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"brandon darby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hey mindful. Those of you who are going to be encountering police officers whether willingly or unwillingly willingly because they're a family member or neighbor. Unwillingly because you get pulled over for speeding. Their hearts are heavy at a time like this as are other family members. A kind word goes a long way be patient. Is it moments? Like this that police officers are reminded how dangerous. Their job really is. It's also dangerous south of the border. Is Brandon Darby is reporting the individual taking over this group. Would you call this? I mean, obviously, it's a criminal organization is this more of a gang or how sophisticated is this organization. He's taking over. This is one of the most sophisticated I think and drug cartels in existence. What's four where previous Gulf cartel commander wanted his own Billiton like paramilitary wing of his cartel? So to protect him and look out for his interests. So what he did was he hired special forces from Mexico's military, many of them had been trained in the US in another country in drug interdiction, and he hired them to be his bodyguard and his army, and then is private army decided they would become their own cartel, and they began to take over territory and Mexico. So they're they're pretty sophisticated. They're about as advanced as it can get, you know, not all of them as expanded. Obviously, they they didn't retain the quality of of fighter and soldier that, you know, not all of them born special forces, but the the original one works, and the ones who are oftentimes leadership are in this case, you know, this guy looks like he may be. Could you could lose a few pounds? I don't think he's a special forces guy. But it's definitely one of the most ruthless that Mexico, which is one of the most ruthless and the world, I think that inside they are behind Russian organized crime and possibly Italian organized car. Fat shaming gang leader. I am fast shaming eat as me to lose a few pounds. And I think I think that you know. I don't mind fat shaming cartel, boss. Darby's our guests. You can follow him on Twitter, and I suggest that you do. I respect the heck out of his reporting. He puts himself in danger to do. So. And I admire the fact that he he wants to make sure these stories are getting out, and nobody else seems nor the news agency seems to warn put somebody on this beaten. It's critically important. We can't just ignore this, folks. We're far more interested in what's going on in Afghanistan and Syria, and this this is on our border, and it's spilling into into our country. You talk about a corridor. That let's say does have coming into the United States and particularly in Texas talk a little bit about their ability to influence this side of the border. Well, that's the thing is that you know, they utilize trade, you know, Laredo at if if it's not d it's one of the largest land ports of entry in the United States. That's what Israel system, I think it has the largest rail quarter of entry, and so it's very vital for cartels control. And that's why it's so violent. They're so dangerous is because cartel fight for control over that corridor. You know, I think politically it's very unpopular in Laredo to increase border security border patrol agents aren't popular their border barriers on popular. That's why they're not air. But it's also immediately across a forty yard five foot. Deep river from the headquarters of Los that does that's the problem. Right. So that corridors very, Luke. The areas that are the most unsecured on our border are the urban areas happened to be the areas that cartels fight the most for so not only is it dangerous for us. And for our citizens, not only in Laredo, but especially across the country will more violence, manifest and mortar problems manifest, but it also creates recap in Mexico when we don't secure a portion an urban portion of our border. It brings great violence to them. And the weather Laredo is the most it is be most controlled city along the border when it comes to cartels. They have the most control over media. The most control over politicians day recently killed a DA. They recently killed the attorney general's investigator opposite state investigator recently killed a journalist. I mean, this is who we're dealing with. This is not a gang. This is a this is a a a heavy hitting a Mexican drug cartel. And now rather than. Being worried about tomorrow and their long-term profit sustainability. They are now being led by a man who has exhibited a willingness to stroke grenade that US citizens and our consulate Arctic government offices. This is a this is a big deal. It's something we should be concerned about, and I think that at the very least, you know, the state of Texas should put out an advisory. To law enforcement on the border. Now that they realize this person is in fact, a charge. Put out an advisory warning them that now this this organization is being led by someone shown a willingness to attack US person. US officials you right Brandon Darby is our guest with Breitbart news, you write about these guys. It it really is. It sounds a lot like narcos episode. I mean that that's the frame of reference. I think for a lot of people you write about their ability. Once these individuals are in prison. The few that are prosecuted in our convicted and are then sent to prison even during their short imprison stays their ability to get judges and politicians to get them out of prison. I mean is Mexico really our ally against this can they control their own country. No, no. In fact, it's you know, it's important invention many places along our border, especially in the Laredo sector, south of the Laredo sector into Weber Laredo that the Mexican government does not send in police to get cartel guys. Do not send in police to police their communities. They have to send in their navy. They have to send in the marines. Army? They have to travel and and and heavily protected convoys heavily armed convoys like we travel and in Afghanistan, it is a paramilitary situation. It is not a lot going on at our border. Mexico in these regions of Mexico, the three states that are both conserves the three most populous States, South of Texas, which would be Tom elitist or wherever Leon and Coahuila. This is not a law enforcement issue. This is a military issue. They are fighting era military transnational criminal organizations at our border. Brandon darby. Thank you for the good work. You're doing we'll post that article. It'll be up within ten minutes. You can find it at Breitbart dot com, you'll be at Michael berry, show dot com. Purpose informed. You're welcome back anytime, Brandon Darby,.

