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Candace Cameron Bure Reveals the Reason She Quit Hallmark
"The actor Candace Cameron beret is facing backlash now why would an actress face backlash? What did she do? Did she make some anti you name it comment? What did she do did she say men do not give birth? Which can definitely get you. Blacklisted, fun can use the term in Hollywood. No, let's find out. She's facing backlash following her recent comments about her new TV project that she said will prioritize portraying traditional marriage. That is bad news. Cameron bure, 46th, the former full House star showing you ever watch full House. And yes, you did too. All of you did, good. I'm sorry. Oh, you went to school with her? Wow. Made the remarks in a recently published interview with The Wall Street Journal magazine, a reporter asked whether great American family, the new cable network she joined after she left the hallmark channel this year, would feature same sex couples as leads in Hollywood movies. According to the journal, Cameron beret said, no. I think that great American family will keep traditional marriage at the core, she told the magazine. On its social media pages, great American family describes its programming as quote celebrating faith, family and country.
"candace" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show
"And that could be the case with a lot of things like a lot of people and I'm not saying Candace did this but in politics you have the situation of people are kind of bad and again not Trump or Candace in this situation but you have people that are bad but they provide others with the things that help them get further in life. They provide them with more money more power, more control more influence. And so even though they're bad, they still get propped up by the people around them because the people around them are benefiting. And the people around them will watch the bad leaders chop and chop and chop and attack all the people around them and they stay with them until they're the one who gets put on the chopping block. And that's really how a lot of human nature is, especially in politics. So it's probably why I just don't like it. I could tell you guys a million stories of just strange interactions that I've had, unfortunate interactions, but at the end of the day, I just have decided I want my schedule and the people in my life and my community to be really positive and forward thinking people that see the nastiness of politics but understand, you know what? We've still got to be involved because we were blessed with this amazing republic and so we're going to have our role in it, but we're not going to get caught up in that toxic behavior that you often see in the political industry. You know what I mean? There's a difference between being local and involved in your community and caring about the future of your country and then getting wrapped up separately in the toxicity of the political industry, big difference. But let's get back to that video. That's unacceptable. That is not being a leader that is not owning things that you did wrong, but it's not owning that you misunderstood something about your base. That's not growing, that's not developing. In fact, he should have tried to understand why the base was so upset with him, which would have led to the fact that his base is not pro COVID vaccine. It's that simple. I understood that. I could have told him that, but at that moment I realized that he's not listening.
"candace" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show
"I'm curious to see now that a lot of time has passed from this interview what his view on all of this is now and he's going to have to address it if he runs for president. So that will be an interesting conversation that a lot of the conservative movement has to focus on of like what is our phrasing moving forward if we have a precedent that says certain things about the vaccine while a lot of us are actually very against it. That's one thing that caught my attention and then the next is he says the ones who got vaccinated aren't dying and that you're safe if you get the vaccine. Again, that has proven to be wrong. There's information out there showing that people actually are dying more often with the vaccine now and let's just say nobody who didn't get the vaccine is really regretting not having gotten it, but there's a lot of people that regret having gotten the vaccine and then of course the thing that really freaked me out is he then starts trying to justify the military mandate for the vaccine trying to reference historical context to it and to me that's just absolutely absurd, especially and again with time having passed, I wonder if he would still say something like that now that we've seen the impact and the damage caused by the vaccine mandate in the military and with every other industry that we've seen it in. So that's all happening. But let's now break down what Candace said recently. So again, this interview that I just shared with you guys is from 2021 after Trump left office. This video now that I'm showing you came out a handful of days ago on Candace's show with the daily wire where she kind of breaks it down and she expresses her frustrations with a few things. And I'm not sharing this because I'm like on Candace's side or Trump's like whatever. I just think I really do believe primaries are really important and I believe that we've got a lot of messes in the conservative movement and if we put more attention into having these harder conversations with nuance and with honesty and like I hope I don't seem like I'm being all feisty or mean or aggressive or anything right now. I hope that you can see where I'm coming from on this of like I really just hope we can have this kind of conversation and see where it brings us. That's why I'm showing you this. I was really just interested in the fact that like, wow, this is quite strange happening right now. So I'll play you the Candace clip in just a second, but first you have all helped build my pillow into the incredible company
"candace" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show
"You're trying to influence all the people that are watching you debate online. Think of all the people that are viewing your conversation in the comments. Think of all the people that are scrolling by it and witnessing you, maybe argue with somebody else, they are the third viewer, I believe, is what she calls them. And you're trying to influence their mind because you're probably not going to change the mind of the person that you're arguing with in the comment section or debating online, whatever it ends up being. But if you were a toxic communicator, then you are just going to freak people out and turn them away from you. And so as we get into this, what is looking to be quite a hostile conversation online in our own movement, I just encourage you to really be somebody that emulates a core purpose that is bigger than these small issues in our movement that are really self centered and instead keeping the big picture in mind the future of the republic, a serious serious tone. So moving on from that, we should address the one thing that's really been going viral from these conversations that are starting to be had online. We have a section from Candace Owens show with the daily wire, where she discusses her frustration with Trump. And in no way is she ditching Trump. Not at all, but she brings up the fact that she really cares about certain things, one of those things is vaccine mandates and the strange connection between these companies and our government and our politicians, stuff that we are all very concerned about, right? Now Candace is a young mother. I'm not, but I feel like a mama bear about a lot of this kind of stuff with the FDA and the things that they approved to go into our children's bodies. I'm very passionate about it. And so I was very passionate about the vaccine and I still am and I'm highly against vaccine mandates. So Candace, as this Trump versus desantis stuff was starting to rise over the last couple of weeks, post midterm elections and as breaks down a discussion that she had with Trump in a previous interview. If you guys don't remember this, I'll play you the clip right now, but Candace gave Trump a very fair interview and this is what he ended up saying.
