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186 - Barr Resigns - Meet your new Attorney General

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

50:08 min | 6 months ago

186 - Barr Resigns - Meet your new Attorney General

"Well yes as a matter of fact there is actually going to be alive show today. Thanks for hanging out. Thanks for your patients. I'm sorry took me a minute to get going here I have learned from experience. That i am much better off. Not to rush this thing and just make sure that everything's working before get going and anyway welcome this is. The republicans were broadcast episode. Number one eight six. My name is brian kelly. I will be your host for today's adventure and Broadcasting from the forest in cottage lake washington and for those who follow on the facebook page Had a really cool Barred owl out here just outside the studio yesterday and he was cool enough to just hang out and let me take picture for a little bit and through a picture of that up on the a kelly photography thing anyway Let's kick this thing off by thanking god for good health the ability to be here sharing with you. This is the republican broadcast. And the idea here is we have a republican if we can keep it and We keep it by By keeping it together. And so i based the idea of what the program is about in large part on what it is that i am interested in. If i figure if i'm interested in it you might be too and Maybe i'm had drinks from your boy. Never that cough brother. I know sorry. I had the microphone on there when i was getting ready. One of those things so Clearing my throat. Before i got the mic going regardless anyway so i started investigating. Who is jeffrey rosen. Who is our new Attorney general as attorney. General bar has resigned. And i started looking at the resignation. And what was that about and a lot of complaints about Ag bar of late. And i think some justified unjustified there's a lot of complaint that he is a deep stater or some other Configuration thereof and. I'm not sure that that is Justified or appropriate but regardless Ag bars out. And the in his resignation letter he was very complimentary to president trump. And i don't expect him to be. The guy who goes on the scorched earth Let me published a book about how terrible donald trump is guy. I don't expect that at all. Of course i might be wrong I didn't expect his resignation so precipitously but here we are and we have a new attorney. General or acting attorney general. His name is jeffrey rosen. And so i think the Linchpin issue of The firing of bar in trump is he is trying to really maintain this idea of separating himself from the operation of the department of justice and which is a good thing in general. But everybody knew that there was an investigation going on about one hundred biden or they should have known and it you know if attorney general bar wasn't informing the president of that. It's a fine line right. Because the obama administration we criticize them for saying. What were you doing involved in the doj. Well you know if you're going over to the doj and saying hey go find stuff that's one thing if you're using the intelligence services inappropriately like they did that's another thing you know if there's a legitimate time morning susan welcome first time watching nice of you to join and You know if there's a legitimate investigation to be had then you know. I'm not sure what point the department of justice should involve the president and let them know or should make the public aware. And i'm not sure what the appropriateness of that and so i i'm going to hold my powder on that. There's plenty of criticism around. But i'm not i'm not a law enforcement guy right them on the you know broadcaster advertising sales guy right but here. Regardless is the present united states Gets gets vote Of course and he weighed in on what he had to think about it. So let's Let's take a listen to President trump on this issue of why why he was unhappy with bill barr. This is i think prior to the resignation letter But regardless. I think it tells the story launcher biden. This week has confirmed to investigations on him. One on jim by the word. Is you disappointed. That william bar knew about this and the well. Everybody is who isn't disappointed. Joe biden light on the debate stage. She said there's nothing happening. Nothing happening and bill barr should have stepped up. I'll tell you what. Say what you want about. Robert muller when buzzfeed put out a phony article. I think it was the seat but buzzfeed put out a phony article. Bob muller stepped out and he said that article was a phony and then there was ultimately proven. No collusion no klay. After two years no collusion. But bob muller stood up and he he interjected that. This article was false. Bill barr should have done the same spoil he had to do is say an investigations going on and by the way. I don't want to say anything bad happen. Two hundred bucks and whatever it is. It is the facts. But i don't want to see anything bad happen. And i purposely stay out of it but when you affect an election bill barr. Frankly did the wrong thing when they are saying things. Making statements and the press is purposely not reporting it bill barr. I believe not believe. I know had an obligation to set the record straight. Just like robert muller set the record straight you know he said it straight a very bad thing was said and it was a false article a false safin which usually they are with the with the media but this was a false statement and robert muller stood up and he said that is a false statement and that was no. I think. I think i agree with that. I don't know that that the that the fbi is normal policy. The department of justice policy. Like i said yesterday or the four. Whenever was talking about you know that we shouldn't be announcing that. We're investigating people because the investigation may go nowhere and you know. Then you've soiled someone's reputation right but in the case of this thing where they're the reporting in the news was there's no investigation of hunter biden. It was a false report at that point. I think that bill barr show up and said well actually Excuse me we have. Yeah we are. We are looking into this guy so i think that that may be should have happened. I don't know the seems to me that there's a case that could be made there and Of course the president's making that case right and now bill barr is going to be spending more time with his family over the holidays and I'm hoping chris wray also will be spending more time with his family over the holidays Pretty soon Marsha blackburn Got on tv and a did a little bit of a spinning a little bit here. She's complimentary bill barr and it's undeservedly but a maybe a little bit more jenner's might be dell won't be leaving just before. Christmas spinning the holidays with his family bar has done a wonderful job and his service who this country is a respected service that than appreciated service. I was so pleased when we had the opportunity to confirm him to the aj post and i m appreciative of the job is done senator. I know that the president had been voicing some frustration that he didn't think that bill barr had done enough on the voter fraud. Investigations indefinitely. Didn't alert people that there were issues with hunter biden. It like everybody's playing nice right now but just a few days ago. The president was re tweeting tweets. That question bill bars judgment when it came to one hundred biden. Is that something that you think was the right. Call one of the things that has been a source of frustration who is so many people as Realizing that our elected see we don't have federal mandated elections our elections be of the constitution. The rules regulations and laws are all delegated to the state. Then it is up to those state legislatures. This set those laws for time and place and then to the local hell needs to implement those rules. Regulations and laws soc thanks newsmax newsmax is doing a pretty good job in sean spicer's doing a pretty good job over there newsmax encouraging to support those guys and o. a. n. But regardless she spending a little. Bit there. I i'm i think there's there's truth in that in that the Most election law is an most election. Violations would not be federal and so therefore wouldn't be f. b. i. concerns necessarily unless. There's an interstate stuff but most doesn't mean all and certainly there seems to be Some interstate corruption. That was happening or at least interstate coordination with the things that happened all simultaneous shutdowns etc So this Bill bars out and bill maher is going to spend more time with his family and Probably write a book or two and hopefully it won't be a You know. I hate donald trump book. But maybe we'll be you know i i think bill barr is an honest guy. He had made several statements prior about committing to not involving the department of justice and politics and he may have seen Any overt statement about investigations of the biden's as as throwing too much weight on the scale in the election and politicizing which is exactly what he'd committed not to do and i don't know if that's giving him too much credit or not but that's kind of my thoughts so now new acting attorney. General jeffrey rosen. Who is this man. What is he about and You know what were we going with this guy. He's he's going to be in charge of the department of justice now he's going to be charged the department of The f. b. i. he'll be in charge of all of the machinery of federal law enforcement right and so Kind of behooves us to get a sense of who he is so he gave a speech back in august and august twenty sixth and it was Speeches available the entire speech available in the department of justice website and If i remember. I'll post it but i'm going to the way you can find if you google it is name. Is jeffrey arrows. And he's the new acting attorney general. The speech was called Jeffrey rosen on maligned. Foreign influence in. Us elections okay. The whole thing is long. And so i went through and And read the printed transcript of it and then grabbed the The Video of it. And i cut it up and i grabbed the parts that The whole thing's relevant. I encourage you to watch the whole thing. I really do. I just can't share the whole thing in the in the broadcast here so With the limits of time. Let me introduce you. First to jeffrey rosen. And here he is. We cannot escape the reality that the opportunities for malign foreign influence on our elections are far flung so what remains a challenge for americans as voters that did not end in two thousand sixteen. But it didn't begin in twenty sixteen either maligned. Foreign influence efforts have been a long standing concern in american elections and that historical context can teach us some lessons. I'd like to use these remarks today. And the conversation afterwards to discuss some of this historical context then offer a few comparisons with what we've seen more recently and finally to share a little bit of advice we can borrow from our historical predecessors to begin i think it helps to clarify a few definitions to describe what we mean by malign foreign influence as opposed to what we might consider just legitimate diplomacy or candidate expressions of legitimate national interests that all nations share with one another in appropriate ways one definition. That's easiest to remember is what we refer to as the three cs framework coercive covert or corrupt activities by foreign governments to influence. Us policy's us political sentiment us public discourse or to interfere in our political processes themselves under the three cs framework. We recognize that. Foreign governments often have preferences about us policies or even the outcomes of our elections. Sometimes those preferences are openly our government sometimes has opened preferences about other countries to when the preferences are open and attributable. No one is deceived misled. But what we're concerned about is when foreign preferences manifest themselves through malign foreign influence activities that are again coercive covert or corrupt whether their aim is specifically to influence our elections or to influence policy making and public discourse more broadly. Okay so this sounds like my kind of guy. At least he sounds like he's on the right track okay so Let's see what the What the next thing he had to say. Well so he's he's laying the for the idea. That foreign influence is a problem. Okay and that You've got to have the us policy's influenced by persons us policy's influenced by us lawmakers who are responsive to you and i that's how it's supposed to work not us lawmakers who are responsive to the chinese lobbyists who got too close to them. In the case of eric swallow and many others. I'm sure who are going to be exposed on this. Because he's not alone. Okay and so the reality is that that foreign influence is not a new problem. And so. Jeffrey rosen demonstrates Through the speech. And like i say encourage you to watch the whole thing And i will post it. He he demonstrates through the whole speech a great understanding of the historical influence here and the context in which the foreign agent registration act and cetera were born and where these things come from he talks about the influence of the french on the early formation of our country on our early politics Here mentioning john adams and thomas jefferson and again watch the whole thing. But here's a short segment to give you a flavor of it. President adams did not forget the risk. That francis attempted coercion had posed in his inaugural address. He implored the american people. Never lose sight of the danger that foreign influence by flattery menaces by fraud or violence by terror intrigue or banality presents to our free fair virtuous independent elections. That's a quote. The next year jefferson to objected to francis continuing course of efforts to stir up american partisanship telling his colleague madison. That he saw the efforts is very unworthy of a great nation. He felt that. Those efforts by france contributed to a mistaken presumption jefferson and his supporters. First passion was an attachment to france and hatred of atoms party. When jefferson's fell the reality was that american voters real passion was quote the love of their country close quote and so this guy. This is under the coercive member of the three cs right. This is under course. He he understood. And he talked about you. Know the idea of outside influences creating enmity between groups in the country and influencing people to think that one group or the other was acting instead of out of love of country out of a foreign power. And we've had exactly outright with this claim that people love Trump is putin's puppet or and now that we see the real influence via cancelled checks of china on the biden family and so The stuff is real and it's a real concern and so anyway That said i'm gonna take a quick break. And i'll be right back and we will Explorer together. I believe the there we go what the heck is going on here anyway when we get back. We're gonna take a look. At the rest of jeffrey rosen remarks and other relevant to our current situation. Why he's probably the right guy for the job at the right time here. You know this is why. I see these guys filibuster out there on the senate floor and they talk for two hours and no water and i'm just like wow how do you do it. 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And hopefully it's worthwhile and and seems to be so you know yesterday's program so interesting watching the stats on the stuff. Yesterday's program during the show How about Twenty five hundred people watching and then about five or six hundred shares during or immediately after but four hours later one hundred twenty two thousand Was the audience which is challenging. Some of the cable programs pretty easily. So thank you for your support and it's awesome. I really am grateful for that. So most that's on facebook but youtube periscope both growing so anyway Jeffrey rosen back to him. And he's the important thing not this show. The show is for you. And hopefully if i'm doing something valuable you'll keep coming back And the value is Is not me i believe. I believe it's the information. So let's get right to it. Jeffrey rosen giving again historical context under the three cs. One is coercive Second is covert and he talked about germany during world war. Two so coming forward. Since the twentieth century as the united states evolved into a superpower maligned foreign influence has been less about coercion and more about deceptive her covert efforts. Meaning that the foreign government has tried to disguise or conceal its role so in the nineteen nazi germany as an example directed an extensive underground effort to influence. Us public opinion. A german agent for example entered the united states claiming to be a clergyman and use nazi funds to take over small establish newspapers and some civic organizations until he was caught indicted for failing to register as a foreign agent and fled the country as a fugitive. Congress had responded to some of these nazi germany efforts and similar activities by enacting the foreign agents registration act in nine. Thirty eight known aspera. And that's a law that requires disclosure of some foreign influence activities. The justice department successfully prosecuted some of germany's most useful american agents who had tried to hide their activities but germany also targeted. Us elections including the nine thousand nine hundred forty election which occurred while world war two was underway in europe. Nazi leaders had viewed president roosevelt as pro british and interventionist so they employed several schemes for influencing the outcome over one thousand nine hundred forty presidential election as well as trying to influence the platforms of the major political parties. Okay so why is that important. Well he knows where the foreign agent registration act came from. And so do you now. And what's so important about. That is the foreign agents. Registration act is the reason that paul manafort's in prison he violated the foreign agent registration act. He was lobbying on behalf of the korean government or the russian government or whoever and didn't declare that he was acting on their behalf. And if you're in this country trying to influence policy makers as a lobbyist and that's what paul manafort was doing or you're trying to influence the media or you know and so people like trade policy that we talked about over at the national iranian american council I don't know if tritter policies a registered foreign agent but he should be because he's trying influence american policy on behalf of iran. Right and so. It's good to know that the new attorney general understands where that law comes from and why we have it okay. So he talked about the germans there and he talked a little bit more about them and what they try to a little bit a little more detail and again. It's interesting it was interesting to me. Hopefully it's interesting to you. Want scheme entailed forging documents and fabricating stories that they hope would capture the american public's attention in march one thousand nine hundred forty. The nazis released diplomatic documents. They had supposedly recovered from the polish foreign offices archives. When the nazis captured warsaw the documents purportedly showed that the roosevelt administration had promised aid to poland before the war end. they're shared poland. That the united states would finish any war on the allies side. Germany's top diplomat in the united states. A man named hans thompson called the documents bombshell and there were two members of congress who demanded a congressional investigation but most members of congress and even the american press or more circumspect. They largely followed the advice. That president roosevelt gave them when the story broke which was to take all european propaganda at this time with a grain of salt which he then amended to stretch it to two or three grains in the days before the nineteen forty election. Germany continued to try to plant fabricated stories claiming they had evidence that roosevelt had long been planning the intervene in europe even before nineteen thirty nine but no mainstream newspaper would take the bait okay. So roosevelt had advised the press and congress to take things with a couple big grains of salt and of course roosevelt had the respect of the press. He was a democrat and he had the respect of most americans and he had the respect most congress people and so when he said to take reports about foreign influence with a grain of salt people listened. And you know that matters The the stories didn't get traction in the press of course war two wasn't last time we had something like this right. I mean this is kind of an ongoing thing that we've seen over and over and Jeffrey rosen talked about when we saw it from the soviet after the nineteen eighty election soviet leaders soon grew to loath and fear. President reagan's administration according to a defector and they ordered the kgb to weaken. President reagan's nineteen eighty-four reelection bid intending to discredit president reagan by trying to portray him as a mccarthyite soviet agents covertly sent american journalists. A forged letter dated from nineteen forty seven supposedly from j. edgar hoover that purported to show a president reagan before he was president colluding with the fbi to root out communists in hollywood but the fbi publicly denounced the document when it surfaced in january nineteen eighty-four and they explained that it contains stylistic touches that hoover wouldn't have tolerated and that it violated rules for fbi correspondence and was not authentic. That didn't stop the soviets they also covertly tried to develop contacts at the national party committees looking for ways to subvert the reagan campaign and they developed a package of narratives they tried to disseminate about reagan to portray him as a corrupt warmonger subservient to the military industrial complex and responsible for tensions with nato allies but all of the soviets efforts failed and president. Reagan was elected re elected in one thousand nine hundred four. But you know what it didn't stop. It didn't stop a lot of americans from believing that about president reagan. I remember that. I remember people claiming that he was going to start world war three the he was a warmonger. That reagan couldn't wait to go You know to war that he was going to be the you know the i mean it was. He was the end of everything he was. Just it was going to be cataclysmic if reagan was reelected. I remember that narrative that was the first election that i would have been able to participate in. I wish i could say. I did But i'll i'll say it this way you know. I had my first beer at eighteen. And i woke up at twenty two. I think it's just the way it was. And i didn't do anything responsible for a few years and Guilty as charged and not proud of it it just is and so You know. I'm i'm not gonna get anywhere with you guys by lion to you. Try to act. Like i was some You know civic paragon eighteen I guess i would have been twenty years old for the eighty four election regardless i didn't participate I was I was actually doing radio. That's another story but so Jeffrey rosen continues on with his education of all of us on the idea that this is not new and if you are old enough to remember the good old days of the clinton administration You might remember the names. Charlie tree and john wong and others who were made famous in the Chinese coffee scandal and the chinese money for influence scandal that was part of their life by the mid nineteen nineties. That again became important. When the people's republic of china undertook a covert campaign to influence the us political process through political donations and some other means during the nineteen ninety six election cycle in that timeframe over beijing's strenuous objection. Taiwan's president had been granted. A visa in one thousand nine hundred five to speak it has all my mater which was cornell university after congress passed resolutions supporting that trip. The people's republic of china unhappy happy about that and implemented a plan to influence the political process to be more favorable towards pro beijing policies. By this this concept of making campaign donations through middleman who could provide access to seek to influence candidates and elected officials at all levels of government. The justice department prosecuted a number of the middlemen. Who are involved in a nine hundred ninety nine. Congressional report identified that pr conduct as a serious threat to our national security and more recently with regard to the twenty sixteen election just last week. Some declassified fbi documents were released by the senate judiciary committee which indicate that the clinton campaign was warned about efforts by a foreign government to try to influence her through campaign. Contributions that quote may come in a form outside established parameters for such contributions close quote from a foreign government. Again we see. The threat of corrupt malign influence activities requires ongoing in continuing vigilance. So the the deputy attorney general says catch up with me here ongoing continuing vigilance in august twenty. Sixth of two thousand twenty so just what four months ago. Not quite he said requires ongoing vigilance and this is the guy. That trump says yeah. I think i'll put him in charge so and we know that. The executive order empowered all kinds of spook permissions. I guess for a better way to say it right. So there's a little more. jeffrey rosen. We get back so give me just a minute. I'll take a quick break. And i'll be right back and we'll have a little more. Jeffrey rosen jimmy. Just about Sixty seconds make sure. The rest is queued up and I'll be right back. Thanks all righty. Thanks for giving me a minute. There swanee to That looks weird doesn't it. I'm like in the wrong place on the screen. All right fix that. Welcome back to amateur hour. Hopefully you're finding value in this and you know it's funny. I take the brakes. And i wonder if i should. Because every time i take the brakes removes about about one hundred people. And maybe it's the Christmas music that offends people. I don't know regardless welcome back and Thanks for joining. So jeffrey rosen. says Couple of months ago. here that it requires Continued vigilance continued vigilance. Good morning oscar oscar from the green room man Oscar does a great show at night on periscope. And it's a lot of fun you guys ought to just check it out. If you ever get a chance to follow at the heineken. Man on twitter. He's a lot of fun and anyway Becoming a friend who good guy in a supporter of the show too so now. Onward here Jeffrey rosen to more clips from him. And i think you're gonna get and then if anybody wants call in we could talk about your thoughts on this Bill barr stuff too. I'm seeing a lot in the live. Chat and everything from bill barr ought to be hung to Bill bars patriot so If anybody wants to weigh in on that While these clips plays a great time to call Especially the second one he'll be longer So jeffrey rosen. Says that back in the battle days. The problem was that these foreign governments would plant stories and they would end up in major media. Well that's still a problem. Promise okay. but he's goes on to describe that we have some new problems because of new media. But today the media environment is considerably different and the internet and social media allow foreign actors to reach unprecedented numbers of americans covertly inexpensively and directly without necessarily having to go through the traditional media without even having necessarily to set foot on us soil. We are all now familiar with the findings that in the two thousand sixteen election cycle the russian internet research agency quote spent a total of about one hundred thousand dollars over two years on advertisements close quote on facebook to promote social discord and division and similarly placed disguised posts and tweets several social media platforms while the tools of malign influence have proliferated foreign governments such as russia and china also become more sophisticated and more bold back in one thousand nine hundred six. The fbi told congress that soviet active measures had relatively little success united states because they were often transmit transparent and sometimes just clumsily implemented forged government documents for instance could be exposed but the arsenal of modern malign influence like impersonating americans on social media platforms or manipulating digital content. Through deepfakes can be more difficult to detect and counter though. It's something we have to attempt to do as to the boldness issue as fbi director. Ray recently pointed out. The people's republic of china has been engaged in a highly sophisticated maligned. Foreign influence campaign using bribery blackmail and other malign tactics to influence are year round policy-making which certainly has implications for our elections beijing's methods are not always as blatant as it's illegal campaign. Finance efforts were nineteen ninety-six the pse tactics or more subtle. More pernicious. more complex beijing for example works relentlessly to co seemingly independent middlemen who can influence members of congress on a host of policies. So he seems to seems to have a it out right seems to really understand it pretty well and then he talks about what they need to do about it or at least some of what they need to do about it. And the public idea behind it and I'm really like what he has to say here. I think this is spot on Again jeffrey rosen. Your new acting attorney general. That takes me to the question. What is being done about. All these maligned. Foreign influence efforts and rest assured as old problem on new looks. The department of justice has been responding to these challenges with our own tools. I'll mention five of them today. I the fbi has established the foreign influence task force that brings together cross disciplinarian cross regional expertise that encompasses counter intelligence cyber criminals and even counter terrorism agency analysts who investigate and work to counter malign influence by china russia iran and other foreign actors second the department of justice has been assisting social media companies campaigns and election officials in hardening and improving the resilience of their platforms their networks and their infrastructure against these kinds of threats and has been providing where appropriate defensive counter intelligence briefings and steps. They can undertake to reduce vulnerabilities third. The department of justice has strengthened compliance efforts for the foreign agents registration act or fara in order to identify an expose foreign influence faira helps to ensure transparency by requiring persons who engage in certain foreign influence related activities to register with the department of justice and publicly disclose their activities. It doesn't prohibit any speech but instead enhance the public's and the government's ability to evaluate foreign influence related speech by ensuring that the source is clear fourth where malign influence operations violate our federal laws for example with something like hacking of email systems to make the contents public. The department of justice has brought criminal charges. The department remains prepared to bring criminal charges where there warranted and fifth. The department has supported the administration's broader efforts to counter malign foreign influence for as one example the sanctions regimes for example the administration has imposed financial sanctions for russian efforts to sow discord in connection with the twenty sixteen election and imposed further sanctions and the last twelve months russia's additional influence operation since then in short the justice department and our colleagues in government have been adapting to foreign actors malign activities and actively combating and defending against them at this point. I want to touch briefly on the current threat landscape as we head towards another election. Day the department of justice the department of homeland security and other federal agencies have engaged in unprecedented levels of coordination with and support to all fifty states and numerous local officials to ensure that their election infrastructure is secure. We have yet to see any activity intended to prevent voting to change votes and we continue to think it would be extremely difficult for foreign adversaries to change vote. Tallies we do. However continue to see malign foreign influence efforts that are relevant to the twenty twenty election. Some foreign actors are covertly trying undermined confidence in our elections because they're authoritarian governments who are opposed to representative democracy and the office of the director of national intelligence or deny recently made public in an august. Seventh public announcement. Some foreign governments have preferences about our elections and have taken or planned line activities in support of their preferences including efforts by china and iran to undermine president trump and his administration's policies know. You know it's interesting that china china wants to undermine president trump cau- iran iran's Sent those Emails that were Supposedly from the proud boys right that weren't from the proud boys that yielded some indictments and iran was trying to impersonate people on the right and You know for purposes of having joe biden promoted and so the iranians want joe biden and the chinese. Want joe biden. And i think i'm just ruminating here out loud. You tell me what you think on this. I'm bill barr. Here's kind of what i'm coming to as i'm thinking about it. I'm i told you at the outset. I was kind of undecided. Still am a little bit. But i'm as i'm ruminating on it. Here's what i'm coming to is Bill barr i believe I believe that president trump has been frustrated with bill barr and the durham investigation and not seeing indictments against jim. Komi and some of these guys who it is known that they broke the law. And i think that president trump has been frustrated. That nothing has happened. I think he was hoping that things would happen in the summertime and that it would happen far enough away from the election. People couldn't say it was electioneering and then when the election Got close and nothing happened. I think he was frustrated with bar. And if you remember the one time bar talked before you said that the president's tweets made it impossible for him to do his job. Remember that. I think that was bar. Basically putting a shot across the present spouse and don't screw with me too much. 'cause i'll just you know i'll just let them. I'll say something right. Don't screw with me too much. I think and i think ever. Since then i think trump member the the thing i played the other day about people being trump saying that he values loyalty right loyalty above almost everything and so when when bar did that i think that trump saw that as a sign of disloyalty and he was looking for an excuse and Bill barr wisely. Didn't give donald trump and excuse didn't put any bullets in his gun until this thing came out public that Hunter biden had been the target of investigation and that he hadn't corrected the record. And i think that put a bullet in trump's gun To take him out. That said i think that this guy. Jeffrey rosen was the intended replacement regardless And again relevant to this. Is this clip from d. iraq cliff. And what we're talking about here. Is this idea that the whole thing is i. Think a military operation. As i've been saying not so much a law enforcement operation and Jeffrey rosen talked in that clip about the chinese using blackmail and other things and here is dna ratcliffe on that same idea. You wrote a piece for the wall street journal and you say. China is targeting members of congress with six times the frequency of russia and twelve times. The frequency of iran was behind beijing's aggressive approach. So they want laws and policies out of the united states that are favorable to china. And what they're really trying to do is through blackmail through bribery through overt and covert influence trying to make sure that only laws that are favorable to china are pass. Have you been to capitol hill and have you briefed strand information to lawmakers. I was so troubled by what i saw from position. As the director of national intelligence that i went and brief both the house and senate intelligence committees on this information which they found surprising and troubling. That's part of alerting members of congress to the threats that they're facing and the american people are facing in this broad campaign that china has to replace the united states as the world's superpower. When did you. Brief those two intelligence committees earlier this summer and so. I think that we are going to see in. Here's what i'm wondering. I'm thinking out loud here. And i'm curious if you guys have any thoughts on this. I'm we now have the secretary of defense who's an acting secdef right now. We have an acting attorney general. I'm wondering if there's Something about these acting status acting. Unconfirmed status I don't know. I'm just thinking you know the senate when the senate meets on the fifth or sixth it will be swear in warnock and off And probably stolen election if they win or to swear in perdue and leffler and and david purdue And he's he's everything wrong with politics except that he's not david warnock or joel off and kelly leffler is. I began have other than what she's not them. She's not she's not wow. I can't wait to hear her. Speak you know So you know i. I don't know how that's we'll see. I don't know how that Acting status is New acting ag always former jag. Officer i didn't have background. Check kennedy put that in the in the chat there check. Thank you so much By the way. For those watching on periscope and and youtube where we don't have as many people Over on facebook thirteen hundred people right now alive and so that's cool So yeah. I didn't know that. Using former jag. Officer that okay. Well because see. Here's the thing is the. I think the dna report lindahl is out due out on the eighteenth. Not the twentieth. I i think it's forty five days after the election which should be the eighteenth. I don't know but Either way it's do right. And the eighteenth of be friday. And i'm hoping for indictments for christmas to you know if we got this new agey there. Maybe he's going to go over to john. Durham and say look. Let's see what you got. Let's just indict this guy right now. You know there's no value in holding on the on this one. There's nobody else we're going to catch with this. Because that's part of the deal right is they've got. They've got people that they could indict at. They're trying to go deeper because they want to get You know the next thing so By the way the south africa guys on here. I'm seeing south africa's stuff on the chat. And i can't see the chats going by so fast i can't really read it very much except that i would really love to and you can direct message me on twitter or private message message on facebook or whatever. I would really love to talk to somebody who has some firsthand experience with the truth and reconciliation commissions In south africa and that would be fascinating discussion. I would love to give you the whole hour if you had any personal experience with that And especially if you were involved in In that on the government side or as at any level that would be super fascinating sore. If you know anybody who was. I would love to talk to him. That would be really an an interesting program. I think so. That's what i had to share with you today guys. I hope that you found it valuable if you did Please work the show Help to keep this thing going and You know if. I could get some support here. for sure it would. It would make a big difference on the flow of the program and so on and so forth and so Thanks for Those of you who do support. And that's growing all the time and I'm looking forward to january twentieth. When we re inaugurate donald j trump for the second term of the trump administration and I'm gonna continue believing that as long as donald trump believes it and Really doesn't matter if you do or not anyway or willing. We'll see you tomorrow thanks again.

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Short Show Zeitle 12/1: Bill Barr, China Space Program, Elliot Page, Arecibo

The Daily Zeitgeist

17:20 min | 7 months ago

Short Show Zeitle 12/1: Bill Barr, China Space Program, Elliot Page, Arecibo

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It's all about what feels right for you so head on over to amazon and grab a box trojan condoms and maybe that second box. You've been wanting to try out. Hello the internet and welcome to this. Episode of short shows idol Meta because that's what. I'm always looking for when we start the metal world indeed. I'm jack beth. Miles this is what's trending now. Bill barr is trending because he admitted. Oh is this really. Bill barr he. He came out. he admitted he said trump. There's no electric prod. None of that. This man is full of shit is a sub textual reading of his statement. I mean for him to say quote date we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election. I think he's saying look asshole. I've already. I've gone so far as to go along with all this other shit. I even did that. Little announcement telling people at. Us attorney's office. They could look into anything. There's nothing they're not go onto my regular life of republican gunnery. But i don't know bill. I think he got into deep already. Because the shit stinks and people always remember you as enabler rather than the guy who stood up at the eleven fifty nine and fifty nine seconds like goal. Okay so yeah. I don't know it was. That's that's cool to hear him say that there was another quote that he said like even in reference to like go weird shit sydney powell on rudy giuliani's been saying quote. There's been one assertion that would be systematic fraud and that would be the claim that machines were programmed essentially to skew the election results and the da. Jason dj have looked into that and so far. We haven't seen anything to substantiate that. So it's just them the address of finding stuff. Yeah yes they broke up but apparently he was summoned to the white house. I think like earlier today that today. Yeah so a lot of people are ignoring him. The way that fox news is laundering this on the front page of fox news. Dot com is. This is only the second story. Featuring bill barr the main story featuring bill barr has bill barr and says keep digging bar points durham to continue russia origins probe under new administration. So obama's not out of the woods yet baby they're gonna another one is a poll. I see that says what's a better name for. Bill barr bill barr. Bill barr baggins. Why they're really just trying to philippine space tonight. I mean newsmax on there they just as bill barr cancelled disraeli. No i mean if. I was again if i had no moral scruples i would probably be plying. My trade being like yeah. Let me just be the brain stem of this. Whole fucking operation. It's so easy. Yeah yeah there's no taste. There is news out of the china's space program I feel like more and more. We're going to be just sitting back and marveling at a china's doing the wild technological accomplishments of china We were talking before well. We'll we'll get to it when we get to the satellite But we're talking about the time that they built a dam that made the earth wobble on its axis and which is gonna fucking blow shop with one of their fucking weird experiments in their backyard. The neighborhood burned down. It's like you know that one guy in the corner. Yeah oh my god was he doing. Expect yeah fuck ya hit a gas me saw those barrels that he kept bring in and out of his house out of his van Anyway so this. Chinese team just tested a jet engine. That's able to reach anywhere on earth within two hours. What so the the main issue at that point is trying to find an engine that can go that fast without the wind around like the air drag tearing it to pieces and they created an engine that They think can get a jet. Twos mock sixteen six found on the speed of sound and they tested in a wind tunnel. That was able to get pretty close to mock sixteen Wind speeds and it did not break apart. Terrible dad fart joke about that but leave it there with the tease of adad fart. Joke about a wind tunnel. That goes mark sixteen. I it seems like like wh is there. Do we know what the closest next thing is like. How by how much are they besting the next fastest thing. We don't really need. We'll look. We did mach three. You know the razor cool enough right. They're like we're going to take this up to sixteen but anywhere on earth within two hours is pretty is pretty wild. Like that's fuck. I mean you know the also like what does that air traffic control at that point. 'cause you know. I assume that you have to be very careful being like. Yeah man. Let it rip. At mach sixteen like in shared airspace with things. That are going very slow like anyone who's played like street racing video game knows the slower cars can kind of fuck you up when you china goes very fast year anybody's driven around me bro. Fucking spikes coming out of the wheel west getting a fucking road road rash with me. That's a good luck is big guys like proud of fast dress the immune being sixteen. Yeah i think the way. They're doing it as this would like shoot up into extremely like basically leave the atmosphere so you gotta be in your own lane at that. Yeah exactly that'd be creating their own lanes But yeah wild wild stuff. Why old stuff really wild really. Wild elliott page is trending formerly ellen page has come out as transgender and he recently posted something on their social media. Pages like this really like wonderful letter about just bill letter starts off just very clearly saying i wanna share with you that i'm trans. My pronouns are he and my name is i feel lucky to be writing this to be here to have arrived at this place in my life and just overwhelming gratitude for the incredible people who have supported me along the journey. I can't begin to express how remarkable it feels to finally love who i am enough to pursue my authentic self at at the whole letters really touching and i. I feel very happy to read. Someone's very sincere words about embracing who they are and being able to do that without fear and to do that with love and self love is really nice. Nice piece of humanity to look at and be like. Oh that's a good moment. And now saying like i will do everything i can't. This is a quote from the letter. I will do everything. I can to change this world for the better Speaking to those who have a who of you know firsthand dealt with harassment and abuse and threat of violence. And things like that. Yeah the last paragraph. i love that. I'm trans and i love that. I'm queer in the more. I hold myself close and fully embrace. Who i am more dream. The more my heart grows more. It's like it's it is very positive and affirming letter like you said. Yeah i. it's just like it's it's like you know. Just seeing anybody exhale positively. Rano is like such a great no matter. What how you know how you might not identify in the same way as with a person. Whatever you know that feeling of being a human being and being like. I've arrived at a place that i feel is so much different than how i've been living my life or how i've been feeling about myself and i can truly say like i'm in this place connection. I'll take a little bit of that. Yeah and finally arecibo radio telescope The suspension towers round the huge Radio telescope that you will recognize as an entire level from also. I know it. I know it from the contact video game one of my favorite video games where he just trying when you just try and recreate. That mirror shot the stairs and then what the fuck at the end. You're like wait. Faith is science science faith anyways. That telescope has been labs destroyed. Yeah yeah i mean it's you know i remember talking to a few scientism old gig about that satellite dish because around the same like a few years ago the chinese had built something that was like a half just besting this one like previously your own shit. This is like the biggest thing no no longer. But yeah monumentally important piece of equipment for all of these people doing this kind of research. So i i definitely see science twitter like morning so i don't undercut that part but unfortunately my ignorant ask only knows it from goldeneye and but with the same heavy heart i will say god damn you're really do but we're also talking about the fact that there's also a massive one in china. Yeah they china's just a on some next shit with their scientific developments and also like sort of having a authoritarian government that can just you know make things happen to people like eminent domain. And things like that. There's processes a lot of other places with autocratic governments. They can just be like y'all got to get to step in. We're going to build become apparently like a like a monumental tourist site so there is like it's cbo or the no the one in china and like it's kind of like getting in the way like they're sort of like i think it's kind of interfering with like a lot of the research Because it just seems to be so many people like coming to check it out and things like that so they look through it and there's like a dude pogo his head over the top sorta thing. I think it's hello. Hornish get back to my bus. It is big it kind of looks like just a giant one of those things that you roll a penny down the side of all the way to donate money to a children's museum. Yeah in this fun funnel of just give me your cash. Yeah that or like you know those other the cheapest told you buy for a quarter. That's like the rubber thing that you push inside out like convex and then he stops up. Yeah that one little poppy disc whatever wonder if this would be like the ultimate tony hawk level. Pry be a little boring because drop in on that though. I don't know how the more yeah can you stay on the board going. I don't even know what that angle is. And then yeah. Is it just boring. I don't know man just going up and down twice takes three hours. So yeah it's big will will will never soft games Acclaimed developers of the tony hawk series. Think about adding this one to scale to scale. I want that ship five. I wanna half kilometer anyways. Pour pour out a little for arecibo seba radio telescope or do we know if there's any plans to kinda rebuild it in the i don't think so i feel like there was it's been in a state of like constant dis- disarray like it's just been falling apart and then finally this shit just like say like look. We told john we were going to really do much with this thing. I know there was a lot of push for people to be like. We need to fucking maintain this thing. But now i mean when you look at the photos like it's kinda it you're like. I don't even know anything about telescopes. And mike fucked up. But it's got the vibe of sort of like we were talking about this new michael bay movie called bird think or songbird where like three years and to the. It's three years in the future. Cova twenty one is like ravaging twenty-three is ravaging and like all these landmarks around the world are like just torn shit like and it looks like we are started. We've taken a step down that path. But it's not the it's not the pandemic so much as well. It will look like that. Because like the path of rampant capitalism is to let the state completely aol and then privatize everything so yes. Every school road building that was government owned or operated infrastructure will have to collapse then it will be privatized and then welcome to the donald trump confederated consumer states of america. A neocolonialism is Probably not the disaster movie. Michael as going to produce nieto's new cologne called neo-colonialism sadly smells like empire. Y'all so stupid it's been a long day. It's been a long day. I'll give me a break on that one. we appreciate. Y'all that's gonna do it for this afternoon. We are back tomorrow with a whole ass episode of the show until then be kind to each other. Be kind to yourself. Wash your hands wear masks sense. I don't do nothing about white supremacy and we will talk to you tomorrow by miles. 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CAFE Insider 12/15: Barr, Bye

Stay Tuned with Preet

14:15 min | 6 months ago

CAFE Insider 12/15: Barr, Bye

"Hey folks as usual another busy newsweek. To make sense yesterday the electoral college voted to affirm president elect joe biden's victory to become the next president of the united states. Still president trump and his allies continued to challenge the election results though time has essentially run out also yesterday. Bill barr resigned. Ending his tenure. As attorney general which was widely criticized for politicizing the department of justice meanwhile the supreme court rejected an effort from texas attorney. General ken paxton. It's a block vote certification in four states. That voted for biden. This decision mark trump's second loss in the court that week and hunter biden announced that his taxes are under federal investigation and milligram. And i discussed this and more on the cafe insider podcast today. We're sharing a clip from the episode listeners. Of stay tuned to hear our full conversation and access all other cafe inside content. Try the membership free for two weeks. You can do that at cafe. Dot com slash insider. That's cafe dot com slash insider college students with valid dot. Edu email can head to cafe dot com slash student and sign up at a lower rate. Again that's cafe dot com slash student. We look forward to having you as part of the insider community everyone has some line other than trump so you put a category of his own. He has no line he doesn't care. And then you have other people who are sycophantic and kind of of the president. I kind of put jeff sessions in that category. But but he had a line. Which is the ethics officers at the department of justice said for appearance reasons. He should recuse himself from all matters relating to the russia probe and he did right even fox news so take it. Outside of the the category of particular human beings even fox news propel donald trump set the agenda in a way that that helped donald trump play down the virus it all sorts of other things that i think reasonable journalists should not have done but then they from time to time utter the truth and they'd had they have some line. And then all of these instances at the end of the day they have upset donald trump donald trump supporters and they end up earning the most wrath from his supporters at that rally. Donald trump did a couple of weeks ago. The media outlet that was yelled at the most that was mocked. the most was fox news. Because they had gone you know rogue on trump and bill barr man wonder if part of it is as you and i both and i will not speak for you but i was mistaken when bill barr came on the scene and suggested he's an establishment. Guy i don't agree with him on a lot of things and he's very conservative 'institutionalised and i wonder if part of this again. This is all speculation about hypothesis. As they say in miller's crossing if part of this is is trying to save his own reputation as an institutional knowing that he's going down the tubes knowing that the president doesn't feel so fond of him anymore that he's sort of ostentatiously did a couple of things to rescue his reputation among his friends and colleagues in the bar. Sillier not i. Don't i don't know i think bill barr threw his hat in with the president and became in many ways. I think the president's most ardent cabinet supporter. i mean. remember bill. Barr you know with when the president wanted to go to saint. John's could see draw in washington. Dc when they had protesters during the black lives matter. Movement bar is the one who had told the law enforcement folks that the the square should be cleared. I mean he denied giving the order at that moment in time but he admitted that he had earlier in the day. Said you know get it done. He's done right. Here's the voice in some way to to deny responsible should be done or i don't remember the specifics but it was clear he he played a role in having the sort of law enforcement. Folks clear that clear that block and so you know. He's been the president's right hand at critical times And the president. Has i think a deep disregard for the rule of law. I mean he just doesn't and we'll talk about it when it comes to the supreme court and the president's appointments the president believing that because he appointed people into positions that they owe him and have to do his bidding. And so you know. I think bar has been a loyal lieutenant. What i think could have happened and again we don't know the inside baseball and we don't know whether the president fired him whether the president would have fired him. The president certainly. It's not unusual for him to go on a tirade. I mean he has tweeted against chris. Wray the director of the fbi. He has tweeted against the head of the cia rate and so but they haven't been fired and so we don't know i just want to speculate cautioned like it's really. It's really difficult to note without without reporting on sort of the inside baseball. But i also think it's possible that bar got to a point where he realized he could be fired. I don't think bill barr wants to be. I mean he's he's like the ultimate rate he's like the ultimate loyalists. He did not make the decision you made was right and if you wanna fire fire me. Bill bars made a decision of like you know. He's staked his reputation being this president's most ardent defender and a defender of the president's vision and we should talk about bars resignation letter. Because i think that's like it's up there with roseanne signs. Well there's a lot of compare there's a lot of parallels there so did bill are not want to be fired and not only did rod. Rosenstein not wanna be fired. They also don't wanna hear across word from the president. They don't wanna be tweeted negatively about. They wanna leave on the best terms possible and they understand no lengthy textual stroking of the ego of donald. Trump would probably know 'cause the president to sort of amicably. Say thank you for your service. You were terrific and then move on. Which is what happened here and this letter boy. It doesn't think is right for his sense of humor. And the long chats. I think rod rosenstein long beach. Rain wasn't quite that bad but it was basically collado so i thought it was pretty bad and caught in the rain. I always think about is the pinochle mentioned making what midnight that is definitely true. Even like i said everyone has even rosenstein has a line for you will go so this latter pre. Let me ask you this. Who wrote it. Ivanka trump bill barr. Bill barr right it. You don't think that the white house gave him some language will maybe but if but if the if the president had given them language there will be more exclamation marks and it would be less now. You know what's missing from this letter hearts. What did you when you when the president fired you. Did you send out a note to the employees in the southern district. In fact as i sat in my office waiting to be fired. And get that call. Because i knew it was coming that saturday afternoon. All that remained was writing a thank you note to the to the staff into the lawyers and yet exact. Nothing about as you say i mean you. Basically i said something along the lines of the best people i've ever worked with and it was an honor and a privilege to serve with you. I don't i don't have the exact words. And i don't have a copy of the email because then i lost access to the system. And how do you know what's missing from bill bars letter head. He ate he did not thank the men and women of the department of justice. No single tall he wants. Compare them to We compare them to preschoolers. It is so glaring to me. I mean i read the letter the first time with the pinochle lens on of the. Wow i read it a second time with a c. Running for office because this is a political speech. This is not a a a lawyer's letter. This is not a cabinet members lawyer. This is a rob trump victory campaign fundraising letter kind of thing. It's it's not. It's not at all what you would expect. And then the third time. I read it. I thought god you know when i left being a g. The single most important thing to me was to say thank you to the men and women are the department that amazing men and women. I've worked with. And i am sure i before you said it that. That's a told the story until story number times the thing that made me the saddest on that saturday afternoon being fired and had to leave the building and i was in my office with june. Kim my deputy and and with joan name whom i was the chief counsel who kind of babysitting me as i was about to be fired and i said i was very sad because i said i'm not gonna to say goodbye to everyone in person and i was getting a little bit emotional about it and they looked at me and they said well you know you can come back on monday and we'll let you in the building and i'm like you will and that calmed me down. So yes you and. I have the right sentiments here. Maybe there's another occasion in which bill barr will do it. But the fact that he he he chose not to say anything about the people in the department who do all the work by the way even one line of thank you. Yeah who do all this is telling and there was a lot of i i about bill barr and then there was a lot of you. You you about the president but it it's really. It's an astonishing letter and in my view. Also and i really just cannot believe the letter in subways and i'll read the part but i think he crossed the line that he should have cross and it was. It's deeply partisan political in a way. That i don't believe that the attorney general of the united states should be people disagree. I mean part of being a lawyer is that you go into court and you argue with people. Being there are two sides in every litigation dispute. It's george you with your. Yeah that's your too but it's not personal and it's not meant to. We don't vilify one another right. I mean we deeply disagree with with other lead against or people who were up against but the tone of this letter is is not that. Do you think the first draft said dear leader instead of dear mr president. I think it probably did. Maybe the deputy attorney general. Somebody else fixed it for him. So here's the lines. That i am particularly focused on but i want to hear some of your favorite lines but it says dear mr president it was written yesterday december. Fourteen twenty twenty and i'm going down to the second paragraph and by the way i will also note the first sentence is i appreciate the opportunity to update you this afternoon. On the department's review of voter fraud with that one actual. Yes and how these allegations will continue to be pursued. Meaning oh i i may have said excuse me. I may have said publicly. There's no election fraud and that it's over but i'm telling you now for the purposes of my resignation letter that they're still review going. Valentine kind of thing. Yes and he goes on to say in the second paragraph quote. Your record is all the more historic because you accomplished it in the face of relentless implacable resistance your twenty sixteen victory speech in which you reached out to your opponents and called for working together for the benefit of the american people was immediately met by a partisan onslaught against you in which no tactic no matter how abusive and deceitful was out of val goes on another one along these lines. The appeals to the most aggrieved politician in the history of the world. Donald j trump. He says quote few could have weathered these attacks much less forge ahead with a positive program for the country and then he goes goes outside of his lane right. Outside of issues linked to the justice department you built the strongest and most resilient economy in american history one that has brought unprecedented progress to those previous left out is he. Is he following the latest news on the economy. Does he understand the unemployment rate does he undertook attention. Anything that's going on. In the united states of america or in the world the letter goes on in this vein. Look i think it accomplishes the immediate purpose of of bill barr which is to pacify. The president leave on good terms not be mean tweeted at in right into the sunset. So i guess good for you mr bar. Yeah but you're right. I mean it's it's really not a letter about the department of justice it's largely about the president's the and this is why i asked you who wrote it's about the president's what the president touted as his political achievements operation warp speed military strength appointing judges the economy. And so it's it's really fascinating. There's a shout out to law from. It doesn't come four paragraph for ended. Its it looks like it's just law enforcement in general who risked their lives to keep our community safe but that that's sort of one of the like ten things You talked about the vaccine is really really strange. Ladder and yeah. It's a really strange letter. So now let's do. What anchors on responsible television did last night and go back to what's truly important. Not just the attorney general having left a few kind of speaks for itself but thank you for listening to hear. The full episode has a cafe dot com slash insider and try out the membership free for two weeks interested students with valid dot. Edu email can head to dot com slash student to the many of you who have chosen to join the inside of community. Thank you for supporting our work.

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Did Bill Barr Prevent A Catastrophe On His Way Out? (Ep 1539)

The Dan Bongino Show

56:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Did Bill Barr Prevent A Catastrophe On His Way Out? (Ep 1539)

"Get ready to hear the truth about america on a show that's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan bongino so for those of you who are new. Listening to my podcast. Even some production team. Not joe joe knows about it. The greatest source ever the fight in two seven niner. Joey's back the fight two seven nine. Yeah yeah he's back. The greatest source in the history of humankind gave me a lot of information about spy gate matter of fact if you read my first book on the spy. Gate scandal called spy gate convenient. Right you've read it now was written. I don't know four and a half years ago. A lot of it based on information from the two seven hundred. You'll be like gosh. Did he write this yesterday. We were ahead of the. He's got some stuff and let me just ask the question of front. Hate unnecessarily long teases did bill barr stop. A catastrophic blackmail threaten the united states before he left office. Oh leave that question right there stew on that one for a moment they show brought to you by express. Vpn protect your data from big tech with the vpn i trust to express. Vpn dot com slash. Bongino picking up today. Welcome to the dan bongino show. I've got that. I've also got the pravda media. Not embarrassed at all by just absolutely blowing it on the lab leak and hydroxy. We're not blowing it. They're just pumping chinese propaganda. Also got a very important segment here to about another trump hoax the bunk but it's important. It's not just about humiliating. The meetings about how this whole thing happened. It's very important. Don't miss out. I've got audio and some super cuts their today. Show about you tommy. John you wanna give for the dad. Who's a big softie that loves naps. I'm both of those no matter the dad get them a gift. They can be comfortable in. Tommy john i was a big fan of tommy champ. 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Some information about china potentially blackmailing very powerful. Incoming united states political figures to bill barr. No that this article by the federalist nothing profound than the title pretty straightforward jordan davidson article. Attorney general william bar to the administration trump announces. I think he announced it via twitter. Look at the date on this december fourteenth twenty twenty. Okay ed line. Bill barr is leaving december. Twenty twenty december fourteen. Well what's the big deal. I want you to pay very close attention to the date on this article december eighth about a week earlier from axios remember. This story exclusive suspected chinese spy targeted california politicians bethany allen ibrahim ian and zach dorfman. Axios look at the date. December eighth twenty twenty. What was that story about. Story was about hapless failed disgraceful human being who managed to slide his way into slivers. Way the congress. Eric swale well apparently has not yet to this day disavowed that he may have had relations air quote with a chinese spy. Weird so that stories. December eighth bar leaves december fourteenth swale. Well congress in fact through swallow may may have been infiltrated by another chinese spy. In addition to the was dianne feinstein scandalized. That's really strange. The date and then you see just two days later. You see this rather strange cnn story creep. Its way out to by evan. Perez and pamela brown in politics federal criminal investigation in the hunter biden focuses on his business dealings in china look at day december tenth. Twenty twenty you get in this you picking up. We're putting down here now. We are just four days later. It's announced that bill bars leaving. I mean bill barr. New eve is leaving way before december fourteenth of twenty twenty. You don't think he's just popped him the door december fourteen twenty twenty said the trump. Hey i'm done see later. Have a nice day joined my time. Here here's a stogie food. that's not happened clearly. Bill barr probably knew in late. November early december. He was leaving. Bill barr probably new tying this together and putting a bow on it right now. Bill barr probably new. China had a bevy a cornucopia a thanksgiving feast of blackmail material on major democrats in the united states including joe biden. Hunter biden eric swallow and possibly others and what was. Bill barr biggest fear and listen. I want to be candid here. I am speculating by can't obviously get and bill bars. Head but my source on the all mighty two seven nine or is never let me down. I don't think the dates and these stories are unrelated but shock. Talk for a second here and envision what could have happened so bill barr knows he's leaving its december so he knows that the election results our going their way i get it. I understand the shenanigans. I'm saying though he realizes this isn't looking good for him. Bill barr probably says. Listen the attorney. General united states twice. I can't have china blackmailing the incoming administration at a bunch of democrats who are now going to take power. and they're going to take back the house of representatives. I can't have that. I know they have this blackmail material. We have the spy who may have had relations with a congressman from california democrat. Eric's well well. I don't know what they have their. This spy could have everything on swale. Well we also know. Hunter biden had had business dealings with the spy. Chief of china hunter. Biden's words not mine quote spy chief of china oser his words not mine. Can you imagine again. The thanksgiving feast of blackmail material hunter biden and the bread crumbs. He left behind for the chinese government to use as blackmail against the incoming administration. Hey can imagine. The chinese government be a real shame. Joe we leaked this information out about hunter. Well what better way for bill barr to head off this catastrophic thread then to say or someone has. I don't know if it was him directly. I can't say that but what better way for either him or some patriot within the department of justice to say guys. We can't have this. We're gonna have to leak out this information that way. It's not it's not blackmail for everybody knows about it. You can't walk in there as a chinese spy chief or representative of the chinese communist party and say joe biden swallow. Hey we know about those relations you know again. Trinite air quotes We know about all these business. Dealings hunter had with the spy. Cheap be a real shame if that leaked out. I need you to do a b and c if it already leaked out. It's already out there you know. You can't bribe someone. Hey i'm going to let da. Let the word out about the shady business deal you did with a local bank if it's already a story in the new york post. There's nothing to leak out anymore. This was a great hat. Tip risky by the fight in two seven niner. folks. I am again. He's never let me down. I would be stunned. If we don't find out later that somebody leak these out intentionally to kneecap the chinese government for potentially having a black male file on biden and swallow and pelote by the way pelosi who. It's you think this was an accident. Why would they blackmail envelope blah a black male file on pelosi to hello see. What a freudian slip. Hello see why would they have a black male violent. Hello see too because of hello swallow liked it. They're like two peas in a pod. They love each other. Does to our bosom buddies man. Remember that tom hanks show they are like jack. Was it the couple those two. But they're not the odd couple even couple because they think alike policy has been swallows biggest defender who knows what swallow might have given up about pelosi and the leadership to this chinese spy he allegedly had relations with what kind of relations we nice to find out someone in the doj maybe bar clearly this out to say to the chinese government. I'm sorry we can't leave like this. We're not gonna let you do this all happening. By the way as the lab leak was being hidden as a potential chinese bioweapon. We might finance would have been and by the way. I'm going to cover this again in a different way on my fox news. Show saturday saturday ten pm on filtered. But dan bongino fox news shellman to cover this again and it is going to be from a different angle and you were going off script. I don't know what's going to happen but you're going to love it. I don't believe those dates are unrelated. Bill barr was not going to leave office until the public was. Well aware that the chinese government had a blackmail file sixty five feet deep stew on that one for a minute. There's a lot there folks while the pravda media's not giving up. They're not embarrassed at all by their use and near celebration of chinese propaganda. The media's been and forgive me. If i ever say you know. The media was fooled. Because i don't actually mean that. I don't know why say that. Sometimes i slipped because there's a side of me that wants to believe that people in the left wing. Meteors still decent people and they just got tricked. I don't believe that a really. I want to rewind the tape and step back. Whenever i say that you have to immediately correct me via email. They were not trick. The media's doing this intentionally sadly there are very few people in the media with any good intentions left anymore. I have a gold medal. Silver medal bronze medal winner of you know media losers basically. I don't know any nice way to say. Stelter is always of course the gold medal winner. Chuck todd teetered with the top gold medal position as well joy reid always creep in and with the bronze to but chuck todd again doing his best to try and steal the gold. The dopey olympics from brian stelter for media personalities chuck. Todd anthony fauci on the other day and again. This is why. I believe. And i wanna make the point to you that these people are being fooled in the media with anti-trump hoaxes. They are actively promoting what they know to be lies and anti-trump hoaxes. I can prove it to you right here. They're not remotely embarrassed that they've been on the wrong side of history of every major scandal of our time. They have one job folks. One job in the media to put out a series of facts and data points that are real and authentic so that an educated informed american citizenry can then make educated decisions. That is literally their only job in journalism. They can't get that right. You would think they would be embarrassed. They are not. How do we prove it. Play this video here. This is chuck. Todd would anthony fauci. He claims it's not the one you're seeing all over. The news will play that on the radio show later cheese like hey i am. Science is so ridiculous whatever. This is a different portion of the clip. That's escaped scrutiny. To here's chuck todd pumping that's easily refutable and fau. She just going along with. Check this out. I want to get to the political tax you have become a you've been sort of become a caricature on the right There's some really wild fantastical conspiracies. I gotta play one. Because it's a sitting united states. Senator marsha blackburn who think we have a sound of this. Let's let's play that one. Here's some tax that i want you to know. First of all yes. Dr fauci was emailing with mark zuckerberg from facebook tragic create that narrative. Cherry picking information. So that you would only know what they wanted to know. You know and there would be a narrative that would fit with cherry picked him formation. I don't even know where to begin. But it's a sitting. United states senator. It's the most what i would call the most extreme version of of what i've heard you've got kevin mccarthy doing his own version of this marco rubio. What this again. It's chuck todd so expecting anything from chuck. Todd dignity truth facts. Data is will. Oh you will always be disappointed. I don't expect much but this is really insane. You would think chuck todd would issue a groveling apology for being on the wrong side. Incredibly of another major. So this guy's like over twenty. I mean he. He's in the major leagues with a batting average of zero and they still put. He can't even bump this guy and he says the fao g in an obvious propaganda segment. Hey marsha blackburn that republican senator from tennessee you know what a loser. She is promoting this facebook to ward mess. Coordinate messaging with you and you know what an idiot we have the email you dunces. The email is right here. Look at it on my screen if you're watching on rumble. If you're listening auto you just read it to you. Here's foul cheese email from zuckerberg. Let me inform chuck. Todd who really is not that bright obviously zuckerberg works at facebook. I believe he's on the corporate masthead. I'm kinda sure. He started the company with the winkle bosses and others or whatever. I don't know i saw a movie about it. Once that you miss it was called the social. That i'm kidding. Of course it. Soccer burke emailing cheap saying right here. Hey i'm doing all these q. And as i have a big following. I like to get you on to get out some authoritative information. What it blackburn's say that was not true. Be facebook leader facebook. Ceo of facebook zuckerberg is emailing fallacy about using his platform to get out information. Some of it which later turned out to be incorrect. Inaccurate what blackburn said is one hundred percent true pfau chief was working with with zuckerberg we have the email to tailor a narrative many components of that narrative story. Whatever you wanna call. It turned out to be factually incorrect. Blackburn's right sucker. Brook didn't reach out to other people. I don't believe to do this. They reach out to scott atlas. Did he reach out to any a pro people who had a different. I don't believe so it's october can send me emails. I'll put him on the air and the fascinating part about this store that backup there still up there grape. I can't see sometimes they have upper. Don't now look at the bottom of this. There's a significant redaction in soccer perks. Mld foul ci. He says finally that's it. We don't know what he finally comma the rest is redacted. I want you to notice that designation under the redaction what it is is it be something for their. That's a very clear. Designation that designation is for what to redact this under the foia laws trade secrets maybe blackburn's see something seen something. Maybe chuck todd would be open that if he was an honest reporter journalist. But he's not he's a weasel what's under the redaction. What is sucker burg emailing She about to get a narrative out there that got redacted and is a quote trade secret. I would assume for facebook. Was he talking about manipulating the algorithm in there. I don't know it's redacted. I'd like to see what's under that redaction chuck. Todd of course it's not interested. He continues to pump fao. She wind and i don't mean the wind coming of your mouth around the entire country. And i'm tired of the Victimhood republicans pounce on fatty. It's embarrassing it's not personal. The man is a public figure for the thousandth time. He is paid for by tax payer dollars. He clearly made dreadful. Decisions was clearly involved with people covering up the lab league story covering up the potential for a chinese bioweapon. He was involved in this network of people his role. It's still a little bit unclear. He's a public figure. He's open to scrutiny. Shock you weasel. Are you ever gonna ask a real question like hey what was underneath redaction. Are you curious. Was it a trade secret where you guys manipulating the algorithm. Did you agree to that to get people to scuttle the lab league story kind of an important story now. You're never gonna get any of that from the brian. Stelter 's chuck todd's joy reads of the world one hundred percent hoaxes all the time. Let me get to my second sponsor here on the other side of got some more. Got a super cut of the latest again. Anti-trump hysterical talking point the bunk. I don't know how many times trump is going to have to be proven right before media. People start losing their jobs. It's probably never going to happen. But it's at the point now where it's beyond embarrassment now. It's just we're in the app like this. If there was a scale of one to hundred a level of disgraceful of the media. I there's no more even like ninety nine point. We're at one hundred right now. It's at embarrassing. Today's show brought to you by brickhouse nutrition. We all know stress can have really terrible impact on your health. You know what i do. I've life's been a little stressful lately. You all work for a living to you. Got your own stress to deal with. I use fielder. Greens keeps me healthy and own. What is it. It's packed with really healthy. Usda organic fruits and vegetables ground up into a delicious tasting powder. It's not like some of those other cheapo. ucd's era greens. Greens that look on the back. It's extract even many of them aren't even real You know fruits and vegetables extract from there. This is healthy. Ground up fruits and vegetables. 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It is always an epic fail and they're never ever embarrassed because they're part of what i believe now to be a leftist you know global misinformation campaign by media people. Who are they doing that. Journalists thing again. You got to remember that for today's show hold on a second. Let me take note on that. Because sometimes they say stuff. I don't want to forget him. The radio show you remember journal journal journal list. It was an email group with a bunch of lefty reporters. And all that. Jim i know you listen to the radio show. You listened to the podcast life. Can you pull that article by journalist for the radio show later. Jim gets the cheetah. Here's the podcast. And the radio show. Giorno list was his group of lefty reporters. They would coordinate talking points amongst themselves. Don't tell me there's not a conspiracy because it's a scary word. They were doing it. Is it a fair question to ask. They still doing it. How is it that these. At trump hoaxes. I actually clark was terrible. Doesn't do anything well. We have evidence indicating it may have an effect so we cover that yesterday. The lab hypothesis. That's really stupid. Turns out it's probably true. How is it that all of these journalists all have the same talking points all the time. Well they had this internal email group where they were literally coordinating talking points and when the talking points failed is one part of the journalist. Email was ezra klein who was involved in it and all these lefty journalists are talking on email about about a talking point. They went out there. That's fake and one of them writes. Hey if all else fails just call them all racist everyone else here. I'm not kidding it's in there you can look it. Up and journalists was a big scandal at the time in conservative left. This media ignored it like it never happened. Are they still doing that. do they. Continue to all get these stories wrong all the same way. Here's a super cut. I wish forget. Who is this grabbing daily caller again daily caller bringing that bringing the heat these days. Remember this one number when trump out in front of the white house in front of saint. John's church which which left this. Blm terrorists in t- tried to burn to the ground right in front of the white house. Remember the bible the bible photo. Remember that what was the media narrative. It's not real. But what was the media story about that. The media story trump tear-gas peaceful protest. You mean the peaceful protest tried to burn the church down to beat the crap at a secret service. Yeah those peaceful protest this. They tear gassed them. He went out this tyrant. This fascist tear-gas he's peaceful burning down churches protesters and he moved them out. Only for a photo op. That was the only purpose to getting rid of them. Well because of media pressure because they're pravda propagandists. There was an inspector general investigation done. Well did trump clear out the front of the white house. Tear gas protesters just for a photo op. Well the media wanted you to believe is such check out this super cut here of media losers all of our favourite losers in the same cut. There are absolutely sure. Trump tear-gas innocent protest and listen to that. Absolute zero in the front jim acosta. Who's fallen off the face of the earth since he can't humiliate himself at press conferences anymore. Well he'll still continue to me but not with a republican charge. Check this out if the white house president and his team had to do it all over again. Would you have gassed and pummel protesters to clear the parks and the president could of a photo walk is on washington were peaceful protesters. We have to stress peaceful protesters out of the white house where teargassed and pushed away so it appears that the president could have a photo and just yesterday as alex notes. We saw protesters. Peaceful protesters pushed back. So the president trump could have that photo op in front of saint. John's episcopal church up next the president and his photo op. It turned out. They were trying to clear the area to president. Trump could get a photo opportunity outside of a church and outrageous growing after. Us park in secret service. Police fire tear gas and rubber bullets into a crowd of peaceful demonstrators near the white house. Clearing the way for the president's photo op and also while the president clutched to bible imposed for a photo op outside a church. His democratic opponent. Joe biden was inside that shirley carried away. Protesters using tear cleared away protesters using tear gas and rubber bullets. So that donald trump could walk across the street from the white house and stage a photo op in front. Of course i had to end with a dopey sandwich cost the and enjoy read at the end joy. Reid always the bronze medal winner in our dopey olympics. Just amazing how they were so convinced. This was true by the way thanks. Jim actually texted me during the show. The journalist article articles in politico. Here's a quote from it. I'll read radio. This is hilarious. He was a member of journalists. The guy by the name of john a judas that's a convenient him a senior editor at the new republic. He said participants in journalists. Get a chance to talk and argue. Here's a great. This is the money quote. This is a buddy quote from the so-called journalists. there's probably general agreement on the stupidity of today's gop journalists. They're only there for the facts. Bad the fact joe friday. Just the facts ma'am but we all agree as ups portfolio idiots. Hey you do you. I get it you have opinions. I'm an opinion guy. Don't don't ever insult me and call me a journalist. Ever we do facts and data here not journalism. That's fake that's fake fact. It's anti faxon anti data. That's okay you think the gop reads it is. It's fine it's okay. You think that you're allowed to have an opinion. We believe. I believe in the big our god given right to speech yours to you're allowed to say call me whatever you want. Call the gop. Whatever you want just please stop pretending you're doing journalism because you're not. You're doing dressed up opinion writing. That's what all of that. No one in that clip including kosta including the cost of the is a journalist and they should never claim to be journalists. They had an opinion that president trump was a fascist demi-god who tear gas the bunch of innocent people who tried to burn a church. And that was it. They had no facts to back any of that up at all but they said it anyway. Well we get the edgy report. I encourage you to read the story in my newsletter today bunch know dot com slash newsletter shelby. Talcott who's an actual journalist. June nine twenty twenty. One protesters were in forcibly cleared from lafayette park because of trump photo op new report determines. Again i'm losing track of the numbers. I asked jim to keep track of kind of an. I think we're up to six thousand hundred and forty seven. I'm not really sure how many of these lies were up. But it's really amazing. How liberal still. To this day i liked being tweets and yet trump was right on just about everything. Everything china the lab the tear gas story. Blm antifa the national guard hydroxy chloroquine. The list goes if you can think of anymore. Show throb be really. I spy gate the hoax collusion gate us right about all of it. The impeachment hoax all of it all of it. Stunning stunning stunning. Their apocryphal third sponsors. I want to go through this. And i don't want i wanna make sure i get this out. In one. st th the media misinformation machines folks they are and i always appreciate your patients. Our sponsors are great. They're here to talk to you and they keep the show free. So thank you very much means a lot to me. I live with chronic. Pain stinks but you know. 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Health dot com and our code bongino get twenty percent off and site-wide so it's sad that as you can see through the pravda media hydroxy win. They're hiding the lab league. They're covering for fau g through the chuck todd audio video. We just played chuck. Todd china call out marsha blackburn by proving her correct. And in fact you. I mean these people are like dunces then we could see also to another trump hoax. Punky teargassed every obviously false fake. The media have become misinformation machines. There's an excellent piece in reason by robby swabbing with sometimes disagree with but he does write informative and thought provoking pieces. That's important you know. We can't just do. The left wing. Media does and only put out there you know authors people that agree with us all the time we could be wrong it helps again opposing positions. Slavi this some decent work over reason. The article be my newsletter long piece. But a good one. It's called the media's lab leak debacle shows why banning misinformation is a terrible idea. How would a debate about kovic origins exposed the dangerous hubris. I'm gonna beat this horse to death. We know the media was obviously in cahoots with the chinese propagandist. Hide the lab hypothesis. We know that that's not news. Mean that's not why. I'm covering this piece. I'm covering it. Because embedded in the piece towards the end kind of the bottom third of it he makes it amazing point of one. You should really take to heart about how the media and the chinese communist party terrorists. Because that's what they are global terror through this. There's no question at this point. Global terrorists what they did with the corona none none at all but how the chinese propagandists and communists abuse the useful idiots in our media on the left and their love affair. We're calling people racist and identity politics to advance a communist propaganda agenda in the united states. And how when you think through the way they did. It was so counter intuitive. You're like gosh. Why didn't i think of that. Here's the point he makes. He's quoting here leanna when a professor of public health c. n. Cnn medical analysts who almost comically wrong on everything. These days i mean she says stuff. That's just ridiculous. Here's a quote when she appeared on cnn. She's talking about eight by other major. Asian americans. Pacific islanders are increasingly concerned. That speculation over the lab week theory will increase anti-asian hate tweeted. Leanna win a professor of public health. Cnn medical analysts earlier this week quote as we embark on a full scientific investigation. We must take actions to prevent the next excavation of anti asian racism. Come back to me a second. I wanna go back to the second part of that. I should have cut into two separate pieces. But i did so. We're going to work with. So i don't know leanna win. But clearly it's in the interests of the chinese communist party to wave people off the lab hypothesis. Right everybody gets. That's not hard to figure out. China doesn't want the world to know they potentially created a bio weapon or at a minimum likely created a deadly corona virus. That killed millions of people. You probably don't want that out there. It was nature. Sure was bad soup. Whatever it was pangolin oatmeal bright. So what are they. The chinese propagandists snow the most destructive force in america from within right now is the american left that wants his country burning to the ground by getting people to hate each other based on race so the chinese communist are probably sitting around. How do we use media tools and others to wave people off the lab leak hypothesis by just s- claiming ridiculously that it's racist. They know the left. We'll do it because the left doesn't care about the united states they care about they care about chinese communists. I but swabi in the second part of this watching rumble. You've got the headaches a great point. How is the chinese lab. -ly racist the hypothesis. The chinese wanted out there. If anything that would have been the more quote zena phobic one quote from the suave. Ap's leanna win didn't explain. Why speculation about allegedly theory would increase education hate to a more appreciable degree than speculation about the wet market theory. This is a great point. The is counterintuitive. The league theory indicts a handful of individual scientists and the chinese government is the wet market theory could be used to indict broader asian cultural traditions. That have often been criticized in the west that my friends is an excellent point that the chinese communist themselves while using leftists obsessed with identity politics and calling everyone a racist actually got those leftist waved off a theory that could be used to indict chinese culture. They eat all this really nasty stuff and look. It caused that infection that killed millions of people. They waved them off that the identity politics obsess left. Wave them off that the wave them off the lab leaked onto that theory which could have potentially caused actual xenophobia for other to wave them off the lab leak theory which now they're like. Don't look at that. That could be racist. How how is that. You're talking about a couple of scientists communist party. How is that racist or an indictment of of china. It's an indictment of communists and lab workers that may have been involved the creation of a super virus yet. You want to fight the whole culture. That's what china wanted. They wanted liberals that you get it. They wanted to liberals to pump that. Here's chinese government. Let's tell them. Everyone in china each really gross stuff. Because they're so stupid therefore for of course because they're so dumb because they are literally that stupid. They've they've i mean you wanna talk about falling into a stupid trap. A vacuum of ignorance say lid. They can't even get their identity. Politics narratives correct all right. I got a lot more news to get to including this epoch. Times piece reminds me of a quote from the movie. Moneyball data second-last sponsor and a motive through and i also have requests for you. Thank you for something you did. I appreciate. i'm gonna put this clip up next last sponsor again. Always appreciate your patience there but we got a lot more content ahead helixsleep. It has a quiz takes us two minutes to complete matches your body type sleep preferences the perfect mattress for you. Why would you buy a mattress. Made for someone else with helix. You're getting a mattress. You know be perfect for the way you sleep. They have several different mattress models. To choose from soft medium firm mattresses mattresses good for cooling you down mattresses for plus size sleepers. I took the helix quiz. 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I should say precision matters. Article have the newsletter. If you care to read. It's about the growth in the podcasts business. I find it fascinating. Obviously in the podcast business. You're listening to me now on the show on a podcast being in talk radio to now having my radio show it's interesting to see from both sides the digital space and the talk radio space is an article by inside radio. It says as talk radio goes to a lot of change. Conservative podcast post subscriber gained while we are mentioned in the peace because we had a massive growth in subscribers to our podcast this month it made us number We were number two right. After ben shapiro who always He really kind of dominates the podcast charts the as a quality program himself in a ios appreciate his perspective and the others in the space. But we were a really strong follow-up silver medallists in that category. We had massive subscriber growth so a humble request. If you would mind. I hate all these asks on the show. Watch my fox news. I get it. It's so but i need you. You're my audience. And i do appreciate it. It means a lot to us please if you wouldn't mind today. Whatever platform you. Listen on for the podcasts. Spotify apple bongino dot com. Wherever you listen. I think amazon is a podcast thing. I'm not sure you choose wherever you choose to listen. I'd really appreciate it. If you clicked that subscribe button or follow me. It's all free of course but it's a subscribers that help us move up the charts these podcast things. They have charts everyday. People find us on those charts when you subscribe. We move up. So i really appreciate it. Thank you very much whatever platform. You're on spotify amazon apple. just click. That subscribe bud. Thank you all right. This is an important piece because it reminds me of any of you see the movie. Moneyball the brad pitt. Movie about billy bean. It's it's based on a true story movies. Not exactly accurate. I mean they give art how the manager of the as a rough shake in the movie art. How is a good manager. And i don't know. Billy being any obviously had some revolutionary ideas but the book is the book is very good too was recommended by a secret service. Friend of mine. Steve way before the movie was made. Because it's a book about thinking outside the box how we tend to lose the forest for the trees and business a lot. You know i read another. Was it how. I lost a million dollars a great book and the running thesis behind the whole book is. There's a thousand pass to success in business. Some people will tell you invest in gold. Some people say don't invest in gold. Some people say invest in stocks. Some people say don't invest in stocks invest in bonds. Some people say bitcoin. Some people say don't invest bitcoin. There's a thousand ways. People have gotten rich right some that contradict each other meeting. There must be multiple pathways to success. But i can tell you ladies and gentlemen. There is one path to failure. That is never knowing as kenny. Rogers said you got to lose win by voices terrible job. Probably sing it better. He's an actual musician. I'm not but they never know when a cost is some business. Athletes coaches general managers. They never they cannot see some cost meeting your investment in a stock in a player. It's done it's over the players failure. The stock keeps losing money. People can't get out. They keep saying tomorrow. We're going to turn it around tomorrow. He's going to get out of the slump. Tomorrow is attitudes get to change. The stock's gonna fix itself tomorrow. And you know what ladies and gentlemen it never does and should say never it rarely does. There's a million past the success but there's one path to failure take advice from kenny. Rogers know when to walk away. No one to run. So there's a line in the movie moneyball and again it's kind of loosely based on a true story about how this general manager came in and throughout the whole scouting model for baseball. And said we're gonna do this sabermetrics thing. Well i mean. He had mark mulder. Barry zito and tim hudson probably the one of the best one to three pitching rotations. Modern baseball history. He's a little exaggerated but we get it the point he says at one point. The brad pitt. Playing billy being the general manager surrounded by a bunch of scouts who want to use the old thinking inside the box model and invest in. What billy thinks is a sunk cost old school scouting and they're thinking about players and one of the old school scouts says the brad pitt. The billy bean character could play. Got a nice swing. He he's a good hitter and billy. Bean looks back and says he's a good hitter. Then why does he hit good and they all look like pretty good question you could. How does that apply to this segment here. Well if liberalism so wonderful then why is it a wonderful. Why is everybody fleeing legible liberalism. Show you got this. Is andrew cuomo. You got that sound clip begging people from new york not to flee you. Cue that up joe. Of course that is not andrew. Cuomo that is sir. whatever sir. Joey bag a donuts for braver. Ben dude that fleet favorite lines ever that is not injured but it could be andrew cuomo at the border of new york. The southern border because people are fleeing their state intro. So i ask you again if liberalism is so wonderful. Isn't it so wonderful. If he's a good hitter then why doesn't he hit good epoch times in the newsletter today scotts. Run it off the battle. It's the tax payers fleet blue states. Take twenty six point. eight billion. in gross income. To red states folks people are evacuating blue states in droves. Here's a screenshot. From the piece. By the way this is our data the irs data facts. You would think reporters would pick up on that but they're probably on journalists right now figuring out a way to massages these statistics to make them look like they're not what they say. Quote irs data tracking state state migration shows that blue states on that outflow of hundreds of thousands of tax payers who took nearly twenty seven billion taxable gross income with them to red states. Excuse me folks. this is not this is not a. How do i describe it in all around positive story. It's not why and it's proving the blue state models a failure in the red state model isn't fair enough but there's a major downside to this story folks. Excuse need a cough button. There's a major downside to the story. Not everybody coming. Down here to florida to georgia moving to arizona from california nevada and other states. Not everyone is conservative manufacturing. A lot of a lot of them are run. The santa's is not wrong. The governor of florida's spectacular. We have our own santa strikes against segment. He indicated that a lot of the people. Moving down here are conservatives. Matter of fact. I believe the majority. I know i live in florida. I talked to people come down here all the time but not all of them. I got a Received a attacks from my cousin desharnais up in new york and she said to me one of her friends told her who's a big lead. By the way. I moved out to florida. We're going to change things down here. So i have a request that i made it. I'm not kidding on this segment. Please do not come down here please. I got away from you. I've moved quite a bit. I think i've had like nineteen different apartments and houses. I don't know when i applied to the secret. Service had like three pages a home gotta give every place you live for your background. Rollover this thing every day you ever seen me look at. It annoys the heck. I mean. he's like a cable hold. I've moved to get away from liberals. Why do you need to follow me and others. Please don't come down here. It's a free country. I get it unlike you liberals. I'm not a pseudo fascist. I'm not looking to quell your speech. You move down here. You have the big our god given right to vote and speak out of course and you know real conservatives will defend that but why do you wanna be down here. Just don't come down. Why what you. Why do you wanna live near us all the time i really i don't get i set it on my talk. Show probably say it again. saturday night. Why do you want to leave. I don't understand you insult us. You call us homophobes trans-phobia racists xenophobes you make all this crap out by sajjan joke is the phobic fo- before is the folks you just put in this than by the end of any words and you apply at that you make it. That's all made up. We believe in god given rights for everyone. You don't you attack anyone who is. Why do you wanna live down here. Just don't come down here conservatives please take you your money your business you are. We open arms. I wish i could personally greeted with a hug at the border we need you and i have michael anton on my radio show today at the top of the second hour. Who wrote that piece about redrawing red lines around the country and exactly this. He'll be on my radio show later but why just stay where you are if you guys are good hitters than. Why don't you hit could go. Hit good up in new york and california. Stay away seriously. We don't want you down here. Believe me. I talked to elected officials all the time a lot. They have to represent you to where conservatives again. We're not tyrants like you guys but really. Why are you down here. you're ruining everything. You're like a forest fire. Just stay where you are ruining your own states. Some guy comment. Dan moves a lot. Yeah of course you get away from you people. Why do you keep following me. You say you hate us. It's what losers these concerns. Why do you keep moving your. Why do you live near losers. Why just stay away liberals. I can see him listening. I'm so offended. i don't care yes my intention is to offend you so you don't move down here. It's not an accident please. Don't come down here. All right moving on i tell going to spend too much time. I know but i'm really passionate. Stop ruining every day rooney road states. Right you were going to tell me that. Move on all right. Wall street journal story is important because rarely will you see a policy is destructive and counterproductive. Is this one from the biden administration. You know we spent decades building energy independence and an petroleum energy industry in the united states. So we didn't have to rely on foreign dictators in just how long the sky been in office. It's only june. I mean it's just a few months he's been in office and biden is single handedly destroying not only the economy the united states but our energy independence to this articles profound. Here's a screenshot. I thought they hated russia. Because what they say in this piece about how biden's decimating our energy industry and the contract they use here. If this doesn't ring your bell nothing well. I thought they hated russia collusion. pb hoax. I thought that was their thing. Here's a screenshot from this piece. Called america's energy gift to dictators from the wall street journal they talk about how biden stunningly wants to activate an assessed vladimir putin in the finalisation of the construction of a nord stream. Gas pipeline so vladimir putin can sell more petroleum products in energy while simultaneously cancelling pipeline project redes- putin's gloating that russia's nord stream two gas pipeline to journey germany will soon be finished as biden is refused to sanction russian companies. Running the project but biden didn't care about upsetting canada when he killed the keystone xl pipeline nor alaskans when he suspended the maurice's by monster curtail north american energy development while he stands by russia uses natural resources for strategic gain. What do you believe this is. i mean liberals. Are you getting this. How do you explain this. Your demi-god joe biden near golden calf is supposedly at war with the energy industry. But just here not in russia where he's actually assisting it. I thought you guys hated russia. You don't believe he's such frauds. You don't believe in it's such a joke. You don't believe in anything you say publicly. It's a disgrace right. Run out of time so we haven't done a hero with a day. This'll probably be our hero with the week. We'll see because we got another day left. The programming haven't done a hero of the day for a long time. But i've been asking a lot of you. Serious change showboats from like sarcasm to tears to laughter. All that stuff i asked you all to make your beds locally. Not make your beds in your bedroom. I using a line from jordan. Peterson's book twelve rules for life where he talks about. If you really want to change the world. you're gotta make your own bed. I massari but we do. Have to act locally. You vote means more locally. It's pure math. Therefore politicians have more responsive locally. And if we can't change our local environment our schools our local economies if we can't change that the hope for change in the nation's lost ladies and gentlemen people are making their beds every single day. We're going to celebrate them. Here is another hero the day possibly here or the week still got another day left. This is a schoolteacher. Believe in loudon county. Who's had about enough of the indoctrination of our kids. They tried to cut her mike off at the end the sound going dead and she keeps talking and she gets a huge round of applause for taking it to make in her bed and take it into this local school board. Check this out. Don't be afraid to speak out for your kids because they are voiceless and they and they rely on you you should be afraid of them rooting for socialism. By the time they get to middle school teachers they may seem that our careers have come to a dead end. But i'm here to remind you we don't work for the school board. We worked mold the next generation of well rounded american patriots. So don't give up because it is up to us students. You're on the front lines of these. Indoctrination camps challenged the staff when are presented with a ludicrous statement. And do not allow anybody to tell you that you cannot accomplish anything because of your skin color or to hate yourself because of your skin color student is up you to be the next generation of victims. Or victoria's and finally to the board. This isn't over and your policies or just as authored. Yeah that's right round of applause studio. Well done well done round of applause. Back there joe chime it into folks. This is ed. it's happening don't forfeit the country. I get it. People are upset the election against and twenty twenty. I get it. I get your upset. You are perfectly entitled to be upset. I have spoken about these stories. I've spoken about arizona spoken about pennsylvania. I will continue to what regardless of what happened there. It is not enough to walk away and quit. We cannot do that. Our kids our country our jobs our finances our churches. Our families are too important to leave that fight on the battlefield and walk off. It cannot happen there is no quid. We don't do quitting. You wanna do quitting time. This is not your show. We're gonna fix elections. Well hopefully going to get trump back in office. We're still going to recognize the shenanigans. Twenty twenty. We're still going to cover all of this but we have to operate on parallel tracks. The left has been engaged in a thirty front war on us for a very long time. We have to fight on all those fronts. We can't forfeit one of them and acting locally is the key to changing downstream and upstream politics. That's how you change the culture. Should we do this inflation article. All right i'm going to save it for tomorrow because it's gonna require have an article on inflation. I wanna cover. I know some of you love the economic summit. You don't but it's an important article discuss tomorrow. I wanna get into the winners and the losers maybe on the radio show today to because inflation is overheating dramatically in the united states. Right now and there are some winners from that. Believe it or not but just not. The winters probably. You're probably not one of them. There are a lot of losers to is a really serious economic crisis. Brewing in the united states right now could be big trouble. Portending huge trouble ahead. I'll talk about that tomorrow. Thanks again for all your support again. Please subscribe to my show. It makes a huge difference. Wherever you listen apple spotify amazon's i can't control these platforms. Run the show whatever it may be but please subscribe. It helps us a lot and be sure to set your dvr. The tenant governor mark robinson from north carolina on my talk. Show ten pm saturday night. Set your dvr. Now he is not a rising star. He's a superstar right now. I'm hoping people are considering him for vice presidential spot right now. Mark robinson lieutenant governor of north carolina gave one of the most amazing speeches. I've ever seen it'll be on the show. Gan unfiltered me. Dan bongino saturday ten pm eastern. Thanks a lot folks. See tomorrow dan bongino.

