bobby labonte and all his guys enough for giving me us opportunity and you know just a rough night. This isn't exactly the artist placed their race and when stuff happens normally gets a lot of cars and you know we got back early and had to fight through a bunch and you know got back thirteenth but just couldn't get the rest way of totally. I'm not finished tonight. Guys tony stewart of seven drivers now back behind the wall and the kroger two hundred with still fifty three laps to go set the field for you under the caution radical randy lajoie as the leader wayne grubb is second elliott sadler third jeff fuller fourth and tim fito of fifth sixth steve park. Elton sawyer is seven mad. Kansas is eighth. Jeff crowe is up to nine now and dale shaw rounds out the top ten. Mike dillon's eleventh buckshot jones twelve jason keller's thirteenth phil parsons fourteenth and danny edwards is fifteenth sixteenth sixteen is mark green nathan bucky seventeenth linda naming his eighteenth. Glen allen is nineteenth. Ben tracy leslie would be twentieth. Twenty-first is dennis setzer robert pressley's twenty-second second twenty-third would be brad teague with jo bessie twenty-fourth and stevie reeves in twenty-fifth twenty-six joe not twenty-seventh position belongs to randy porter who did refire after being involved in that accident and has continued <hes> twenty-eight position at the moment is tony stewart just gone behind the wall along with shane hall and hermes sadler who are now twenty ninth and thirtieth todd bodine has had a tough night. He is thirty first after having extended stays on pit road on a couple of occasions in this race. Kevin grubb is out of the event. He's thirty thirty second. Dick trickle had to replace a radiator earlier in the race. He is thirty third and continuing on mike. Mclaughlin is done for the thirty fourth mark kroger's thirty fifth after an early spin and now show's thirty six after he was involved in a lap three accident that damaged his machine got kevin the page at the moment behind the wall in thirty seventh position after after excuse me now back on the race track and after being behind the wall earlier and kevin is it thirty seven spot and his twenty six laps down to the race leader rick fuller scott got legacy out of the event in thirty eighth and thirty ninth and that is the full field summary as we close in on the fifty lap. Go mark of this event. If you're just joining us we are working caution for the eighth time. This evening's been to lead changes among two drivers randomly joy on the bush poll. Wayne grubb took over and led for breath while before joy came came back around and took the top spot. We talked to the top of the broadcast about how this racetrack is always produce some exciting races and it's always smiled some guys who've never won the nascar busch series before well tonight as usual smiling on some young guys whose names we haven't heard of a lot before this given the rundown. They're checked out. Some of the names wayne grubb was making one of very very few <hes> starts in the nascar busch series. He's posted in the second spot. You've got jeff crowe. Having one of his best runs of the year he's up to the ninth position. Danny edwards only his third start this season and et whittaker's car. He's in the fifteenth position and linden amick great run for him posted there in the eighteenth spot so kind of interesting to see some names you don't usually see over the top of the field doing well. This late in a nascar busch series race continuing to clean up for the multi car accident that put us out of the caution. Let's talk about one of the other big news stories stories of the day and nascar racing that the announcement this morning by robert gates that it would be kenny irwin taking over the texaco heaven ford for nine hundred ninety eight on the nascar winston cup series urwin from the indianapolis area cut his teeth racing in the open wheel cars the midgets the sprints the silver crown cars at places like this and dirt track ovals and so on around the mid in west now of course with a couple of wins in just his first half season on the nascar craftsman truck series kennedy says he thinks that open-wheel experience will help him adapt to nascar winston cup racing more quickly running the open wheel sprint cars midgets overcome cars dirt payment. I feel like that that makes very versatile driver and <hes> what it has makes you very open minded to do track that you've never been to or <hes> you just you just take it how it comes and that's next year. That's that's what i'm gonna do account robert and the team that <hes> they're going to guide me in the right way and <hes> just not assume anything just take it how it comes to categorize it goes into the texaco go havilland ford for nine hundred ninety eight four robert gates racing the official announcement made this morning here in indianapolis getting ready to go back out of the green flag here at indianapolis raceway park in the kroger for two hundred random joy leads the way wayne grubb elliott sadler jeff fuller and tim feet awas. That's the front five and they go to work here. Crossing the line coming back up to speed charging harder to turn one dennis setzer fault for a while to get back a lap but now gives way is legit takes off off turn to rub has to fall in behind setzer doing so so in local stands for elliott sadler donald grow for that second position sadler out of the inside not the fast groove around indianapolis raceway park but grub the young drivers or is that a good job of protecting the outside lane. It will work for him again. He'll hold onto the second spot. Rub has to make his car awfully wind coming back to the corner because elliott sadler looking down low. We'll try to squeeze down and pick up the trouble in turn one four cars get together spinning and crashing in the quarter tracy leslie involved glen allen involved. Linden amick is involved and jeff crowe rogue. We just spoke of a minute ago running so well in the nightspot caution on the speedway. Dennis setzer tries to get a lap back from randy joy as they come to the stripe he does is not succeed and we see the yellow flag for the nighttime in the kroger two hundred four drivers racing for position some on the lead lap a couple not getting together with the driver who was in the nightspot and jeff crowe definitely gets the worst of it. He ends up accepting. That's not jeff rogue either. That is the joe not. That's the joe not machine. Thank thank you <hes> the the cars looked remarkably similar from this angle so joe not the twenty-four-year-old a._s._a. Driver is the one who is backed into the outside wall. 