Candace Owens: Donald Trump Needs to Exercise More Humility
"So now Candace Owens is out there and Candace Owens is taking some shots at president Trump, cut number two plays. Eventually he was like, yeah, I'm so mad at Candace. I'm so mad at Candace and this got back to me that he was upset with me that he was angry at me and the next time that I saw him, he was quite rude to me. He was actually rude to me. I'm telling you this personal story because I think it is something that made me for the first time question him as a person. So you have an individual that spent years defending you, right? And that individual gave you a completely kind and fair interview. You said something yourself that your base didn't like. And you somehow transform that into something that I did wrong. That's unacceptable. That is not being a lead at Trump needs to take a good look in the mirror and he needs to take a good look in the room and he needs to read the room accurately. He needs to take a look at those that are around him that are inspiring this paranoia and making him believe that everyone's out to get him, including his friends. And he needs to exercise a tiny bit more humility when he gets something wrong. Trump is not perfect. I'm not perfect. I get things wrong. I edit, I say, thank you guys for bringing me this new information. I hadn't realized that. And there's still a period where he could transform, but I think the results of last night's election, which are still coming in show that we aren't sure. And he's not sure and therefore we aren't sure. All right,
"candace" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Hey Bible readers and it's Tara Lee and since you're here listening to me on a podcast, I'm so excited to share with you that I'm hosting another podcast. This time, I'll be hosting season one of the Candace Cameron bure podcast alongside Candace. In season one, we're talking all about the Trinity, father son and spirit, and we'll be working through my Bible study called he's where the joy is getting to know the captivating God of the Trinity. You can listen and watch the podcast even if you don't buy the book or do the Bible study. But we do think that would be helpful. So if you want to get a copy, you can pick that up at Candace dot com. Today, I want to give you a little sneak peek into our first episode where Candace and I are talking all about the Trinity analogies we've heard and whether they're good, bad, helpful or harmful. If you like what you hear and I hope you do, you can watch or listen to the Candace Cameron bure podcast at Candice dot com or wherever you find your podcast. We'll be dropping 12 episodes over the course of a few months starting tomorrow. November 1st, and I'd love for you to join us. Here's the sneak peek. To really like, I would really like you. I kind of want to know if you heard any other analogies that good ones or bad ones. And then I'd like you to actually give us some real wisdom. Some thoughts on that. Yeah, so I've heard those. Those are popular analogies. I've also heard an egg, there's the shell, there's the white, there's the yolk, where it's like a clover with three leaves, and it's a clover, but at each of these, so one of the hard things about this is every analogy is going to fall short somewhere and know every analogy is going to do some kind of injustice to the fullness of who God is because there's nothing on earth like the Trinity. And so any way that we try to dumb it down, it is helpful to us, but it can also be harmful because one of the words that is thrown around in christiandom is heresy, but as it relates to the Trinity, a heresy would be anything that's fundamentally denies an aspect of who got is. And so one of the, one of the heresies, one of the untruths about who God is. And this is where the water analogy will be most relatable, I think. Is that God is father, son, and spirit. All at the same time. Whereas the water analogy means it's can only be water or it can only be steam or it can only be ice in the moment. And so when we try to transfer an overlay that analogy onto who God is, that's where we get this idea that God, like a lot of people, if they read the story of scripture, might be inclined to think that God was the father and then he became the son and then he became the spirit that he shifted modes. Yes, whereas that's not the story scripture tells. The story scripture tells us that all three simultaneously eternally exist and are all three together. I know, right? It's like insane. And it's just so beautiful because well, if you think about if God were singular and I'm sure we'll talk about this more throughout the podcast episodes. But if God were just singular, he wouldn't be able to be love, because you have to have other to love. And there has to be an object of your love for YouTube, so God would not be able to be eternally love if he weren't triune. If there weren't three persons of the one true God, he wouldn't be able to have to there would be no way for him to be loved. You're already blowing my mind. I love him. I mean, I could just sit on that. I hope you enjoyed that little sneak peek into my conversation with.
Why Charlie Doesn't Think Kanye West Is a True Anti-Semite
"I'm not sure how up to date you are with what's been going on with Kanye West and his interview with Tucker Carlson. Very hard to keep up with it. His interview with Tucker Carlson and Cuomo and the podcast, but I was wondering, what are your thoughts on what? He had to say about the media and politics in general and specific on what are your thoughts on him and Candace Owens in the white lives matter t-shirts. Also, do you believe that or do you believe that Donald Trump was a good president why or why not? Okay, that's a lot of questions. Let me start with the easiest I wrote a whole book saying Trump was a good president. So yes, definitely believed that. And he was a great president, economically, American strength, energy independent, all that sort of stuff. So I wrote a whole book on that. So I will answer the most controversial part of the question intentionally because it's important that people are honest. So I don't love the way what Kanye said, but I do not think that Kanye is an anti semite, because I'm a behaviorist. And I have never seen Kanye ever treat someone who is Jewish without respect or honor or decency. That's a very important thing, which is, okay, should he have said what he said? That's debatable and questionable. However, the outrage from people to cancel him and throw him out the window. I asked the question is, how is he treated people that are Jewish and across the board? He's treated them very well. Such says a lot before you start all of a sudden going to the rafters and saying he's the worst person ever because of what he said. And I think it could obviously have been worded differently. I had the opportunity to spend some time with him. Over a summer. And that was a whole whirlwind of time that was back in 2018 or 19. And I found him to be an incredibly decent and loving father. And so I think a lot of these characters slanders and smears against him are wrong and awful and from people that I've never met him. So that was kind of the first answer to that. The second thing is he's undoubtedly one of the most talented artists of a generation. His communication style is not for everyone. He says things that people don't like. Okay, that happens a lot in life, stop taking yourself so seriously instead of understand this is someone who's worth multiple billions of dollars that is now speaking out against a couple things. What he calls a genocide in the black community, which is regular abortion, that's a very serious thing he's speaking out against. And he's also talking about liberating this idea that you must believe a certain thing because your skin color.
Did You Really Care About George Floyd?
"Patrice colors buying $20 million houses and stuff. These people, these people, I hope that God deal with these people. But then George Floyd's family, where are y'all been, George Floyd, whole life? For y'all being? I'm not gonna get mad at his daughter because she's a little kid. But the baby mama, where y'all been when big Floyd was doing them drugs in the streets. Y'all didn't give a flying flip about him because he wasn't nobody to you. Maybe your baby daddy, but what would y'all worry out at when he was alive? How many of y'all was checking on him? According to Candace documentary, his roommates said, since the father, 8 years of some he was living in the house, they haven't seen a single-family member. Come over George because see how George Floyd with George Floyd was doing. They ain't nobody came to this house and see how he was doing. And checked on him and cared about him. Enough to see him physically. They never seen nobody. Mama, daddy, cousin. Everybody want money right now. They ain't seen them. Ain't seen liquor. And now Kanye West, you know, a lot of people talk about George Floyd. But when Kanye West do it, another black man, y'all suing. Ain't that funny? Is it that funny? I haven't seen them file a lawsuit against nobody, but Kanye West. Because they know he got money and he another brother and y'all want to sue another brother. Ain't that funny. Black Lives Matter don't you want to sue the only black man is talk about you want to sue him. I don't know why they I don't know why people being fake. Man, of course, it's a money grab. You can get 250 million. I mean, you can carry nothing about George Floyd. I mean, his life is more valuable, dead than he was alive. Unfortunately, nobody knew about George Floyd in and out of prison. Nobody cared about him. And he dies and he gets 5 funerals, a gold casket, during COVID, he got a Plaza where they killing people at, they still thugging in his Plaza, killing each other in the Plaza where George Floyd names on. The autonomous zone.
The Mental Decline of Joe Biden
"I want y'all to listen to the clip of Joe Biden. I will get ready in a second. I don't want to spoil it for you guys and tell you that what Joe Biden said, but you know, if you think about a mental decline, this is the mental decline that you're looking for. They always talk about Trump. It's Trump capable. Trump did not. Trump was. You know, Trump didn't have gaffes like this. Listen to Joe Biden. September alone, prices up 0.4%. That is way up from the performance and the reading in August. It suggests. Let me start off with two words. Made in America. Made in America. Wow. She's bad at math.