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The Big Bill Barr, Hunter Biden Coverup + All the Makings of a Digital Coup

The Charlie Kirk Show

34:16 min | 6 months ago

The Big Bill Barr, Hunter Biden Coverup + All the Makings of a Digital Coup

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Bill barr directly intervened to keep hunter biden probe secret before the election by warning against issuing subpoenas and asking prosecutors if their staff could be trusted. Says here bar sought to uphold existing department of justice policy against interfering in an election cautioned against any moves that could go public such as a subpoena came. Despite trump and republican lawmakers demanding hunter probe hunter biden revealed last week taxes were under investigation and democrats have accused bar of acting like quote. Trump's personal lawyer. This is from the daily mail so the first person that should be blamed here is the media you see when democrats are in charge. They use the leaking process to their advantage. If we actually had a media that was interested in finding out whether or not hunter biden was under investigation. This would have got leaked immediately now. Bill barr is just going to say well. I was following department of justice protocol. But here's the issue with that are side even the good ones. We actually follow a moral code that the other side disdains. The department of justice policy is officially not to leak or confirm investigations and bar follows it here. While recent evidence from predecessors is the exact opposite in both cases the decisions hurt our side. They played a win. Destroy us. we follow the rules. It's that simple and bill. Barr following the rules. The result of that he intervened in not intervening. He intervened in not allowing the public to know that the person who could become president of the united states and his son are under federal investigation for potential money laundering and not just tax issues. Let's go to cut. Fourteen of president. Trump defending bob muller and attacking. Bill barr on fox and friends play. cut fourteen. say what you want about. Robert muller when buzzfeed put out a phony article. I think it was but buzzfeed put out a phony article. Bob muller stepped out and he said that article is a phony and then there was ultimately proven. No collusion no no collusion. But bob muller stood up and he he interjected that. This article was false. Bill barr should have done the same thing and yet bill barr did not. Bill barr could have interjected after tony bobby. Alinsky went public and they could have confirmed that yes. Hundred biden is under federal investigation. Here's why this matters by not interfering. You interfere your inaction is actually action. Thirty six percent of biden voters have said they had no idea whatsoever. That joe biden had chinese influences or is under criminal investigation. Sixteen percent said they wouldn't have voted for joe biden. Let's pretend that as half right. Let's pretend just five percent of people wouldn't have voted for joe biden. If they would've known. Peter schweitzer was on life liberty and levin last night with a great one and he said it's a national tragedy how the media acted as gatekeepers of the hunter biden story. He's right and not just that the tech companies. They locked you out of your account if you dare talk about it the trillion dollar companies the conquerors of our time. They did not allow the new york post to have access to their twitter account because they were talking about this laptop now that the election is over all of a sudden. Now we can talk about it. Now it's all going to come to light. But as the electoral college meets right now and there are lots of pending litigation and things that can still happen including the united states. Senate not certifying. The electoral college results similar to eighteen. Seventy six where the house of representatives and the senate could not come to an agreement of who would become president now. We are in a circumstance where the person who is on pace to become president never actually had to run an election run. A campaign never had to come under criticism. Tough questions is the most artificial campaign. In american history the least transparent candidate in american history all of this coordinated attack and movement and activity made possible because of the unification of the hatred of donald trump and with it the country. Bill barr made a very big mistake. Here bill barr had a moral obligation to confirm that joe biden and his son particularly his son were under active criminal investigation. His unwillingness to do so in fact his refusal to do so resulted in an entire electorate voting on an incomplete picture voting only on trump hatred and not understanding that joe biden is actually materially financially and morally more corrupt than hillary clinton and bill clinton and in eighteen. John ratcliffe said he briefed members of the house and senate intelligence committees earlier this summer about the chinese communist party's strategy to black male lawmakers which includes hunter biden and joe biden play cut eighteen. You wrote a piece for the wall street journal and you say china is targeting members of congress with six times the frequency of russia and twelve times the frequency of iran. One is behind beijing's aggressive approach so they want laws and policies of the united states that are favorable to china. And what they're really trying to do is through blackmail through bribery through overt and covert influence trying to make sure that only laws that are favorable to china are pass. Have you been to capitol hill and have you briefed destroyed. Information to lawmakers are so troubled. By what i saw from the position as the director of national intelligence that i went and breathe both the house and senate intelligence committees on this information which they found surprising and troubling that's part of alerting members of congress to the threats that they're facing and the american people are facing in this broad campaign that china has to replace the united states as the world's superpower. When did you brief. Those two intelligence committees earlier this summer. So the real question is why didn't clap her. Speak out against this. When clapper was running the director of national intelligence. Why didn't clapper speak out and mentioned how people are bought and paid for by the chinese. Communist party is clapper paid for. I don't know clapper purchased. Well maybe because clapper was representing a government and a executive branch that was purchased was currently being blackmailed and extorted by the chinese communist party everything that the house committee on un-american activities tried to find this now right in front of us. Here's another way. Two thousand twenty s thrown us for a loop this christmas season. Look lots of my go-to gifts. Are non starters this year. I mean for example. How are you supposed to give concert tickets. There's no a. palooza. I can't give you tickets to go. See the chicago bulls because there's no one showing up and so what am i giving for christmas. Ray con wireless earbuds. I am giving people. Because they're the best with seamless bluetooth. Pairing and a comfortable noise isolating fit by the way. Mr producer is actually wearing them right now. He's wearing them and he's got the watch she's got the whole portfolio and he's doing a great job. The audio is amazing. Comparable to what you got from other premium brands except rate concert at half the price who can beat the best of all these are people that you give the gifts they use them for calls or music or if they don't wanna hear you anymore because you're making too much sense politically. They can tune out and they can listen to the charlie kirk show as well with console. Look by recon dot com slash kirk. They're being very generous. This christmas season. So they're offering my listeners. Fifteen percent off by recon dot com slash kirk by con dot com slash kirk. I want to go to cut seventeen. This is your media everybody cnn. Brian stelter downplaying. The seriousness of the hunter biden investigation. Let's go to cut seventeen. We watched every hour on thursday and friday and more than fifty percent of the hours. More than half. The hours on fox began or letter started with us hunter. Hundred hundred hundred hundred one hundred hundred hundred bounty hunter under one hundred hundred. That's enough you get it. The lead story was hunter. To- biden's son the lead of course means they think the most important story was hunter by they let every hour with more times than not and so essentially. Brian stelter trying to say that this hurts their credibility. I never knew. Brian stelter was interested in the credibility of anything. Brian stelter shows a joke. The fact that still continues is quite magnificent. Actually there must be something missing. This is one of the greatest disinformation scandals in american history. That an american electorate had no idea that a candidate's family was was involved and was possibly intricately. Not just aware. But behind selling our country outs to the chinese communist party the ukrainians internationally most america thought Joe biden whatever. He's kind of lose in it but at least he's not trump little today. No he is a subcontractor for the chinese communist party. No different if she's ping ran for president or joe biden no different. Sydney powell is out saying that president trump now has enough to trigger the executive order from two thousand eighteen and can appoint a special prosecutor and impound. Voting machines play cut ten or given the level of foreign interference. We can demonstrate and the the countryish has evidence of and our filings of foreign interference in the election. It's more than sufficient to trigger the president's executive order from twenty eighteen. I think under the emergency powers he could even appoint a special prosecutor to look into this. Which is exactly what needs to happen. Every machine every voting machine in the country should be impounded right now. There's frankly more than enough criminal probable cause to justify that. What if i told you that there was a moment in american history where someone was very worried about communist infiltration into the state department a presidential administration voice of america and the united states army. What if i told you there used to be a an appetite to see if our government has been compromised. We know our government has been compromised. We know this. This used to be called the senate committee on un-american activities led by joe mccarthy joe mccarthy and mccarthyism is used as a smear tactic now to try to get people to stop talking about how the communists are infiltrating our country. Almost everything the joe mccarthy warned about has now come to light and with sydney palace talking about as a two thousand eighteen executive order against four interference in the election. But i have to tell you this that the lack of outrage interest and focus from the american people and how we have been purchased by the motivated authoritarian and evil. Chinese is not good. Most americans are medicated pseudo. Mechanical and mechanized and miserable mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation so in two thousand and eighteen president trump signed an executive order on foreign interference in our election. Giving him expanded power and authority to be able to impose certain sanctions in the event of interference in the united states election. This was signed in response to many accusations at the president was not taking foreign interference in the election serious enough by the thorny vested in the president by the constitution it signs an executive order and it goes on to say basically that he could take dramatic action That can hold foreign actors accountable in united states election now. This is the most foreign interfered election that we've ever seen differently interfered than how the democrats would like. It's not foreign interfered. In the sense that russia and the kremlin came in and tried to help donald trump as much as the pro. Chinese party would like us to believe which is the democrat party where they literally sleep with chinese spies are driven around by the ccp and take billions of dollars of contributions over decades of companies that are linked to the chinese communist party but instead we have been born interfered by the candidate that was running for the democrat party. The candidate running for the democrat. Nomination is a chinese agent. He could be called the chinese spy. Allegedly there is no difference between joe biden's worldview and that of fang thing or is usually pink. The only difference is how they get their joe. Biden has said favorable things about china. Joe biden has written extensively about china. And we already know that. Hunter biden has benefited financially from relationships with the chinese communist party. And so many of you are emailing us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com will. Why isn't somebody doing something about this. So that's what the department of justice should have been doing. And if the american people had all the available evidence about the candidates in front of them then they would have been able to make an informed decision for example. How is it fair that everyone in america has been able to read the most financially politically and personally exhaustive report in american history towards the present the mullahs report. We knew we now know about the president's financial dealings we know that he is not been corrupted by russia so the president had to be investigated for political reasons and nothing was found. The joe biden the former vice president of the united states who served twice as long as president trump and oversaw the chinese portfolio. He is untouchable. According to bill barr. We can't announce that his son and the big man are in potential financial relationships with each other and now new emails have come out that corroborates and show that hunter biden called his father his business partner now. One part of the united states constitution that was used frequently to try and attack president. Donald trump unsuccessfully leap and on very shaky footing is something called the emoluments clause. The foreign emoluments clause. It's an article. One section nine clause eight of the constitution says no title of nobility shall be granted by the united states and no person holding any office or profit or trust under them shall without the consent of congress except of any present o'malley emoluments office or title of any kind whatever from any king prince or foreign state so they're trying to use this as a way to attack president trump because he had four national staying at his hotel. That's a pretty ridiculous accusation. However why don't we now use all iraqis rules and use the enemies own book of rules against them. If they were willing to remove president trump based on the emoluments clause of being corrupted through foreign powers. Why is it. Then that they wouldn't want. Joe biden removed from president as he and his family have done extensive business dealings and getting money that is completely undeserving. Why is it that hunter biden was able to receive massive sums of money from the chinese communist party. Why is it joe. Biden has was able to receive via his son being called the big man. Just absolutely incomprehensible sums of money. Because of this joe biden should be disallowed from being sworn in as president of the united states. Ten percent for the big man we have been told we have pictures of joe biden wining and dining was usually ping talking about how china's ride rise is a good thing for america. Everything that they accuse. Donald trump of when it came to collusion. They themselves have actually done with the chinese communist party which should allow president donald trump to use the two thousand eighteen executive order that was signed into law as he swore an oath to defend the constitution against enemies foreign and domestic to be able to find these voting machines. We have now found a michigan. Judge has said that records must be massively deleted election observers have been obstructed and vote dumps happen of course in the middle of the night but all of that is now being thrown out and the news out of michigan is also a forensic report from the allied security operations group which i just check them out on a surface level they look very credible. They have sixty plus years of offering security services. They are hired to investigate. And and check out systems or certain technology intellectual property. They're hired by courts they're hired by prosecutors as a third party so they were hired to look into michigan. The allied security operations group looked into dominion voting systems and the report says quote the allowable election error rate established by the federal election commission guidelines is of one in two hundred and fifty thousand ballots. They observed an error rate of sixty eight point. Zero five percent with dominion voting systems. It's findings focus on antrim county which saw its election results. Click and flipped thousands of votes for president trump to joe biden it in addition the apologists and the defenders. Say that no. This was a human error but this now goes to show. It was a computer error. How many other votes were shifted and switched across the country away from donald trump. how many votes. Donald trump actually get a forensic report from the allied security operations. Group says that it was intentionally purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence. Election results is a third party testimony. This leads to voter or election fraud. You read the allied security group that has a eighteen page report says the event the election event designer log shows that dominion image cast precinct. Cards were programmed with new ballot programming on the twenty third of october and then again after the election on the fifth of november. The system changes affects. How ballots are read and tabulated. Who was behind this. Who's actually playing games with our voting systems and our voting machines. This is a third party company that come in and has come in and said that the usb memory sticks were played with at the poll book and so much more it goes to show even that there were changes in the electron ick tabulation of machines but a proposed initiated ordinance to authorize votes was this electronic coup now allied universal services. I'm sure is going to come under massive scrutiny and allegations from the activist media. Because i'm sure that they tend to be more republican than not just in their leadership or whatever. I guarantee this is exactly what the left will do. That does not mean that. Their findings are invalidated. That does not mean that their findings are wrong. I encourage you to read this report from allied security. That was hired her to look into the michigan. Dominion voting systems published late last night. It my name is russell. James ram slam junior resident of dallas county texas. He has an mba from harvard and political science degree from duke. He has all the right credentials. He worked for nasa and mit among other organizations he served with technical government panels. He knows what he's talking about. This guy is not a conspiracy. Theorist i do want to put him on our program. I'd love to have him on our podcast. He argues that the vote changes in tabulations was upwards of sixty eight percent in just antrim county and this is an eighteen page. Detailed factual report piece by piece that at length goes through that dominion election management systems. He says this there is clear. Evidence of software generated movement of votes. The claims made on the office of the secretary of state. Website are false. This is russell. James ram slant who has an mba from harvard. Political science degree from duke worked for nasa and work for mit and the director of national intelligence report should be out this week as well. Why have these machines not been impounded. Why have they not been forensically reviewed by third party potential criminal auditors. Why is it that we are seeing a almost refusal by our law enforcement officers to do this very type of investigation. If you go through this report it basically shows our entire election system is a fraud is what this says. Now either russell. James ramsland is a schizophrenic. And he's making all this up or maybe and obviously more likely there's a lot of truth here and it goes through this eighteen page report. How dominion voting systems has been absolutely completely and totally corrupted from within with last minute changes he goes through the electronic protocol. He knows what he's talking about here. The software program. He says should be standard across the voting machines but the intentional difference in software. Programming is a design feature to alter election outcomes lot of explaining to do. I want to tell you guys about good rancher. Good ranchers began with the standard of bringing top quality. One hundred percent american boring raised harvested meat to families across america. This vision was instilled into them from their grandparents that owned community grocery stores and believed entrust charity and family values. 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Good ranchers dot com delivers your favourite meets right to your door perfect for grilling out or dinners at home. Go to good. Ranchers dot com to view all american beef and chicken packages. Use the promo code charlie to your free berkshire hickory. Honey smoked ham with your purchase. That's good ranchers dot com right now. Use the promo code. Charlie get the berkshire ham free for a limited time only good ranchers dot com promo code. Charlie there's so much news happening right now. And i actually at times. Enjoy getting into the cultural stuff. Obviously that's what we do at turning point. Usa every single day. And i think the cultural battles are sometimes more helpful to understand the direction that we're actually on and the direction that were that we need to course correct. We talked about the cleveland indians. Changing their names after a hundred and five years. And what if. I told you that when you go woke you go broke week thirteen. Nfl viewership crashes twenty nine percents season to date viewing down eight percents thanksgiving gave the nfl small ratings rebound but it did not last what this is from breitbart dot com one week after having their best ratings week of the year. The nfl face planted with fourteen point. Five million viewer average per week thirteen. That was twenty nine percent drop in viewership for the year. The league is averaging fifteen point. Two million viewers per week and eight percent drop to date last year. And it's down even a couple years after that. I wonder why that would be what it could. It be all the players that are kneeling during the national anthem. Could it be the over racialized ing of the national football league of these ridiculous commercials that continue to run. The election is over for you guys okay. It's no more reason to try to all of a sudden get people mad and overly excited about some alleged issue that you'll benefit politically from. We saw the nba. Have its worst year ever viewership major league baseball as well and we're in a very interesting kind of intersection. Who do you actually think is pushing this. of course. the chinese communist party is pushing for the chinese. Communist party loves when they see american weakness. The chinese communist party understands sun tzu sun. Suu of course wrote the art of war. I encourage every young person to become very well versed in the art of war. Let me ask you if this quote sounds like something. The chinese communist party does all warfare is based on deception. Sounds like the chinese communist party to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme. Excellence supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting like releasing an epidemiological pearl harbor in convincing. No country our fault. The good fighters of old. I put themselves beyond the possibility of defeat and then waited for an opportunity of defeating the enemy. And of course. The most famous quote of all that is employed by the chinese communist party. The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting. The chinese communist party. Thinks they can break our will through. Blm inc political correctness left wing social movements. The culture war that is raging in our country does nothing but benefits a chinese global takeover. And that intersex exactly. What the electronic warren in our voting systems and puts it all together. Thanks so much for listening everybody. You want to get involved with turning point. Usa go to teepee usa dot com. Email us your questions freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com and. Please consider supporting us at charlie kirk dot com slash support. Thanks so much everybody. God bless america. Talk to you soon.

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South Africa Tightens Virus Restrictions To Curb Second Wave

Newscast - Africa

01:04 min | 6 months ago

South Africa Tightens Virus Restrictions To Curb Second Wave

"Kill listening to the news at this hour on. Africa business radio. Joe biden was confirmed as the next. Us president on monday as the electoral college from allies his victory over trump. All about closing the door on the incumbants effort to overturn the result of the twenty twenty election trump announced that attorney general. Bill barr who contradicted the outgoing president's claims that eleven three election was marred by fraud would leave his post next week. Trump tweeted that their relationship has been a very good one making no mention of the urgent. A senior administration official also said bar resigned off. His own accord pushed out extraordinary convergence of events. I lied to the tensions. Underline trump's lame duck final weeks in office and that wasn't easy either stein when africa business radio. You can't continue to listen life online at. Www dot africa business radio dot com or via our mobile app. I am rachel. Chigin do thank you for listening.

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CAFE Insider 12/22: Special Counsel Kraken (with Joyce Vance)

Stay Tuned with Preet

16:41 min | 6 months ago

CAFE Insider 12/22: Special Counsel Kraken (with Joyce Vance)

"Hey folks this week. My friend and former united states attorney for the northern district of alabama. Joyce vance joined an milliman me on a new episode of cafe insider. We had plenty of news to discuss last week. President trump reportedly considered appointing special counsel to investigate election fraud and hundred biden's taxes on monday in his final press conferences. Attorney general. Bill barr said that he didn't think special counsels were necessary. Contradicting president trump. Meanwhile there are questions about the political independence of bars. Replacement jeff rosen. A longtime corporate lawyer and republican political appointee who has no prosecutorial experience and federal officials announced that the us government was targeted as part of a massive cyberattack allegedly orchestrated by russia. Joyce annan i discuss all this and more on the cafe insider podcast today. Were sharing a clip from the episode with listeners. Have stay tuned to hear our full conversation and access. All other cafe insider content. Try the membership free for two weeks. You can do that at cafe. Dot com slash insider. That's cafe dot com slash insider college students with valid dot. Edu email can head to cafe dot com slash student and sign up at a lower rate. Again that's cafe dot com slash student. We look forward to having you. As a part of the insider community crazy meeting reported on by multiple sources in in the oval office itself right attended by the united states. Sydney powell. His lawyer rudy giuliani various aids including the white house counsel pat baloney. And i think michael flynn who pardoned some time ago. And there's a discussion about whether or not martial law could be invoked and whether or not sydney powell should be made a special counsel over election election fraud and there are divisions according to the reports with most people citing against any powell including including rudy. Giuliani so this is my first question to the two of you is when there is a fight in an argument. Substantively between rudy giuliani. And sydney powell. Who should win that. I need to know whether this is a saturday. Night live setup or an actual real news story. Right was also there. I mean it's just unbelievable that this is the kind of legal advice that the president of the united states is taking. And i think at at some level it's laughable and it's funny but what it really is is pathetic that when the president doesn't get or doesn't like the advice that he gets from competent people he just replaces them with lawyers who were on the fringes. That's that's really who trump is and how he should be thought about and it's so telling that giuliani even this is a step too low for him right and he's been he's been a lawyer for the president and a loyal he's like no. That's that's a crazy idea. I should also point out that there are two things one is that it's very clear that the people in that room who did not agree with sydney powell and michael. Flynn basically saying you should declare martial law. You should seize the voting machines that those folks that people who who oppose these ideas they immediately went to the press as you say pre like this was reported in multiple in multiple news organizations and so it was clear that they were trying to put that sunlight and with the other piece. That really troubled me is that it was also reported that giuliani called the department of homeland security and talked with ken cuccinelli. Who's you know one of the senior leaders there to ask if d. h. s. could impound voting machines in cuccinelli rightly said no. Dhs isn't authorized to do it. But even the fact that the president has his outside lawyer calling senior executive in the department of homeland security. Say can you can you basically go take from states. Those voting machines is really really disturbing. And the weird thing to me. Is you have these people who i think have been somewhat bad actors in the past that includes can cinelli that includes the white house counsel patrick baloney that includes the general bill barr. Who have i think said and done things that we have criticized and have enabled the president in various ways and on this stuff on the eve of the president having to leave office. These are the guys who were saying. Yeah no that thing. That's a step too far. We're not seeing any machines. No martial law. I mean the. Let's talk about this for a second and talk about all of it together. We're recording this on tuesday morning december. Twenty second i believe bill bars last day is tomorrow and in the last two days he contradicted the president on a number of things including saying with respect to the hack that we'll talk about it was almost certainly done by the russians. He's not appointing a special counsel for hunter biden. He's not appointing a special counsel for election fraud. And there's no basis to seize these voting machines so on his way out he's doing and saying some of the right things. I think joyce. I saw you on television yesterday. Characterizing that an particular way but you know what is going on at the end of the term when people who were so enabling of the president in many ways are now putting their foot down at least with respect to the most recent wild requests you know. I have to jump in though and say. It's pretty weak sauce right. It's not like these. People are standing up defending democracy expressing outrage at the thought of trying to engage the military or or take you know voting machines into custody it sort of a very quiet. No very quiet. Push back against the president at a point in time where i think what americans need to hear from their leaders particularly from these folks around the president who know better that. This isn't normal that it's not acceptable that it's anesthetic to how our government works so the fact that bill barr sort of at the eleventh hour discovers that the world is round and says that is not all that impressive to me right. I mean it's. It's clear that there's no rationale for appointing a special talent. So when there's no conflict of interest with doj investigating and look pre. You and i were both around. The john. Edwards investigation started before the obama justice department came into place. There was a republican. Us attorney in north carolina who is running that investigation. He continued into the obama investigation and took that sort of bel faded em case which ultimately didn't result in a conviction but he carried it three to indictment and did and there's. There's just no reason here to talk about a special counsel so bill barr sang will not now. We're not there yet. Is is pretty weak sauce. Yeah it's sorta falls under the category of you get points for doing the right thing and this is definitely one of those examples. Where but it's also such a sign of where we are in our country that i think we all felt a little relief yesterday when bar set. And so you know again. Like i think joyce's right like there's no basis for a special counsel on election fraud. There's no basis for a special counsel on hunter biden right and so i agree with all that but i also i did feel a little relief yesterday and a little bit. Well at least bar is saying what we know is true but yet some people need to hear it. I think from him that the president is really gone so far beyond anything that's democratic and fair and and this other point i would just make is like i keep going back to the fact that people are saying. No but joyce's right. I think you're right that they're saying quietly but it's also like just the fact that the president is trying to do this and that people are pushing for this when again. There's no evidence of election fraud. Systemic election fraud to then go out and have a special counsel it just. It's really disturbing to me that we've come so far into such polarized universe that like this is the framing of the conversation. That bar has to actually go out and say no. I think it's no longer true. The trump is trying to create a narrative. I think he's trying to create a narrative about how election was stolen from him. But i think he's also trying to see if it's possible hope against hope to stay in office and there are crazy. People and i think we can call sydney powell along those lines. There are people who are gonna who are telling him you can take the election back and he's listening to them because he's hoping it may be true and it's a measure and i agree with everything you said joyce how it's week sauce but it's a measure i think of how crazy the newest requests and and steps are that these erstwhile allies of the president are saying no. I went down for a moment on one of the special counsel issues. Sydney powell quite what that means. Do we all agree that to be a special counsel with the powers and authorities and privileges that come with that job. Looks like bob. Muller had that is an appointment made by the attorney general pursuant to particular regulations. And if bill barr doesn't do it and he said he wouldn't and if the incoming acting attorney general. Jeff rosen than i guess. It's the case that the president could give someone he can give someone a title if you want any title. He wants and he chose to say you know three days from now. Will you read in the news. City pal has been appointed special counsel on election fraud but that appointment is made by the president himself you know. What does that mean. She wouldn't have grand jury authorities. She wouldn't have you know other compulsory process. She wouldn't have anything she would. Just be a figurehead right. So if you read about that in a few days should people be worried or not. It seems that she's more likely to become the white house. Counsel than anything else at this point although rose is sort of the wildcard here right. We don't really know what he's inclined to do. The reality though pre i mean there's not a lot of time left on this administration and so let's say trump who so respectful of the rules appoints her special counsel in some crazy way. I'm not sure that she has a lot of time to do anything particularly because there would be a lot of dragged from from the courts from people inside of justice may be from outside stakeholders so we may be close enough to the finish line that it's not dangerous. I mean it really. There really isn't a lot of time. Left mean this week. I think obviously as a holiday week and next week as well people can be working. But i think a lot of a lot sorta quiets for sort of a week and a half and then january first january fourth is the first monday back. Like it's really just a couple of weeks until biden will be sworn in. I do wonder about rosen though right because you know bar bill. Barr had suggested he come as the deputy. Aj he's a longtime civil lawyer. He doesn't have criminal prosecution experience You know he's done antitrust work. And so i wonder you know it's a really interesting moment. The president is going to put pressure on him. I think like nobody's business right. And so like bill. Barr says this shouldn't happen and he sort of setting the table. But now it's rosen table. And so i i am curious to see where he goes with it and what he does and whether or not he stands up to the president and i will confess guys i was like. Is it possible the president would fire him like it's impossible to be fired as a or told to step down with like three days left in the term like anything is possible so i guess the question is how how rosen. Plays it whether he's strong or whether he whether he caves and if he caves whether or not. He's able to turn the apparatus of the justice department to that effect. And i i really don't think he will be able to with the amount of time left with how the lawyers are. Doj know that there's another boss coming and we don't know who it will be yet. But but i feel like that does also change the way people in executive departments function. I think that's right. And and i remember when rosen was first nominated and the vibe inside of doj but also among alums was had he take a guy who never tried a criminal case who doesn't know anything about the criminal side of the operation and make him the dag and preda friend of ours who was still at justice. None but who's no longer there said to me will. He has really good managerial experience. Managing big organizations. And that's really all that. A dag needs so our friend was comfortable with his nomination on that basis to me. That seems to be an important skill for the dag. But not the reason you you choose someone for that job. They have to really understand. Pressure had a withstand pressure integrity and independence from the white house and other sorts of pressure. I agree with that. I think it feels to me. Like the dag former prosecutor in a sense. Because i think the most important thing you do is say no when. You're a boston to know when you push forward when you don't and i think it's just it's really hard if you practice civil all your whole career to then buffet spy to make those decisions with pressure from the white house with competing demands of law enforcement prosecutors. It's just it's really difficult. So bill barr decide to leave. Like twenty seven twenty eight days before the end of the term which is unusual. And and you've talked about this last week. The one thing we didn't discuss as a potential reason is that maybe bill barr unlike jeff sessions has some modicum of self respect. Such that you know. Why keep going to work when you're being yelled at by your boss publicly and humiliated and mocked and criticized. Do you think that has something to do with it. And dare we say it. Would you be more comfortable at this point. Given what bill barr saying with. Bill barr staying till the end. Versus jeff rosen. Well things always seem to get worse with trump right. I mean you think that. Oh jeff sessions is leaving. Doj maybe things will get better and then get her but that said this seems rosy and optimistic. And i think i'm ready for bill. Barr leaves the justice department. He's done enough damage to the institution that we love for one lifetime. Yeah i think there's probably a reason that wasn't what options last week. It didn't it. Didn't come to the top of either of our minds museum. Mix of things and one of them is if your mean. I remember saying this. I said this on stay tuned last week when jeff sessions was being criticized publicly. I asked one of the guests. I think he's been with us at the time. For how long would you continue to come to work. If you were treated like that publicly by your boss in both are andrews were no. I would not come back to work tomorrow. So i wonder if that was those part of what was during. I don't know you know the reason. I question that a little bit is that i think yes i think. Bill barr served the president. But i also think he has. He had his own agenda of you. Know the power of the presidency and his own of the world that he's executed day in and day out and i think he's felt like you know the power of i think he's wrong but he's felt you know strong level of conviction about what he thinks. The department of justice should be and how they should lawyer for the president. And so i don't know i just. I'm not so sure that that that's why he left. I would be more inclined to think it's because the president was really sabre-rattling about firing him and that he did not want to go out fired or that he decided he'd done everything he wanted to do. It could also be. Look i mean. I i will grant this pre like it could also be that the president said i want you to do a special counsel or i want you to do something and they just were at loggerheads over it and that's the moment where bar basically decided i'm going to fight this out for the next four weeks. Embar probably said i won't do that. Thing allowed sycophantic love letter masquerading as a resignation. Letter we We had some fun with last week. Talking about the other special counsel issue and enjoy. I take your point that there's not necessarily a conflict of interest at this moment but if the delaware you was attorney investigation thanks for listening to hear the full episode had to cafe dot com slash insider and try out the membership free for two weeks interested students with valid dot. Edu email can head to cafe dot com slash student to the many of you who have chosen to join the insider community. Thank you for supporting our work.

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Who Knew Ending Poverty Only Takes $1,400 Checks? | 3/9/21