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Hercules tires relied on our street back at indianapolis. Raceway sway park has the yellow flag flies over the kroger two hundred with forty five laps to go ranelagh joy leading wayne grubb young driver from the virginia area had an outstanding ignite. Tonight is team using a little early pit. Stop strategy to get him up into the runner up position after he started the event back in thirty first spot. Winston kelly is in his bid to talk with crew chief s._m._e. Houston crow chief on the car. Sammy you guys got up front with a little bit of pit. Stop strategy turn his radio down. You guys got up there with pit strategy but you drivers doing a heck of a job keeping it up there yeah he was a little off yesterday when i got here and we didn't qualify whale but we practice dismore we did practice law as a matter of fact we were behind random practice and we stayed with it along abbott link belt structure equipment chevrolet all speed for a long long longtown like this so we just we that was the only choice we had. We just gotta take the best weekend or night but he's doing. He's doing a good job and to see what kind of coaches are you giving pretty well. What about the poor. Thanks for what is operatives truck race last night. As soon as it gets going get up up top. Just hang out there for a while like oh this fall down as we said you gotta stay on the highlight here at indianapolis raceway park. You've heard tonight sam houston before used to work with the likes of jack rows team that mark martin drove four here on the nascar busch series driver wayne grubb having a good run tonight we you talked earlier about lyndon a mix car running up in the top fifteen the rockwell automation pontiac on pit road with a lot of damage to the library or just behind the left rear wheel and along. We're the thirty. Five number is on the side of the car. The left side of the automobile amick pulls away. He's up tough luck tonight after a good run at another guy but tough luck is joe. Not joe burst out into the bush series but it's time for you what happened and it's been a tough night. <hes> just we cut her left front tyre down there. I got into the wall unfortunately but we got the car back out. There were just biding their time. This got in a little bit too close behind them guys that we're fighting for a position in <hes> got caught up in not using the radial tires but it's something to learn and i just how all the guys on the team i had a great time and i and the scars are really fun to drive and i look forward to hopefully being here next year and hopefully we can do better next time. You plenty more runs this season. We might things went pretty. Well here you know even though we did wreck but <hes> we had a good weekend we got a pretty good and i like to run again this year just to get a feel for better twenty four year old joe not a._s._a. Series he will not finish tonight but he's got a good night. As far as us concern joe not drive in the mcmartin owned the car that we haven't seen all the nascar busch series here in nearly all this nineteen ninety-seven season. I guess it has been practically all of this year. Signal is out for a one to go the field now working working halfway down the back straightaway with nineteen cars shown on the lead lap. They are ranelagh joy. Wayne grubb is second elliott sadler third jeff. Fuller is fourth attempt fito. The v six is mark. Steve park seventh now matt kenseth with jeff crowe in eighth dale. Shaw is ninth tenth. This mike dillon and allowances buckshot jones. Jason keller is twelfth thirteenth. Phil parsons fourteenth is danny edwards fifteenth mark green sixteenth nathan bucky seventeenth allen eighteenth tracy leslie and linden amick shown shown on the nineteenth position green flag joy jumps on the throttle with dennis setzer the first car laptop to his outside quickly drivers get two and three white as jeff fuller tries to get a spot away from elliot sadler that has to protect his flank from steve parkinson phoenix leader spouts through the cloud speedy dry in turn to an extent sets the outside lane will go around race leader randy floyd letroy falls behind sets a return agree jeff fuller working hard back in the fourth position to get by elliott sadler the third place man it was all over the race track tracked down the apron on the front straightaway still working the inside lane up alongside tim fee to what elton sawyer and steve park heavy traffic jam at park goes around fuller gets into it park spins completely around car scattered in all directions and miraculously. There's no caution flag. They continue on their way or now. That could have a big one so steve park racing heart for the third spot gets can't get some contact turns around. He will fall from the fourth position well back into the field. We'll update komo but first. Let's follow that race for position. That's going on behind the front. Two third slides up in front of wayne. Grubb grabs the spot now grubs under attack jeff jeff fuller fuller dives out of the inside almost extract. It took three robert pressley goes wide open up the end side now for ten feet away. He comes by to pick up a spot. That's the race through fourth as they come to the line and complete one hundred sixty. Two laps ran into the joy leads elliott sadler second tim feta wise third. Let's pause ten seconds for station identification asian on m._r. In radio the voice of nascar racing thirty eight laps to go here at indianapolis raceway park in the kroger two hundred randy the joy the man in charge once again stretching out the lead the great racing though is going on further back jeff fuller wayne grubb and elton sawyer really duke it out there working for the fifth position again. The second place man is elliott sadler. Tim feta what to third. Jeff fuller's now settled in the fourth position for fifth on back. That's robert pressley hanging hanging onto the spot. As elton sawyer goes to work on him and turn to volume takes the outside lane found nothing but the wall so he checks dives down to the inside. It's better