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A highlight from BITCOIN REVOLUTION | TUCKER CARLSON & JAVIER MILEI MAKE HISTORY
"We don't see lugar a ludas, esta nueces una taria para tibios, esta nueces una taria para córdes, esta nueces una taria para los politicamente correntos. Xo no me me ti yaca para estar y ando córderos. Xo me me ti yaca para despastar de odres. ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! When you think of Argentina you might envision tango, soccer, or maybe a juicy steak, but today it's all about a wild surge in bitcoin advocacy and a man whose opposition to statism might be louder than a wake -up call from Frankie. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM That's right, baby. Wake the f 'up and get on the Freedom Train. We get a lot of s*** to cover. Let's get it! I think that it can be my moment. Because as we have seen, we are in all of them. And we are not one of them. This is what we are in all of them. Because we are going to do everything, and we are going to take care of everything in the world. Yes, to be able to build Argentina properly. A liberal Argentina. An Argentinian people. An Argentinian that is going to build the borders of the world. And yes, in 35 years, we will be able to build the first global potential. So yes, effectively, I am going to be in politics. be Will it Teresa? Míle he is right. Míle? Míle, he is right. farm. go I'm gonna ahead and start with this go ahead and take a look down there 339 .8 million views and I want you to put that in perspective so when I said that you know these bit corners just made history well they're both advocates and it just became the most watched interview in history now Tucker's last interview with that orange guy yeah Trump that set the record and beat Oprah's former record with her interview with Michael Jackson and it appears Tucker Carlson is going full Eminem breaking a record every time he drops a record right now what this really had me thinking is the fact that well you know Joe Rogan gets like 11 million views he's the number one podcaster in the world Tucker was the number one show on Fox News and all mainstream media and he was getting about three four million views I'm putting that in perspective he's gone independent and he's got 340 million views blowing everyone out of the water talking about well look at this Argentina's next president and this guy is winning big -time you saw those crowds who is he well Tucker traveled to Buenos Aires to speak to him and find out and we of course hear it simply Bitcoin have covered Malay quite a bit but very exciting stuff an amazing conversation very base and before we get into that now Malay you got to understand they kind of do language a little different right so when he uses the the terms liberal he's referring to classical liberal like Bastia which is closer to libertarianism or anarcho capitalism if you'd like to say and when he refers to anything like socialism or communism of course they're all the same thing all statism and that's really the point that he's driving home is the fact that it's freedom versus the state and I love it until you fix the money for example a lot of Western democracies went full tyrannical regimes over the past few years and they're supposed to be democracies with representative government that is supposed to work in your best interest but I think we know the truth well let's get to it we're in downtown Buenos Aires the capital of Argentina this was once about a hundred years ago one of the richest cities in the world and you could tell as you walk around the fated grandeur of a once great city but this is now a desperate country its economy is in shambles has been for a long time Argentina famously defaulted on his debt more than 20 years ago but now hyperinflation has made this country genuinely desperate you see when you have dinner here in restaurants and people pull out bricks of local currency the peso to pay it feels like Weimar or Zimbabwe but it's not this is a developed country that's moving backwards at high speed and because of the frustration that has built up among the population particularly among poor people a man called Javier Miele is poised to become its next president he's a former soccer star goalie a performer in a Rolling Stones cover band and a libertarian economist he's not a libertarian in the traditional American sense he wouldn't fit into the Cato Institute he's libertarian in the traditional sense he believes people should have the maximum amount of freedom they can be given which is a lot much more than they now get in Argentina he has moved from basically nowhere in the last several years to become maybe the most famous person in this country the election is next month in October and once again it seems like he's likely to win he himself is a Bitcoin enthusiast right he jetted off to Argentina not for steak not for soccer but to meet the rock star economist and fellow Bitcoin advocate Javier Miele why do you think from your perspective you've become a man with no political background so popular so quickly in this country that in a cable con el hecho de que ese de huador de football a mismo tiempo ese do cantante rock -and -roll y ademas a soy economista y creo