The Glenn Beck Program

1:59:49 hr | 3 months ago

Who Knew Ending Poverty Only Takes $1,400 Checks? | 3/9/21

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Many people are not willing to actually tell you the truth. They're not willing to tell themselves the truth. And it's really really super easy when you have people out there with bad intent who take things i'm talking directly to media matters and george soros people that take things out of context and then send them everywhere to all of the media outlets and then those media outlets because they're not honest and they don't look at media matters and say anything but they're on our side they take those clips out of context. They take those clips and they make it into something that it isn't because you don't actually listen to the whole thing. It's not honest tucker. Carlson and i were torched by john oliver over the weekend. And i don't really care. But i want you to know the difference. I need you to be able to say here is the difference. Here's why we say that. We think that fascism is happening in america. We believe that if anyone who says my way or the highway is a fascist when it comes to dr seuss books. It is not fetishistic for the family to say. We're not gonna print this anymore. We want to change the. We want to change the The the drawings in this book. That's not fascistic however what happened after that is fascistic. Ebay won't allow you to buy the book now. We'll wait a minute. What amazon immediately pulled all the books now. Libraries are pulling the books. Schools are pulling the books that's fascistic when the family says we're not doing it. That's one thing but once you cross into a public library where i can get a copy of mein kampf but i can't get a copy of dr seuss. There's a problem you know. What is fascistic. Almost every story that is run on. Dr seuss does not show any of the offending pictures when you see the offending pictures. You're like okay. Yep that's kind of an outdated stereotype And nobody's defending that but when you read a story and it won't show you anything it won't actually let you decide that's fascistic. Everybody is jamming everything down. Everyone's throat and if you don't agree you should be canceled. Here's here's John oliver talking about tucker carlson tonight this sunday now. That testimony was pretty news but while some networks took the hearings live. Fox unsurprisingly barely covered in fact across conservative media. You'd hardly know the hearing. It happens because they were too busy with this. Dr seuss getting cancelled. The children's book publisher says it will stop releasing six of his book. The cancel culture going after dr. Seuss tonight dr seuss. Books are now too insensitive and even racist for this mob. They are banning. Dr seuss books. How much more do you need to see before. All of america wakes up and go. This is fascism on a ball. Because the books weren't banned. Dr seuss enterprises decided to stop printing six of them and accompany deciding which of its own books it will or won't print is an example of free enterprise no fascism as much sense to argue that banning unicycles. How much more do you need to see. Before america wakes up and says this is transcendental. Ism well the first thing isn't even true. Got no idea how you go from there to the second part well. Let me explain to you here. Here's how i explain it if someone was banning unicycles and end end and everybody went out and tried to buy them and unicycles went from five dollars. to Fifteen hundred dollars. You'd think There might be a market for it. There's a market for these books. People were standing in line to get these books before you couldn't get them anymore It's not just a private business making the decision. First of all he's right. The family made the decision. Then then the publisher said we're not going to publish it anymore. Okay private business. Let's get into that here in a second private business and a family Okay now let's go to the libraries that seems to be a government institution. How about ebay private business private business you know what's really interesting is how all of these private businesses are doing things that are against the constitution against freedom of speech freedom of thought freedom of assembly. All of these things freedom to petition own government. I have a right to petition my government and say hey what the hell is going on with corona virus. Why are you behaving this way instead. They don't like it and so all the private businesses are stifling us now. That's not a exactly fascism but let me explain how you got there. It's pretty easy. These huge corporations are now doing the bidding for the united states government. They are now is. Many of them are in bed with the government. Doing business with the government. I you're not from around these parts. John oliver but maybe you should read some some of our past presidents. maybe you could read the farewell address From eisenhower he explained all of this. It's called a public private partnership in many cases. And while we don't have hitler we Didn't have hitler. When trump was in charge in fact when chump trump was in charge he talked too good game but he didn't do the things that are being done right now. Stu stew has a list of all of the things that that cuomo has done. Cuomo is the fascist that they said hitler was going to do everything they said. I'm sorry that trump was. They said everything that trump was going to do. Cuomo has done. But you guys don't care because you're not honest by the way The thing that you said that none of us were covering it was like it never happened I covered it several times that day. But you didn't care to look you just made a blanket statement that i didn't cover it. I did cover it but it would require work from you. Oh no this is a warning sign. You don't just wake up in a fascistic government. You just wake up one day go. Whoa we were free. yesterday. It's baby steps and i have no problem with the family saying we're not gonna do it. They own the rights so they can do that. Why can't i sell my book on ebay by. Can i do that. It's a again on ebay. I could sell mine comf- but not dr seuss. That's weird and how they all get together and they all walk in lockstep and if you disagree with him your motte. Your ridiculed you're isolated. You guys should build gulag. Don't you think lemme I don't i don't mean to be insulting. Yes i do but let me dumb it down for john oliver down in the bowels of the hbo lot where the truth goes to die a slow death and then wrought where the woke may talk freely and others may not. There sat in a green room upon his. We caught a pundit who dreaded whole social injustice whose hair was cropped close. Like caesar augustus. Why bother reporting things as they were said when you can simply clip them and play them instead why bother with fairness why trouble your head. You'll sleep just the same late at night in your bed and two that all of her fellow from britain who with clips missing all of their context is smitten. Who likes to dissect. What i've said and what i've written who must chew on the great big old bite that he his bitten icee with no malice for nuns to be trucked. Though my words you've cut short and my good name you've mocked and the system of good journalism you've balked my advice to you is go out and get yourself ablaze subscription so you can access to everything that i might have said and maybe you won't get it wrong next time. Yes you will. 'cause you're not actually looking for truth a it's andrew quote by an you know what really grinds my guess the ladies. Hey bob hey no fool inside. It's these cybercriminals in their wacky apex. Come along steal your tax dollars that give you back to make you think you've got a leg up and then bam some cyber cybercriminals comes along and forges tex document by in your name ain't steals your return. Is there no shame anymore. I mean what's next in the cover ups. These guys are the masters of cover-ups and they live in mom's basement always stuck in my mom my dad and none of them even if they get caught hay day. Let free to do it again. I gotta get somebody's wiseguys working for me. You know what. I'm saying. It's important to understand how cybercrime and identity theft are affecting our lives. Lifelock works with you to assure your peace of mind and protect what's yours. No one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses. But lifelock is. They're seeing the things that you might miss on your own. Join now and save up to twenty five percent of your first year at lifelock dot com. Use the promo code beck. Call one eight hundred lifelock one. Eight hundred lifelock or lifelock dot com promo code beck. Save twenty five percent ten seconds station. Id for so. Here's here's the subtle. Fascism if you will you know the book up from slavery have you ever read it booker. T. washington gave up from slavery. Is the true story of his life. The true story of his life. I have a copy. I've several copies that are from the first printing and then i have several copies from about fifteen years ago when they started putting in right underneath the copyright. We're not sure if this is a true work or if parts of it are fiction. No one knows for sure if he really was a slave. Wait wait wait wait. Everyone was sure he was sure everyone was sure of that now. No i shouldn't say now. Then they questioned it. You know two thousand eight two thousand ten. Here's the cover page. Copyright two thousand fifteen up from slavery no part of this may be reproduced or transplant. Any form without written permission from the publisher blah blah blah. If you're reading this book or even not purchased it on your own The book has been pirated. Please delete and support the author by purchasing e-book blah blah blah. This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to any person living or dead any place events or occurrences are purely coincidental. The characters and storylines are created from the author's imagination or are used fictitiously end quote. That's up from slavery by booker. T. washington when did we all decide that. This was a work of fiction. When did we decide that. Booker. t. washington who actually wrote up from slavery a story about his life. When did we right. When did we figure out somehow or another that he didn't exist. He was just making this up. He was a figment of his imagination. We are a reimagining our history the modern library today list of the top one hundred best nonfiction books in nineteen ninety eight. The number three book on that list was up from slavery washington no. It's a book of fiction. No it's one hundred best nonfiction was number three on the racist past. I suppose i don't tell me. Tell me that this is not fascism. Tell me that this is not a coordinated effort to change our history and change what we know and do it by force. No that's just a private company doing that. Oh okay okay so just a private company is just erasing a man. I got this email in like to share with going on in illinois. Schools diversity is all the rage. Which of course i am fine with however i'm getting very concerned my this is from a teacher. My assistant principal came into me. This past thursday asking about books that support. Lgbtq groups. I do have some books in our library about sexual but the focus is their contribution to the world not their sexual orientation. But that's not good enough. She said she's gonna give me a list of some other books. She wants in the library. I'm frightened that she were request. The gender fluidity books and transgender books. That i don't think i can legally refuse to put in our library. It breaks my heart to see the lies that we are feeding our children. Furthermore we are celebrating. Read across america with dr seuss. One of our fifth grade teachers felt it was important that she shared with the teachers. An article on how dr seuss's racist we are reading the snatches. We're reading it school wide to thinking this is a wonderful example of equality and accepting people's differences but this article claims that because the story ends with the five or with the star bellied stitches and the plane belly speeches simply shaking hands accepting their differences in living in peace. It is racist it. Is you just said the you gave the key word. You said quote. I was thinking that this was a wonderful example of equality. Yes it is that's not equity. It is racist now. If you're for it you must be four equity. According to the article the story does nothing to encourage change within the power structures and therefore it is racist. The only way to defeat darkness is by shining light on the truth. I was grateful to attend mercury ones teacher conference. I'd like you to consider me again for the next summer. Please i apologize for the long email but things are changing so quickly now in our illinois schools. Do you have any advice on how i can handle these kinds of requests for me to put in the in the library and take out of the library. Do i have any legal rights for the library. We're going to answer that next glenn beck program. If you're one of those people live with pain let me ask you a question. What would you give to be out of it. Most of our pain comes from the inflammation in the joints in throughout the body. And i don't have to tell you that the human body can put up with a lot of inflammation and then it just breaks. 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Yeah i i see that You're perpetuating the myth that booker t. washington exists. This is crazy. What's next are you going to say that. Helen keller really existed. Please tell me. that's not. That is something. Oh my god. Oh yeah helen. keller didn't exist. Hang on hang on if you just joined us. The on the copyright page of the new printing of up from slavery by booker t. washington which is his story written by him a few years ago it said off A scholars aren't quite sure. If this is a work of fiction or not were not sure. He actually lived in In slavery now it says it is a book of fiction and all characters have no likeness not to anyone who actually lived real grazie unreal. But you're also protecting the helen. Keller man thysie please. You got a deaf blind person who can't speak that wrote twelve books okay. Whatever and fluent airplane by the way for time. I'm sorry and she was a motivational speaker. Okay what else did achieve fly to. Could she fly. I think she probably could upset. She had an airplane. Of course you could. Well flu without yes. She did fly an airplane. But i think she could fly without. So are they saying that she didn't exist or that she couldn't do any of the. There's a gen z thing going on now on tiktok that she just didn't exist and people are really animated about it really pissed off about it because i think because look i can't accomplish anything but participation trophies and this woman who had all these disabilities did all these great things no. I'm sorry i can't accept that. I think that's how it kind of started. Because they think people are. I think they're put to shame by what she did. And i'm not even a fan of helen zan user communist by well. She said amazing things right. She was like you know nobody can do it by themselves. And everything we learn about. Helen keller was that she was this this real individualists that would just would not be stopped and in some ways that's true but as she accomplished everything she said basically. No one else could accomplish this. Yeah i mean it's the same thing that's going on now. You know people who are at the top of the food chain are saying. Yeah but you'll never be able to do that. You'll need me. Sorta slamming the door behind him. Exactly right exactly right but she did exist. I guess she have a friend who owns a lot of her writings in her own hand right. I can't believe it. I am calling because he he will be really awesome stuff. See you're right. We have a set of bibles that the blind use to us in the eighteen hundred. Mah blind four. Yes they were before. Braille braille pat before brown. Wow what an incredible me blindness in the definition of change. Sarah call caesar have him call lamb one get one of those bibles over here. Caesar person back to even the worst we are. We're actually in that time period. Now we're in that time period. Yes louis greasy by the way tonight on television. Sorry tomorrow night. On television the wednesday night special is all about this kind of crazy stuff and how these things didn't happen they didn't exist. And and our founders. I mean we're gonna get to a point where our founders didn't even exist. Juno that the new curriculum. I think it's for minnesota. For the united states of america it starts sixteen nineteen and then it skips over the pilgrims and then it skips over the founding of america. It skips over the civil war. It skips over the all of the inventions here in america and then it skips over world war one world war two and it picks up with the atomic bomb. We go sixteen nineteen to the atomic bomb. Yeah there's no mention of holocaust nothing. None of that stuff is in there. Wow yeah it's not relevant. It's old dusty stuff. It's not relevant. It was just a time of racism and then so the so the british came on shore in sixteen nineteen. They had slaves They the atomic bomb and blew up the japanese. Wow that's kinda hard to reason. No apparent that's right like eventually bombing hero chaba. There's no re. there's no snow. Thank i said. Well we're racist. We were racist and sixteen nineteen. Racism continued until we finally got a bomb and then we really took racism out on people. And there's no racism in the pacific theater whatsoever and older not with the ross even a pacific theater. We just bombed that nowhere. There have a theater wind or too busy fighting war. Hey let's put her guns down. Let's go to the theater doesn't even make sense. It doesn't it doesn't by the tomorrow night at nine o'clock only on blaze. Tv we're going to be giving you some history and we're gonna show you how to fight it because you need to fight it and schoolteachers if you are not on the front line you're going to be part of the problem because if you're if you're just like i'm just i don't want to say anything. I understand that. I really do but think of the children. Think of the damage that is going to be done on the children. If you don't speak up right now by the way juicy rush limbaugh's dietrich it no you on his death certificate the coroner wrote for occupation. What do you think they wrote for. Occupation radio host Best broadcaster ever Guessing those are not correct. I guess it's completely greatest radio host of all time on that great. I like that. It's hard to disagree with that one. Well they'll find a way to do it I think they'll find a way to do it. I thought they were going to put that on his tombstone to are they do. Do you know about that. Have you heard of the. They're gonna don't time man who i mean you you. There's other people that would be in that conversation. Obviously but it's it's see changed the entire thing me change one of the band's and he saved an entire banned of broadcast. You would have to go again. I talked about this with the the reno. The mount rushmore of radio. Yeah you'd go orson welles who was a host a radio host. You'd go maybe bob hope or milton berle yet long. Harvey hymie radio. Yeah yeah i mean in. The car definitely belongs there. Yeah but in the in the modern era it's only paul harvey and rush limbaugh. But let me let me give you one other hosts you might want to compare maybe put on that On that rushmore here. Let's let's all sausages desserts really yummy cut with a spoon style forks. You'll now have you ever heard of stealth for fat pork. Yeah yeah spark would be. Yeah whatever calls style four. But i wanna make sure we get all the radio hall of fame people and thank you for saying. I always here to help you. Just try to get the sport. That's all i was doing. You can call them sports but we have a lot of immigrants in this country and they're like what is this. It's a slew style fork. I'm just trying to welcome all of those new colors on our border. It's your claim omaha steaks with a sports within cam. I'd like to see that tender. They are grabbing spoon styles for support sport so Thank you pat. Pat gray unleashed available. Wherever you get your podcast mature subscribe. I wanna talk to you a little bit about bill barr. Stu is yelling at me a little while ago. Because i was like you know. They're so good. Yeah let me tell you about all the health. Statistics of the bill barr are trying to sell bill bars or turn people off their low calorie. Low sugar high protein high fiber right but the thing is there they taste great and everyone loves. That's all right but you have to be able to say. I mean i could tell you know advertise candy bars. And that's not who their target is. No we re lead with a good taste and then he kind of i don't mean to you know. Explain this to a radio hall of fame member. I can you cut a bill. Barr with a spoon style fork. That's what i wanna know. Possible mill bar is really delicious. I never ate it because my wife lead with. It's really you know it's really healthy. It's good for you. It's a protein bar. That's the one that got me. Have you eaten protein bars. yes i have. And they're good. no. They're not. So i don't trust you at all. Then i eight one. They're delicious really good. They're like candy bars but they're healthy. It's built bar dot com. Use the promo code beck at twenty percent off your next order. It's built barred dot com cut with a spoon style. Four key romo code back. Welcome to the glenn beck program. So i just got this from the vault and i want you to look at it. This is asked the one of the big thick books. One of the big fake books that don't exist it is It is actually a a bible This is just one not even a whole book of the bible. There's like five or six of our just for genesis. Oh my gosh okay. This is pre braille. Now tell me. Can you read it using years and six months in jerusalem. Yeah you to read it thirty years. What they did is they actually pushed the letters o. Through the paper so you could put your hand and you could trace try to do it. Close your eyes and try to do it. I mean there's i would say never right but somehow or another people like helen. Keller did it. Oh my gosh this is. This is incredible. I can't even imagine how long this must've taken a due to learn to learn. But i mean even to make the book i mean. So it's it's an amazing p so when you know. Helen keller didn't exist or helen keller. she couldn't have done all those things. I just invite anyone to put your hand on this this book and try to read it yourself. You know what all the letters are. It's not like you're eating you know Bumps of dots of of braille. You know at the letters are you can read it with your eyes. Yeah you can read it with your eyes and there's absolutely no chance i would have to read it. I finger no way. I'm just like crazy. Even when i what the word is that. I try to like standard. I still can't pick it up. No that's incredible. Yeah he's so. Don't tell me that she didn't exist by the way. The real problem at the border the media and democrats are starting to say that there is a problem in fact. One of them is henry quasar. He is the Congressman democratic congressman from texas. He says. I don't care if it's a challenge or a crisis we can play into words but let's look at the numbers. Since august of last year the numbers have been increasing especially in october november and december. We were hitting seventy thousand in january. Weighed seventy eight and this is again. This is with the trump administration now moving into the biden. He said i don't care what we call it. But i can tell you the this those numbers of people being released. They are withholding that information. They've been told not to withhold the information. I now know that they are bringing people from callan over to laredo processing them in laredo. And they're releasing them in my community and it's gotten worse another democrat said. I don't think quite frankly. The blind administration is aware of what's happening on the ground. Yes they are yes they are. They know here is Sake who sucks as she gave the press conference Yesterday about the kids in cages. Listen to this order said that they discuss capacity for unaccompanied children. Will they be making recommendations of israel a need for more capacity. Well we'll we know. Just purely by the number steve that there is going to be a need right because we have a large number of kids unaccompanied children who are coming across the border. We've made a policy decision as an administration that The humane and moral approach is to keep these kids safe and get them into facilities. That are safe also keeping them keeping them in some sort of a sale or a cage or a box. I don't care what you call it. Your keeping them against the will against their will. That's humane now. Are you saying the lions at the zoo or not safe. They're very safe. They're just inside a cage. That is an interesting Remix of of history museum. Now they've made. This is about safety when trump was doing it was all about hatred and there was just because they applied this. This idea that donald trump was doing this for racist reasons. They made that decision on their own applied to him is it is it for safety. Is it for humanitarian reasons. You're separating children from their parents you are have this the they're talking though in that clip about unaccompanied right. I know because you've made this a big open party and you've said if your kids get over here then you can. They can bring the family here. So families are giving their kids to drug lords giving them the two mules. They're putting him on donkey giving their kids to mules and the mules. God only knows what happens and coyotes right. All these animals different various animals. They're giving them to. Yeah i mean because the because the idea here is they're like oh well. The trump administration took the parent and child and separated them in the united states where the wonderful biden administration is making incentives so that they separate before they crossed the border and then that should solve the issue and the drug dealers are doing the separating their only having to pay six thousand dollars to the drug lords to have their kids snuck across the border. That's the humane thing to do is wrong with america. What is wrong with people. I think it's because people don't know what's really going on. Have a very calm and happy conversation with somebody like that city program. Hello america and welcome to the glenn beck program. The guy who can't remember who runs the pentagon can't remember. His name has solved poverty. We'll get to that. In sixty seconds program major milestones are always a cause for celebration right now. Blinds dot com is giving you a great reason to celebrate your home with up to forty percent off everything. It's a toast to their twenty fifth anniversary. Blinds dot com. Makes it really a piece of cake. In to order online free shipping guaranteed perfect. Fit for your windows whether do yourself or have them handle the installation from start to finish. You can't go wrong. Blinds dot com. It was an internet company founded in a garage back in nineteen ninety. Six they were they were interior designers and this family has been in wife. 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Make your house feel even more put together with up to forty percent off everything blinds shades interior shutters and even outdoor shades rules and restrictions may apply cheers blinds dot com to another twenty five years. Blinds dot com. So stu who knew that it was going to be so easy to solve poverty. I mean i had no idea we had to do is write a fourteen hundred dollar check to some people some people. Yes yeah. it's it's amazing to all you need is a one point nine trillion dollars. Almost all of it not going to the subject at hand. How dare you say and how dare you say. What did you just say. I said almost all of it going to not going to listen to this generation. Listen to this exaggerate. I happen to have the politifact article right here and you know that. Politifact is a staunch conservative article. Oh hugely conservative. I'm a little worried. They're going to be biased. Here against considered thank you for conservatives. Right president biden's one point nine. Trillion dollar. american rescue plan will soon become law. Total spending directly on cove in nineteen health impact ranges from one set of numbers to another set of numbers. While of that's almost always the case with every fact. Well i'm just saying if a nine percent of binz american rescue bland does not directly go to covid nineteen nine percents. Ninety one percent goes to covid nineteen. I don't think that's accurate. I'm gonna go with no well. I i have it right here in black and white. There's a nine right there is. They're not and what's followed by that nine. I can't things see. But i do see a nine nine and nothing right after that and then the percent sign nine zero nothing and percent nine percent. This is incredible by the way ninety. Goes to non covid related items. This is a covid recovery program right and they are to. You know really help people out. So you've got one hundred million dollars. I'm sorry one hundred billion dollars to one hundred and sixty billion dollars. That's eight point. Five percent of the bills one point nine trillion dollar cost politifact is reporting fourteen. To twenty billion dollars goes to the vaccine distribution in vaccine related efforts that's a percentage of about one to two percent. The rest goes to partisan priorities for exam. This is politifact by the way for example. At least three hundred fifty billion billion goes to bailing out state and local governments despite most not actually experiencing predicted covid nineteen tax revenue shortfalls. That means biden's bill spends more than twice as much lining the pockets of bankrupt blue states than it does actually addressing public health. Legislators included a completely unrelated eighty six billion dollar bailout for union pension plans and the bill wars one hundred and twenty eight billion into public education. Now public education okay. Let's fix the schools to make sure that air coves they asked for twenty five billion dollars. They got eighty six. No sorry one. Hundred and twenty eight billion dollars never happens to me in my negotiations. I never asked for twenty of something and they give me one hundred twenty of it. I mean that's crazy. Another one of the big ticket items is this the you'd mentioned it the the Three hundred plus billion dollars for the state and local governments direct. And like you could say let. Let's step back from from where we for second you could say all right well look at the state and local governments are getting less money because of the covid situation. People are out of work. So maybe that's a rationally tie to the covid Situation there's a way to get your brain to that until you learn that the tax revenues aren't down correct so there's they're replenishing money that they actually already got The tax revenues had fallen by fifty percent. How these governor government's gonna run themselves okay. You could at least make a tie. Their right to say maybe instead they actually didn't have a fall in revenue and they are still giving them hundreds of billions of dollars. And i can guarantee you that are not going to go to pay bills. They're not gonna go into pension funds. They're not gonna do any of the things that that got them to the place that they're in right now so they're gonna take this and they'll blow it and they will be back for more. These are these are not going to pay down bills. They won't and why. Should i pay for the you know the unions and all the things that they promised the teachers and the firemen and the police in illinois. When i live in texas and i said no this doesn't work i would love to live in california but they're their system is insane and it was only a matter of time before it collapsed. And i didn't want any of that. I didn't want to be responsible for any of that. So i don't live in california. Why is texas paying for the bailout of new york or california or illinois. Why why isn't the state required to go to those people and say look. You're unions lied to you and we lied to you. We said that this would all work out. And it's all going to be fine. Yeah you can have this mountain of money and you can have this kind of a pension will. It doesn't work out and everybody who said that it wouldn't work out. They were right. We were wrong. Why why is there no penalty for anything. If you're in the right crowd. I don't i don't i don't understand it because we wouldn't be getting that. Would you beginning that would anybody who's run a business poorly. That isn't a bank or a union. Would you beginning that if you just ran it into the ground and you had all kinds of debt. Would the government be bailing you out. Should the government be bailing. You out the answer is no now if the government actually told you you having a successful business and the government came to you and said you've got to shut this down then they're responsible for it. You can't do that people. You can't just take their money and their livelihood. Shove them into poverty. Destroy everything they've built and then what because they're not a minority. They don't get help. How is this fair to any democrat. And i'm not talking about. I'm not talking about those in washington. I'm talking about those average people that live in our streets the average person that has a house couple of doors down from you we are. We are getting to a place to where they think that because you believe differently you were for the january sixth riot at the capital. That you are part of that somehow or another. That's gotta stop. It's gotta stop. I don't know anybody who wasn't embarrassed by that. Who wasn't horrified by that. Who didn't watch that. Go stop stop. This is wrong. But now i've lost a gig because of it Friend of mine wrote to me last night and said his uncle who is more like his dad growing up won't even talk to him. They talked you know and saw each other and he and he said his uncle was like you will you or just part of that january six thing and he's like what you talking about. No i wasn't. I didn't like that at all. He said luckily we had the relationship where we could talk about it and get past it. But i didn't think we were going to get past it for a while. He's just so convinced that this is. This is insanity insanity when the washington post rights that Joe biden has stopped poverty cured poverty. Why didn't we just right people. Fourteen hundred dollar checks you know back in nineteen sixty eight if that was the way to cure poverty. Why didn't we do that. Somebody should've pointed that out securing poverty. In fact it's going to make poverty worse in the long run. If you get people strung out on unemployment and benefits from the government you are going to see very bad things. We should point out. The fourteen hundred dollar check is not unemployment which is a totally different part of this bill. The hundred dollar check is just extra money to people. Many of whom did work throughout the pandemic. It's just a matter of whether you made up to. What is it was between and other going back and forth between seventy five hundred thousand dollars. We don't have a final number yet because the house on the senate need to work it out together but the bottom line is this is just a stimulus. Check in we point out. It's four hundred dollars per person in the household so he has a four person household. You're talking about fifty six hundred dollars. Which giving out checks fifty six hundred dollars to household after household many of which did actually work throughout the year. It's a it's it's a. I mean it is because we it's easy to say what you're not going to solve poverty with fourteen hundred dollar checks and that's true but this is going to cost us a lot for a very short term sugar rush yes and people are going to rush out and buy things that they shouldn't student and i were talking. Just what was it. Sunday stew came over to my house and we were talking about the Es g standards the environmental social justice and government standards are parties. Are fun yeah. I'm house you're having a good time. would you like another drink. Yes one trip alcoholic is amazing. That happened so we were talking about that and talking about you know i might replace my roof i might have to. We had a big storm blah blah blah. And we're talking about maybe getting elon. Musk the tesla solar russillo which is pretty. It's pretty amazing technology. But i wouldn't. I don't wanna do it because it's not ready yet. The technology is not ready. But if you don't have your house grena fide you're going to. you're gonna pay all kinds of penalties. You're gonna pay all kinds of penalties so analogy giving. Let's say a family of four fifty six hundred dollars. What does that family going to do. If they knew what was coming their way they would save it and they would you know either. Move to some state. That's not going to force you to do these things or you'd save it for the taxes or you would save it for you know whatever it is you have to do to green of your house but you're going to be asked to make all kinds of changes to your house. The green new deal does not have to pass. It's going to be done through the banking system and big businesses. That's why they're all four this because they're all making things that they know your going to be required to buy. And so what are they doing. They're sending everybody you know checks and people are gonna go and they're going to blow it and it's going to be a sugar high. All that money is going to wash into the system which will make prices higher. And then when it's gone here comes the green new deal or at least it's non public but it's private partner coming and shoving that down your throat by the way that is not even to include. What the pro act does let me tell you about the pro act. So we've solved poverty. Now we're going to solve joblessness with the pro act. We'll tell you what that does in sixty seconds. Troy lives in indiana. He to run five ks. Obviously he ended up starting have pain and swelling in his knees after some time. My knees are swelling. Hurting just thinking about running five k. roy Sorry troy was afraid that he was going to have to quit running because the pain was just too much to frequent. That's when i heard about relief factor and decided he'd at least give it a try the happy ending to this story would be troy's joys pain went away and he got his life back and he learned his lesson and quit running. But he's out there running today no doubt but he's pain is gone so there is happy news half happy news. He didn't stop running but his pain is gone. Relief factor is a drug was developed by dr seventy percent of the people who try go on to order more and you can order the three week. Quick start for only nineteen ninety-five go to relieffactor dot com or call. Eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four relief dot com eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four ten seconds station. Id the house of representatives under democratic control is about to vote on the pro act which will destroy the livelihood of millions of independent contractors and freelancers. It will also ban right to work laws and make it easier for union bosses to intimidate workers. Dear remember during the campaign. Joe biden said we are going to create millions of good union jobs when he talked about the covid relief. We need good union jobs. They want everybody in a union. The proactive drastically increases the power of labor unions to force workers to pay them union. Dues in it's a pretty Quid pro quo. We all know that for the millions of dollars that they spent With the democratic party to help them win the house the senate and the white house. The pro act would repeal all right to work laws that protect a hundred and sixty six million people in twenty seven states. That's half of the. Us population forced union. Dues you're going to have to pay for some unjust to get a job. Congress recognized this over seventy years ago when it was passed In the taft hartley act of nineteen forty seven. If the proactive passes workers all across the country are going to be forced to pay cash to unions. They want to or not wall. That's good right. I don't know how you think that's good. This will harm workers it will harm. The economy. research shows that the right to work states always experience stronger growth in the number of people employed growth in manufacturing employment and growth in the private sector than any state. That is run by a union boss. According to the national institute for labor relations research the percentage growth in the number of people employed between two thousand seven two thousand seventeen in right to work states was eight point eight and enforced union states. It was four point to growth in manufacturing employment between twelve and two thousand seventeen in right to work. States was five point. Five and one point seven forced unionism states. The percentage of growth in the private sector from two thousand seven to seventeen right to work states thirteen percent and forced unionism states ten percent. This is going to do to the rest of the country. Wh what the What was that law. They tried to pass in california where he would destroy the gig economy yet. I remember the name of but they. They were very intent on doing that. Which is amazing thing considering. It's one of our. You know one of the last decades huge innovations. Hi it's i mean you wanna talk about progress. get rid of the taxicab. The taxicab is a thing of yesterday and people in the middle of the mayor of america. Don't don't really understand this. You have to kind of live in a big city to really understand what's happening with the gig economy. What's what's happening with door dash what's happening With uber. It's it's remarkable. How fast it's changed. It's changed everything. And what are the early changes of it was to get rid of the cab in new york and not get rid of it. They still exist. But they're changed the entire dynamic there. That's now really spread everywhere. I mean you can go anywhere in the country now. And you know there's tons of restaurants on ubereats and door dash and and you know. Some of the local restaurants don't like that development That much and there's some positives and negatives to it but of course what the government's going to try to do to solve any of those market issues is to come in and squash all of it and many of these progressive cities have done just that you are. I mean here doing everything that we've talked about the kentucky of wave. You are protecting the dying plants. You're protecting the dying businesses and you're shoving him in a greenhouse hoping that they're not going to shed their leaves. They're gonna shed their leaves. Winter is good. The green shoots are new innovations new ideas. We have green shoots but the government keeps propping up all of these old dead ideas. Let's move to the future glenn beck program all right. Let me talk to you a little bit about timeshare termination theme. I mean the ladies. Love it you know what i'm saying. The ladies low you get a low bed of andrew cuomo timeshare. You know betsy gets time with. May monica gets a little time with me. You know in that blake. it's yours. Do whatever you want. When i am in the room but monaca. I don't want to talk about monica. When i'm with cindy you know what i'm saying. It's her body to do with what she wants. That's all i'm saying bobby but did andrew cuomo actually did he give you monica. Cindy lewis. Did he give you everything he promised. I promised the yellow a little bottle bang. But did you get it when you wanted it. Timeshare termination team yet. The process started and get out of that abusive relationship with your timeshare. Get twenty percents off and one hundred percent money back guarantee go to timeshare termination team dot com timeshare termination team dot com and go to blaze. Tv dot com slash. Promo code is glenn. You'll see ten bucks off your subscription to blaze. Tv and now ladies and gentlemen the first press conference of the president of the united states of america talking zone. Aw ludar is very speedily. All right i just hearding of my first bridge coverings in her show and a evers statement. I'm gonna give you leave him. Kuwait in and covert masks. What am i doing here. Kobe mask You know one shy. I went is judy garland in judy garland mask my my elementary school. And all the wing party and it was it was wonderful and an barred easer. Sometimes you know they serve cake in. I like cake. And as i let me speaking of cakes patty cake. Patty cake bakers match which reminds me. I dunno of your dish. But i like to put logs una the fire at the white house. And my my wife. Bill ju- jill She's great and i like it. She's moved me into that nice place. It's a nice house and sometimes at night is nice. Black lady comes and she gives me a jello cup and she says someday she's going to be president and i say that's right. You can do anything you set your mind to and tomorrow. Can i have strawberry jello now. Jake some questions have much higher hopes that i something. Oh he's giving his first press conference to mark. We just play the clip of from joe biden. Forgetting the defense secretary's name here he is yesterday. I wanna thank you both. Thank the the former general. I keep calling him general. My my secretary. I runs that outfit. I wanna make sure we thank secretary. Get the saw to try to implement what we just talked about. Right for recommending. You he's to women for women who i like lake you all got all my god protect our troops and i just that woman's face for a minute. I just like to hold her face smaller. He likes men and laid easier bad clip. This is how it happens all the time. First of all if you are on his staff how do you let him go. In front of microphones at any point with not without without the bullet points of the names he needs to say. And i just don't understand it. I think he might be resisting. It trying to say that he's fine all day. I don't need all that stuff ryan. I can jake keys away from the car. I wanted to drive myself. I'm perfectly fine. I do think the vets that is a big part of it with him because he's heard this for so long that he wants to prove people wrong but then he proves people right and wanna go out. When it's my time. I wanna go out like my father peacefully sleeping. Certainly not like my mother who is in the passenger seat just screaming old time into in issue whereas jello cup. How is he going to do this. Press conference and if he makes it that'll be great. It'll be great. It'd be great. Great regret i keep saying no. It's great he's not he's not completely out of control. I mean you kind of wonder how long this is going to go on but you also wonder. Who's doing everything for him i mean. Do you really think that he's having intellectual discussions on what he's doing right now when they get that bill in here right now and all your your piece of apor who i thought when they were talking about beall it was an actual person. Do you really think he's having these deep conversations on things now. I just want to make sure we do that. would is word communism okay. We'll do that. I mean. I just don't think that he's going to a that. He is fully functioning. And what's what's worse is if he's not who's running it now. And what do we get when kamala gets in. It's not going to be pretty. And he just looked at him and he does. It does not seem right. You know you keep. He keeps walking out in front of the cameras with this with this sort of like of i'm about to fall asleep can't remember any names can't remember anything about to say sort of vibe and you remember that like they're not putting him out in front of the cameras often he's not he's not he's no responsibility seemingly to the american people through the media right now. He's not doing press conferences. He still hasn't done this one yet. He's barely doing speeches. He's barely talking to the american people at all. You forget the. He's even the president i mean. I think that's what a lot of people wanted. Yes now. I think i think look. I wanted to forget that. There was a president of the united states who does stuff. They just wanted him to go away. Yeah maleki no they were. The last four years have been every single news story about the president all the time. And there's a lot of people are like. I just don't wanna hear about it anymore. And joe biden fills that bill pretty. Well i mean he does. He is accept the credibility remarkable. The policies don't know it's just happening what's happening on our border is a catastrophes is like the type of thing that again i the democrats do a lot of things that are really annoying but it's a sort of thing you have to admire about them. Which is this is clearly the right strategy if you're a democrat. They've made the president of the united states a nonfactor in in everyday life and they're pushing through multiple trillion dollar bills and no one knew us even noticing. We argued about this. Many times with trump glenn and that like trump gave the republicans a unique opportunity because he dominated the news cycle the way he did. You could put any sort of policy through and they wouldn't even talk about it for more than two days. Because donald trump would have tweeted something ten minutes later and they would have been like you know like squirrels running toward it and instead the republicans completely dropped the ball and didn't do any of that were democrats are taking advantage of gosh. They are taking advantage of this. They're doing all the things they wanted to do for decades and they're jammed through a no one's noticing and again i don't i don't i don't look up to that with like wow what these are virtuous people but hey they are. They are doing the things that they want to get getting the things they want to get done and they're getting them done. Barack obama was a transfer transformational. President now obviously transformed america. I think in a couple of ways. The healthcare bill obamacare forever altered the course of healthcare in america. And you're not getting that back now. What's the other thing that he did. If if only two things. I can think of two things. He also turned us from a meritocracy toward not into but toward a A race based system. He didn't he put it into place. He started it but it wasn't built fully and fully operational. When when obama was in i think already in his first. What two and a half months in office i think joe biden is more transformational then. Then barack obama was. I think we are now putting into place. Thinks that that will change us forever if if hr one passes it changes us forever. If the pro act passes it changes us forever if they signed these things in the one point nine. Trillion dollar spending changes us forever. Look at the way the cancel culture and these es. Jeez i love these people. Why isn't everyone talking about the. Es g thing and the great reset. I mean you have the climate czar and biden saying that. They're going in this direction. The climate czar john kerry is giving speeches over in front of the world economic forum. Say yeah people won't won't believe how fast and how much it will impact when we do it and we're going to do it right away and they are and nobody seems to be worried about it. Why is that. Why is why is no one reporting on this stuff is it. Because we're just we're talking about stupid things like oprah winfrey's interview with you know the former royals who by the way don't you just love. Don't you just love them. they're wonderful. I'm very upset. Because of the oppression they received a b. You know with all their millions of dollars. And i mean it just seems like a terrible life i will say. They seem to have a terrible terrible well. He doesn't but she does. I mean she's been oppressed her whole life. Yeah oh yeah. Say watched her through. What seven seasons of suits being abreast nasseri was a woman being a brand was only a paralegal at the beginning of the show. Exactly have been higher on this. The backley right have been a man. She could have been a man. I think she was shoe. She identified that way she was one. I don't know if she did or not. Yeah don't think she did but if we if she did. We wouldn't know about her former former female status so it could be you know a megan. What's her name markle markle Became bill markle and so we don't say that it would just be an article about actor. Bill markle is now on madman. Wait who yeah. And then if she you know dries decided to go back she could be like betty. Marchal now returns to madman. You'd be like betty. Marchal was never on. Are they all brothers. Big family got three people. And they're all on madman. What a talented family. I do think there's a lot of pickup that needs to be done. They're not the american people. Most people haven't even heard of the great reset. Let alone are focused on it. I mean this is this audiences as usual well ahead of of the rest of america. Something like this. And i think you know. We're still at the point where we're still all learning about. Oh you know. I mean it. So this is not going to be something that's going to dominate but their hours megan markle. There are things that people need to pay attention to the the changing of the books that we talked about Last hour that they now have the The statement at the front on the copyright page of up from slavery by booker t. washington that this is a work of fiction. It's absolutely incredible. We are changing everything about our culture. Everything about our culture and it is going to come home to roost. And i don't know what it's gonna take for people to wake up. I don't know what it's gonna take for people to go to their school. Board and say enough is enough. Stop all of this stuff. That's not who we are do you. Do you really have been convinced that you're alone because you're not you know there's it's more than just you and me more in just a second we tell you about hustler turf in the not too distant future. It's american financing okay. financing is Is the place that you can go. They work for you. Not for the banks. This is really important The banks are. I think part of the problem the banks are all signing on for the us. Jeez you know to help you to help you. what you need is somebody that is going to help you get alone. Help you pay the least amount for that loan And maybe consolidate your loans so you can roll in all the high interest credit cards you have so you can stop paying so much money to the bank. Every single month save money. Pay down your rent or eight inner. 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Glenn welcome to the glenn beck program. There are a lot of people that don't understand on the left. That don't understand why the city has so many national guardsmen in it. What do they protect it. That's crazy yeah. yeah in in in minneapolis. not washington. dc. They understand that those on the left they understand that. Yeah but they don't understand. Why in minneapolis there are like a thousand national guardsmen. There what dangerous. Come to minneapolis. I don't know and there's a little trial going on really about the police officer. That killed george floyd and now just because of trump. They've sent all of this. The the national guard out to minneapolis to what to protect against tomb. You will not leave the answers when we come back glenn beck program the glenn beck program. Hello america welcome to the glenn beck program. It is tuesday an nbc. Legal analyst didn't understand. Why the national guard is in minneapolis for the trial of the Of the cop that started the whole thing over the summer she said wire thousand national guard in the minneapolis courthouse. Why are they are. I mean it's a large peaceful crowd. For george floyd trial on january six. It took four hours after a violent mob attacked the capital threaten lives and property and and the functioning of government to get one hundred and fifty four yards to the site thousand in minneapolis. Well somebody on my staff reminded her. We're going to go into that next. Michael berry is you should know that. Name michael burry well. He's the guy from the movie. The big short. And if you haven't seen it yet you should. It's about the largest. Us financial institutions in. How a were have been and are still screwing over the average retail american investor. As long as they figured they could get away with it. They'll do it and they're doing it again. Enormous risks with your money. Well dr berry hasn't gone away. He's now worried about the actual weimar republic style. Hyper inflation of us. Currency based on the gazillions of dollars were printing all the time. Were printing record numbers of dollars and pumping them out into the system. It's not going to you. it's going to the big banks and who they loan. Loan them to well they alone them to big businesses and they'll also take that money by up their own stock and buy stock in those big businesses. They know they're giving loans to is his craziness and eventually it ends. Stop waiting and call goldline. Today they have a great special going on right now with every tube of certified gold liberty coins you can get five brilliant uncirculated kennedy silver half dollars. No additional charge. These are the same coins that i buy for their Authentication they're the party. Looks at them. make sure. And then they're sealed Call goldline now. Eight six six goldline eight six goldline or goldline dot com as hate each other to the point that people with less balance are stimulated to deeds of this guy and so first of all. I don't hate anybody. i feel. Sorry for a great number of people. Because they are in self-imposed ignorance need you. Don't have the excuse anymore. Oh i didn't know. I didn't have any idea that was going on. You don't have an excuse if none well. I didn't pay attention. That was your choice. Well i didn't watch the. That was your choice when all of the things that happen in your name. If they turn out to be bad you have no excuse not in today's world. Nb msnbc's legal analyst wrote this wire thousand national guard that the minneapolis courthouse where there's just a large peaceful crowd for the george floyd trial okay. Minneapolis it seems. The george floyd thing happened in minneapolis. And i'm trying to remember. Exactly what happened stu. There was very warm. Unseasonably warm for usually at night warmer very warm at night very bright at night as well. There's you know the closer you got. Two buildings seemed to get even warmer. It's almost like the surface of the sun fell into some of these buildings. Yes that may have been it okay. Even an asteroid. We don't know exactly. But i will say there. There are never. This is the whole point that they would say about january. Six right like the there was. There was a peaceful rally going on in theory right before they went to the capital. That was the problem you have to be prepared for these things. So the head of programming for Blaze tv and also my executive producer. realities are ricki. Ricki just posted a refresher and she put four pictures of minneapolis on fire. Four pictures one from the sky to show the damage yada yada yada. All photos pulled from reputable papers. All right that's when the left really goes nuts. What zombie movie is this from. You really can't expect people to believe you just for posting some pictures with no sources. Forget it controversial idea. These cities burned to the ground. Do people not remember this. Of course they do. They are memory holding things now. There are building a case that these things never happen. If you can just say these things you get people to believe it people will forget. Yeah they will intentionally forget because they wanna be a part of the in crowd. Uk and bonnie will. You're just posting these pictures with no source. Yeah town there. All reputable newspapers just happened a few months ago. Like it's not like i mean i. If he posted a picture of a plane hitting a building and then he said well this is nine eleven there like is that a is that coming from a reputable paper. I mean you don't remember. This was a big deal. We we've talked about. It was recent. I mean utah changing our history. In real time you talked about earlier them racing. The life of booker t. washington basically saying he was a fictional character and his book was fiction. And that's hard to do with. Everybody knows about it but at least it was a long time ago right over here. This is a few months ago. We all saw it happen so by the way this is the same antifa army guy. He he. He is His handle is that he's in the antifa army so he's a soldier for antifa The same guy. Who went on to insult ricky for working for me and suggested to her on a public forum that i molested her So he doesn't know about the summer ryan. Nobody knows station. Our executive producer that makes a lot makes a lot of sense as you as the as these things normally do. They make a lot of sense then. Kf replied that's not even them. America warner wrote ricky. Now pull up photos of some anti fa violence those are all right wing terrorist actions the pictures of minnesota burning now right right wing terrorist actions. Janet palmer writes these scenes included many of the very same. That perpetrated the insurrection. This is all maga- dressed up as antiques. Obviously i mean wow are we in a different world. We are in a completely different world today and they don't see it for instance was watching your show and you're talking about how everything the press said about. Donald trump is andrew. Cuomo i mean. I think you are little fixated on andrew cuomo everything they said about. Donald trump that they hated. They'll never mention about andrew. Cuomo now i mean the andrew cuomo is the media caricature they tried to paint of donald trump. Yeah they said trump was boorish bay upping it hey how about a little nibble on the character. Bunny weird they said trump would berate his opponents. And those who defy him is that not. just tally. you gonna make your life a living frigging nail. Alright you spoke out against me and the family might get a little visit. You know what i'm saying. I we have democratic politicians who were being harassed by the sky they say. Donald trump is a bully. Well obviously that's andrew cuomo they said donald trump was obsessed with his own media coverage we one hundred percent know about his. I'd like to thank the academy for this emmy. I did make all of those press conferences entertaining. Because i'm a showman. You know what i'm saying. But they said donald trump lied constantly g. We now know pretty clearly. I never actually said the words yerba. Zooms would great with those little twirly tasseled things you put on the end resumes. I never said that. List that press conference. I may have a new show. It's coming. they said donald trump would ignore the experts. But yet it's been tons of experts who have resigned in protest from the cuomo administration because he's been ignoring the experts. Let me just give this. Recent mathematical model is suggested. Staying at home did not play a dominant role in reducing kovic nineteen transmission. That's false knows. Let me give you this from the cdc mask. Mandates and restaurant restrictions lower corona virus cases and deaths according to new research from the centers and disease control. They say the effects though significant are relatively small. that's what i said it significant but relatively small. how can something be significant and small. That's what i said. I think statistically significant meaning that they don't think it's the noise in the data but it's a very small difference. It's like what does it one point. Nine percent of the growth rate was the difference. One point nine percent of the growth rate. That's not a lot they say. Donald trump acted like a mob. Boss i mean i mean do i need to. We've been playing the music behind andrew. Cuomo i don't know what you're talking about All right so. I took my stupid brother. Who was on cnn. He was going to say something you know. So i take him out on a little bulk and we're just going bird hunting in about. It was an accident. i'm just saying how. How about andrew cuomo. Donald trump is a sociopath remember. They say that all the time andrew cuomo. Here's a guy who is manipulating scientific reports to hide dead old people and then going out in front of media and bragging that the reason you can excuse him from his nursing home scandal is because his numbers are so good. The numbers that he changed. He's actually used that to brag but also the fact that he didn't care while these people were dying and people were telling him nursing homes or calling saying you've got to stop this. He's on a book tour. I mean that's that's a sociopath mia They said donald trump had a daddy complex. I mean andrew freaking cuomo last lie sober daily very diner where he died but he died. They need try to. He tried to use his dad's death of the covert thing jess when they were saying like all all these old people dying look. My dad died and his dad died of cova out what i thought. Yeah jeez that's i'm surprised it was a bigger story that seemed like it was logger ago. Heart attack like five years ago got to do with covert at all they said. Donald trump was obsessed with keeping his own power g. Do you think going to resign right. No questions as and they say the reason why is because he's obsessed with getting a fourth term because that's when his dad mario cuomo lost going for his fourth term so he's been obsessed daddy complex obsessed with his own power. He's lying to keep this power it under control. My dad's sorry lisa. Donald trump would botched corona virus response. Do i even need to make the case about this. Let's talk about the women quick. Donald trump was involved in a cover up. How many times. How many layers of cover up are we at now with andrew cuomo. He's covered up his own. Cover opposite this point. I andrew cuomo how about how about donald trump was had been harassing women. We now know that's been. Apparently andrew cuomo fear just finding out now used the word rear end. Donald trump was the using his political power for personal profit. I mean jeez. That's like that's like the cuomo brand. They invented this. And it was a little poster in me in my great transam. I mean who doesn't love trains and ma in great transam cover in this state and they sold them for some money. What what's the problem. People would dying for me. They said donald trump would always have his core. That would never leave him. A third of voters would defend anything. He did why because they loved his tough talk. His down to earth played speaking. He's talks like me eddie. Gets things done that talked like just all the morons that are around me little dropping of stuff off the back of the top just like them. You know what i'm saying. I'm in the trash removal system. And what i'm seeing here at the table is nothing but a lot of trash. You know what i'm saying. Bad up all right. Let me tell you about our sponsor this half hour. It is rectangular here in texas. 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What's this thursday is the anniversary of. That's mark levin. That's the year. I get down for fifteen days. Well that was the sixteenth at belief that the the eleventh was the anniversary of the nba shutting down their season. They had that game that started and then and then they all the fans are already there by the way go. Nothing's raw though hall greasy money huge money go grab get out of here right now. Money know we don't want to touch you money. Just take whatever outta the till the you paid with. Were on the honor system here so wait a minute. So it started the sixteenth. Lauren celebrate the lockdown for the nba. Well the i there's always different. People have different days of when this thing really kicked in for them. I think a lot of people when they saw the nba do that and then follow the following day. Everybody started cancelling their seasons and everything else That's i think march eleventh is one of the days the big ones. Espn today podcast. Series on march eleventh. Because obviously the center of sports. That was big. You could look at other dates. I mean march fourth. I believe it was was the day. They cancelled south by south west. And i remember thinking week the week they can sold. This is a multiple hundred million dollar festival. They throw in austin texas and they just canceled it and then they started cancelling that boston marathon. And all these events that were coming up and it started getting very very that was we. Can he officially was it. Friday night or saturday that the president officially said it was the fifteenth or the sixteenth. For sure i remember because it was basically it was to the end of march and then they re upped it for that one other month which people forget. I mean. Everyone likes to throw the word lockdown around the lockdown period to me the fifteen fifteen days plus the thirty that from mid mid march to the end of april. I know i went out to dinner inside on may first here in texas now. Your state was probably different than that but i lived in california. That was probably going on still on. May i am but here in texas. We were normal by the way speaking of texas boy. Do we have a story. From the great state of texas shock and horrify fusses glenn beck program coming up in just a second so when it comes time to choose the advocacy group. That is right for you. Where do you turn. There are a lot of options out there. Some good some not so good me tell you about the one i believe in it's called amac. It stands for the association of mature american citizens. Now that sounds like it might apply to you because you're mature then. You need to take a little time today and checkout amac for yourself. This is really a good organization. You're going to get all of the benefits and everything else that you get with any mature citizens advocacy group but they actually are fighting for courage and faith and reason they are standing against unchecked borders. Which is going to be very important here in the next couple of weeks. National security sovereignty. The sanctity of life amac in washington has been pushing back for years against the radical left agenda and you can be a part of it lots of benefits. But i think the thing is that they do best really is. They're fighting for you in the things you believe in go to amac dot com slash. Us amac dot us slash back aimak gonna blaze tv dot com slash. Glenn the promo code. Glenn make radio hall of fame. Broadcaster glenn making quite a list. Welcome to the glenn beck program. There is a there spider. Quite remarkable. Op ed in the washington. Examiner baker county county florida. The biggest shock came. Sunday morning at mass. I sat in the back pew. I looked around. I saw something. I'm not used to seeing at mask. Human faces yes every other pugh was roped off. No there wasn't any passing of the peace or other hand shaking or hugging yes. Family sat as far from other families as possible which forced a small overflow crowd in the crowd rooms at the back of the church. Yes there was much heinous hand. Sanitizer heck there was even a touchless holy water dispenser but still there were actual faces. I guess one hundred and twenty people attended mass in only six of them more masks. Last time i saw actual faces at mass was march. Thirteen twenty twenty half was the final day. My own parish had masked before three month closure from june twenty twenty until last week every mass i attended in four states two countries may be ten parishes one hundred percent mask so it felt liberating to be unmasked and to be able to see unmasked faces. A baby to pews up stared at me. I smiled big. The baby smile back. It was awesome afterward. The pastor bump fists with regulars and visitors and then folks retired to the parish hall for coffee our they were also all unmasked after mass cosmetology is sort of thing that transforms a church into a cult. A cultural hub for the community churches are indispensable community institutions especially for middle class rural places such as baker. County rural rural places without functioning. Church communities often have nothing to take their place and the result is dropouts collapse of family and deaths of despair. My home parishes in the dc area. It has a new pastor. Who barely knows any of us since he doesn't really know what any of us look like because we haven't had a parish social events since the first fish fry in february twenty twenty in the contrast between my life in dc suburbs. And what i witnessed of life in baker county was extreme back near the beltway where he wear masks at all stores. We wear masks inside restaurants. We we we've we read. We go into bars and the bars are closed. But we would wear masks on the patios. We wear masks with. Fox's where six inboxes there's very little handshaking. In on the mostly empty sidewalks of dc and the mostly emptied would empty wooded paths of montgomery county people nother nevertheless wear masks and try to stay at least twelve feet away. If not quite uneasy. I felt a little naked in baker county. I felt like i was getting away with something. I stopped into a tractor supply company in part because i needed to fuel hoses for one piece of my outdoor power equipment and living in a democratic town. I'm very far from tractor. Supply at home and in part to see what the distancing and masking behavior was like in a national chain here over the summer in the rural south. I found that the local bait shops were mask lists but cvs walmart. They were masked my findings last week. Florida is not a great place to shop for a snow blower and nobody in the baker county tractor supply wore a mask so is baker county living like neanderthals spread in biden. Said of texans. Biden's comment was not the sort of thing that one says when trying to persuade it was either biden losing his temper or biden playing culture war disdain politics to please his college educated. Oh my gosh. We just love science so much. Base disdain is part of why so many people in texas in baker county. Don't wear masks. They're sick of condescending nanny. Staters telling them how to live in part because of condescending nanny staters from the media and the federal government so they don't want them owning guns that they own driving cars that they drive and clinging to their bibles they cling to but also. Nobody really likes having to wear a mask mask. Wearing is good during this pandemic since the virus spreads through accelerations by infected people including some infected people who don't realize they're infected. Wait a minute do. Is that really works. What indoor mask wearing. All herman theory endure mask wearing also seems to me like a small sacrifice made out of care for one's neighbor. That likely makes at least some noticeable dent in the spread of the virus maskless baker county though isn't short on love of neighbor found. It's a tight knit community. Scott one father coming out of mass sunday morning me that means that a lot of people who might be sicker more likely to stay home because they know of all of the people that might they might be affecting. They know them personally. It also means you know who's brother or husband was sick and so it's easier to know who's who to stay away from plus you don't know who already got it or who got vaccinated so it's easier to know whom you don't have to stay away from. I heard the tight explanation for baker counties. Vid loosens from the the three locals. But what about the folks who might not have a choice. I asked all the bartenders and the waitresses. I met in baker county The the fianc Unsafe working indoors in such on un- maskless environment. None of them. Did i mean they tell you to put it on said one bartender. But i'm like. I can't breathe in it if i'm gonna get it. I'm going to get it. If it happens it happens. Assist the way it is another bartender explained. I don't see my mother because she's in a nursing home. She said if she were. If i were taking care of my mother I would wear a mask. But i'm not public. Schools are all open almost throughout all of florida and they're also offering remote options. It's the best of both worlds said another bartender. I don't know why this writer was in all of the bars and florida. Also i find baker. County is very attuned to the economic and social costs of lockdowns crystal works three jobs. All of them are waitressing and bartending. When florida lockdown in march she lost all three paychecks. I was out of work for like two months. She as she got relief checks at the time but when you got two teenagers who were remote schooling and home all day every day. It doesn't go very far. One bar owner learned that i was from. Dc shook his head. I don't know how you guys do it up there a lot of businesses up. They're gotta be like the walking dead. When this bar owner had to close down in the spring he found that the neighbors all lived for For a to go service immediately and that help keep their business afloat when he reopened he required masks and found some nasty words. Here of people refused to wear them most folks however went along with it. Not every restaurant and bar here is operating one hundred percent capacity. It's just my experience in this neanderthal world. Is it neanderthal behavior. It's hard to agree with biden here. Considering that the neanderthals died out and senior citizens in florida are less likely to die of corona virus than a senior in california or new york and seeing people smiles dining out with one's neighbours and gathering for coffee on sunday afternoon. These things make life down in. Florida downright civilized. So a guy will what i get from this guy who is frequenting way too. Many bars get out of Get out of where he lives in. Dc and Notices that life goes on. It's why people up here when people come to texas. Whenever you see somebody who's visiting from one of those you know northeastern states or a crackdown state. They all act. Like i don't know remember what life. Yeah they see. Like i can see. Somebody's face what does the strange thing you guys are doing. You know it's funny. Because a lot of the media stuff is of course done in new york and california where the most severe lockdowns have been for the most significant time and we should point out. You mentioned andrew cuomo earlier Currently the largest outbreak in the united states as new york yet again. Just a drink as anyone actually cares about that. But it's like. Have you read anything. That explains this explains explains how california new york can be having such bad Numbers and places like florida and texas will through spurts but generally speaking. we're fine. yeah. I mean the performance has been better in the states. I don't think it's. I don't think we take masks often. It improves your results. I mean there's other factors right. I mean you know new york. It's an. it's a very dense. Older city It is a. It's cold right now. So a lot of were indoors on his explained california but something to do probably with the northeast having a higher numbers In the winter you know they're there. I think a lot again. Nothing nothing in this entire year can be explained. By what government policy is it can only be explained by what people do and so when people are here right now we could go down the street and have lunch. Eta one hundred percent capacity restaurant and feel very normal like the real time with the possible exception. Of maybe you're wearing the mask from the door inexplicably to the table. I'm safe i'm safe. I'm wearing the mask stand on. I'm safe wearing the masks standing. I'm safe now sitting down sitting down at the table. I'm safe taking the mask off. Yeah safe sitting down standing. I'm wearing the mask because i'm safe sitting down. I'm taking the mask off. Because i'm safe right. It makes no sense on the server will be wearing a mask maybe right those are the things you basically say and so people here when they want. Human contact are happy to have human contact in normal everyday places like large restaurants. That are relatively well ventilated. A new york city apartments are like two hundred square feet and have no ventilation and because everyone gets shamed whenever they see another person they all wind up hiding and and hiding from the authorities in their own little dinky apartments and meet their and wind up sharing the virus. There which is not necessarily a good thing. I mean there's a lot of different factors to that but it is a. It is a bizarre thing. And it's you. Listen to a lot of these podcasts. And other media sources because they're in new york or california and like you know. I listened to one this morning there like a coming soon. You're going to be able to see your relatives and hug your relatives and see their faces. If you're vaccinated. Because of this new cdc guidance that came out yesterday kind of been there for a long time. Yeah i it's been fine. It's a totally different world. 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How to Make the Most of Your Ideas - Nick Greer - CFR #526

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How to Make the Most of Your Ideas - Nick Greer - CFR #526

"Welcome to click bottles radio where we go. Behind the scenes and uncovered the tactics and strategies. Top entrepreneurs are using to make more sales dominate their markets. And how you can get those same results. Here's your host. Dave woodward every. Welcome back to you good radio. I cannot tell you how excited i am to my dear friend and my guest on this is a guy i have for years and have watched them grow as an entrepreneur. He actually has taught entrepreneurship. One of the few people who. I actually wanna learn entrepreneurship from so. I want to welcome to the show. My dear friend mr grier nip the show. What's up dad. Thanks for having me. This is fun. So i am so excited. I actually met nick years ago First of all. I guess met him through a friend. Randy darn but really had the opportunity getting to know nick on a more personal level when he was teaching for free at brigham young university entrepreneurial course where my son shanna was taken it and he basically commits my son chandler to leave. Byu and work for him at skip. Y'all so that was an hour away. I never leave is education. I i want to make sure i set the record straight. That never happened. He made his own decision. But we're so glad he did reserve. I just threw that out there. Like i was the one that made him drop out of school. And it's my fault. But i never actually. We'll make them believe that. Actually i have to have to blatant russell. Russell said the only reason you have to go to school is to find a wife soon as you found wife and then made more than you profess. You can leave. So that's what he did. I love it but for those people who don't know you next. Awesome for me when i absolutely love. The businesses and right now is built bar billboard dot com if you have not gone dot com and haven't purchased every single case that they have offered their. I know what you're doing it is by far. It's basically candy. So i i love katy bars. Snickers twix received those are kind of my favorites. But now i've this whole idea. As far as a protein bar putting bars have always had like kind of a bland taste to. Nick has found this crazy process of actually creating a protein that tastes better than a candy bar. It has the most amazing flavors where you literally think. You're you're cheating and i just so impressed with everything you're doing so with that being said nick. I wanna kinda we're gonna come back to. Bill barr story just a second. I'm going to talk to people who are listening right now. Just about entrepreneurship. You have an expert your entire life from early on as a kid built. Companies sold companies invested in companies. When you look at entrepreneurship. I've taught at so. What are some things for people who are listening to this. Who don't have the experience that you have. What what how do you encourage someone down. This entrepreneurial journey listen the the entrepreneurial journey like it begins it begins from other of people understanding how to observe and recognize opportunities. In fact it's interesting. Two years ago. I started this exercise with my students where i would say. Plot three by five card handed out to two hundred students. And i'd say you have two days to fill out this card professional group What i'm like. Listen i used to start with twenty. Then i went to fifty and now i was at at one hundred. I said you have to fill out one hundred opportunities and write down one hundred opportunities on this card in the next two days and then professor. Are you kidding me. I can't do that. i can't do that. I said listen. It's gonna be hard for the first twenty. When i say opportunities i want i want you to recognize and show that you know there are opportunities all around you opportunities. Maybe it is like a feeling that you get to text your mom. Maybe it's like you're driving by billboard and you say i don't like the blue yellow maybe it's opportunity like i don't like this little baby's bassinet. I would actually change up and put the pillow or not pillow. But the the lining over here and it's like you start recognizing opportunities all around you if things that you would improve upon and i said i promise you. The first twenty will be very difficult then awesome. You're going to be an absolute role and then you're gonna wish that you actually had more room on that three by five note card to write every thought every inspiration every feeling that you had. But you've gotta. I recognize the opportunities. But then i could talk later on about how you take those opportunities and you turn it more into reality or into the phase of an actual business itself but first and foremost you've got to recognize you've gotta practice recognizing opportunities that are all around. You can love that. I think that too often people get this idea that there's nothing else that they can do their no one else did. They don't have a new idea. All the ideas have been created. And again i go back to bill. Barr who in the world would never thought get out of candy bar. That's actually a protein bar again an opportunity that living yet. We'll talk about a few minutes. How you got involved in that. But i think the part i love about that is the idea of getting your mind thinking and too often people they get to this. I just don't think for themselves and so for your billion help teachers students to recognize opportunities when you once they start going through. I know i've had the operative going through that. And i think most entrepreneurs lava suffer from this whole. Adhd thing rebound from one thing to the other. but i'd love. The idea is far as turning these opportunities into reality. What is that next step. Yeah not great. It's a great question. You know opportunities a lot of times when you recognize them. You start recognizing what something feels good about this again. I got to reiterate you've gotta practice the recognition of seeing those opportunities around you. Because then you actually. I guess maximize what an opportunity really means. Once you actually get to that idealization phase and so like for example you take an opportunity in you rolled into an idea so opportunities improve something can turn into an idea to actually create a product will then a product doesn't necessarily mean you're going to create a business and a lot of times in fuse have a product so therefore have a business. No you have a product and so you take that product and you go okay. It's an idea. I can improve upon a problem or solve a problem that exists now. I got an interest are gonna take this idea. And i gotta go see the opportunities within this idea. And so then you're actually maximizing the opportunities within the idea then you start talking and having conversations and taking the idea in iterating it into then eventually what can potentially become an actual business itself but again if you're not practicing the observation and the kind of the recognition of opportunities. How the world can you even come up with an idea. And then you have an idea if you don't recognize the opportunities within the idea. How in the world can you accident. Didn't turn that idea into a business. I don't know does that make sense. No makes complete sense. And i so if those guys were listening right. Now we've talked about hiking live being in september. You're going to see us actually do exactly what nick's just talking about where you're out a business. We've been running for the last seven years. It'll be seven years in september and starting in november todd russell and i got together out of todd's cabin in started coming up with what are the next opportunities. What are the next ideas. How do we how we take to the next level. And we're in rolling out a lot of those ideas that will now actually not become ideas. They're actually going to be done for you. A different ideas have. We spent a of time digging deep into going well. That one doesn't work. Let's cross that off the board. Let's wartime building out this this part of it and i think that's where you're again a love your comment. As far as a product is not a business and so often so often. I talked a lot of our customers who feel like i've got this great business amac. Nope you've got a product and help people understand what to take to go from a product nick to actually run a business. I'll shoot. i mean how much time do we have such an awesome question. I love the question. You know gosh. How do you explain this in a sense that would make sense. A you know when you have a product for example. We have a bar okay. The bar tastes good and you had a family that created this this protein bar and they'd wrap it up ten full and it was a phenomenal product. But yet you've got to figure out. How do i turn this product that actually a hundred two hundred people a month love ended actual full-fledged business so then you start looking at it saying okay one flavor it works. It's good. But i've got actually stretch myself. And maybe actually figure out how acting have a maybe a wider variety of flavors. Let's actually expanded to six flavors. And now what i wanna do is i want more people to try to experience. But now i've got a turn will is now a or at the time was iraq. Foil bar protein bar into six flavors and into an actual brand itself. So now i gotta go shape a brand around this bar and get people no different than nike back. In the day. They had a simple waffle shoe but they had create an absolute brand around the shoe. You really are buying the brand and then you're actually then consuming or using the shoe and so yeah you may think i think you look at it as i'm buying the shoe you're buying the brand and so the business becomes the brand and your products or shoe or in our case the bars. Become the reason why you're building brand and pass it's built bar and i don't need to go and talk about built bar but the point is you've got to be able to return that product into something offering that his actual full-fledged brand that someone actually wants to consume or be part of or to us or whatever it may be. I love that so nick for lucky. Listen to this. I don't hear us talk a lot about the clintons brand as much as they hear is talk. A lot about the click funnels culture. And it's this whole idea of for a lot of entrepreneurs who are looking to try to really belong to something they want to belong to to the click funnels culture. And that's really where they get a lot of their exciting they the motivation and yes. We have mazing. Software provides a great amount of tools and resources and our supporters is getting better and better every single day. But as i take a look at the people who get excited to come to funnel hacking live with people who get excited to participate in our one on a late challenge. It's because they bought into the whole mission. That whole brand is you made mention. I look at bill barr and the brand that. How do you describe a dad brand. How do you describe. Bill barr grand yet you know. Let me flip it a little bit when you talk about the click funnel culture and we're selling the culture yet but you're also selling The culture within the brand itself that really. It's solving a problem that gives someone hope to actually go out and create a business and so like okay. I have a product. But i just don't know actually what to do with this product or this service or this consulting or whatever. I do whatever i offer like. What what click funnels and we all know this in the beauty of it is. I'm selling you a solution. Actually your problem and not only that though like you wanna hit your wagon to us because you know what. We're going to be an answer to your problems that you have in my goodness you can actually piggyback off of our culture in our brand and make you extremely successful for such a small fee. And that's for us for the bar itself for example. There's almost a sense of the experience that you have when you taste the bar right when you taste the bar. You're like immediately. what do you wanna do. I wanna share this experience with someone i love and so with. Click finals I want to share this excitement. I have with someone that i care for and be able to go expand off of what i'm seen at this very moment in mile mile tunnel view so the bar itself for example. It's like i. It's sharable it's consumable it's exciting. It's new. it's revolutionary it's different. It's like how in the world did not think of this before. And when it's so simple in its nature. you're like. I want everyone to know about it. And so that's what transpired for us is people just wanting to share it and i just wanna share the good news and so when you have a product or service where others want to share. Then you're onto a solution to a problem that really does exist. I love that. I think that. I think it goes back to your original ideas opportunities the best opportunity for those that solve the problem that are solution oriented help people achieve whatever that is anything that can be shared with others. Because i can say. I found out about the bar from russell. I mean he'd lewd. I don't know how he got the i bar. Soon as he got it he went nuts. I mean it was all my gosh. This is the very best bar never had my life. You've got to have this. And i turn it on the exact same thing. My entire family is addicted to these bars Our office is the only bars. We have interoffice anymore. we get him living by the caseload and there's only four or five of us in the office on a regular basis so we're consuming a lot of these bars. But i think the part that i. I'd love i've watched watched just your involvement in addition to see just the ability to share one of these. So i went through the front. So i ball go to built bar dot com and go through the funnel first of all my favorite bar gays any wants to send me some and that is the could the chocolate chip cookie junk bar. I it's only out. I think it just came out last night about five cases myself. But it's amazing end got one of. I don't have that on my desk i will. I didn't get. Nick was kind enough to send russell boxes for his birthday shared to bars with me but on here. I have the caramel brownie. And the i love about. It is as you go through the funnel. You're going to buy the product and the very next thing is you're gonna get a discount for another box. Twenty percent discount. And i was fascinated to see. I've already bought some severely. Next thing is reward me with the fact that i've consumed some the products and now i'm getting a twenty percent discount on another box so i didn't think it was the double chocolate brownie when i bought two cases of which was really cool because because i was going through the wasn't you get twenty percents off just on that one box you get twenty percents off on whatever. Your next order is y. You're still in the car. So i'm filling up this car. I think we have ten boxes coming to the house right now but the part that i love is as i got done the very cool thing on the end of the thank you. Was you obviously love. These bars do wanna share these without a people. And then there's a shared link. And i've i've gone through. I mean i buy a bunch of bars of different brands. And i've never ever had someone at the end of it. Say hey you obviously love the same do share it and so i just love going through the funnel and seeing how so for any of the guys who are listed in your in a consumable business or even if you're in a i had similar conversation with trae llewellyn who's selling e commerce product where you get to the end in the very next one of the best otiose is more of the same thing so why not give them a discount to buy more of whatever they just bought and then on the thank you page to allow them the opportunity sharon and i believe I don't hear from you. If i believe i shared it. I got a discount on whatever i bought and i think the person also shared with got a ten percent discount. So is that right. That's so again huge believer in bar also. I would highly recommend anybody who's listening to go to build our by go through the funnel you will learn so much going through the actual funnel to understand how to sell a product. That's a consumer product. You can apply those two things at arkansas as well because you have the opportunity of of rewarding people for buying behavior and then to have at the very end as nick make mixing of this idea sharing it the then becomes his viral sensation that all of us are looking for. So i i get so excited just to see. See what you've done with this any comments on the phone before i go to different topic. Now all gonna says when you when you actually believe in your product or your service that you're offering truly the funnel becomes natural right absolutely becomes natural it's it becomes real and people can read between those lines and understand and feel that sincerity so when you really do believe that you're solving a problem and you really do have a solution. You can offer all sorts of things because why not allow allow the customer to really enjoy everything you can possibly give them and in reality you're not trying to like connive to try to trick or try to rope them into something really don't need no. They really need it. You need in our case you need to eat healthier and you need to enjoy it too. It's healthy and tasty at the same time. And so when you're thinking of those funnels and they'll cells funnels that's the key is like when it's when it's so real to you as far as you are a believer in it then that that that donald becomes so real unnatural to the end user man. I love that. Oh i feel the same way about click funnels. No problem tell people everywhere i go about it. I think is going through the funnel. Look on your website. Just the comparison between what you offer and your competition was so good because most bars are going to be to and thirty two hundred eighty calories that you're like hundred thirty calories but usually prisons thinking well. I'm not going to get as much out of it here. You're getting seventeen grams of protein versus like for me the one you actually compare to probably might prefer bar. Which was the cliff cliff. Builder bar mint mint chocolate chip cookie bar and on their base. So i saw the bar normally have next to yours and hundred thirty calories versus like two hundred fifty calories seventeen grams versus like twenty or twenty four grants and so all the sudden backman mind. I'm thinking man. I can actually have to bill bars for the same caloric expenditure i would get for cliff but i also get twice as many calories and so i thought Just walking through even your the the the website as a sales pitch was awesome as well just to to the ability to compare against the competition. Right right thank you. I hope you like the bars day. I'm investing heavily. So you're awesome. I appreciate the support. I m curious. we talked earlier beginning about this full opportunity. How do the opportunity of bill barr come to you. I mean you're for those guys who don't know nick at this guy who has sold companies has huge opportunity. I don't know. I don't want to develop herb. Divulge your entire real estate holdings and business Nick the podcast. But i do want to make sure you guys understand. This is a guy who has a ton of experience in growing and building business as an angel investor as an investor in multiple businesses real estate. And everything else that he's had the option growing and seen so he gets pitched a ton of different opportunities all the time and so. I'm kind of curious having this opportunity. Come around to where you actually said. No it's great question. I had long story short. My brother-in-law Comes to me and said hey. I've got a brand new company. They just launched last month. They need some help some money. Can you talk to them. Sure i meet with them and immediately within twenty minutes. It was an overwhelming feeling. At that moment that i needed help but we need to move quickly so long story short. I offered this gentleman a certain amount of cash. And i said and i'll be your partner and he said i don't wanna be your partner. I just want. I want alone a mall. That's weird because i don't want to lend you any money like this isn't gonna work out anyhow. Long story short. He came back the next day. He had an experience in his wife and and he said we need to be partners. So that's when we teamed up and you know really at the end of the day. It's a matter of listening and when i say listening it's not necessarily what you're hearing audibly through someone else. It's maybe what you're hearing internally and and when you when you practice more of scene and talking and hearing more about opportunities all around you you just understand that. Like wow you know i. I need to go after that. For example today. I had a key a key mehmood immediately our in our meeting. I knew i needed to talk to him right after. And so you follow those instincts. You follow those feelings. An opportunity for me to get closer to him and for me to allow him to understand. I care about him and i love him and i want to serve him. So what do we do. What do you need. And he's like how did you know. I'm like it was obvious you could just feel it and you didn't say anything but i could just hear what you are saying on the inside and so the more you practice that with opportunities and more with people you're talking to in may give you ideas to improve upon maybe a certain idea and just make it a little bit better and that's what this family did. That created this bar initially and we continue to make it better with new types of bars and new flavors and new inclusions and newt everything. It's like well. We need to continue to add to that and take advantage of the opportunity. We have the opportunities. Don't stock within one business. They only just start. And so you've got to continue to create those opportunities. You gotta continue. Billy knock those opportunities and make more opportunities within the opportunities. It just doesn't stop and that's the beauty of it and that's what's so fun about it when you start recognizing those allemand nick. I love that. So i think right now. Can i say how many bars you guys are doing a week. We're we're doing a lot. Can i give a number or not. You can give a range. How about that. Did you give the rings day. Because i'll give a different number. We're making a lot of bars internally. I mean we make millions of bars put that the bars every month. Right now awesome. Yeah the part. I want to go back to and i think this is the part that i i really anybody. Listen to this. This is what separates super successful business owners from those who are just kind of dabbling and try to figure things out not as the ability to listen to those feelings. And i'm really curious. Nick how do you. How do you develop that feeling muscle to where there's a lot of times listening and you make the wrong decision. He's you start second guessing yourself and like oh man. I never should have done that. How do you. How do you get in tune with that that for me. It's spiritual type of thing. How do we get into the spirit to where basically a yes. It's that's the right thing versus. I don't know if this is a good idea. Bad idea i'm gonna say it's things first off. You've got to be grounded and your relationships that you have outside of work. Outside of your business are everything. And if they're not in check if they're not in place you're distracted. You can't hear what you need to hear. And i'm telling relationships with your spouse your loved ones relationships with god or whatever supreme being you may believe in. I mean really the end the day. It's all about making sure. Those relationships are grounded and it's for me. It's the very first thing that i'm making sure. They're in check with every single morning first and foremost and then it's a matter of practicing and so no different than practising the piano or practicing an instrument or practicing a sport you need to practice opportunities and listening for those. It's constant constant practice. And so when you're practicing in let's say a sport. Let's say it's basketball. Are you practicing just with one hand. And just you're gonna just dribble with your right hand. Know you're going to practice with your left. And they're going to practice with the crossover in your practice of the layups. You're going to practice shooting around the key and you practice your free throws three points etcetera etcetera. It's constant practice in different areas of the court and different aspects talents within that you have or don't have within that given sport in this case basketball so in business. It's like i need to practice recognizing opportunities well in basketball. I have a coach. Right and coach's going to point out what i need to practice more of you need to surround yourself with coaches around you. That's people that you trust and people that you can look to that you can listen to and you're saying tell me what i need to practice and you somewhat. You create a council with those people where you're counseling with them and they're telling you what they're seen what they love and what they feel like you can improve upon and you continue to practice those skills and even practicing listening to ideas that they have and the opportunities that they're seen because that's the only allow you to grow those and so really the day first and foremost grounded in relationships and secondly you've got a practice opportunities and i love that. I cannot echo enough the importance of being grounded in those relationships. I think i've seen more businesses fail because people forgot about the importance of those relationships and it takes down the business. And then i'd love daddy as far as practice and then getting a coach that the man thank you. Those are taking notes here. I appreciate that very much. I live could speak to you for days and i hope to the end of march. I'm gonna come down in the steel boxes from you again as we head down to moab bunch as we've before letting go of party words to our audience i'll just believe just attack and believe in business i love and as far as small business owners and entrepreneurs it's a constant reminder taking opportunity and you're aren't just taking one risk to start the business it's constant risk along the way and don't be afraid to take those risks and don't be afraid to try and don't be afraid that cliche saying don't be afraid to fail and to learn quickly truly don't be afraid and fear will stop you from doing what your potential is. What your capacity. What you capacity you really have and i will tell you the good lord above. He wants to give us as much as possible. And you wants to give us as much capacity as possible. Much opportunist possible. We just have to listen and for whatever you may believe in and whoever you may believe or don't believe in yourself and believe in your capabilities of what you're capable of doing and what you're capable of accomplishing i love it. Thank you so much again as go check. Best way to get a hold of nick actually. Is that bill dot com. I should've got a referral link. Before i did this pocketing or listen. Listen ogle creative right now. Listen muslimeen right now. Are you ready. i'm gonna do for dave. I'm going to do it for russell. Twenty percent off for all of your listeners. Click funnel is the key word. Go use click funnel you want me to use funnels or funnel. Let's go with clicks on. That's the name of the company said curls. I'm going to go. Click funnels as as your twenty percent off discount code. I'm doing that for dave woodward and russell loudon is. They're incredible people now. They're gonna buy more boxes but although although have them create that right now as we speak your guide. Dick so go to. Bill barr dot com. You definitely need some and if if you don't think you do you can send them to me here at the office. I'm more than happy. Take any boxes and give you a twenty percent discount to give me more boxes so anyways go to bill. Maher dot com the code that nicholas creating click finals so getting built bar dot com. Get twenty percents off and the code. There is going to be click finals. But thank you so much love you. We'll talk soon the best. Well hope you absolutely love all the value that podcast speaking of value right now one of these were really trying to do is overdeliver. And the thing we've seen that has probably created the greatest opportunity to over deliver to all of you and that is our one frontal challenge. In fact you can actually see it. That funnels radio dot com forward slash follows radio dot com slash. If you've gone through the challenge in the past this is something totally new. We started the one from the way challenge back in two thousand eighteen and it is now two years later. We decided to completely redo it. Everything brand new simplifying the process making it just as easy as possible to get results. Quick to spend thirty minutes every single day. And what you're going to get is russell teaching you exactly what you need to do to get your up and running in the next thirty days. So go to click funnels radio dot com slash and get all the details there. Thanks so much. we'll talk to you.

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Reports: Attorney General Bill Barr May Leave Post Before End of Trump's Term

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Reports: Attorney General Bill Barr May Leave Post Before End of Trump's Term

"Brought to you by. Ford ford is proud to support women who power america forward. Do you know what it feels like to change a diaper while wearing one does your sweaty face twitch when someone says you've got the pregnancy glow. Hi it's katie. Lowes fellow mama. And host of katie's grip a podcast. Where i talked with friends and experts about the realities of being a new parent from surrogacy to kids allergies to babyproofing your relationship. Come get real with us with new episodes of season three every other thursday. Listen to katie's crib on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. It's tuesday december eighth. I'm oscar ramirez in los angeles and this is the daily dive. Reports are saying that attorney. General bill barr is considering leaving his post before the end of president. Trump's term trump continues to dispute the outcome of the election. Even as the department of justice has said there was no widespread fraud which is put barred odds with the president devlin barrett national security reporter at the washington post joined us for what might be prompting. The attorney general to leave early next the seven thirty-seven max is on. Its way back. And american airlines will be the first offer. Flights starting december twenty ninth in advance of the first commercial flights after its grounding for twenty months american airlines has offered a few demos of the plane flying around executives staff and some members of the media we'll speak to leslie joseph's aviation reporter at cnbc was on one of these preview flights and tells us how the experience went and what changes boeing has made to make planes safer. Finally we have to vaccine candidates that are on their way very soon to be approved by the fda for distribution while those may begin being administered long-haul vaccine results is just beginning. We have another candidate from astra zeneca that is released. Preliminary findings with some promising and confusing results as well as other trials underway. Sarah zang staff writer at the atlantic joins us for more news without the noise. Let's dive in basic point on on universal mail. Mail ballots. what i've said is. Dad opens the floodgates to potential fraud and coercion. Joining us now is devlin barrett national security reporter at the washington post. Thanks for joining us. Devon happy to talk about some of these reports were hearing about attorney. General bill barr. They're saying that he's thinking about leaving before. President trump's term ends in january. There's been a lot of talk Obviously we heard. Bill barr speaking to the associated press last week saying that they haven't been able to find any widespread fraud in the election. We know that angered the president but this is just kind of one of these stories that we're hearing it feels like it almost doesn't even make a difference. We're so close to the end of the term anyways right but what are we hearing about this. It is true that the attorney general phill bar has sort of used out loud to some joneses associates. That he doesn't have to stay until the last day. Necessarily you might leave before that. But we're also told you know he hasn't made any decisions and may not be his choice anyway. As you mentioned there's been a lot of anger expressed by the president with bill. Barr over how. He's talked about what happened during the election. Count and some of the stuff he did before the election and so there is a sense that like that relationship between him and the president which was once fantastic has been bumpy for quite some time and that may mean that on the last day of the trump administration. Bill barr may not be there. We know that the president continues to dispute the outcome of the election. And it's not really for any lack of trying on bill bars part to find some of this. I know he authorized attorneys-general across the country to look to see if there was any type of fraud. But we've seen the trump campaign going to court there just really isn't any evidence of it there. So when the ap talk to bill barr he came clean and said we haven't seen anything despite you know him being one of the president's fiercest supporters so i mean it's just a tough to kind of keep that thing going for the president when there's nothing there and there's been a lot of skepticism within justice department toured a lot of the claims that trump and his supporters have made about supposed election fraud when you drill down on the individual claims. You know a lot of these things. Just don't stand up to scrutiny and you know as as one election put it to me. The justice department usually doesn't have to go out and declare that the world is not flat. But i guess in this case. They decided that they needed say something. Because so much of this political fight was going on around them so it is true that i think the justice department in general and bill barr specifically have looked at some of the claims made by trump supporters of fraud. And just see no there there. And i think that's a big source of frustration but to be honest that relationship between the attorney general the president was sour before vote counting. Started that relationship really soured publicly before election day. When the president kept complaining that the attorney general wouldn't appoint a special counsel to investigate the bites. Would you know announced some sort of massive investigation against joe biden's family and it was pretty clear that that relationship was going south. The four votes were cast on that front though there was a development Pretty quiet one. Where bar did appoint john. durham As a special counsel looking into the investigation Of the russian investigation itself basically trying to find any wrongdoing by the obama administration so he did appoint a special counsel in that sense and that was a clever move on bars part in the sense that appointing a special counsel john durham is the us attorney in connecticut and he had gender has already spent more than a year investigating this question of the russia. Investigation into trump campaign and whether any criminal wrongdoing was in that. And by appointing john durham a special counsel. What happens is john. Durham's work stays the same but what bar has done is. He's made it much harder for the biden administration to john durham's work once they take over and so in that sense it sort of a strategic tactical move on bars part to keep that investigation going however having said all that there's no indication at that investigation has really uncovered some smoking gun development from all this time this issue of what happened in two thousand sixteen is certainly been debated and discussed and argued back and forth a long time. It's not clear to me. That what durham has found. Really advances the ball any further beyond other people have already said which is that significant mistakes and errors of judgement were made back in two thousand sixteen by the fbi right. Yeah if there was any big bombshells we probably would have heard of something by now. Is a timeline on when his report is going to be do. There really isn't a time line and it's not even certain in my mind at least that they will definitely end in a report. I think if you look at durham's track record when he does these kind of sensitive politically loaded investigation surrounding washington. He often takes years to do his work. And it often leads ends up in a letter. That sort of describes the basic outlines of what he did without going into a ton of detail now having said all that special counsel regulations actually call for a report to begin at least to the attorney. General so i think we might see some kind of report whether it becomes public or not. I think that's another step of the process that could be argued about but bars. Don is basically keep that process going forward devlin national security reporter at the washington post. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me. Hey there it's mango host. Genius co founder of mental floss. And like many of you. I'm one of the twenty one million people that have picked up gardening in the past six months. 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And we have the competency running now leslie joseph's aviation reporter at cnbc. Thanks for joining us leslie. Thanks for having me wanted to talk about the seven thirty seven max again the last time we had you on the faa had just given approval to Bowing to start flying these planes again. This was after it had been grounded for twenty months and just last week american airlines. They started flying some executive staff in media on the plane so that they can get it out there in the public you or one of those people that were actually able to fly on the plane. I just remember. Once the news came out. Everybody was saying right away. Ooh i don't know i might wanna way let's get. Let's get a few flying out of the way before. I can go on it. So let's just start there. You did get to ride on the plane. How did it go. where did you go. How far was the flight. The flight was about an hour. The first flight actually went from dallas fort worth which is american airlines headquarters to your maintenance base tulsa and they hosted a bunch of media. They are show how they were take planes out of storage. I took the flight from tulsa back to dallas or worth. It was about an hour pretty smooth and not a lot to see the interior looks not unlike other narrow bodies people afloat on seven thirty seven. Max was in service for about two years by the time. The plane was grounded so lots of folks have already been on the plane and the changes that airlines were waiting to the planes to make them airworthy again. They're not really to the is so there's really done a lot to see that be different. Tell me a little bit about some of the changes they made. I know pilot training was something different on simulator. Something that didn't happen the first time around with this and caste system. So what other changes did they make. Su pilot training is one of the similar training. Wasn't a part of the original. They did add. That steps of pilots are starting to cycle through those training modules. Now airlines airlines are starting near pilots on very seen. The system that was implicated flight control system was implicated both of those fatal. Crashes that bowie's worked to make that less aggressive and give pilots more control so that both of those crashes the pilots essentially fighting this automated system that was activated by getting incorrect sensor data and it continually push the nose of the plane down so now they're upgrade that they are stalled in american airlines continues in other words a continue to install on their Seven thirty seven max airplanes. It won't have those same characteristics. Lord control will be in the hands of the pilots. American airlines is going to be the first to start re flying these planes going to be coming at the end of december. I think what do we know about that. So they're supposed to be first in the us to start on the twenty ninth start slow for lack of a better term. They're going to have flights between miami. And new york's laguardia airport with the goal is to eventually expand this to other airports. I mean they had twenty four of these airplanes in their fleet the time of the grounding and they have several dozen more order so it's a big part of american sleet and other airlines going forward for years. But it's an it's going to take that long to get all those planes into service routes from my understanding they airlines are going to clearly note when somebody books a flight and it's going to be on a seven thirty seven max and then passengers can have the option to switch plane or or do a lot of that stuff. How will all that workout. Yes of the irwin says that they're going to be very transparent about it. So your flight. You'll see you know the time the date the routing and don't say look at the equipment type seven thirty seven max there've been some reports out there. That the name boeing. His three gently stepped away from using the name in certain instances for example some press releases little maybe unlike the second or third reference. It won't say the word max. So seven thirty. Seven or seven hundred seventy eight and even seven. Thirty seven max. I flew on the safety card. Says seven thirty seven. It doesn't say. Max and i actually flew an older model of seven thirty seven which has been in service this whole time on my commercial flight back home and it was the same safety card. So you're not seeing those things but the airlines say that will now that you can book flights on the plane. Don't wanna fly plane. They will allow them to switch to another flight. We talked about this last time as well. Returning to flying during a pandemic. Let's look at thanksgiving passenger. Traffic was at an eight month. High over thanksgiving but that was forty percent lower than last year and obviously health officials. Don't want people flying too much right now. But this is just one of those other difficulties that these other airlines You know the planemakers. Everybody's having this problem right now. That's a bigger problem than the max rate. Now i mean because there are so few people travelling in airlines of course have to convince people to fly at all. Whether they're on a mac or they're under an older seven thirty seven right around and airbus clayton. So that's kind of a bigger concern on then also policing people on the planes. Make sure they're wearing masks and things like that so we did see a spike in air. Travel over thanksgiving holiday the multi. It was actually just forty percent of last year's level since then air travel generally early december is kind of a low anyway. We've seen that go back to. I mean we're like a third of where we were last year so it remains to be seen how we go at christmas. Obviously another big holiday. The peak days are actually in the summer What everyone off the airports very full but the thing is for airlines through so few days that people travel usually for the holidays that can charge higher fares because everyone wants to get home get to their families their friends for the holidays. But now with koga cases spiking warnings coming out of the cdc and from other health officials against travel that remains to be seen whether people go. Through with their bookings airlines have become more flexible. Saying okay you book and then we will allow you to change your plate for another another time so we could see people cancelling and maybe traveling later. When there's a vaccine or maybe cases start to go down something along those lines leslie joseph's aviation reporter at cnbc. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you maybe they mistake. That less vaccine is effective. Or maybe more effective. But that's actually one of the other remaining questions is that it seems to have ninety percent numbers based on these small number at then joining us out with sarah staff writer at the atlantic. Thanks for joining us. Sarah thanks for having me one to focus a little bit more on some vaccine news. This story has a little more to do with the astra zeneca vaccine candidate. Did you wrote an article about how we're gonna be a lot of different vaccine results and this is just the beginning. Obviously we have the visor vaccine candidate than modern vaccine candidate. Very good news over ninety four percent effective against corona virus. But we're going to need a lot more than just those two vaccines to vaccinate the united states and beyond that the entire world so astra zeneca had some pretty good results to but as you wrote in your article. There's of confusing things around it. So we're going to be seeing more news out of them other vaccine candidates this is kind of just the beginning from it but walk us through some of the news that we found out from astrazeneca. There was different effectiveness rates based on dosing. There's a lot of confusing things that went on with it so now shares lanka announcing results. It kind kinda put out to different numbers one is that they're vaccine in kind of two shots to everyone who got two full shots. That was sixty two percent effective and then prove interestingly people who got half of a first shot or half does i shot in a full. Do second shot does to be ninety percent effective. So this kind of do little exchange at i right like why less and more effective and we don't really know one of the things that kind of later kind of came out very quickly after you've confusing results is actually this pasta shot. It was a mistake. It was because the company was manufacturing the vaccine just literally manufacturing mistake. There's lots accent in the filed. Thought so maybe they tutors. Mistake that less vaccine is stop effective. Or maybe more effective. But that's actually one of the other remaining is that it seems to have the ninety percent numbers he based on these small number of events. So we don't actually know if it's real or a fluke or maybe we do know that the people who got the house senate panel younger side so at this point. We just don't really to themselves yet. As i mentioned that we have the two leading candidates visor and madonna. Those are are in a vaccines. This vaccine the astrazeneca vaccine is difference vector vaccine and it uses called an identical virus. Can you explain that a little bit. So that'll various is one of the virus that causes common colds so basically what oxford scientists in this cases they took virus normally infects chimpanzees. And the reason you wanna to take a chimpanzee viruses that we all sort of have a little bit of humidity to human no viruses so in order to kind of get from bringing to the new system. You have to find pantheon delaware's until what they do take basically at the genetic coding for the space protein of the coronavirus cov eighteen tick that bit of carnivores protein coding. And put that inside be done virus b-actor so it's kind of like you're almost of using the cold virus a trojan horse. Get this little piece of like protein from the corona virus inside so so this is actually kind of gives us maybe a little bit of a clue of why less vaccines might be better though again. We don't really know better in this case but one of the things that can happen with this specific type of vaccine is that your immune system can also learn recognize the virus sector that cold virus and kind of started talking that instead of just now response against the current virus protein so it could be that just a little bit less than that. You kind of thread the needle to kinda keep them you just enough boost but not so much about it starts reacting to the vector the diner virus but finds kind of interest in out. What are the other big things with. All of this is transparency. There's a lot of reluctance on the part of americans to take these vaccines in the first place. They felt like things were being rushed all that. These clinical trials are being done in the best way possible so people should be confident in the results. once they're finally done but the transparency part of it is also an issue. They didn't come out right away and say this was an error dosing error. I am manufacturing era and all that it a little bit of time after the results started coming out that we started realizing all of this and this is going to be the theme going on for this vaccine candidate and others that transparency issue is going to be something. That's very important for sure. And i will say to give credit where credit's due. I think feiger donor actually did do a pretty good job with transparency. They released his kind of unprecedented. But you know what times they actually released trial protocols which kind of let us know you know exactly one to go and look at the data. How many cases and what they're looking for and so when they was still all it was exactly what they told us they were going to do and it was all quite clear had enough detail that i think. I just felt quite confident. In the ninety four ninety five percent efficacy number astrazeneca also have released pro protocol for their trial in the us. But in this announcement the data actually came from the uk and brazil and those protocols are also available. At least you one but it was just. The data was just kind combined in the way. That was confusing. And as you say didn't tell us the it was initially mistake nor did they specify that you know the people who got the half full both they were on the whole younger so if all this had kind of just kinda come out this was like a mistake is sort of you. Don't want to happen right. And like you know you might argue that in such a case you should really strive for transparency and this case they did not do that and lives only kinda later reporting that started to clarify what actually happened servicing staff writer at the atlantic. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you can't talk that's today. Join us on social media at daily depart on both twitter and instagram comment. 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How Rush Limbaugh Spawned Glenn Beck | Guest: Christopher Rufo | 2/18/21