alongside presley. We almost fixed contacted. Turk greek that was presley tries to squeeze so they cut back now. Presley slots up almost makes contact with the wall has to check up and he'll lose three position robert pressley not on the lead lap. He is twenty second position. A lap down to the race leader so the lead lap cars tried to get around him and race for positions among each other a little bit farther back steve park try to make his way back up through the field after falling from fourth to fifteenth with that spin and turn a few laps ago. He's on the lead lap does not appear two of suffered any significant damage though i wouldn't be surprised if he's spotted the tires a little bit and the handling on his car might not be what it was a little while ago pretty hot race now between wayne grubb and matt kenseth for the sixth spot off to face out of inside hook the tires down there almost all the trying to get the advantage on grubbing it make it work off the corner. The ball back in line to the tire tracks wayne grow into again looks inside for the chance to get by wayne. Grubb can't make it work also for third a great race there. Tim fito has the spot bought jeff. Fuller is trying to get by him full. They're taking the outside lane coming to turn to buy something there. Now is fetal lanes drops down the block any attempt to pull their that position off her number four. Those drivers come while farther back in traffic dale sean mike dillon having a very tough scramble for the nightspot. Try to work their way around round robert pressley's machine that got shuffled out of line a little while ago they clear him down to the inside got about another eight or nine cars. Most of whom are on the lead lap all bunched up for position right behind hi there. I steve park. He'll get by robert. Pressley outs bill parsons turn parsons now working badly inside as presley popsy outside wallet turn to presley slides. That's binoche curtis. Mark upset that tracy leslie now will slide underneath presley those cars now following a great race for the tenth position that mike dillon working. They're trying to hang onto the tenth spot. Buckshot buckshot jones makes a move to the inside of him coming down the front straightaway and looks again for a chance off to back in line though had no room to make the pass as he slides wide off the corner robert pressley still having problems going off the quarter now working back to turn over three beaten and banging rayson going on from twelfth position on back jason keller with steve park phil parsons others all over his back deck. Now about a dozen cars all bunched tightly. They're running for spot in to the park. Almost pushing jason keller back back through the turn keller's car washes wide almost making contact with the wall park primary outside the lane on the back straight away but no room to make the pass each park again battling trying to come back up after getting involved in that crash few laps ago following the car of jason keller down the front straightaway. This sucks in line follows a tire tracks as they worked back into turn number one now following off the back bumper about a half a car length now park drops down to the inside see if he can make an inside run on keller can't do it now park those wide again trying to find not any vantage. He can possibly find keller. All this great racing is going on for about ten spot on back. The race lead is firmly in the hands of randy la- joy who has has one point three seconds on second-place elliott sadler with now just twenty eight laps to go in the event twenty one laps to go for randy joy. Try to win. The kroger. Two hundred for the second consecutive year would be the first driver in sixteen year history of this event to win it back to back and only only the second driver to have wanted more than once. The joy has one point two seconds on elliott sadler. He's got tim feta close behind him. Try to steal the second spot away. Hey though not close enough to make a move pretty good distance back about a second too jeff fuller who is in fourth now in traffic the second and third place cars get together interred four elliott sadler or does flying three sixty others pilot from behind jeff fuller climbs the left rear tire of sadler's machine fetal gets away sadler gets away here comes fuller away way and the caution flag is waiting for the ten th time in the kroger two hundred it sadler working hard trying to get that position going into the turn and he got that and more tim feta <music> involved there randy porter also there jeff fuller drove up on top of the elliott sadler car bowman landed back on the ground. He's got severe damage on his car. Oren fuller was one of the top five machines now shown in the fourth spot elliott sadler had the second spot feta was right behind him for third elliott it looked like had to check up for the middle of three and four because the lab car of randy porter was there and i think maybe just a little cross communication there over which way puerto was going to go with sadler checked adopt fito in nipped him from behind and around elliot went throwing a huge cloud of smoke up over the speedway jeff fuller basically guessing which way the racetrack might be open in the split second he you had to make that decision guests high and when he got there that's where elliott sadler's car was in the middle of the cloud of smoke and with his right front tire he climbed up over the left rear corner of sadler sadler phillips sixty six machine feel gets away basically unscathed for elliott sadler and jeff fuller some sheet metal damage to their machines and four randy the joy what was one point two second lead is now gone and the field bunched up behind him as the caution waves for the tenth time in the event lillard seem to have gotten the most damage from that incident as it came buses with a lot of sheet metal hanging off the side of his car and looks like a tire cut down he now makes an appearance down on the pit road and his crew goes to work on that car in a tough break for jeff yeah fuller who had a very good run throughout the course of the evening up to the fourth position at the time of the incident we talked about jeff crowe awhile back and what a great run he was having some good battling going going on behind him some seven cars stacked up nose to tail and that's kind of where we were looking to see any