It Doesn't Matter What People Think
"I'm sick of these fake politicians. I'm sick of these crybaby politicians. I'm sick of them, I'm sick of them sick of them. One of my last callers that may mention JK made mention that it doesn't matter if Trump is a racist or not. And you know, some people that have low emotional intelligence, they can't, they can't consciously accept the fact that other people may not like you. They may be racist against you. Who cares? As long as their actions are not negatively affecting you, I don't care what you think in your mind. Some people may think they want to try me. But until you actually try me, I don't care what you thinking in your mind. It don't mean nothing but a hill of beans to me if you think you big and tough and you want to try brain and Tatum when you see him in public. It doesn't matter to me. What's the point? If you think it, man, you pull up on me. You want to try something. You're going to lose miserably, but that's a different story. Versus thinking in the actions that you take, they try to read the minds of people and say, this person is a racist, this person's racist. Man, you know what, I don't care if you like me or not. I do not care. That's like if I went to a donut shop and a person in like black people. I don't care what you like. Give me these donuts. You know what I'm saying? Give me the donuts. I don't care if the chef at stake 44 here in Phoenix. If he's a racist, are you gonna cook that dry aged rib eye medium rare or not? As long as you're at as long as you are not acting, I don't care what you think. And to be honest, ladies and gentlemen, we don't know what half of these people think it ain't mine. We don't know what people think.
New Debate Drama Emerges in Race for Arizona Governor
"Katie Hobbs of the state of Arizona. The wackiest candidate since Martha mcsally, 'cause I ain't gonna lie. Martha receipt was a Republican and I think she wanted to whack his candidates that there were out there. I don't know how she was when she first was in office or whatever, but towards the end when she ran against she end up losing against Mark Kelly and losing against I forget the other lady's name now. She had to lose them both sentence seats. Kyrsten sinema. How does one person lose both sentences? She was already appointed by deducing because of the death of McCain, she ended up losing that seat when it was up for reelection. When she was up for reelection, and then she ended up running against Mark Kelly and losing Allen. She literally lost both seats. You can not be a quality candidate and do that. But Katie Hobbs is have to be the worst candidate that I've ever seen. This lady refused to debate Carrie Lake. You can not run for governor and refuse to debate the other gubernatorial candidate. He just looked like a wimp. It's already bad enough she's trying to run our country and she looked soft. But then when you're running from people, you're afraid you don't want to debate fool you in politics. How are you not going to debate? And so project veritas, which I think is an incredible organization. I don't know how to get these people to do secret conversations with people, but they get it. And they just pretty much exposed their campaign. She's not trying to debate we carry Lake because she don't want to. She knows it's not going to benefit because Carrie Lake is going to destroy under the debate. And she's hoping that the Democrats will vote for it just because she's a Democrat, she got D next to her name. That's what people in her campaign are saying.
Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $965m for Sandy Hook Lies
"I'm okay if people want to call in and disagree with me. But I think it's absolutely repulsive and ridiculous. That Alex Jones has to be listening. The families have been awarded $965 million. Let me read the article. Since the jury has awarded $965 million to the families of 8 victims. 8. Not out of victims. Not all of the victims, but 8 victims of sandy hook elementary massacre in one first responder. A resolving a lawsuit that began in 2018 over Jones claims that the event never occurred. This is my thing. He can believe what he want to believe. He can say whatever he wants to say. Now, when that turns into people being violent and everything, okay, there's going to be punitive, there's going to be some punitive action taken against you. However, I do not understand how they got to that dollar amount. In December of 2012, a 20 students and 6 adults died in the mass shooting at the newtown Connecticut school. Which is obviously the sandy hook school. It says Jones claimed that the victim's families in the first responders to the 2012 tragedy were crisis actors on multiple occasions asserting that the massacre was staged to push gun control. Jones generated hundreds of millions of impressions on social media with his false claim about the event, the plaintiffs sought a sum of $550 million to match the total views, his claims received,
The Legacy of Booker T Washington
"Let me get back to the point that I was making about the civil rights movement. This is something that I think people always think I'm crazy when I say this. But Uncle Tom two lays it out very succinctly. And I bet Uncle Tom three would have even more information to validate what I'm saying here. I feel like if the trajectory was as such, and this is what Booker T. Washington was all about. Versus WB Dubois, which is always the conflict. It's like today's black conservatives versus the black liberal. That's pretty much what the dynamic was. And so Booker T. Washington was always under the assumption or under the impression that you will do better if you pull yourself up by your bootstraps and you become a productive person, giving people no excuse not to hire you and to put you in a forefront and give you opportunities. You don't big people for opportunities. You make them give you opportunities. How do you make them give you opportunities? You don't go and protest and they face all day and cry and lay in the middle of the roadway. What you do is you create value in yourself. Booker T. Washington was always for great education, being educated and formed having a skill. If you have those things, nothing can deny you success in America. And I believe black people, a lot of black people at the time had that trajectory. You got the Booker T. Washington came from slavery. We got people today that literally living with a silver spoon in their mouth and they crying about racism. You got back in the day, people used to come out of slavery and generate wealth to create universities. The tuskegee university. And I just bothers me where we at today, all are being and complaining.
The Degradation of Black America
"They alluded to the fact that Martin Luther King had another agenda. They had a hit and agenda. They would stage these protests. They would stage these marches. They would stage a situations where they can get beat up in the middle of the street and be arrested. They were pushing a Marxist agenda on our country. That's what people said. Man, you can turn a blind eye and say, oh, they wrong 'cause I don't like that unlike what they sound like. Or you could say, well, was it? Look at the look at the out of wet lock births. 22% back in the 30s to 40s, 2030s 40s. Now it's over 75, 76% after the civil rights movement. I want us to understand that. Look at the degradation of black America. Since the 60s, there was no, there was no drill music. Was it? No, no, it wasn't. This gangster rap hip hop music stuff. None of that. That didn't exist. Black people were not viewing themselves and being pimped out, like we see it happening more often today after the 60s. You know, there was a gentleman on Uncle Tom two. I don't remember his name. If you saw the movie you'll know what I'm talking about. He said that Rosa Parks, they make this big deal about Rosa Parks sitting at the front of the bus and before they were going to go out and do this, they had, they were questioning, why would we go there to try to ride on a white man bus? When we have our own bus line, what are we accomplishing? Why do we want to sit at the front of the white man's bus when we have our own bus line? And this is where default happened. And I'm going to need many segments to thoroughly unpack this. But this is where I believe some fault happen. Because instead of black folks building their bus line, they wanted to integrate in a bus line that was not profitable to them in their community. Maybe visually, it was an achievement there, but residually, I don't think it benefited the black community.