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It was a bag of really all donuts that somebody had left From the construction crew. So you know. I love him. He's got my kind of eating habits that you know when you find a bag of doughnuts. You're like i don't know they still look kinda good but i give him rough greens now now. They haven't changed his dog food. I still feed him the same stuff that i've been feeding him however we add rough greens to it and that's because it has all of the vitamins minerals and the probiotics that he needs for a great and healthy life and he has changed as a dog. We started feeding him. I don't know eight months ago and he really has changed. You're gonna love the change. you see. Get a bag of rough greens. Now for your dog to try out it's free. It's absolutely free. You just pay for the shipping. They wanted they know that once you start to see the changes in your dog. They know you're going to continue with rough greens so yeah it is a little ploy giveaway a bag for free. Make sure that they eat it. And then when you order your first bag you're two months into it probably and you're gonna start seeing the difference in your dog six months into it. It's amazing rough. Greens eight three three glenn. Thirty three eight three three glenn thirty three. It's like eight bucks for shipping for the bag. You just pay for the shipping rough greens the first ones on them bag a free bag of rough greens for your dog to try out at rough. Greens dot com slash beck rush. Limbaugh had one thing in common one thing in common and that is every show rush. Didn't know what his first words were going to be. You could ask him right before he went on the air and he prepare for hours five or six hours the night before four hours before every program in the morning and by noon eastern time. He had his what he called. Stacks stuff arranged in front of him in columns he could see the subject matter on everything he had and He could look at it. He would grab it an early on before. Rush limbaugh was rush. Limbaugh people would come in and say okay rush. What are you going to talk about today. What he you know. What's the most important thing you're going to talk about today. What is it and he'd always respond. I i don't know. I can't tell you until the on air light went on. And he said those first words and his golden microphone. It was a spontaneous coming together of his thoughts. And no one no one except talk. Radio people can understand that the greatest actors the greatest performers. They don't write their own script and if they do they write it in advance. Unlike us unlike rush we speak for three hours every day unscripted. Unlike most his desk was his broadcast studio. He didn't move from an office into a studio just before the program when he arrived every morning it was about a mile down from his house. He worked in studio. It was built to be soundproof. But also have the very best creature comforts for a person to work from seven eight ten hours with minimal movement. My studio is next to his radio. City my studio didn't have all the bells and whistles that his had one of them was a secret cigar smoke vent. Because you couldn't smoke in radio city was illegal in new york. And that what he wanted to smell the recirculating cigar smoke so god only knows how he got. It done a historic building. But he had a cigar vent put into the window and the window put back together so it didn't disturb the historic building and no one even knew it was there the morning before mornings before his show or quiet. He really was a man of few words in his studio for many years. There wasn't even a broadcast engineer. It was just him later when he lost his hearing. He needed abroad broadcast engineer to help here the audio his co. clear implants wouldn't pick up or discern. I was there when they found out that rush limbaugh had lost his hearing. I remember that night. I think stu is with me. We're engaged hobbs office and we had just heard that rush. It was still quiet. No one was going to talk about it for at least another two weeks. That rush had lost his hearing. And i remember listening to him at that time and he was he was talking like this awful alter or from behind by golden micro vogler and he was forcing his voice down and it sounded weird and i wondered what was going on with rush that night i found out he thought he was losing his lower register. He thought his voice was getting higher and so he was forcing his voice down just a bit. He wasn't losing his lower register. He was he was losing his hearing. I remember how the company did everything they could to help him. Through that i remember he came back on the air. And he had to stenographers an oscilloscope and they had wired his board. Right where you would hear him do this. That board was wired so it would send vibrations so when someone was speaking on the phone he could feel their voice. He could see the voice pattern through the oscilloscope. He could feel it through. His hands and two stenographers were writing down. Everything caller was saying in case one of them didn't get it right. He could compare the two so he could watch in real time what they were saying. Watch the voice pattern of the caller and feel the voice with his hands while still processing what he was going to say. Tell me the person that can do that. Tell the person that can do that and you never knew. He didn't know what his own voice sounded like anymore. While he was talking on the air he couldn't hear himself. We hear ourselves on tape and we think that has it sound like me but it actually does. It sounds exactly like you. You're just not used to not hearing it from the inside. You hear your voice different because it's coming from the inside so you're not hearing it without all the residents inside of you rush. Couldn't hear that anymore. From behind my golden microphone he had that inflection because he had to remember what his muscles felt like when he was using inflection. I didn't know rush limbaugh. I guess in some ways. I'm a little like rush. He didn't like to take telephone calls. And after the co clear in plants he couldn't but he didn't like off air conversation he would email later text message instant message but when you did meet him he listened for a guy who's on the air all the time. You'd think that he'd have a lot to say and people around him would want to hear him. Talk hari rush what he really think. What do you think really is going on. But ninety percent of the conversations with rush off air was your voice. He was a profound listener. I think that's one of the reasons why he knew the country so well rush. Limbaugh is responsible for saving the am band all around the country. I grew up on. Am radio rca had invented fm radio back in the late forties. The guy who actually invented. I think his name was armstrong. He he killed himself because of rca he realized he had been used by rca and sarnoff he had invented something much better than am radio but rca in sarnoff said there are too many am radios to sell before we give up on this thing and they locked fm up into their vaults and they sold more and more am radios until they couldn't sell any more and that's when they introduced fm. I grew up. I started on. Am radio before fm was really anything. It was still an. Here's another wreck. Unroll yet in a godet vida and by the time the nineteen nineties came. I was programming. Am radios am radio stations. And they were dying. There was nothing in a guy who used to be. The head of abc. Abc radio decided towards the end of his career that he would take some of his salary in something brand new satellite time and abc. Okay all right do that. That's what you want you want x. Number of hours this year a satellite. I'm okay what are you gonna use it for. I know i dunno. Just keep storing them up for me and by the time he laughed. Am radio or i'm sorry. Abc radio satellite was really starting to come into its own but it was still mainly television or radio news. i remember when. Abc news used to come in. Not on satellite ahead coming in on telephone line. Satellite was just beginning to start to be used by radio but not for syndicated talk. It didn't exist. There was the fairness doctrine which made am radio impossible. Talk radio impossible. Because everything i said had to be followed by a guy who was just as insane as glenn beck except on the other side. Nobody wanted to listen to a station like that. The fairness doctrine was dropped rush limbaugh. Who had been turned down by so many great people. Jack swanson from k. g. o. Right that jack was k. o. In san francisco. Jack was a guy who was one of the first to reach out to me and say you know. I think you have something kid. I think there's something to this talkradio thing. Don't give up. And i said wow that's great. Would you hire me. And he said oh but remember. I'm the guy who didn't hire rush. Limbaugh jackie got to now. He went to work rush. Went to work with this little radio station in sacramento and nobody thought it would work. Nobody thought it would work rush. Did he knew from his childhood. He knew he was going to be successful. I'm going to pick the store up there in one minute i let me tell you about our sponsor it's lifelock lifelock. They warn you that right now. There is a scam going around a message. Claiming hey you can have a free year of net netflix's all you have to do is just give us all of your information and people for some reason like laws. 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Rush was one of those guys. I grew up with a grew up in a bakery with my dad. He lost his bakery. And in my thirties. I began to realize my dad was kind of a willy loman character. Always striving striving but never really making it. There's no reason for him to believe that his son could make it because he never really did but he did. He believed in it. He believed you can accomplish anything. I don't know where rush got that. Belief but every successful entrepreneur has that understanding and then willing to apply themselves and not stand around and wine rush hated school. He hated his grade school experience. He dropped out of college at twenty. His father was a world war. Combat pilot And his father wasn't happy about these things. His radio gigs failed over and over and over again he had to come home and live with his parents. After a stint in pittsburgh he grew depressed. He was frustrated. He said i knew i was going to be successful. I just didn't know how or where what i would be doing. He said i knew. I was going to be successful but nothing was ever working out for me. Said i can remember taking a baseball bat out in the backyard and chest beating a tree over and over and over again. Oh my gosh homa gosh. Abusing trees shut up. So ed mclaughlin was the president of abc news. He was the guy who had all of this satellite time. He saw the success of this guy who everybody said would be a failure. And ed was smart enough to see what was really going on with the rush limbaugh show in that small town of sacramento and he said jeeze. I have all this satellite time. I don't know what else to do with it. He called rush. Limbaugh said hey. I was thinking about a singing about syndicating you in a time. Where syndication was unheard of you couldn't syndicate without satellite and satellite was so expensive. It was i think at the time. Like two thousand dollars an hour and that's when two thousand dollars was real money all this satellite time. Try putting your show on. That was one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I remember hearing rush limbaugh for the first time in nineteen eighty nine and i remember the rush rooms. I remember him talking about the first gulf war in ways i had never heard before saying things i had never heard saying. The things like abortion is wrong. I hadn't heard that. I hadn't heard that articulated. Something was very different about rush. Limbaugh and i don't know what it is exactly but as an observer as a historian as a guy who loves this industry. I've got a lot more to say about the great rush limbaugh next. This is the glenn beck program. Moir would all this weather owner and ramadi aches and pains. I can tell it's gonna rain today. 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Glenn the promo code is glenn sought thirty bucks off your subscription blaze tv peac blaze tv dot com slash glen. This is the glenn beck program today. I want to spend some time. Just talking about rush. Limbaugh i think he deserves a day On the medium that he himself created a told you that he saved. Am radio amre was over because of crystal clear stereo fm and am. Radio didn't know what to do. They were playing music and then they tried. This horrible idea of am stereo. Oh good so. I could get the crappy southbound in both channels no. I don't think so it went nowhere. Nothing was going to save. Am radio until rush. Limbaugh rush limbaugh created an industry rush limbaugh at the end of the fairness doctrine which was only put in because of the democrats with jfk. They knew the republicans were making Making headway and jfk decided we'd need fairness doctrine which was anything bought the only place after nineteen eighty eight with rush limbaugh and after reagan in the kills the fairness doctrine rush. Limbaugh was the only place you could really go and hear a different point of view. You could hear somebody. Sit down and really explain and articulate. Why america believes what it does. Why why abortion was wrong. Why liberalism and marxism was wrong. Why federalism and the republic was right to hear about our founding fathers. All of us all of us in radio. And i mean all of us. I mean those who are in music radio today during covid. It was talk. Radio that saved radio all of the sponsors. All of the things of the problems that these companies have gone through only talk radio was generating cash. Everything else was down only talk. Radio talk radio during covid saved the am and fm band and in my opinion. That's two in the column for rush. Limbaugh he saved the am band and because of what he created and because of what he led he also saved the a m the fm band. Who else has done this. What other one man not a movement you know you can. You can look at people that are individuals like jfk. Look what. I'm not sorry not. Jfk but Martin luther king. You can see what he did but it wasn't just him. That was labor unions. That was church is that was that there were big organizations behind him. Who is behind rush. Limbaugh he had more opposition than any man. He was called the most dangerous man in america by those in power and those in the media for three decades. They tried everything to get rush. Limbaugh off the air. And i i would be. It would be a mistake for me. I hesitate to even say this. Because i know the heat he will get but the guy who started. Mtv is bob pittman. Bob pittman is a g. He's really truly a genius. Bob pittman. i don't agree on anything politically i mean. Nothing and i'm sure it was the same with rush. Limbaugh nothing in common politically. When bob pittman became the The head of clear channel. I was very nervous because he is not a conservative. What bob pittman is is not just a good business man but a man who believes in freedom of speech he does not believe in a country that shuts everyone down. Just because you don't agree with them it would be a mistake to say that. Russia did all of this on his own. He did a lot of it but what others had to do was stand up for his right and clear channel and bob pittman has. They stood up for his right and an extension. My right when all odds are against us rush also created something different as well the personal relationship with sponsors and bringing small companies on because nobody nobody in the big companies are going to advertise. They don't want to advertise. They don't want to be associated with all this hate. I can guarantee you that all those people that tweeted yesterday the hate have never listened to rush limbaugh. Not once never did they listen to him in context. I've said many times before. And i think originally got it from rush limbaugh. I can't program. I can't write my show and do my show for people who don't listen. That's that's insanity. Why would i do that. But it is the people who don't listen. They are the ones who tear us apart because they don't take the time to actually even try to understand what we're saying. Try to understand. Oh that was a comedic comment. You can say anything on the left chemically but if you try to say it on the right especially on talk radio you're the devil that's okay you can judge a man by his friends but you can also judge a man by his enemies and rush had some of the best enemies out there. They did everything they could to destroy him. They spent millions of dollars to destroy him. It didn't work and you know why it didn't work because of you because you wouldn't sit down. You wouldn't be bullied into not listening. You wouldn't be bullied into being. Shut up the talk. Radio stations when they were boycotted. Those listeners rallied when they were boycotted. The sponsors the listeners. They went out and bought those products. Even more i got an email from a really good friend yesterday. Greg noack he used to be the the president of premier talk division. He worked with rush for years then he went out and he did work for smaller businesses. He wrote to me today said glen. I took the owners of alan brothers stakes to meet rush in palm beach. One time rush had agreed to endorse their company and their commercials were to start in a few weeks. We entered the building not wanting to be late. Three pm sharp. We went up to the floor where russia's studio was he had just finished his show and he came out to the lobby. meeting area. Degreed us as we sat down rush. Said this quote. It is true honor for you to have placed your trust in me. I love helping privately. Owned small businesses. like yours grow. Think of the people that you're going to hire and the places they will go. The colleges their children will be able to attend. That's why i do this program to attract the largest audience possible. Tell them stories about companies like yours. I am a capitalist and it gives me great pleasure to further the advancement of capitalism. Knowing how many people down the line will benefit from your ad then. He opened up his legal pad. He said i did. Some research on your products ordered several items. I tasted my have a few questions for you. He then spent thirty minutes of questioning the owners. The owners jaws dropping in amazement when they witnessed how interested rush was in them as people in their business. Greg wrote to me last night just before we left rush turn and said how many hits per second can your website handle they answered. I don't remember the number but rush replied with a twinkle in his eye and a chuckle. Well i'll see what i can do about that. We all shook hands the meeting ended. I got into the elevator with the owners. One said with wide eyes and a huge smile. He's gonna try to crash. Our website isn't he. I looked at him and said no. He's not gonna try. He will he knows he will. He's rush limbaugh. He knows his audience. He knows they're gonna love your product. His first commercially crashed the website. Their business grew exponentially you've ever had snapple. You have rushed thank was a small little brand that nobody knew about started drinking snapple. He started talking about it on the air. He wasn't paid to talk about it and snapple became snapple. Rush was a kind man. I think he was very shy. And no matter how many times he said what challenge on loan from god. That was a joke. Just a few brushes with rush. Limbaugh told me he wasn't that man. That was an act. That was a show. He was a gentleman always he was exceptional at what he did. I wanna tell you my personal experiences with rush limbaugh and the mount rushmore of radio in a few minutes standby carshield. They say carshield cars. Go further why is that well. Your car doesn't go and go and go and go because now with all of the chips that are in your car one ship can cost you five thousand dollars and you know at the time your car may be worth two and so they just totally you have to go out and buy a new one and then start payments over again. You can drive your car until the doors fall off if you have carshield because all whatever goes wrong if it's covered repair you don't have to worry about it at all. I've had a. I think it was six or seven thousand dollar chip. Go down in my truck. And the last thing i wanted was a new truck. I don't need a new truck. I like my old truck. Six thousand dollars if i was going to pay for it. I just bought a new truck another used truck for fifteen grand and use that one until that ship goes out. What a waste of money. 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I remember my last job before. Starting and radio was i was working at a furniture company and scheduling deliveries and. I had to go get a drug test for this job. Which by the way a past all that relies anyway. But i remember sitting in the waiting room and i was into radio and i wanted to go into radio and i remember the cover. I can't remember if it was newsweek. Or time or it was one of those types of magazines. The big ones at the time and the cover was rush limbaugh and it was a cartoon and it was explaining how it was over. Finally we finally are done with the rush. Limbaugh it was over. this is like nineteen ninety-six. I mean they had declared him dead so many times in his career every time and every time he fought back to the point where he lasted literally until his last day. As the number one star. In all of radio and influence. Well beyond that statement. I mean it really is incredible and he did it all basically without social media. I mean one of the things. I i was amazed about. You mentioned this when you talked about him years ago. For what was it. The top one hundred most important people or something something with him. He never tweets. I mean he did a little bit of it towards the end but barely. It really wasn't part of his profile and his death was not tweeted about it was not leaked beforehand. It was told at the very beginning of his radio show by his wife. That doesn't happen it doesn't happen. I mean they're just do not make them like him anymore. They don't exist yet thank you. That's sad isn't it. Really lose him at a critical time but were up for the challenge. Morning glenn beck program all right. Let me Let me tell you about Rough greens. I'd love to hear about it. Would you yeah rough. Greens is what. I feed my dog. Oh no it's what Pat feeds his dog. What stu feeds his dog and when stews dog and pats dog get big enough. I'll feed their dogs to know sprinkle a little rough greens on top of them. 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Conservatives need to take the time today and just recognize where we are and the freedoms we have. And i think in no small part because of rush limbaugh. I'll explain that in sixty seconds a program all right. Let me tell you about american financing. You tired of me shouting from the rooftops about how you need to be fiscally responsible. There's so much. Chaos going on in the financial world right now and if you don't believe that Have you seen the price of bitcoin. Today it's still fifty one fifty two. What is it fifty. One eight fifty one eight okay all time high all-time high just a couple of weeks ago. It was thirty. Why is this happening because of the spending that is coming your way and the way the federal reserve bank and the central banks around the world are treating cash. This is the next generations gold now unlike gold. I don't know if it will still be around but this is what this generation is looking at. 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Why i'm starting here as i'm talking about rush limbaugh i remember sitting in a broadway play. It was a saturday afternoon. My wife and i were going and in the middle of the play a security agent comes up and hands me his phone and it was on a news story and it was that gabby giffords had been shot and they of course were blaming it on right wing extremists which it wasn't a crazy man who was a supporter of the left but more importantly he had a problem with the way. I think the alphabet were amer weird grammar hanging. It was very strict and he was crazy yesterday so he was crazy but at the time they were blaming it on right wing extremists and the violence and i looked at my wife. It was a saturday. I think and i looked at my wife and i said this next week is going to be hell monday. I got a call from fox. I got a call from roger ailes office who had been trying to get his thumb on me for a while he had tried all kinds of things. That were really really despicable One of the things i learned at fox was everyone said i can never leave fox because well i just oh roger too much after working there for a while i realize some people actually meant that they owed him because they had saved him or save them from something. It was And it wasn't roger ailes. It was Well i'm not going to get into it but And i remember thinking he is going to threaten to fire me. Because he called on monday and said i wanna see glenn in my office. You know three pm thursday. That week was a very long week. And i tried to think how to out. Think this how to not get trapped. Because if roger fired me that week he would basically be saying glenn beck was responsible for gabby giffords and i would have to bow the knee and i couldn't do that but i couldn't get fired either. What was i going to do. I kept my office out. I had an office at fox buddy. Never used it. I think i used it like twice. And the only reason why i went up there one time was to show my kids that it overlooked the eminem store in times square Kept my office as separate. Because i didn't want to be there. I wanted to retain my own independence and we are about three blocks away. And i was walking and we had four game this every way you could imagine and i had been told by very wise people get sick. Don't go in. you can't go in because you he will put you in a position to where you're you won't win. You won't win alway over. I'm saying a prayer. And i'm like p- lord i got nothing i got nothing i don't this is it. I need some divine intervention. Some help something. And i remember walking past his secretary's desk and she looked at meal. She she had weird unspoken communication with me. I could tell what. I was walking into And she just looked up at me and he said he's waiting for you. And i thought to myself i bet he is and i opened up the door and the minute i crossed the threshold. I was filled with empathy for him. It wasn't a scheme. It wasn't a plan. it was nothing. I was suddenly overcome with empathy for this older man. He was sitting behind his desk. Usually he would get up and he'd come around his desk and he go young man good to see you. this time. He sat behind his desk. Didn't move and he looked up. And i saw him for who i felt he really was for the first time. An absolute genius who had lost his way. Who now was kind of questioning everything that he did because he knew he wasn't he wasn't the best man he could be. He was he was really interesting guy and he said we've got a lot to talk about. And i said roger before we do and this was sincere. I didn't know where it came. I know now where. I didn't know where this came from but i was so i was so deeply empathetic for him and i said roger i have a feeling over this is going but before we get into any of that and whatever happens happens let me. I just thank you for this. He said what. And i said. I believe that. America wouldn't be america today if you hadn't have started fox news. News didn't save america. But you gave us extra time you gave us maybe twenty years. Maybe maybe after nine eleven. Imagine america without fox news without an opposing voice or voice standing up. Imagine what the country would be like. I said without you run. Reagan may not have won. You advised him and gave him great advice. That helped him win. So thank you. And i looked at him and he had tears in his eyes and he could tell that i actually meant that that that wasn't some ploy. I actually meant that. And he said you mean that. Don't you and i said yeah i'm thinking to myself strangely i do. I've never even thought of it. But yes i do. He sat there behind his desk and he kind of padded his desk for a minute. He said come on over. Sit on the couch. I gotta talk to you about something and we sat there and we talked about nothing for an hour. Nothing and then. I said well if there is an anything else i gotta get to the floor to do the show and he said. Oh yeah kashem sorry. Held you up for so long and i walked out. Everybody was outside of the building. Oh my whole staff was outside of the building waiting there like what happened. What happened. And i'm like nothing happened as i walked out. I heard him say get pale in on the phone and that was the day that palin had problems at fox that we all are aware of. So why am i telling you this story in relation rush limbaugh. Give me sixty seconds symbolic blame okay. We all regret things in life. All of us you know times we. We tried to do the right thing and we. We didn't make it times that we didn't try to do the right thing and we accomplished whatever it was feel horrible There is one success. However you may have had in your life that Year like crap and that's when you were successful at signing that contract for a timeshare. Yeah there was probably somebody very very good. 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With roger ailes megan kelly. And i had a great conversation recently about roger and how complex he was and how there was a side of him that i didn't know that was just really dirtbags central But there was another side that was amazing. he was one of the. He's one of the greatest thinkers i've ever met and when i say thinker i met other people who are you know. Literal rocket scientists. I mean somebody who stood america at its core instinctually instinctively. He just knew it. He would have been the greatest broadcaster of all time. He's the producer of the rush. Limbaugh television show. Roger ailes was before there was fox. News that's one of the things he was doing. He believed in an america that he lived. That's not to say he believed in you know he told me one time. Hey i know we book. We both believe in the constitution. But you know sometimes you gotta do what you got to remember. Say no not when it comes to the constitution you do what it says period but he understood america and he understood the entrepreneur and he understood people who could come from nothing and i think that's why i think that's what he saw in rush limbaugh and i think that's what rush limbaugh rush. Limbaugh may have seen in him. And what i saw in him rush. Had this instinct of of what. America was thinking and feeling and wasn't afraid to be out of step. It just was him. It's who he was. I tried to think of somebody that i could put in his category. 'cause he's one man. It's not like rodriguez and fox news. Roger ailes what. He accomplished a lot but he took a lot of talent to do that. This is one man and one man's talent one show three hours a day. Look at how different we are because of rush limbaugh think of what we know because of rush limbaugh think of the number of jobs saved because of rush limbaugh. Can you think of anyone who has impacted the culture as one man martin. Luther king had a team around him. Not comparing the two. I'm just trying to think who i thought last night maybe johnny carson maybe was just an entertainer. Carson changed a lot of things but but it wasn't fundamental principles of life. He impacted the culture but it was. There was no depth to it was important but it wasn't essential. Can you think of anyone that had this impact as one human being. They say you don't know the impact one person can have. She's a great example of that. I don't think people because those who didn't listen to them. We're the ones who had the loudest opinions. I don't think people knew who rush really was as i said in the opening monologue last hour. That rush was a quiet guy he listened. He was a loyal guy. Most of his staff has been with him for twenty years twenty five years some of them thirty years he had a thirty two year career to have staff members with you for thirty of those thirty two. That's pretty remarkable. He's the only guy they say he sold out for money. He said he says for money did he. You know what he didn't abandon. Not only what his core beliefs were but he never abandoned. The relationship of am and fm radio satellite radio podcasting. All of that stuff was derivative. In fact we were just talking about it. Name the person who die and it's broken kept completely silent until his own show. He was about his show. People like rush limbaugh annoy people believe him because beyond all of the bluster he was genuine. He has been incredibly charitable. But most people don't know about it. Most people don't know that when you went to run lunch or dinner with rush limbaugh If it was exceptional service or if he found out something about this the server that was unique special the tip would be remarkable remarkable fifty million dollars to lymphoma leukemia family. Shen he and his wife. Catherine supported the marine corps. The law enforcement association the tunnel to towers foundation and so many others privately. He changed the lives of multiple people privately. Quietly if you had a problem rush was there when people say oh i oh my career that When i say. I owe my career to rush. Limbaugh i mean that literally i oh my career to rush limbaugh. I'll explain and tell you about the mount rushmore can now be built the mount rushmore of radio of real deep lasting impact. Next the glenn beck program if you want. Just the best night's sleep you've ever had you want consistently money waiting for get my pillow. My pillow been tell you about my pillow and all products for a long time. Now mazing It's amazing how much. If i walked into a store and i could buy it in a store i wouldn't purchase it. I would pick it up. And i would feel it and i'd be like will issa stupid billow But once you sleep with it and you put your fist through each side of it and it fluffs up and it stays that way all night. E i i mean. 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What a stupid question. But his response was brilliant No i'm not are you. Are you a racist. No are you a homophobic. No okay good. We're both clear now. I mean just not afraid of it not afraid. Of it tucker. Carlson asked me last night. Show how he could remain so optimistic and not get better and it's because rush and anyone who is in this industry that is smart. You pay attention to the people who listened to you not to the people who don't rush knew who he was talking about. He also knew who he was. See when when people on the left are questioned Which is rare. They don't they don't have to think about Who they are or their view or if that viewpoint could be interpreted as being racist without them being racist what did said. How is it that. I could be aided by so many people. How many people think this about people on the right. We're expected if you believe these things you expect going in. They're gonna get trashed now. You may not know the extent that maybe a little shocking. But you question yourself if you're thinking decent human being you question yourself while they said that about me is that true. Is that who i am. And you think about your positions because you're challenged the time here not challenged in what. He's nobody seriously challenging. Cossio cortez in her green new deal only seriously challenging. Anybody who's challenging. That they can just say well. They're a race diet on climate. Change science deniers. Never don't have to think about it anymore. It's actually a benefit to be pushed like the right is pushed. We have to know what we believe. In when i said i owe my career to rush limbaugh. I literally meaning i. Oh my career to rush limbaugh rush. Limbaugh came in to this Industry and he created something brand new. There are no. am radios in cars in europe anymore. They're shutting down all the. Am radio stations. Aim radio doesn't exist. Why they don't have rush limbaugh. They didn't have something like rush limbaugh to bring everybody back to the. Am dial to make sure people were actually using that. I honestly don't know what happens to radio. Now that rush is out. I don't know how long talk radio and people like us survive. This is a huge huge loss. Because he had to get rid of him before you get rid of clowns like me you had to get rid of him now that he's gone. I don't. I don't know what happens from here but i oh my career to rush you know. I think people thought that this was a slam. At least the media printed it as such. He did an interview with the today show and he was asked about me. Do you worry about the new guys coming up on the block. He's like no what glenn beck quote. Look what i've spawned. Glenn beck is to me right on. Glenn beck is the result of my success. He's ripe hundred percent. Sure one hundred percent right. There's not a lot of people that could say something that outrageous and be one hundred percent accurate. That is one hundred percent accurate as true. An anonymous it's not only just political talk. Radio does just like sports. Radio exist today without rush limbaugh while him saving the am dial so that. So many stations would be able to thrive. That weren't just news talk. I mean the entire sports radio format basically owes its you know life to rush to in many ways rush said on his last show of twenty twenty just a few weeks ago that he largely sees himself as a political failure. He said my career has been enormously successful by any standard. But there's a large part of me that feels like i failed in such a major way in thirty years. I've tried to convince people try to persuade. People try to encourage people to critically think on their own to realize the difference between conservative in a liberal the difference between republicans and democrats as it relates to conservative principles versus liberal principles. I think anybody who honestly does their job. Feels that way somebody. Who's doing it for the money so minutes doing for the fame. They don't feel that way. I think almost all of us in talk radio feel that way. What else could we have done. How come this hasn't made the impact that we hope but what rush was missing. and what. sometimes. I feel to see and others is that we're not a collective we believe in the individual we believe one individual can change the world and that's where our change comes from somewhere out there. There is somebody who has been deeply profoundly changed by rush limbaugh. Somebody who's been deeply and profoundly changed by mark levin steven crowder ben shapiro all of those names. I just gave you a one hundred percent. Their career one hundred percent to rush limbaugh. Mount rushmore of radio could be carved today on it would be rush. Limbaugh on it would be paul harvey on the radio. Mount rushmore would be don imus and probably in the washington position would be bob. Hope those four men. And really the only one that i would question would be paul harvey because paul harvey really kind of stepped into the shoes of What's his name. Good night good luck. era murray edward r murrow. He did news and brought news in a different way. But in my generation it would be paul harvey. I thought today and yesterday. If you're old enough you may have reached the point to. You're like oh crap. I'm the elder at the table. Now i'm the one talking about all the problems i've been having with gas. We kids used to sit the little kids table. And then we got to the adult table and when you got to the adult table you always hurt all the old people going. Yea this pain and my doctor was late in his boil. And your could we stop talking about all of this stuff and you realize at some point. I'm not at the top of the food chain. I'm the next to be eaten at the bottom of the food chain. I'm the head of the table. And i don't really want to be the head of the table because i know what comes next and i'm not those people i'm yes i'm still talking about gas and boils i'm not those people. Those people were wise and good and decent. I have been the most fortunate man. The guy who really invented morning radio was don imus. The morning zoo was a knockoff. In many ways of don imus. He invented that he was my friend. I wrote for bob. Hope paul harvey. I met and rush limbaugh's responsible for my career and more than just saving the network or inventing. He was personally responsible for my career. I'll talk about that next hour. And i wanna tell you about how an honest honest very powerful liberal who was the head of the national organization of women in los angeles or in california. How rush limbaugh changed her. I think all of the problems of the world today and they are big. They're going to be there tomorrow. World is still going to be on fire and there's probably going to be a few more fires as well today. I think we should focus on the power of the individual. The power of one man the power of one voice and hopefully you will find yourself somewhere in the stories that i'm trying to tell you today about a great man rush limbaugh. Are you want to save money. Whenever and wherever you can but i also like quality in the things that i pay for so i'm not going to buy something that is not as good and also Now for the first time in my life. i'm like. I'm not doing business with that company. No all right so. Let me give you something that you can change in. Plays a big part of In your life it's patriot. Mobile all the cell towers. Everybody's on the same cell towers now as the big guy. So you know you now have to look at customer service that better with patriot mobile. Es it is Is it gonna cost you less money than the competition a big time. Yes it is can you. 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Today i know next hour to spend some time talking about the foundations of the show. And how you know rush limbaugh was very intimately involved in that Going back a few years but I remember listening to rush limbaugh after high school. And i wanted to get into radio but i really wanted to do sports or comedy stuff and I remember sitting in the beach and fort lauderdale after high school. No money like the only thing i could do is go to a free beach and it had like a walkman and listening to rush limbaugh not really ever thinking about politics all that much and i just remember him bringing up these arguments or callers bring up these arguments that were like liberal points and you know like when you watch law and order where like the prosecution makes her case and you totally think that that's true and then the defense makes their case and they totally like they totally bring you back and forth and i remember him. These points have been made by liberals and know anything about politics. Seem like good points and he had an answer for every one of them every single one of them he had the answer for and it always made much more sense than the initial point and he could he was. He had that unique ability to be able to within a couple of sentences show. How ridiculously absurd. The leftist point was on any given topic. This is why they worked so hard and spent so much time and money to make him into a monster because they needed to put an electric fence around him. You couldn't let anyone in to his audience and listen that's why they never debated anything. He actually said yeah because he was so effective. So that's why i said earlier rush didn't do his show for the people who didn't listen. You can't do that. And that's the laughed. Because early on the left did listen to him and they realized this why they dubbed him the most dangerous man in america because they knew if you listen to him. You'd have that experience you'd be like oh my gosh everything. I thought i knew is wrong. Wait a minute that works and networks with this this and this and and that's that's the biggest rush limbaugh was very successful in any possible way. You could count it but the left was also very successful in convincing half the country that he was an absolute monster monster he wasn't he wasn't as their only defense was to pull him out of context and make him a toxic. I'm gonna give you a. I'm gonna give you an honest liberal diehard head of the national organization of women for a while and how rush limbaugh changed her coming up. Want to talk to you a little bit about the zebra dot com. Insurance can be complicated. And that's why the zebra was created when you see the zebra dot com. Insurance will finally feel like it's in black and white no confusion known the confusion real companies real rates. They're honest they don't sell all your information. 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I think it's important that we give rush limbaugh the credit that rush limbaugh deserve He was a child. Like you know price said come to me. As a child. I think in some ways rush limbaugh was like that Every time the pretenders theme played he became playful childlike when meeting listeners or standing in front of an audience receiving a standing ovation when having simple friends over for dinner always childlike. Never childish it. it stemmed from. He loved what he did. He loved people and when that golden mike was turned on so as he was twelve pm eastern everyday where he would enter the gates of his own self built disneyworld for the very first time. We honor this hour rush. Limbaugh in sixty seconds. I wanna talk to you. A little bit about relief factor. I used to be in a ton of pain all the time. I could barely function just two years ago. I said to stu. I said to Life because i had been trying to do it. 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Relief factor dot com eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four relief factor dot com from behind by cardboard microphone. This is the glenn beck program with no hands tied behind my back and talent on loan from milton. Berle who's been dead for a long time. Welcome to the program. I will tell you. I got into this. This business. this talk radio business in The late nineteen nineties. But i only did shows fill in shows I was doing comedy morning. Shows and and i was sick of it and i got into talk radio because i felt they had something to say but i really got into it also because i wanted to make fun of it. All these Intellectuals that list of you know were high and mighty and most of them in that this time all the local ones were like attorneys. It were all trying to get on. And i'm on expert. Ibew local official the school council and they were boring his snot and i got into it because i wanted to make fun of all of it and i saw things in a completely different way. I think rush limbaugh did the same thing in a way he was making fun of the media and he mocked all of that. Most people don't know that the roots of this show really kind of stem back to florida and and rush limbaugh. I knew the first time we ever did a talk. Radio show. stu will verify. This is true because he it was just like he was so sick of me and this is like nineteen ninety eight ninety seven. We did our first talk radio show and it was just. It was for like an hour two hours. Maybe and i my headphones off. After the first break and i looked at him and he was running the board in helping produce and i looked at him over the board. And i said. We're going to replace dr laura and he said what and i said. This show is going to replace dr laura and he said how about we finish our first show and he told them i said mark my words well the first time i was unkind of a job interview i had done shows first. Wabc and i'd filled in here and there but nobody would give me a job. And i changed my life. I was really struggling in the nineties. I changed my life os and alcoholic. I was. I was going on five years sober. I had found a an amazing woman that loved me and Also was just really good for me. And then i met my wife to no kidding but i married her tanya and my life changed but i couldn't get a job. I get baptized and the the day after my baptism. I just remember this. Because of the i tried for two years tried to get somebody to do. You know represent me. I talked to everybody. I couldn't get anybody to represent me and It was a monday afternoon. And my phone rings at my apartment and guy on the other side of the phone said Hey i understand. You're looking for an agent. And i said yeah i have been for two years. And he said My name's george hill. He was the biggest agent of radio at the time. By far by far he had done everything in his career. He was an nbc executive. He was part of the original Saturday night live legal team. Legend charges allege as a legend He's a legend but anyway he calls me up and he said well. I heard from jack swanson k. g. o. That maybe i would. I should pay attention to you And i said okay. Well thanks and he said well. Jacks the guy who passed on rush limbaugh so. Let's not get too excited joking. And i said Will that's great what we do and he said well. I want to check you out mon check you out. He said I've heard many things about you. Good and bad. He calls me back on wednesday and he said all right. I'll take you on now. I i'm thinking to myself over the last couple of days. I'm thinking to myself. There's a chance this guy won't take ten percent of my money. And i said that to george. He said i'll take you on. I said really. Honestly i've been thinking about this for a while. You mean to tell me that you would pass up of what i'm already making because you wanted to check me out and see and he said you're entering a new territory. He said you wanna go into talk. Radio he said you can't be a fraud in talk radio and i've heard stories about you in the past but i understand that you're trying to change your life you covered up your stable and you're a good man and i said wow well thank you. Yes i am and he said well. That's why i'm taking you on because no one can fake who. They are three hours without a script every day. The audience is too smart. They will figure you out and you're done he said and i've wasted my time so i take that job. I take him as a as a client. I get a job at wfl. A in florida. And i i had to do kind of a kind of a job tryout before and what they decided to do was to let me do my first network show. I had never. I mean i like what did we have. Twenty shows in our back pocket that we had done and And they said we want you to do this. this Network show and rush. Limbaugh has allowed you as allowed us to Put you into his studio in new york city. And i'm like wait. Wait what so. I go into the rush limbaugh studios and stu and i'll never forget this giant oil painting. There's a picture. I think tweeted today. Giant oil painting of rush behind the microphone. And there's the golden microphone and stuff. And i look at each other like i can't believe this and i did my first show because of his kindness of letting us use that studio two years. Go by. I'm working in florida and we went from worst to first. Actually we went from worst to lower To i in a two year period and there was this one week. And i don't even know i don't even know if i've asked you this. Did you know who was on that phone line that week. You don't even remember this so One week just before premiere offers me a position. the phone line at w. f. La is tied up all week during my show. Start at three o'clock was over at seven. One phone line was tied up. And i didn't know why and nobody would tell me. Well i find out later. That rush limbaugh was listening to my show every day that week. Good thing they didn't tell me would have me out. But he was he had been asked to listen to my show by premier. Now i find this out later. The head of premier. Craig kitchen goes down to florida to meet with rush and rush knows that the meeting is about me and craig said to me later after we started to really know each other. We were talking about this. Bogus worth talent on loan from god. And how how. Much of an act. That was humble. He really was in person how quiet he was in person. He wasn't that beat his chest guy that that part was an act but his listeners. New that in on the area in on the joe in on the joke and he said in fact you know we had to ask rush for permission out of courtesy to hire you. And i said but they said yeah. He listened a few weeks ago. You know when you were when you were you know on the air before we before we offered you this gig he listened. We asked him to listen. And i remember the phone line. I'm like oh my gosh. that's it was. They had him listen for a week because they had so much deference for him. Because i was going to be before him on the network they wanted to make sure that rush was okay with the ledin. Apparently he said yes but the point of the story is is while he was sitting there at dinner. When craig sat down the first thing he said was it's been a good run spin a great run. Craig hasn't and craig said yet. Has it's like we've accomplished a lot. And i'm i'm comfortable so don't worry about it. You know not everybody lasts forever. He actually thought that he was having dinner her because they were going to say to him. It's over are you kidding me. Most people don't last thirty years in this business but rush limbaugh didn't know he wasn't most people. He still had the excitement and he still had the humility to go. It could be over at any time. That's hard for somebody who's were six hundred million dollars. That's hard for somebody who has twenty seven million listeners. A week to put that into perspective co bear has about three million a night rush had twenty seven million a week. Do the math. How humble he really was more in. A second is sick twisted freak. Our sponsor is built bar day. Forty nine of weight loss regime diary exercising went really well today. I sat on the couch and watched an aerobics video for close to an hour. I have to say my heart rate was up. It was an old jane fonda exercise. Movie and Boy holy cow. That was bad. I don't know why people are always complaining about you know exercising. I mean they're always complaining. They looked like they were worn out at the end. But i sat there eating some some cheetos and eating some potato chips. 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Talking about the late and truly great rush limbaugh and What's frightening is said earlier. Remember when you were the ones that the head or you were at the kids table and now you find yourself at the head of the table you know if you're fifty sixty years old and all the older people are are dying off. You're like oh crap. I'm the next for the dirt vault and And there's there was a lot of wisdom there at the table. But now is lost. And i look at. I look at all of us who remain. Who are now what supposed to fill his shoes. Nobody can fill those. I look at us. And we're all bluffing. All of us are bluffing. No matter what anybody says. They have no idea what they're doing. They have no idea what they're doing. Maybe maybe it's just me. Maybe i'm the only one bluffing. They're all experts. But i don't think so and i feel badly for the next generation A next generation. Because you're having you're having to learn from us good luck. Good luck with that. So in the long run kids. What i'm saying is he was very optimistic. But i don't think he paid that much attention to what was following him so when it comes to good talk radio does now. It's up to us and it's more than just talk radio right. I mean russia's so central to the conservative movement. I mean he was basically the head of it. A post reagan. It was basically rush limbaugh as the head of the movement and you know he leaves a huge gap. There you know. Mersal is largely the reason i i'm conservative. I mean i coming out of high school. I didn't probably tension politics at all. Reagan was for me But let's cemented things. Hugh i knew what i believe but i really hadn't you know the thing that was so frustrating with with rush was when you would talk to friends before rush limbaugh was the anti christ you talk to friends and you would say you of listen to this guy. You gotta listen to him. You'd be debating something to be talking about near. Like i can't say it like he says it i just have a listen And that's the only frustrating thing is You know we're not all rush limbaugh no He was really really good at this but you know he was this that that approach was possible back then to you could win people over by having people listen to rush limbaugh. Because that's why they destroyed that's why they did. And of course you know partially because of things like social media where things get taken out of context. It wasn't what i know most of the people you've heard over the past couple of days. Who are just dancing on. Rush limbaugh's graven grotesque ways that i don't remember ever doing to to a liberal But they do. People reveal themselves in these moments. But they're dancing on his grave and most of them have literally never heard one show may not even an hour of rush limbaugh ng. They've taken in only media matters bullcrap clips out of context. You know whatever bad joke. They think he made ten years ago. They have been repeated a thousand times and when you listen to him as a whole you realize that he was a broadcaster and entertainer a very smart person who is incredibly well read over a multitude of topics and a person who could break down things into into little chunks. That people could understand but as you point out. It's not just that it's not just a couple of clever tweets that you could pull off today. It's you know fifteen hours a week without a script. I mean these hollywood types these even news anchors. The you watch you have no idea. You have no idea how few people can do. What rush limbaugh did talking without a script being able to do it for three hours that takes real intellectual heft cut program and then there's people like me that just kinda everyday of like how the hell am i still on the radio. I don't get it real estate agents. I trust dot com. If you're looking to sell your house you might need to do some remodeling. 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Many members of the media are taking Sick twisted glee in the death of Rush limbaugh and they're also trying to set the history against him Make sure that smith sent cemented in by playing all kinds of bad things that he said that he has said either ingest or in mistakes that he later apologized for You know you. It doesn't matter to people anymore if it's even true it doesn't matter anymore And he may be the last example of of somebody who's just Really bulletproof really bulletproof and even he had some scary times. I was we were supposed to be with him the day. He lost his monday night. Football gig and That was a really weird day. and And yet and yet. He had carved hisself a place where he could continue to do what he did because he listened to the listeners. And that's what i did with the blaze and we are grateful. Truly grateful that the only people we have to answer to are you. And we ask you to join us at blaze tv dot com slash glenn save thirty percent on your subscription now but Talk radio is going to come under attack because everything is and they have to shut you up last night. I did a show our wednesday night special on national suicide. And what's actually killing. Our kids and i started the show with christopher roof folks. We started with the Non literal suicide. The national suicide That that really comes from critical race theory. Christopher is a contributing editor for the city journal and the director of center on wealth and poverty. He is the guy who is really for for routing this out and and letting people know what critical race theory is and how deeply embedded in the system. If you missed last night show. We talked about This curriculum that is in public schools up in new york And they identify the eight white identities that you have and it starts at white supremacist. And then i think the i think one of them is a race traitor. And that's on the good side of the scale by the way if you're a race traitor if you're selling out the white race it's it's it's crazy. I wanted to bring christopher back. This is the only thing that we have done today. That is not related to rush. Limbaugh because i think this is so important chris. Welcome to the program. It's great to be with you. Thank you First of all any thoughts on rush limbaugh. Did you listen to you. Know i i. Didn't you know i. I grew up. Actually I don't know if you know that plan as kind of Liberal bohemian in california. That was my upbringing and really would've orientational for for most of my and then they started kind of questioning those assumptions and started to not match with reality. I started gearing more towards the center and I one of my first pieces for city journal. where i was still of in the center maybe center right and rush read on air. I got a flood of emails and it was very strange. Because i had been growing up. Hearing all of these bad things about rush limbaugh. And then i started listening. I said oh. Interesting i rush limbaugh reading my story. I started lifting. I said man what you hear. What people in california and the people that are doing so much venom on twitter here is so different than what you actually hear from his words. And i became a fan subsequently and You know it. It was very sad to hear the news. Yeah i wanted to get tammy. Bruce tammy bruce tammy bruce on the show tomorrow. She tweeted something she was very very you know. She was the head of the national organization of women for a while. And then she met rush limbaugh and It changed her life and she said the same thing everything. I believed everything. I had been told about him. His audience just wasn't true let. Let's talk about critical race theory. Because i am getting messages from people who want to know. I have to go into a critical race theory kind of thing in my office. And they'll fire me if i say anything. I saw accenture a thirty year partner. Go because he spoke up against this and said we shouldn't be doing any of this. Tell me about how critical race theory is going to be affecting people if it hasn't already in their places of business and what they should do. Yeah i if it is it. Is it already in your workplace and your workplaces like a large corporation. A publicly owned firm a coming and it's going to come under the guise of diversity equity and inclusion programs with which sound great But sometimes are really aggressive propaganda and indoctrination campaign. Did you can. can you say i. What what the difference between equality which our constitution talks about and equity which is critical race theory. What is the difference because they sound the same and people think equity equality. It's the same. It's not yeah equality. Is the idea that we're all created equal under god and that we the government should protect individual rights regardless of race creed color religion etc And essentially it's equal protection under the law equity is the critical race. There is basically say. Hey equality hasn't worked. We still have large racial disparities There's still kind of systemic racism in society So abandoned the idea of equality treating people equally and replaced it with equity which is treating groups as units and then trying to equalize outcomes based on group identity So if a very kind of quick way to think about it is equality is something like the equality of opportunity. an equity Is the quality of results which we've seen Over and over and the twentieth century lead to human and social disaster. Okay so i'm in my office. Thank god this isn't happening at. I'm in my office. And i get a note that says i have to attend this racial diversity and equity class and i want nothing of it and maybe there are people in my office but no one will say anything. What do i do and what what happens if nobody does stand up against it. Well there's a couple there's a couple of things you can do one. Is that you feel competent enough. And you feel like you have the conviction to do so you can stand up. You can speak out. You can send a letter to the hr department letting them know that. These theories don't actually lead to better outcomes in the business literature They they put the firm legal risk for lawsuits And that they conflict with your own deeply-held beliefs. How wait how do they open up. The firm for lawsuits. Well you know i. I'm working on this I think there's a strong case to be made there some Some kind of analogies in case law that is critical race theory for example. Traffics and racial stereotypes. They say a white people can be reduced to the essence of whiteness. And it's it's analogous with oppression You know that's a violation of the civil rights act if they compel speech especially in public institutions That's also a violation of the law. And then if it creates a toxic work environment which in many cases that does pitting people against each other It's it's it's grading kind of race based harassment which is a protected category again these are all actual violations of the law and i think big companies are maybe the quickest to potentially change Change tack because Their legal departments if this starts becoming a cost center if it starts becoming a legal risk if they start fearing lawsuits They're gonna probably disband a lot of these programs pretty quickly so i think that's one you know excellent way forward that we could hopefully see unfold in the next few years. You have giant companies are you. Do you read up on the great reset chris I mean you see these What are called. es jeez The standards in these big companies. And that's the first red flag if your if your company has an. Es g environmental social justice and governmental standards You're already in trouble. Yeah and and i think people are going to have to make a decision if your beliefs Your politics Your faith is important and you work at a company that is actively kind of mobilizing against it You have a tough ethical and moral choice to make you stay inside or do you find employment with a company that lets you. Express yourself more authentically. And i've talked to a lot of people in the last six months where they say you know. I i have these obligations. I have a family. I have a career. I have a reputation. But this is just eating away at me this political indoctrination trying to shame people trying to create collective guilt based on race or faith or identity And i tell them you know you really have two options you have. You're going to have to sit and take it or you're going to have to have some courage and stand up for those convictions. And in some cases people are actually starting to fight back. And then you know some cases even fewer. Unfortunately they're actually having success at shutting down these programs you. You did a great story. In the city journal on anti-racism comes to the heartland and you talk about springfield missouri. How the teachers are being forced to locate themselves on the oppression mate matrix which is what impression matrix is a is the kind of graph or grid that was designed by some social justice academics. That basically said these are the checklists. That makes you an oppressor. These are the checklist that makes you oppressed person. So white male heterosexual speaking christians. The kind of dominant oppressors. And then you know the other side and it was the middle school in springfield missouri. A place that is not a kind of progressive stronghold. It's not la or your and they were forcing teachers to essentially locate themselves on the suppression matrix and telling white male teachers. You are an oppressor telling female or people of color that will teaching assistant. You're an oppress Taking in none of the actual reality of the situation no one's individual stories categorizing them in this way and teachers were absolutely outraged You know they leaked the documents and and Hopefully the school district will think twice before doing it again. It it also. They handed out flyers or some. You know Training materials and the handout originally listed mega as quote a form of covert white supremacy. Now they took that off because people out about it and so they went back into hiding and they scampered onto the refrigerator. Like cockroaches do but Maga- this this is. This should show you where we're headed when they say. Hey we gotta find extremists. The the stuff that is being passed out to our teachers in schools is really revealing on on who they think those dangerous extremists are and they're the people in the red states. Yeah absolutely that's right. And i think we've seen an evolution of language for the last four years under the trump administration. There was this drumbeat from the media constantly saying making the association that white conservative christians are are by definition white supremacists. Then there was the attempt to tie those two phrases together and then on january six. I know you condemned it. I condemn this the violence at the capitol. They were gleeful you could. You could go seventy after they said. This is our big opportunity. We can now move from white supremacists to white supremacists domestic terrorists. And it's a really a kind of maybe spontaneously coordinated but clearly coordinated language campaign to basically create the connotation between conservative and republican voters and white supremacist and domestic terrorists. And these phrases are are dangerous. I mean it's a it's a truly. You know the worst thing that can be. And they're trying to basically annex all conservative voters into that kind of linguistic umbrella Which then they could use to silence to d platform to outlaw and to marginalize What i think is you know. If not a majority of strong plurality of the country chris roof roof. Oh thank you so much. We'll talk again. Thank you for all of your hard work. You can follow him on. Twitter at real. Chris rufo are ufo or his website is christopher. Rufo dot com. Thanks chris we'll talk again all right. Let me tell you about gold line right now. 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Msnbc how to manage life after receiving the covid nineteen vaccine will. Gee that makes me wanna run out and get it first of all how to manage life after you get the vaccine. I don't know go back to doing your work. And doing your lightfoot point of it cash should encouraging people. Hey guess what. Get the vaccine. You get to go back to your life. If you've already had it you get to go back to your life. No no no. No all have to wear masks after you had the vaccine and you've had the the virus it's silly hurting people.

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The South Florida Morning Show hr 1  12-15-20

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He lives like a madman on that social media platform Diener our producer. Hanging out over there are you doing. Hey good morning. How did you sleep last night. I did yes. You're a little late. Yesterday i was a little slip through. How many alarms yesterday. Oh three or four. That's got up today here. Ready rarity early. That was because that that rousing speech. That joe biden gave last night. Oh yes it. Got me so excited. I'm so ready for the country. He'll he inspired me. Oh yeah karen had that cut it. I'll work harder for the people who didn't vote for me. You are so full of buddy. Oh my god you know how. Many people didn't vote you a lot. Like eighty three million. Yeah let's start there anyway. It is not. It's funny because right after the you know the world carried. The electoral college is voted in is now officially president-elect joe biden ought not official yet you have to wait till january sixth and that's when the congress will decide whether they're going to accept the electoral college vote now they're conspiracy theories which is our theory. it's funny because it's it came from a guy from cnn. Yeah yeah for read Carro you've known him. If you saw him he has You know one of those sunday morning shows. I think it's called. Gps or something like that with freed security he's been seeing an for a long time and it's funny that the truth actually came out on cnn out of all things mazing two months ago two months ago. And i believe. I'm not sure if i've ever put this video on the blog before. But i will today because it's really relevant and what he says in this and i'm gonna play it a little bit later But what he says in this basically outlines exactly what has happened over the past month and what happened yesterday and what could end up happening few weeks from now. Okay on january. Sixth right correct. So what does he say so readers digest version or he went through what you know what can happen with the mail in balloting could be disputes. That happened. He went through the electoral college voting. Which happened yesterday saying that the vote could be split and that states could send their own electors and that trump won't have to do anything if a disputed election he could just let the constitutional process play out. He's like it is perfectly constitutional if this happens and that is if states send their own electors which happened yesterday. Seven of them. If i remember them new mexico arizona nevada pennsylvania michigan Georgia and i wanna say. Wisconsin was in there as well. I think those were the seven. Wow credit for you. So i have to double check myself. I think those are the seven and what they did was. They split the vote. They sent their own trump electors. They said we're giving our electoral votes to trump and they also had electricity and we're giving our votes to split. They split the vote exactly so now that became a contested election now. You didn't hear that at all yesterday. all they did. was they presented. Joe biden's at the office of the president elect which doesn't exist as he made his speech last night and they made you think that now he's president and he's not because what freeze the carrier explains video which i'll play a little sound from it later. He explains that because the electoral college vote could be split. A goes to congress like we've talked about on january six okay and the congressional delegates can then decide while we're taking these votes and not those votes and then trump could be president and that's That's that's in the constitution so interesting. That's what if you heard that. Abc news report. I i don't know which reported that west but you said it's highly unlikely. It's almost impossible for the congress to do this. Well that's what they're hoping for that. It's almost impossible but it is. Yes okay that's one of my girlfriends right after. They came out with the electoral college votes. She wrote i'm sick. Please tell me. There's hope i said there is hope i said listen tomorrow morning. Diener will explain. Sit a darn good job. I'll give you credit for that a lot of time on twitter reading up on this yesterday. Well it's funny because all this stuff started coming in just be. It was right like almost immediately at same time. The electoral college news was coming out. Nelson bills tweet sending text message ariston and text messages. I said okay. Cool you guys are on top of this We'll sit back and wait on top of that. We'll also little bit later. Gets to all the things that happened with the count. That came out from the antrim county in michigan interesting. Isn't it machine. The dominion voting machines. They finally all my gosh so based on. But you know. If if. I were a betting person which i'm not on the Except for powerballs. I we're gonna talk about that in a second by the way because you're going to buy tickets okay. So you know. If if i were a betting person and i were on the opposition being the joe biden team might say it's one machine can't tell me this is widespread. And that's what i that's what they're going to say. That's that's the argument that they're going to use and then the question is what can we see the other machines but the thing is have they all been wiped out especially the ones in georgia. Because now they're being used for the senate race so do they. Do they file the information somewhere. Like on a computer chip on a thumb drive. Whatever the case may be they do actually. And that's what they did in michigan. And that's actually what they were trying to hide yesterday the Governor whitman over there or there. Yeah the grinch exactly. She ordered state police to block the michigan capital yesterday not allowing republican delegates. The come in and check things out. Isn't that amazing. They were trying to destroy the evidence yesterday. You know what an and that woman is evil. She's pure evil right down to the bone. Well you can say goodbye to pure evil and everything else if you win. Tonight's mega millions jackpot as it stands right. Now it's a two hundred and ninety one million dollars we'll take and then i. I'm gonna win tonight so don't worry about it. I got this covered. I tomorrow night's powerball. You can buy a ticket there. Two hundred eighty seven million dollars or you can just marry. Somebody like kylie jenner. We'll tell you why. I don't know if i'll be allowed while you're already married but if you're not you may to. She married that volt family. Okay all anyway. There's a reason why i say that. And the most incredible golfing story and wild kingdom story meet right here in florida. It's all coming up next fifty w. f. t. karen curtis wild woman over there in the criminal tyson away. You must be busy and length just like nothing going on right. Make it stop. It's like rapid fire hose. It really is crazy. it is. It's hard to keep up with everything. Because trump is the master of timing. You know so. The bill barr announcement comes out his joe biden. Is you know saying he won the election and said he said bill bars go home to be with his family. I think bill barr is going to work behind the scenes to take out hunter. Well it's really interesting. Because now jeff rosen. Who's the acting. Ag will be able to set up a special prosecutor to investigate. And joe biden won't be able to get rid of him wouldn't be investigate hunter in that sweet. Yes one hundred needs to be investigated. Because we're gonna talk about him coming up to see in a minute. Well there there's always some echinacea and trump's minus hawaii does stuff. He's not just willy nilly as the press would have you believe he's like he's. He's like a great chess player. He's about ten steps ahead of biden. One would think well anyway. Hope thanks. it's six. It's these have florida morning. Show jennifer ross. Bill adams has the day off. We'll be back tomorrow. That was karen. Curtis our news director going back to the news bubble and producer. Meat company She talked about it was interesting. She talked about bill. Barr resigning yesterday. Was he pushed off the resignation cliff. I'm not sure. I mean basically from the letter that i saw because trump without the tweet last night maybe six thirty seven o'clock can i'd be. I'd be hard pressed working for him because he fires you by tweet that it was nice. It was a nice letter. And that's the thing about it. That i found interesting because he has five people by tweet before. Yeah and this wasn't that this was actually a nice tweet that he sent out saying bill barr. I had his long sit down. We have a very good relationship. He's done an outstanding job. He said like really nice things about him and he said you know. I've decided to let him go like that. There was i've decided to To move on from him he he said bill wants to spend time with his family. He's resigning his last day. Is going to be december twenty third. So i mean i tend to believe him on this because he's five people through tweet before so true and it was. It was a nice letter But th the gotcha is brings in his is karen said this jefferson guy is now the acting attorney general until whoever it is becomes the next president united states whether it's gonna be donald trump rice crossed or joe biden right and it is interesting hurt. It's really interesting to see how this is playing out though. Because we've really. i mean. been hard on. Bill barr for the past week or so. Because you know we find out that he didn't release. Some of the hunter biden information that he had before the election. He hasn't really at least that we've seen in front. I don't know what's going on behind the scenes where he's looking into the election fraud and things like that so we've been hard on. Bill barr the past couple weeks. Four those you look like a turncoat is what happened. Wow 'cause i mean. He sat on the hunter biden information for a long year yet and didn't mention it. During the the election process that hunter biden was under investigation. You know he's he did a lot of good and that's what trump said to like. You know he did a great job. And so trump had a lot of good things to save out him. Yesterday sleet and likewise. Bill barr had a lot of good things to say about trump in his resignation letter. So it's interesting to see someone like bill barr so many years and a capacity of government and law enforcement right now decides you know what i've had enough at least is what looks like right. I've had enough family. And i don't want to get involved with the things that are now going to happen and i think just the opposite. I think he resigned for the mere fact that he's going to go look at hunter biden behind the scenes really like a little covert ops trump. Said you know what kind of stab me in the back there. So here's how you can make rhetoric fish resign and write a glowing report about you. You go look at hunter biden. Hunter biden didn't report approximately four hundred thousand dollars. So is that it okay. I and i'm not on this guy by any stretch of the imagination. I'm all for making a ton of money but when you're doing drugs Year a cheating husband and you really have no set skills. Supposedly went to law. School is to what he means. Any oil expert natural gas six apparently between In when he joined in two thousand fourteen His tax attorney said Your income taxes. Apparently in the memo that fox news got a hold of an email that said His tax attorney sent him. Oh on email. That said we get your taxes. Apparently you left out four hundred thousand dollars. That was paid to you by barista holdings whoops who use me. Does that mean like. I didn't want anybody to know. I was working for this company. Four hundred thousand dollars. How do you miss four hundred thousand dollars. And that's what they're trying to get him a lot of money. of course. i mean that's something that you intentionally hide. I mean let's be honest. That's not something you just forget about. I mean my gosh. I get paranoid five. Forget to add like two hundred dollars into my taxes or something like cash. I got and it's like they're going to go to jail even on four hundred grand by the way in two thousand. Let me see in two thousand thirteen. He made an excess of eight hundred and thirty three thousand dollars in two thousand fourteen. When he started working for birth mma he made eight hundred. Forty seven thousand. You would have made more have give some to. The big guy is so true but in two thousand fifteen is final year with peres. He made two and a half million dollars. You gotta pay raise slough. You went from eight hundred and forty seven thousand two and a half million dollars in a year. that's a nice a hell of an investment must been doing a really good job. I'm just saying you know what they're gonna trump's going to get him just like the every like the police always got the bad people like the john gotti's of the world you know vision you realize what's on the line for biden here when it comes to being president or not being president his. Your sons are crook. Yeah your son could go to federal prison. If you don't become president you might be indicted. Your brother michael federal prison. If you don't become president there's a lot on the line personally for joe biden here to make sure that he won this election. You're sitting at home right now. And you voted for joe biden. How do you feel knowing that he knew because he can't tell me he didn't know because his name was on that lease with that chinese official along with hunter and his brother yup james So he spent saying he knew nothing about hunters dealings. That is such a crock. Because now we know that hunter biden introduced him to various people not only from china's physical proof the ukraine. I mean come on. Yeah so now you find out that hunter biden is probably gonna be indicted on tax evasion. Because this is they're going to get him and he could feasibly take down the president united states. That's but now and this is also their plan to because let's say biden does and always. He'll he'll pardon his own son. Well pardon your own family members non even necessarily that question. Not even necessarily that though. This is a way that the democrats could use to get him out of office. Come there oh. This could be their own plan. Just say okay. thanks joe. you're going. You're kirksey okay. So we talked about the lottery. Tonight's two hundred and ninety one million dollars on they said well. If you don't win that you can always mary kylie jenner. What is going on here. Forbes magazine just came out with the highest paid celebrities for the year now in the year. Twenty twenty kylie jenner made five hundred ninety million dollars too bad. That bad hung number two on. The lister is her brother-in-law kanye west. He made one hundred and seventy million. Wow really five hundred ninety million. He comes in second a buck seventy. She may if you can't say that cosmetic line she has rican in the dole holding countable et is. That's really incredible almost as incredible. Did you put the video up yet of no not yet. Not yet but it will be there. This is how this can only happen in florida. Okay and it's funny as a friend of mine gulfs all the time. He golfs like eighteen holes a day if not more so and i. It seems like every day he posts a picture of like alligators sleep by the pond on the golf course. And i'm like why don't you find another golf. Course is always gators on this damn thing. Well this was out on the west coast at coral. I guess it was coral oaks golf course in cape coral. This guy young guy. He looks probably. I'd say late twenties because you can only seen from the back. He hits the ball and it lands on the tail of an alligator whose sunning itself by the side of this pond on this golf course you just so you don't think that's a big deal. Hit the ball okay. Maybe one million shot it lands on the back of the alligator. This kid isn't gonna take the mulligan on it or take. The one shot penalty he creeps. Something may alligator and he snatches the ball back. Good job that's doing. It's a big alligator. It's not like it's a little activist. Oh my god and unfortunately no one was hurt but just to watch the video. We'll have it up eight fifty. Wfp l. dot com. I it's just really the most amazing thing in the world this case crazy what you do that if you a goal for this guy did if it's a close game. Yeah a bit a game. Listen to me if it's a close match. Yeah oh my god. It's coming down between me have did take a stroke penalty or grabbing that ball gators tail. I'm grabbing the ball and running really holy cow. Well we'll talk about the gulf war and the alligator well. A woman in tallahassee found an extra special treat inside her christmas tree. I just think of national lampoon's christmas and why happened. It's all coming up next. Wfl w fifty. W dido the south florida morning show jennifer rossville. Adams has the day off. He'll be back tomorrow Karen curson news director. She'll be joining us in about Twenty five minutes with the news and then diener our producer plane bill for today. Thank you so very much keeping me company. No problem i try. I was gonna play. Joe biden for you but i you know what the electoral college they voted in. All the votes will some of the votes because some of the states split their votes and gave some to trump others gave all of theirs to trump like south carolina and then the others gave all. There's two joe biden which gave him enough enough in theory electoral votes to be called. Possibly president-elect. I'm not trying to call them president-elect 'cause it's not official yet. It doesn't become official until january six. When congress ratifies the electoral college vote now. There's a discrepancy. There is well. But joe biden gave that speech yesterday and it had a frog in his throat the whole time. I'm lake clear your throat. It's impossible listen to drive. It was driving me crazy. I give you and karen credit for even watching that last night. 'cause i i had a hard time. The only the only reason i saw five seconds of it was because Kristen my wife she's like. Hey look at this. I'm like oh give me a break. She's like yeah. I thought might want to see what they're trying to do here. I'm like yeah. This is. This is what they do. They just they they implant this image into people's minds which is why they have the wording behind him office of the president of like there is no such office by the way which is infuriated. That doesn't exist made me. it's still lying. He standing sign. That proves these aligarh that does it literally does not exist. they've they create joie. It's like it's like the guy that you have in the office next to you. That makes his own name plate and it has vice president on it. Every is actually just like you know an assistant to the janitor or something like what that is. That's you're you're absolutely right up for visual so anyway It's it's it's not official it because another one of my friends texted me and she goes. I'm so i'm sick watching this me too. But it's not over yet and you have the sound now from cnn's of reads carry the carry almost have the senate okay plane. And this was like what he said from a couple of months ago. This is really wild. When you hear it and i'm gonna again if you've heard me say earlier. I am going to have the video up on the blog. So you can look for a little bit later Because it's almost it's kinda creepy. It's almost prophetic. How he lays out exactly what has happened now. Since the election he talks about how the scenarios is his his point was to say. He's worried that this could happen. And he actually says it in the clip. Here's our worry that trump could still be president and not win the vote and now what we didn't know is that trump would win the vote because of incredible fraud and because they fixed it with all these machines but what he talks about in the video is the mail in balloting so basically what he kinda gets. That is the electoral college. Do what they did yesterday which is swallowed their vote send electors for trump example like A state like iowa sense say they got twenty electoral votes right. they send tend to biden intend to trump. and that's pretty much mean didn't have an iowa but that's pretty much what happened yesterday where these states some split some sent all of them for trump. some you know some central for biden. But you had seven states. I believe in mexico arizona. Pennsylvania michigan wisconsin georgia. And i missing somebody else but it was we all this all. These nevada nevada was a seven state and they sense electors for trump even though on paper fighting one those states. And that's basically. What's farid zakaria from. Cnn again this is from cnn right. Through months ago said that they what they could happen. In a in a dispute election is they could send their own electors and that would end up having a split vote go to congress and then they can go the congress the representatives each eight right but then end up choosing which electors to accept sewn other words Michigan has what twelve five forget. How many they say say twelve. 'cause i don't wear in there and they sent six to buy and six to trump. I'm just going to split for example for example so when the congress gets it they can look at it and say you know what since michigan was the disputed state. We agree with what trump was saying. We're just gonna take the six for trump and not take. The sixth biden is exactly right so what he says they could actually end up throwing out the state altogether so if it gets to the congress and they say well. This is a disputed election which it is officially now a disputed election. You don't hear on the news. Those just showing you biden. Stand in front of his office of the president elect which does is acceptance in air quotes speech last night. Making you think that he's now the president and he just isn't so they don't tell you these things which is why we're trying to tell you and again i said yesterday we'll buy be the president. I don't know maybe but what we're trying to tell you is. There's not over yet right. There's still all these different possibilities that can take place where the congress could actually end up choosing the president and throw out these different states because they say well. This is disputed and then you have twenty six republican roy and twenty three democrat representatives. And that's where we come down to and they would choose the president one from each state. I get you okay. That on top of yesterday. We learned that that one county in michigan enter county. I said what are you saying The results of their voting machine and they found out there was all kinds of shennanigans going on. Now they're trying to get the voting machines. These dominion machines from all. These other states was at georgia. As i see now. The problem with georgia's george's already wiped them because they started early voting on them for the senate. Well the thing about georgia and this is interesting too is they're talking about Possibility of signature audits happening now. Yeah and i've got to look into that more but it looks like that might actually be a thing. She stacey abrams. Oh she's like a puppet master over there. Let me see i got a million and a half. Write in votes for biden like really. Okay i mean you. Just keep your right in ballots. There stacey abrams yeah. That's exactly what you need You know we talked about the alligator. We're gonna put that video he's gonna go up to eight fifty w. f. t. l. dot com and just a little bit. This guy was in coral gables on the side of the state's golfing. He hits a golf ball. It lands on the tail of an alligator who just so happens to be resting by the side of the pond on this whole and that in itself is like a one in a zillion shot because he made it lands right on the and then the kid decides he's not going to take the drop i guess or the extra shot or whatever. The penalty shot he goes. He snatches the ball off the tail of his alligators. Just not said says it's you gotta see it to believe it but it's like the wild kingdom in florida. These happened remember. National lampoon's christmas. The squirrel squirrel and the tree. Okay this is very similar this a woman in florida. She found something in her tree. That wasn't supposed to be there. I'll just she said. Her dog wakes her up at four o'clock in the morning barking at the christmas tree. So i'll let her take it from there you're ready. Yeah sure see. There's some furry body inside the christmas tree what is slow raccoon taking that and then and then the tree comes flying down greco own gets loose it jumps up on. The chandelier starts swinging around on the chandelier in earth. She's there was other chandelier for thirty minutes. Then it finally joke down again. In iran it wreaked havoc through the house. And then finally. The dog chased it back out through the doggy door but just to listen to that. Poor woman screaming. Darn thing shops. Christmas tree at are terrible. It is horrifying christmas vacation. I felt so badly for but at the same time. It was quite entertaining. Anyway we're gonna take a break but coming up next. If you get a package to ship you better do it today. We'll tell you why next eight fifty. Wf wondered into the studio known as the record in the tree. Did you hear the sound of that raccoon in the tree now it jumped up what happened women tallahassee the she has a doggy door lord the the raccoon ends up in the tree. But it just weighed me. I'll just play a little. It's the christmas tree and that's a white cat like that one count. What is that squirrel. Kumon decided to kuni in the score in the in the tree. Oh greg kuehn goes not. The tree comes flying down and wish they had video of it. They don't they just have her toned. The story like they were like not away and came home in the tree would be on the ground. The dog would be looking at them like a direct anyway. We're not talking about a record on the tree. what are you talking about. I know so Really kind of good news with you know you have lots of shootings and stabbings and revere beach but The us marshal task force arrested a sixteen year old in connection with the shooting death of the thirty two year. Old woman that. I told you about yesterday and you said what she was watching her boyfriend. Play like baller frisbee football. I'm gonna be so. She's just sitting there minding her own business. Stray bullet hits her in the head. Kills her but she's from houston while she's from houston but lived into question. She's a jewelry designer and her father. She was a organ donor so she gave a kidney post mortem to a prosecutor in houston her father's also an attorney in houston so she saved a life. That's awesome which is very cool. And now they've made an arrest this kids in juvenile detention. That's sad sixteen year old was just. He was just playing with a gun in shooter. A stray bullet that hit her of what was a sixteen year old with a gun. I know a lot of sixteen year olds with guns. But they don't carry them around the streets all right. That more coming up thinks that's the sad now. See thanks karen. What almost bummed me out as much as biden accepting annual new president-elect last night with his frog in the i can't even play the speech because he had this frog in his throat the entire time. And i'm like please just clear your throat. It's so uncomfortable delegating. He hillary clinton used to do the same thing. What is it with them. In manners have no mentors whatsoever because hillary clinton would call from conference coughing cough and cough and try to keep on talking. And it'd be like please just walk away from the microphone. Don't cough into the microphone. I think for her was the brimstone. She had brimstone caught in her throat from being. That's what did joe biden. Success might be brimstone all a few other things stuck in his throat like his foot but anyway Last night the electoral college voted. Say okay. let's explain the the process here because they're still a glimmer of hope for donald trump And you know what he. The president is being real quiet when he's quiet about stuffing thinks he's plotting like really deviously behind the scenes and he probably is but and we'll play most of the sound for do we haven't yet or we're going to have next. I have i have some you. Yeah okay now. This is for reads carrier. And he is with cnn and he made this somewhat prediction. What did you say september. This was like early mid october. I think so he. And he's talking about the worst case scenario for the democrats because of course he works for cnn he could give a crap about donald trump re winning the election. He's worried about him. Winning the election by a freak show right which is basically what he describes. Now imagine the scenario during election week trump is leading on november third joe biden pulls ahead in the days following republicans file objections to tens of thousands of mail in ballots. Democrats five countersuits taking account of the confusion. Legislators decide to choose the electors themselves. So that's what happened throughout the past month. And that's what happened yesterday. And so he explains a little bit further here and i still have to kind of go through but the cast of explains a little bit more here because you see when congress convenes on january sixth to tally the electors votes there would be challenges to the legitimacy of some electors. It's possible congressional. Republicans could decide. The disputed states should simply not be counted. Oh so now we have. We know for a fact. There were arizona nevada michigan wisconsin. Pennsylvania georgia right. There were seven states. I miss one hussein avodon arizona. Yeah no missing some. It's only six. You can't six with the vodka wisconsin michigan arizona. Pennsylvania georgia yeah. You're right that was six new mexico mexico. Yes that's that's there was another one. Because i wrote them down so in the event those stay disputed and what fareed zakaria just said basically what will happen is january six. The congressional delegates had the option of saint scenario. Since all these all these since all the states are disputed. Were just going to throw the vote. If that's the case joe biden loses all seven states trump loses all seven states. But at the same time he wins because he has all the other states already and his pocket so what can end up happening is like you said they throw out some of those states and they just decided. Well let's go to the Congressional delegates from each state one from each state twenty-six republicans twenty three are democrat and. There's one that's split down the middle. Which i believe is pennsylvania split down the middle. And it's if that's well then guess who they're going to vote for if you look at pennsylvania because pennsylvania was the one that really push biden over the edge when it came to the vote because they have a ton of electoral votes right. Yeah they had twenty so and so. That's what we're trying to say. We're not sitting here saying you know some people i think. Oh wow they. They are in such denial. They're delusional no. We're not we understand the reality of all this. We understand that yes. It's a great possibility that biden has ended up taking this presidency. Because right now he's in the driver's seat right. He's the one that's been given the votes. He's the one who so called one after the election was was called. So yeah we understand that but what we're trying to tell everybody is what you're not hearing on the news. What the refused to tell you on on the normal mazzy media mainstream media. Is these possibilities. There should be. It's going to be interesting so january six be it now. The other side of this is c. I think hunter biden situation plays a much larger role. Because i'm under the belief if you can prove that the so-called president elect joe biden had anything to do with his son's affairs either in russia or in china. He should be locked up. Oh my gosh i mean. That's that's like treason frightening as you're dealing with the then on the other side but What they're gonna look looks like they're gonna get hunter on tax evasion. That's that's that's probably the easiest. I'm thinking you know if you have a b. or c. Which get you. D the quickest and it turns out to be. They're going tax evasion. And that's they're going to get them as federal offense yet. I you know. Unfortunately ken joe biden. Pardon his own son. In the event he does become the next president united states. Does that look. Does that look horrible. Of course it does your pardoning your own son or they just or the democrats used to turn on biden say oh well hey you know what this investigation and you're in trouble impeach you at the same time. If half of the united the united states had paid attention and maybe the mainstream media had had covered how crooked hunter biden was. If only said that what was it like twenty eight percent said they wouldn't have voted for joe biden. His son was a crook. There was there was a lot. And that's kirk. Yeah and that just goes to show you how many people how much truth the mainstream media heights from people The covid nineteen vaccine by the way Went fairly smoothly yesterday. They added to here in florida. It was a another nurse on the front lines was the first one right to get shot. Yeah and we're gonna be talking to the chief nursing executive with memorial healthcare systems maggie hanson. Coming up at eight. 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Revote? Bill Barr Activated Against Ballot Fraud and the Fight of Our Lives.