kind of incident that may occur some of those guys are making some banzai moves to get by but the accident occurs right up there in the heart of the pack in the front of the field as again tim feta wa elliott sadler randy porter and several others get involved it in turn force with the caution out for the tenth time tonight time for joe and i to pick the winner of the craft singles craftiest driver of the race award with kraft singles american cheese giving five hundred dollars to a special charity in that driver's name. I was kind of looking at the order of who maybe advanced quite a bit from his starting position. Buckshot jones started this race back in thirty thirty nine poop. Excuse me yeah thirty fifth position. I knew we'd take it a provisional back there somewhere thirty fifth spot and he's in ninth position right now having run up into the top tin no particularly crafty pit strategy there on the part of his team to get him up there. He's just done it all on the race track by staying out of trouble and running hard so that might be worthy of a craftiest driver the ray shot with so many drivers of being involved in incidents throughout the course of the evening to <hes> come all the way up from the rear the field and now be shown there in the ninth spot with sixteen laps to go. I'll go along with you on that. One so buckshot jones will have five hundred percent to charity in his name from kraft singles american cheese as the craftiest driver of the race <unk> closing in on the finish now sixteen laps to go as the cleanup continues from the tenth caution in the event along pit road crews basically done with whatever work they're going to do with the exception of those who are not going to be in contention for the win. Unfortunately one of those will be jeff fuller who continues to have his machine looked at after being involved in an accident while running in the fourth position in the closing laps of the race. Let's go there and get an update now. He's been on pit road a couple of times alan. The damage concentrated on the right front looks like somebody took a can opener opener just in front of the tire and peeled that sheet metal up it didn't come completely off as one piece is kinda sticking up in the air. They're still holding on pit road hoping to get him back out. It's not gonna make it this time. Making some adjustments to the right front of his chevrolet wanted to go is a single from carl simmons the official starter for the nascar busch series atop the starter stand meeting. We will go back racing with fourteen laps left in the kroger two hundred elliott sadler after having jeff fuller climb up over his left rear tyre has stayed on the race track and he has some pretty good sheet metal damage to the left rear corner of that car might even have that cheap metal rubbing a pretty good bit on that tire. We see a lot a smoke boiling for behind the machine as he works his way around the racetrack so don't know how much longer that is going to last that situation with the sheet metal and the tire but they are obviously willing to roll the the dice and find out as we are down to the final fourteen laps of the events of sadler. We'll be second with ten feet or with third elton sawyer now fourth and wayne grubb v rest of the top ten and matt kenseth jeff crowe dale shaw buckshot jones and mike dillon others on the lead lap which we go all the way back to twentieth spot include jason keller steve park parsons tracy leslie nathan bucky mark green danny edwards glen allen linden aiming and dennis setzer as we're ready for the restart randy. Lajoie brings the field off turn four down of the start finish line. The green flag flag waves in the field comes to life charging hard and attorney number one. The joy elliott sadler works into the second spot. Tim feet away in third now trouble here in turn number one. It's three cars get crossed up. Dale shaw get's around buckshot. Jones involved phil parsons. Tracy leslie is involved mark green and also nathan buggy not the caution waving on the speedway. They came into the corner about four wide again. We saw this earlier in the event. It resulted in a big multi car wreck. It happened again. Somebody somebody didn't get away well on the restart and when they came down to the corner those behind him trying to take advantage stacked up about four deep the big loser looks like it's going to be phil parsons and who made earlier in the event to get back into contention for a decent finish the whole front end channel lock machine caved in he tries to get away dale shaw's able to drive away ed buckshot jones able to drive away as has been nathan buggy but we are under the caution flag for the eleventh time the kroger two hundred and avocados involve their word lead lap lapped cars. We just told you there were only twenty on the late last year with now thirteen laps to go but <hes> for phil parsons dale shaw mark green and buckshot jones. We talked about battling well here. In the closing stages of the race now they've got some catching up to do if they are to continue at all and fulfill parsons that looks very unlikely here he comes back down the the start finish line the whole fun and his car is caved in smoke boiling from the rear as the tires rub against the fenders and it's been a long hard night for phil parsons so caution flagwaving for the eleventh time in the event with thirteen laps to go back for the restart to see if randy the joy can win the kroger two hundred in a moment back at indianapolis raceway park the kroger auger two hundred under the caution flag for the eleventh time trying to clean up a stream of oil that has been distributed all the way around the speedway apparently from the machine and phil parsons that received significant bit of damage in the crash in turn one that swept up five six cars anyway all of whom have driven away but some of whom have received some pretty significant amount of damage and so what happens here is the pace car continues to lead the field and the cleanup continues with quite a bit of royal drive being spread around the race track just joining us randy joy. I started on the pole at the i ninety. One laps gave the lead up for a pit. Stop at lap number ninety to everybody else. <hes> on the lactic set five cars came down pit road with him those five state on the race track in front of him they included wayne grubb who took