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"But that's because he was up against a four who did do we still have a foes, increasing their nuclear capacity of nuclear warhead capacity as much as the Soviets were nineteen eighty two. No, we don't. So. So that doesn't mean that I'm anti Reagan. Because because I don't support us, you know, spending X amount of GDP increasing our nuclear work to pass it. But it also doesn't mean that somebody's pro Reagan because they do he existed in a different set of circumstances with different world. Tonight. I the co- the term coined there. Rotting flesh Reaganism are rano first things public theology. Conservative public theology. Made the argument that what crews campaigned on two thousand sixteen against Trump was rotting push Reaganism that this was an economic system that was from the past as you say two decades, maybe three decades old that didn't work today. And whenever Trump talked about trade he was he was revolting against that old Reagan idea in a new age in. That's why picked up the votes that he did in the south. I think to some extent that I also thank cruise the cruise today versus who crew cruise west during the Obama administration when the central push of government was to absolutely have unchecked irregular migration to absolute if it to absent to intervene. Matz, more than probably as healthy in the economy. If we look at like, we could talk one offs like Celinda, we could talk about, you know, like do I support green energy? Yes. I do does. That mean, I support just cart. Blondes just throw all kinds of money at cronies who happened to have a company that says, they're green energy. No, I don't. And and so so crews made those comments at a time when we added president who was a lot more left of center than I am. And like like like he's way out there when it comes to intervention in the economy, even a bottle would say like, hey, like. It needs to be a market based economy with intervention, and I would agree with that. Except he wants a lot more intervention than uncomfortable with he had a lot of us about that. I'm uncomfortable with will cruise made those comments during that time. Even the situation we were in as a nation for three years ago is different than the one. We're in right now. Goes pope any closing thoughts. Man. I just feel like have learned more in today than I have in a long time and really enjoyed it. And think that. A lot of people my age younger could glean a lot from these conversations that are being had. Well, that's why we say thanks for tuning in until friends that you hang out here on other sides of Texas. We do it for folks about RH. I wanna say something good. You know, this has been a great conversation debate coach. And and the only thing I would leave with it. Tell people like when people are trying whether it's on the left or the right, and they're trying to degrade another human being. So you don't listen to their discussion or have a discussion with him like reject that man just rejected outright when someone's like. Oh, well, he's a socialist or oh, he's a right wing racist nut or he's a just reject that outright. Like, so you can actually have these conversations because these conversations there's one hundred things I've said today, and this just in this podcast that that media matters for America or some like. Like nutty lefty side, who by the way, sometimes makes good arguments. You should read them to not saying you should. But there's a hundred things they could take out of context and attack me for from the left, and there's one hundred things I've said today that people from the right could take out of context and attack before. So that you don't listen to this podcast, or so you don't listen to me or you don't listen to Jay or you and that type of behavior that type of argument stopping is exactly what we need to say, no to so we can have these conversations and people can talk about most things in life are complex. They're not black and white. They're not. Yes, or no, they're not this or that white or red or they're not that most things in life are are being discussed by two polar opposites who are addic- streams, and neither one is usually being very honest or not. Being completely honest. And you have to listen to both and have a conversation about it in between in order to hear it. Good point..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Eight oh, six seven four four seven six six six. So that sorry. That's my alarm going off on my phone. What I want to close it. Good. It sounded like it was the end of the commercial. Close out on here is Republicans are in charge. Now man, let you speak from Texas basis. Republicans are in charge of of the rural regions in which they're elected out of Brandon Darby, what is the onus. Now, the think the Republican party has to begin to think more pragmatically about utilizing the levers of government or does it continue to go with what I'll call not you. Rotting flesh Reaganism. We've got to open up markets open up money in do that at the cost of the common. Good. See I don't like that. Like like, it was a different time like he listed in a different situation e Reagan existed at a time, but people will still say you've got follow that model in here. We are in the midst of globalism something that Donald Trump was elected on to say what about the American middle class worker will forget them because we can get them in Beijing or Taiwan or elsewhere. But associated I mean, I did it. But it Reagan existed at a different time in a different set of circumstances in a different set of tax rates in a different set of a lot of things right like like Reaganism has one. And so so the the, but not get you. There was Claudy government. There was Bill there. There were a lot of things that need to be deconstructed again work. But but different, but why does he get in boat today in policy every which will I'm already has. Morais Manila's a different able manipulate it. And I'm not Reagan was largely successful. And so what I argue is that there are things that we need to use the power of government for no one disagrees with me. They just a lot of people just want wanted used for their things and not for the things for other people. So I advocate those beneath them I and I don't know about necessarily beneath them, but but but but who might be ecconomic Lee beneath them. Yes. And it's so. There are some things like I since I'm a defender of public schools. But that doesn't mean that just because public schools ask for more money. I think we ought to just keep giving giving giving it and have no restrictions on it and have no, you know, like, I support public education. Does that mean I support does? That mean, I think it should be at schools for ten hours a day. No does that mean, I think that my taxes should pay for kids to be at school ten hours a day. No. It doesn't mean that it doesn't mean a part blondes like I'm either on this side of that side. It's a complicated issue. Like most things in life. There are balances. Should we use the power of government of in situations to benefit rural areas in a lot of cases? I think we should does. That mean, we should just carte blanche. Throw money out at not restrict the power of government, not have limitations on that government. No. It does not mean that. And so what we were left with one side who says who the if you say one. Side. And what I need is the majority of their politicians and their push. They demonize anybody that wants to question government or challenge the power of government, Emma, demonize, you and use that hominids to attack you if you question it, if I don't if I don't agree with every increase in public school expending the I hate children. And then on the other side, if I agree that there should be any public school spending than I hate children. I hate America. And I'm a socialist. And there are these two extremes and like most things in life. There really are a lot. There's a lot more nuance in a lot more details that we need to understand in a lot more room. We need to make for having discussions of. So I get what you're saying. But I you know to. Call it rotting flesh Reagan. I'm this. I'm not there in. I don't I don't I don't I think that that's bastardized quite a bit. You know, if if somebody would come to me and say, you know, Reagan supported increasing nukes this much at Reagan. And it's like well. Yeah..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"But in my situation, I can't but you're in a special situation. I think Jay is to where your kids are in public schools in Lubbock, Texas might be a very different situation. If your kids were in public schools in south, Chicago, you might be like had a one I want some other option, and I get that or of in Houston ISD for that some places for sure right? But but what I'm saying is, it's very complicated. There's all these different facets in. And and I agree with you. Though, like, I don't I don't like paying taxes. No. But I recognize that I live just like constantly county. I don't just pay taxes for the road that I live on I pay taxes for for a lot of roads at Hockley county because I recognized for my road to do K. It means that there has to be pavement on other roads in the county to and when I pay taxes for public school. I recognize what happens in a society when I don't when people like me who have don't pay some taxes for public school. We ended up like what what we have in in inner City New Orleans, and we ended up what we have in south Louisiana as a whole whenever it's a different situation. It wasn't directly vouchers, but in that situation when when the integrated public schools, most of the white people who own property took their Vader moved to out external, they either moved outside of the city, or they changed the laws to where basically because they. Pay for private school. They just said, okay, we're gonna pay almost nothing in property taxes anymore. And that's how the schools are funded by local property taxes. So the inner city schools were left without any money. And now, you have a situation like especially in New Orleans where you know, that's great. You got to keep a lot of money, and you didn't pay any property taxes, and you sent your kid to private school. And now your kid is getting can't drive an SUV anywhere without getting robbed or killed or getting because people if you don't have some education of illegal people, it has some very detrimental impacts on society Seattle, which big suppression of what were what are we doing about public schools in financing public school? So it's of course, the big issue coming up into the legislature gonna take a quick break here. Daniel the digital guru gonna get us out the break be right back with you here. Just a minute or two sick with.