The Charlie Kirk Show

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Revote? Bill Barr Activated Against Ballot Fraud and the Fight of Our Lives.

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Drop tonight we have entered election week last dry. I have to say the president's Chances in arizona are slim but we're still going to see what happens when the data drop Happens tonight isabelle will be here tonight. Also with every time i call on her. She's gonna tell us another name of someone who voted from the grave There's lots of michigan so everyone who said it's just thirteen hundred dead dead voters. May i want to thank all of you. Guys that are joining us across the country. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com if you want to contact us directly throughout the show on thank those that are supporting us to charlie kirk dot com slash support breaking in. Just the last couple of hours Bill barr has announced that he has green light investigations into voter fraud across the country. Good we don't know the extent we don't know where exactly a lot of these investigations. will end up but we do know this and we have an entire whiteboard to show it and tyler might be getting in the way of the whiteboard but anyway. We'll we'll narrate this is that how can you explain the one thousand seven hundred seventy six percent increase in voter registration for people ninety plus years old. The nine thousand nevada ballots that might have been cast from people that were out of state. President trump won every single bellwether county across the country. And so let's go back to the main Camera here there is is actually seventeen. Seventy four seventy seventy four and if someone corrected earlier. I always be actually conner as the data crunching team. So watch one of the tech companies. Come out and say oh no. You're you're spreading things that are seventeen. Seventy six hundred seventeen seventy four but there are questions that need to be answered and the media is being relentless in their coronation of joe biden. And you see so. Many irregularities that are happening in these states and we're going to go through bedford's law we're going to go through all sorts of different things tonight but the thing that i really wanted to lead with is how. The activist media has engaged in one of the most dangerous campaigns to suppress opposition opinion. You have seen the most powerful people on the planet. The pharmaceutical companies with their release of the pfizer vaccine which they decided not to do six days ago. The big tech companies. Hollywood the big banks government officials government bureaucrats. They all have worked in harmony to suppress you and now if you dare even speak out against them they say shut up citizen. You're not allowed to say that if you dare even met asks the question wait a second. Why is it that that people are voting in the state of michigan as welcome a name. Rosa davis born in nineteen twenty. Why would is this. How did rose davis vote in. The state of michigan says ballot received. I don't i. Don't i wonder how she voted. That's by question. I don't think she was a trump vote. I don't think. I don't think she was a trump voter. So how can you go to the camera here. I wanna walk through something here. That's very very important. Which is you've heard a lot of people talk about this. It's called bedford's law okay. So it's the law of large numbers of a lot of large numbers that are input into a data set. It will naturally have create a perot a parabola equation with a downward slope with very specific pattern. You can see this. Donald trump voted Donald trump and mike pence. You can see this all across the country. Look at allegheny county here okay. This is the most operative thing you see. Donald trump jo jorgensen. They followed this law perfectly. This is a law mathematics. How is it than allegheny county. Joe biden didn't just not follow. It looked so incredibly artificial. You saw this. Also here in milwaukee milwaukee wisconsin how is it that don blankenship detailed trump brian carroll write in candidates jo jorgensen all perfectly followed bedford's law but joe biden didn't in wisconsin. How what is the possible explanation for this and the only answer possible voter fraud is because when you have these big numbers that you're dealing with you beat benfrid slaw in one in a billion one billion and i think you're actually starting to see a lot of republicans wake up to the work. We've been doing here on this livestream you see mitch mcconnell. It just came out you see a lot of other republicans that have come out. And they've said you know what there might be something these voter fraud investigations starting to see this in arizona too. Well we'll talk tonight about for after the results. Come out seven. But what's been going on in arizona as they been following the law so with the voting centers with all of it right. There are not even interested in following the law to verify the vote. That's on the books. Yes forget about all the illegal stuff that's happening in the background. That's that can't even be addressed by the law right. What i find most interesting is that they say be patient. I have another story here. I want to try and find. Be patient be patient. Let us count the votes at all costs but then as soon as there's more votes to be counted that might contradict some of their wanted achieved political aims. There like it's over. Stop counting the votes. Where in georgia. The georgia secretary state came out and said that we are gonna find double voters and legal voters in same day. Registration straight up senate. So i have called this and you might know this. I know you know this. I've called this. The ozark election mardi bird was the designer behind all of this. Okay it is the ozark election. This is ballot laundry. Let me read you. Something from the new york city andy. Defraigne entity frame way over my head. Don't get the reference all a lot of our old people it's like it's like the number one movie ever shawshank redemption. He was of course party. That's okay it's cooking. The books prison zillow or something was the name of the mexico city. They went to weird. How i remember that. I wanna play this georgia clip right now. Where georgia gives an update on the recount. Efforts did you see this your nightly news if you did it. They're lying to play tape. We're going to find that people did illegally vote. That's going to happen. There are going to be double voters they're going to be. People shouldn't did not have the qualifications of registered to vote in the state that will be found is ten thousand three hundred fifty three unlikely but every election as i said i think every day at this odium is imperfect the issue now is with margins where the winner for the closest in the country point two percents margins. Are this tight every little thing matters. Well here's the thing is that there has not been widespread investigations into this voter fraud and so people say well. Widespread voter fraud does not exist. Here's why consider to be the mardi bird ozark election. This is ballot laundry. Let me read you from the new york times. The name of the article as more vote by mail. Faulty ballots could impact elections. Here's what it says. Voters in nursing homes can be subjected to subtle pressure outright intimidation or fraud. The secrecy of their voting is easily compromised and their ballots can be intercepted both coming and going and so. We came up with this theory last evening. And it's proven to be true that the one thousand seven hundred. Seventy four percent increase in voter registration. For ninety plus year olds in pennsylvania goes in the midst of a pandemic by why are ninety year olds in the midst of a pandemic sang. Now i wanna go register to vote. What's really telling here if i were the mardi bird behind this criminal operation. If i was trying to launder ballots. I would register a bunch of senior citizens that are quarantined and i would intercept all the ballots. They go to the nursing homes. Yeah of course and then that would expand and then you clean the ballots by dropping them off into these ballot box. Locations belva list of different pieces of voter fraud indictments from across the country. Can you can you name a couple of these off your id. There's a lot of them. Obviously people say big isabel by the way does amazing work with us attorney point. Usa usa dot com name. Some of these off there's tons for one. Mackenzie oliveira pleaded no contest recently to ballot petition. Fraud charged with providing a false. Have david for a referendum or a recall petition with signatures for that Randomly cole was admitted to the jefferson. County friendship diversion program following charges. That they'd illegally voted in previous elections as a felon. They were obviously in eligible to cast ballots. There's tons of stories like that in here with diversion program. I'd be very interested in learning more about the county friendship. Jefferson let me see. Is that what happens in jefferson county if you if you commit a diversion program felonies committed of charlton county georgia. It's okay. I'm just going into the friendship. Diversion program no big deal. So look this pocket. Which is huge obviously voter fraud. Isabel has of information. Analysis diversion programs and successful full of people who are ineligible to cast absentee ballots. People who defrauded signature petitions to get ballot initiatives onto ballots to begin with people who were convicted. Felons they were illegal to vote in the first place. We have literally thousands of examples just sitting right here in front of us. And it should terrify you that the mainstream media is refusing to talk about this. These are substantial claims with potential. That should be investigated to the fullest extent possible. But unfortunately we're not talking about it. And and i can tell you this that you know the one thing that i don't wanna get people's you know. I don't want to mislead anyone. But if the supreme court comes in and rules that any backdated dated ballots or any ballots that were not corroborated. The voter rolls are illegal. President trump could win pennsylvania. He could win georgia. I don't know about arizona but he could win michigan. And i'm telling you right now until the supreme court speaks. This election is not over over and over until the supreme court speaks on this election. It is not over. Why was al gore. Given thirty seven days to meander around and not concede. Bring it all the way up to the us supreme court and for the state. Legislators out there they hold all the power to be able to do something about this. Arizona has a republican state allegedly. Yeah legislature we still do. Looks like we're great allegedly allegedly. We'll be good now. We're good we're doing good on. The same is true. For many of these other contested states to and i think ultimately it falls down to that state legislature perspective. Luckily hopefully that will probably work out in good favor but you know it's not just a republican versus democrat issue this is about all voters who need to restore integrity in this process and the supreme court is going to play a huge role in that moving forward and so if the supreme court is able to intercede. Here's some possible rulings that they could give now by the way some people say well. That's not what the supreme court decision is. That's not what people are asking. The supreme court has given precedent down now that they can make some very wide reaching decisions. For example if the supreme court is able to say an overturn gay marriage referendums in twenty two states in twenty a defensive marriage ax. Why can't the supreme court come in and say wait a second any absentee ballot that is not verified for citizenship and livelihood alive shouldn't be considered so for example isabel. Give me another dead odor. Here's the problem though. Is that a lot of these voting systems. Once the vote goes in. they don't who's ballots. Who's will but the issue allegedly. You're right but they have. The name on the ballot. They have a bar code. That should be connected to sell assassination. Here's this is where you start. Really creepy on the dominion system and everything else right is they do know who you are. And thanks to our friends in tech. They know exactly who you are and they are now. Allegedly they know exactly how you voted on an electronic system and so this is where start getting into all the things where. Everyone's super creeped out. Its you if you ask them that question when you leave. They'll say no we don't know we only know like what precinct you came from and it was very specific information. We don't know was you voted. And that's how they use the cover to have those ballots submitted and then be able to say. Hey once it's done it's done. There's no there's no reversal course. Here except for redoing the election. When that's a question some people say can they order a revote in the states. The supreme court can't of course they can and they and honestly they should if there's thousands of voters that are dead. That voted and they can't they can't tell you in. Here's the problem that they have now. Now they have to actually know exactly who voted for exactly and that's scary and that's scary enough for the federal government to come in for the doj to come in and say we should not have any systems like this. They're able to tell you exactly. Exactly what voted for like who was assigned to what ballot. And that's there is no secret anymore so here. Here's my argument if we can have georgia runoff on january fifth. Why can't we have a revote in wisconsin michigan pennsylvania arizona and georgia if we can have a senate runoff. Here's here's my argument for keeping the country together where this is headed right now because it dominion voting systems and accounting stopping atlanta philadelphia. Detroit milwaukee and the apparent fraud the dead voters. That are voting with great regularity. And all these questions. The supreme court should and could by the way they could because the supreme court has way more power than i think. People realize oracle three gives the supreme court and extraordinary amount of power. Which is why. I'm wearing the shirt right here. Which has full court press. There's a picture of gorsuch conybeare it. The best and i think that's styled after what's the movie with will ferrell and the tropics is that i can't remember the basketball i've seen for but this this election is far from over until the supreme court speaks. Well i'm glad both of you brought up dominion because obviously that's been a big subject of conversation in the last forty eight hours or so and i'm sure katherine kelly who was born in one thousand nine hundred and voted in michigan. This cycle would agree that this is an important thing to talk about in michigan as we were just talking about as many of these states. It's going to go to some sort of state legislature hearing in the republican controlled senate in the state of michigan. Do you think that there's some sort of positive outcome that could come about from that. Where do we go from here. With thirty states using the dominion software and the concern in michigan beyond. Well again it comes down to a couple of things. If the department of justice really does a full court press and is able to prove that there's been some irregularities potential foreign interference in dominion and the trump campaign who's arguing in front supreme court could demonstrate that. I hope everyone understands the. Us supreme court can order a revote. Here's a great example. The us federal courts can allow extensions in voting if there's a hurricane with the pandemic so for example. They're still today's the last day that they allow balanced received pennsylvania. Insane right to today's the last day so they've allowed them just before dishonest. Now the here's one way that the supreme court might have dug themselves a whole though. The supreme court. I think violated the us constitution. Why because the constitution says clearly. That elections must be held on the first tuesday after the first monday in november. Now it's worded really weird. You might say why is it worded that way because it for banking reasons when they i wrote the constitution. They didn't want to have it on. The first tuesday necessarily was might have been the first day of november. So i know it sounds weird but it must be the first tuesday after the first monday now. The reason that's important is that technically. I shouldn't allow to be received after that day with the supreme court just did with allowing nine days of seven days of ballot harvesting. They just set precedent for a revote totally. They just set precedent that all of a sudden that. Maybe the first tuesday after the first monday isn't the last thing last. Maybe all of a sudden you can have a revote. And i think that either you have a full manual hand recount or. Let's just see us all the time and energy. You can have georgia runoff in january. Then we demand a full revolt in wisconsin michigan pennsylvania arizona and georgia although states about a full revolt in any state that had dominion voting systems. Thirty states so that would mean obviously would be very overwhelming. Change most likely in the outcome of this election. There'd be a lot of unhappy elections departments across the united states. Very unhappy that their work for the last two years or four years has been wandering. Yeah yeah they put a lot of work until laundry those ballots. Yeah and changing the voting systems. You guys have heard me talk about good ranchers before they do such a great job. Ranchers began with the standard of bringing a hundred percent. American born raised and harvested meat to families across america. 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Speaking of harry maxwell of delaware county in pennsylvania was charged in two thousand eighteen with absentee ballot fraud in his confession. He said he would pick up and get them to sign absentee ballots in the names of deceased individuals. Speaking of what we were talking about earlier he pleaded guilty to that with one count of forgery and one count of false use of an absentee ballot Two counts of criminal conspiracy and was sentenced to just two years probation. You know it seems that there's not a lot of concern historically with the outcome of this illegal voting and moving forward making sure that that never happens again which is why the litigation process. That's ongoing right now and where we move forward from here in. The supreme court is so important because clearly voter fraud has been exposed in the past. It's been a problem in united states. Elections in previous years is obviously a problem right now needs to be investigated so that this never happens again so we have a video here that we have not been able to verify but lots of people are saying that. It's true so i have to give that disclaimer. But it certainly looks true and i think this is a i wanna make sure i get this right. Is that a georgia poll worker. What is the state connor pennsylvania. I'm sorry pennsylvania. Okay watch this video. It's horrifying play tape. The vote bill which needs injure both in we separate so these happen to say like this one. Donald j dumb truck that will just don't make it worth so again we have not been able to independently verify this. Can we play that again but before we do this. It looks like a real ballot. You and i've seen enough ballots in our life. That looks like a real ballot. He's wearing something that looks like. He's was either directing traffic at a church or that. He's a so his uniform definitely doesn't look like he's just somebody off the side of the street. He's wearing a mask. He's got the full uniform and that ballot looks pretty legit connor. Can you pause the video. As soon as you holds up the ballot will be able to see just by the coating weather. This is a fake video or not. okay. Let's play the video again. The vote bill which needs injured boats and we separated so these wallis tap into like this. I don't know if you could pause it or not. You posit we lost hold on. We'll play it again. The vote the house which needs to injure both and we separated so some. Say like this. That looks like a real ballot. Tyler what do you think. I'm gonna assume that trill. I'm just going to take it for what it's worth. I mean can you in pennsylvania email us free to charlie kirk dot com. If that looked like your ballot. I mean it would be an awfully intricate process to photoshop. That if it wasn't real so at first glance seems like seems like a lot of work like you said just stage that whole thing. Why would he dress like. He's parking cars at a church. If he's not doing that all right finished the video. Here's the scary part. Donald j dumb. Here's the scary part about this. The think about all the old people that are being abused by these. These democrat vote harvesting centers. What they're doing is going to. So we talked about this a couple of nights ago. The first place that had the highest amount of returns for democrats in arizona were senior areas. You would never expect that because you don't think of the democrat. Party is the senior party. However there just tons of senior citizens of the democrat party obviously just like there are tons of young people in the republican party. And they're going to these places and they're harvesting their ballots beasley. Prime the amount of grannies hands telling them how to vote voting for them. Think about how many conservatives that they're collecting these four and they're doing just that not on video that just ripping up all of their ballots for this new york times calls this granny farming. It's happen let me see if i can find the exact part of the articles here in case you have to assume that they're going to the work to collect. There're people's ballots that they're also go into the work to their opponents ballots right like this happening in places where there's vulnerable senior citizens and you have these disgusting groups that go in and take advantage of these old people You have to see him again. You have to assume that that's happening and we're seeing it. We're seeing it every night. We're seeing you know where the left has paid organizers. Clearly these guys are paid to do this. Whether it's unionized. Whatever union guys or part of organizations that are leftist crazy organizations and they're going in and they're hurting people and they're hurting people by tearing up their votes and taking advantage of. This is another reason. Why mail in ballots are terrible. Two things number one. We've got about fifty e saying that that looks like a pennsylvania ballot of people that are watching in pennsylvania. So thank you. Email us freedom at charlie kirk dot com number two tyler to reinforce your point election administrators have a shorthand name for the central weakness voting by mail. They call it granny farming now. I wouldn't think this would be a big deal. If i didn't see the one thousand seven hundred seventy four percent increase in voter registration for ninety plus year olds of people in a pandemic crazy. So you shelter in place on the ninety plus year olds you turn these old people's homes into lockdown areas. They don't leave their home. They don't leave their unit. And then these ballots get sent and it says here in the new york times article. It says in their ballots can be intercepted both coming and going and then they blend all these ballots together and drop them into big tech funded ballot drop boxes and that's not even the only concern taking advantage of elderly voters in this election. We see an ongoing lawsuit and clark county in las vegas nevada where an elderly person showed up to vote the polls. An absentee ballot was already filled out in. Your name. were ineligible to vote. Even though she had changed residencies i she was living in a nursing home at this point. I'm not one hundred percent sure. But how sad is that to take advantage of people in our society from the side that claims every vote is what matters. We have to honor every single or the side. That i mean this is the you talk about the left talking about humanizing off the world like wearing human people because we just don't care about people and they're literally taking advantage of old people every election cycle and this is something that i think we need to really put put into place. I think the right needs to really find an organization that just stakes out these places as soon as early ballots. Come out we can cat. We need cash people. We need to prosecute them because this is this. We'll see if i was doj which i'm not and i was looking at the low hanging fruit to get something really tangible very quick. It's very simple. I take this list of people that were born a hundred into one hundred five hundred fifteen years ago. How about this one right here. Born in nineteen fifteen cordelia pits. It says voted or how about mary. Cyb risky voted ballot received. I go find make sure these people are actually deceased. Which i don't know how many one hundred and six year olds there are in michigan. Don't think there's that many one thousand nine hundred hundred and eight years old so alice babcock you go and find them or what happened to them and then you back trace where the ballot was sent you find the bar code you start there. It's not that hard. And if you had a team in investigators this would be very simple. There's an entire division of the division. It's a rain yes this is. This is a drug lord ring. That's a very important point tyler. Because people say there's no such thing as widespread voter fraud hold on a second. There's widespread money laundering. You just don't see it unless you look for its right. There's widespread drug dealing. You'll see unless you look for it. There's widespread wire fraud. There's widespread phishing scams. I mean we could go on and on unless you have personnel. That looks into these things and by the way we are now raising the alarm on all of it and what's amazing is that the activist media is usually on the cutting edge of getting authorities to look into things right. Usually they're like. Oh we want the government. Go look into things. They triggered investigations for example. Harvey weinstein okay. Harvey weinstein was under no criminal serious criminal investigations until the one guy that works for the new yorker What's his face. I'll think of it as roman and run a sorta looking into it all these criminal investigations. Okay but now we are seeing breaking tonight. As mentioned attorney general. Bill barr authorized. Doj to look into voting irregularities quote. Attorney general william bar memo issued on monday authorized the department of justice look into voting irregularities in the two thousand twenty presidential election. Now i'm gonna make a side argument. That's very very important. I think bill barr needs to release the durham report. Right now. y these democrats need to know that they're on notice and there will be prosecution no matter what they do derm report right now and so. Bill barr as an opportunity to save his reputation of with it. The united states of america if bill barr is able to uncover exactly what we see here. Everybody don't put it past gorsuch cavanaugh. Alito thomas and amy conybeare it to say revote in the five states they have thority that is not out of their jurisdiction. Everybody read article three of the us constitution and no matter how much they pick it or how much they protest there how much they outrage. Revote january fifth. It'll be time before the new inauguration. We have a senate run off. And by the way you have to have all your ballots counted by the next morning. Atlanta philadelphia milwaukee detroit. Nothing possibly could prevent that. Can you read this affidavit quickly for i'm really glad you brought this up charlie because we do have actual evidence at this point as it would be considered evidence under a court of law. That fraud did take place. That's been the talking point of the media for several days that there's no such thing as widespread voter fraud and there is quote. No well we have evidence right here in front of us. It's a signed affidavit. From an individual in pennsylvania. There's another one that came out in nevada earlier today This one is from richard hopkins which essentially says he's over the age of eighteen years old. He's legally competent to make this declaration. An as an employee of the united states postal service he worked as a carrier in the erie. Pennsylvania post office. And here's what he said. Although as i understand. Pennsylvania law ballots must be postmarked by eight o'clock. Pm on election day. November third twenty twenty in pennsylvania. The postmaster directed his co workers and him to pick up ballots after election day and provide them to him as discussed more fully. He heard the postmaster a supervisor at his office that they were going to backdate the postmarks on the ballots to make it appear as though the ballots had collected on november third. Two thousand twenty despite them in fact being collected on november fourth and possibly later this essentially went all the way into november fifth year seeing multiple days of these ballots being completely backdated. They were later directed. The ballots be picked up through friday november six twenty twenty and postmarked as if it was tuesday november third again. This is clearly in violation. Not only of what the law says. What of what we know is the right thing to do in these elections. I think we're going to be seeing a lot. More of these signed affidavits come forward. Individuals feeling empowered to speak the truth. Because they're seeing other people start to do so. I'm excited for that. But this idea that the activists media to have a vested interest in directing us to investigate these things refuses to even acknowledge that there is evidence. Let alone signed affidavit. From postal workers from polling workers is completely despicable was signed by him. Right it was yes it was signed by him and by the way just as a side note all of this information on the board in front of us. All of these stacks of papers in front of us. All of this is public information. You might have to do some digging and you might have to do some research. But we're not rocket scientists uncover. All of this information is there. I think the more of us that start asking these questions. The more likely it is that the authorities that be you're going to start investing so isabel de remember guy with the name of marquess. It's okay if you don't versus. Dan mccready so now one of solvent skis. Rules is to hold the enemy to their own book of rules. Who was calling for revote in the calendar year of two thousand nineteen. Does anyone remember this. This was neatly tucked under though the cobwebs of history the nation which is nothing more than a soviet newspaper says. North carolina's revote is a win for democracy. Now i don't know if you guys remember this or not but there was a race in north carolina between republican marquess and democrat. Dan mccready nine hundred and five votes separate them separated them close as the race was the margin would have been sufficient for harris to walk into congress. Had it not been for allegations of election fraud. Though mccreevy initially conceded the north carolina democratic party gathered sufficient evidence of a ballot harvesting scheme organized by harris operatives. Today accused republican of it. Absentee ballots were collected from areas. That were presumed the lean democratic but they were never turned in get this both the north carolina board of elections and us house of representatives refused to certify the election. This is last year. An inquiry by the board of elections found evidence of coordinated unlawful substantially resourced absentee ballot scheme. That seemed to involve more a thousand ballots or ballot request forms by mid february. Even harris the republican acknowledged that the public's confidence in the knights district's seat general has been undermined to an extent that a new election is warranted. He never done that. Of course it's the republicans always conceding. The board of elections voted unanimously to order. Today's revote between democrat mccreevy and iraq war veteran and solar energy company executive a new republican nominee. Right wing state. Legislator dan bishop. What's the lesson here. We had a revote in north carolina last night when he regularities were found and it was for a house. Seat and democrats were calling for a revote. Is that swing state. of course it is. Oh is that. Oh is that a contestant state meli contested house race okay. It's we by the way we did. Work there in that district that one of our great leaders is damn bishop's son at north carolina state university of north carolina state and. I have not heard anyone bring up this race though. Have you not once not once you did. Well here on the rush limbaugh about that. Look a lot of people talk about censorship on social media. I know i do. And the left wants to silence and remove any voices. They don't agree with twitter and facebook. Were supposed to be open platforms. I don't need their content moderators acting like the op. Ed section of the failing new york times so that of leading social media sites revoke your right to free speech. How about revoking their right to data. 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Kirk dot com slash support flooding island. Florida i wanna think francine for supporting us from o'fallon missouri. I wanna thank thank dina for supporting us from folsom california. It helps us. Continue the drumbeat. Charlie kirk dot com slash support by the way one of the reasons. Why bill barr has been activated into action is because of programs like ours. You understand that politicians play out the script that we give them. You have to understand that. The people in charge do as they are told. They need clear instructions so we keep the drumbeat going here every single night. That is the pressure the public pressure campaign that they need one hundred percent to do what the right thing so by for example every single one of you right now that are watching in your like can we possibly get a revote. Yes we can happen last year earlier com north carolina orders new. Us us election after tainted vote. Every single person should be publicizing. That democrats were calling for a revote. They didn't like the election results. We are calling for a revote because of the same thing that they wanted the revote for for election. Fraud you criminal indictments isn't just election frog. This is like these are. They had deep concerns about the election right and they did a revoke straight a fraud. And they're like no no no no no no need to revoke literally video footage of people ripping up and our our guy was registering people. And they're like oh gotta revote. It's the district that we have to win. It's unbelievable okay. you guys. I'm reading through more of this giant stack of voter fraud. Which is quite fascinating. Maybe we should email everyone a copy of this because it really is a good coming here. We go utterly all absentee ballots. Absentee ballots absentee ballots. Sending in absentee ballots for illegal aliens. Mailing absentee ballot to another state that you're not registered anymore because you left which is certainly a concern in the state of nevada that we've been hearing a lot about lately casting absentee ballot after already casting an in person ballot because it's open after election day like we were just talking about a minute ago. I mean i could literally come up with tens of thousands examples of for you guys right now in twenty twenty In years past in previous elections. This is un believable to me that we have people who've been prosecuted for this before it's been a concern before and yet everyone is saying there's no substantial evidence of widespread voter fraud. Absentee ballots are completely safe to use. There's no concern for mail in voting whatsoever. All of you are probably opening up social media just like us and if you even see a tweet about the words mail in ballot twitter flags that saying mail in balloting is completely safe completely harmless. There's nothing to be concerned about whatsoever and those videos like the one that we just showed you are probably going to be scrubbed in a matter of about thirty minutes to an hour. The same thing happened with some video footage Earlier this week so you need to make sure that you are taking advantage of the opportunity to find this publicly available information quickly as soon as possible Because it takes the loud voices of people like us people who are independent. brush up. So let's put this up on screen. Connor police look at the google trends. Here look at how many people have been searching how to sell a ballot. Oh my gosh. Look at this. Look at the spikes. Is it onscreen right now. Connor the yellow is all throughout the month of october of people. That were googling how to sell a ballot and then after that they said election fraud punishment just worried than they did. Election fraud prison and the day right before the election how to sell ballot. Wow you don't find what you don't look for and problems that are not confronted multiply. Let's go to the next one. Look at this look in the states that have the highest amount of search results for how to sell a ballot and election fraud punishment. Arizona california's always just the constant right california's on there because it's just consistently always fraudulent everything else. The swings california has a cottage industry marijuana and ballot selling like right behind heroin. It's it's ballots. So new mexico's heroines. Dorgan now legal so we have confirmation here. Can we go back to that. Video police or the guy ripping up the ballot allegedly so before we look at the ballot I have a picture of one of our listeners. That email those freedom at charlie kirk dot com if it's a legitimate pennsylvania ballot donald trump would be listed second. I think that's right. Yeah is every state does a different order in arizona. for example i think trump was. I is that right I'm just thinking memory from at random again for those of you. That are just looking at us coming. In what look at this video of a pennsylvania Pennsylvania poll worker allegedly a tearing up trump ballot. And this is just the one that he publicized. How many other trump did he tear up. who knows. We'll we'll never know at the bill which needs injure both in we separate so these scrap into to say like this donald j dumb. That would just don't make it worse. Yup that corroborates based on everything that we have available. Are we doing more investigation than the department of justice. But guess what we are now. In an era of citizen journalism we are now in an era where we have to do the work because the new york times the washington post and all of these other outlets will not do this work. We are now waiting for another arizona. Drop on a think. I want to thank the people that are supporting. Charlie kirk dot com slash support. Jacqueline from nevada. Thank you ryan from louisiana. Thank you jesper from hawaii. Thank you yearly from california. Five hundred dollars amazing. Thank you They are saying. Actually they're from idaho. It's awesome and matt from iowa. Thank you so much. And someone's asking where's isabel from. She's from p usa dot com and we are all wearing gp usa tsa store dot com isabel to contribute op teepee usa dot com isabelle as a contributor for turning point usa on tv. Say live you can find her at. Tsa live and we are always growing our contributor team by the way. So i work with an amazing group of people. If the question was what state i'm from i'm from the state of colorado which in and of itself had interesting week when it came to the election and ballot initiatives this week album proud to be from colorado. Isabel was each chapter leader with turning-point usa. Colorado state university was for her sister's also followed suit. It's very exciting. Go into you and are they graduating my younger sister. One is a junior. See you one is taking a gap year this year actually prior to college which. I'm very supportive of all you high school seniors right now. we are waiting on any zona less than favorable. Yeah less than favorable but that this was kind of what it was expected. It looks like the biden. Lead now across arizona's cut to fourteen thousand or so fourteen fourteen and a half thousand votes It was about fifty fifty for the most part. Looks like it goes pretty close How many ballots did they say. Six thousand three hundred ninety six thousand a pretty small drop. In comparison with might've a real democrat blend. Those that just now Is that does that paired off of archer i. I'm not saying. I would assume that's the we haven't got a back yet but i would assume that's the maricopa return. I want to clear something up that a lot of are emailing us freedom at trolley. Kirk dot com. I'm not the bearer of bad news realclearpolitics. I don't think ever called the race for biden so they didn't pull it They just never called the race for by so just wanna make sure we clear that up so that's very important but look here's here's the here's the case right now. We must keep the pressure on. We can see nothing. We do not give an inch. Here's what needs to happen. We need to do. The nation told us to do which again is the nation. Basically as soviet pravda the nation september. Tenth two thousand nineteen north. Carolina's revote is a win for democracy. When elections cannot be resolved with recounts. They should be held again. They made us do a revote for a republican race or republican north carolina. Not because there was proven voter fraud but because they were allegations of voter fraud right the. Us supreme court should come in and order. A revote in wisconsin michigan pennsylvania georgia in arizona. They should announce it in the next couple of weeks. It's going to happen the say day. Same day as the georgia runoff. And no more absentee ballot nonsense. No more vote by mail because guess what the pandemic over right. There's a vaccine. Allegedly everyone can go out and celebrate as if there's no problems whatsoever you look after the notre dame football game could you imagine i just want you to imagine something. What if the left with all their celebrations and all this sort of preemptive nonsense. Why do we have to go send balanced everybody now. There's no pandemic allegedly all of a sudden. You've got to go vote in person. I mean they are out in the streets as if it's mardi gras mixed with the new year celebration mixed with the turn of the millennium and if they have january fifth and say fine you vote in person you re. You can request an absentee ballot. And you wanna see liberals angry. Just wait for the. Us supreme court through the full court press and by the way this is not the realm of possibility right. This is what happens when you keep the pressure on. They want you to give up. So charlie maybe for those who don't have a great understanding of what this timeline looks like one of the big questions i've gotten today through social media through email etcetera has been okay so what happens tomorrow versus a few weeks from now or a few months from now. Do you wanna maybe give a rundown on what that might look. So the best case right now is for the president to file directly with the us supreme court and basically ask for a revote. Slash recounts recount is different than revote. I think the best way to do this. The only way that people are going to have faith in the system is a full and total revote. That's the only way and courts have ordered. Revotes before i just went to the north carolina example and we have plenty of time everybody in order for the us constitution to stay intact. It requires the next president to sworn in on january twentieth right. That's actually in the constitution center. I prefer date. I believe is constitutional rights that extra constitutional meanings that tradition to january twentieth. Twentieth january twentieth. And so we have plenty of time. So here's the least likely half just so everyone's clear. The least likely path is that we find all these irregularities in dominion and then they reverse it and make donald trump the winner. Okay that's probably not going to happen. But if there is a good enough from the doj from all of the exposure of voter fraud that we find the dead voters the increase of voter registration with older voters. How trump did a point. Better in dc five points better in san francisco versus two thousand sixteen five points better in chicago all sorts of different things. You combine all that together then are able to say that we need a revote says in the constitution inauguration day moved january twentieth beginning and nineteen. Thirty seven following the ratification of the twentieth amendment of the constitution where it has remained cents a similar sunday exception and move to monday is made around the state as well which happened nine hundred fifty seven nine hundred eighty five in two thousand and thirteen so there has been some precedent but i think those are all incumbent presidents that are running for reelection. Think about that would be a dwight. D eisenhower in fifty seven. Yeah that's right dwight. D eisenhower and fifty seven reagan and five and obama and thirteen. That'd be the only reason why they would move it to a sunday. Because there's not a problem with the transition of power elizabeth harrington on twitter breaking right now just says the detroit poll-watcher at four thirty am on november fourth quo. Tens of thousands of ballots have been delivered from out of state quote unlike the other ballots. These boxes were brought in from the rear of the room quote. I specifically noticed. Every ballot. I observed was cast for joe biden. This is a sworn affidavit. Everybody this is evidence. Let's get this onscreen. And unless show the notre dame people celebrating. We get the sunscreen. This is a big deal. Tens of thousands of ballots. Revote revote revolt amy coney barrett gorsuch and cavenaugh order a revote. There is precedent. I just showed you precedent. No one else is talking about this. North carolina revoked precedent. No one else's and we have the evidence. Can we get sunscreen here. Police so i can read this okay. It's on the it's on that other chat a revote constitutional no matter what they say. These state legislators can also order a revolt. These state legislatures can say we want a revolt. We do not trust dominion voting system the voter registration irregularities all these sorts of different things. A revote is absolutely necessary. Let's get this up on screen and make it full screen. I'll read it right here as it comes up right here as well. Yep here's part of this. Signed affidavit and like i said earlier this is important for those not familiar with legal jargon. This is considered evidence in a court of law so when the media tells you there is no evidence. This is evidence right in front of you went to georgetown law. I took a few law classes. I have not gone to law school yet. But i did about a georgetown took a few classes. I'm on my way. I'm technically a one. So there you go out. Approximately four thirty am. I thought everyone was going to go home as our shift had ended. There were two men in charge of the couching one in his thirties and one in his fifties out approximately four thirty. Am on november. Fourth two thousand twenty. The man in his fifties got on the microphone. And stated that another shipment of absentee ballots would be arriving would have to be counted. I heard other challengers say that. Several vehicles with out of state license plates pulled up to the center. A little before four thirty. Am this is election day on november fourth and unloaded of ballots out approximately four thirty. Am tens of of ballots were brought in and placed on eight long tables. Unlike the other ballots. These boxes were brought in from the rear of the room. The same procedure was performed on the ballots. That arrived at approximately four thirty. A m but i specifically noted that every ballot i observed was cast for joe biden while counting these new ballots. I heard counter say at least five or six times that all five or six ballots were four. Joe biden all ballots sampled that i heard an observed or for joe biden certainly possible but statistically it's astronaut comically improbable. Something like that would happen though. Not even close. I mean not that. I want all of you guys to flip a coin one hundred times and if you get heads all one hundred times in a row. That's the chances of this happening. Let alone tens of thousands as we're seeing across the country with these overnight mysterious ballots. Sure have some of the numbers here. Tyler is blocking them. That's okay in michigan. There were sixty nine to one hundred five notes. Okay in michigan. There were sixty nine to one hundred. Fifteen thousand people. That just voted joe biden in atlanta philadelphia. Detroit milwaukee they stopped counting a hundred percent. Backdrops for joe biden. This would correlate guys. We're starting to put together all the evidence here. Let's go back to the main camera. We're starting to put together. The evidence of the doj now has a very serious case where they can go in and present it to the us supreme court and say or elections were compromised. And revolts. happened and revotes can happen. Email your questions freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. I wanna thank some people that are supporting us. Jamie from california. Thank you ryan from washington. Thank you get through this list here. That's some good ones on youtube to ryan from washington name. Some people from youtube. That might not bradley. Thank you thank you bradley. Send your questions super chats guys get put your super chats on there or email us freedom at charlie kirk doc. I mean look. We need a lot a lot of tens. We need a lot of one dollar a buck two buck by in here. Let's go so it on there. Put your questions on their. We'll we'll look at him. Lindsey thank you so much. It looks like you contribute twice tonight. Thank you so much. We appreciate you big deal while we're waiting for your questions charlie. I want to circle back to something. You just said about the number of people. That only voted for joe biden. If this is your first time tuning into the charlie kirk show this week or you haven't heard this on the mainstream media so far there have been four hundred. Fifty thousand ballots discovered across america. That only have they vote for former vice president. Joe biden not congress. Not for senate not for any ballot initiatives again. I suppose it's theoretically possible that something like that. Were to happen of a statistically that's very very very improbable not even within the realm of possibility. We've never seen something like that happened before any united states election. And it's very we're talking about. How screwed up this whole arizona. Situation is now take the floor. Okay so all right. Arizona returns came in guys for those of you from arizona. It was a bad split. There's like a fifty fifty split for trump and biden the only count. Six thousand ballots are still a significant amount of remaining balance. But this is a bad sign and the reason why it's about sign is because Some of the language i was out there was these are. These are really clearly mixed ballots. Lots of independence. Things like that so But let me talk to you about what we discovered last couple of days here in maricopa county and this will really get your go a little bit here so america county. We have a you know an interesting system. When i was county chairman for maricopa county i was twenty and we go down there as the representative republican party to make sure that all the ballots get counted appropriately. And how they do is we have these electronic systems we were talking about dominion and the electronic systems are supposed to be verified with the hand tally. So basically everybody here knows what a precinct is. A precinct is the smallest the smallest geographical unit for elections for your boundaries That's typically where they how they separate polling places so your precinct is typically where you vote. And how they zona. How the state law reads arizona revised statutes and sixteen six. Oh to specifically stipulates that at least two percent of all precincts in a county have to be hand counted to validate the electronic voting machines. So what that means. Is that in america county where we have over seven hundred precincts fifteen half to be validated in order to make sure that they match up to the electronics. Now guess what happened. Kovic happened right. This magical thing called. It happened this last year. Everybody's freaking out running around going. Well we can't find places to have voting and we can't do in person voting because people aren't gonna show up or churches won't host us in schools won't host. All schools are shut down where we normally only places. Well what they instituted what they call voting centers and these voting centers. They said you can go anywhere you want. You don't have to vote in a precinct. You vote anywhere you want across the entire county and so when they did that when they instituted that what. They didn't realize what would happen. Is that this hand count procedure that they have to do after the election to verify the vote to make the machines actually work now. That's impossible so now what they're doing is they're verifying the vote by the voting centers. Which tells us that. The machines the voting centers work. I guess but whether or not able to tell us is was an entire precinct accounted for why is it so important why this should make you absolutely lose your mind if you're from arizona if you're from anywhere in the country really because this may be happening to you. I don't know even investigated anywhere else. Were the only ones investigating anything but literally. There's no one in the state of all the workers literally no one in the state that brought this like. Oh yeah yeah. It's not that big of a deal. No it's a huge deal because if all of a sudden votes went or votes added how the hell are we ever supposed to the no. We would never know because we can't match up the physical ballots that to randomly. Do draw to test this out versus what was spit out on the electronic machine that lines up to with this idea that we go to sleep saying there's fourteen thousand ballots left and then we wake up saying there's a hundred thousand still outstanding. I mean that's that's all lining up exactly with that so look. I'm not alleging that anything bad has happened. I will but i would say this is the state law arizona revised statutes again. Look it up for yourself. Those of you that are are hanging out at home are you know would be lawyers or you're better than law school. Or if you're a lawyer. Arizona revised statute sixteen six. Oh to specifically stipulates that at least two percent of these ballots need to be verified by precinct not by voting center. This make you absolutely lose your mind in those of you that are here. Please contact the board of supervisors plea in arizona in arizona. Contact the legislators contact the recorder and say you guys need to verify the vote and precincts by by two percent of precincts. So here's a really interesting article from bbc. It says vote rigging how to tell how to spot the telltale signs. So i love these kind of a little bit older. Not that old for years old articles written by the activists media when they used to do real journalism. And you could use that against them. It's one of skis rules right. So this is about a country called gabon. The third right and it talks about voter fraud. Which is a very common thing a third world and this article super well done by taxpayer-funded british media bbc. So let me tell you what they're telltale signs from. Daban are for how they vote how they spot voter fraud. So when these independent ngos non government organizations nonprofits go into the third world and they're trying to institute democracy. They use this. This this grading scale to be able to tell whether or not voter fraud exists like these are the this is like all. This doesn't happen than our kind of our our census. Don't go up. We don't signal the alarm. Here's how you know if you have voter front number one too. Many voters watch the turnout figures. They could be a big giveaway. You never get a ninety eight or ninety nine percent turnout they say. This voting is compulsory and bone. But it's not enforced even in australia where it's enforced. You can post vote by poster online. You could be fined for not voting turnout still only reaches ninety or ninety five percent ninety. Five percent vote in philadelphia number. Too high. A high turnout in specific areas. Where all of a sudden you have high urban turn-up number two large numbers of invalid. Votes such as absentee ballots mail in requests number that number two or number three number four more votes than ballot papers issued That sounds number five. The results don't match mobile. Phones have made elections much more transparent. It is standard practice to allow party agents and observers to see the vote counting process last one. My favorite this is from the third world. Okay this is what people used to go into third world countries to see if they're committing voter fraud the lay in announcing results. Yeah just wait. They say there's finally something that is not necessarily a sign of rigging but it's often assumed to be so and usually is what what's happening in arizona right now. It's been a week. They literally have are taking their sweet time. D'alene the vote little by little. Why what if they need arizona to win. Yeah what if they need. You know what i mean. They can't even call the state of alaska and the state of nevada. I mean these are tall states. They should be able to count all of these ballots fairly quickly even here in arizona counting seventeen thousand times going back to what i was bringing up. So if we have no way to verify the vote in any precinct that they took that off the table. Who knows how long it's been off the table in the mid west. It's been abused by democrats for decades. Now we're finally punching back. Yeah finally but like it's like. I'm telling you never have seen anything like this before. That's taken off the table. They're messing around with the votes are keeping people from voting. They're voting with dead people. Right there possibly ripping up tearing tearing votes at the polling places as poll workers while people can't watch you while people can't watch you do it and they're like oh no you can't we. We have to take our time candidate. Rest of these ballots. We need to make sure they do. And i'm sure there's wonderful people probably the third world which the us so. Beth van dyne one in texas. We did a lot of work there that we were the action we were there or did a lot of work there. That's another pickup for republicans. Which is a really big ones. A lot of women women winning for the republican women. So i wanna go in super interesting right now which is a transition. But before i do. I wanted to say you guys can email us. What you're seeing freedom. A charlie kirk dot com freedom at charlie kirk dot com. And then i want to dive deeper into that area. Zona thing i want to give you an exclusive update in the house of representatives by the way this screams fraud according to the gabon voter integrity guide there. There definitely is something wrong. That's happening here. Let me tell you why. The house of representatives is going to be super tight. Let me read this behind you. The phone of voter integrity guide again. I'm not fun of gabon. I'm just saying that they wrote this whole article and how to spot fraud. It's too many votes. High turn out in specific areas large numbers of invalid votes more votes than pay ballot papers issued results. Don't match and delay in announcing results. I feel like. I'm reading the news from the last week. Okay gabonese can i. Can i see this tyler for a second. So republicans won twenty eight of twenty nine competitive house seats. We flipped three state. Legislators and where we did not lose a single house seat. I was just reading that because it's really good information. Okay we're going back to the top camera here. Okay so let me tell you right now that there are still ten undecided house races across the country which is crazy that we can't count these ballots. Quicker but republicans are up in seven out of ten of them. The house representative is going to be really tight. Everybody super tight so let me go through some of these races right now. We won a south carolina pickup district. Nancy mace beat cunningham. Gop pickup we won an oklahoma. I beat that. ufc fighter. We wanna fifty two percent of the vote republican pickup. The democrats picked up to in north carolina. Only because of redistricting we picked up north carolina a new mexico to minnesota seven with fischbach which we help the net one meyer district three which we help them that one. Michelle my iowa district one. We hope them that one. Yeah and picking some good ones you were in a lot of place also elvira salazar which which we were there. We knocked doors. Sweaty hack and of florida twenty-six. We picked up now. There are still undecided races but seventy percent. Seven out of ten are leaning republican. Now my friend. Jim over white is in terrible recount battle in illinois fourteen. They're stealing that from him. It is an outright fraud stealing all but we are going to win in new york district. Eleven this amazing to me nicole mala. She's a wonderful woman. She's up fifteen points and they still have been called the race. Claudia is up eleven points and they still haven't called the race in new york twenty. Two burgess owens has taken a lead in utah. Burgess is going to win. you think. Yeah ben mcadams is such a loser. Can we get a picture of burgess owens police in the nfl. I'm gonna find a pencil. Can you imagine zones with snap pickup. He would snap big ben mcadams republicans have held every single house seat in the state of texas. Oh gosh look at this guy and that lines up with what everybody's been saying for. The last. several months from the conservative world to people are invested in house races. They're invested in. Who's running for mayor and city council and all of these more closer to home races because of everything that's been happening with the covid. Nineteen pandemic in the shutdowns and all of the regulations people had to pull up. One of these pictures. Dorky ben mcadams still. He's such a dork. So rand paul. I think wins the award for the tweet of the day. He says your government sent one point. One million dead people stimulus checks wonder. How many of these folks also voted absentee by the way. It's hilarious. it's true here's the important thing that's crazy. This keeps the drumbeat on. I'm telling you right now that this is how you get a revote from the. Us supreme court public opinion matters you going to rallies you making your voice hurt. You might think that all the judges and the justices they won't be affected. That's not true because public opinion has always mattered. It's very very human beings. They go to country clubs. They eat at restaurants. They have family members. They watch the news and read the newspaper. And i can show you. Can you put up this court of public opinion right here. So this is. This is hilarious depressing alarming and troubling all at once. Okay so this. I want you to look at this graph right here guys. So this is. The democratic trust in the election systems rise at republican trust plummets so back in october twenty six looking on that chart republicans and democrats equally trusted the elections look how to construct our system now that looked like the stock market once. We shut down our country back in march. Now why does this matter. Can we go back to feet. The the reason this really matters is that if you do not have trust in the system then you don't have trust in the leaders and then you don't have trust in the system that the leaders are governing and that's a very dangerous place but that's what they want. Well that's what we're that's what these award of. I think that part of them want that. I do actually think they want some semblance of something. They can rule. I don't think they wanna fractured kingdom to rule. Now you know. But but that's not what lenin believed lent late work well for linen. Yeah day they worked out. They wanted to break the system so they can promise you more well charlie on. I'm gonna tell you this. I'm going to say this the if you think. The democrat party loves joe biden and kamala harris. You're absolutely wrong. They're willing to sacrifice those two losers to get their common est ends met. I wanna say well the buzzword of the day on social media that everybody's been talking about is unity. And i think this word is very very interesting because there's all these widespread calls for. We must unify the country. We can have unity. We can embrace unity but we need to start asking ourselves. Are they talking about cultural unity. Which in which case. I absolutely support the. The american experience has been about cultural unity that regardless of all of our differences we are e pluribus unum out of many one. We are one nation under god but that doesn't mean we have to think the same way. But i think all of these leftists are calling for is political unity where we all have to think the same way because it is something that they can govern intellectual unit. Here here's what i think. I think that tyler you're right. They do want a certain amount of differences that they can get power. But i think that there is a level of fracturing becomes ungovernable right where they're not able to have any sort of power and they're flirting on this but they're flirting on this line but think about think about what's happened in minnesota. What's happening these place in san francisco. Where there's there is. So much fracturing the burn down their cities they run these cities already currently right right. Well you're right. I think though that there has to be a moment where do they actually want to rule right so they consider them the ruling class. They consider themselves the ruling class. They're very they consider themselves wealthier and smarter. And we know more than you and we're better people and you know we know the right moral code to abide ourselves by. This is how they actually think themselves right and so but there comes a point of. Do you actually want to govern a country. that is completely ereck. Here's an interesting quote though son sue. The author of art of war says love sunset. He's the best by the way. If you want to know exactly how to beat. These people read the art of war. Okay the nominal if he had one of the greatest quotes he said. Never underestimate a movement or man who is willing to burn down the country just to govern over the ashes. That's right. That's poignant today if i've ever see if i've learned one thing in politics though and i've seen it on the right to by the way i have watched in we live in arizona and i'll just say this i'm straight up and say you know went toe to toe with the mccain group and with that whole that whole that whole clan you know who you are. I love you guys. Don't think they probably they're probably not but they're probably There may be one or two I have seen over and over and over again. These guys that just love control so much they would rather control nothing. Then be not in control of everything and you mean would rather they'd rather break rather they'd be they'd rather destroy the party down to its bare bones and being charging it rather than invite everybody with different thought. Yeah that have differences of opinion that have different candidates that they support and support them. And that's the scary difference between the big government psycho socialist model and the freedom lover is who we support. And that's what well. And so we got a picture of burgess. Owens onscreen we find big mcadams steers nerd total. This is the great burgess. Owens burgess owens is about to win a house seat in utah. he's amazing let's go to the next slide. What a man offered get him outta here. So lou how much voter fraud they have in utah. There's a lot of nerds in utah. So voter fraud voter fraud You know what the people in utah are so nice. They're more worried about ice cream. Fraud and more ice cream is consume per capita and houston are wondering what the citation is for. This bbc article will post it on. Charlie kirk dot com in the show notes of how riggan election which we are seeing every single one of these things being violated emails. Your questions everybody. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com freedom at charlie kirk dot com and yes. The doj is investigating. And you're part of that the more that we have kept this drumbeat going. Do you notice how a lot of these television networks have. Just stop talking about anything with voter fraud or dead. People voting or mail in voting problems the same way they don't they don't talk about hillary clinton because they're afraid of getting sued by everybody in their mom. Well we say allegedly here right. We should just have the allegedly entire show entire show is in alleged show allegedly allegedly independently. So you know what allegedly happened today. they kick they kick kayleigh mcenany right off. Tv and she's she's literally america's sweetheart with her. She tweeted at me. I saw that was awesome election day by name. But she's america's sweetheart. And i swear if if if these guys have neil cavuto kicks kaley off again. I'm gonna lose it. So i i want to want to reinforce the point that we were making earlier not science can you. Can you put the fan Faith in the system police so if the democrats all day care about power only care about maximizing are able to control over the rest of us then this actually vindicates their goals because eventually this country will fracture when you only have thirty percent of registered. Republicans you thirty and that that number's going down that have faith in the system. That then elects leaders. Then you will have a country that then descends into rebellion. And i'm not so people say oh civil war. That's not what i'm saying. I think it's actually gonna be a lot more nuance than that. I think people are gonna call for a national divorce. I think people might just say. I'm not going to pay my taxes. I think you're going to have ten million people say i'm not gonna pay my taxes this year come arrest all of us and that sort of sequence of events is really really bad for the fabric of our country. Now here's where. I will agree with you though tyler. You know who wants that number to go down. China wants that number go down. China wants thirty percent of republicans did not have faith in the actually the american system. Yeah but that's That's joe biden. I mean i'm telling you this. I'll tell you this. These people are anti-american. I mean the people that want to take over this country. Do not love america. They want to be a completely different place. They would change the name they would change their flag. They would they would. They would get rid of. That's what they're doing step by step. They hate everything about where they were born into and they have no idea. What's out there. Well that's what it's all about though at the end of the day why we're doing this why we're doing the investigation we we're talking about this stuff for us. It's not just about who wins this election. I mean that could go one way or another honestly and it's honestly up of anybody's grabs at this point. We'll see what the litigation process looks like. This is about preserving the free world and western democracy and free speech and individual liberties that disappears instantly. If this does not continue to be talked about this is the fight for the entire civilization is what what we're talking about right. Yeah i mean this is at the very heart of it. that's why the present trite. That's why everybody that's why it's so scary. This everybody was like oh. There was a direct rejection of socialism with the nomination. You know what happens. Bernie sanders bernie. Sanders would've been the nominee had it not been for the democrat machine. I'm telling you right now. There is not a direct rejection of socialism in this country. We are in an all out war for those who love. America want to save the constitution. Want support freedom and our civil rights are civil rights to worship to say whatever we want to do. Whatever wants to lead whatever business we want and these people who want to destroy absolutely everything and they don't even have a clue why what's scary about it on campus. We do this every day triumphant. Usa isabel knows as a chapter leader. You'll start talking to people be like well. Why do you want to break the system. Like what are you trying to destroy the system for and they really have. No i cannot cannot tell you. I don't think i've had a single time where somebody is like just said you know what i actually think that you know this oppressive marxist system would be a better system for me. And here's the reasons why you never hear it now so breaking right now. Pennsylvania republican house members tomorrow will call for a legislative lead audit of the two thousand twenty election and demand. Election results not be certified. No electricity seated until the audit is complete. You guys did that. We helped start the drumbeat on this program. We had hundreds of thousands of years. Doing this and people were saying they said charlie. The phone lines are over. Melt melting over. You did that. So when you support us at charlie kirk dot com slash support when our podcast was number one in the news category yesterday. Number one big deal and number three number three in beating rogan for some time. So if you guys want to take out your phones and keep this rally going because it's not just for you if we wanna get a revote and save a republic i mean. Do you see what. Joe biden is going to do on day. One re enter. Who now he's finally showing what he's really gonna do you mind remember. She didn't run on any of the stuff. Now he's telling us who he really is president and he's not president yet. Everybody okay we can have a revote a we can have lots of different options stolen table. Joe biden says we're going to reenter the mexico city policy recent the mexico city policy. They're going to restore funding to planned. Parenthood reenter the. Who critical race theory. All departments of government immediately. And that's just on day one. Our national mask mandate and a lockdown basque force. I mean that we could go on and on and these are all questions to be. Sure they're going to take your guns away. Everybody up okay. So then also breaking on josh kaplan arizona republic arizona senate president calls for independent analysis of voting. I just looked at it. That's a big deal. I mean every one of the state legislators coming into action. Because i love some no president fan but she's still almost almost there. She's almost there. They need to just follow. The law calling for is increased. So that's half that's a hostile that we want. Which is more ballots will be looked at what we need to be looking at specific precincts if we ask the precincts. They're going to have to check every single county. And if we do that. I guarantee you. We're gonna find something. Yeah so we should. We should let him so look. Here's the significance everybody if these state legislators legislators find the fraud that we know exists that we absolutely know exists then we are able to submit into the us supreme court a request for a revote and that can absolutely happen. The states can authorize revote. Here's the really interesting thing. Is that the state. Legislature can authorize revolt. They can the state led to. Here's a really really fascinating thing that every state can appropriate their electoral votes however they want for example main does it by congressional district so does nebraska so of pennsylvania says you know what our legislature well. Here's the problem is. The governor probably has to agree to it. But it would get gridlock and then kicked into the courts but president trump has over three hundred three hundred judges and the and the federal courts and we have to do this very quickly and the us constitution says it's the state legislatures not the governor's mansions that actually seat. The people to go and representing the electoral college because of this very complicated system at the founders designed we have. We have some checks and balances here that we can actually engage it. We should talk about a little bit and do we have this. Do we have the cut from ken starr earlier this morning we have the cut from ken starr that we can play. I want. this is a very important piece of sound from the great ken starr. He sits on the honorary board at turning point usa. Before we get to that. I want to thank Greg from indiana. I wanna john from illinois. I wanna think of schaumburg illinois. I know schaumburg quite well. I wanna think michael. From south carolina and cara from michigan for supporting us to charlie kirk dot com slash support. Can we go to Ken starr talks about the states. That's the one that we have it. Let's play thank. You are most likely. Is that the supreme court will now do its duty in pennsylvania because it was very clear from the outset that what the governor did and what the state supreme court did was utterly unconstitutional. So it's a lawless act and at this stage. The supreme court has a solemn duty in light of the nature of the and the stakes at hand has to take the case so this is exactly why the us supreme court must act on this and authorize a revote in every single one of these states. Again revolts have happened before in our country and some people say that's radical that's dramatic. Do you wanna know. It's radical and dramatic stealing election from seventy one million people. That's radical and dramatic. Do we have the continuing sound from ken. Starr now listen to this one. And what happened in. Pennsylvania over the recent weeks is a constitutional travesty happily in recent days. We've seen justice samuel alito step. In as a single justice he has the power to do it and essentially in a very short order say the legislature is the boss. What the governor did this is. My interpretation is utterly unconstitutional. What the pennsylvania. Supreme court is dead is utterly unconstitutional is just clear. So if what the press if if what ken starr is saying is correct now. Remember ken starr He has argued cases before the. Us supreme court. Ken starr with special counsel looking into the clinton crimes in the nineteen ninety s and really led the fight of the clinton impeachment. Ken starr one president. Trump's lawyers defending him against impeachment This time and ken starr is the honorary board. A turning point usa. Former head of baylor university and ken starr is not one to engage in any form of alarmism. He's a very understated man. I think that's an important point to mention here. And ken starr is now saying what. Pennsylvania did is utterly unconstitutional. Just that everyone's clear clarence thomas alito cavenaugh coney barrett they could throw out the election results in pennsylvania and say we need a whole revolt. Starting their do over do over. Swipe left. that's right. We're done swipe left in pennsylvania and so it is. It's the us supreme court because of ruth bader ginsburg and wouldn't it be just delicious irony of all. This came back because of her unconstitutional rulings. Ruth bader ginsburg really set the precedent and she followed the precedent of the warren court and the burger court of of not making the us supreme court the analyzers and the interpreter. That's right where the interpreters law instead they started to write law for example. Rovers says wade. The burger court. I believe ruled on roe versus wade. Is that right. It was the burger court. i always get. It's either burger award. I think it's the burger court. The burger court. Yeah the burger court ruled on roe versus wait now while we all believe that life begins at conception that life begins in the womb. Roe versus wade was not even about that. I saw they didn't have the science available. They didn't have the ultrasound technology. Would it was really about was overturning. State law for a federal federalized abortion legalization. What do i mean there were fifteen states that had abortion abortion laws on the books that said there are no the no abortions allowed if you wanted to actually legalize abortion thing. Go through the congressional go to the legislative branch rights or go through article one And so this is a very important point. Because now that the supreme court for multi decades have overturned past law and just by on the state level the now the supreme court has the precedence to go in and say this election is invalidated because you did not allow court observers. You did not allow absentee ballots. Go to the right process. Revote the us supreme court. Everybody could order national revolt. You wanna see the left. Lose their mind. They could order a national revote. It's not out of the question. It would certainly be unprecedented but it's a little. Let's talk about so. Let's go through. Because i think a lot of people really. I mean i love everybody. That's here we've got twenty thousand on youtube are twenty thousand really smart people on youtube right now but most people don't realize how electric system works. I talk about this. All the time with close friends and family is like gino who elect a president like i do know. You don't know you don't actually how it works is very simple is that we have this electoral college and we all heard about the electoral college individuals who are put into place by the legislature in elector while trump knows electron the ballot. So you state has a different a- different processes right. So i was on the ballot democrat to be democratically elected in arizona to be a republican elector for the state so technically when people were voting they weren't voting for donald trump everybody for me and ten other electors and so you know technically if we lose arizona. It'll be it'll be. The eleven lost their center. But you know we're obviously represented the president. We've we've vow to vote for the president if we if we get elected And so that's how it works and each state's a little bit different. So she has a little bit different rules on how they elect electors. Now some states actually have rules. That's why you saw for years ago. If you remember there were a few people that were the call wandering electors that voted for other people than hillary clinton or or donald trump. And so technically if you're an electric of over yourself and you can get one electoral which would put you on the map for you. Know one of the that the some odd people the founders put in this system well. Why don't we talk about that. So what's the difference between the judiciary the legislative branch and the executive branch. I don't you tell us as well. It all comes down to the primary responsibility of each branch. right it's the interpretation of laws versus versus writing the laws honestly. It's very depressing to me. I don't know if you guys have seen more data that came out this week. I read something that less than fifty percent of americans can actually name what the three branches of government are including alone. What they do by the way so terrifying. Meanwhile over fifty percent can name all three judges on american idol. So in case you're wondering where our priorities with all of that that's that's pretty depressing but honestly leading out. Afc afc couldn't name not name all three branches of the regional. Government is the president the senate and the house. Yeah that's what she said so on. Well i've ten role of government is actually and this is they all have the same role which is to protect natural rights correct so they all have the same role but different ways to do that right. So the judiciary is supposed to make sure that your natural rights don't get violated by the legislative or read the executive. The executive is to make sure that your natural rights don't get violated by the legislative. Most people cannot tell you what the role of government is now. Role of government is to protect your natural right and set to make sure that some criminal does not kill you and if they do they're gonna spend the rest of their life behind bars. That's the idea of government. Civil government is to protect your natural rights and rules for the road for first and foremost for government. Now the reason that we set up this electoral college system is first and foremost to prevent against all this nonsensical fraud. Now believe it or not everybody. The founding fathers gave us a system where we can still save ourselves from all of this fraud. I want you to imagine something. What at the founding fathers just gave us a national popular vote none of this stuff would read have no rights of recourse on this at all but because that the state legislatures and the supreme court might get involved in this now there's assistant because the decentralisation of elections because of the decentralisation of elections there is now a way that we might be able to order a revote from the us supreme court one of these states. Let's play this clip right here. Joe biden might have a taste of revenge from the one. And only clarence. Thomas thomas vote. I hope we live forever platek privately or in a closed environment. This is a circus so national disgrace and from my standpoint as a black american as far as i'm concerned it is a high tech lynching for uppity blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves to do for themselves to have different ideas and it is a message that unless you kowtow to old order this is what will happen to you. You will be lynched destroyed caricatured by a committee of the us us senate rather than hung from a tree. We will have just as confused then as he is now. This race is not over everybody. The us supreme court article three of the us constitution exist for a reason go read federalist forty eight federalist fifty one and go read federalist fifty seven the founding fathers put the us supreme court in there as a way to check all the others and just say we got to calm down the temperature here. Madison said it best when he was designed the us constitution against the tyranny of the majority. Everybody the us. Supreme court has it within their power to authorize a revote in michigan wisconsin pennsylvania georgia arizona state legislatures should all recommend it in the state. Legislatures should also submit recommendations to the us supreme court. Saying we do not feel confidence in our system in assists in the way that we did the voting in our state. We order a revote. Well and that's why. The electoral college was set up to to protect against that very thing the tyranny of the majority and why all of us should be so concerned with this movement. That's growing so much popularity across the country to invalidate the electoral college by just automatically giving electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote. That's a big movement. That's gained a lot of traction my home state of colorado In other historically swing states across the country and it's this idea that the tyranny of the majority should be what's regulating the future of elections in our country. That's right and so now that you have bad actors and pseudo criminals. That have infiltrated interfered in our election than the us supreme court and the courts can and should get involved remember. Judges should have no bias. They should have no discrimination. And no prejudice. That's why judges wear all black judges. We're supposed to just strip themselves of all earthly bias. That's why the graphic that we use for the justice department in our country or at least in some of the symbolic is a woman is a lady justice who is blind. The myositis of the world with a scale and the scales of justice are supposed to even out. And it says very clearly in proverbs. Eleven and. I don't wanna overly religious this but a lot of the stuff is spiritual everybody a lot of this stuff spiritual. I was just reading last night. The bible is like lord. Just give me words of what is going on here. In proverbs eleven just popped open it says the lord detests dishonest scales but accurate weights. Find favour with proverbs. Eleven one and that by the way eleven is a biblical number two very very important biblical number. I really believe that the spiritual aspect of this is something that we cannot forget about. You stay prayerful you stay involved you go to church and if your church is not open you find another church. Your pastor should be talking out against this outright treachery and fraud. So when dante wrote the dante when when dante wrote this level of health the most bottom level of hell is the worst thing that he thought that you could do. It's treachery and that's exactly what the says it's deceit. Because here's the problem of what the left did to all of you and we can go through all the deadly sins. That dante argue. They're phenomenal phenomenal. In the analysis. There obviously obviously tragic. But it's very important because what happened is all of you guys went to sleep on tuesday night and you were stabbed in the back. Just like julius. Caesar was betrayed. You were betrayed by system is what happened when you went to sleep at one. Am on election night. Someone in fulton county with scanning and fraudulent ballots treachery will not be rewarded. It won't and that's why i really believe that. This fight is more than just a political fight. It's more than just a civilizational fight. It is a fight of good versus evil and truth versus lies. Honestly we're not advocating for a partisan tilt one way or another in the supreme court. We're advocating for truth to come to light and all of us to see what's happening right before our eyes invalidate that for what is real and what is rooted in reality. It all comes full circle to because as you brought up dante's inferno inferno with the first circle of hell my favorite one of my favorite books ever social the other day alexander the social needs sent alexander solution in gulag archipelago bungalow on the Gulag archipelago he also wrote my favorite book. Which is called in the first circle or the first circle in english and the first circle was entitled. That was because that was what life was like in the soviet union. Which was that you basically. We're trapped in this. Hell you can never get out. The first circle was also known as you know the limbo state dante's inferno and you were in but you couldn't get out you were part of the system but you can never get up in the system and One of the things most memorable not book. I think about all the time i literally think about all the time as it applies to our government today was there would be carrying people to gulags literally would be carrying to gulags on this portion this book but it would be like milk and bread truck soon so the the the truck on the side would say bread right and oh everyone would be walking through the city. Normally there's the bread truck and inside we really. We're prisoners going to the gulag right. Yes and that's how they covered it up and that's what's happening right now. What we're seeing with this entire election fraud or seen with how the democrats you you and i as citizens bring up. All the time is that it doesn't matter as long as we can cover it up. No matter how thin the cover is not the hell that they want us to live well. And so i want to be very clear to everybody that we will not stop fighting on this program at turning point action within however we can do it at any point. Usa for truth because we know what's coming next. Hey connor can you put michelle obama's tweet. I know conners running around where we have. Greg jarrett actually coming momentarily to tell us about legal remedies on voter fraud. He is the leading expert on this new york. Times number one bestseller. He's gonna skype in in a second. But i want michelle obama and alexandria. Ocasio cortez tweet and for any of you. That don't believe the stakes of what is going on right now. Go to trump accountability dot net trump accountability dot net starts with. Remember what they did. We must never forget. Those who furthered the trump agenda it says we should not allow the fallen groups of people to ever profit from their experience. They're talking about a hitlist. Everybody those who elected him those government those who funded him. They're going to come after all of us are going to come after the organizations they're gonna come after the entities and the people and guess what that's why we signed up for this and so when you guys support us and you guys get behind us your prayers your thoughts your financial support. It's not insignificant because right now this is a refiners fire right right now is a refiners fire. Who's actually going to step up and do something about this and you know what's amazing have yellow certain to see the temperature rise. The last twenty four hours mcconnell's coming out state. Legislators are coming out over the weekend. It was like this coronation. Lindsey graham lindsey. Graham all sudden like dead people voting and lindsay. here's the thing about lindsay grace gracelands. Last year has nothing to base lindsay. Today's point now. Okay jamie harrison would have been a train wreck but lindsey. Graham is nothing more than a play actor okay. He's a less good looking tom cruise. Okay he will do whatever the script tells him. Oh the base thinks that there's dead voters. I think that they are dead. Voters vote in all over. The country and trump should run for a second term third term before term. And while you're at it let's go arrest. Hillary clinton i do that okay. He's a great guy. Okay the he does what he is told to do. And that's the way a lot of these politicians are you guys hold the power and this new paradigm of politics that this khuhro named donald trump started in our country by coming down. The gold escalator is boom all of a sudden he gave you guys the power and post trump whether he ends up getting inaugurated or not. You're actually more important in this process. Then you ever have been well. That's why trump represent such a threat. And i got so many times today. Why does the left hate this individual so much wiser about this individual. It's not it's not about president. Donald trump he represents you. He represents this idea of taking down an elite ruling class. That's been in power for longer than twice the time that i've been alive which is very frightening to think about but these people don't want to give up power they don't wanna listen to the people of our countries and their religion right so their religion all of us believe in god. Their religion is power right. Their religion is leftism so the way that they find their value the way that they find their meaning their connection is how much do we control and you can see it and chuck schumer. You can see it. Nancy pelosi speeches then. Doing the eucharist is like them. Going getting speech on the house floor seriously and pulp there. They have a religious experience when they are able to pummel conservatives and we have to understand that this right now what we are doing in our country is a fight of good versus evil. It really is and this is the fight of whether or not we are going to shatter when the evil presents itself. Okay this michelle obama. Can you also send this as well to me. Because i can't. I can't see this. Can you send it on the chat. I can't see it. thank you. Okay pulled up on the screen so michelle. Obama was former first lady of the united states and instead of celebrating his such an important point everybody instead of them celebrating with gratitude and with dignity the immediately start talking about punishing us. It's unbelie listen this. I'm beyond thrilled that my friend job. I don't think this is the right tweet. This is not the right tweak. The right tweet is the one that came after this where she said we will never forget the people that voted there. Is it in one. It's in the thread of tweets. Yep is it a little further down. Its she wrote. Quite the quite the litany realisable yes. Let's find exact is a little bit further down where she says we shall never forget the millions of people that supported date and outrage and we will let's remember the tens of millions of people that tens of millions of people voted for the status quo even when it meant supporting lies hate chaos in division. We've got a lot of work to do to reach out to these folks in years ahead and connect them connect with them on what unites us. There's that word unity again. It's been the way so what's happening here. Right now is gas lighting. We've been through gas lighting before the Kirk show you guys. Want a a download on what gas lighting is. Take out your phone type. Getting the podcast provider type and charlie kirk show. We've gone deep into what gas lighting is. Here's how gas lighting works isabel. You're ready to demonstrate gas lighting. Let's pretend you're eating some cookies. And i come up to you i say. How many cookies have you are you eating. You'll say i've eaten six when you really eight ten. Okay here's how gas lighting works. I come up and isabelle's eating cookies i say. How many cookies have you been eating. And she's obviously eating cookies and she says i'm not eating cookies. You eat the cookies. No i don't need any cookies and you say no. No no not only that. You're racist and you hit your country. No no. you're eating cookies. And i love america. It's gas lighting is actually off of a either. I think nineteen thirties. Play about eight hundred. Eighty s London the confused. It's about an abusive husband. Who turns down the light in the flat in the london flats slowly that it drives the wife. Psychologically insane this is what they are doing to us where they say. We want to unify the government. Oh by the way we're gonna audit you and punish you. Let's put ao see on the screen right here. Says it's anyone archiving. These trump sycophants for when they downplay or deny either complicity. In the future. I forsee decent probability of many deleted tweets writings and photos in the future. You couple that. With trump accountability dot net jennifer rubin. Who says that. We must burn the entire country to the ground. It's unbelievable. I separate countries to burn the republican party of the and i find it really ironic. This is the side. Allegedly for the last four years has said trump supporters are evil trump supporters. Hate what is good. And what is righteous they're interested in dachshund you and coming after you and it's it's scary. It's scary. you should be afraid. This is terrifying. This is the stuff of nineteen eighty-four of georgia. Well this is not okay. And they're encouraging your neighbors. Your family members or employer. You're professor in your college classroom to come after you because you are a red hat and you voted a certain way and the president jiang station of our government. It really is. This is the mafioso ization. I don't know if that's a word but gang stations. I wanna read this. I want to read this question right. This comment right here. You have inspired me charlie. Kirk i thought it was a democrat until trump ran. It opened my eyes. I will never vote democrat again. Thank you for opening my eyes in giving the people hoping fight. Thank you at the send. You a signed copy of my book. I'm gonna afford this to my team right now. We're going to send you a signed copy of the magazine. And if there are any other former democrats watching right now if you email us freedom. Charlie kirk dot com subscribe to our show. We're going to about fifteen bucks. Signed books to former democrats right now. I love learning about former democrats. Greg jarrett on the line here. Could we get greg jarrett up here. Who was one of the top legal minds in the country. Greg can you hear me. I can hear you can hear me okay. Yes can we see greg. Can we get up on the screen. Is that possible. Okay stream. That's all that matters greg. There's a lot of questions about voter fraud of what's happening in our country right now. Can you just give us the legal analysis of what you see happening right now in our country well not all boats that are lawfully cast had been fully counted And not all ballots that were unlawfully cast have been discounted and until that time happens. It doesn't matter what the media says does they can declare peewee herman The president of the united states. The media's as irrelevant as they've always been and the problem is that we now are beginning to see evidence. I love the constant refrain is here from journalists on television. Where's the evidence. Where's the proof. Evidence of proof in the law are two very different things. There is evidence in the form of hundreds of affidavits that have been gathered by republican legal team as well as the trump campaign legal team that are being presented in lawsuits to the court affidavits. I witnesses are evident so evidence. Gigs exists proof is a legal standard. the judges then employ to determine whether or not certain ballots should be thrown out perhaps by the thousands and whether other ballots should be included. That we're not originally counted and so there are some material differences in these narrow battleground states. Where the difference between biden and trump is is razor thin. It's paper thin and the media wants to anoint. Joe biden is the next president united states in their rush to do so. They're making a call that i think is inappropriate and wrong you know. Just listen to hillary clinton who council joe biden. No matter what under any circumstances should you can see. So why is it wrong. For the president of the united states at donald trump not to concede until a full accounting is had so that we can have trust in transparency and integrity in the voting system. So so greg. What are the possible remedies for this. We've gone through all the evidence here tonight. And there's plenty a one thousand seven hundred. Seventy four percent increase in voters over the age of ninety in the state of pennsylvania during a pandemic nine thousand people in nevada that allegedly voted out of state. President trump doing better in every single urban area across the country except the targeted battleground states atlanta philadelphia. Detroit milwaukee stopping to count the votes of five hundred thousand people. That voted just for biden. Is there a possible chance that the supreme court or a federal court is presented with some of this evidence especially the sworn affidavits people that just came in and said they saw thousands of ballots. Coming in what are the remedies. What can a court doing a situation like this. The cork and issue an order directing the election boards for example in pennsylvania not to count ballots received on wednesday thursday and friday. Remember what happened in pennsylvania. The legislature passed a law that all ballots to be counted as valid must be received by the election. Boards no later than eight pm on tuesday night of ember third the day. The election so democrats went to the elected judges on the pennsylvania. Supreme court elected mind you and convince them to tear up the law and become super legislators themselves and these democrats on the pennsylvania supreme court capitulated. They invented out of thin air. A new law. that said Forget about what the legislature passed. We're gonna now tell you. You can count votes on thursday and friday now. Republicans knew that that was wrong. I to usurpation of power to separation of powers. It's unconstitutional and he went to the. Us supreme court. And unfortunately john roberts sided with the liberal justices and refused to hear the case. Not once charlie twice. Now the case is still pending. We just saw a couple of days ago that samuel alito whose jurisdiction covers pennsylvania. We shouldn't order. Segregate those wednesday through friday ballots so that they can either be not counted at all or discounted from your original count. So this case could as you point out ended up in the us supreme court and and and this is such a no brainer that they would strike down the pennsylvania sprinkler now with a majority emmy conybeare it on the high court i mean. I would envision that tens of thousands of pennsylvania ballots would be tossed out that changes dramatically charlie the electoral equation. It does and it wouldn't just be for pennsylvania mean. The supreme court could hear multiple cases regarding this for example. What if poll-watchers allowed to be president fulton county georgia or in arizona or in michigan supreme. Court has again a lot. They have to come at this as judges. Of course not as political operatives but myself looking at this as obviously someone who wants to see the president reelected the supreme court could be presented with a lot of compelling evidence here greg of voting irregularities and fraud and affidavit requests and we saw back in two thousand nineteen greg you might remember the north carolina. Board of elections ordered a revote in the congressional race last year. Two thousand nineteen were. They said we're going to revote. We're not going to seat anybody. And so the idea of a revote is not necessarily out of the realm of recent historical possibility and greg. Here's my concern is that people are now losing faith in the entire electoral system and when people lose faith in the entire electoral system. They're going to lose faith in the system that they're lose faith in the people that thing get elected by that system and even worse they're gonna lose faith in the country and so i think it's imperative that we get to the bottom of this election voter fraud nonsense bill bars looking into this. That was just announced. Today what do you think is might materialize from that. Well he's given the green light to federal prosecutors to investigate this stuff. And i wrote down here. I'm just looking at my other computer what we know so far we. There is evidence in the form of sworn affidavit form of postal worker that late balanced. We're talking thousands of these. Charlie were backdated to help joe biden. There's i witness testimony about falsified ballots. Balancing witch democratic operatives were actually filling in the votes caps their sworn affidavits presenting allegations of widespread irregularities even fraud. You've got dead. People who were allegedly voting ballots with signatures. That don't match and yet they have been counted. You've got people who moved out of the state and were voting in their former state. That's illegal you've got these statistical aberrations That are so extreme. They are literally charlie impossible. Yes in michigan. This is really important. You've got faulty election software that counted thousands of trump Votes for joe biden. That was caught. But that's software is used in dozens of states. So how many times was it not caught. And thousands of ballots were given to joe biden cast or donald trump. So you know federal prosecutors have a lot of work cut out for them to look at conduct that may be criminal. And then you of course you know. You've got the other category of legal challenges before federal judges. And that has i mean there has to be eerie. There has to be evidence presented and then there has to be a ruling by those judges as to how the election board should recount those votes in this time. Charlie making sure were that poll-watchers can actually us watch. If you're a twenty four hundred feet away you can't even see the ballot with benach. You gotta be able to see not just the ballot but the votes cast folks. Have you lated the signature on the ballot. The envelope itself. So you know. All of the i covered the two thousand presidential contest down in florida. I was down there for more than thirty days and i. I was there and watched the poll-watchers literally sitting two or three or four feet away across from the table of the person counting ballot and that individual would turn the battle it around and put it in front of the face of the poll-watcher. That's the sort of trust and reliability and verification that is demanded yes and none of that has existed and they've been doing all this in secrecy and so. How far do you think a judge could possibly come in and say this was just not followed. And what would the possible remedy be. I mean we're just speculating. But i mean we have seen some judges by the way greg act against trump totally unilaterally. I mean the amount of power that some of these judges have employed against trump in the last couple of years on travel ban stuff on border wall. Funding has been extreme. And yet we're just asking here is for a singular federal judge to make sure that these elections have gone have been operated with some form of integrity for the betterment of the american system. What what is the timeline. All all this greg because some people say it might take too long. What do you think is a realistic time line here. Well the lecturers would meet december fifteenth. And there's sort of a preliminary deadline of certification. I think it is december eight th so. There is time for this to happen. Of course it occurred in florida in twenty years ago. The problem is that a judge can for example issue in pennsylvania recount all of those votes. And yes sam. Alito has issued an order from the supreme court's segregate the late of ballots from the on time ballots but that order may have been too late Because those ballots made been co mingled already in the envelopes with postmarks may have been discarded already. We have i witness testimony to that effect that has been presented in one lawsuit So it's very difficult. Know people who've been operating in these polling places in county ballots By the election boards may already have destroyed evidence of illegality and impropriety and how there was not department of justice. Investigators right there from the election crimes unit or the civil rights. Division is incredible to me and one last question here greg. I'm just curious. It's a little bit unrelated but it's related and it's regarding how these people continue to think they can get away with it. I have a theory. The fact that durham's report was not released and that we did not hold these top level. Democrats accountable only further emboldened to continue to schemes. Like this would. You think that we're gonna get a durham report. Ever were post-election. What is going on there. It's a little unrelated. But i think it's important greg. Because if these people think they can continue to get away with it. Our imagination is no limit to what they'll actually do. I agree with you. Charly in did embolden them. And and that's tragic and it's wrong. I understand the covid interfered in slowdown Us attorney durham's investigation. I've always been skeptical. That there's going to be a quote unquote durum report. I think more likely is. There will be additional indictments. There's been one already in in a guilty plea but that's not. It was a slap on the wrist. There was a procedural crime. Yeah it really was. And so you know. I i do. Think that the durham bar made a conscious decision. Not to issue any indictments thirty days before the election to prevent the accusations that they were trying to influence the election. But i would expect sometime in the next two months. Durham to conclude his investigation in issue additional indictments. Well i hope so because it only if there would have been indictments back in april or may struck to page to brennan clapper. Any of these people that did this. I think a lot of these voting schemes would have allowed to. I really don't when you problems. That are not confronted multiply. And if they think they have the better side of the department of justice they will not stop greg. What is your book that people can help support you. It's terrific thank you very much. The latest book is called a witch hunt the story of the greatest mass delusion in american political history. You can order it Online at amazon dot com or barnes and noble dot com. It's still in bookstores. Across the nation and to button this up with that very subject for four years the media and democrats tried to destroy donald trump argued. He stolen election by colluding with russians. It was all a lie it was actually fabricated by hillary clinton and now the great irony is unless we can straighten out what's happening now and get an honest result. Then joe biden will be saddled with the same sober k. That hobbled donald trump for the last four years he will be viewed by seventy million americans half the population as ill legitimate president and by the way that may be correct and that's not good for the country. That's not good for the republic. It's not good for anyone to have half the country. Not by the way. I do not believe right now. I'm saying i've said it that. Based on all available data that there is not some form of treasury. That was involved here. I want my doubts to be alleviated. Said i can actually believe that. Maybe he won and we. I don't believe that. And when people like i don't believe that and our whole team and activists than it's gonna be hard for him to govern because we're in a say you know what maybe they just got more votes than us by knowing the machinery greg. Thank you so much for joining us tonight. We really appreciate it. Keep up the great work. Thank you my pleasure. Thanks thanks so you able to hear that okay. So you're just blind on that for you. I was watching a little say over so so but gregg was talking about and we finished with the you know the indictments and not holding people accountable. But before that he said that there are many legal remedies that could come forward the promise just time and they're going to try to tie up a lot of this stuff in the courts but this is why i think the us supreme court and the state legislatures need to step up. The state. legislatures are the arizona. Do you think that the state legislature we do a whole thing out here in the state. Legislature does an audit recounts against to the point that we brought up earlier the state legislature per the constitution is responsible for the determination of who elect doors becomes an elector here in arizona. They've basically kicked that off to say that the electoral will be those who get voted on but the point is is that the legislators have a huge responsibility to ensure that justice is seen Through in each individual state to make sure that the correct present the united states gets elected and that is the the task. Now i mean right. Now there's a big question and so people here locally should be really interested in making sure the legislators have that clear understanding that. It's they're responsible to make sure the right people get elected well and so it is the last line of defense is where we rose up and we gave republicans the state legislature and. It's also the us supreme court and we have been stunned by us supreme court decisions before we were stunned on the gay marriage. Decision where the. Us supreme court came in and overthrew any sort of state law and they just said you know what we are going to have. A national gay marriage mandate whatever fine. And what that did is it overthrew. The will of people state by state they did that with rovers his weight. There's a and the us. Supreme court textualist the nature always. They should be as the law is written and it was originally intended but they should never tolerate the undermining of our republic. Ever well the amazing piece of all of this and tyler you hit the nail on the head with three little words per the constitution amazingly. This isn't going to take some magical active judicial activism that the left is always advocating for and frankly why they were so concerned with an appointment from amy conybeare it because there's automatically an assumption that judicial activism is going to take place as it has for the past several decades at the supreme court in every other level of our court system. This constitutionalism one. Oh one this is determining really what the original intent in the united states. 'institution was from our founding fathers from the framers of the constitution and that document and then deciding what laws and what laws are not unconstitutional. So really the big question. I completely agree. And in a lot of different ways the way that we the way that the constitution is written is a decentralized document remember. The states created the federal government. The federal government did not create the states. Right so this is a state run system for first and foremost and so if the states who voted for donald trump. That are now being put in the line of this. Such as ojo such as pennsylvania all these other pennsylvania the one. That's probably the key to all of this and arizona. they're going to say we're not gonna see the electors and joe biden will not become president. You don't see electors. You got a real problem on. And that's that's what everybody's afraid of now right because if the electors don't get seated what happens. It's never happened before. Well it goes. Well yeah if if if you don't hit the trophy amount right so certain states don't see directors and it has been before actually during the civil war times believe it or not we were like the entire south can't have you guys are out for election so it has happened before where people don't see the lack doors as a recent history because everybody's had their act together but right now it looks like some states. Don't have their act together. I mean look. Arizona's freaking counting. They'll eighty thousand governor. Yeah and they're not even sure who's going to win so look if if they don't have to seventy there. What happens is exactly what what what charlie said per the constitution is it goes to the did he goes to congress and they don't want that to happen and why don't they want to happen because the vote state by state by congressional delegation now arizona if it did flip to trump it would flip back to biden if it went under that circumstance because we have a five four congressional delegation of democrats. So hard to believe so. It's it's rough because we didn't do our job with redistricting ten years ago right so this is the reason why redistricting this by the way everybody. That's sitting out there. We every district coming up in every state really well with st leger races because there was a red wave that gotten erupted in a couple of state legislatures. Have this awesome power for two things. One is the we just talked about. The second is redistricting and in most states. Now here in arizona we have an independent redistricting commissions taken away from the state legislature. The legislature is still involved the picking those individuals but yes Regardless that is the most awesome responsibility that you have in determining who also ends up being your representatives in congress and so get involved. If you're not aware of what's going on with that please get involved. Please make sure that your legislators know your grilling them on that front too. Because that's just as soon as this election's over if it ever ends right to that point got bone to that point last thing. We might be delay in announcing results for the congo or wherever that's elbaum but is that second piece is we have to get redistricting right to redistricting right. Yes i completely agree bookings. Messing that up was just unforgivable. Email your questions. Everybody freedom at charlie kirk dot com freedom metro kirk dot com. I love this one right here. Hey charlie i moved legally to the us from brazil in two thousand sixteen people were all telling me trumpeted immigrants and he would deport me if you've got elected after one year in office trump pass no law restricting immigration. I met some turning point. Usa students at my college and they explained that everything they told me was alive once. I became a republican democrat. Told me i hope. He got deported. Since that day i decide are never vote democrat. Sammy you inside. Copy the doctrine. That's why we do what we do. And you guys support us at charlie kirk dot com slash support. You make stories like sammy's possible. I love that story. I'll never vote for a democrat by the way who is asking for you to get deported. The democrats or the republicans. I think it's hilarious. We have some other former democrat stories. Here that i want to Share here hi guys. I'm thirty and i've been a lifelong democrat until this election where i voted for donald trump as the first republican that ever voted for i supported bernie sanders after listening to his message and go into one of his And going after the elites in the country. But then i saw the dnc and mainstream media treated and cheated him out of the right cheated bernie coral man bernie but that's what they do is balance with other people. Yeah they they still have anything then. They took his ballot and then how he abandon. The american people enjoying the other side. I became incredibly disillusioned with the entire system. Now i've just realized how the dnc medium machine has been lying to us about the other side. I just wanted to chime in and share my perspective. Keep up the fantastic election coverage. Thanks so much rob you in a signed copy the maga- doctrine by the way i hear so many stories. I refuse to believe we lost when i say stories. Look there's no way burn. Burn more here. Hello charlie a first generation. American parents in the philippines born and raised in long beach california by default. I was a democrat based on the notion they were advocating for minorities and the poor during my enlistment in the air force and the trump presidency. I started realize my views the not resonate with the left. Love this it'd be it's because of individuals like you can't assailants. Ben shapiro to name a few that unable to navigate the political spectrum with love a signed copy the maga- doctrine you get one because you're a former democrat and you are a good american and you guys support us to charlie clark dot com slash support. You make that possible. I love the visual of democrats coming into bernie sanders home. Take away his ballot essentially the dnc basically they were like. Hey birdie we're going to take your ballot now we're gonna take this domination from. Thanks though where you go bell goes. Hey tyler can you answer this question about the navajo nation. Some people don't believe the results that came out of inaba nation. Do you mean ninety seven to three. They said navajos voted for. No there was a story that came out that said some counties and navajo nation voted ninety seven to three that was a navajo nation. Next question for you tyler People say what is redistricting. Yeah so it's talking about redistricting for a little bit so redistricting. Most people don't even realize this is happening. So every ten years every state re districts basically to set up the lines for your congressional district in your legislative district some the constitution calls for that. Every state should have a republican form of government. That's why we call ourselves. Republicans is because we believe that the constitution's right and guaranteeing that every state should have republican form of government so the only thing that the federal government actually really imposes on on the states per the constitution article four section for which says that you have to our republican form or you have to be guaranteed one Which is really interesting if you think about it. Because that means that we have a representative form of government that we can pick however we want to pick this represent us So those people that are that republican form of government. Legislators so every state has a little bit of a different system state legislature places. Like new. hampshire's crazy. Where they have like a zillion state legislators right. It's like every block multi-thousand every block. We have this new state legislator but every states a little bit different here in arizona we have sixty state legislators on the house of representatives. Thirty senators albro number thirty districts. Those people are elected in those people. Also decide at the end of that tenure gap who are how the lines are drawn. So this is where gerrymandering really comes in so certain states like illinois that's been governed basically like one party rule forever By one family have really bad. District sometimes are super gerrymandered. And this happens every ten years Arizona knows becoming this training and a little bit more purplish right which is terrible. Because ten years ago we had a supermajority before the previous redistricting That can make a big difference. So again i just mentioned something arizona. Ten years ago we had a super majority in the legislature. That means that over twenty. Legislators were two thirds of the legislate the legislature. Twenty out of thirty senators were republican. So how'd they draw the map and so what happened. The mavs got drawn because nepal napolitano Appointees to a independent board that got they got pushed by voters Ended up drawing the maps and then we ended up overnight until a more purple situation here arizona. And which is when you draw these districts really funky right really funky all over the place. So that's what actually happened so kirstin cinema and the lesbian democrat senator. Yeah she's bisexual according to herself She was ran for a house. Seat in congressional district. Which was the new district that they put the gerrymandered right in the middle. North south in the phoenix metropolitan area. She actually ranting. It's to moderates who are much more liked people in the state but because she was the radical three people they split the vote and she ended up getting legislature are getting into congress that way she wasn't the legislature and then that's how she became so popular she became a moderate centrist because she's a chameleon right and then that's how she ended up becoming a us senator and so it's really important to understand that your state can change from red to blue overnight with a poor redistricting. So so it's virginia just passed to redistricting amendment. I'm not that familiar with it. Are you familiar with what they did. I don't know what's going on in virginia. But i'm guessing it's a commission that they're trying to put into place and so all of this. All of this stuff for the presidency comes to the twelfth amendment of the constitution which is very important to to read some read at the elector shall meet in the respective states and vote by ballot for president and vice president. One of whom at least shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves. I didn't know that they both live in. The same state. Was that the president and vice. President both can't live in the same state. That's interesting unless i'm misreading that that's how i'm reading. It shall name in their ballots. The person voted for as president and indistinct ballots. The person voted for as vice president and they shall make distinct lists of all persons voted for as president and of all persons voted for his vice president and of the numbers of votes. Each which lists they shall sign and certify transmit see sealed to the government's united states directly to the president of the senate which the current vice president of the united states the president the senate which was the vice president shall in the presence of the senate and the house of representatives. Open all the certificates and votes and they shall then be counted now. Just you guys know. Joe biden had to do this back in two thousand sixteen. Joe biden oversaw the election of trump. I could see the. That's mike pence will have to do whomever this is. And it goes on by saying that the state's control the entire process that this is a state. Run process is not a national process not a federal process. It is a state run process. It all comes to the twelfth amendment. And i really really hope that. It goes up to supreme court very very quickly. I want to thank some generous supporters. That have just chipped in charlie kirk com slash support. Wanna think john from gin amazing chipped in five hundred dollars. Thank you so much Dorothy from phoenix arizona. She says thank you for your election coverage awesome. So you know it's amazing. We did to podcast today here. Thank you guys for. Subscribe to the podcast. We two hours of radio every single day in the morning and what i have found is that we started doing these livestreams. We're getting incredible support. People are emailing us saying that none of the other networks are covering this. We might have to keep this going tyler. Yeah i'm telling you it's We're diving deep into by the way we have. The information of the recounts the supreme court fights. Let's is happening possibly a revote all of it. I've just been stunned at the media. Blackout i really mean that because the media back blackouts kind of creepy to be honest with you of how all these different forces are working in. Colluding together i mean isabel and social media. You spend more time on social than i do actually deleted on my social media apps. It's almost you can't even talk about this stuff. No you can't. In fact i myself had several posts taken down deleted. I know many of our turning-point usa ambassadors another team for which were always growing and excited to have new voices and have their entire accounts deleted for sharing quote unquote misinformation whatever big tech deems to be misinformation. Whether that's a video like the one that we just saw ripping up ballots and a precinct location or even just daring to say that. The results of this election are not yet finalized. That in and of itself is considered misinformation. Could get your account flagged for speaking the truth. It's amazing i want to read this. Jackie i love this question. I used to work for the national park service and was told the vote democrat from all the higher ups. I was also attending college into believing all the lies. I heard from around me. I voted for obama. But i met this one man who is different from the others and i fell in love and learned what made him so great. Was he thought for himself. He showed me many great people including yourself. And i started absorbing l. Quickly now my eyes are open. The problem with confidence like us now they can never unlearn the truth. Now i'm now. I m two times trump voter love the work. Do you keep the faith. Make america great again. Jackie you in a signed copy of the magazine doctrine. Congratulations i love the conversions for. He's the best they're the best. They're always the best got a lot of them by the way they are always. The most intense is alex. still here. is alex villanueva. Alex spencer spencer bernie bernie supporter literally. You should see this. She was bernie supporters. We should throw up the picture of it the conversion. I think she's just the other day she's got the most like the where it started. How work that we're doing every day. Everybody we we are on the frontlines communicating to young people trying to get them to see the light we have thousands and thousands and thousands of these stories and keep on emailing us freedom at charlie kirk dot com. And maybe alex so we can get that story up there alex spencer to such a great job. Did you see today about paul. Gosar quoting Little john john back and he said don't and it was. I mean congressman. Gosar can be sometimes. A little bit edgy. And a little bit appropriate. I appreciate it. It's funny selena maradona. he's from. arizona is good. He's he's one of our best role legislators anyway so he's he quoted a song because it was percentage a dan. That's fine. what say you. Little john and a little. The swearing don't quote me. Don't quote my song. Br on another are you to help. Forty five pack is stuff up and he just he just go back at him. I just talked to the club owners to calm down. So charlie tyler. We know what we want to do. Moving forward this week. We want to keep doing the truth out there. We're going to keep advocating for court decisions and litigation ongoing not. it's not over. You're not gonna hear that on your tv on your twitter. I gonna hear it here. Can we tell people who are facing these threats from the left. Who are facing doc saying maybe being fired for supporting president trump People are posting things like this twitter feed On my instagram story. Today where people are saying realistically speaking. How do we get rid of the racist. White supremacist mega supporters etc. Do we put them in reeducation camps. Do we jail the leaders. Do we deal with them. Like china deals with the local muslim population. Shut down their access to all media. Someone then starts advocating for cross-referencing voting rolls from two thousand sixteen and twenty twenty and prohibiting all registered republicans from voting in subsequent elections from twenty twenty election. We're fighters our voices out there. Having secrets out were on these lists people in spotted in maggots money many times. But how can we tell people to speak up to their state. Legislator get to get involved in this process on just to have confidence moving feet. The most important thing number one that you can do is always learn. Knowledge is the most necessary tool for action If you are able to know the topics you talk about. You will not be flustered. You will be moved by people. try to intimidate you. Try to bully you. Knowledge is so important. And i think we talk about this enough in the conservative movement. I don't talk about action enough either. But also digging deep into these ideas. That's what we do here. On the charlie kirk show quite often. We do it for two hours a day in the morning and we do it on this livestream in and our podcast but just the electoral college system. Who's james madison Who were the first five presents united states. What was their significance. Read the anti federalist papers read the federals and the anti federalist papers and so learning. So that's why what all of you to keep on tuning into our livestreams diving deep in what we're talking to and if you have questions email them to us because then if you're able to learn then you're able to do the second thing act so for example just right before we did this broadcast because we consumed so much information you guys support the best data research team in the country here at charlie kirk dot com slash support. I thought to myself. Has anyone talked about the north carolina revolt that the democrats were chattering for last year. Now all of a sudden we have introduced into the zeitgeist of our country. One of the most incredible double standards were at congressional race was forced to have a revote last year. They're saying we don't wanna revolt this rates. That only happened because we spend a lot of time learning which allowed us to act properly. The third thing that you must do which is very important is sharing. You must share information with other people. You share this livestream. You share podcasts. You share links and the more you learn the better your act the more you share and then the other thing is just with this state legislatures. The state legislatures must be prepared to play hardball. They must be prepared. How to play hardball This is not going to be something that a lot of republicans are going to be comfortable with because this is going to be you know pretty nasty quite honestly this is going to be something that a lot of them will not be comfortable with and so The state legislatures are really something that we must get very very involved in and the supreme court. But here's the other thing. Everybody as soon as the democrats stop doing. These livestreams as soon as the democrats are will being broken a little bit. They will have one the only reason. Why mitch mcconnell. The only reason by lindsey graham the only reason why the state legislatures are doing anything is because shows like this everybody. We have twenty thousand thirty five thousand people watching simultaneously. It's incredible not only happens when we do that. It all unite together so please continue to email your questions. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com. We'll be getting out another ten. Signed copies of the manga doctor. You can show us your. You're subscribed to the charlie kirk. You type charlie cook. Show hits subscribes podcast provider. Email us free. Metallic dot com. We'll be back again live tomorrow. Thanks so much everybody see you tomorrow god bless.