over the lead lap ninety three and held it until lap one nineteen when the joy finally did work his way back around grub but at lap one twenty was officially the race leader again and has held it to this point now at lap one ninety with ten laps to go in the event. We have a number of post race awards. We <hes> pass saudi each week here. I am orion radio broadcast. We're just chat about the fact that if there was an award for persistence or persevering it would certainly go this evening to tracy leslie. He's been a number of crashes and as you mentioned that on everything on that car has been except the roof right now. It looks really in bad shape. He continues to run and seventeenth now on the lap. The back end is caved in the front end is caved in the left. Side is ripped off the right. Side is ripped off the only thing that's left for the front back windshields in the roof and i didn't have one of those things cross my fingers well. Maybe let's not say that on the air because you never know what could happen in the final ten laps but boy tracy certainly gets the nod for persevering sir veering tonight after a very difficult evening and still be in position to have a halfway decent finish he is on the lead lap and in seventeen th spot as we get inside the final ten laps four randy lajoie all has gone his way thus far this evening as he continues to lead elliott sadler's machine with the left rear fender kind of ripped up in the second spot. What can he do anything with over the final ten laps with that damaged machine. Let's go to pit road see if we could find out say jones gucci saint you've had <hes> got some damage that card. He's had a chance to run a couple of laps of the race speed. How did you say the car is right there well right now. It's not too bad. I'm the film succinctness chevrolet monte carlo running second. We're just trying to hold out see if we can survivors thing so you don't think you think randy. I doubt it now the word torah so there's going to try to make it the these final nine laps guys around the track trying to get a second place finish out of smelly it slather hoping to to get a points race out of it if you will just come up with some sort of a decent finish and maybe boost his position in the championship standings. He is six coming into this race. Let's take a swing now while we continue with the cleanup from a lot of the oil that was dumped on the race track and try to get this thing back under green in the final last which i fully suspect suspected we will for at least a few lap shootout anyway and vote the luxembourg cool move of the race award with the team. Giving votes won a piece in the one with the most nominations getting five five hundred dollars from luxy heating and air conditioning mike bagley on the back straightaway. What do you think wayne grubb gets my nomination. He got shuffled up into the outside group and made contact with the wall while running second. He could've got an shaken up but he didn't. He's hug on right now running at the top five so wayne grubb gets my vote down to pit road. Jim phillips go along with that movie. At every chance to world spend that card scrubbing along the wall people were going by people were pushing and he kept it in a straight line and still staying out of the top five wayne grip gets my vote winston kelly by virtue of being able to see the infield monitor here that they've got. I'm gonna have to go with the luxury cars. He squeezed ramp to the outside around rick fuller back about fifty laps ago and rick fuller got spending intern number one so the lecarr in glenallen gets manatt joe anything. I'm gonna give an honorable mention to mark crowe guy one of the crashes here about twenty laps ago. He made a great move dimiss three cars and it crossed up here in turn to but i'm gonna go along with wayne grubb. He did a great job and showed <hes> experience well beyond what he has under his belt so so i'll go with wayne grubb so <hes> my vote by the way it was gonna go to randy the joy for the move that got him back to lead at lap number one hundred twenty he just is he's been really cool all all night with a good handling racecar and as he got back in traffic at the after the pitstops in the five that stayed on the race track in front of them those in the lab cars he just picked his way through one at a time economists got him and made some pretty cool moves to get the lead back but it will be wayne grubb the driver from virginia who will take home the five hundred dollar lux air cool move of the race award award tonight in indianapolis as grow runs right now in the fifth position after starting this event back in the thirty first spot cleanup continues with just just a lot of oil dry being dumped on the racing surface here in turn one and two when phil parsons car caught that retaining wall on the outside they just must have ripped the oil cooler or something out of it because they have just put a lot of liquid down on the race track there and they are trying to sweep it up and get it all cleaned up so we can get back racing now. We've got seven laps to go big. As part of that was dropped <hes> here between turns one and two parsons did continue around the racetrack and as a result of that the oil trail led off turn to all the way down the back straightaway and up into turns earns three and four so the stay dry actually been laid around just about halfway around this racetrack but the biggest part of it again where the crash happened between turns one and two they're they've put down on <hes> several pounds of the stuff have not close to tons and now they're in the process of trying to sweep some of it up so we can get back into the green flag and not have a lot of slipping and sliding on on the stay dry here in turn to so working the caution flag as we close in the finnish advantages randy lajoie and elliott sadler top two. Tim feta was third elton sawyer very quietly quietly having himself a solid run in the fourth position of arbor salt ford wayne rub the aforementioned young driver in fifth position with matt kenseth jeff kroger steve park buckshot jones owns and jason keller rounding out the top ten. Let's tip the cap to jeff crowe young driver in his rookie season in the nascar. Busch series has taken a number of lumps and bumps his best finish so far far this year's been a pair of twentieth place runs those coming at richmond