Kanye West, JPMorgan banking breakup planned for weeks
"A big name rap star in a major bankrupt parting ways but the reason for that may not be what you think Yay and J Morgan Chase are no longer a banking couple if you will but despite how it seems the breakup is not because of the rapper's recent anti semitic remarks This all started when conservative commentator Candace Owens posted on Twitter what she said was a letter to Ye from the bank saying that it was cutting ties with the rap star in businessman while Owens said JPMorgan did not give the reason for severing ties that didn't stop people from putting two and two together and getting four but it turns out the letter was sent last month around the time that Ye had told other news organizations he was cutting ties with the bankers and suppliers for his yeezy apparel brand that was well before he posted the tweets that now have him cut off from posting to both Twitter and Instagram I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Don't Be Mad, Get Yourself Together
"Most white people just like most black people in most Hispanic people. You gotta work for what you get. You don't just, you're not born with a debit card. And an 8 50 credit score. You got to work for it. And then the thing that bothers me is that why you mad that white people are working for it. And you're not. You know what I'm saying? You're mad 'cause white people send up a legacy for their kids and you're mad because their kids go to the best schools 'cause their parents own properties. You could have about property, but you wanna buy Gucci. You could own property, you could set up wealth for the next generation, but you wanna ball now and you don't wanna ball Vader. You don't want them to have wealth generated. You wanna just do and have fun now. You wanna play while you're in college. You didn't get your degree. Don't be mad at a white person because they went to school and you were playing going on a girl house every night. Don't get mad at them. Get yourself together.
White People Are Under Attack
"You know, some people probably think to themselves and they say, be Tatum you're wrong. White people aren't on an attack. You just making this up. I'm around white people. And there's white people that I know that can not express how they feel. Or they would get fired. I can say the same thing that white people say and nothing will happen to me. Nothing. When I was on the police department, some of my buddies who were on a police department who were white, like literally, I used to talk about Black Lives Matter while I was a cop. And I used to bash them because they deserved it. Now, look at them now. Lawsuits after lawsuit, Candace Owens just came out with a documentary and I'm going to see her premiere tomorrow where she exposes Black Lives Matter for who they are. And I can say it all day long. I can say they're fraudulent organization. I can say they ain't helped the single black person on Planet Earth. And if a white person were to say that, on the police department, in their personal life, they would be fired. They would be doxxed. It would be called a racist and they would be fired.
Candace Owens Reacts to T-Shirt Firestorm
"Candace Owens went on Tucker Carlson. How do I not get a spot on Tucker Carlson? God, dang, she got spot every week. I want to spot on Tucker Carlson to somebody. Anyway, Candace Owens kid on there and she's always just dominating. That's probably the reason why. But she's on that just dominating. And the concept of the idea about white lives matter, 'cause her and Kanye West was at the London. He had a London fashion show and her and Kanye West had warty shirts that says white lives matter. And you know, what could it crowd just literally lost their Salvation? They could not understand how black people can support white people. Just imagine it. Think it is. They literally beat white people up, slapped them over the head through coffee on them, turn over tables and say, you better wear a Black Lives Matter shirt. Are you better support black lives? You better say Black Lives Matter. They make you put the black squirrel in your Instagram and know them white folks ain't never talk to a black person DNA life, but they got a black squirrel on their Instagram because they were forced to, they were coerced into doing it. But then that a black person say, white lives matter too. Oh no. You're a sellout Uncle Tom coon, you hate your people. I mean, all of these crazy things that people are saying to Ken is on. And this is the first time I didn't even ask her. About who initiated, but in the article that daily wire wrote about it, she, I would say admitted, admitted it's not the word. She ended up mentioning that Kanye West came up with the idea kind of at the last minute. He said, hey, I want you to be a part of this fashion show. I'm assuming he flew her out to London, which was probably a fun flight. He flew out to London, probably on the private jet because you know Kanye is a billionaire. So that probably was a cool little experience. And then when she got there, he put the shirt out there and said, hey, let's do this. And she said, let's go.
How Deuteronomy Addresses Gender Distinction
"Neither sex is may wear the clothes of another sex. It sounds like cross dressing me. What does deuteronomy say about that? Yeah, that's exactly what it says. A man can wear women's clothing and vice versa. If it Bible is based on distinctions, God is not a manner distinct, got a nature or distinct man and animal or distinct good and evil or distinct parent and child are distinct and men and women are distinct. The only inherent distinction in the human species is not racial, it is sexual. There are two beings in the human species, male and female. That's from genesis.
The History of Deuteronomy
"Dennis, I want to ask you, what is the difference in your opinion between deuteronomy, why is deuteronomy so different than exodus leviticus numbers? So deuteronomy got the name from the Greek deutero is two and almost as law. This is the second law. In other words, this is Moses. This is all from Moses, and he says I'm summarizing everything that preceded. There are more laws in deuteronomy than in any other part of the Bible. 245 mistaken. And I try to explain every of them because they're spectacular profound. Deuteronomy alone whistle blow your mind at who my mind. The founders of America quoted deuteronomy more than they quoted any other secular or religious they quoted the French enlightenment thinkers on this second and deuteronomy first. It's an extraordinary book. That is amazing. I didn't even know that. I didn't know that. I didn't even know that when I wrote it.
Tulsi Gabbard Leaves the Democrat Party
"Chelsea Gabbard leaving a Democrat party is pretty interesting to me. I always say, if you are a Democrat, you know they come on TV, they go on Fox News and they talk about all my parties doing this. And you still a Democrat. And then I don't know what to tell you. I don't know if I believe what you're saying. If you are a Democrat, you're remaining a Democrat, but then you're coming out and espousing conservative values is very suspicious to me. So I'm not shocked that tussie gabbert is leaving the Democrat party. Now, before you conservatives get in your feelings and get all jump on the bandwagon, she did not say she was going to become a Republican. And if you ask me, if anybody that's serious and in a political climate that we're in, if you leave the Democrat party, you should be a part of the Republican Party. You don't leave the Democrat party to be an independent or a libertarian, or the Green Party. You are not serious about politics. You may want to and your mind you may think it's appropriate is more conducive. I would say, I would say not conducive, but consistent with what you believe, but you have no political future in the Green Party.
Get Over It; Donald Trump Is Not a Racist
"I want to jump on Donald Trump real quick. People are still nutty when it comes to president Donald Trump. They're still nutty. I don't understand why they can't just get over it. You didn't like his policy. Just say you did like his policy, or you didn't like him as a person, move on. But to lie and say he's a racist and all this stuff, it's just absolutely stupid to me. Now, with that being said, you know the view is a bunch of women having hot flashes because none of them make any sense and they're all ignorant, folks. And I think it's intentional. It's no way they could be grown in that dumb. However, I want you to listen to what Alyssa Ferrara, I think that's how you say her name. What she had to say on the view about Donald Trump condoning or not condoning white supremacists, roe cliff four. I remember saying to Donald Trump once the easiest thing to do is to condemn white supremacy. Any day of the week, Monday through Friday or Monday through Sunday. And I don't get why that's not more common. The only reason 'cause she's hot. That's it. Can I be honest with y'all? The only reason she got a place on her 'cause she's hot. The only reason anybody listening to her 'cause she's fine. Can we just, nothing, she said, make any sense. She's a complete liar in a fraud. Because if she say that she'd been telling Donald Trump that he should not condone white supremacy, and she's there with him every day. And I got the clips, baby. The forgotten man hooked me up. I got the clips of a Montage two minutes of Donald Trump saying that he do not condone. He condemn white supremacy.