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Talking about prairie populism populism Tucker Carlson populism in economics is we're back in in Carlson. We're listening to a monologue. That's gone viral and getting some feedback here from Brandon Darby managing editor of Breitbart. Texas coach po- one of our regular guests in when they get back in with Carlson. Daniel the digital guru cues backup on Carlson in a son economics and culture in how you cannot divorce. The to talk about that from west Texas ready when you are. Not separate the two it used to be possible to deny this. But it's not anymore. The evidence is now overwhelming how do we know instead of the inner cities thirty years ago? Conservatives look to Detroit and Newark in many other places, and they were far five at what they saw conventional families that all but disappeared in poor neighborhoods. The majority of children were born out of wedlock single mothers the rule prime in drugs disorder became universal. What caused this nightmare? Liberals didn't even one of knowledge the question, they were benefiting from the disaster in the form of reliable votes. Conservatives though had an explanation for inner cities dysfunction in it made sense. It government decades badly designed social programs had driven fathers from the home and created what conservatives called a culture of poverty that trap people in generational decline, was truthfulness. But it wasn't the whole story. I we know we'll be this. Virtually the same thing has happened decades later to an entirely different population in many ways world. American Elsa lot. Like, Detroit is a striking because rural Americans Lindsay very much in common with anyone from the inner city, if you said different cultures different traditions different political beliefs issued they different skin colors rural people wake conservatives, mostly if the pathologies of modern rural America familiar to anyone who visited downtown Baltimore, the nineteen eighty s stunning out of wedlock birth rates. High male unemployment a terrifying drug epidemic, two different worlds similar outcomes. How did this happen ruling class would be deeply interested in the answer? But mostly they're not it'll have to be interested. It's easier to import foreign labor to take the place of native born Americans we're slipping behind but Republicans now represent rural voters they ought to be interested. And here's a big part of the answer male wages declined manufacturing, a male dominated industry, all the disappeared over the course of a generation all the remained in many places. The schools, the hospitals and both of them are traditional employers of women in many areas women subtly made more than met that before you plot that as a victory for feminism consider some of the effects study after study has shown that when men make less than women women generally don't want to marry them. Maybe they should wanna marry them. But they don't over big populations. This causes a drop in marriage. A spike in out of wedlock birds and all the familiar disasters that inevitably follow more drug and alcohol abuse, hiring crush ration- rates fewer families formed the next generation. This is not speculation. It's not propaganda from the event goals. It's social sites. We know. It's true. Which people at best of all. That's why they get married before they have kids that model works, but increasingly marriage is a luxury only the affluent in America can afford. And yet, here's the bewildering and infuriating part those very same affluent, married people. But once you make virtually all. Citizens in our society or doing pretty much nothing Delfi will below them. Get and stay married where people are happy to fight malaria in Congo. But working to raise men is wages, Dayton, Detroit. That's crazy. This is negligence on a massive scale debut with parties ignore the crisis in marriage are okay. So this world when the kick it up. I just did my real estate exam pass it. First time congratulate Shabri at the ice tea. Thank you very much. Give Abernethy ISD the credit. Yeah. I will give him the credit this time because there's a love discredit that could come with me as well. But this is where I'm going to kick in here that there is a was was and is Thomas country where the government saw on itself that you can enable the working class in that would seep up to the classes that rest upon it in a site. The real estate exam to say Fannie Mae, Freddie, MAC that we're going to get the government will after the depression. The government will guarantee home. Loans. Buff people who cannot put down forty percent in pay that loan over seven..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Probably doesn't explain how staying in Syria would benefit America doesn't appear to consider that relevant question or policing in the Middle East is always better, we know that virtually everyone in Washington agrees corporate tax cuts are also popular in Washington. Run the strongly on board. With those two is peace throws a rare compliment to Trump for cutting the corporate rate a year ago. That's not surprising. Romney spent the bulk of his business career at a firm, call being capital bane capital. All but invented what is now a familiar business strategy take over an existing company for a short period of time costs by firing employee's run up the debt extract, the wealth and move on sometimes leading retirees without their earn pensions. Rumney became fantastic rich doing this. Meanwhile, a remarkable number of the companies are now bankrupt where it stinks. This is the private equity model a ruling class sees nothing wrong with it. It's how they run the country. Iran refers to unwavering support for finance basic economy, and international as foreign policy as the mainstream Republican view, and he's right about that generations Republicans have considered their duty to make the world safe for banking while simultaneously prosecuting everyone foreign wars modern Democrats, generally support those schools disastrously their signs, however that most people do not support this agenda and not just here in America in countries around the world, France, resil-, Sweden, the Philippines. Germany, many others voter suddenly are backing candidates and ideas that would have been unimaginable just a decade ago, not isolated events which are watching is entire populations revolting against leaders who refused to improve their lives. So they're like this has been happening in our country for the past three years, don't Trump wrote assurance of popular discontent, all the way the White House. Does he understand the political revolution? The earnest can reverse the economic and cultural trends. That are destroying America. Those are open questions, but the less relevant than we think at some point Donald Trump will be gone the rest of us going to the country will remain what kind of country will it be? Then how do we want our grandchildren to live? Those are the only questions that the answer to the needs to be obvious. The overriding goal for America is more prosperity meeting cheaper consumer goods. But is that still true is anyone still believe that cheaper, iphones or more Amazon deliveries of plastic garbage from China or gonna make us happy? They haven't so far a lot of Americans are crowning and stuff and yet drug addiction suicide or depopulating large parts of the country in the health of the nation can be summed up in heating P is an idiot. The goal for America is both simpler and moral lucid than mere prosperity is happiness. There are a lot of ingredients in the happy dignity. Purpose of control independence above all. Deep relationships with other people. Those are the things that you want for your children there what our leaders should want for us and would want if they cared, but our leaders don't care. We are ruled by mercenaries who feel no long-term obligation to the people. They will their day traitors substitute teachers were just passing through. They have no skin in this game. And it shows they can't solve our problems. They don't even bother to understand our problems. What if it is lies our leaders? Tell us is that you can separate economics from everything else. That matters economics is a topic for public debate, family and faith in culture. Be while those are personal matters both parties believe this members of our educated upper middle classes now the backbone of the Democratic Party should describe themselves as fiscally responsible and socially moderate. In other words, functionally libertarian they don't care how you live as long as the bills are paid the markets function some of they don't see a connection between people's personal lives and the health of our economy or for that matter the country's ability to pay his bills as far as their concern..