and milwaukee after starting this race in the thirty seventh spot he is up in the seventh position in about the score his best career nascar busch series finish finding out on a tough night of racing here at indianapolis raceway park also talked about <hes> buckshot jones coming from the rear the pack doing in a good job. Mike dillon's hung tonight. Danny edwards junior posting a twelfth place run at the present time if he continues to hold onto the spot that would be his best best ever finish in nascar busch series racy and this is only about his fifth start in the series glenn allan back in the thirteenth position linden amex still hanging in there after getting involved often one of the crashes early on he's still on the lead lap running in the fourteenth spot and a call nathan bucky as well still on the lead lap. He's in the sixteenth position. Members of the media covering the kroger over two hundred voted the goody's headache award of two hundred fifty dollars to tony stewart's plus a two hundred fifty dollars donation. We'll go to the brenner children's hospital in winston salem north carolina from goody's headache powders tablets in the name of tony stewart tony involved in a little <hes> bump with steve park racing for tenth position at lap forty four spun and caught the outside wall continued from that incident then swept up in a big multi car accident that came out at lap number one forty one the eighth caution of the race that finally ended his day so tony stewart at had a track he knows well his inauguration into the joe gibbs racing team stable not necessarily a very fun night for him here at raceway park in indianapolis but he gets it's a good he's headache award for the evening now because we're inside the final ten laps the restart is going to be a single file restart with just the lead lap cars at the head of the field and i believe when they come off turn four this time they may get the signal that we'll go racing in another lap as the safety officials pace car driver and so on continue can you to look over the racing surface and try and see if it is in reasonable condition and in fact the signal is being given in one more lap we will go back racing so the restart will come with four laps to go and it will be a four lap shootout for randy la- joy to try and secure back to back wins in the kroger two hundred going to be kind of a similar setup to what we had last night for the nascar oscar craftsman truck series. Jimmy hensley led the entire race until right down to the finish. We had a three lap shootout and ron. Hornets made a move after a crash that that occurred the very same spot between turns one and two point of a past with a lap to go to pick off the win jack sprague whip by to get second. Jimmy hensley finished in the third spot so we got a similar situation tonight as we get ready to go. It'll be four laps to go but they come back to the start finish line. Here's the way they are set to run to the finish seventeen cars on the lead lap ranelagh joy elliott sadler tim feta wa elton sawyer and wayne grubb. That's the front five matt kenseth six jeff crowe is seventh. Steve park is eight buckshot. Jones is ninth and jason keller is tenth. Mike dillon eleventh danny edwards junior twelfth and thirteenth glen allen a wave off the restart linden amick fourteen dennis setzer fifteenth sixteenth is nathan bucky and tracy leslie runs in the seventeenth position. Those cars on the lead lap restart has been waved off as <hes> something thing else was spotted on the race track that they have run out to pick up chip warren the official that holds the stop-and-go paddle at the end of pit road ran all the way from his station at the the end of pit road out deter number one to take a look at the surface where the drivers ran through all the oil ryan again. We've documented how much oil dry was put down and just wanted to get a look at what happened. After to the drivers ran through it for a lap he has reported back to the tower that things will be fine. Turn them loose next lap by and we are going to go green flag racing with what will be three laps to go in the kroger or two hundred so the stage now set for the restart and ranelagh joy will just have a three more labs to try and score the win elliott sadler will have to make some quick moves. He is going would have anything to <hes> get to joy with because randy has shown the ability to get away on the restarts <hes> fairly well. He's had some big research tonight just about every time able to drive away atwill couple of car lengths right away from the van sitting in behind him baby though elliott sadler has saved a little something now remember sadler has some damage on the rear of his car on the left after rear and <hes> that we're one of the other cars drove up on top of him nearly and <hes> one of the situations <hes> jeff fuller that was pulled up on him when they crashed several laps back overturn overturn four there was some concern possibly offender rubbing their on the tire to that sheet metal has been pulled away so maybe that will not be a problem with elliott sadler other racer he is hoping to make it three in a row after winning myrtle beach and saint louis season position to do it there in the second spot as we get ready for the final three laps the kroger two hundred pace cars on pit road the lead lap cars now in single file formation at the head of the field lapped cars all seventeen of them now begin to work up through the gears ears green flag in time for the final shootout of the kroger two hundred randy la- joy gets away by a car length on elliott sadler but not much as sadler chargers hard and determined or what is right up on his back deck poses on race leader ranulph joy off turnover to elliott sadler now fades off about a half carl granular joy tries to hang onto the race lead that turkey free. They come now working at a turn for joy not able to get away that far from elliot sadler right behind sadler tim female elton sawyer the fourth place man. It's a four car breakaways. They charge back into turn. One interesting coming back to the turn tippi the in third takes a look down on the inside of elliott sadler for second sadler moves over to block his car baubles albums for just a moment being able to capitalize on that as smoke boils elliott sadler scar now randy starks to stretch out his lead to car links over a great