"candace" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"A white security guard. You can't make this up. Listen to what this food said. I put the sound on for you. And right-wing pendants are creating an incredibly and have created an incredibly dangerous environment for me. This morning, I woke up to Candace Owens. At noon, at noon, it's like noom. You woke up at noon. Being outside of my house. With a news crew, she was demanding that I come outside. When I looked at the video recording of what she was asking about, she was actually asking about the Black Lives Matter global network foundation. Think about this. When she watched the video recording, so you didn't physically see our interact with Candace because you have a gate that's blocking access to your house in a security guard. You had to watch a video. But you had fit for your life. Property, and for some reason, seems like she thought my house was that. It's unacceptable, and it's dangerous that anybody, any stranger, come outside of my house, but it's really unacceptable and dangerous. When Candace Owens another black woman who's actually working as a part of a right-wing agenda. Pregnant comes outside of my house with cameras. Pregnant. As you all know, I have experienced and many of us have experienced death threats. I'm gonna stop you right there, chicken wing. Chicken wing said, she been receiving that. What do you think BLM been doing to the whole country? Especially in 2020, burning buildings, people been got shot, you ain't telling them not to be on somebody else's property. They burning people's buildings down picture shooting people. But a pregnant woman come on your prop didn't even come on your property. She knocked on your gate and your white security guard come up and you a terrified. Many of us are chill, I have children..
"candace" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And one thought on that super quick. Before COVID, the countries that masked people were the least free countries in the world. Countries that put masks on people, Islamic theocratic. China. China and Islamic theocratic dictatorships know it's dehumanizing. My whole life, and when Candace and I went to college campuses before COVID was a thing, we would argue against hijabi women. We argued against it. We thought it was wrong. We thought that it was dehumanizing. I still believe putting masks on faces when there is no epidemiological value at all whatsoever is dehumanizing and it's bad for the soul and the spirit of individual. Okay. Well, Charlie, Candace, thank you both for being here. It's really an honor. Even after everything, the school polled to try to not let this happen. Like the tickets and even the fake fire, we really appreciate it. I got a great turnout. So thank you. My question is with everything that's going on and how quickly downhill you see our country going. Do you think we're going to turn that point? Where do you see us in 5 years? I don't think this country has ever been more conservative and that might surprise you. What we're fighting right now are bureaucrats. We're fighting a very fringe minority of people who have amassed a tremendous amount of power. They have people like Mark Zuckerberg, who just pour hundreds of millions of dollars into an election to determine its outcome. We're fighting an oligarchy. We're not fighting American citizens. We aren't. Honestly, I've been all around this country and the majority of people don't think that children should be sexualized in the school system. But a loud minority was a lot of power do. And I think that they made a critical error, and this is why I'm so optimistic when they came from moms. And it's why I talk about the importance. I think they messed up, right? Mothers and this is why going back to the beginning of this conversation that we've had to say about this idea of women being depressed and suppressed and silenced by men, granddad was a leader of the household, but granddad always woke up with grandma's thoughts, right? Whatever happens if you see the way it works in the marriage, right? The man's the leader, but somehow always what the woman wants kind of happens in the household. And there's a reason for that. It's a perfect again in the Yang and it's women when you wake us up to something as critical as our children. The mama bear instinct for those of you that don't hunt. If you don't know this, the mama bear literally fights to the death, the papa bears, who will come and try to kill her young to make her go into heat again. That's real life for you. Like if they want the woman to go into heat, the papa bear will kill all of the cubs. And the mama bear will fight to her death to protect the cubs. And I think we're seeing that happen right now in America because suddenly the moms went wait a minute. Why am I suddenly fighting for my child not to be masked? Why am I suddenly fighting for my child is perfectly healthy not to receive these vaccine series. Why is my child suddenly living pornography? You had me. These people were voting for liberals voting for Democrats. Moms are the ones that are opening the mail. Mom's the ones that are filling out most of the times with who their husband are even voting for. You don't want to wake up a mama bear. That's been in hibernation. Let me tell you that, okay? Because when she wakes up and she focuses her attention on you, she will fight for the death. And I believe that that was a critical error that a left has made and we are going to make the biggest difference going into this next election cycle. Let me add to that. I believe we're going to win and I'll tell you why first, but we must do some things and I want to just encourage you in Wisconsin to stay on this topic. We have to fix the way we do elections in our country. We have to fix the way we do elections in Wisconsin. Allowing the hundreds that the millions of dollars from Zuckerberg, the mules, the ballots everywhere, the ballot drop boxes, there will be more and more revelations in coming weeks and months. Do not lose focus on this topic. Please, the way we do elections in our country must be reformed. If you are a skeptic on it, watch dinesh's upcoming movie, it will blow your mind of what happened in this last election. But here's the final reason why I believe we'll win if we act. If you were a Vegas odds better and you had one choice or the other, would you want to be on the team with joy Reid or that weird creepy eunuch on CNN that can't even take a question from a college kid or the people that can't define what a woman is or think that men can become pregnant or want black only dormitories or do you want to be on the team with the number one podcaster in history, Joe Rogan, the world's richest man, one of the most remarked comedians who's an atheist liberal who's now on team anti woke Bill Maher. The number one cable news channel in history, Tucker Carlson, Candace Owens team, and the team of reality truth beauty and goodness, the constitution history, facts and things you can prove. Yeah, I'll take the team with those people and you can keep the unit and the race lady on MSNBC any day. And we're going to win and those people are going to lose. God bless you. Thank you guys..
"candace" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"To these pills. And I'd add to that. You're personally curious. Check out one word homeopathic. Which is homeopathic is kind of the code word for alternative medicine. I'm an unapologetic biohacker. I go into ice cold tubs for ten minutes straight. I do intravenous therapy. I check my vitamin D levels. This is stuff that all of you guys should know about. These are the building blocks before you even get into prozac, antidepressants, benzodiazepines true health. It's true health. It's true health, right? It's exercise, it's intake, our entire food pyramid should be obliterated. It's a scam. It's a lie, the whole, it's all wrong and upside down, men need to eat red meat at least 5 to 6 times a week, and the fact we've gotten away from that is a scam. It's one of the reasons why testosterone levels are going down so much. You need omega threes, fatty fish, it's really important for mental health. I could go on and on and on in Candace articulated it beautifully. But there's like at least 500 to 600 natural homeopathic non pharmaceutical interventions that you could do right now to improve your physical health, your mental health, your bone structure, your muscle mass, your testosterone, your serotonin levels, your ability to be able to regulate neurotransmitter, all these things. And you're like, wow, I never knew that. Yeah, they don't want you to know that, actually. They don't want you to be in power. They don't want you to all of a sudden be like, wow, you're trying to tell me that diet means a lot. You're trying to tell me that green tea actually can, you know, is a lot better for me than some of the stuff. Yes, there's a ton of medicine. There's a ton of science behind that. So anyway, I'd check out homeopathic medicine and get into the biohacking stuff. I think you'd love it. So thank you. Hi. So my name is Luke. I want to appreciate her. Thank you both for coming out and just doing these kinds of things. I think it's very important to kind of just engage with the media and just kind of see what people think. So I guess my question relates somewhat to transgender people and how you feel like people who are transgender who transition at a certain point in their life who become very patriotic and become very passionate about this country and still want to care for and make their part and just kind of contribute. How would you go about taking care of and just interacting with those people as they try to fight the constant media and just the way that things are so pandered all the time. I'm just curious as to how you would argue that? Well, it would depend on that individual because there are, I have a person that I work with who is a gay man who doesn't believe in gay marriage. So and that seems very strange. You would never think of that, right? But I know transgender individuals who believe and speak out on the fact that they believe that transgenderism are dysphoria is a mental disorder. And so they approach that platform from a conservative perspective and speak out against the idea of trying to convince children to think that they can just pick their genders and they talk about their suffering. I posted these people on my platforms before and they are great contributors to conservatism because they will at length explain what led to their gender dysphoria, for example. I had a man by the name of Walt hire, who was transgendered for 20 years, went through with the bottom surgery. And lib is a woman for 20 years before he woke up and realized that he was lied to from the time that he was a kid and he talked about how high a percentage it is of people that are transgendered who are raped when their children, right? And rather than addressing that trauma that makes them want to get rid of their entire existence of who they are, watch a transition into something completely different. You have a society that's handing them hormone pills and obviously he had sex change regret. So he is one of the loudest voices for conservatism because he's.