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"The following program contains graphic material including offensive language. Your this question advised. Jeez got the news. She talks with news makers g encourages us to laugh and she cries with us speaking truth to power and questioning authority daily. It's linda coal sandler show. Welcome to a toothed. Everybody we love to days around here because gotta laugh joins us and we have fun even though the subject is sometimes a little less than ideal although today well we live a mixed bag of news boy was yesterday. Just an off the chart kinda day or what i mean. There was one historic news event. After another right. Think about it from the beginning of vaccinations for covid. Huge to Drawing a blank on all the things that happened yesterday Let me pull up my notes because this is what happens when i sometimes go off the top of my head. I i lose my train of thought. The electoral college voted and made joe biden in the winner for the fifth time and the thing is every four years. The electoral college vote. But we don't really pay attention to it because it's it's just a formality until donald trump. So that happened. So the electoral college and then the the inoculations began and on the same day that the inoculations began america past three hundred thousand dead from covid. It's pretty stunning. And then bill barr resigns or more likely fired i mean. Did you see the letter. I'm not gonna waste my time reading it. Because i probably puke if i did but it was the most it sounded like one of trump's cabinet meetings all rolled into one letter where he'd go around the table tab people praise him obviously trump wrote the letter and just signed it. Bill barr but it's so he's out and it goes on and on what else happened. It was just one of those days and the the news continued today. Did you hear what a moscow. Mitch did moscow. Mitch actually went on the senate floor. Hold on my mouse is not functioning. Here we go. Moscow mitch went on the senate floor and said this is this morning. Our country has officially president elect vice president elect and had hoped. The presidential election would yield results but our system of government has processes to determine who will be sworn in on january the twentieth. The electoral college has spoken today. Want to congratulate. President elect joe biden. Low the president-elect is no stranger to the senate. He's devoted himself to public service for many years. Also want to congratulate the vice. President elect our colleague from california hours beyond our differences. All americans can take pride that our nation has a female vice president elect for the very first time. Yes that is very true out the next six days draw with president trump. Our nation news us to add another. Bipartisan chapter yet. Thank goodness because the trump the trump administration has been so bipartisan. Seriously have lived the last four years when being a democrat was in trump's view in the president's view akin to being a trader to this country. That's how democrats were treated for the last four years all throughout this trump administration. We were treated as if we weren't real americans and if we disagreed with what the current administration wanted we had no. We had no right to say anything about it and in fact we were traders. Right we were un-american and you know just take it a step further. This really gets my goal. It's probably not saying you know it is what it is. We heard ad nauseam from trump and his minions about those violent people on the left. I'm sorry who are the ones making the death threats who has to be walked to their car and to their place of business by security guards because their lives have been threatened. I'll tell you. People who are being threatened are nonpartisan public figures who work on elections to make sure that elections go off without a hitch. There are republicans. Let's look in georgia. The secretary of state and the governor both republicans both trump supporters for whatever reason and they're being targeted by this asshole who who thinks they should be locked up. Did you hear what what trump said. And i didn't pull any audio but he said let me see if i can't find this. He retweeted somebody who suggested that. The governor and secretary of state of georgia go to jail be locked up because they wouldn't because they wouldn't throw out legitimate votes. I mean the whole thing is just insane. Lynnwood who was one of trump's attorneys tweeted president. Trump is a genuinely good man. He does not really like to fire people. I bet he dislikes putting people in jail especially quote republicans. He gave brian kemp. Georgia governor and georgia's secretary of state every chance to get it right. They refused they will soon be going to jail. And yes donald trump retweeted it. I mean we are in such opposite world territory and you think of all the damage. This man has done over the last four years. I've got to tell you at the end of the year. What i usually do is some kind of like a year in review. I have no desire to do that. What i may do for one show for one segment of one show is go through some of the most heinous things that he's done just just so we don't forget something. Just something from the from stars and stripes the military official paper newspaper magazine. They tweeted out the us. Space plans to almost triple in size and had a reserve element in two thousand twenty one. What and my response to that is biden. Cancel that Seriously i want him to come in on day. One with a big marker and right out an executive order to cancel all this shit that trump through in there and also you know what i said to give us the money because americans are hurting. They've got this deal that the details are out on this new deal. Let me see this deal. How did that happen. All of a sudden i started hearing myself again. Let me turn this. That was weird weird okay. It's not happening anymore. Little extra nicole for you today. So i wanna find the details of this deal if i can. But basically they split this nine hundred and eight billion dollar deal and pulled out what they're calling the contentious parts so what's been pulled out of. It is the what the democrats wanted. Monetary aid to local and state governments. Were all really hurting by the way. Every state by law has to balance their budget every year. Well they're not getting the revenue this year. They're hurting and they need to balance their budget without federal help. That's not going to happen. And the republicans. Just don't want to help them then. what the republicans wanted is a liability waiver so if an employer or a place of business is negligent in their preparation. They're in there and keeping people safe from the covert in their place of business if they are negligent and customers or employees get sick they republicans want make it so that you can't sue so that they are not liable so those were the two things that the each side was spiting foreign because it got so contentious they strip those out and they're allegedly gonna do a separate bill to deal with that stuff you know what else is not in this bill personal payments to americans. There is a chart. I'll find it at some point. I should have pulled it for today because there is a few of them going around showing what other civilized nations on this planet are doing for their citizens in most of them. It's like you know fifteen hundred two thousand a month till we get through this pandemic till everyone can go back to work safely and the government is paying that to their citizens from canada to italy to the uk to france. You name it every other civilized nation does this in america. Our government gave us each. If we're lucky twelve hundred dollars. Twelve hundred dollars not a month once nine months ago. Eight months ago twelve hundred dollars probably could not pay the rent of anybody who's listening right now. Sure it'll be nice. It'll be a drop in the bucket. Though it's not really going to help anyone bernie. Sanders is digging in his heels. But i don't know that he's getting anywhere bernie did threaten that if if we don't if they don't come up with some kind of it's not stimulus it's relief some kind of relief package for american citizens that they're not leaving for the christmas holiday and i say exactly that they shouldn't go anywhere it's it's astounding to me that the united states still has this reputation as put trump aside for a minute even without trump that we are caring compassionate nation. Seriously we don't take care of our own food. Banks are running dry and they have no money. It's it's astounding and the it's going to happen so that joe biden's going to take office on january twentieth and everything's gonna fall apart and you know that's what they're doing they're setting it up so this happened so it's going to be maximum pain. Come oh the beginning of february when people are going to lose their homes the eviction moratorium going away so renters and homeowners who couldn't keep up with the payments are going to be out on the street people. I see stories every day on the television of some guy took used all his savings so far during this pandemic to pay the rent while he's been out of work and staying at home safely and now he's down to nothing and has to do a gofundme me well if everybody's doing a gofundme funding there's going to be. Nobody left to to fund them all right. Someone said i'm a dope. Janet van ness on twitter. Says you're a dope responding to my tweet that read the only reason i can think of for mayo pete. Being named secretary of transportation is quid pro quo for dropping out of the race right before super tuesday. I'm not a dope. I'm honest so there's that all right it is to say there's so much going on lafayette standing by and randy. Rainbow has a new video out justin time for the holidays hill. We go. there are many than we know. That reindeer and valentino the most. Wash my cousin. Vinny road off belly lawyer. Very slimy faints and the law profession. He was well. This new york found that they were incorrect. Form may a little respect to use office. With your rogaine food. Help me had mad on kilo. I go down and take nine. He's crimes. I can smell rain. He's read everybody's saying he was also spread and he intel da. You're failing to overturn. Stay for four gano your free. Let's go screw. Donald everyone and rude off down in flames black side. I know crimes. I can smell them. This that ain't rindge sean. By kraivong ran whole wrote. Chris sees face shine. You still include is zero. This is all on audrey. Hey found fans crappy hop the holidays is your to support the really important works founder. Sing is doing just visited founders. Sing dot com. Make a donation and get cool rewards. And don't forget. Hit a subscribe button and click on the bell and jews all wholesalers. Sandler show is one hundred percent listener supported. Have you given it. Nicole decided not to put her show behind a paywall knowing that many can afford the luxury of paying for a podcast. But if you're able to. She need your financial support to continue doing this. Consider a monthly subscription. Give when you can just visit nicole. Sandler dot com slash donate remember. She can't do this without you In as win every tuesday we got together with our pal. Gotta laugh and talk about what's happening in the news which we get from going through levies prodigious twitter feed but first we got to do all the buttons and everything and get her on the line. Make sure she's there so here we go. Hello yes you breach the coming to the end of the road hotline. Yeah baby press one. If you think that cova vaccine must be stored at ninety five degrees below zero which coincidentally is the temperature of milan is cold stare. When trump signs an executive order percents the good. One press two. If you think there's thirty five days until trump leaves office or is eric. Trump would say that's almost a month press you think karl rove saying trump is on the verge of looking like a sore loser is like saying rudy. Giuliani may need a dentist. Have a nice day. Oh my goodness oh my goodness there the other month another month another looking. You know we've got four more tuesday's four more two days with laffy before. It's over the because the inauguration is on wednesday and wednesday's felt we will have our the last day when we can celebrate although we should be celebrating today. Actually because yesterday it was made official again so much. So that mitch. Mcconnell had to stay on the floor of the senate and did you hear this in a private i guess caucus call here. I have it right here in a private hold on on a private conference. Call mitch. Mcconnell urged republican senators not to join house members on january sixth to object to state electoral results results tweets. Well now i jumped the gun on you doing so. He said would be fruitless and force them to cast a politically challenging vote against trump. I got a number a few emails on this yesterday. Asking is this possible. i mean. that's the game plan and as it appears there are a couple of house thugs republican. Sorry who are going to object when they meet on the for a joint session of congress. They did this for years ago. Joe biden talked about it in speech. He gave last night which was actually very good speech in which he said. You know i had to do that. I had to announce donald trump is the winner. And i did it because it was my job. But i it takes some senate someone on the senate side and someone on the house side to object and if they do then it goes to conference the thing that i learned though in my research last night trying to answer these questions is that yes. Nancy pelosi in that joint session has no power but then they separate by chamber the senate meets and the house meets nancy. Pelosi will not allow that nonsense to come up so the house will not ratify that therefore donald trump cannot steal the election on january six. But make no mistake. They'll make noise and at right now. Apparently no senator has come forward to say. They'll play along with this nonsense. just wait. Ted cruz never disappoints on that. Front or lindsey graham. Do you think he'd do. I don't think lindsey graham will do it. But i think ted cruz would ted cruz could. Yeah yeah lindsay's just you know. He's just he's just flat said in whatever capacity. He's is joining he. He wouldn't stand up for this. He sees the writing on the wall. Now he all. He's going to try to suck up figuratively speaking to joe biden. Because you know they used to be friends. Lindsey graham also used to be semi sane show. I remember those days. Although you know clinton impeachment he was right up there of course of course. He just has moments of clarity every so often it used to used to used to. Yeah we're talking in the past. Sh he's he's he's gone he's some something happened to that jelly head of his shots. All shaken around in their. Oh my god. I really. I really think that donald trump had something on him. Because lindsey graham was very outspoken on what he thought of donald trump. he'd say things like like trump is a fucking idiot. Yeah you know and can't argue with them on. That one rubio did that too. They often did yeah. Sorry i didn't mean to the. But marco you say marco rubio and asshole happens. Disembodied voice say marco rubio. When you get asshole it just happens anyway. So what a day that was yesterday and is is getting and not to mention the russian hack. Oh my god and can we talk about five agencies. Yes and cisa the guy christopher krebs who trump fired because he had the goal to say. This was actually the most secure election. We've had years. it's funny he's the guy who ran the agency that protects us against that stuff right. It was a little bit too convenient. That trump studied vlad could get this done and that trump hasn't said a word about it. Well he never does no. That's true. But i mean this is so major you this interview mentioned in passing. Yeah no he he sees mom. That's the end of He anything to do with putin but the only thing he's talking about at all. It's a fraud stolen election fraud. It's like a broken record. That's all he can do. That's when his ego is hurt when he he is an official loser and he can't deal with that. You've heard mary trump talk about. Oh yeah if it chose his. He's week if he acknowledges it in any way shape or form fact. I think i have a tweet about about that. Okay yeah one your tweets For talking to the yeah. Let's do that before we do that. I need to play this if i can find it. I had something that that popped up and now don't i see it on mommy. Mom back down. Maybe it popped back down dammit all right well then oh there it is okay so the other day. I'm on twitter as i do occasionally and and something somebody christopher. Somebody posted all these little video snippets from the love boat. Oh and so then. You re tweeted one of them. And i'm i'm watching it. I'm saying is laffy re tweeting this. I don't understand and it's like a twenty second clip and tom. Christopher tommy christopher it posted a bunch of them the be on my blunts and you know he. He mentioned it last week before he posted the week before he was posting a different one a different he does different episodes and i said oh i don't want to ruin thing but we should so people can watch for you because you baby gotta laugh. You were on the love boat. I want this thing three times before. He finally said wait a minute. That voice sounds familiar. Then i realized seconds he he was posting the love boat clips and i said oh mr laugh used to write and produce that show and i said i was even on at once and he went what to look for your favorite. Just don't reveal can avoid double checked. And as much research as i could to find my name and i couldn't. I think i've deleted imdb so they're not going to get it from that. So i said okay. Well you can put the clip up but just don't identify me by real night. Okay did all right. So i didn't even notice that he knew that it was you. I just saw this anyway. The holy shit so with no further ado listening. You'll recognize the voice before those of you who are watching recognize her but once you luck once you get it it's like oh yeah that's laffy so the blonde perm then the love borough da da da. Okay here we go me. We need to see it again. A man in her closet. Strange on okay back so thank you have a nice cruise all them. You're how old five you know. How old were you. You're like five. Okay we're fine. Say i gotcha all right. I was very young. And thank you the nice crus- i don't remember the episode really just came into my part and left marino. That was rita moreno. Wasn't it no. It was jane powell that no. Yeah you sure l. it surely to me. I did the show with her. Yeah no shame. Powell the one who answered the door. And o'brien was the angel he o'brien's the angel okay. It's going to start over again. Sorry those you on youtube. It's going to someone said what were you six ca. Jane jane powell james reno. No no no. It's jane powell. And she was a forties musical star. And she she did that episode. How do i know. Because i did the episode with her but it sure looks like rita marina is in any way. Apparently she was hiding in the closet. And i just thought it was a guy who came out of the closet. Wait wait sorry of go. It was jane powell. Sister soul in the chat room said it was jane powell. I trust the episode with all right. So there you go. Everybody got to laugh everyone. Thank you thank you. I did a whole bunch of small parts in my little career. I i mean. I actually worked a decent amount and i got recurring roles i did. I did a couple of william call. It's knots landing really okay. Yeah and i was a recurring role on house. Calls with with lynn redgrave. I don't even know that. On rogers and sister seoul says i'd seen that episode before which one you're the love boat episode one. Everybody has this rerun about ten thousand times. How do i know. Because i get residuals. Oh how much. And are the checks like for seventy three sentence delta tiny it depends on where they show their overseas. I get mine sense some more. Send me the check right right. Yeah and other times. I might get ten dollars or five dollars or something for something rents check. You know now who has all these old. Tv shows on. And and what. I love about it. Is you go back and you can see the first episode so last night. I watched the very first episode of the mary. Tyler moore show when she moves to minneapolis. It was so great. She was fantastic. Well she was my role model. I was an actress. And i worked with her on the show that came after the mary. Tyler moore show worked on the mary. Tyler moore hour i just did some live voiceovers but it was so much fun because it was pumped into the dressing rooms that i didn't know as we were recording them. Live and michael. Keaton worked on that show and he and we so my partner and i who were doing. The voice overs were improving entire british soap opera. Okay because apparently that she was somebody who was watching a british soap opera on tv and michael. Keaton came running out of the dressing room and said was that you guys did you just do that. And i said yeah and he goes. That was fantastic. And i was like. Oh my god michael. Keaton michael keaton. I know because he didn't become famous until after well. He was semi famous. I knew i gotcha. But then i saw him a year later at the comedy store. Because i used to do a comedy duo at the comedy's comedy clubs and he remembered me from in made that much of an impression. It was so excited. I was like you really remember me. I i certainly know who you are. By that time he was famous. And yeah i'm cool. I had a fun career. That's very cool. Do you know the difference from when the mary. Tyler moore show. I started to in the later years. They changed one line in the theme song. Do you know what that is. Yes but i can't remember. I remember when they changed. And because i heard it last night when when i played and you might just make it might just make it after all and then later on they change it to. You're gonna make it after all women role right. That's what it was all about. It was very cool. I mean they gave her a big pioneering role. They're having a whole life as you know a career life and then a single life and everybody was worried that they were gonna think it was mary from the dick van. Dyke show had laura daybreak. Were it was a huge controversy. Like what are they going to think. That van dyke. He turned ninety five yesterday. I wish i've worked with him too. Well i met him. So there's some. I'm not only worked with him on on mary. Tyler moore hour. But i also guest starred that one of the weeks. I did it. I think it was a mary. Tyler moore hour but also directed and wrote for him for two years on the stage production because he came to it was. It was a combination of an adult and teenage production and he came to our different schools to work with different. Choral groups they were it. He used to love to do work with teenagers. And you found out. I did a comedy class and came into the classroom on the spotty scripts and then it turned out. They wanted me to direct me so much. Oh my god well. That's cool stuff. Nobody knows that cool. Well since we're talking. Dick van dyke. And because i can so it was his ninety fifth birthday yesterday and i got a picture. Just show you a picture for those of you watching on on on one of the video streams. If you're just listening to radio you're going. This is really bad radio. But there's me. And dick van dyke. That was in one thousand nine hundred ninety three. I haven't we were so much younger than we used to. We used to go to restaurants to plan the shows out and he loved barbershop quartets so he would start he. He has one. He's he's like has one now. If you google. Dick van dyke singing group. He's got i forget what they're called but he does that. He's had one for years and so what he would do is he. Had this huge male group that he taught barbershop quartet harmonies like twenty and the group or something and they were part of the show anyway when we would go to have our production meetings there were maybe four or five of us he would give us each a harmony part and i'm not a singer but he taught us how and we stand right in front of the in the parking lot area singing and people would gather around. I mean every time we had our breakfast together and plan. The show ended up with singing in the in all right outside the door. It was so much fun then. He came to my class. My comedy class at the school and and he did you know he's he spoke with the kids and did a whole number there and the he. We sang in front of clicks everywhere. He'd go teach us a new quartet thing so know he was so great and he'd i was his shadow since i directed i him backstage. And after every scene he go do okay. Do you know he's so humble. And i take him on the arm. We moving across backstage to the next entrance. And he'd he'd say okay. Tell me when all that he was just so no ego. And i love being able to talk about somebody of that stature. I mean dick van dyke. He's one of the greats and that he is every bit as warm and wonderful as you picture him being and he will he is. He's re- bit and yeah all right so should we. Should we let loose the birdies birdie in bird her k. Bird duty on your head. I cover it. Because i love my hair. I need to pandemic air a year ago last. I think it was last october. Actually i cut my hair really short remember. It was like really short. And now it's super long again and you cut your own hair and i. I'm getting closer. I'm watching the videos you sent me. I'm just a little nervous about it. But i didn't send you the one that more advanced one that i started using rate now suddenly where you actually don't use the little rubber bands or anything. You just you actually do real hair cutting like they do in the salon. But i can't. I mean i can't blow dry my hair in the back so yeah i mean i can but i will one when we're not have to give you a whole tutorial. Okay all right. We'll do that. Okay anyone's tweet. So here's something. And i do have a tweet to follow by named or was about to name repeat as transportation. Oh my god yes. I'm sorry you heard what. I said what i tweeted and i piss somebody off. You know what's surprising me is. I'm hearing a lot of people saying that They're thrilled with the idea. A ton of people most people in the commented replied to my tweet said how thrilled they are. I don't quite get it. What is his qualification to be transportation secretary. He's smart yeah spending. He can be funny. He's great comebacks. he's i'm sure he's a quick learner. But i'm just not that big a fan of his. So maybe it's just me right me too. Because look when he when he was running the thing that bugged me about pete was. He just spoke in platitudes. He couldn't just say something plainly he had to talk about. The the the rockets red glare and the rolling fields of green of way of you know like just talk just like what are you talking about. And i every time. He's opened his mouth on the debate. And everything here comes. Another pete platitude and sure enough somebody. Somebody put up a website. That was the peak platitude generator. That's great yeah. That's a great. Yeah it makes sense. Well here's the follow up to that. Aaron rupar said it will be tough for pete buttigieg to live up to elaine. Ch- elaine chao impressive legacy of endless infrastructure. That is true that that is most definitely true. I mean he's no. Elaine chao no no he is not and from what i understand. He's not married to the senate. Majority leader rang god right. But here's here's some possible good news. According to reuter's new mexico's deb halen emerges as biden's top choice to lead. Us interior. well that's good news. I mean after pete. I think we deserve a deb holland. I you know. I think that's what biden is trying to do to be to be honest. I think he is trying to toss some bones to the liberals and two people who care about the environment. Of course. I think he cares. But i think he is trying to be a little bit balanced with with who he's choosing of course he's much more moderate president that i would want him to but he does have a liberal side to him. So i'm going to give them credit. Yeah i'm like. I told you privately. I'm so not in the mood for controversy anymore for awhile right. No i hear you and do you know what i also saw a couple of comments from people who i guess. No mayo pete. That traffic is his thing that i saw something like when he was younger he like you said he had plans to change the traffic routes and wherever that was real. I thought they were. You know. I think that was real. Like that's his thing and if that's his thing then good for him. i hope i hope he fulfills this. I really do. I would love to be speaking more favorably. That i haven't passed hate him. No i'm not. He's not one of those people i go. you know. i just don't have any just right now. I know yeah. I'm underwhelmed and here's the thing i think that may o. P. was promised some kind of major role in a biden administration for dropping out of the race right before super tuesday and that was a coordinated campaign to to get bernie sanders to not be the nominee. They land that and so. That's all that that could very well be so here. This is from the colorado sun. We all know the colorado sun we generally okay Jealous trump's lawyer. She was fired from old county. Da's office for quote mistakes. Documents obtained by the sun appear. Excuse me appear to contradict what l. Told the wall street journal about her termination. She lied about her termination. They say let's see. Oh shoot do i. Do i get a now here. It is else failed to meet the employers expectations and quote made mistakes on the cases. The employer believes she should not have made the reloaded that did not adhere to the victim's rights act. There is the appearance in case documentation. The claimant did not follow proper protocol for some of the cases. She andled magin. Yeah put a thunk it. Yeah okay. that's that's a real shocker rooney. Ll gop are moo-hyun so any republican who refuses to admit that biden is president-elect tonight this is yesterday is responsible for what trump does next to try to break our democracy but see. That's the thing who's going to hold them responsible really on the question. But here's the thing. Mitch mcconnell didn't come out and acknowledge biden harris as the president and vice president elect until at least five hours after vladimir putin did that was coming up. Yeah but that. Oh sorry keep the tweets before the show chopin attention in fact here we go right. Now the kremlin. Russia account president to russia. Joe biden has been declared the winner of the us presidential election. Congratulations from putin and said that feeling when putin is being more reasonable than republicans yep ding ding ding. Here's more on that very subject. Frank thorpe is breaking news at seven hours ago. That mcconnell said that after the electoral college voted. You played the clip official young or and. I want crank congratulated middle of that. And marc elias. A lawyer who's been winning fifty nine cases and then some said to say that this is the least mcconnell can do gives new meaning to the word lease. Republican leadership led by mcconnell. Brought us at the edge of a constitutional crisis out of fear of trump's twitter account. Yeah there they're all afraid of the two hundred and forty trump characters. It's ridiculous and then. Empty wheel said mcconnell literally waited until both the electoral college and the russian president had spoken. Yeah let's see. What do i have any more on that. yes. I have one more on that. Okay jake sherman tweeted. He's with politico on a senate. Oh this is this is the one you did on the senate republican call just now right. Mcconnell blunt and thune all pleaded pleaded on their knees with the senate republicans to not object to the election results january six th mcconnell saying. It's a terrible book for the gop okay. They'd have to vote it down. Which makes it seems like. They are anti-trump. He said gee that would be your shame. That would be a shame but the who. Let's see let's look at the. I don't have a list of the republican senators in front of me. Because i try not to think about them unless i absolutely have to ted cruz definitely up. There josh hawley. Although he's with bernie on getting a at least a direct payment to citizens just because he's right on one thing. Stop clock is right twice a day. He. he is a prime candidate to do something like that. Who else. I don't know i honestly my mind blanks when i think of all of them. Those two certainly mike lee. The way he has been asking lately he would probably michaeli. Oh mike lee. And i think mike lee got some of the super exclusive drugs that are only saved for trump's friends who get covid. Here's a new one item. Selects jennifer granholm as energy secretary report. That's interesting. We'll see what the report report was from. Its politico yahya Okay okay. I don't dislike jennifer granholm. I liked jennifer grandmother energy secretary. I mean it's better than having an energy lobbyist which was the fear. But yeah. I don't know i don't know i don't either. I like her though. I mean i know that she's probably not as we don't agree on everything. We follow each other on twitter. We get along and you know. I'm fine with that. Yeah okay. here's a whole off the topic thing. Can jonathan swan tweeted out this. This whole article. They did on axios. Here's the two takeaways that that i highlighted the closest trump. has this jonathan swan. The closest trump is come privately to admitting where this is heading. The source said is to say if we don't win i don't say lose. I say i don't win. So he will not use they aylward. I mean he's such a jerk anyway. But here's the fun. Part trump also has been telling confidence that quote people at the highest levels of fox unquote have reached out to his people to try to repair the relationship but that he is no desire to do that he wants. He wants to make them pay. He wants to make fox pay. Oh my god. Meanwhile he's shooting himself in the foot. Because there are reports that rupert murdoch wants to give him a tv show and a publishing deal and lots of money which donald trump really needs right now because he he pretends rich but he owes what four hundred million dollars or more at least that we know that we know of right really. I didn't know that they had actually made the they made the offer. But it's floating around out there so there's probably some there there and look. He's got a rabid following. Obviously a lot of people reason like the guy. I don't get it but to me. That would probably end up going with like oh win or one america or newsmax. But they're not saying enough. That thing is fox has a much larger audience but he but they will let him take over the net. I mean he wants to take of course he does yeah. He's going to be satisfied with a measly little half hour or hour. Show as not even what does he do. Just sit at a desk and talk to us all day. I mean what does he done for years right right. And that's what i'm saying. Though he's not going to it's going to be a show is gonna be him being being what he is on looking into the camera and screaming about stuff anyway. Here's one for from newsweek. This is in your territory. Because it's flora stone. Roger stone it considers running for senate in florida against marco rubio or rick scott. That could be a very good thing because they can split the vote and maybe a democrat can get through because florida is so upside down and backwards. We have many more registered democrats in the state than we have republicans yet for the fifteen years. I've been back here. I was smart enough to leave when i was a kid. But i stupidly came back. It's been run by republicans they control the entire legislature. I have florida. It is it just is florida. Yeah that's all okay. So here's another big story that we haven't touched on yet bill bari's okay well okay. Did you read the letter. Yes a- here's the tweet again. Erica and par par today. This bill barr. Letter is fawning by pyongyang's standards. I mean it was brown nosing up. The wazoo was like trump wrote it. It was like trump dictated it. It was embarrassing. Do you have a copy of it now. Not in front of me because it was nauseating. And i really didn't want to throw up again and see if i can read the tiny print. I am greatly honored that you call me okay. Your record is all the more historic because you accomplish it in in the face of relentless. I'm a kim sorry. So tiny implacable resistance your two thousand sixteen victory speech in which you reached out to your opponents and called working together for the benefit of the american people was immediately met by a partisan onslaught against you in which no tactic no matter how abusive and deceitful was out of bounds. The i can't read this thing. Dear of this campaign was the effort to cripple. If not out your administration with frenzied and baseless accusations of collusion with russia feel could have weather ddos attacks much less fourche to with a positive program. For the country you built the strongest. And most zillion economy it american history. One that has brought unprecedented progress to the okay. I'm not going to go. no you can't because it is so over the top. And i'm sorry as much of a kiss ass suck up as bill barr was to donald trump. He didn't write that. Trump wrote that and signed bill bars name to it instead. He resigned right. Yup absolutely and somebody just probably tweaks at a little so that they fixed the spelling and capitalization and punctuation errors. Yeah yeah it was embarrassing and so here's a follow up tweet now. This is just from random. And i ex w twenty will keep me up. Tonight is the thought that trump is about to do something so crazy. That even william bar could not sign off on it. I don't know how. Crazy rosen. Is acting age. I don't i don't know anything about him. I have no idea. The question is how much damage can do in thirty six days. And i think the answer is a lot yeah right and people are starting to leave the administrator a state of what do you call it a. Us attorney that resigned yesterday and there was somebody from the defense department today. I can't remember anyway. They're starting to leave. So it's going to be interesting to see if the people left will do his bidding. Whether they're all just gonna leave. I've no idea and it's you know it's it's nerve wracking. I think it is it. Is you know how many ulcers will form between now and january twentieth. Yeah here's more on that Claude taylor said bar will carry the stench of trump and a whiff of authoritarianism for the rest of his days and then we can piss on his memory and then rachel bitcoin for the yacht. what does she do. She you know she she got. I can't think of the word which he doesn't. It's not in her senior adviser editor at the cycle. Anyway she does more met. She predicts outcomes when he call. That can't think of the word he will. She said he will carry that stench because we will ensure he does there will be no dancing with the stars rebranding in the new world not for the bill bars of the world. I don't know. I don't know if i'm as confidence that i think that people will forget and wanna forget quickly because they're going to be so enamored with a democratic president. No they're not you re i know. Are you getting the democrats. I'm talking about democrats democrat. I'm getting i mean. Listen my stream and i get a lot of comments standing by their guy no matter what end today. Somebody got attacked because they sounded too liberal. In which i remember the the all i wish i could remember what the conversation was about but i was so surprised how already there were ready to defend establishment democrat. Demar slow and look it shows up with people. Applauding some of the picks. I'm sorry if you're applauding nero tandon and mayo pete. Then that's what. I'm talking about there already so loyal to the party. They are and look i get after what we went through for the last four years. I'm inclined to keep my mouth shut. But then you know just be painting for a living so right i mean this is what i do feeling to keep the peace for awhile. Yeah but the thing is and it's important that we challenge joe biden. Gave them a free ride because we got rid of trump good. We want him to do things we want. Look i'm fighting with people on twitter. Because i pushed back on jimmy door for referring to it as the democrat party. Oh i can't stand jimmy door anyway. But but i agree with him on medicare for all. Yeah we should force a vote. Sure we have things in common right but but we can't just let joe biden be mr mushy centrist either. We need to push him to do what we want. If we don't he'll hang out in a point. John casick to his cabinet. That's not okay. Actually put out a tweet that got a big response up there now. Almost two hundred likes on this thing. That i just put out as a sort of an afterthought i said dear joe biden. I hope you're noticing that we like assertive feisty. Joe outspoken joe. Tough joe let him have it. Joe is much to be like really nice guy joe so i was trying to say you know. Fight hard for what we of course. And i can't tell you yet because there's a new initiative that's going to be announced tomorrow so i can tell you about it tomorrow and we'll have a guest on to talk about it on friday but it's basically saying look i don't ever say my party right or wrong just like i say my country right or wrong is wrong. I'm going to call it out us out on it as my party is wrong. I'm going to call them out on it. And frankly because i do have a thing about it. Don't call it the democrat party. Because you're you're you're giving the haters too much credit. Because it's the democratic party there democrats inside the democratic party and and it is a big deal because you're adopting their vernacular and they use it that way as a smear as as a as a you know an insult. Because that's how they think. And i'm not a defender of the democratic party. The democratic party has their heads up their collective asses. That's why i became a precinct committee person. And i'm going to work in florida to change the florida democratic party who suck. Am i clear anna did you see was it. I wish my memory was working thread. Oh my god you're good throw. I know how to look it up. Hold on i can. okay. It's i have a way of looking at my. I've gotta move sold on. I gotta move you over and look at oklahoma head. In the meantime david ad- ca-. You know david david atkins yes he was talking about. The dnc actually saw that thread. Did you see us see us. And i'm looking and looking and looking and looking and it's probably too far. Down here beckons so as a newly elected. dnc member. I'd like to provide some insight of the dnc to folks who liked to complain about the dnc such because the dnc doesn't work. How most folks who talk about. I think it does both better and far worse than you think. And we don't have time to go into it but david askins on How's it good thread right. He's a perfect example. David atkins is very progressive and he is a member of the dnc. because look we will have more power if we can get in and change the party from the inside rather than becoming greens or working families party. Where you have no traction. And it's going to take decades if even that to build any kind of momentum if we have a chance of the republicans are pretty disheveled right now too so this is perfect time for a good progressive takeover of the democratic party. We've got a number of great people who owed shit. We're out of time. We got a number of great people who've been elected who are going to come in as freshmen. We have we have john. Paul is the new chair of the democratic progressive caucus. There's a lot of momentum there and yeah and so people are mad at me. Because i i'm calling jimmy dora out on semantics jimmy door. That's i am. You know i'm staying out of all that so i'm so done with fighting on twitter hate it i hate it i tell you i do too but i went back to love mike. Okay the all right with that. We're out of time. We're this hour flew by because we wasted tons of time. All right twitter. Get over it. Get over alright tomorrow. We'll be back. I don't know what i'm doing tomorrow but something would have the news and all that. Thank you for listening. Sorry we're so today but hey have a great night. Everyone by tomorrow. Maybe if you come back come back. Come back