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"They're racer wash dot com just got in my ancestry, DNA and looking. Why is milk is one might say Daniel digital millennial shaking his head? Let's see what we got here. Let me let me go to the official stats. Sixty two percent England Wales in north western European. Twenty four percent Irish Scottish Germanic European eleven percent. Norway two percent of he's on me for separates by eastern. European and Russian. I guess one percent. Did you hear that one percent Russian amount? One potatoes and borsch raw Sheldon. Hey, our friends Prenton Dari. Darby managing editor. Br. Our Texas collusion collusion. And we got coach PO Silas poli in with us here with the 'nother episode in gonna kick off with. I mean, we can go into my DNA if you guys would like to. I mean, always knew that. I was I was up for the mid western settlement south south eastern. American southeastern American. Not south Moore about going to do. Charities not spitting the volume. I don't what's going on here. You realize those things are wildly inaccurate, right? You realize that just because it tells you I'm on the government list is that what you said like, so so it's not an accurate as far as trying to find a relative or something when it comes to DNA, give me a bunch my second thousands. When it reads to win when it comes to. When it comes to determining what reasons your ancestors from its pre those things get pretty off. I know where they're from not from New York because they got kicked out New York in Appalachia like most Irish Americans did in the tolerant northeastern United States now get outta here. Get down there palatial make some music and make some whiskey right more. Congratulations. I guess and then eventually welled up Natalie. We know that happened. Yeah. Because even the people in Kentucky. Hey lease clan. I know you're with us when we got kicked out of New York, but doesn't tolerant people, but you gotta get outta here. The end that we got kicked out in New York because of things that you guys didn't public. We're gonna send you to Abilene Texas Sierra later coach PLO, my six generations ago, circuit riders four John Wesley down below the cap rock. And that's how we wanted to hear me talking about. That this when my pastry your ancestors were with his hand. Liam brokers not that I know of yet. I haven't swapped my mouth to figure out. What all do you spend the volley spent like like a lot and announce trying to here? Hawkins trying to make G rated for radio. No, you just spit for. Yeah. That's what I did. Maybe that's why it's so Nassar. Okay. That's why it's enact how many people don't read the instructions and send him like something else. File. Can you imagine amid is hacking? You're swimming read the instruct, no. But I bet it's happened. Right. I think they're probably like, oh, this isn't it looks good. Well, listen, I start with DNA in the history of this country to start this episode. This sperm wanna go Tucker Carlson had a monologue on Fox News on this program. That's gone viral in. I think speaks not only to yesterday's past of whatever lease in trauma, the gotten kicked out of Kentucky. But to today it speaks to the. The higher class speaks to lower class in how that lower class Brandon Darby in this world when a really grind him with you how the lower class is not represented in American politics in how Donald Trump wrote in on that wave in where it lies today. Daniel the digital guru. Do you have that forest? Let's listen to for just a moment. Was an op Ed in the Washington Post, it savage, Donald Trump's character and leadership rone's attack and Trump's responses phoning on Twitter are the latest salvos in long standing personal feud between the two men seem impossible the is planning to challenge. Trump for the Republican nomination in twenty twenty. We'll see, but for now Rodney's piece is fascinating on its own terms, and what worth reading it's a window into how the people in charge in both parties, see our country. Romney's main complaint in the piece is that Donald Trump is material and divisive leader. That's true. Of course, the beneath the personal slights Romney has a policy. Critique of Trump is genuinely angry that Donald Trump might pull American troops out of the Syrian civil war..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Close out this edition the program. Brin Darby managing editor Breitbart, Texas, a coach Polk. Oh, coach phones wanna ask you work with kids all the time marijuana. Should it? Be legal. Forget them the distance side, just marijuana altogether. Legal or illegal based on what you see day to day. You know, I think based on what I see today and Kanda to go along the sides of of alcohol. I mean at one point alcohol was not legalized, you know, you had a Speakeasy and bootleggers all kinds of things like that. And shady Abernethy. I'd say we from what I've understood. He's shady and Abernathy. Yeah. Nate go but going, but he so I guess basically my point is should it be legalized. I think yes, I'm okay with the being legalized does there need to be an age for it. Yes. What's the age? I, you know, I think for me why not twenty one if alcohol is going to be twenty I'ma interrupting because I always thought about the manner SEO out. Yeah. Okay. I'm not gonna say w. Okay. Let's talk about this. Why do we make people wait to be twenty one before we left them by alcohol? That's a great question. We ought to be twenty one promotes shading lot. That's because we feel like they're not mature enough yet to make decisions like that into to handle it responsibly. But they are old enough to vote about it when not only that. But they're old enough to join the military who send him to war. Then that sounds bizarre to you does not never really think about it like. And I guess I would argue for like raising the age people could join the military. But then if we did that most people wouldn't join with their they will join a lot less options of military. I would think 'cause can you imagine these kids I guess going through and notch not being eligible anymore. I guess or. Twenty one if you raise it the twenty one let's say like, it just seems inconsistent to me that people. Well, we should let people or smoke powder, do whatever before the twenty one. It's like why? Because there's it's not enough, but they can go sign their life away and go to a war zone. I it's kind of weird right? Very weird. So if they're old enough to go to War, I us when enough to drink. They didn't ask me. But I I would I, but you say same train of thought he's the only one weird, right? I the only reason the only reason that I say twenty one is because that's the legal age of alcohol right now. Now, if they were at some point to bring the legal age of drinking down to eighteen I would be I mean, I think that whatever the age for alcohol is should also be the age for marijuana. And here's the deal to and Brandon kinda hinted on this earlier watching his grandfather struggled through a terminal illness is that I watched my mother die from lung cancer and some of the pain that she went through. And I and I just was thinking on. I remember thinking manner just be so nice to go if she could smoke a joint I mean 'cause it would be way better. And she would have a lot more in like, you said it it didn't prolong your grandfather's laugh, but it definitely added to the quality of his life lay on the rat. And that's what's so this is what's interesting about. Where it's where it's legal, right. And they're still exist where it's not legal. But it's because people smuggle it, right? There are things now like a vaporizer not a date ten but vaporizer and people put the marijuana in the vaporizer, and it turns out that you can he heated up to to the temperature with a t h c vaporizes, and you can breathe it in. But it doesn't burn the leaves. So there's no smoke so people with emphysema could utilize it people with with breathing problems or COPD. Could you lies it and not be smoking any any any burned combusted material under their lungs tar? No, none of that stuff. And it's legal. Also, then we talk about vape pens. Right. So each use like e cig, juice, or whatever they have it in that..