"candace" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"World that we believe that we do. I'll answer the brand any thoughts on the brand issue. Oh, you can go, you can answer that. So just on the Twitter thing super quick, this is where I disagree with some people on the right that are market fundamentalists. I love Marcus Candace less markets, but the Twitter example shows that the profit motive is actually not the highest in the hierarchy. It is. And we've always believed that the profit motive drives all human behavior. And that's wrong. If that was true, they would accept the Elon Musk feel and the deal would be done. There are things that matter more than the profit motive. And that's the prestige and the power motive, which actually matters a lot more than the profit motive when you talk about human psychology. So the Twitter board of directors are not running a company. They're running something closer like a Democrat super PAC regime propaganda censorship machine that yes, well said. Thank you. That exists to stifle the voices they don't like and elevate the ones they like. And so it just goes into show how hard they're fighting. Like, yes, Saudi prince comes out. Really, how's freedom of speech in Riyadh in the spring? I'd love to hear about that. I was press freedom in Medina. Like, can you say something against Muhammad during Ramadan in Saudi? Of course not, like it's the greatest hypocrisy ever that a Saudi prince tries to come and be like, yes, I'm going to stand for free speech. Like, how about you sit this one out? Like the one issue, the Saudis should sit out is like how they treat journalists. Like not exactly a lot of credibility in the last couple of decades on that issue. Like maybe oil exploration, you guys can chime in next time. So, but it shows a window in the how important censorship is to these people that they need the ability to shut us up. I'm suspended from Twitter right now for I didn't do anything wrong. And I love how people applaud, right? And I called Rachel Levine that I said, Richard Levine, Rachel, I can't now Rachel used to be Richard. It's called dead name, and you can't do that. I refuse to delete the tweet. I refuse to engage in the Soviet show trial where you have to acknowledge doing something wrong even though you didn't. Candace is exactly right though. I don't think the deal is going to go through. I don't want to be cynical, but I think they have unintentionally red pill the world rich world's richest man, which might be the dumbest thing you could possibly do. We're now like center right non woke causes are going to have a $300 billion man and the owner of SpaceX Tesla, The Boring Company, Neuralink and someone who's like the greatest engineering mind and a hundred years being dedicated to abolish the woke left. Like good job Twitter, your move next. Thank you. Sorry, the brand thing, I don't want to spend too much time on it. Lean into the controversy. That's my advice. I know that's short. Controversy can be the greatest signal boost to any brand. If you play it right. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Hello, Charlie, and Candace my name is Brian. In light of the holiday, I wanted to ask, would America be a freer country if weed was legalized? Oh, I was like, what holiday is it? Sorry guys. I'm sorry, would America be a free country if weed was legalized? Nope. It would not be. And it would not at all be. And here's what I'm going to say. And I just spoke about this. For such a long time, people kept saying the slippery slope wasn't real, right? Like, oh, if we legalize pot will just be a freer country on a more relaxed country, whatever they thought it was going to be. But it's not like we're just, we're just going to slide into suddenly legalizing methamphetamine. Well, we did that pretty quickly after legalizing marijuana in certain states, right? So now we have the argument that we're fighting is like forget marijuana. We now have places in New York City where you can go shoot up and the government will give you a needle and a syringe to be able to do that. You now have, I think, organs leading the charge on that. They've legalized. They decriminalized every drug. Yeah, they have injection sites and they do criminalize every single drug. So I am a person that does not believe that it would render people freer. I don't believe that at all. If we're discussing the tenants of whether or not you believe marijuana is more harmful than a substance and alcohol, it would probably say no and alcohol has been detrimental to people and has killed more people and things of that nature. But when we're talking about whether or not either is good for society as a whole, I absolutely not. I actually stand really on the opposite side of that issue because of what we are seeing today with all the things that have left us trying to do with every single drug. Like every single drug and it started with marijuana, it's just going to be we're just going to do criminalize marijuana. We're just going to legalize marijuana and that's going to be.
"candace" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"There's a fire and then we'll leave the building. They do this all the time to try to stop events they don't like, prove that people's lives are in danger and will respectfully leave the building. Okay. Candace continued? Yeah, so it's a tactic and it's an important one to recognize when it's happening. And it's definitely happening in terms of the modern radicalized women's movement, which actually does nothing but make women miserable. I mean, what they are trying to do is reassign women's goals in life and ultimately teach both sexes to fight against their own biology, and let me tell you something, no matter what, at the end of the day, your biology is going to win. So it's saddened me to see women and now I'm at the age obviously where I'm having children and you see women that bought into the lies of what they thought and perceived to be feminism. And they become these bitter, angry, don't have a family through everything into their careers, marching in the streets, shrieking because they were sold a bill of lies from culture and made them think that men were horrible people and wanting to aspire to family made them not progressive enough. And similarly, when you see men that are told to shun their own biology, there are these shriveled emasculated people that don't have anything of real value because the things that matter most in our society, of course, our family, family, your family, it should be the start and the finish of every single day. It should be ultimately what you aspire to and the role of women in raising up children to be good members of society is so significant. It's really the only thing standing between government and complete domination are mama bears and strong families. And so let's kind of build that out. It seems like men are becoming women, women are becoming men at this rapid pace. What is the masculine and a feminine archetype mean? What does womanhood mean? What does manhood mean? Why are we not allowed to talk about it anymore? I know, it seems very strange. We're suddenly pretending that there aren't differences. And that women to be feminine is to be beautiful. It's to be nurturing, to be a man is to be strong and I'm not talking like, oh, I can bench three 50. I'm talking about having a strength to lead a household. And it's so emblematic of what I saw in the relationship between my grandmother and my grandfather growing up where there were very clearly two identified separate identified roles within that household. My grandfather led the house in a respectable manner and women are meant to think, oh, men lead households means that you're going to be subjugated and make them a sandwich, you're going to be barefoot and pregnant, which by the way, as a pregnant woman, I'd love to be barefoot right now. I don't know why that's getting a bad rep. It really is comfortable. It's a great way to be. I'd love to be making a sandwich right now, barefoot and pregnant. But they use these sort of images and make you think that there's something dirty about it. And it's the best part of every single of every single day that I have is making it home to my family, providing a meal for them having that time sharing stories raising your children. So what they've done is they've perverted those things, right? They've made it seem dirty and wrong. Men need their men time. Women need their women time. We are a different species. The things that when I get around with my girlfriends that I talk about, that my husband were like for 5 seconds, be like, eh, you know? And then I hear him talking to his lads as he says he's English, and I'm just, I just go, man, men are really dumb. You guys should, sir. You know, they never really grow up. They're always boys on the inside. And it's sweet and it's amazing and it's wonderful that and us women need to talk about nonsense. And these are wonderful things. These are wonderful stereotypes, stereotypes have meaning in their real, don't let people pervert them in your head to think that there's something wrong with those stereotypes. Yeah, I mean, so I think what's happening now Candace is we have one coalition of America that lives on team reality. You and I, where the Jersey of team reality and the other, the wokes, right, the people that need to pull fire alarms or whatever, where to wear two masks when they shower, like whatever, right? Believe men can become pregnant. Like all these people, right? But I believe that those of us that actually have the humility to believe that we are, we have to live to these pesky shackles of reality. We're actually happier people because we believe in the laws of nature and nature's God as the declaration beautifully articulates. And we're willing to admit that through the thousands of years of recorded history, there's some things that we don't believe should change, that we need to be anchored to the beauty of antiquity. And why is that such a controversial statement? Why is it that we almost feel as if we're kind of in this nonstop conversation that we must have progress for progress sake, regardless of the damage it does to people? I mean, and the damage is real. I mean, you look around, you have the most socially progressive country America's ever been at the moment. It's also the saddest, most depressed, most alcohol addicted, most drug addicted, most suicidal generation.