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But you're looking healthy or in sunshine with tampa well the beers in the super bowl. This morning had a little stuck at rei anchored wanted to got back on. It's the final week for shamanee's valentine's day sale. I can't be for that no you. Don't you only got a few more days to get the brand new zoonotic deep correcting serum for free with your order genucel for bags and puffiness otake it a kick adult acne redness and stress breakouts to the curb while saying hello to increase firmness and smoothness of the skin. You want that. You're going to be visibly younger. You my wife. My mom both using shahrani products for a while now. They both love him. Not deep correcting serum combines the purest vitamin c with the brightening benefits of lactic acid for younger healthier happier looking appearance. I don't know what that means. I will say if you have a valentine's day present your your wife. Mom whoever is gonna love it so get it for them. 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The seattle times is reporting today in the near future travel may require a digital documentation showing that you have been vaccinated or tested for the corona virus among governments in those in the travel industry. A new term has entered the vocabulary of vaccine passport. One of joe biden's executive orders aimed at curbing the pandemic ask government agencies to assess the feasibility linking corona virus vaccine certificates with other vaccination documents and producing a digital passport. Denmark's government. said that in the next three or four months it's going to roll out its digital passport. That will be able to show people that have been vaccinated. It isn't just governments that are suggesting vaccine passports in a few weeks Airlines and emirates will start using digital travel passes the international transportation association Is backing this as well. So here's what they're here's what they're saying they want to give you a digital passport. Whether that'll be a stick or of something you scan or whatever the just says. I've had all my vaccines seems like it's going to be one of these things in your wallet on your iphone can like when you board a plane. It's your boarding pass. If you have an iphone think of think of this to me is white privilege. Think of how. Many people have an iphone around the world thing about how many people don't have access to the vaccine. Think about that. So they're not read. Society is a two tiered society in america is getting it. I i say on this one. We wait until everyone else on. The planet has a digital sport. And you give it to us so nice. Well i'm just trying to get. I'm trying to embrace my white privilege year. Let's see it's all about trying to digital Digitize a process that happens now and make it into something that allows for more harmony and more ease. No that sounds good. Yeah armenian ease. Here's a dozen it. Here's a here's a disturbing paragraph. ibm has been developing. Its own digital health pass as ibm ibm get along record of helping people out. I think that's fantastic completely unrelated story. A new york times bestseller edwin black wrote a book about ibm and the holocaust. But that's completely different. This is a digital health pass from ibm and it would enable individuals to prevent per present proof of vaccination or a negative test to gain access to public locations such as sports stadium. Airplane university workplaces. The mall stores the past built on. Ibm's blockchain technology can utilize multiple data types including temperature checks virus exposure notifications test results and vaccine status. Not only is the m looking into this. The world economic forum and the commons project foundation. A swiss nonprofit group have become have begun testing a digital health pass called common pass which would allow travelers to travel over the world. With all of their information the pass would generate a qr code that could be shown to authorities man now. I can't think of what could possibly go wrong here or one person who You know kind of kind of kind of kind of works in in the the digital world Said it took us fifty years to develop a global passport system for people Because there's a lot of security that goes around along with that. Maybe we shouldn't rush to one that has access to people's information. You could see the risk. They're a little. I'm a literally. I am a little to get back to normal. I yes i need. I know you're saying that sarcasm. But yes i do and i will say i. I'm not you're not gonna be for government. Want the system like this. I'm not going to say i. I want requirements. I will say however it is incredibly frustrating that we live in a country that thirty percent of the people have had the virus and an additional ten percent of the people have been vaccinated. So we were talking about forty percent of the population now estimated. That should be able to do pretty much whatever they want but because of largely the left. And they're this idea of a two tiered society where we can't allow people to go out and go to restaurants and bars and and sporting events because the people who haven't had the virus won't be able to do that the people who haven't been vaccinated won't be able to do that and therefore you know unfair and it's like well. I don't know to the bar owner. Do they think it's unfair. Do they really don't want. I don't wanna make sure we don't have a two-tier society therefore i'm going to let my business collapsed completely like it would be nice for our economy to allow people who don't have to think about these things at this point overwhelmingly to be able to do them well. Of course you would say that. I would the right side of it. Somebody was at the super bowl in has been tested several times and and just doesn't seem to have a problem with it. Oh the the next virus that is coming out of covid. Nineteen cova twenty. You didn't have to have covid. Covid nineteen to understand twenty. Don't really well no. You can just get twenty and it'll kill you dead. Dead dead like ninety five percent of the population ted. Really because of the mutates coming. It's coming stu it's coming now in again a completely unrelated article. Let's put those digital passports to the side. Okay 'cause that's convenient for you in ease in harmony and ease. Was your son harmony harmony. It's it's harmonious and it's It's easy okay. It's like i don't know why people don't give the tsa they're retina scan. Hoy that that sounds harmonious eggs easy. You just go in your eyes. Lorette does just gives absolutely every bit of information about you but don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. Can on the plane. Faster in a A new post from the international monetary fund. What's really new in fintech financial tack. What's really knew well. The authors suggests that rapid technological changes coming in the financial industry and in lieu of this change. They're they're looking at it and say well you know what. What should we be thinking about in the financial industry. So there's there's according to the imf and the european central bank a love. The central banks like the fed. They're fantastic. They been doing some research and they say there's a couple of financial innovations that the world should get on board with i information. There are new tools out there to collect an analyze data on customers that way they can really determine your credit worthiness and another is communications away that we can. We can communicate with the bank and the bank can communicate with us. So they're looking at the first thing they wanna do is determined credit worthiness and they say the most innovative innovative information piece is is The new type of data that comes from the digital footprint of customers various online activities. This will help the banks decide if your credit worthy for alone credit scoring they say in the old days was on income employment time assets and debts but that really doesn't give us a snapshot on who people really are. So how do we get really good. Information for instance a lot of kids. They can't get loans for you. Know four hundred thousand dollar house because they just got out of college fair and that's not fair. How do they establish credit. I mean we've all said that right when we were young. If you won't give me credit how could i establish credit right right. Well that's what the. Ib that's that's what the imf is all about to make sure that kids can get credit so what they're going to do is they're looking at at different information on certain kinds of people like entrepreneurs innovators informal workers. Maybe there's just not enough information available. So what do we do well. They've resolved the dilemma by tapping into various nonfinancial data. The type of browser and hardware used to access the internet the history of online searches and purchases now. Why would my bank need to know what i've been searching online for. Why recent research documents that once powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning these alternative data sources are often superior to divisional credit assessment mess Methods and ken in advance financial inclusion So the type of browser us could potentially indicate a different ranking for browsers that heavily track users like chrome. But if you use brave that emphasizes privacy so I don't know if you oreo credit worthy. So the imf seems to be suggesting that the banking network is going to begin using a history of online search searches and purchases to determine your credit worthiness. So if i read cnn. And i buy sports magazines. I'm good if i listened to five bucks or i read my news from the blaze daily wire. Have you bought food. Preparation stuff have even been looking at that kind of stuff because that makes me a little worried that you might not be able to make a car loan so i'm not sure we can give you that. Loan wait a minute. Hold on just a second. I just saw another piece of data apparently hispanic against digital passports to. I don't know if we can even have him as a bank customer. He's that kind of crazy. Okay let me tell you about timeshare termination team timeshare termination team boy. Don't you wish you had some data on the people that were trying to sell you that The little smart guy that comes out like hey listen have another drink. 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And the question is how are we going to really almost deprogrammed these people who have signed up for the trump by cutting off their social media verse google and apple delisted parlor from their app stores then amazon the servers now house. Democrats trying to blame the free speech platform parliament. This stuff related to big tech. Censorship is the issue of our times will smith appearing to call for the country to purchase donald trump supporters of clinton. There's a proposal to have a commission to investigate republican colleagues. Democratic senators filed ethics complaints against two of their republican colleagues on the left is trying to push these businesses to shame them and threatened them in to shunning and silence saying trump supporters and conservatives. They're pushing them to fire. 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Relieffactor dot com relieffactor dot com or eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four relieffactor dot com and over to blaze tv dot com slash. Glenn the promo code is glenn for thirty bucks off your subscription to blaze. Tv hello and welcome to the glenn beck program. It's tuesday do is back from the super bowl. How was it was great. You know roles. I love it It was very strange. Because you've gone for ten years. Gone up into sixteen super bowl. Sixteen super bowl. Tom brady has played an eight of them. That's amazing played in half and to tell you we talked about it yesterday. I mean this is just proof. Positive he is the greatest quarterback of alta. You disagree now. I unfortunately have to. He's i it's clear this is when you go to tampa team that would you know was struggling and you turn that team around and you win the super bowl your first year there. I mean that's that's really saying. They have a lot of talented good team multi. He's he's actually one super bowls with worst teams than the tampa. but still it was an amazing It's an amazing guy. He's like he's an old man. of course he's younger than me. But he's an old man pisses me off. He pisses me off at things have happened. Yes you're like. Oh gosh twenty. Twenty twenty twenty one. They suck so far. That's because tom brady's taking all the good things. Socially acquire positive think. Yeah it's a little sad weird because It seemed and i don't know if the roar of the crowd was artificially generated or what now. Yeah it was just a twenty four twenty thousand people but twenty. Five thousand people could be pretty loud and It seemed really loud in the stadium. It was oddly And i'm sure they covered this but they had all the cardboard people every. Yeah they didn't really talk about it they just showed it it. It felt even in the stadium like it was full with the exception. Of course you could see the back of cardboard people in front of you but when you look across the field it just felt normal. I mean it was loud. It was it with the exception of like in between plays. It will get a little quieter than i think was normal That was a little strange. I will say as well A lot of healthcare heroes there. We love our healthcare heroes. They're all wearing the little healthcare heroes badge. Nice say is some of the healthcare heroes. Judging by the amount they were drinking may have needed their own healthcare. Heroes later really yes. I'd say i don't know if it was if anyone deserves a great party. Heroes do the guys who wait in women and men who went in at the very beginning when we're like this could be like a combination of a bola leprosy and the common cold right You know low guy's face that you know you might wanna have a drink or two. Yeah and they took advantage of that. I feel like they whatever money they were gonna spend on a super bowl ticket they spent on budweiser. Did you see that. The average the worst state for drinking in the last year has been a is michigan. The average person took seventeen. Hard liquor drinks a week in michigan. That's a lot seventeen in an average of seventeen in seventeen and average. That can't be true. I mean otherwise. Don't buy car built in michigan. And that's all that's a lot that is a lot and you realize to like i saw some of the shaming that was going on afterward it's like people are outside generally speaking you know. They were gathering. They were celebrating a super bowl championship. You're not gonna stop that unless unless you you know you go back to prohibition and you enforce it with the power of the chinese government you're not to give it up. I know it seems like that's the road they wanna go down. It is but it's not the world that want to go down the road. We are going down not necessarily the alcohol part of it right. I mean you know. I don't know the alcohol part of it like you'd have to go back to prohibition to stop oh pictures. Gosh look at these people. They're gathering they're having a good time there near each other. Well look that is going to occur and especially when you start drinking. It was the first thing that we did the nor i normal thing. America has gone through in a year was the super bowl because it at least appeared on television as everybody was together and and it was normal. I mean it was weird to be there but generally speaking. I keep telling this to people that i know across the country. You don't understand what it's like right now to live in florida or texas. It's just pretty much normal again. I understand that like yes. The mask thing gets people very pissed off around here. Shut up you know you get that on both sides shut. I'm so sick of talking to says mainly because my wife is like the number one anti mask person in the universe all she thinks about and talks about all the time. But it's like it's all everybody thinks about all the time. The mass thing is like it's still a factor here whenever but you know. Florida does not have a statement mask. Mandate every place you walk into. You still gotta wear the mask the same way you do it every other state because that's just the way it is right now until you know we get past this thing. I think we all are in place where we understand that but like it just like with the exception of there's not as many people at there's not as many sporting events. There's not as many concerts things like that but generally speaking. It's pretty normal. You talked to someone who lives in california. They think that it's like they. Believe lockdown is still here because in many ways it is in these places york in california. You know if you're a liberal. There you think states like california. I mean like florida and texas are insane. Yeah insane and you can't people come from those environments. They can't understand. They feel out of place they don't know how to interact with people anymore. It's weird and then you look at the pictures from florida where people are outdoors gathering having a good time. Maybe not taking the best precautions in drunk. They're drunk and so what do you do. When you're you're losing your inhibitions or anything. So these things are found. She is a carbon so that happens right and all the people in new york and california are like. I can't believe these bastards. The they are the reason. We're having all these problems and they shame. Shame shame you go back to their social media feeds from the day after the election and maybe the blm riots. They don't have the same opinion about people being close to each other. I mean they don't understand kerr virus. If lincoln love the breasts of a prostitute. The problem right. That's the solution But it's it's fascinating when all of this is known that florida and texas have better results. I california science and it's like well. I could understand if it was the reverse if california if california and new york had great results florida. Texas had terrible results. You might look at the difference here and say well. Those bastards are just being i understand that i would is the literal reverse and they still keep doing it for those of us who live in these states. We wondered homeboy. If this turns out the opposite summer doom there is a chance and it didn't and look at us now. What are you waiting for in california. What are you waiting for. I mean i know the answer to this question. utopia fouled. she came out and said we're probably not going to be able to get rid of masks even this year. I mean maybe maybe for that. I read it. I know i know i i. I think you'll see that in new york and california where they'll keep the stuff on as long as possible. They don't seem to be interested in opening things up. You know now. All of a sudden You know dumb. Andrew cuomo is out there and he's saying Well we're gonna open up into a restaurants at like one percent because because when they were open at one hundred percent as you glenn every one of them fails every three years like seventy percent of restaurants fail. Every three years was one hundred percent open as is something raised the governor of new york. I bought the man and it's a lot less expensive if they're hiring. Everybody run the restaurant but they can only make twenty five percent of what they what it takes to on the restaurant so unhappy. What stood proudly if you better hope that your fattest twenty five percent of customers show up. Yeah you're going to have a lot of problems. Yeah it's like it's like opening a all you can eat buffet and only three fat customers. Show up it's a problem. It's a problem you're not. You're going to go out of business. You make your money on the skinny. You know you make your money on table turnovers right. I mean if you're not turning over a table three times a night you're not gonna make you're not gonna make it. This is why. I'm so passionate about not just open it up. I'm passionate about getting this getting rid of this freaking virus because we keep like as conservatives we think well just open it up again. We'll go out and we'll we'll go. Just let us go right. And that's totally what conservatives would do however restaurants also depend on annoying liberals and when thirty forty percent of the population says. I'm not going out there with this. Virus doesn't matter if they open it up straight yes they will all collapse than all conservative restaurant should have some sort of a marking. I don't know maybe a little yellow star that we can all go to okay. Let's support these guys liberals aren't going to do it so i mean the at the end of course i would argue for personal liberty and all of these circumstances anyway so i mean it to be. You know i'm. I'm sick and tired. I am going to bail out new york bill and it's going to be the answer we are going to bail allow and i have to tell you that is one of my lines. That's one of my lines. I don't know i'm gonna do. What color is the line. Only red lines are the ones that matter. This is more of a ma. You very yes. It's a mauve color so it's not read but it's hint of it in there all right. So mas line It if i'm wait a minute. You want me to pay for college. When i couldn't afford to go to college so i didn't go and i've been working to get my kids into college. Which now my kids won't probably be into any colleges. Any good colleges because white privilege so i've worked hard so my kids go to college even though i didn't and yet the people who have taken out giant loans. This is by the way helping more of the wealthy. It's not the it's not the poor people. It's a lot of the wealthy people. They took out. These giant note loans went to harvard. And now we're gonna give them the money we're going to just forgive their loans No no i didn't live in califor- c- californians you at least got the beach. Yeah and the beautiful weather you paid for it. Yeah you paid for it in hassle and taxes right but wait a minute wait a minute. Wait a minute. That's one reason why i didn't live there. I've always wanted to live in california but it's crazy. It's just crazy what you guys have been doing so i haven't okay. You can celebrate all you want. But now i have to pay for the mess you guys made. I don't think so Why why would i get into that suicide. Pack with you. You'd drag us all down. No and it's not just there right. It's there it's it's new york. It's michigan it's illinois. All of these places completely tanked their economy because of the covid completely tanked it And before that they were all union states that had great control of the unions and great control for for for the teachers unions and for the fire unions and everybody else. When the math didn't work. I really feel bad for firemen and police officers. Who have been screwed by the system. I mean i got news for you. You're gonna get screwed. There's not enough money but it's the union's fault because they told you these magic trees worked when all of us were standing around going Guys the math doesn't work right now. There's twenty of you paying for one retiree but in two thousand fifteen there will be two of you for every forty retirees not gonna work. It didn't work then and then after this year. Now i mean none of this stuff is going to work. It's going require constant money. Printing like people are like. Oh like elon musk. 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Thank you for having to the anyone. Thank you just. Let's get a quick comment on the dismissal of your case In the ivy league schools by the government this this this week right right so in twenty sixteen eight twenty. Sixteen my home group. Asian american collision education brought a federal civil rights complained against yeah It's alleged anti-asian discrimination in admissions and after a two year investigation by the trump administration department of justice. They concluded that he'll in fact. Discriminating against asian american applicants ways quotas high standards and stereotypes. All these good and And and last year last august the oj launched a federal lawsuit against. Yeah as a result of our civil rights complained so we were very happy to to to to see that That results and that lawsuit but Way it's kind of Expected there the by the hand in administration which rollback would dismiss this lawsuit. Wow just not eight days after the administration signed an executive order Combat in empire. Asian phenol phobia and the racism. So you see glaring irony here right. So are they really for equal rights. Are they all they're just about Ideology co racial spoils and identity politics. So let me switch now to california because the same kind of thing is happening in california on a mass scale with the ethnics studies The curriculum that has been released We have seen the first draft another up on the third draft now But some of these things are really disturbing first of all. It seems to be the motive to put everybody into a category. A little box and make sure you understand your divisions. There is a In the curriculum a historic. Us social movements black lives matter metoo criminal justice reform but it also includes boycott divestment and sanctions movement for palestine described as a global social movement that currently aims to establish freedom for palestinians living under apartheid conditions holy cow it also teaches that the nineteen forty eight israel war of independence. They referred to that as knocked baa. Which if you know anything about the arab world That is What they call the day of independence in arabic. It means catastrophe john lewis. Martin luther king justice thurgood marshall were not in the influential people. Section however pol pot was in Capitalism classified as a form of power and oppression although classism homophobia islamophobia and transphobia were listed as forms of oppression. Anti-semitism was not what. What is this this is. This is science fiction becoming reality so Before we delve into the you know the the technical details of this very divisive and problematic sir draft certain and final draft of ethnic studies model current him. I would like to just talk a little bit about My background and also how i got involved In a bigger context so currently as you introduced i am with california and support equal rights nonpartisan nonprofit organization with the mission to promote the principles of equality and in marriage and Between fighting for equal education rights of asian american students from my home group and defending california's constitutional principle of equal rights and pushing back ideological invasion of critical ethnic studies in california's k. twelve education. Or get when you in. I think that in the old days People have thought well. Then you know glenn beck and have you know. They're on different sides of the no. I think we both define all rights the in an opposite way than what is now being pushed in california. We're you're saying let's understand that Everybody has the same access and the same rights. That's not what's being taught now. No not at all not at all and this is very very dangerous. So the movement in california regarding this ethnic studies motto curriculum. I in my opinion must be understood. In relation to these assaults equal treatment and the married in the golden state and beyond in twenty twenty. I had the honor to be part of the hero. Nona sixteen campaign which successfully defeated a racial preference ballot measure proposition. Sixteen on state ballot was impassive marching. Fifty seven percent says forty three percent ball out can per so people don't know that was The vote to reverse the discrimination laws the you you could discriminate for social justice. Right okay right exactly. So that balas mashed with have drug have reversed a very important principle in the california contribution which clearly states that the stage sean not discriminate against grandparents financial treatment to any individual group on the basis of race sex color ethnicity national origin in operation public employment public education or public contracting but the california state legislature is perennially obsessed with race and even currently considering a list of bills that would have reinstated racial preferences in a number of public policy areas and these race obsessed lawmakers also have powerful allies such as the university of california teachers unions and even the california chamber of commerce which endorsed racial preferences nasty in the name. Hi it's crazy. In the meantime you know. Our quality of k through twelve education in california continues to decline when low income and minority students being heard the most so for example over sixty percent of california students great scraping the eleven cannot do math proficiency proficiently and only fifty percents can proficient very and there is a ratio achievement gap of course but instead of legislating promoting policies that address mood qassams behind the gaps and the dismal state of public education. These politicians and civil servants. I i call them. Ideologues they want to perpetuate the problem. I racial preferences. Now when dumbing down the standards and now with political indoctrination in this very divisive ethnic studies model curriculum and i would like to go into Talking about this clinical ethnic stomach taking all right so hang on We're talking to dr wu executive director california's for equal rights about the new curriculum. This is important to you because it will be coming to your state in some form or another. This is being introduced into your schools And you need to be on the gates of your education and make sure that this does not pass those gates We'll have more in just a second. Let me take a one minute break and tell you a little bit about Built bar because it's day forty. Yeah day forty. The weight loss regime dear diary the screening of genius i attempt to lose weight by pulling the stuffing slowly. Out of the voodoo doll of myself. So far no change that it can tell but i am tracking it by the hour. My wife has asked to borrow the food. Who doll and my pocket knife for later. I don't understand women. I don't know what she's gonna do with it. Meanwhile tonight i'll be attempting weight loss through osmosis by placing a diet book beneath mypillow. I'm also gonna eat a built bar instead of my usual candy bar. One of those two things probably going to be effective love. 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And i really wanna talk to you about some of the people behind this curriculum. That are really quite disturbing so give us the highlights of what is going to be taught by a to our to our kids in california. Sure so i would like to start weekly. With an example how This tastes of critical. Ethnic studies was brought to my attention so not lay. Last and the group of scholars caters a nonprofit organizations including nile immigration california's for equal rights. Put together a task force to connect people concerned about ethnic studies and the incursion of critical series in california and to raise public awareness on this important issue and december nine twenty twenty Group received an anonymous tip from cupertino parents with some disturbing instructional materials Social identities how privilege and white racism and these materials were intended for a third great mass cuss at my host. Elementary being an upscale community in cupertino so that That raced my my attention. My alarm and and i you know i started to. I started to deeper into this this critical ethnic studies model curriculum which will also be used or prayed as a national blueprint for how ethnic studies should be taught in k through twelve education. So this is not just a ethnic problem. It's not a jewish problem. The asian providence. It's an fundamental issue against our commonly held leaves and i often my investigation and my partnership with several other groups. Fighting against him is in california. We've found out that the invasion of critical race theory into ethnic studies. In a result of a multi year campaign to produce a statewide ethnic studies model curriculum administratively and to mandate i think studies as a college and high school graduation requirement legislatively. In other words they're ready colonization of ethnic studies and social studies in general in california toward intersection. -ality neo marxism and postmodernism did not happen in a vacuum. A group of far left activists activists scholars nominate progressive lawmakers and bureaucratic ideologues have conspired to make critical theory of critical. Nick studies a mainstream pedagogy. And there started in twenty sixteen when then california governor jerry brown signed. Ab twenty sixteen into law eighty twenty sixteen requires ethnic studies to be taught in public high school including charter schools and the mandates the state to adopt a model curriculum the currency deadline for adopting the ethnic studies model curriculum is much the so between twenty. Sixteen now really version. The introduced for public comments and each has met fierce opposition. The first track got twenty one. Southern public comments were the jewish american community being the most vocal opponents. The second one received thirty five thousand comments and that governor in houston to veto. Abc three three one last year which would have mandated ethnic studies based on that divisive mode motto curriculum. As a high school graduation requirements the third and final draft was released last december and campaign some window-dressing relations to address criticisms some glaring neo marxist in semiotics it is hues very controversial but ludik it has to be It's my understanding that when you started looking into the evolution of this thing you found a group union. Del barrio and i just want to. I want to quote from their facebook. Page union del. Barrio is a political group comprised of individuals that are committed to the organizational discipline in order to develop the science strategy and structures needed to overturn our oppression as mexicans and latin americans with within the current borders of the united states. We struggled for the self defense and ultimate liberation of raza translation the race while we're also speaking to integrate our movement with the continental liberty gay liberation process. That is taking place route. America we are working tirelessly to unify the collective power of raza workers women and men blah blah blah indigenous communities prisoners in order to unite as a strong and sustainable social and political movement for self-determination and socialism I don't know that doesn't sound like a good group to have writing this thing but they have been They union barrel has been instrumental in sort of Radicalizing the that content and the guiding principles of california's ethnic studies model curriculum. According to credible sources from insight we blowers and researchers. We have on earth evidence of this strange radical group of activists basting southern california as the leader for the sweeping on reforming education. So in as a result this movement led by union the barrel has hijacked did genuine cultural and ethnic studies and turned it into a political battleground of american. Won't abuse and this story started in twenty thirteen with the people's campaign by the school to uniondale barrel as you described an independent political organization. Click revolution dr wu executive director californians equal rights. I'd love to have you. I'd love to tv. Show on this. You can find her at californians for equal rights dot org californians for equal rights dot. Org we're going to get into this from the teacher perspective in just a few minutes standby the glenn beck program. 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Laurie myers she is a Co-founder in For education for excellence and ethnic studies. He's a california educator. I think a first grade teacher and she wants to talk about the ethnic studies model curriculum. That is waiting passage now in california. Welcome laurie how are you. I'm great thanks for having me on the show. Glenn i really appreciate your taking the time to talk about this super important issue that we're facing in california right now and i totally agree with you. It is going nationwide. i am so concert. This changes the future for generations. If we don't if we start teaching this poison we're done as a people. I don't even not even ended a america but as a people we start to look at everything differently. I completely agree with you And as teachers we consider ourselves to be pretty much on the front lines of this but the real people on the front lines of this our students and that's why our group was formed where our grassroots group of hundreds of educators from across the country who want to make sure that we have ethnic studies curricula that achieve really important goals confronting racism developing civic responsibility building. The twenty first century skills that our students need like critical thinking communication creativity but that don't devolve into critical race theory which not only wold accomplish those goals. But we'll do quite the opposite. Exactly i mean i- laurie a how you feel about any of this and so you don't have to comment on it but i have to tell you in looking at critical race theory and i've tried to swear off this word in looking at what it teaches and how it teaches the only word i can come up with to describe it as evil. It is intentionally destroying people their communication with each other. It's fighting everybody. It makes you feel horrible about yourself. I mean it's so defeating. So what i really appreciate about. What you just said. Is that critical race. Theory in the classroom and in particular are group right now is focused on the ethnic studies model curriculum. But there are a couple of other different Front lines on critical race theory in california But that we're not just concerned about what critical race three teachers. That's the framework. We're concerned about how it teaches. And that's the pedagogy and our concerning but in some ways the pedagogy piece of it. How educators their classrooms. So let's lori. Let's just pretend we don't know what pedagogy means. I been hold that many times. I'm sorry i'm down in the weeds. Petty pedagogy is Is how teachers teach For example If i'm teaching math I might be teaching content which would be addition subtraction multiplication division but the methodology into teach the pedagogy would be singapore math or university of chicago teacher. So there is a trying to find it in one of the things where the pedagogy would be too and it didn't say inflict trauma but Make students feel vulnerable sad helpless And teachers need to be familiar with trauma informed practices. That sounds like a bad pedagogy. I'm using that correctly. And can you explain what this is right. So that's actually What one of the reasons that we are so deeply concerned about critical race theory is a pedagogy. I'm out in classroom and a number of different ways. And i'm happy to share examples but the end result Is that works concerned about how it will cause trauma and teachers parents trusting us every day when they can't send their children to school to keep their children safe insecure. In fact i looked up. The code of ethical conduct for a number of school district which at students safety and welfare is teachers highest priority. And every teacher knows that unless we have that foundation in the classroom. Learning just isn't going to happen. Get the ethnic studies model curriculum itself. Acknowledges that topics oppression which by the way is mentioned in the model curriculum. Over two hundred times words like oppressed oppression oppressed can make students feel and i quoting vulnerable sad guilty and helpless and then the model curriculum felt dates. That teachers need to be attentive to quote trauma informed education practices. And i said this before. And i'll say it again. A school curriculum should not need a trauma warning. Okay so there is. Isn't that saying trauma informed practices Doesn't that mean that you kind of want to inflict trauma because that helps inform and it helps shape them so that that's a really interesting point And as educators. We agree that there are going to be difficult topics that are taught in school. As long as they are grade level appropriate for example students learning about the killing field students. Learning about rwanda students learning about the holocaust. Those are going to be difficult topic but a well trained good teacher teaching them with a well-developed curriculum. We'll be able to teach them and maybe caused students to feel some deep emotions but not trauma and the other important difference. Is that the critical race theory. Pedagogy these traumas are caused because students are made to internalized feelings around impression. It's not just the content that they're learning it's the pedagogy that's having them internalize these feelings. And personal responsibility either for inflicting oppression on somebody else or feeling like students in your class are responsible for inflicting impression on you. That's where the pedagogy piece is important. I'm sorry and it goes the other way as well. They're in berkeley in the unified school district. There there was a lawsuit. Are you aware of this. Can you tell the story. So i'm not aware of a lawsuit and berkeley. But they am aware of. And i actually spoke with the former school board member. Who student was in this class when this happened Various code school board member told me that in their ethnic studies class which at that point with a high school graduation requirement quote various groups were denounced boys caucasians privileged students shy achieving. ap students of all races of all races Were made to feel bad and another quote. White kids were made to feel bad and the problem for so rampant in the district that the district was forced to drop ethnic studies and the graduation. What were the problems that this was causing the problems we're that students were starting to denounce each other and target each other and that's one of our thoenes with critical race theory in the classroom so i what critical race theory does is it. Has students identify as part of a group based on race based solely on skin color and then assigns a judgment to them based on that racial identity. The second piece is then. It asserts that one group is the oppressor over the other and that sets up an oppositional relationship between the groups it literally pits students against each other. And that's where. I come back to the goals of ethnic studies and how this approach a critical race theory. Pedagogy is not going to help. Bridge the cultural divide. It's not going to build cultural understanding. It's not going to have dunes develop respect for inclusion and these are all the goals of the original bill that mandated ethnic development of ethnic studies model curriculum. And that's why. I keep coming back to we all i hope. We all share these important goals but critical race theory. Pedagogy is not the right way to get there. I don't know if we still agree on the same goals. There are people that are taking. I mean i know that martin luther king has been put back in on the third draft. But if your instinct is to talk nice about pol pot and delete martin luther king. I don't think you get it. I mean martin. Luther king articulated what american. He didn't tear down america. He said america live up to your own founding words. He challenged us to be better and he challenged us to all live in a world where race doesn't matter. I'm not sure that everybody agrees with that anymore. Well i i agree with what you just said but what you just said is absolutely consistent. With the bill that mandated the development of the ethnic studies. Model curriculum. It says that one of the goal is for students to promote collect self and collective empowerment to promote critical thinking to develop a more complex understanding of the human experience from the california social studies framework. It's the standards that we all need to track to. Ethnic study should help. Students develop respect for cultural diversity and see the advantages of inclusion. Those are all consistent with martin. Luther king my concern is that the motto curriculum. In its current incarnation. And in fact. It's incarnation since its genesis. Back in two thousand sixteen has been based on a critical race theory foundation that is inconsistent with the original goals approved by the state. If we had a curriculum that tracked to those original goals that track to california standards approved by the state board of education. Then we wouldn't be having that problem. So i do think that you and i agree on the goals and the state of california agreed on the goals. The curriculum is what isn't agreeing with those goals. And that's why it has to change laurie. I'd love to have you back. I'd love to actually do a tv show with you. Because i don't think there's anything more important than what's happening in. Our schools and teachers have got to stand up and parents have to stand up. I really appreciate it if you would like to reach out to To laurie you can follow her on. Twitter at teacher myers. That's m. e. y. e. r. s. Or your her website educators for excellence. That's the number four educators for excellence dot weirdly dot com lori. Thank you so very much. Thank you so much glen done by the way Few things you can do get the word out. Share this These things are going to get very bad if you're not standing guard right now if your kids are being taught on zoom school look at the assignments meet with your school. Board members talk about this curriculum for ethnic studies. Follow your kid's school board minutes. 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Lays tv glenn beck program so this is gonna come as a surprise coordinated platforming of parlor has come under question as arrest numbers highlight facebook's role in the capitol hill riot. We begin there in sixty seconds program. You just want the best night's sleep you've ever had you wanna consistently right. I mean one of sleep. What are you waiting for telling you about my pillow and all their products for a long time now. And it's time for you to find out for yourself. Just how amazing they really are the pill. The pillow is practically magical. I would not it if i were in a store. If i hadn't have laid my head down on it. I wouldn't have bought it because i would think this is a stupid bill and it's not gonna it's not gonna hold up it's not going to be and it is amazing. 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I it's what's weird about this. Is facebook was used by seventy three of the people charged with crimes. That's more than all of the other social media sites combined so how come parlor was banned so is such a strange target to me. Right like parlour has its good points but it was never a dominant social network. You know i mean it. Was those crazies. I guess that was the idea that the people we already banned off of twitter. Keep going there. Yeah so no. They actually were at facebook more than any other more than all of the other social networks combined that should say something so why was parlor band and why was parlor banned from using amazon's online infrastructure. I mean look at what happened to them. It was only used by eight of the people charged out of two hundred and twenty. only eight. were on parlor. Google apple remove parlour. This is collusion. This is honestly. This is detroit. The big three auto manufacturers pudding auburn out of business putting the duesenberg company out of business. That's what it is. They know what's good for them and they gotta get rid of any of the competitors and so they will collude to destroy their competitors. Anybody who's coming up you know and again no knock on parlor. I like parlor and the boat. I know some of the people behind it are real free speech believers like. This is why they started this right. But it's like. I think it's bigger than just knocking out their competition. A don't twitter facebook's or apple c- parlors competition. They were upstart network. They were doing what they can do to get going where i think what they see is they want. They want a threat to conservative speech in a very public way. You know throwing off x. Or y. person off of twitter sends some level of message is let's just banning you can't even go to a secondary platform and say conservative. Things that says a lot more. I mean i don't even try to get online forums it it. It ran a deep chill through. Everyone does what we do. It's message said because it wasn't just it wasn't just that they banned Parlor and deleted the apps. It wasn't just that it was. You can't use any of the infrastructure of the internet. It's amazing these people who pushed for net neutrality. Because god forbid comcast might slow your net flicks all these years. They complain about that. And when you know places like amazon web services are removing an entire app because they say too many conservative things again. That's my summary of that situation not theirs but that is totally fine with the same people that all. Gosh you might not be able to watch your You know your hulu at high enough quality That's a real real danger here. So facebook had seventy three of the people that were charged said they. They were on facebook and they were organizing through facebook. Eight used parlor but listen to this. This is from Sheryl sandberg who. She's she said this on january eleventh in the washington post. She's by the way a chief operating officer at facebook. she said. I think these events were largely organized on platforms. That don't have our abilities to stop hate and don't have our standards and don't have our transparency cheryl. Looks like you're wrong. Looks like you were wrong. All of your high falutin hate speech filters didn't apparently catch it. Ha- what's up would add. Let me give you. Let me show you where we are headed. You think you have the first amendment. This story would be in the old days you know back in december You would've looked at a story like this. It went well. That's why i live in america. And if you didn't understand that america was completely different than every other country in the world. You'd say well don't why where's their freedom of speech. This story comes from great britain scotland. A man has been arrested arrested and charged in scotland quote in connection with an offensive social media. Tweet about captain sir. Tom more now. Do you know who he was sir. Tom more ease that old guy. He was like one hundred years old. He was a world war two veteran he was one of the. I think it was the first to get the covid vaccine. Well he died hospital treated with pneumonia and then cohen engine so Apparently the Apparently the whole cova did Vaccination didn't really help him out very much but he was. He was knighted by queen. Elizabeth i mean he was a big big celebrity over there and seem like a really sweet guy so a thirty four year old man has been arrested and charged in connection with communication offenses and is due to appear at lanark sheriff court wednesday seventeenth february according to the daily mail. The thirty five year old. Joseph kelly is due to appear at court and accused of the communication. Offense is triggering outrage from free speech campaigners the communication of fence in question relates to a tweet that kelly wrote shortly after. Captain sir tom. Moore's death which read trigger alert. I just please. You've never heard things like this or seen anything like this on social media so please a you are remove all children and when i say children i mean of course up to twenty six. So if they're up to twenty six years you or twenty six years you know what. Let's make it easy if you're under fifty please just go back into the crib and pull the covers over your fit. 'cause you're not going to be able to handle less. He tweeted the only good brit. Soldier is a deed. One d. e. d. I think that's because that's the way they say this deed Burn old fella. Burn now normally. What i would do is go urine idiot and move on with my life. But that's because we live in this wilderness called america according to the police in scotland. The tweet was reported three days after it set there on the internet three days. It set there my gosh and it comes as the snp continues efforts to introduce a new hate crime bill. That will criminalise stirring up hatred now. That doesn't sound vague at all but section one twenty seven the united kingdom's communication acts signed into law under tony blair's government states. A person is guilty of an offence if he sends by means of public electronic communication network a message or other matter that is grossly offensive or an indecent or menacing character and he will be liable according to section one twenty seven on summary conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or a fine not exceeding level five on the standard scale level. Five who if you don't think that's coming your way. They're already doing it. And you know how they're going to the around the free speech thing will i there indoctrinating anybody under thirty To think that free speech isn't really free you can't you don't have the right to say something crazy about the government. You don't have a right to hurt people's feelings. What kind of speech needs to be protected. I mean you can't say that religious stuff anywhere. What really so you. What what do you want to you. Want the cat in the hat to be protected. What i mean. Nobody's really saying well. I mean they will be soon. How dare you put that cat in the hat. Cats don't wear hats. Why would you put a hat on a cat. you know. Cats are people to So i'm using this as an example. What time is it. I'm using this as an example for today only because this may seem like listen. I had fuddy-duddy next week when cat in the hat is suddenly really offensive. What kind of speech needs protecting other than the speech. That really pisses you off. How do you. How are you misunderstanding. This we should point out here so that our speech is is not silenced immediately by all social networks and all across america that sir. Tom moore did not get the coronavirus vaccine he was he was a different guy he wanted to get it. He was the guy who he raised the money. He raised the money. he raised. Forty five million dollars for health workers. He was very famous and he would have had the vaccine however he was on. Pneumonia medicine already made him ineligible. So just good good good because i like the other guy but i like this guy too. I mean i think both of them were great. But i should be banned. I usually banned. I should this is what we interrupt this. Never ending dumpster fire for something less flammable. So let's go to america where we'd all have any dumbers ear and i'd like to talk to you a little before i start this story about darwin and his theory of the survival of the fittest Fees who buy into darwin saying that this is the way a worm became a man because the dumb worms that didn't have any hands Those worms died out even though we still have those worms but they died out and suddenly boom. He's doing the glenn beck program. Isn't that weird now. How did that happen. Well the ones that couldn't defend themselves the ones that we're too stupid or just defective in some way. What a great progressive word defective. They were eliminated. Thus we had the idea of eugenics. Let's speed the process up by getting rid of all of our defective gives so it was great. And i've never been for it. Now listen to this story. A louisiana woman who went viral after struggling to remove guerrilla grew glue from her hair claims that the hospital nor the company's advice help remove the harden adhesive. She's now considering a lawsuit. Tessa brown hired an attorney is weighing litigation against gorilla glue because while the products label warns against us ing gorilla glue in. Your is your skin or your clothing. It doesn't mention hair. That's a really good point. That's a really good. I mean if i was reading that it was like don't put it on your skin. Don't put it in your eyes and don't even get it on your clothing. I would think they didn't mention hair. During brown's weekend trip to the er healthcare workers put on the back of her head but instead of getting to the root of the problem. It burned her scalp and only made the glue. The glue gooey before hardening backup because it's gorilla glue gorilla glue is today aware of the dilemma and tweeted a statement reading and that that shows compassion doesn't it. I mean that shows you really taking this seriously when you tweet We are very sorry to hear about the unfortunate incident that miss brown experienced using our spray adhesive on her hair. We're glad to see in a recent video that miss brown has received medical treatment from her local medical facility and we wish her the best the company goes on to reiterate that its product is not indicated for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent. Not at all about you. But i think we could lose a monkey taylor too. I think we could I think we could lose. You know I don't know the beak that isn't shaped right Because some people. I'm sorry some birds can't Gather food And so maybe the beak needs to be shaped differently and darwin would come in There are some people that know. Don't use lawnmower on roof to remove snow. i say. Let him get chopped up as they're falling down let them as they're rolling off the roof and the lawnmower is still running but it's now in front of them and flipped upside down. I think that's good so lawnmower lands you land in the bottom part of the lawnmower with the moving blades. I'm okay with that. i'm okay with that. If you're that stupid you shake your hair should stick together forever and we should know we should know who were dealing with when she comes in is like. Hey we should be able to go. Oh yeah you're the we. Now return to the american dumpster fire already in progress. Let me tell you about timeshare termination team you want to get. The process started to get out of that. Timeshare you'll get twenty percents off when you terminate your timeshare so make sure you tell him. I sent a twenty percent off. And they're gonna get you legally out of this thing forever. How much money has this thing actually cost you well. 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A photographer has alleged that marilyn manson forced to females fans to strip what yes manson his real name apparently not maryland also plied fans with alcohol before ordering them to take off their tops. Speaking to the mirror. Von stein said that she was picked from a crowd of fans by manson's minders escorted to his tour bus. One an honor then allegedly She hit the back of the group as a musician. Pointed to the group of other women instruct instructed them to strip. She said he wanted to see you. Had the biggest And the best. Everyone was a bit surprise because made it feel normalized like it was fun. Now when i'm ed what he made. That was fun. Yeah when when my daughter would go to a marilyn manson You know concert which didn't happen. But if she would go a she would have been the first on the bus. She would obey time. Nothing could happen after with a rocker. Good advice for young parents. They don't understand this. If you're at a concert and the band members want you to go in there bus you just let them go. Let your kids go right away right away. It's horrible things can happen. Apparently he was surrounded by older people and he was dominating and nobody felt that they could say no to him because the older people were there seems like such a good guy and then he would do something like this. Looks like one of those crazy dogs with the blue brown. I what could go wrong on a tour bus anything anymore. Monkey tales Okay let me tell you about gold line. They are offering six percent promotional metals delivered directly to you. If you get the qualifying retirement account purchase. This is so important. I mean we have frasier times ahead of us. It is really really important that you protect yourself. Goldline special also on grated liberty coins. These are the old you know. Twenty dollar gold pieces from one hundred and some years ago. 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I mean it was thirty. Eight hundred in march so you got thirty. Eight hundred could have jumped thirty eight hundred in march of last year now. A lot of things fell right in march. So if you bought radio bottom corona virus if you bought it before that you could less than ten thousand very easily i. It's been incredible. I mean it really is coming. The herd is coming because of elon. Musk yesterday He invested one point. Five billion dollars. Tesla did in to Bitcoin you know they're coming after him now. Like know he's been hyping this up what he says. I liked bitcoin. So do i. I mean you don't have a right to say that. That's that's our another manipulating the market will. They're saying he bought it in december so and he was tweeting about after december as well. So that supposed to stop right believing in it and it was just you know again. His company bought it. He was saying good things about it. Yeah i don't know that you. I think pretty much. If you look at any company the things they invested. They're going to say good things about that's of a normal thing that companies do tell you one thing i don't like we fought one point. Five billion eight. Bitcoin that's-that's over. What are you insane. I mean like what's incredible is if you remember if you're listening to this show if you're listening to this show and you listen early. You're very wealthy right now but if you happen to Not us because we didn't take our own advice. Yeah well i mean you know. I did a little bit. I mean certainly didn't win was in it. And i think i was told. What was it thirty dollars or thirty cents. It was really ridiculous because you met with one of the leaders of market riessen. Who's like the guy who has coin. He basically coin base ratings of budget. It's different companies was a huge believer in bitcoin. Super super early. And if glenn had listened to his advice and some on the left might be happy with this. You would not be hearing him talk right now because he'd be on an island somewhere but thirty. I think it was thirty cents when he was older thirty cents and i was like that. I don't know there's nothing to this and talking about the computer money in computer in your wallet but even later i mean we were talking about it for three two three four five six hundred and all the way up to in the beginning of two thousand seventeen who was at one thousand and even that seemed like it was high at the time that it had that big run up the bump the quote unquote bubble right and it went up to nineteen thousand nine hundred wherever was almost at twenty thousand and now when you look at the all time graph of bitcoin. It's just looks like a little blip that twenty seventeen looks like a little blip even halfway up to the price and now this this huge runup and it's funny because one of the arguments at that time after a collapse there's lots of haters who came in and said this is nothing. It never was anything if people don't we're not gonna print and spend money it's not a what is inflation going to be a big problem in the future. No of course not. Bitcoin makes no sense and what people who are pro. Bitcoin argued was that this is going to look more like the internet. Where you had that. I quote unquote internet bubble in two thousand and i was like. Oh gosh what a joke pets.com. And now it's just running our entire economy right and so you had that early one. That little bump came down. I mean there's been several bubbles over the years with bitcoin but it's raged back to huge huge improvements. Your you know year after year. I think because what's happened was all the little people got destroyed. And then the big money sat there and they were like okay we ready. Can we invest. Can we do this. And so all of the the hedge funds all of the big businesses you know goldman sachs etcetera etcetera. They put in They put in systems that could invest in. Bitcoin watched it and now the hurt is coming. I mean i've i've heard that apple is Talking about investing five billion dollars. I would be new be. It would be huge but it would be stupid to release that information before you buy right you so you trust that elon. Musk is still corky enough. That people will look at that and say oh well. it's elon. Musk and he does all sorts of wild things to become but he gets in does it. Yeah that is a total. I think this is the difference between my generation understands gold the young generation this is digital gold. That's the way they view it is digital gold and I've you gold is gold. And i like both bitcoin and gold But i think they're both being driven by the same thing. This the money thing is going to be over soon. It's going to be over and if you don't when you look at the price of bitcoin don't think you have to buy a bitcoin you don't you can put one hundred dollars into it and still make money If you don't have. I've been saying this for five years. Can you imagine when. I first started saying this if you would have put money into it if you do. If you don't have a one hundred dollars in bitcoin. I used to say no when it was just a dollar if you don't have one hundred dollars in bitcoin Your fool because this is life changing money. If you don't. Have you know five hundred dollars in bitcoin. Now you're still a fool because it's not done doubling. Its not a again we're not. We don't know where the price of bitcoin is going. But i still thought term. It's hard not to be optimistic. Still think that the central banks. You could come in at any time in crush. It shows me money. You're willing to lose ryan. But it is some at some level gambling. But i mean even as late as october glenn. It was still at ten thousand up in october up. It's a five time. Since then. I don't know if it's going to hold onto this stuff. I mean the elon. Musk stuff in. Some ways makes me nervous because people get so hyped up about whatever. He says he's going to say something else next week. And i assume all the people who are who jumped in for elon. Musk are going to go. Run to doj coin or whatever he's talking about next time he does choline is a is a meme it's a it's a it was built as a joke right initially but it's been around for a long time now allah. It's hit all time highs. Because he's been talking about it which is like eight since it is like asking but still don't have eight cents does going right along eight cents dose eager nuts. Think of that. You could have bought a penny you eight times your money right now. You'd have eight cents a mathematician. It gets you to deep into the calculus. Think of that would you be. Would you show up. No offense. Glenn we'd never i know i'm with you. I'm with you You know. I personally if i had five percents i'd never speak to you. Hey you know. We all have our own standard. 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It's the right thing to do so either. Learned a whole whatever jar or something. Welcome welcome to the two. Thousands learn to code and these one point four million jobs. I mean we're gonna have a lot of people learning how to code. You know what i'm saying here He's firmly committed to raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars. Oh by the way. I also forgot to tell you that. In addition to the jobs lost the wage hike according to the c. b. o. would cause a corresponding rise in the price of general goods and services so because minimum wage is now fifteen dollars. People will have more money to buy things and so they can buy things At a higher price and so the costs Will go up as your wage goes up. Which is weird because that never happens inflation with more money out there no never happens never never no never also some really good news now that that is the problem. But here's the cure. Washington state is now proposing a one percent levy on wealth of more than a billion dollars. Well i mean really. I mean roseanne barr said it really should be one hundred million and then execution after that And she was serious but washington state is a little more reasonable. You can have a billion dollars but then you get a wealth tax of one of one percent so this is really going to help the economy. I mean think about how much. Money jeff bezos. He's you know he's from. He's from seattle and he's got what two hundred two hundred billion dollars on my. He's gonna go two billion dollars every year and he won't even know i bad news for you. He no longer lists. They're no longer lives. I mean he does now but the second you pass this bill. He will no longer live there. Oh and so you will get zero dollars from gang awesome. Well you still have a bill gates. Okay yeah that's true what gets He's gonna he's gonna pay about a billion terrible news really he doesn't live there anymore. Really wow that. That's how could you project this stuff you would know. There's like no what you know. These guys have resources to buy new homes and other places. We'll wait a minute just a second. I mean according according to You know the people are proposing this ninety. Seven percent of the revenue from this tax is going to fall on four people off terrible news. Four people live there really. yeah well. that's a weird you in the really rich person that lives in the american. How about never was really yeah. It's i know high. No it's so sad. That is weird and it's just totally unforeseen. How could you possibly know that these billionaires would move out of the state when you pass a tax like this. I know i know 'cause two billion dollars. That's chump change. Yeah who even needs who even needs two billion dollar. Not me. And if i had if i had two hundred and the the government is already made a bunch of money on me because i've been paying taxes to make that money and then they say oh you have too much now so i'm gonna take you know two billion from you. I would think to myself what could two billion dollars to i mean. I used to be able to buy gum. Remember you go into a store and buy some bubble gum and you'd get the little cartoon inside the gum and everything you get. The little comic strip used to be less than two billion dollars used to be less than two billion dollars. Now what can i do with two billion dollars is like you know it's like a dollar you have two hundred dollars you lose a dollar two dollars. Okay big deal. That's the way things about billion early does and he gets to do that. Every year level happen is in gates and all these other guys will move out of the state. Because they'll say you know what we were. We just needed warmer weather. We agree with the wealth tax. We think it's the right thing to do. We do we no longer. You know what they're so. It's so rainy rainy there. Oh my gosh if you rain but if you're there and it's raining take comfort in the fact that just living there for two years will cost you four billion dollars. I mean who doesn't say yes to that. I don't know it's a it's a deal. I don't know how you could turn it down. No and you know what happens of course when you have the elizabeth warren of the world who want to do this. Because they'll make this point the same point that i'm making which is as soon as you implement this tax people will leave the states. Why you need to do it fats relating to do it federally when i say. Hey they're just going to move out of the country that's why we need to punish them for leaving the country and take their money before they leave. Well they've already done that. They've already passed that law. You ain't getting out with. You're not leaving this country. Remember when i said that what fifteen years ago. I found that little article in the wall street journal and it was about. I don't remember charlie rangel or somebody that was passing. I looked at you. And i said what do they know that. We don't know there now. Penalizing you for the very first time if you want to move away from america and take your money with you. That's why and i can't recommend this highly enough. If you happen to have two billion dollars put it all in does coin now and then if you don't have eight billion dollars into those coins moron. Yeah how do you not have eight billion dollars in dumas invested eight billion dollars in dose coin. When it was only a penny now you have sixty four billion dollars coin. Think of that. Which i think if you started selling your sixty four billion doj coin the doj coin price might drop time selling it. Yeah perhaps so. That's why you ha- whenever you have does coined you just hang onto it forever until it turns into the world's only currency what six months away in six months everyone will only have does coin. And then you'll come back to the show and you'll say wow i've listened to stu wha when he was saying does coin at eight cents. You know what i think the. Us dollar is going to be a lot like doj going. Each one eight cents. Yeah if you don't have a dollar in eight cents Right now urine. Urine idiot by the way the co founder and ceo of Taint him Has Said the state of washington might lose its competitiveness if it raises taxi on taxes on the wealthy. Oh what a hater idiot. Astor her more. Hello glenn beck.

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WEEKEND EDITION- FDA Recommends Moderna Approval for Coronavirus Vaccine, Attorney General Bill Barr Resigns, What Scientists Know About COVID-19 a Year Into the Pandemic

The Daily Dive

24:03 min | 6 months ago

WEEKEND EDITION- FDA Recommends Moderna Approval for Coronavirus Vaccine, Attorney General Bill Barr Resigns, What Scientists Know About COVID-19 a Year Into the Pandemic

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Big news on the vaccine front as we're on track to get shipments maderna's vaccine out very soon on tuesday. The fda confirmed that maderna's to does vaccine is safe and effective on the first week of the roll. Out of the moderna vaccine were expected to ship out. Six million doses. The government also bought another one hundred million doses from indiana for a total of two hundred million at a cost of three point. Two billion for more and all the good vaccine news. We'll speak to sarah overall health care reporter at politico. This is basically for last week. So the size of asking was authorized by fda last week on very similar data which is why we are pretty confident about each doctor for this modano one. We expect that after a expert advisory panel meets on thursday. The fda could be authorizing it as soon as friday morning as it did with visor and then we will have a cdc panel meeting over the weekend to talk about recommendations for who this goes to first but because they are really similar vaccines they have a very similar technology. Called messenger rna. They also have almost identical effective rate. We can expect some of those same things. There are some important distinctions for the moderna. I want especially with certain populations that they have different. Data for for instance. It shows that it's more effective than younger people than it is and people over the age of sixty five. That could be a really important distinction as we voted doses out and find out that maybe the pfizer one is more ideal for nursing homes and the montana one might be more ideal for people who work in high exposure areas but aren't necessarily as oldest somebody who's any more vulnerable situations so these are the things we're gonna find out over the next few days but you're right we could. As of next week have millions more is to be shipping out across the country the initial round of doses are obviously limited. How many doses are we going to be able to see. Go out in the first push. So they're actually really more of the canada's out in the first person there were of the size or ones government officials have said that nearly six million will be put out in two more than three thousand sites next week if we do have this authorized which we are expected to. That's in comparison to two point nine million doses from tyzzer that going out as we speak and two point nine million companies that have been held back for a second dose so between the two of them. Each has promised. Twenty million doses. A piece this month which is forty million total but they all are to does regiments. You can think of this as twenty million very high. Need people getting this month. There was some criticism with the government's action on the vaccine for not buying that extension or extra doses. But on this case with the moderna vaccine the us did exercise their right to buy one hundred million additional doses of moderna vaccine. Tell us a little bit about that and the cost associated with it because this one is a little more closely tied to operation warp speed. The government gave him during a more money to develop this whole thing exactly and so they had options with both of those pharmaceutical companies to buy one hundred million doses originally but the option to buy hundreds of millions more with each of them to criticism lately has been that they did not exercise that option when they could have with visor so they had an option to buy up to five hundred million doses from them and according to pfizer. They offer that to be got multiple times and government. Didn't take them up on that and so they moved on. They have signed multiple different agreements with other countries in the world. I mean think about the entire world wants these highly effective vaccine to kind of to them that loss or to shore up our supplies here in the united states. The united states announced late last week they would die. A hundred million more of the moderna vaccine and that brings the total cost montana to three point. Two billion dollars which is eye popping. But when you think about how much this company which has never actually mass produced a vaccine or product ever before moderna. This is going to be there. I authorized product. This is a huge undertaking. That's why there's so much money going towards this. So you can think about this as the us trying to shore up its supplies in this arena but it also has multiple other agreements there with six manufacturers total to get if everything goes right nine hundred billion doses might seem like a lot like way too much for the us but we don't know how many of those are going to work even just last week. They never vaccine from synovium. Glaxosmithkline is going to be delayed until the end of two thousand twenty one because they didn't get really good results so this is why the us government is betting so big. Yeah in the modern vaccine for its part is easier to ship and store than the pfizer. One is so maybe this vaccine will make it into rural areas a little more easily. So there's benefits and pros and cons to each one kind of on their so. At least a good thing that they bought a bunch of those extra orders and last thing i wanted to ask real quick was just about how the modern vaccine protects. There's been things made it a can Reduce severe effects of coronavirus. They're hoping obviously that it'll reduce transmission rates but that's what the focus was of their study as well and just how effective this would be so. That was something we learned in the food and drug administration's briefing documents. Tuesday morning was that not only. Is this affective broadly whether the suggestion that after the first post in my feet and have curbed infections and you might think that's pretty obvious. That's what vaccine is supposed to do. But we don't actually know yet. How effective vaccines would be preventing transmission. Which is kind of the ultimate goal. We don't want people to have to get sick in the first place. This indicates that the vaccine might be able to do that and then like you said with severe cova illness. There are really promising results. From the moderna vaccine. There were thirty severe illnesses. And you put cba arm and none in the vaccine arm. That's great news so we actually have between us and visor to really promising candidates. I out of the gate. We kind of couldn't expect for better to be honest. Now you know. It's the challenge of getting this out to people getting it to the people who need it most right away and meeting demand that we know. We're going to have in the united states an author in the world's sarah overall health care reporter at politico vicki barker for joining us. Thank you for having me supposed to political news this week. As attorney general bill barr has called it quits. He put in his resignation and will leave shortly before christmas about a month before the biden administration will take over. The relationship between bill barr and president. Trump has sowed in the last few months especially after bar said. There was no widespread election fraud for more on bill bars last days. What is legacy is in. The department of justice will speak to devlin barrett national security reporter at the washington post. We're told by folks on both sides of the conversation that he did resign and it was a his choice. Not anyone else's we continue to do reporting and ask questions but both sides say fairly emphatically that it was an amicable parting. That you know. Whatever the president's complaints have been in recent weeks and months. That was not what drove this particular decision on this particular day. And that's all we have to go on really though those kind of disagreements between the president and bill barr. Bill barr kind of made the splash on the stage. Right after robert muller presented his report and that was kind of the first big exposure that a lot of people had to bill barr at least in the trump administration and from then on you know bill barr had been kind of accused of doing the president's bidding on a lot of things. He was a very big supporter of him. But even still when it came down to things looking into the russia. Probe the durham report and even backing him on the election. The election was stolen. Those are big splits between the attorney general and and donald trump. And you know a lot of the president's complaints have been about things that bar essentially would not do for him during the campaign meaning Announced investigations or say that he had found significant voter fraud. Those are obviously very important things in the president's mind that bar friend but it's it's an amazing arc. If you think about that relationship bar was for most of the two years he's been the attorney general the presence most effective and most outspoken cabinet member. And you could really see a falling off in a relationship and the last month or so really primarily because of the election. What is this safe for. The legacy of bill barr as attorney. General i mean it's just a weird situation i get it. The administration is going to be ending pretty soon. But you can't hold out one month. I don't know just kind of keeps playing in my head like what made it so urgent that you just had to get out right now. It's a great question. And i think part of what the curiosity is inside the justice department and even former justice department officials is. What's going to happen at the justice department. In the next month are they're going to be a large number of pardons or parts of controversial cases like for example the russia investigation cases or other cases that would displease her anger people at the justice department. You know there's been folks advocating for a pardon for julian assange of wikileaks advocating for a part of edward snowden the former essay contractor and i think one of the big questions that remains to be answered is do we end up seeing the types of pardons that bill barr. We'll be glad he wasn't there to have to deal with or answer questions about because that's pardons are obviously completely the presence prerogative but we just don't know and that's i think one of the big unanswered questions as we head into sort of his last month of the trump administration. How was bill barr received by his colleagues and his subordinates. In the justice department minor standing in some of the things. I read in your article. Even his morale was down at the department of justice for some time to people felt like they weren't being heard things like that. I think bar especially toward the end of his time had a very strained relationship with a lot of the folks at the justice department. Not as inner circle obviously but the rank and file the career prosecutors. He gave a speech in september. Which is still pretty jarring when you read it just talking about how. Career officials or themselves often acting politically and with poor motives are wrong motives. And i just never seen a the leader of an agency publicly attack the employees of that agency. While he was still here she was still running that agency. That's just an incredibly strange thing to do. And the relationship between bar and a lot of justice department employees was very strange. Some of them wrote letters during the election campaign. public letters to newspapers. Denouncing bill barr which is pretty much unheard of. It's been a tough time for morale. I'd say at the department for the last year or so and i think there's a fair bit of relief among current and former officials that he's leaving even a little bit early one of the big riffs between bill barr and president trump was that he didn't announce that there was any investigation into hunter biden. Joe biden's son for failing to report income in china things with brees. There's a lot of stuff going on there. What does this mean for the incoming head of the department of justice said joe. Biden's pick for attorney. General how does all this kind of impact and kind of flow into that will. It's been a really interesting process to watch. The biden transition folks seemingly struggle to pick an attorney general candidate. You know the attorney. General is a big enough job that it's usually picked earlier in this process and all our reporting is that they are still working on it as they've been working on it for weeks now and i think whoever the next attorney general is going to have won a very tough confirmation fight because i think both parties understand the importance of that job and how the ability of whoever the attorney journalist who steer or stop investigations can be so key in washington and in government and who wants their confirmed. They're gonna have a huge task ahead of them. In terms of improving morale restoring some confidence in the public's perception of the justice department and sort of ending some of these battles that have been raging both in and around the justice department for the last four years devlin barrett national security reporter at the washington. Post thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me oscar in this special episode of down now available on iheartradio or wherever. You get your podcast. Janet kramer gets together. Virtually with her celebrity friends they talk about their upcoming holiday plans. Their kids and ways. They've been surviving quarantine. Speaking of christmas. I feel like things are already starting to get so messy around the house already wrapping paper and presents and hiding stuff and and the cooking everybody starting right. So it says bingo. We've got that clark staff to help clean up because that's been a game changer. This episode of wind down as presented by clorox disinfecting mopping clause which killed ninety nine point nine percent of germs including covid nineteen virus. There easy and safety us on multiple floor types which means you and your family don't have to worry about those pesky germs when used as directed on hard nonporous surfaces kill sars cov to covid nineteen virus. You finally decided to learn how to ice skate. So you order the essentials. Every ice skater needs a pair of blades. 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And then we work with you to create a personalized investment strategy tailored just for you never grabbing a cookie cutter solution off the shelf for over one hundred years. Edward jones has been helping clients find opportunity in good markets and bad. Also you can get back to drafting dreams and building your future edward jones. It's time for investing to individual visit. Edward jones dot com slash support lately. It's been hard to think about the future. Especially when there's so much going on in the present but thinking about the future is human nature and helping you achieve a better future is what we strive to do at. Edward jones our nineteen thousand financial advisers. Connect with you in a way. That's right for you whether online by phone or in person as we gradually reopen our offices we worked to provide you with the individualized answers and attention you need. We listened to understand the things that are important to you. And then we work with you to create a personalized investment strategy tailored just for you never grabbing a cookie cutter solution off the shelf for over one hundred years. Edward jones has been helping clients find opportunity in good markets and bad. Also you can get back to drafting dreams and building your future edward jones. It's time for investing to build individual visit. Edward jones dot com slash support was supposed to novel. Coronavirus has been with us for about a year. Now we have vaccines rolling out and know a lot about the virus that has wreaked havoc on the world who we still have many questions. It's a virus of contrast it's dangerous enough to send some people to the hospital and kill over one point six million people worldwide mild enough for many to recover quickly or be symptomatic or more on what we know about current ivars one year in will speak to andrew joseph reporter at that news. Experts have talked about how it's hard to communicate to the public about a virus that you know one in five people who get it will show no symptoms at all whereas like the same portion of people will get severely sick and needs to be hospitalized. In a portion of them will die. It does show the huge array of both severity of disease. And also what that disease look like we typically think of this as a respiratory infection which it is but there's also evidence that it can damage people's hearts there Get into their gi track. And can you know. There's neurological and psychiatric defects as well and some people. So it's not just one thing and i think that's been one of the challenges about trying to sort of help people understand what's going on. Yeah that's one of the important distinctions there that it's not just the disease because it does get all over the body in some cases and as we mentioned there's a lot of inflammation in the body that happens as a result of what's going on and this is what makes people to have the underlying health conditions. He's co morbidity he's this is what makes them more susceptible to that so that's one of the big major things about people probably know by now that like age is a big risk factor. The older you are the more likely you are to get severe illness. And as you mentioned underlying health conditions and basically what that does is it means your immune system can't sort of mount as quick response and sort of all that makes it more likely that you're immune system it's going to get into this dangerous overdrive because it has these initial thoughts sort of what it tries to do is overcompensate for those initial fall so that's kind of when people can get severely sick one of the things that you mentioned just a little bit of goto was this whole notion about the infectious period and being a symptomatic. That's one of the things that this virus has had kind of in. Its back pocket really. That's helped it spread so much this whole point of being a symptomatic and still being able to spread it as been a real problem for everybody. People probably remember. Other corona viruses have kind of crossover from animals into people in the past couple of decades the original sars virus and something called mergers and those are more serious diseases. They cause more serious diseases than this virus but the people are only infectious once they start showing symptoms until it's just much easier to control of virus when you kind of have that sign of who might have it with this virus which is sort of scientifically known as sars cov two and it causes a disease called covid nineteen yeah people can spread it either symptoms or if they do show symptoms like in the days before symptoms appear in so. That's just a huge advantage. The virus which is trying to go around in by new south to infect because people can kind of just be going about their lives not feel sick at all not feel like they need to stay in bed and spreading the buyers and that sort of one of the reasons why. There's been such a urgency for people even people who think they're okay to wear masks because there's a lot of people spreading the virus out there who don't realize they have it and so that's why it's recommended that everyone wear masks sort of public or when they're around people who aren't part of their households would we know about how this virus has changed over time because all viruses mutate from person to person and all that we've heard a couple recent headlines about her new strain showing up in the uk. But we've heard that before too strange coming out of china and europe a so. What do we know about how this has changed over time so irises change as you said corona viruses. Don't as quickly as something like flu for example but they do change yeah. There have been various reports about different. Various emerging and a lot of that is just like a little unclear. About what a. What does that mean. Just because it's still so new because you can't really tell what the impact of each variant might be. There is one area that was caused by mutation pretty early on in the virus and it's pretty widely accepted now it has helped the virus spread a little bit more efficiently than the original virus emerge. It was just a single mutation that did that and that happened. In china back. In the spring and that virus kind of became the dominant strain around the world went from china to europe to the united states. And so it's not that this variant is uncontrollable at the other one was spreading. Well it's just gave it a little bit of a boost. And i guess importantly to say it doesn't seem to have had an impact on how sick it makes people in so i guess the thing about is yes. Sure it could change how infections the virus becomes. It could change. How dangerous the virus becomes. The main thing people are watching with mutations is to make sure the virus doesn't change so much that vaccines that are coming to the public. Now lose their effectiveness into. That's a theoretically hostility and scientists are watching out for that but they don't think it's like going to be something like flu where they need to craft their vaccines every year. It doesn't change quite as rapidly as that. This is a novel coronavirus. We've been learning about this thing. Almost in real time of as we've been going through the pandemic. What are some of the big questions that are still left. I know we're still wondering how long immunity might last for somebody or how long. Antibodies stick around for people that have had it. What are some of the big questions. We have left about this virus. You know there's a lot of wonky scientific things. Pino scientists trying to figure out about structure and about exactly what happens when Virus infects the two questions that i think about is that it's sort of getting a better understanding of who is at risk for more severe covid. You know we know these risk factors but still even if you have risk factors most likely going to be okay so it's trying to sort of get into a little bit more nitty gritty detail about who is really most at risk. And why when. That's probably a multifaceted explanation. Which is why they people have heard that out. And then yeah as you mentioned the protection how long the protection laugh and you know. It's not going to be one answer. People will have different responses. And that's both to getting infected by the virus itself or to the vaccines so there's not going to be a clear answer but i think scientists will wanna know generally how long immune protection last weather from the infection or from the vaccines and not. Just you know that just takes time. They need to study people. You know in their immune responses over time they answer right. I mean it's been quite the roller coaster with this virus. Shutting down the world at one point you know we've learned a lot more questions and it's going to be one of the things. We're going to look at for many many years to come andrew joseph report at that news. Thank you very much for joining us. Thankful mush don't forget to join us on social media at feed ipod on twitter and daily podcast on facebook. Leave us a comment. if it's a rating and tell us the stories that are interested in follow us on iheartradio or subscribe wherever you get your podcast. I'm oscar ramirez. And this is the daily dive weekend edition. We're all shopping for essentials online these days. And now you can get rewarded for it with the bank of america cash rewards credit card. You can choose to earn three percent. Cashback on online shopping essentials. 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CAFE Insider 11/10: State of Denial

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01:24 min | 8 months ago

CAFE Insider 11/10: State of Denial

"Hey folks on saturday. Joe biden was projected by every major media outlet in the country to be the forty six president of the united states comma harris became the first female and the first black and asian american to be projected to be the vice president of the united states. It was a historic election for the record voter turnout. President trump has vowed to contest the results and his team has already filed lawsuits in key battleground states then on monday trump fired defense secretary mark asper and is reportedly considering terminating top law enforcement and national security officials and on monday evening. We learned that attorney general. Bill barr has told federal prosecutors that they are allowed to investigate quote specific allegations and quote a voter fraud before the election results are certified. The direction is in contravention of a longstanding doj policy and it prompted the career prosecutor overseeing voter fraud investigations at the department to resigned from his post in protest and milliman. I discuss all that and more on. This week's episode cafe insider this week given the public concerns about our democracy. We are taking down the paywall for this episode. If you'd like to listen for free head to cafe dot com slash pre and sign up to receive an email with a link to the episode. That's cafe dot com slash prepaid. And if you already receive emails from cafe then check your inbox. It should be there or arrived shortly.