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"I I have on. This is what I'm saying right now on the right is listened to go. Yeah. That's the best beautiful arguments for border security. I've never heard well part of the problem is going to say this to people in the right part of the problem is that when you talk about it or when Trump talks about it. They miss an opportunity to lay out the Amanda -tarian case for a secure border by focusing on a small percentage who are rapists or a small percentage who actually hiring criminals, you missed the helper -tunities when you adopt that language, and that's all you talk about you miss the ability to actually secure the border. If Trump came out of the gate talking back. I didn't talk that border with you half of the Democrats all the Republicans. It'd be like intellect secure. Yes, we need some barriers. Let's be more responsible. Yes. Taught. Let's talk about the issue. 'cause my message is a message of love. My message is a message that doesn't just you know, I don't put Christian metro curse all the time. I've been known to have sex out of wedlock. I haven't child and I'm not married all kinds of crazy things. I like drinking scotch, and and if I go to California, I maybe would get high. I don't know I don't profess to be sanctified or whatever. But I tell you what I do take very seriously right is I'm aware of the fact that we're talking about those people showed up at our border. The vast majority of them are the poorest of the poor. I spent two days with that caravan and in Tijuana, and when I was with that caravan interviewing those people and talking with people all the kids I've met who were imitator eleven to twelve year old range. Look like they were six years old why would benefit and if they were six and other people on line he would benefit more if they were younger, but that's how they were. Why did they look that way? They look that way. Because where they're coming from. They don't have nutrition. You don't have enough food and it wasn't. They're not starving by now they have tacos and food the being given. But it's a lifetime of nutritional deficit of the nutrient deficit. And that's why those kids look that way. Does that mean that we should have on the parent? I pay my daughter's health care my health care. I understand as a tax payer that we can't let the whole world come here. I get it. I'm not saying we should. But what I'm saying is that when we don't put crystal in your profile, and then talk about those people like they're like, they're scammer dogs trying to come here that need to be civil right? Don't do that. Because you're gonna stand before God someday, he's gonna tell you. He's going to say, I was hungry, and you didn't feed me I with cold, and he didn't give me cover me up. I was in prison, and you didn't visit me he's going to go back to preach at. And that's why I prefaced it with who..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Our friends coach PO here in studio as well as Brandon Darby managing editor of Breitbart, Texas. We started this with medicinal marijuana in begin to we're going to get back to them. Initial side. But to the drug side, Brandon Darby during the break, we're sitting here, you're making our is just roll over talking about disappearances in the struggle war folks that are disappearing in mass graves talk to us a little bit about that. Well, first off we devalue, and I'm going to say we get mad like you're talking about you call me a racist racist. But I'm telling you that we as a country, especially our journalists in our editors, but we as a nation. We we obviously see less value in Mexicans lives than we do. And our lives are than we do in the lives of people in Africa are the lives of people in the Middle East. We have entire an entire, you know, half of the democrat party out of the Republican party several generals most of the. Area. Right now is upset that were pulling out of Syria because those poor people what ISIS does to them what Mexican cartel some cartels in particular are dealing in Mexico is verifiably exponentially worse than what ISIS does. And we don't even care and the elderly solution to that that I could come up the only answer, the why that is is that we just don't value people in Mexico, like we just think they're less than you know, if we knew that there were dogs being treated that way hundred miles away or three hours away, we would be in an uproar. But when it's when it's Mexican being treated that way, five and a half hours away from here. And that's what it is. We we don't care, and we just don't care the country. And that's really sad to me. It's it's it's a very exciting. Some we're talking about Mexico the numbers every take just since two thousand nine okay? In Mexico's cartel wars. They call it Mexican drug were I don't know that that's totally accurate to call it that but primarily drug were. But in the in the wars with cartels, we have seen roughly with estimates vary between two hundred and two hundred and fifty thousand people who have been murdered in Mexico in this cartel war. We'll talk about the cartel war. We're talking about foulland's upon thousands of people's bodies discovered. Mass graves we're talking about over fifty thousand missing people. Now, the government of Mexico says, oh, it only it only affects people who are involved in the drug trade it, and that's just not true. It's not true. There are some areas where that's true, and there are many areas works, not true. Mexico is a place with thirty thirty two districts re reference states. So they're more accurate rates to say thirty one states and one federal district over half of those st-. States are not under control of the federal government. They are controlled by paramilitary transnational criminal groups, we call cartels when Mexico wants to do something about them. They don't send the police or the FBI or D H S agents. They have to send their marines. Deftest sender navy? They have to sing their army. They have to travel in the listen to me they have to travel it, and they have to do police actions with armored vehicles and military convoys. That's what we're dealing with. When they get into conflicts with the local criminals, it is at a bunch of people shooting thirty eight thousand they're dealing with RPG's. They're dealing armored vehicles to that the criminals have armed. I mean, this is the kind of it is it is a war zone a lot of places in Mexico right now. And that's what we're dealing with. And a lot of those places are long and appeared in Mexico calls at their from Tara that's the border region. A lot of those places. Along the Mexican border some places not so much someplace as quite peaceful, some places it's really not peaceful some places the cartels are much more professional something is there. A better more gang bangers and kill everybody. Even if they're innocent. And so some places the cartels are very professional. Most of the senior level aligned groups are very professional, and they don't allow their violence to spill over the Gulf cartel..