second place battle title elliott sadler. They're still trying to hang on the spot is the white flag is out tim feta while looks one more time for a chance to get by with a bottle time coming back at a turnover to tempe pitches down to the inside tries to get a better up alongside sampler sadler clips. The wall spot now is looked leads back to turn three day race for second behind him but bradey randy joy comes off turn number four checkered flag inside the first man to win the kroger. Two hundred back to back is la- joy. He wins the race tonight. By one car linked over over elliott sadler look like elton sawyer made a run on tim feta wa for the third spot off the final corner and may have nipped him at the stripe with wayne grubb rounding out the top five in for randy lajoie dominant performance at indianapolis tonight go to pit road. Well steve bird. I can tell you four great strategy the great race car victory lane man. I just can't thank these guys baseball sports enough. They worked hard to get the poll in and try to win this race again to get that bonus and base motorsports chevrolet monte calo fina castle springs water kaitak motta's. Everything's just worked right for us right now man and just down and let's go to get this championship again. That's deeper crew chief joyous. He takes o l e bay back out on the racetrack tobacco victory lap. How about a victory doughnut on at first on the main straightaway delighting the crowd with a big roar randy la- joy scores away in the kroger two hundred joy scoring the victory tonight after dominating the race leading leading all but twenty laps in the event nascar today continues on m._r. In radio back back at indianapolis raceway park fireworks exploding over the back straightaway as regulatory climbs from his machine in victory lane joy scoring the win back to back the first driver they do it in the kroger. Two hundred beating elliott sadler who finishes second elton sawyer who nips tim feta wa at the line for third peter were getting fourth and young wayne grubb rounding out the top five victory lane shortly. I let's go down in here. From some of the other top finishers elliott sadler climbing out of his chevrolet elliott second first first and second seconds made it three in rhode almost made it three in a row. You know we have a lap. Callback twenty laps to go awry front was rubbing. Malefic romans do was finish. I was kinda glad to track was gave some extra caution. Laps gave us some more time in just like thank ten feet away for driving me clean. He could've took me out if he wanted to. Ask great drive the part. I'm glad we could bring this phillips. Sixty six traumatic model chevrolet monte carlo home a second place. No rainey's betas twice in the last five races and we won the other two so we're pretty good. You're definitely doing pretty good still one of the hottest drivers on the nascar busch series with another second place finish. We're looking for elton sawyer. We'll get a comment from him in just a moment so the thoughts of elliott sadler who has finished second first first and second in his last four races now on the nascar busch series for randy lajoie the the victory tonight his fifth of the season and his second at raceway park the tenth of his nascar busch series career. Let's get out of victory lane and see if jim phillips with the race winner. I'll tell you that car. You're all year long from the get. Go yeah when we voted off the truck <hes> pretty much the same set up we had here last year. We change one sway bar you with this race team. Based motorsports put put together a chevrolet monte carlo. I got i got a line around this place. I don't see a lot of guys use in it works. It works great for me. It works great for this racecard. Todd had a bad day. We need to open up. I want to win back to back championships in we just gotta keep this ball rolling man you said before that <hes> one of the keys that i would be win. Pitted made that pitstop and it looked like he was at the right time absolutely right. You know that's that's a call state. We're just i'm just real man in cautious. Usually this thing goes longtime on degreen but <hes> you know a lot of cautions and you know we. We got behind after stop a lot of guys into stop but we came back in one missing. This is just awesome. Tell us about the past that you took the leap back though it looked like he was found that right spot on the race track and then took advantage of yeah i guess trickle downsides of preferred line here and usually got the lap cars on not the preferred line but they had into preferred line here in trickle. I i got a sneak up behind trick on. He was the preferred line. I went by three car. He's doing a great job in you know once i got out front i knew by just get a good rhythm going and keep keep the tires from spinning or not hitting the wall. I have a good night and kate. Tech engine does a great job and our sponsors so you know i'm just happy to be driving his racecar when it went as as good as it is you know it was it was cool. The end of the year for ran ula joy and randy will open up a considerable amount of points in this race on todd bodine after randy wins so you've had and bodine's struggles through a fairly trouble field evening finishes in twenty fifth spot back to winston kelly without inspire. Elton look like you just nipped the line. I bet you'd like to sing about five more laps yeah. I think tim would have to my hat's off to him. He really raised me clean there. At the end and i gotta run up all four. He was trying to get underneath elliott elliot and i was on the outside of him. I hope he knows i'm here cliff he done. We're gonna have a big wreck. He's a good race car driver and my hat's off to the whole team. I mean they got a pretty good setup at this racetrack and have two teams there in the top five. You know that they need to really be commended. I'm really proud of my race team. They had great pitstops to car in good all night. We missed all the wrecks and in the top five now the top five probably the busiest man on the racetrack the last few laps ten feet away just about got around elliott sadler for second but then you had to look behind you and here comes out yeah. We talked about that right at the at the end there on a caution what i should do and we knew if i went to the bottom we'd take a chance on giving up the outside and <hes> but i i was