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Ep. 1162 - A Covid Bill Crap Sandwich

The Ben Shapiro Show

53:43 min | 6 months ago

Ep. 1162 - A Covid Bill Crap Sandwich

"A massive covid relief. Bill includes billions in wasted nonsense attorney. General bill barr. Says he's not going to appoint an election fraud special counsel anthony. Fauci says we should keep everything shut down but also keep importing people from the uk by the possible new by restrain. I'm ben shapiro. This is the ben shapiro. Show show is sponsored by expressive. Vpn stop putting your online data at risk. Stop that get protected at express. Vpn dot com slash. Ben we'll get to all the news of the day in just one moment. I let us remind you you're spending way too much money on your cell phone bill. You could be getting exactly the same sort of covered for probably half the price with pure talk. Usa you can be saving over eight hundred dollars a year just by switching to pure talk usa from verizon. At and t. t. Mobile think about it. What could your family do with an extra eight hundred bucks. You don't even have to sacrifice coverages. I say talk has the same coverage. 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Wireless check him out right now again. Grab them over phone pounds. Who fifty say ben shapiro. Okay so last night. The congress passed overwhelmingly a one trillion dollar covid. Relief package actually passed by in the senate a ninety two six vote the six republicans who voted against that should give you an idea of exactly. What's wrong with bill marsha blackburn rick's got a florida ron johnson wisconsin mike lee of utah rand paul of kentucky and ted cruz of texas. Which is to say. The most conservative members of the senate voted against the bill mainly because the bill is as all giant bills are a crap sandwich and naturally the media. Celebrate the crap sandwich so first of all a couple of things are worthy of note. A lot of the stuff that you're hearing about what the bill is for. And how doesn't provide enough relief to people. It's not actually true. Okay so you're hearing right now. For example that people only got six hundred dollars in relief. That is not correct. Okay stimulus checks ernie. Today she was a former. Us treasury economists is good threat on twitter pointing out. That people are just getting this wrong. They're saying oh well you know it's only six hundred dollars relief that's all we get after all these okay first of all before. We even get to the problem with that argument. Let us points out that. There is a solid case to be made that the federal government should not even be providing relief at this point considering how widely disparate various states are in their lockdown regimen at the beginning when everybody was locked down when the federal government was encouraging all states to shut down. There's a good case to be made that maybe the federal government needed to bail everybody out. We are now nine months into this thing. Florida is wide open. Okay places like north dakota are wide. Open there lots of places that have said you can still do visit north dakota right now still has an unemployment rate of. I believe well under four percent. Meanwhile places like new york have like a fifteen percent unemployment rate because they shut down and they never started not shutting down. The same thing happened in california. So having north dakota bailout california and new york based on their different shutdown regimens make a hell of a lot of sense. The counter argument would be that the federal government is still encouraging place by place shutdowns that this is based mostly on data which accounted as opposed to politics. But there's a solid case to be made that really if california wants to increase unemployment benefits and take out more debt in order to do that. You go ahead and do that. New york should do the same. And that's new york and california problem. That is not really like a kansas problem. Okay but putting that complaint decide which. I think there's some truth to that and also putting aside the fact that what you actually want to do is encourage people to get back to work if they are young and they're healthy and it has been insipid from the very start to suggest that the world should be the same for sixty five year old person with diabetes as they are twenty one year old fresh out of college putting all of those policies aside and talking about just what is in the relief bill and with the understanding that there are a ton of people out of work we should not be out of work and do need the relief at least in this moment and this is sort of emergency spending a lot of the lies that are being told about this. Bill are in fact lies so for example again. People suggesting there's only six hundred dollars in covid relief in this bill. That is not correct or needs to that. She says stimulus checks are only around one fifth of the total bill. Unemployment insurance in america typically pays around fifty percents of pre layoff wages though it does vary state by state with this extra three hundred bucks. A week they'll be about eighty five percent. There's unemployment insurance in the bill as well k. So you're mostly being filled in via your state unemployment as well as now the federal unemployment. If you're unemployed you get an extra thirteen hundred dollars per month through mid march if you're a gig worker or you've been out of work since early. Two thousand twenty. That's on top of having your your unemployment insurance benefits extended. The bill includes another three hundred billion dollars in in paycheck protection program. Loans the pc loans which are essentially payroll support for small business right in order for those loans to be forgiven. You have to just pass that money right through employees even if your business is not currently open. I've actually thought that was a bad idea from the start because you're basically using these various businesses as paths through for direct aid instead of just signing people checks. You're now telling a business that they have to keep on paying all the expenses of employees who when the economy recovers may not be coming back at all. But that isn't the bill if a business wants all of these loans fully forgiven. They essentially have to maintain their employment and wages which is effectively the equivalent one hundred percent payroll support. So if you work at one of these places and you're getting money through pea and you're also getting a track then you're in many cases making more than you were when you were actually working at these places. According to earning takeshi he points out the problem with the us response. Rigidly was not its initial generosity. We actually did a hell of a lot more than just twelve hundred dollar checks back in march and this is a very twitter. Talking point. is the idea that over the course of the year. You only got eighteen hundred dollars from the government since march that is not true in any way shape or form unemployment insurance has been going for literally tens of millions of people in the united states since the beginning of the pandemic he points out we probably more than any other advanced economy besides candida even adjusting for the pre existing safety net. The problem instead is that the us lean heavily on that unemployment insurance system to deliver a and that it was inconsistent was cranky. Some people didn't get the checks when they need to write that as a problem with the general government aid system. That is not a problem with what congress did okay so this was an awful lot of aid rhyming. There is a lot of money in this particular bill and so people are complaining that there was not very much money in the particular. Bill are just wrong about the senator. John kennedy from louisiana points out correctly. Says you know you guys are complaining. There wasn't enough money. We're spending a trillion dollars for goodness sake. And we spent like seven trillion dollars earlier this year. Here's kennedy on on fox news. Is this real help or is this just optics for senators in washington to make it look like they're bringing real help to the american people which is it. Oh is real help. It's a trillion dollars. For god's sakes What is that one thousand million dollars and There is no money fairy. We we don't have this money. We don't have five percent of its andrew. This real hell will be enough. I think it will be but we're just going to have to wait and see okay. So there are a couple of other things that were passed at the same time. The continuing resolution to fund the government was passed at the same time. There are also some defense bills that were passed at the same time as this giant bill. Basically in a last-minute look of legislation congress pass through thousands of pages of legislation which is really the bigger issue with this particular with this particular passage or their problems with the bill for sure. I'm going to go through all of them. The bigger problem is that their problems now with every bill because the only way legislation gets done is really gets done through congress that is generally constipated until there's a blowout that's basically the way it works. You reach a deadline and then congress. We're out like a five thousand page bill when everybody is forced to vote on it within about thirty seconds. So they do nothing for six months and then just they've spastic. Colon outcomes a giant horrible that is filled with some good things. But a lot of crap. And then you're supposed to be like oh well. I'm so glad that congress is here to save all of us one. When by the way quick notion when i say that they passed a bunch of bills including the continuing resolution to fund the government as well as this giant trillion dollar relief package. They also passed this defense bill fence. Bill is the one that actually includes the foreign aid for israel. You're seeing on twitter. This trending idea that five hundred million dollars in aid were contained in the covid relief. Bill that is not true. Congress suite of bills including covid relief and the bill funding defense department for twenty twenty one which also includes foreign aid is. Yeah you're rosenberg. tablet magazine. points out doesn't matter lot of the lot of the people aren't super friendly to israel on twitter. Started passing that around naturally at trended on twitter last night it is worth debunking that notion thoroughly. We'll get to more of the bunking in just a second. We'll talk about what is in here. 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The bill does in fact contain some help for those facing economic struggles in addition to providing a second round of direct stimulus checks individual taxpayers. This time six hundred bucks. The bill extends federal supplemental unemployment benefits right. That is the really big jack. It's not the six hundred dollar check. It is the extension of federal supplemental unemployment benefits the jobless as well as gig employees experiencing a slowdown in business can now get an extra three hundred bucks per week through march through mid march. So if you are on unemployment insurance you're really talking me like an eighteen hundred dollar check every month. You're not telling two hundred dollars at eighteen hundred dollars and that is on top of whatever state aid you're getting as well. The crossovers relief package expands paycheck protection as well opening up two hundred forty eight billion dollars in funding loans to struggling businesses even as evidence emerges that millions from the first round of ppp loans went to connected corporations. This is of course. The great risk of all of these bills is turned into cronyism and they are packed. Jam packed with a bunch of crap. That doesn't mean anything this time around the covid. Nineteen bill contains a special grounds for specific industries. Twenty billion dollars for businesses and low income communities. Fifteen billion dollars for struggling live venues movie theaters and museums. I'm not sure. It is worthwhile bailing on movie theaters to be perfectly frank with you and this comes as from somebody who loves movie theaters. I love movie theaters. My wife and i used to go on lots of dates to movie theaters before the covid shutdown happened. I love seeing movies in the theater. I think it's a great tragedy that this may be a communal experience. That goes away the dodo bird. But i don't know why we're spending fifteen billion dollars to that movie theaters not given the fact that you've got places like hbo that have already explained that they are going to simultaneously released in theaters and at home. Which means that people are. Just not gonna go to theaters. I think that movie theaters are going to be the last thing to come back and it's going to become more of a specialty thing. I don't think you're gonna see movie theaters on every corner of the way the east there are a number of businesses. According to emily some of which haven't gone over well on social media the relief bill includes two year tax break for business. Meals is a priority for president trump. Apparently enrolls over variety of temporary tax breaks known as extenders some for multiple years. The business meal deduction has been labelled the three martini. Lunch deduction a very few people. Aside from key democrat. Legislators in major cities are having many dinan luncheons. As emily and eight suggests the bill also helps runners. There's a twenty five billion dollar assistance program and a continue to fiction moratorium under the covid nineteen relief deal. Thirteen billion dollars. We'll go to food benefits. Fifteen billion dollars to program for direct payments to farmers to assist in keeping american food production. Afloat well. I wasn't aware that we have like a problem. And keeping american food production afloat considering that demand is still kind of the same in the american food. Markets is just going through different channels. Just not going to restaurants. They're big handouts in the bill airlines. Fifteen billion dollars again. I'm not sure that that is worthwhile. I'm not sure taxpayer. Should be paying out airlines who've experienced this shock and setback. You don't want them going bankrupt. You want them still existing obviously but it seems to be that airlines. It's gonna be a while before people are traveling in quite the way that they used to People are not going to travel casually quite as easily for probably a couple of years particularly for early. Airports are going to get two billion dollars. Amtrak is gonna billion dollars. So i guess they'll leaves joe biden and pete buttigieg particularly happy. Very romantic amtrak. Higher education is going to eighty two billion dollars. Higher education should receive at the okay should not receive eighty two billion dollars. Higher education is wildly overpriced has been pushed up in the marketplace by federal loans. In the first place there's good case to be made that huge swaths of higher education it should be left on the cutting room floor including many of the what we call north. Campus majors at ucla. Liberal arts majors should be left on the cutting room floor. I do not know why we are dumping out. Eighty two billion dollars to higher education particularly at a time. When you're looking at places like harvard that have billion dollar endowments than ex no sense to me. The us postal service also wins big. Congress used the built. Forget a ten billion dollar loan to the us. Postal service alone. They gave to the service in an earlier coronavirus relief. Bill you us. Ps has no hope of ever paying back states will get twenty billion dollars to help purchase vaccines distribute them. They also get twenty billion to help. Expand covid nineteen testing. They don't get a bailout for the economic damage. They've incurred during the extended. Virus lockdown democrats pushed for that republicans said no on the other hand. Republicans were pushing for a limit liability for corporations based on colbert right. If they said you need to come to work if you're not sick and then people came to work. And they were sick. People were going to sue these corporations. Apparently they still can theoretically. They're further expenditures. That are now coming to light. Apparently the final draft of the bill contains number of handouts for congress including a provision paying for the additional pandemic expenditures incurred by the congressional daycare center. Ooh sounds great. And five million bucks to protect members from the coronavirus expanding testing and increasing the budget of the congressional physician. Also the washington. Dc government got thirty eight million dollars in reimbursements for its work controlling protests and providing security. I just why did they do a good job with that. did i. Miss the part. Where the washington dc government had a fantastic job controlling protests in providing security. Were literally running through downtown washington dc. Just breaking store windows that that seems like a waste of money as well. 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Nancy pelosi was considered the master negotiator throughout this entire process. She turned down a deal. That was literally twice. This is just a couple of months ago before the election. See mnuchin went to her. And he's like. I will give you one point eight trillion dollars and she was like now. There's an action and now she's out there championing the bill because she's actually terrible at her job mean truly awful at her job which is probably why only a bare majority of democratic actually want to see her continuous speaker of the house. Here she was saying six hundred dollars in relief is significant so she's trying to To gloss over the fact that she completely blew this negotiation we also have in the legislation direct payments which are not in the republican bill to america's working families. I would like them in bigger but they are significant and they will be going out soon by the way she was asked directly about media this morning why she just go along with mnuchin one point eight trillion dollar bill and she couldn't give a good answer. We all know the answer. She's trying to hold covid relief until after the election. We all know why this bill got on now. The reasonable got done now is because democrats believed from election night on that they could. Now pass the covid relief bill without doing any damage to joe biden or helping donald trump. They're afraid of passing the covid relief bill before the election because it might alleviate people's financial fears and lead to more votes for donald trump. So instead they held up the that you needed for political purposes. This is perfectly obvious. Steve mnuchin for his part that treasury secretary. He says the six hundred dollar payments are going to arrive after christmas. As you know. We've been working on for months Additional money for those parts of the economy and we couldn't be more pleased that we got this done in time for the end of the year. the president wanted direct payments. So we will be sending out next week direct deposit. i expect. We'll get the money out by the beginning of next week. Twenty four hundred dollars for a family of four so much needed relief it just in time for the holidays. Okay so that is getting done now. There's a bunch of crap in here right and for the only time this is. This is where you have the online game. The worst person you know just made an excellent point heartbreaking or the alexandria ocasio. Cortez actually tweeted something. Correct i know that shocking. To yesterday she tweeted out. This is why congress needs time to actually read this package before voting on it. Members of congress have not read this bill. It's over five. Thousand pages arrived at two pm today. We are told to expect vote on it in two hours. This isn't governance. it's hostage-taking she happens to be exactly. Correct this okay. This is right. You know who agrees with this. By the she continued. Continue said by the way. It's not just members who need to see the bill ahead of time you do. The public needs to these bills with enough time to contact the representative. Let they feel members are reeling right now because they don't have time to consult with their communities she again. This is right. this is correct. You know who agrees with this. Probably the most of the most conservative members of the united states senator mike of the united states senate mike lee from utah. He tweeted out. This is the spending bill under consideration in congress. Today i received it just moments ago and will likely be vote on it late. Tonight is five thousand five hundred ninety three pages long. I know there's some good things in it equally confident that are bad things in it. Here's the released had thing we're being told there will be no opportunity to amend or improve it as a result nearly every member of congress house and senate democrat or republican of been excluded from the process of developing this bill which will cost american taxpayers trillions of dollars this process by which members of congress are asking for blindly legislation negotiated entirely in secret by four of their colleagues. Must come to an end. It won't come to an end until no longer works. Those empowered by it that can happen but only when most members of both houses in both political parties stopped voting for bills. They haven't read and by design cannot read until after it's too late. We happens to be right also. This is not going to change. It's not this is the way governance is done now and the reason the governance is done this way. Now a couple of reasons for this so the more cynical have suggested and one of the reasons that you end up with these giant omnibus packages. That nobody ever reads is because we got rid of what are called earmarks. Earmarks were the atrocious congressional behavior whereby a bill would basically be put forward and then a bunch of members would say okay. You know what. I'm not voting for that bill. Unless you give me a little. Give wife my district right. The robert byrd memorial bridge in west virginia radio. You would get this. How you get highways named after senators. Right as the senator would say. I'm not going to pass this defense authorization act unless we put in this hundred thousand dollar grant from a local post office my name on it okay. That was not great right. Who's a bad practice. The the problem is you get rid of that practice and what you end up with. Is those earmarks back in the bill but not as earmarks there were they used to be done as amendments and the nice thing about doing it as amendments is that it would then be exposed to the light of day is that you'd have people offer an amendment saying i want my hundred thousand dollar post office people like that stupid. You need vote for it anyway but now it just gets done behind closed doors now. It's like they rule out a six thousand page bill and it has all the same pork. It's just not exposed to the light of day in quite the same way. You're getting the same amount of poor. It's just not being done as quote unquote earmarks. And and so that you don't see how the sausage is made and one of the nice things about congress is. You're supposed to see how the sausage is made. It also happens to be the case that it's long-standing congressional practice to now wrap everything up into a giant boston that nobody is answerable for any specific piece of legislation and people have asked me what constitutional amendment would i favor. I'm generally not in favor of giant wide-scale changes to the constitution one constitutional amendment that i would favor is that every bill has to be five pages and it has to be has to come with the cottesloe implant language right. There actually has to be some sort of explanation. What exactly is going on. You cannot have fifty six hundred page bills were nobody knows what's in it. Because it creates a perverse incentive on both sides so here's the perverse incentive number one perverse incentive number. One is if you don't vote for this relief package then you're labeled as twitter is currently doing somebody awful. It is why. Afc that you can tell the difference between those who are principal than those who are not on this particular issue aoc said. I don't like that. They presented this bill to me two hours before the vote. She then voted for the bill. Mike lee said. I don't like how they presented this bill to me and then he voted against the bill. So on the one hand what you get it. And i understand both positions on that by the way i do like i can't believe turning into a bit of an afc defender here but it. It actually is kind of true. The fact is if you don't vote for the bill and bill quote unquote does good things. They then use this in your future election as a way to browbeat you. So unless you're in a deep blue district or a deep red state you have to vote for stuff that you think is going to overall be a good deal so all the every sandwiches a crap sandwich every single sandwich there has never been and will never be again just a plain bill. It's not going to exist instead. You're just going to get these crap sandwich. Cram downs by leaders in the senate and house and everybody's either going to have to vote up or they're gonna have to vote down on and you can see why there's a long political history in the united states of people saying you know what i i think. There's more crap than sandwiches particular home to vote against it and then being ripped for voting against the bill the most obvious example being berry goldwater in nineteen sixty four. He voted against the civil rights. Act and then he was ripped up and down and people suggested that who voted against the civil rights act because he was racist. Barry goldwater is not a racist. Barry goldwater was was very much anti-racism burgo objected to the titles of the civil rights act that specifically applied to private accommodations and private businesses and he said overall. I have to vote against the bill. Don't like this provision instead people. Oh well that means. He doesn't like civil rights. 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Because you don't want to be castigated for not voting for the other is to allow free riders to vote against the bill in order to uphold their purity of purpose to the rest of the senate now the way the bills normally were supposed to work and always did historically at least for the first hundred years. The country is that there will be a single issue. Bill distinguishable would come up. People would vote on single-issue bill who'd either go up or go down and now it'd be it. There is none of this. We're gonna package together. Eighty seven thousand different topics because first of all the executive branch capable of handling this stuff. The bigger the government gets the bigger. The executive branch gets the more congress is going to be incentivized to blow out the spending and until the american people stand up and say we don't like this. It's not going to happen. And here's the problem. The american people. They kind of do this okay. The reality is as much as americans complain about. Congress as much as americans bitch about how the sausage gets made. The reality is when you ask americans. Would you like to see the american government spend less they say yes and then when you ask them would you like to see them. Spend less on axs. People say no no. I like x. Every single time every single time every poll shows this. If you ever ask americans you know you want generally should. The american government be spending less and the american people. Yeah absolutely. I mean look at the taxes. Look this is crazy. We're spending four trillion dollars year on what on what they're like. Well yeah but you wanna see. The federal government spend more education. You'll yeah that sounds good. I like education. Books are good. Nobody ever actually examined where all this money goes in the end there. Few members of congress who like to point this sort of stuff out but typically sort of gets ignored and the media of course cheer on all of this stuff the new york times has this sycophantic piece today titled dinner a deal and moonshine how the stimulus came together. Top party leaders cinched a nine hundred billion dollar relief. Deal after laying down their swords but it took an empowered bipartisan group of moderate to help bridge the divide. What actually happened here is the election ended. And then joe biden told the democrats. I don't wanna come into office without a covid relief. Bill in place so please just surrender. That's basically what happened here. So in the end for republicans a better deal for republicans than it was for. Democrats goes put that out. There is a wind by mitch. Mcconnell it is negotiating win mitch. Mcconnell as much crap is in there again. I'm just being realistic. There is going to be an enormous amount of manure in every congressional bill from now until the end of time because the administrative state is too large because the size of government is too large because the american people do not demand that their representatives only pass bills that they can understand. And so this is just going to be the new normal and it's gonna be the new normal until the end of time nonetheless. This thing gets passed the democrats really. Don't get everything that they are looking for here. The senator bernie sanders. He progressive independent. According to the new york times preemptively panned the emerging framework in part because checks. Were not included. He locked arms in the centre with josh hawley of missouri. Conservative republican in the house representative pramilla jal democrat of washington. Made a similar stand should texted pelosi in early december. Threatening her group would oppose the stimulus package. If it didn't contain some form of direct payment. Senator pat toomey had other ideas with less than forty eight hours until the government was set to shut down to me stood from ones. The stimulus measure must not only and an array of programs created held businesses and municipalities during the pandemic. It must also bar the central bank from creating anything like them in the future. But republicans rallied around too. Many congressional leaders agreed they would need to extend government spending another day two times to resolve the impasse. The ultimately struck an agreement before midnight. Haggling on the floor in chuck schumer sweet. It took eighteen hours before mcconnell. Walk down to the senate floor and announced the deal. Hey but you know. Everybody goes home happy because they can spend everybody else's money and money that has not yet been created now. I've talked about some of the good stuff that is inherent in some of the stuff that that you know sort of needed to happen. But i've also talked about the fact that there's an enormous amount of money that is that is just going to sort of random crap so again. It was rafted behind closed doors fraud. Waste have not been meaningfully addresses brad. Palumbo rights at the free enterprise institute a his entire piece about this. This is the first covid nineteen stimulus. Bill the two trillion dollars cares. Act was corrupted by waste fraud and abuse the federal government's and more than a million stimulus checks to dead people and many more random european citizens the expanded unemployment system it created more to fraud alone than the entire system paid out in two thousand nineteen the paycheck protection program was swamped with potential fraud. As tens of thousands of ill ineligible companies received money and thousands more. Were overpaid none of these problems have been meaningfully addressed by congress late stimulus half report hundreds of billions of taxpayer money into fraud write programs without addressing the problem. And then there's the question as to whether any of this is going to actually be effective and the the the fact is that unfortunately yeah the the only thing that is going to solve this is getting out of walk down in the end and a paycheck protection program as i say is not really directed preserving businesses. It's more being done as a pass through but when we talk about just the pure amounts of garbage in here like there are certain things that i think should be legislated on. I just don't know why they are in a covid relief bill so for example. There's an entire section in this code relief. Bill de tailing the reincarnation of the dalai lama. then that's not a joke. The legislation has some notable section section. Three two of the bill is quote a statement of policy regarding the succession reincarnation of the dalai lama. I actually agree with the policy of the policy. Basically says that china should have no role in picking the next now. I lama and also suggests that we should set up an embassy in tibet. I kind of like all of those anti-chinese measures and chinese government measures. I'm not sure what they have to do with covid relief. Also according to reason magazine. The bill also instructs the smithsonian institution's create two new identity at museums one for women and one for latinos. The bill also takes position on the reincarnation of the dalai lama by the way. I don't know why we need a women museum and museum. i understand. We have an an a national african american history museum which was rife with critical race theory to the point where they actually released an exhibit little earlier this year. That was full of gems like the suggestion. That merit based systems and individualism and coming to work on time or white systems of privilege and power. I'm not sure why we need more racially segregated museums. I'm not sure why that's an important thing to be done. At the federal level also and attempts to normalized relations with an criminalizes illegal streaming and creates a plan for building a teddy roosevelt presidential library in kota all of which i think is vital for people who are out of a job. The bill actually needed to be brought into the chamber on wheels because again it is some six thousand pages. Long other wonders the covid relief bill lays the groundwork for a quote unquote climate security advisory council. Which is exciting stuff. It also includes ten million dollars for gender programs in pakistan. It also makes it illegal to give racehorses painkillers before training and racing which is exciting stuff it provides forty million dollars to the kennedy center. The it could tom elliott from the media has compiled with less the covid relief. Bill creates a commission tasked with educating consumers about the dangers associated with using or storing portable fuel containers for flammable liquids near an open flame min. I wasn't aware that this was a problem that required a government solution. It seems like if you don't know not to put you know like an open gas canister next to an open flame and kinda you deserve what you got a little bit. I'm not sure that in awareness program is going to be all that helpful. But i suppose you could put that in a kobe. I mean what does it have to sure. I says i know it has nothing to covid. I got nothing for you. Also the covid relief. Bill includes one point five million dollars for the appropriation committees office of diversity and inclusion as well as much money for reception so very very important stuff also the covid relief bill mandates hiring measures to ensure diversity in the intelligence community because i deeply care whether an analyst is gay bisexual transgender little person. I really when they are analyzing incoming arabic threats. I definitely need to know the identity of the person who's actually doing all of that. By the way the relief package also includes eight million dollars to support. He biden presidential transition as well so lots and lots of stuff in that covert relief bill and in the covid package. Generally the media are cheering us. They wouldn't have been sharing if it'd been passed under trump because that is the rule. We'll get to more of that in just one second. I everybody who is a good citizen should know how to protect themselves. 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He's been asleep in his basement for two years. Mean you talk about like a rip van winkle transformation basically joe biden went to sleep in two thousand eighteen president or president-elect supposedly climbing the that that's that's where things stand the man pretty much was comatose and then the electoral college elected him when he won the popular. Vote by seven million votes. And he's going to i guess. Wake up in the oval office on january twenty first and and who already been given massive credit for everyone on the media's desire to give credit to joe biden for things he has not done it is matched only by their desire to give brock about on credit for a bunch of things that he never did either. It must be wonderful to be a democrat. What did you do today random democrat. Why breeds off unbelievable breathing. A great job breathing. Joe biden's main task throughout this campaign was to basically remain alive right and we're not talking about like remain alive in the sense that he was like in the movie. Diehard remainders remain physically alive. That was his entire task during the campaign he accomplished as magnificent feet and the media walked him into election and now they're immediately attributing to him. God like powers to get done a relief bill even though he literally has nothing to do with it because he has no power. Because there's only one president at a time in the united states but according to the new york times carl holst reporting producing it was a tortuous time consuming affair. That did nothing to improve. Congress's reputation for dysfunction but the agreement on a new pandemic aid package showed the ascendance of moderates as a new force in a divided senate and validated president-elect. Joseph biden's belief it is still possible to make deals on capitol hill waiting validated. His believe you do anything. How old are you talking about. He's not even president yet. What are you what. Ha- along with struggling americans and businesses. The new president was a major beneficiary of the nine hundred billion dollar. Pandemic stimulus measure that congress haltingly but finally produced on sunday and was on track to approve late monday. Which will give him some breathing room when he enters the white house next month rather than face. An immediate entire need to act on an emergency economic package biden and his team can instead take a moment. Try to fashion more far-reaching recovery program and begins tackle other issues. I do love how every. Here's the way it works. Whenever congress passes a bill and mitch. Mcconnell is the driving force behind the bill. Mcconnell doesn't get the credit the democrats the credit and then when it turns out that this bill was wildly scaled down version from democrats. Were actually proposing the media immediately. Say well this will provide a model for democrats going forward because it's just the beginning of the ambition to know you understand. The bill went from large to smaller. And now you're saying that in the future. These bills will go from small to larger wrong. Oh that is not how this is going to go if republicans hold the senate if they win those two georgia senate senate's they will be stifling. Joe biden's agenda as well they should and yet the meteoric like oh. My god looked deal. That means that they're going to be able to pass that. Climate change legislation in media land and land of the new york times. It is always heads. Democrats win tails. Republicans lose according to the new york times. The group of moderates was essential to the outcome pushing senate and house of both parties into direct personal negotiations. Eight avoided for months. Demonstrating how crucial. They're likely to be biden again. This has nothing to do with biden and mitch mcconnell. All the way through is like only goes show implicit was like i'm eating ice cream italian. I'm glad before issues. Had senator. Susan collins the maine republican who along with senator joe manchin democrat of west virginia or leaders of a months-long effort to break the impasse over pandemic aid. Even as the virus exacted a growing economic and health toll on the country given the slender partisan divides that will exist in both the senate and house next year the approach could provide a roadmap for the biden administration if it hopes to break through congressional paralysis especially in the senate and pass additional legislation. Biden has said another economic relief. Plan will be an early priority. No no no no. Is this supposed to take us through march right so why. We don't need another economic relief lynn. We don't and republicans would do well to note this now. This was last gasp. No more and there will be no no more support from the conservative base or any more of these relief plans. We understand relief. Land is necessary right now in many ways because of covid shut down because the federal government's unwillingness to actually open up particular areas because it is a state based issue and we got that there are times in emergencies when people just need the support and this is sort of last ditch effort. Although again i would have preferred if congress simply said to the states. This is on you guys. You need to handle your own business. You're you're handling all of the rollout we're handling vaccines that's national level issue when it comes to unemployment insurance really that should be a state level issue like i wish the congress has said that they didn't and they were never going to which means that they were going to pass something here but if we get march right and we have had hundreds of millions of people who have been vaccinated and that has really started with the most vulnerable in our population. And we're still talking about covid relief. That is not correct. Okay so if the new york times thanks a republican senate is go along with that. I think they have another thing coming nonetheless. The new york times using this as a basis to push further and further and further. Mr biden on sunday applauded the willingness of lawmakers quote reach across the aisle and call the effort a model for the challenging work ahead for our nation. He was also an idol bystander in the negotiations. Yeah he kind. Of was the mr biden on december. Second threw his support behind the nine hundred billion dollar plan being pushed by the centrist group. The total was less than half the trillion dollars that pelosi and schumer had been insisting on. Yeah i i'm sure. The biden did throw support behind that group. But what difference does that make. I mean as soon as the election was over they were going to pass something. Republicans had all the leverage because republicans. Basically have nothing to lose at this point it wasn't like republicans are gonna lose the the. The presidential election is over at that point. I love the new york times. But biden's brave guys. Mr biden's move was not without risks if it had failed to affect the discussions. The president-elect rhys looking powerless to move congress before he had taken the oath of office but members of both parties said his was constructive and gave democrats the conference to pull back on their demands. So in other words they're now they're now suggesting that joe biden stepped in and said i want something passed and so some of the more radical democrats backed off and that was always going to happen. Biden is not in control of his caucus. Okay all that has happened here. Is the biden. Recognize the reality and so two democrats that is all that doesn't matter biden is the hero of the hour even though he doesn't have any pepper amazing new york times like. Wow what an amazing guy michael. Flynn should go to jail because he had an incoming conversation as incoming. Nsa with the russians. He should go to jail for that. But joe biden is already impacting legislation even though we are a solid month away from the inauguration in january. Well-done everybody okay. Meanwhile when it comes to covid policy anthony fauci is saying things that i do not understand like i seriously don't get it so foudy has been suggesting that it's shutdown time like across the country. We need lots more shutdowns. We need to make sure be travels during christmas. We need to make sure that if you if you got on a plane to be their family. It's really really bad. Dangerous thing now. He is not calling for flights between the us and the uk to close now. The reason that people have been talking about this is because apparently a new covid. Nineteen mutation has spreading in. The uk is apparently up to seventy percent more transmissible than the original version. Which is i mean. This thing is pretty damn transmissible night. So if you're talking seventy percent more transmissible that basically means the walk into a room with somebody they breathe and you get it and we know that it's broken out in the uk and already found. She like we. Don't want internal american flying from new york la or something and now he's like you know what maybe we shouldn't help the travel from the u. Hit what i. How is he the expert. I just y y you know. I've talked to many people in the private sector epidemiologists in the private sector and many of them have said like they little they do not get the worship of algae in fact. Some of them are rather dismissive in the sense they said well he works for the public sector which automatically means. He's not as good as somebody who works in the center. If you really good he would be working for pfizer. He wouldn't be working for the nih in any case f- ouchi said yesterday that he would not shut down travel from the uk. Which is like what i don't set like. He he was saying that it. Maybe it's because this is not more deadly than the strain. That is currently in existence or that. The vaccinations are already rolling out. Yes but if you if everybody gets infected too fast for the vaccines. That's the problem right. I thought that was the whole purpose of pushing these time. Place lockdowns in any case. You were saying something that is completely incoherent as researchers across the globe scrambled. Study the new variant. A growing number of countries have halted travel from the uk k. u. us officials still debating similar restrictions. I think everything needs to be on the table. Dr anthony fauci advising against travel restrictions telling cnn the us must keep an eye on it. But don't overreact to it what. This is captain overreaction. Right here like he overreaction every direction i it's like no one should wear and it's like everyone should wear a mask until the end of time. I it's you know we should shut down everything and it's like well. We probably should open the schools and now it's like well. We shouldn't shutdown travel from china. Well i'm certainly glad. We shut down travel from china. But we definitely shouldn't do it from the uk like what in the world. What the hell is going on. I am extremely extremely confused by anthony vouchers view on this thing. Meanwhile to his credit joe biden vaccine and he at least get some credit to the trump administration which seems like he should considering that operation warp speed is a trump administration element plan. I wish we're time. Take you through the whole hospital. Say how visiting them credible. Y'all are we have been really get and One of the things is. I think that administration deserves some credit off. The ground operation warp speed. So at least he's doing that. They give credit where credit is due. I will give credit for even credited. Trump that is that is correct. Something that he should do mitch. Mcconnell also was vaccinated yesterday and he said that the leaders of congress should vaccine number one. They should take the vaccine. Because they're all ninety seven years old. Mitch mcconnell is is a rather elderly gentlemen. Nancy pelosi is an old lady. Like yes we we should yes. Those people should be taking the vaccine. I'm far more skeptical. That people like general qasem. Cortez should be taking the vaccine. Here's mcconnell talking about receiving the covid vaccine yesterday. I think it's important for the leaders in the country to step up. Take the vaccine and help. Reassure the american public because polls indicate about half the public aziz skeptical about taking the back saying don't want to take it at all that has to change because we can't solve this problem until a large numbers of americans are vaccinated as a polio victim. Ourself i fully understand the significance of vaccines. It took decades developed the polio vaccine. This fact same developed in under a year a modern medical miracle and we need to take the vaccine game. Mcconnell should take the vaccine. I'll tell you who should not be taking. The vaccine is the young and healthy in congress. They're not more special than you. They're not more special than i am. They're not more special than anybody and understand. What just because they're elected officials does not mean. They should receive the vaccine. I i don't know what's up with today show but this is the like agree with people. Lie absolutely despise show. Ilhan omar actually said something correct rich actually went after other members of the squad. Should she said it would make sense. If it was age. She's up members of the Of congress getting change. That would make sense views age. Unfortunately it's it's of importance and it's shameful where not more important than frontline workers teachers etc are making sacrifices everyday which is why i won't take it people who need it most you get it full. Stop well again. The worst people. I know making an excellent point. This actually happens to be correct. Tulsi gabbard said the same thing by the way she said. I'm not gonna take the covid vaccine before the fed's let the elderly taken. That's just ridiculous. Here's tulsi gabbard. Yesterday members of congress like me we can get the vaccine before at risk seniors. Can people like my aunt. Who is is imprisoned in her own home because of the danger that if she catches the disease she could die of. This is immoral and bad health policy. I plan to take the vaccine but will now stand in solidarity with our seniors by not doing so until they can points halsey gabbard. She happens to be absolutely correct about all this okay. Final piece of news before we break for the day. So bill barr attorney general. I he did say yesterday that he's not gonna point election special counsel to investigate voter fraud because he's not see any credible allegations of widespread voter fraud for all the crap. That bill barr has taken from the left. This guy has at least tried to be honest. I mean this is this is right. This happens to be correct. If there'd been widespread allegations of voter fraud in these states have been adjudicated in the courts and again there were cases. Brought the only one that. I'm aware of that made serious allegations of voter fraud. It's still being adjudicated. right now. are the ones in georgia in many states. The trump campaign did not even claim. There is massive voter fraud. For example wisconsin the pennsylvania cases did not allege massive voter fraud. Here's bill barr saying there won't be a special counsel to investigate the election in other words. We're done here. Legally i think to the extent that there's an investigation. I think that it's being handled responsibly. And professionally currently within the department into this point. I have not seen a reason to appoint a special counsel. And i have no plan to do so before i leave. Okay and not only that This i think is worthy of note so newsmax which had really been pushing very hard. A lot of these allegations of voter fraud and voter regularity pal unleash the cracking on newsmax. When she was talking the former trump lawyer and maybe future trump wear had been talking about releasing the cracking. And all of this kind of stuff. Now she said all that on newsmax newsmax kind of went along with it particularly when it came to dominion because her cracking was the dominion these voting machines. There were hackel. And all this won't dominion sent a legal notice to max and they said we are going to see you out of distance. We we are not. We were not hacked there. No serious allegations were hacked smart. Matic software is not even on our machines. We don't know what the hell you're talking about track that this led to this huge walk back by newsmax. Yesterday newsmax has found no evidence that either dominion or smart matic the other or has any business association with each other. We have no evidence that dominion uses smart matic software or vice versa. No evidence has been offered that dominion. Oh smart matic. Used software or reprogrammed software that manipulated votes in the twenty twenty election. Smart matic has stated that it software was only used in. The two thousand twenty election in los angeles was not used in any battleground state contested by the trump campaign. Newsmax has no evidence to the contrary. Okay so just a quick note even newsmax saying net at this point which means that bill barr. That's newsmax and again newsmax. Eight in the business. The prosecutions Then you know take bill barr and his comments somewhat seriously already right after the show today head on over to michael knows you'll be discussing the covid relief bill in more detail as well as actor georgia tech high suggesting that republicans shouldn't receive the vaccine later today. Matt walsh shows the mall show you will be guest hosting this shows additional hours of content. Make sure to come tune in for that as well. I am ben shapiro. This is the ben shapiro. Show if you enjoyed this episode. don't forget to subscribe. And if you want to help spread the word. 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The Electors Vote / Bill Barr Resigns

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The Electors Vote / Bill Barr Resigns

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council from the opinion pages of the wall street journal this is potomac watch presidential electors. Meet to cast their ballots attorney. General bill barr announces his impending resignation and joe biden makes a few additional cabinet picks. Welcome i'm kyle peterson with the wall street journal. We're joined today by my colleagues. Kim strassel hike him. Hi kyle and bill mcgurn. Hello bill hi kyle. on monday. December fourteenth the presidential electors met in their respective state capitals and cast their ballots for president as for vice president. those results will be sent to congress and the next step now is on january six when lawmakers will count the electoral college votes and on monday evening joe biden gave a speech and part of it was Saying essentially that republicans should quit litigating the results and accept his victory. Here's a bit of what he said. He said respecting. The will of the people is at the heart of our democracy even when we find those results hard to accept but that is the obligation of those who have taken sworn duty to uphold our constitution. He went on to say that four years ago is the tipping vice president of the united states. It was my responsibility to announce the tally of the electoral college votes. that elected donald trump. i did my job unquote Kim would what do you make of that argument and biden's overall remarks as the electors meet. Well there is certainly an argument to be made that this was the moment. Everyone has been waiting for Even the trump campaign said you know this. This ain't over until the electors sing. they go cast their actual vote and that date has now passed. A joe biden had the requisite to seventy You certainly are seeing some republicans now moving to acknowledge that the senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell came out today on tuesday and congratulated the president elect I think the question for joe biden though there was something about his tone as he was giving this speech and this was a guy who at least coming out of the box he talked about the need to heal the nation and bring people back together. He hasn't done a whole lot of that subsequently. And i think the question for him is he needs to bring people on board And you know talk about how. He's looking forward to being their president. Talk about you know losing good grace but but not kind of lecture republicans about what they're gonna do and You know allow again. Litigation can't go on forever But you know just continue to allow some of this to play out. The that's the choice facing him will end. If biden was intending to to make those remarks convincing it did not have the intended effect. At least on who is president trump. Who is continuing to storm a bit. And here's a tweet from him. This morning he says. President trump says tremendous problems being found with voting machines. They are so far off. It is ridiculous able to take a landslide victory and reduce it to tight loss. And then he adds much more to come with an exclamation point on the end there and I mean obviously there's there's no law requiring a an outgoing leader and outgoing president concede But there may be reasons to do it. Political reasons to do it and bill is what the journal said in an editorial on monday the journal said president trump's legal challenges have run their course and he and the rest of the republican party can help the country and themselves by acknowledging the result and moving on unquote. I look i. I agree with that. Obviously I think the problem is a president. Trump has got him into this. Got himself into this corner with the allegations. He didn't really lose and i. It's going to be very hard for him to concede. And i'm not sure i'm not sure he's ever going to say. The words i concede joe biden is elected president. What we what we have to hope. I think he's already signaled that. If the electors voted for joe biden he would leave the white house and so forth and go so. I'm not. I'm just not sure we're going to get a concession. The other way and i suspect that any of the comments are just gonna dig trump deeper into that whole so. I don't think we're gonna get it. But i agree with you. I mean i've. I've argued that the senate cases in georgia if president trump believes he has a political future in the republican party. They offer him a chance to go out a winner to help these guys help. Mobilize trump voters to come out and preserve a republican senate. And he's done a little on that. But i think he's done it while complaining about the election. I think it'd be better off destroying himself in taking credit for that in the least going out partly a winner. Having done a service for the party. I think that would put him in better shape for whatever he wants to do in the future. If all you do is just complained that the election stolen. i mean. that's that's kind of what you know. Hillary clinton does. I don't think it's good. Look i don't think it lasts that long. There will be some trump supporters. You know that will stick with him over. But i think it doesn't it doesn't give your Enhance your appeal going forward. So I i hope he does come around or at least quiets down on some of that because it's It's making it hard for him. And i think it's making it hard for his voters the the supporters to to move on with business and look at new priorities gun new president. I expect a lot of problems we need to. The republicans need to get themselves together to oppose a lot of what i believe. Joe biden is going to try to do well and one of the questions that i have is. I mean i wonder how long trump can keep this argument up. And bill mentioned those two senate runoffs in january in georgia which are going to decide the direction of the senate the direction of the country for at least two years maybe four years and it's true that trump is is calling for those republican senators georgia to be reelected but he's also doing it while attacking other state leaders in the party in georgia so he made for example. Here's something that the president recently re tweeted. It's a picture of georgia's republican governor and republican secretary of state and their photoshop so that they both have chinese flag lapel pins and chinese flag masks and the tweets suggests that both of those elected republicans are going to be going to jail sued and trump obviously has his hardcore fan base. But kim i mean at what point do regular republicans decide that maybe this is not the best way to be going into those two senate runoffs in georgia well again. I think that that was notable. That senator mitch. Mcconnell made a point of congratulating president elect biden Today after the electoral voters met And because that's a signal. And i think that's what he's trying to do is lay the groundwork for other republicans to feel comfortable to say this to and get the focus back on the senate races You know another members of the administration have also been doing their part and trying different surrogates have been going down to rallies in georgia and try to keep that base up. I mean i think the real problem and you put your finger on it though. Is that none of that. Even those in person events substitute sore in any way diminishes For the president's tweet which is how a lot of people get their information so today in georgia were having the beginning of early in person voting And if you have. I mean think about how close that race was if you have. Even a small percentage of that very loyal trump base a lot of them very rural voters who choose to feel angry over the results of this election and to distrust the results in georgia. The first time around and they choose to stay home. You know that that could be the margin of difference. So i would wager in the coming week. You will see more. Republicans begin to say. Look okay you know. We've had our chance. we did. Our litigation gotten us anywhere especially again we had the supreme court refuse to get into this with that lawsuit that was filed by texas And so it's gone. The flag has been run up all the way to the supreme court and that was a no-go and so i think you'll have a number of people began to say it's time to to focus on the future but the context of part of the context is still efforts to contest the election in georgia in a couple of swing states on monday. Republicans held meetings of essentially shadow electors to cast their shadow votes for president and vice president and and raises the possibility of rival slates of electors electoral votes being sent to congress. And it's being pitched as a way to keep president trump's legal options open. So here's here's what the chairman of the georgia republican party said quote because the president's lawsuit contesting. The georgia election is still pending. The republican nominees presidential election. Electoral met today at noon at the state capital on cast. Their votes for president vice president had we not met today in cast our votes. The president's pending election contest would have been effectively mooted unquote and so bill up. I mean there. You have the leader of the state party Telling republican voters in georgia. That there's still a chance that maybe there'll be something that will overturn the result and those republican electors will be the ones who will count in january. Yeah i think it's mostly for show. I doubt that even the people that are are are doing this. Really believe that. At the end of the day it's going to result in donald trump Having a second term as president. At look i my position all along was if donald trump has a A complaint about how the votes were counted. He has the right to bring me. He has the right to be heard the courts to hear them and a lot of these complaints have been brought forward and they have been resolved. I mean the the texas case. The supreme court was only one of them but it is telling that the entire court agreed that there was no merit to the case. You're standing in this case. No dissents in it. So it's not just a matter of you. Know liberals or democrats or rhino republicans you know out to stab a president trump in the back. They've they've tried to make their case and they haven't persuaded people and you know the the rest of it at as they move forward with all these doors closing and especially with the electoral college voting. It looks increasingly desperate. I'm not sure sure. This is a good strategy for president. Trump as i said i think he has perhaps the biggest incentive for republican senate because the first thing joe biden wants to do is undo everything. Donald trump did and if democrats have the majority in the us senate They could pack the court. That could get rid of the filibuster They could race a lot of president. Trump's achievements tax cuts deregulation. So i think he if he wants to preserve his achievements. He has real achievements in significant achievements. I think he wants to you know. Put all his chips on georgia. Right now We'll see if he doesn't hang tight. We'll be right back. You're listening to tomac. watch from the wall street journal. You took the first step and quit smoking. But even former smokers may still be at risk for lung cancer. That's why save by the scan dot org wants you to know about a new low. Cat scan that can detect lung cancer. Early it takes only sixty seconds and could save your life. You took the first step now. Take the next visit saved by the scan dot org simple quiz to see if you're eligible and talk to your doctor about screening save by scan dot org is brought to you by the american lung association's long force initiative and the ad council from the opinion pages of the wall street journal. This is potomac watch. Welcome back also on monday. The news broke that attorney. General bar will be resigning his post effective december twenty third after newly nearly two years in that job Kim what is motivating bars departure now. Which is less than a month before. The presidential transition is scheduled to take place. And what do you think his legacy in this job is well. Things have been increasingly fractious between the attorney general and the president. I think the president who. I was quite angry. That bill barr had not done more in the president's view to root out look at this fraud issue in terms of the election You know. Look i i will say this bill. Bars office has been looking very diligently at this issue. They have reviewed every single case and claim that has been raised to them. They just couldn't find any. But the attorney general said that publicly in that infuriated the president. And then i think what potentially the breaking point was was this weekend when the president Lambasted the attorney general for not having spoken up about the fact that there was a an investigation and the hunter biden prior to the Prior to the election now my own view is that bill barr was following policy. That this is in fact the right way to do this. That putting these things out there. is actually against policy. That's one of the mistakes that call me and his predecessors made but so anyway the i think the attorney general just was worried that this was hitting a breaking point and rather than wait for trump to fire him Decided to you know to resign gracefully. He wrote a very nice not praise the president for the work he done in different areas and and goes out. somewhat on gentlemanly basis His legacy i think is is really huge and i would argue. He was probably the most important one of the most important appointments trump ever made You know he was the right man at the right time And i think his biggest legacy is he continued to make really tough and difficult decisions Even in the face of both democrats lambasting him from congress but also the president at times hitting on him for not just doing having the department of justice. Do the presence will. And you know that included everything from Having the courage to investigate the investigators the department of justice. fbi acts by appointing. John durham Us attorney to look at that. Reviewing the michael flynn case which was really important and turns out. Those charges should never been brought also imposing new rules about when. And how you can conduct sensitive investigations So those are just a few of the things as as well as you know. Stick it up for the first amendment and religious liberty. I guess what i'd add to that is. Bar seems to have been a stabilizing force. At the department of justice over the last couple of years in a tumultuous tumultuous time overseeing the closure of the muller investigation and owning a lot of those hard calls and then bill. As as kim suggests for all the attacks on on bar as all the criticism of him as a partisan hack. He's stood up to the president Numerous times including one. That has not been mentioned yet. the prosecution of roger stone win a bar said publicly that the president is tweeting about these criminal. Cases is not helpful and was attacked by the president. A little bit for that Anything bill that you would you would add to that. Be outgoing legacy here. Yeah i think he has a tremendous legacy and remember the attack on the left was always at bar was just the president's personal attorney but i think what he was trying to do primarily is restore credibility to the department of justice. You know for for all the reasons we know from two thousand sixteen. What they did he was trying to get it back to regular in to be a de politicized department and that was that proved to be a thankless job. I'd say look on the two on the big investigation into the fbi investigation into the trump campaign and so forth. The president's habit of attacking people at work formed by twitter. You know that's never great management tool right. I mean you can. I think you can call anyone in and say here's what i don't like and so forth but when you do it that way you put you put pressure. That doesn't necessarily help your case on your own people that said i think. The president had a point about The election when he complained that nothing had been done before the election. Not quite the point. He was making my view. Is it the president's right to be upset. That four years after what happened in two thousand sixteen happened. The american people still don't have the story that doesn't mean that that Bill barr messed up or anything. It's just this. they take time remember. We chewed up almost two years with an inspector general and so forth so i can understand the president's frustration. I think that he blamed the wrong person. Blamed the person trying to get answers who actually launched the investigation there so to me. This is kind of a tragedy. Because i think bill barr did a tremendous job Both for the country and for president trump there to be a serious person Making kim said making the tough decision so to me. It's a tragedy that it it sort of becomes another person who worked for trump. i think worked hard for trump and then leaves. You know non under the best of circumstances and i think that's a i think in the long run we will look at what Bill barr did and and he will look very well. In retrospect and we have yet to hear from joe biden on his attorney general nominee But we do have a justice department that is investigating. Reportedly hunter biden the incoming president son and in the middle of a transition. Kim do you think that that bars Departure makes it more likely that the justice department will appoint a special counsel in that case. I certainly hope not. I know that there are rising pressure rising calls from republicans that he do so We actually wrote an editorial and that came out today. Making the i thought very persuasive argument for why that would be a bad idea and mostly because it's a question of political accountability You just mentioned the fact that joe biden going to be naming an attorney general. We don't know who that is yet. But that attorney general in my mind should have to own responsibility for the proper outcome of a or a legitimate outcome in an investigation and the hunter biden. Meaning you know. We know that the us attorney for delaware has been looking at this for two years now. They opened the investigation in two thousand eighteen. It should be by all accounts. A fairly straightforward financial investigation it send money laundering and tax questions. Those are things that. Us attorneys office deal with all the time. There's no reason to believe that they cannot finish that Probe fairly and competently as long as there's no political pressure on them. And so you know. I think the problem with special counsels is that they comment. They're not accountable to anybody. They ended up going off on these wild tangents at takes years People often donut up getting the full story. Look at the mess that was muller whereas we ought to have. The attorneys here continued to do their job. And you know We've had members of congress who have said already at going to be watching this really closely. And if the incoming. Us attorney general us attorney general in any way switches staff out or direct people to a certain outcome or tries to kill this probe. We're going to blow the whistle and you could imagine. There would be leaks from the attorney's office. Said also blew the whistle and the and the biden administration hap- take the political consequences in blowback from that. But i. i would hope that we wouldn't go down another special council. They never end well but that call. It seems bill is now not going to be made by bill barr but potentially by you know his his replacement acting attorney general in this last month of the trump administration right the reports are that donald trump wants a special counsel for for hunter biting so the question is is he going to. Is he going to pressure. Mr rosen the new acting attorney general to appoint one for all the same reasons of kim. Has i think is. I think a special counsel is a bad idea because the reason we object to it is at the issues that it has with independence from the attorney general and all these things where he can't be fired and his budget is kind of not subject to any review all those things race constitutional issues that justice scalia race it is know magnificent defense nineteen eighty eight his descend in morrison which upheld the independent counsel. So we have principal reasons. Unfortunately every time something comes up people say well you know the circumstances are so exceptional in this case we need to have a special counsel and and it continues life and in this case there are the special. Counsel law says that it's warranted in serious criminal investigations. Where allowing the justice department to do it would create conflicts of interest. It's harder to imagine. A bigger conflict of interest in a joe biden department of justice investigating hunter biden about conduct that may implicate joe biden as well but with kim. I think i think they can get around. And joe biden certainly doesn't want to start his administration with a A special counsel hovering over his family and so forth kind of big cloud on on him and he may not like the justice investigation. But it's better than than having a special counsel. So i think he should promise that he will keep the The us attorney In delaware who's leading the investigation into hunter. Keep him on until he's done. I think that would also show that joe biden serious about his claim in his victory. Speech that he's gonna look past republican and democratic labels to try to come together for the good of the country this would be. This would be an excellent test. And i think other i think there is a great likelihood. He's going to get a special counsel if he doesn't finally although we don't have joe biden's pick for attorney general announced yet Biden is continuing to name cabinet choices and other top advisers and here are a few of the additions denis. Mcdonough who was president obama's chief of staff will leave the department of veterans affairs Susan rice who was obama's ambassador to the united nations will lead the white house domestic policy council. And tom ville stack. Who was obama's agriculture secretary will get his job back and become joe biden's agriculture secretary. And kim i guess. It's not expected that joe biden. Who was vice. President in the obama administration would lead heavily on obama. Alums but i guess given. I guess i'm surprised you know how much he's doing that. Given how much a biden has pivoted left during the democratic primary and since obama left office the gang is really all back it just feels like the second coming of the obama administration It's been quite remarkable to watch. These names resurrected now. Look usually every time a new administration comes in they reach back in some shape or form to to the respected folks from the prior one But they often bring in new faces to and I think it's really notable. I'm not quite sure yet. If i'm reassured because i didn't particularly love obama policy either but if you're looking at remember the beginning worry was that joe biden under pressure from progressives was going to name a cabinet where you know elizabeth warren was treasury secretary or something and that really was a terrifying thought on you are having some more liberal picks For instance heavier sarah the california attorney general who was named at hhs. There's no way you can call him anything but a a card carrying progressive a man of the left But these other announcements especially the people who are going to be around a biden on a day-to-day basis in the white house. like susan. rice. For instance And some of the other staff is mentioned. Know these are. these are much more. Traditional obama steady hands on that come more from definitely on the left but more of the kind of middle left of the party And and that's we'll see how long he gets away with this before the progress is really start to complain about. Some of these names will maybe. This is By his long-awaited turn back to the center. Bill we'll give you the last word here. Yeah i think it's interesting. Because i personally am not a fan of susan rice and i find that little telling appointment You know giving her activities with the unmasking and so forth but it really doesn't matter what you can or mate were. Would i think because the the more likely fights over these picks are gonna come from the left. I mean i thought who how who object tom. Ville sock as secretary of agriculture Turns out there's a lot of people on the left that object to him. They think he hasn't been that concerned about black farmers and so forth. And i just wonder if we're going to see more of that. Thank you bill. Thank you for listening. We'll be back later this week with another addition of potomac watch.

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With a jab to a nurses left arm, America enters a new phase in its fight against the coronavirus

"Good morning. I'm james holman from the washington post and this is the daily to two tuesday december. Fifteen in today's news. The electoral college makes joe. Biden's victory official. Bill barr is stepping down as attorney general and a group of senators agrees to important compromise that increases the odds a stimulus. Bill can pass before christmas. The first the big idea with a jab to nurse his left. Deltoid on monday we entered a new phase in our war against the current virus the injection. Sandra lindsay's arm at long island jewish medical center. Mix her the first american to receive the vaccine outside a clinical trial. The small dose of nra a represents a giant leap efforts to beat back the virus a moonshot worth of hope amid a pandemic that has infected more than sixteen million and killed more than three hundred thousand of our fellow americans. Sandra dreamed her whole life since she was a six year old in her home country of jamaica of finding away to help others now fifty two she oversees five units of critical care nurses. Who have been helping covid patients. Since the worst weeks in new york this spring her staff worked sixteen hour days even one at the end of their shift. Pain and hurt were visible in. There is reflecting back. Sandra admitted during an interview with my colleagues bengal reno. And william one that. She's been scared the past nine months. She said she's had to remain numb. Sometimes just so that she can push forward to make it through the day. Vaccines rolled out across the country. Monday with doctors and nurses at hospitals. Just like sandra nationwide injecting one. Another as part of a federal plan to prioritize frontline workers. Some said they dedicated the experience to patients. They lost or two family members. They've seldom seen as they battled around the clock to save others. The immunization campaign will rapidly expand in the days ahead. Some states will soon begin including nursing homes federal officials leading the effort to manufacture and distribute the vaccines. Say they expect twenty million people to get the first of two required doses by the end of the month that first inoculation in queens was heavy on symbolism long island jewish medical center was on the front lines of the covid fight the spring. And it's part of the north well health system which is treated more than one hundred thousand covid patients. Several who were among the first received the vaccine. Sandra included are black. A reflection of this virus has outside toll in communities of color alas even with the injection. Sandra is not yet fully protected. The vaccine she got yesterday developed by pfizer with bio and tech requires two doses to achieve ninety five percent effectiveness. That studies have shown the first inoculations come at a time when we're averaging more than two hundred thousand new cases nearly twenty five hundred deaths a debt both our record highs nonetheless large segments of the population continue to ignore warnings to wear masks and void gatherings a significant segment of the country. Also says it has no intention of getting immunized the latest surveys show between forty two percent and sixty one percent of americans say they're willing to get vaccinated nearly ten months after the. You see davis. Medical center treated the first known use case of community. Transmission in sacramento. That hospital in the next hours will receive four thousand eight hundred seventy five doses of the pfizer vaccine but depends of course on smooth delivery of the shipments there are no reports of delays walgreens. Cvs and kosco say they expect to have shots for the general public. Their stores in the spring. Walmart says it's preparing. It's more than five thousand stores for the vaccine. But it isn't sure when they're going to arrive. The madeira vaccine is likely emergency emergencies authorization later this week. The fda's advisory committee meeting has been scheduled for thursday. What's amazing is that almost a year into this pandemic. We continue to learn more and more about the virus but is wreaking such havoc it out that gene variants are very very closely linked to severe coronavirus infections. A team of european scientists studied the genomes of twenty two hundred critically. Ill covid patients. Their results. Detailed in a new journal article provide robust support for the idea that genetic makeup plays a role in how fatal the disease is and why it hits some people so hard and others. Stay a symptomatic for example. It's now clear that people with blood type a or at much. Higher risk of severe cove infections in death will those with blood type. O have found that it gives them more of a protective effect although certainly does not make them immune. The new research points to the significance of gene named i f. a. r. Two two it allows our cells to build a protein receptor for a potent dubbed interferon for its ability to interfere with viral replication. This is part of the body's first response against an infection a week. Interferon response allows cova quickly. Proliferate researchers have pinpointed. Eight spots on chromosomes five of which strongly held up under further scrutiny. Were variants were far. More common. among people in intensive care units for covid this is significant because if we can pinpoint flaws in people's microscopic defenses that are scientists just might be able to develop tailored therapeutics to patch them up at least in theory. And that's the big idea. Here are three other headlines. That should be on your radar. This tuesday number one president elect joe biden achieved formal victory on monday over president trump winning his three hundred six votes in the electoral college and advancing one. More step toward inauguration even as diehard trump supporters redoubled their efforts to stop the peaceful transfer of power electors gathered in every state and the district of columbia for a day-long series of votes that delivered no surprises for either trump or biden the proceedings harked back to more typical presidential elections and stood in contrast with the unprecedented though fruitless six weeks of legal and procedural chaos triggered by trump's refusal to accept his loss. There were signs that some of the president's most ardent supporters will not abandon the cause as groups of republicans in six key battleground states held their own unofficial electoral college style votes for trump though major protests didn't materialize threats and harassment and violence did cast a shadow over electric meetings in several states but on capitol hill some republicans are now indicating a fresh willingness to move forward number. Two just moments after biden clinched his victory in the electoral college with california's electors. Trump tried to change the subject by announcing that bill. Barr is leaving next week as attorney. General are willing to controversial tenure in which he has repeatedly used the justice department to aid. Trump's allies only to have trump turn on him when he didn't announce investigations of political foes and disputed white house claims of widespread election fraud by leaving now bar hopes to avoid some of the taint. That will come. From trump's widely expected pardons of friends and perhaps family in the final hours of his term trump claimed on twitter that his relationship with bar is a very good one and the bar has done an outstanding but in public and behind the scenes. The men's relationship had significantly soured on a number of fronts. One person said the two barely spoken directly in months. One senior house official told my colleague. Josh dossey bar resign on his own accord but another told him that trump discussed firing bars. Recently as friday night and white house chief of staff mark meadows has been highly critical toward bar in front of the president on several occasions lately. The president expressed frustration with barring recent days including on fox news. Sunday because bar didn't leak before the election. That hunter biden was under investigation by the justice department by will be replaced on an acting basis by the doj number. Two official. jeffrey. Rosen inside and outside the justice department bars. Critics were not sorry to see him. Go number three. The bipartisan group of senators. Trying to make happen on coronavirus relief unveiled a seven hundred. Forty eight billion dollars compromise package last night that includes new unemployment benefits small business aid and other that receive broad support simultaneously. They unveiled a second bill that includes the two provisions that are most divisive among lawmakers liability protections for corporations and one hundred sixty billion dollars in aid for state and local governments their expectation. Is that both of these could be excluded from a final deal and to secure passage of the parts. Everyone can agree. On the second bill companion. Bill could end up falling out of a final deal if lawmakers don't rally around it amid broad opposition among democrats to the liability shield and brought opposition among republicans to local government aid the progress in the bipartisan groups. Work comes as congressional leaders indicated momentum for proving something before lawmakers leave town for christmas recess. Senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell centered hopeful in a speech on the senate floor house speaker. Nancy pelosi talk last night with treasury secretary steven mnuchin and both sides said it went. Well the bipartisan effort. So far is left out. Another round of twelve hundred dollar stimulus checks. Although the white house included a second stimulus check worth six hundred dollars in its proposal last week. Some lawmakers in the bipartisan group suggested including another round of stimulus checks in the seven hundred forty billion dollar proposal that excludes the liability shield and local funding republicans though are pushing to keep the price tag of the bill below one trillion dollars though if state aid is left out of it. Lawmakers may have enough money available to include the checks finally. Let me close today with a story from my home state of minnesota. That helped me in the holiday spirit. And maybe you'll feel the same way. It started the thursday before last with an older gentleman who pulled up to the drive through window at the dairy queen brainerd during the lunch hour. He told the cashier. He wanted to pay for the food of the people in the car behind him. Cheering up the two orders and thought that would be the end of that but then it kept happening over two and a half days the pay it forward chains spanned more than nine hundred cars manager. Tina johnson told kathy free that they've had pay it forward chains at the d. Q before that went for twenty cars but this one was just mind blowing. Heidi bruce thirty four was one of the people who waited in line for chance to pay it forward. Heidi says she wanted to be part of it because she put it quote the state of the world we live in right now is not always kind. There's too much anger too much anxiety and too much selfishness going on so heidi ordered three blizzards one for self her friend and her daughter and the person in front of her paid her twelve dollar tab then. She paid the bill of the person behind her which came to fourteen bucks. There's nothing wrong. With america that cannot be fixed by what's right with america and that's the daily to two for tuesday december fifteenth. Thanks for listening. I'm james don't forget to pay it forward. I'll talk to you tomorrow

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