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"So that answered my I was going to go back to if the port's entry are the major carriers of drugs Hauer, the the major carriers. Drugs, and it's a bayton switch. No. So this isn't ports of entry. This is this. So so, okay. So you've made the argument that no injuries again, that's a different issue because Boorda patrolling the not deal with ports of entry border patrol deals with. Okay. So CB p which is okay. There's department of homeland security under department of homeland security many offices one of them agencies. One of them is customs and border protection. CD p. Okay. C P is divided into two cbp has the office aboard a patrol and the office of field operations the office of border patrol deals with inbetween ports of entry office of field operations and CB p officers customs officer, the people who are at the ports of entry. That's who deals with ports of entry now border patrol agents. And then cussed the customs officers don't deal with in between ports of entry. So what we're talking about people coming in between ports of entry. That's a separate deal entirely. Whether talk. About drugs or migrants that it is at ports of entry. Now, we're talking about customs customs officers we're talking about the office of field operations. So it's a totally different deal. So we're talk about drugs coming through ports of entry. How they do that as a different deal than how groups get drugs across members eleven percent of the heroin that comes in the US. It's still a significant amount of airland. Right. You know, twenty seven percent of the cocaine that comes in the US is still a significant amount of cocaine. Twenty percent of the methamphetamine that comes in the US is still a significant amount of methamphetamine that mean. In fact, look at it this way, if you look at if you take a hundred a hub your drug addicts in Lubbock, which we for surely have and you take a hundred people that to to heroin or damalf amphetamine. And you you ask their families would now we're talking about hundreds and hundred thousands of people who love those hundred drug addicts. And you say, hey. Twenty twenty twenty of that hundred twenty people are gonna aren't gonna dive in overdoses, we 'cause we we cut off the supply, you know, only eighty your diet, right? Like those. That's that's pretty significant to those twenty families right to those twenty p addicts families and have any people that impact. So so there's still a lot of drugs coming in between perch of entry just not in comparison with what comes at ports of entry. He Brandon Darby coach pose we wrote wrong. So I say I didn't mean to do that. I am. So these are analytical things, I think about talk about on the other side. But it drives me insane. Because like in my situation, I like to write a around news or like to do radio, but I really don't like to do TV because the the platform of television doesn't doesn't unless it's PBS or something like you you have to talk and thirty second sound bites and you can't accurately talk about a complex issue. Thirty seconds. Celebrate. Is, but the majority of we have some very serious our government shutdown right now for the most part, we have some very serious public policy discussions to have. But the majority is being driven by television and just being a policy decisions and policy advocacy is being done via television, the thirty second sound bites and the reality about the border the realities that we all need to know, our car, not realities that fit in thirty seconds soundbites that like the the facts are there are a lot of facts that Democrats would like in a lot of facts that Republicans would like there's a lot of facts Republicans that don't benefit the Republican narrative, and a lot of facts that benefit the democrat narrative, they're punks of the border that are safe. There are parts of the border that are very dangerous. There are aspects. I mean, we could go there are there are migrants who cross who are really good people trying to feed their families, and there are migrants who cross your are previously deported and convicted sex offenders who served ten years for raping children. These things are both true at the same. Time there are segments of our society that are helped by there being legal immigration, and there are segments of our society and our economy that are.

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"So that might need to change. But it doesn't take away from it. But if you say like, well, you know, we need to build that wall to stop all the legal immigrants well out of the eleven hundred per day who are coming across roughly half of those people requesting asylum. So even if you built the wall all the way to the moon, and you consider that in the state of Texas were most of the people are coming roughly nine hundred two thousand of those eleven hundred per day inter Texas in in one sector, the Rio Grande valley sector, and you consider that the area where that wall is is already existing the fence. The barrier. And where there are planning on building. It's forty yards to up to one mile into the interior of the United States. That doesn't change people coming onto US soil requesting asylum. So you can't reduce you can you can slow down the people trying to sneak into the country illegally that it's not gonna stop. You know, you know, roughly five to six hundred of the people coming in between ports of entry per day requesting asylum. How many of those that's not going to change the how many those people sneaking in the Brandon Darby or sneaking in drugs. Well, that's the thing. So generally, that's not what happened. So people illegal immigrants are not generally smuggling drugs. What's generally happening? Is it depends on what we're talking about on the board of their nine sectors, all of those nine sectors have at least one different criminal group. They're dealing with possibly two or three. We all call them cartels. Like if we were to go to Arizona. It's common knowledge that that the Arizona border is run by these Sima level cartel, right? But if you really look at the facts, it's run by a group. Cutler Salazar and another group called most members both of those cartels, those those regional criminal groups pledge allegiance to the scene alot cartel. So they are considered seen alot of federation lower cartel groups that they are actually two independent groups who are actually ROY with each other. Right. So there's there's all these this nuance in detail. But if we were to go to the to the Texas side, and we were going to the Rio Grande valley sector, you have less Athas, and you have the Gulf cartel. And and what those groups do is those groups do not allow people to come through. Migrants to come through and less. Those migrants are paying them a lot of money, which the migrants usually don't have. So then what they do is they identify relative back home in the village where the migrants firm, they say, hey, we have somebody there. We know that your grandma is who you're you're athlete that we know who your who your mom is your sister. As an if you send us if you don't pay us the ten grand to cross the border. We're going to kill your family or rape your family. So what happens is those migrants come into the biggest smuggled into the US, and then they sent payments every two weeks via Western Union or the Luda have whatever mechanism back to those criminal groups. So now, we have a situation where with us at this and with the Gulf cartel. We have a situation where the two dominant factions of both cartels actually, make as much more from the legal immigration and and from asylum system, then they make from their Connex now. So they have in fact, become illegal. Immigration or asylum refugee cartels, right? And and so that that's what they do is. They store up people in the White House and like the Reno's affection of the Gulf cartel. Los metros, those store up people in warehouse in the okay, we're going to get these people in all the way to Houston or whatever. But but these people were going to get these women and children who want asylum, and we're going to we're going to dump on this section of the border and tell him the cost at this time. And then when all of the agents get pulled off the rest of the border to go and process this women and children, then we're gonna get our drug load through over here. So that's really the way that works out. So it's more like the migrants are being used as pawns bayton switch obeyed. Switch a classic bait. And switch. Yeah..