"candace" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey everybody, happy Sunday, no advertisers on this episode. That's right, no advertisers. It's Candace Owens, and I go to university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. We talk about BLM, we're interrupted by a fire alarm. You'll see how we react to that because the left one at the cancel our event. So terribly that they pull the fire alarm in the midst of our event. But it's all brought to you by America's best hope, turning point USA TP USA dot com. America's best hope is turning point USA because the work are people are doing our staff, our members are doing to fight for America, where it matters most. You guys can email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com and support the Charlie Kirk show at Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Again, there's no advertisers because of you. So those of you that support us at Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You make it all possible. And we're in your debt and we are making good of it. We're traveling like crazy all across the country, bringing the message to the people where it matters most. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody. Great to be here. Candace, welcome to Wisconsin. Yes, wonderful. I have done a campus event in so long, so I'm very honored and blessed to be here. And we were we had to make sure because we didn't traveling so much. We're like room Wisconsin, right? So okay, we know what state that we're in. So Candace, I'm going to ask you the most difficult question that I think someone in power can possibly get American politics, something that has befuddled the people at the top levels of government. What is a woman? I'm not a biologist. How did we get to a place where that? That is even like a question that now a Supreme Court Justice can't answer. Yeah, you know, it's really interesting to talk about this topic at length because I remember when we first started doing this, you and I were traveling around the country four or 5 years ago. And I was really pressing on the transgender movement. And I remember conservatives at the time kept saying this is such a small, you know, this isn't going to matter much. Why are you focused on this? And I said, because this is what's going to come around the corner. It seems so obvious to me. That that was going to place emphasis on children that it was also going to sort of deconstruct. It was already a radicalized feminist movement, but I saw this moving towards the abolition of women, right? And it seemed so natural throughout these feminist waves, and I was saying from the very beginning, I am not a feminist. I remember what we went through when the me too movement started. And I said, I don't support the me too movement because this is about the takedown of men and they really came after us, but I really did see us getting to this point very quickly where now we're talking about just abolishing what it means to be a woman. And it's interesting to consider the intersectionality of all that, how people can say that they're feminists, but they won't use their platforms to speak out against this. And it was something to me, especially now, you know, I'm 11 weeks away from giving birth to my second child..
"candace" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"More Candace. Welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me. How you doing? I'm doing great. So walk us through your perspective on the Russian Ukrainian situation. How should we be thinking about this? It's a really wild perspective to have that people should not be discriminated against. And it's crazy to me that especially following the aggressive two year Black Lives Matter campaign. This is something that even needs to be said considering we just had the entire world marching hands pretending that discriminatory practices is what was plaguing western society. And yet this breaks out this war breaks out between Russia and Ukraine and everybody gets on board. Absent any facts, by the way. The entire western narrative is let's keep people extremely ignorant with propaganda. And just use emotional engineering when it comes to discussing the issues at hand. I mean, to see the press first and foremost reporting that Putin just woke up one day, right? And this is how stupid it's like telling a story to a toddler who woke up one day, didn't take his crazy pills and then decided to bomb Ukraine. Does that even sound like a serious foreign policy perspective in terms of what's going on in the eastern quarter? Of course not. But this is what they're asking Americans to believe. And unfortunately, ignorance is not a defensive strategy. So ignorance is the strategy that Adolf Hitler and his propagandist employed in World War II and they thought they were winning the war until the very end until they realized they weren't wearing the war. And so even if the truth makes you uncomfortable, it's important that it's discussed from a security perspective so that Americans have a realistic idea of how secure we are right now in terms of what's going on in the western corner and the answer in my opinion is not secure at all. We're not secure at all because it has never been the circumstance that America can't get OPEC to pick up the phone. You know, for America to be calling the leader of Venezuela and asking about oil, which by the way is nonsensical, giving the fact that you're saying Putin is a horrible person. If Putin's a horrible person, wouldn't you think that also the leader of Venezuela, they've been starving at citizens locking them in the country. Would also fit under that category. So it's been, it's just been a lot of nonsense and the left is being played with ignorance. And what we've been just trying to inject across the board is just a more sober analysis of what's happening, which of course includes a realistic discussion about
"candace" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"This year? Yes. No, I've enjoyed getting to know Candace Parker better as a player throughout this process because she has become and I'm late to the party on this. I realize that people who have been fans of the W for a long time are like way ahead of me here. But to me, she wasn't really on my radar as one of the personalities that I was really keeping track of off the court. Obviously I knew she was like, she was at the sparks. She was doing great things. She was keeping this far to contender year after year since we started this podcast in 2016, 2017. But now, as I've seen her talk basketball on TNT with Dwyane Wade and I've seen the excitement, the city of Chicago is feeling as like a homecoming season for Candace Parker in her upper years in the league is about to happen. There's so much energy behind this guy that wasn't there before, and that's a fan base that's already pretty passionate. And I think so much of that is carried by Candace Parker and who she is and how visible she's been in the basketball world. And I liked doing this deep dive into where she's coming from because it kind of sets up a more monumental finishing chapter. I think we all expect this guy to contend with her at the helm this year of a really stacked roster. And to me, this story deserves a ring at the end of the end of the day. She's one championships. I realize that that's not a box that still lingering over her to be checked. But to me, the homecoming to Chicago, the team they've already got, the coach that they've got there. The moves that they've made, it feels like we just covered one book end of Candace Parker's career and the other bookend is.