going for second and i could've settled for third. I think pretty easily not easily pretty fast but it was racing a good race. Ma'am and my teams really doing good. They had a great pitstop tonight and got us out in a hurry and i'm just happy for kroger clean accent scott brand products. It was a pretty good night for base motorsports also so <hes> we'll we'll take this and go on to michigan absolutely no guts no glory. He had to go for it. Elton sawyer and elliott sadler both tip of the hat to tim feet away now time for the radio pit reporters the vote the wagner break supercrew award everybody giving nomination and the team the most getting five hundred dollars from wagner breaks jim phillips. What do you think well. I'll go go along with the way grabs a crew. I mean i think that that they made but even the top five the pit strategy to get wayne grove out in some good track position early in the event wants to kelly what do you think mentioned the jeff hensley and then working on the car tracy leslie who looks like a crunched up beverage how to go in the direction of body king salmon houston the crew on wayne grubb early pitstop got him in the top five so the wayne grubb team will get the five hundred dollars from wagner breaks for the supercrew award tonight here at indianapolis some early pit strategy need to get their driver track position on the top five run the best of his very young nascar busch series career in fact. Let's hear from wayne grubb now down in the garage and i'll tell tell you not too. Many young drivers cover this race track. Come out with the top. Five is a great run for you. Congratulations thank you. I tell you this link belt shaush equipment team grow motorsports that awesome job today you you know we will be slow messed up in qualifying but we came out today in practice and picked it up a bunch and we you know pretty far back there so we pitted early in the guys they did an excellent job and get in in and out of the pit so that's how it two guys on the team and linked sharks david excellent job all weekend. Tell us about the restart their when you got into all i don't know what happened. I don't know if <hes> could we painted pretty early. Fuel soldiers riding around slow trying to conserve you. I don't know if i just had a little bit of stuff on the tide or a little bit of something on the track wanted to turn and she didn't want to stick with me. Wall caught me and set me back in place. <hes> luckily i didn't hit it hard and kept the link bucks josh equipment car out in the top five sure did that's wayne grubb rub and wayne grubb also let it halfway tonight so he picked up the two thousand dollar gatorade front runner award as well matt kenseth the rebellious rookie the ray six hundred dollars to him from rabies for finishing six tonight and earlier we voted buckshot jones the craft singles craftiest driver of the race that a short while ago we'll take a look at the final running order in the kroger two hundred nascar busch series defending champion and defending winner this race randy joy picks up the win again here in the nineteen ninety-seven edition of the event elliott elliott sadler the second-place finisher with elton sawyer third tim- feet of a fourth and wayne grubb came in fifth sixth was matt kenseth buckshot jones was seventh. Steve park was eight jeff crowe august ninth and jason keller tenth. Mike dillon came in and eleventh. Danny edwards junior was twelve glenallen was thirteenth dennis setzer fourteenth linden amick fifteenth nathan bucky was sixteenth sixteenth tracy leslie came into the seventeenth position with robert pressley and eighteenth jo bessie nineteenth brad teague twentieth steve's twenty-first jeff fuller is twenty-second randy porter quarter twenty-third dale shaw twenty four th and todd bodine twenty fifth twenty sixth finisher was mark green dick trickle was twenty-seventh phil parsons twenty eighth army sandler was twenty ninth. Mark at kroger was thirtieth. Larry pearson finished thirty first with kevin lepage. Thirty second joe not was thirty third tony stewart thirty fourth shane hall thirty fifth kevin grubs thirty six thirty seven was mike mclachlan rick fuller thirty eighth and scott legacy first mandigo at a lap three he finishes thirty nine on officially the nascar busch series championship standings things will be one hundred and fifty points between radical joy and todd bodine. The officials standings released by nascar on monday morning. Ram let one hundred seventy two of the the two hundred laps in the event total of eleven caution flags slowed the race. There were two lead changes. Among drivers in the race in time of the event was two hours hours eighteen minutes and twenty five seconds. That is the race summary for tonight's kroger two hundred next weekend motor racing network moves onto watkins glen international with the ask car winston cup series for the but at the glen the annual visit by the nascar winston cup series to the fame new york road course activity beginning friday with bush pole qualifying and we have the broadcast for are you at two pm eastern time next saturday the nascar busch north series takes on the eleventh. Turn road course hope that you will be with us at watkins glen for that and one week from tomorrow. We have have live coverage of the bud at the glen for you. At twelve forty five eastern time tickets available at watkins glen international nascar busch series off next weekend. They rejoin us in two weeks from from today at michigan speedway in brooklyn michigan for the detroit gasket two hundred that is saturday august sixteenth also coming up on motor racing network the nascar busch series from bristol tennessee friday august twenty second darlington south carolina saturday august thirtieth richmond virginia friday september fifth and dover delaware on saturday september twentieth ticket offices at all all of those speedway's open throughout the week. Make your plans to join us for upcoming nascar busch series events throughout the week this week ned jarrett has the world of racing for you weekday mornings outings. We'll have the latest racing news on nascar today weekday afternoons and talk to the stars of nascar car racing tuesday night at seven o'clock eastern time on nascar live thank mike bagley for his coverage of the back straightaway tonight. 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