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Well, it that would stop about eleven percent of the heroin in the United States. Eighty nine percent of comes through parts of injury. According to our own government, eighty nine eighty nine and. You know, when we talk about illegal immigration right now, we have roughly I think on average in two thousand eighteen we had on average. We had eleven hundred apprehensions per day. That means people that came in between ports of entry illicitly into our country. Not not legitimately are not through a legitimate. Port of entry is a better way to say. You know and half of the people listening right now are like do you mean legal's in? No because not all of them were legal like our law says that if you come onto our soil and request asylum to the first agent, you see that is not illegal. That is not an illegal entry. According to our law to congress has established now, the executive branch, and and DHS is saying, well, we decided that the only way that applies if you come into a port of entry. That's not what congress wrote in the law. So again, this is one of the tricky things where the president does not write laws and neither neither do DHS. They enforce laws, and and they do not right Roz. That's not how it works in our country. But I think people forget that when it comes when it's something we've worked right like if you're on the right? And you you weren't people who come into the country between ports of entry to be a legal aliens. Well, some of them are coming legally and would be considered illegal aliens people who come across. To claim asylum or to request asylum or not considered illegal aliens by law. You might think they should be in. That's fine. If you think that I think we should not allow people to come in between ports of entry as well. But that does not just because I feel like it doesn't mean that. That's what the laws that congress passed in the way that our our our aside on the refugee laws are written. That's not how they're reading..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Back on other side of Texas have our friend Brandon Darby, managing editor of Breitbart, Texas and coach PO in studio is we roll along here in brand Darby we're talking about medicinal marijuana. And we've made the case here for. Whether or not it should be legal in then how it's broad in developing head coach Afo talk about some students and school problems with it. But here's where I wanted to bring you in the conversation, Brandon on a different front people say if we controlled the border better would be able to control marijuana better. Give listeners idea of what that means that my ensure it's not really true now. I mean, now must've the must of the drugs, you know, this is where everything gets really complicated and people get mad at me on the right when I talk about this because they your first off I am a proponent of building physical barriers on the border with Mexico in areas where they're needed Stiller concrete. There. I would probably go with steel. I I don't think it's good for our agents on the border or for border security that we can't see what's on the other side. You know, especially considering the types of incidents, we have you know, if people were throwing rocks or or other devices over the wall would probably be good to be able to respond instead of having to just take cover all the time. And not know where it's coming from and not be able to do anything back. So it's probably a good idea to to be able to see through it, which would kind of mean, it's really offense. But that's not the point. The point is is that even though I am a proponent of it a lot of the reasons that I hear people say that they are proponent of. It are reasons that facts don't the facts don't support that. It would resolve the issue for instance, marijuana. The only drive there comes across the border in between ports of entry right now. Like. On a large scale is marijuana. And it's marijuana. The very few people on a smoke most heavy drugs most cocaine of methamphetamine most most heroin comes across the southwest border. That's the southern border with US Mexico border at ports of entry either either on trains or in in vehicles or in people are on people. That's how the vast majority of of hard drugs come across the border. The majority of Fenton hill is sent is comes from China, and the majority of it is sent through Canada and that enters the United States via parcel that's mail in through the mail service. Right. Whether it's private or public, and that's according to the to the two thousand eighteen drug enforcement agencies national drug threat assessment, they put out the two thousand eighteen factor. Very similar to the two thousand seventeen DA national drug threat assessment. And they tell there's a sector everyone can Google that and you know, DA national drug threat assessment. And then there's a section for each substance. And it says transportation, and then tells you how the majority of it gets into the United States. So if you say I wanna build a wall to stop the heroin..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"But how predominant is though? I mean, you work junior high and high school how often do you see this? Well, I every ten kids out. I would say ever attitude, it'd probably have. And you know, I work at a district that drug tests, and that's one of the things that it's tested for. And so it's not uncommon to have that comeback on a drug test. In the kids have to miss time athletic time for recreational drug use. I guess. Okay. So what has the time? But how do you find through drug tests that you find out shirt and another way kids are smarter? So their social media news put they elected show on their snapshots or Instagram or whatever that's one of the big ways and their coach as you're watching this. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Since then put it up. Yep. So you can feel drug tests or you can throw step chip tests. There are a lot smarter with the way they do their Snapchat now, but both could happen. In. So you think half the town. I do and I am not Adleman undermine even be low. I don't know. So I think for sure. It's out there. It's never school. It's probably, you know, a lot of the parents who think their kids aren't involved with it. They probably are to some extent and. It's I don't know. Maybe I'm just naive. But it seems way more accessible now than it was when I was in school. Why are you think I think because there was still kind of a negative connotation to it when I was at school getting caught with it? There was kind of this. I think healthy fear of consequences that would come from it. So a lot of people wanted to stay away from it. And now, there's a kids are tricky, man. Like, they think that they can get around the system and beat the system and you'll you'll see kids even now. Shock to school with somebody else's urine. In case, there's a drug test, and these are sixteen seventeen eighteen year old kids that are thinking I could do this and not get caught and you'll you'll have kids. Go and ask another kid. I can I have some of your p. Is is is marijuana legal in is illegal another. No. But yet marijuana's not legal here yet even with illegal. There's a percentage of kids who do it. Right. And like we talked about the gills and the vaping. I have the theory. Like, I wonder you know, when I was younger, I started smoking. And now, I quit smoking. But I wonder if the kids that the rise in vaping. I wonder if that's kids who would otherwise be smoking cigarettes, you know. And if that's the case, then it's a good thing that there's a rise in vaping right instead of a rise in smoking. You know, if you think about it like so I've under some of this stuff because like what I'm hearing is that even though it's illegal kids who went access to marijuana all have access to it. Right. I mean, I would say anybody who works access to anything's gonna find it and get it somehow. He let's cut there. I wanna get into poor to entry are with Brandon Darby, not an argument, but hear him talking about ports of entry how they play into this. It'd take a quick break right back here on the other side texts. Smut ninety six from now from the studios buddy, Holly became.