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"candace" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball
"It's an one of those things that You know. I look back on and you know i. I think there's a purpose with every relationship. Like i really fully believe deeply in believing in what you do what you wear. You know what i mean. And i think at a young age like adidas just became a part of my everyday why and then you know i went to an adidas college as well and then coming out of college it was just like the relationships and you know my already history of wearing the shoe knowing the shoe knowing the brand knowing that people that work there so i think it was just kind of You know the perfect type of connection. I guess I kind of started this relationship so this relationship is part of. Let's call candace. Parker the brand. And so i've been doing this a minute and i have always tried to marveled at and not in a good way the gap between what you have accomplished and the way in which brands have celebrated that You know look to you as a spokesperson. I think it's fair to say in twenty twenty one. That is less true than it's ever been and we're seeing you getting more. Opportunities almost seems by the week. I'm just curious from your perspective. How big of a gap do you think remains between where where that is in where that should be for you for candace parker the public figure i personally feel as though I like working for stuff. I don't wanna feel like. I've ever been handed anything So i like the challenge I came into the league. And i came into the profession Wanting to leave it in a better place. When i came into it. And i think saying.
"candace" Discussed on The Young Turks
"That doesn't serve any purpose. Other than self preservation for governor. Greg abbott who wants to remain in power these power-hungry goons don't even care about the people in their own state much less anyone else in the us. So let's loosen up the already. Lax gun laws. Let's pass voter suppression bills. Let's do the most unhinged things we can imagine just to hold onto that power that's what adds up to. It's pretty gross. All right final story. Before we bring john i'd rolla in. This is one of my favorite stories of the day. Let's do it. He must sees them. Stop it blad. You know the rule if you want to regulate something. Go regulate the mess in your own. What exactly was that dumpster fire. Well it turns out that there is this new ad for anti-socialist books for children. It's floating around internet drawer attention today and we wanted to share it for you. The company is called turtle twins and their marketing. Apparently is not sitting well with youtube watchers. Because if you look at the like to dislike ratio. It did not do well. Let's take a look at this graphic ratio pre hard pretty decent view count though almost one hundred forty thousand last time. I checked now. Let's watch another clip from this incredibly dorky ad.
"candace" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Why is she calling for censorship of speech on twitter. Because she doesn't like that maggots are trending. And look i mean. I don't condone that type of rhetoric. I think that it is extremely toxic. And i don't think it's helpful. Were already incredibly divided. But i would argue that candace. Oh and should probably take a little bit of responsibility for how her rhetorical takes on controversial issues have also been incredibly divisive and dehumanizing. Now i get to all of that. I do want to go to an older video. Featuring candice owens because while she. I think rightly points to the horrendous barbarism and mass slaughter That was carried out by nazis earlier. She seemed to have a much lighter. Take on who. Hitler was and what his objectives were. I actually don't have any problems at all with the word nationalism. I think that it gets The definition gets poisoned By elitist had actually want globalism. Globalism is what. I what i don't want so when you think about whenever we say nationalism the first thing people think about in at least and america's hitler you know he was a national socialist. But if hitler just wanted to make germany great and have things run. well okay. Fine problem is is that he wanted. He had dreams outside of germany. He wanted to globalize. He wanted everybody to be german everybody to speaking german everybody to look a different way. That's not to me that's not nationalism. I mean if you wanted to just slaughter. Jewish people in germany. It'd be totally fine. But the problem is he wanted to go global. You know what i'm saying. He didn't want to keep it within. Its borders was the real problem now. She walked those statements back a little later because they were insane and deeply deeply offensive ignorant and embarrassing but i would argue that the statement she made today were just as deeply ignorant and embarrassing because to argue that the treatment of conservatives in america can be equated to the persecution and slaughter of jewish people. Under hitler's rule is just look. What world is she living in. I mean six million. Jews were slaughtered by hitler. The nazis six million. We're living in a situation in the united states where conservatives. I mean we can't even.
"candace" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Welcome to typ. I'm your host casts burian and it's going to be an awesome awesome show. Listen i was honest with you guys yesterday okay. The stories slim pickens not a lot of news going on yesterday. It was really frustrating. Today though is a completely different story. We've got a bonanza for you. Okay in the words of jenky. Who isn't here but we'll be back next week. A bonanza so in the first hour today. Candace owens begging for a lesson on economics and you know what. I'm a good person. I want to provide that lesson. So all explained to kansas owens and anyone else who might be confused about why. The healthcare system in america sucks. Why does it. That's the case so we'll do a deep dive into that. Also later in this like an hour. John is roll. It will be joining me to talk about rideshare. Drivers workers taking to the streets. They're protesting their striking and they want to basically call out a prop twenty two in california which has been incredibly disastrous while also calling attention to the necessity for the pro act. So i'll give you those details as well and marjorie taylor green. Of course i mean how could we not talk about her. She is the most attention loving person on the planet but she also as a member of congress seems to have a complete misunderstanding of what hip regulations indicate. So we'll debunk. Some of her lies as well. But before we get to all of it as always just want occurs you guys to like and share the stream to smash that like button if you're not a member smash that Joined button if you're watching us on youtube or go to ty dot com slash joined to become a member. Today's bonus episode is going to be great because i experienced something at the dodgers game yesterday. That enraged me and it has nothing to do with sports but everything to do with capitalist incentives so definitely check that if you remember if you're not a member maybe you should joy just think about it. Think about it all right well with that sad. Let's get to our first story. Which i've been really excited to share with you guys today in an effort to spread anti corona virus vaccine messaging. Candice owens accidentally asked a pretty good question about healthcare in the united states. She did so through tweet. Which i'll share with you right now. She wrote quote. The covert vaccine saves lives. Which is why the government is making it free. Now she's quoted people who make that argument and her response to it is k. So explain to me why insulin. Asthma inhalers cost so much money. If the vaccines are really about the government trying to save your life why do lifesaving. Medicines cost so much. Well you know. That's actually a really great question candidates. I mean she's a member of the media. She's supposed to have some obligation to be an informed individual who then informs our audience but of course. That's not the case especially when it comes to important bread and butter issues like health care and other commodified institutions in the united states. Which really should be thought of as a human right but just to give her short one word answer. The reason is capitalism in both cases capitalism is what fuels the vaccine for corona virus being free capitalism also fuels this disgusting incredibly corrupt healthcare system in america that unfortunately doesn't really serve the best interests of americans so first let's start off with why the corona virus vaccine happens to be free. Is it because the american government wants to do the right thing and they want to take care of their citizens and that's that's just. It was all about morality and doing the right thing. No there is a real financial incentive ensuring that americans get vaccinated and the spread of corona virus either slows down or stops. Because guess what when you have incredibly contagious. Virus the so-called human capital. That's necessary meaning the labor that gets exploited by corporations to help them earn revenue intern prophets. Well that's jeopardized and we can't have that. In fact we gotta do a little bit of a rewind to understand what. I'm saying here so before i do that though. I think this is a perfect opportunity to take a little visit in the.