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"But if I were to go to Colorado or California or DC probably would because I think it's pleasurable know, and I would think if I were in significant pain take in abbey perfect in Tylenol. In addition with marijuana would probably be a better alternative than than taking opiates of fake. So I I have a lot of complex feelings out. I remember grandfather when he was dying. You know, he he got to a point where he couldn't along eat because of his chemo, and he. He could not eat and they were about to have to put a tube in his belly. And you know, we're Cajun. So like it eating is a big part of our family. And so I talked to this was many years ago, many decades ago now as early twenties nine in early forties, but I talked him into marijuana and he agreed to and he was over eating and didn't prolong his life. But it definitely kept feeding to the laying that helped him be able to eat. So, you know, there are those medicinal cases of innocent portent. And there are probably the majority of people who just want to get hired. I think that's probably better than what we do right now to get a buzz on which is to use a drug called alcohol to do that. There are some implications for Mexico that we get into that later how so let's get into it. Now brought okay. So for many years Mexican marijuana, which is known as swagger known as is dirt weed is not very good. It's grown outside. It's not. What had reportedly grown like a lot of US marijuana is now. For years that was a very profitable crop for for Mexicans and for Mexican criminal groups, we call them transnational criminal organizations other people calling cartels as the more colloquial term in and as we began to decriminalize marijuana in the United States and people began to grow very sophisticated marijuana nicer marijuana Heidrun or have you call it? Mexican we go outdoors is no longer something that people really wanted. And so what happened is became very difficult for cartels to make money from marijuana. So what they did was they did two things one is some cartels like the Gulf cartel. The set us turned to migrant-smuggling and began to promote migrant-smuggling in an effort to replace their profits for marijuana and which participated in leading up to why we have the problem we have right now. Another thing that happened as Mexicans began to stop using their fields for marijuana cultivation, and they begin to grow poppy. And poppy in Mexico the hair that began to produce heroin instead of marijuana because they couldn't make money for marijuana. And none of the marijuana that the heroin that comes from Mexico black tar, and it's not very good. So because it isn't very good. It can't compete with Asian opiates or have your pharmaceuticals. So the Mexican cartels began to use Fenton hill in their heroin. And here we are today with a massive problem with people overdosing on a heroines a lot more available because of that because the criminals they wanna and be Fenton hill is killing a lot of people people are overdosing because Mexican cartels are using it to make their swag hair. Groen more powerful. So it it has a lot of implications. But again, I mean, you know, we have a lot of people whose lives have run because they were with jewelry or because they were caught with marijuana. And so there's a there's consequences either way what we do. But, but those are one of the consequences, and I say that as someone who thinks it should be criminalized. There are consequences to dependent allies. And no it determined not quences just got done, listen them. But one of the things that, you know, people often say, especially the libertarian crown is say well. You know, Mexico's problems and migration would be stopped. If if we just ended the drug war, and that's just not true when we ended the some of the war on their one..

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"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"brandon darby" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Big week ahead of us here is we get into all we're mid week at this point. And we have our friends coach. Oh, how's it going and Brandon Darby bright mart, Texas? Nothing. That's not yet. Okay. I'm saving up. My my entrance has to be granted have Brandon. Darby Breitbart, Texas at guys there. Got plenty to get into his. We get hit in this episode here. One to start with the medical marijuana discussion as we get into the Texas legislature Gojko chime in as you will this is where we begin today, the Texas Tribune in their peace Joshua rains worried about going to his sons concert in December not because of his son. But because he himself would be sitting amongst throngs at people, which was sure to raise his anxieties. Ultimately, he decided to go, but it wasn't long before the army veterans hand begin shaking, a seizure warning. He smoked a cigarette outside but quickly realized that that wasn't the comfortable the comfort he sought. So he left the concert early return to his Parker county home in turn on his cannabis. They pipe Brennan Darby is it time for marijuana medical marijuana in Texas of well, you know, I I think the majority of people who want medical marijuana are probably people who just wanna get high. And I think that some of them are people who really rent medical marijuana. I know quite a few who are in situations where they do smoke nirvana or utilize marijuana for chronic conditions. But also a lot of people who just wanna get high and have medical marijuana cards and other states into that I say so what if they just wanna get high let them get high. I think it would be much better for our society people hung out and. Slumped to join and you know, create Bongos like Matthew, mcconaughey dead or preferably with their clothes on and not like he did for you. He don't remember. He he gotten arrested because police alarm went off at his house many years ago over a decade ago. When police entered his house, they found he and another guy friend naked playing Bongos high and they arrested him, and then it got thrown out a court. But I to that I say that's probably better than what happens if we go to number bars here in Lubbock where we go out and getting the fistfight drunk, and then get a DUI and kill people. I don't I don't have a problem with marijuana. I think that you know, like, I I'm generally not a user because of work I do with law enforcement nab done and friendships, and I don't want to. I don't want to. You know, make those guys feel betrayed..

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