que esa combinación es una combinación attractive en terminos de producto televisivo pero por otra parte lo que también es importante el tema de las cídeas y argentina a pasicamente es un país que se va cien años abraçando las cídeas socialistas y entonces la revelión natural del sistema era ser libérales y es por eso que la revelión natural la parece siempre los jovenes y los jovenes encontraron alguien que man Miele from an 18 % poll prediction grabbing a 29 % victory in the primaries Miele maybe is unpredictable as a Bitcoin price chart and with hair that's probably more talked about than the latest thing what is that now like men in black aliens in Mexico or something and the guy is very based he's just gonna say what he thinks what he feels but Miele's boldness isn't limited to just critiquing the state but he also questioned the Pope talked about advising the orange guy and has many times advocated for Bitcoin is the future of financial freedom in short Javier Miele is making waves the Pope the current Pope is from Argentina I would think he would support you he has instead criticized you and you've called him a communist why the disconnect bueno primero porque el papa juega politica vente a si luma some papa donde tiene forte Ingenencia política ademostrado además una granda finidad con dictadores como Castro o como comaduro si restar el lado de de dictadores wait I'm sorry Raul Castro's a murderer si if you got to the minute at Rocesino but the Pope you believe the Pope has an affinity for Raul Castro si exacto si decho no los condena si repatante condescending de conesos y esta mien condescending de con la dictadora venesolana a si el condescending de con todos los discuiras a un cuando se verdaderos criminals toco el esos un problema prudemas es a lien que consider a que la justicia social un elemento central de desu vision y eso es muy complicado porque la justicia social case robar el fruit su trabajo una persona y dar ciudad otra en dos es implicado dos cosas una es un robo y el problema es que el robo esta encontra de lo que seniela los días mandamientos si ha valar la justicia sociales ha valar el robo por otando son problema de que está violando los días mandamientos el otro problema es que es un trato decíbal friende a la ley now me and myself I'm kind of against protectionist policies but Malay on the global stage he has a clear stance no deals with status so china lula unless it's about decentralized money of the future bitcoin probably don't bother knocking you've said that as president of argentina you will not do business with china de cho no solo no via certain negocios con china no via certain negocios con nimún comunista esir habar yo soy un defensor de la libertad de la paz y la demogracía lo comunista no entranay but also incredible beyond the politics and probably his bitcoin price checks who is this Javier Malay at heart well one thing he's a man whose phone screensaver is joy has no end and is as passionate about freedom the austrian economic community as he is about bitcoin and decentralization no no no no no no when you talk about and live according to your conscience you don't have me because you know what is the definition of this personal me you know that when you are in the last moment or when you are in the constant pressure of being big you know what I mean? You know what I mean? You know what I mean? This will pass all over your life.
A highlight from THOUGHTCRIME Ep. 14 Ukraine's Top Tranny Gets Fired. Russell Brand vs. The World. Thinking About Rome?
"Hey, feeling unsure about your finances these days? You're not alone. That's why Noble Gold Investments is here to help. Just hear it straight from the people who they've helped. The Noble crew walked me through everything with no stress. With their help, I could finally sleep easy at night. And now this month, Noble Gold Investments is handing out a free 5 -ounce silver America the Beautiful coin if you qualify for an IRA. Invest in gold and silver with Noble Gold Investments. Go to noblegoldinvestments .com right now. That is noblegoldinvestments .com right now. Hey everybody, happy Saturday. Thought Crimes, how often do you think about the Roman Empire? We ask that question more than you might believe. We also talk about the differences between men and women, micro versus macro. We cover Russell Brand, Ukraine, and more. Email us as always, freedom at charliekirk .com. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. Become a member to listen to our show advertiser free at charliekirk .com and click on the members tab. And as always, you can email us freedom at charliekirk .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. 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. The revolution continues, we can still commit thought crimes. For now, joining us tonight is fan favorite, 10 out of 10 rated, Blake Neff. Say hi, Blake. Hello. That's where he goes. Hi, Blake. Andrew. Andrew Colvitt. Yes. Hello, sir. Andrew and Jack Pessobic. I can't wait for the Halloween episode where Blake is like, Okay, let's dive right into it. Jack, true or false? We got a tranny fired. True. 100 % true. Although, if I might add, the tranny has not just been fired. This is in the quote unquote Sarah Ashton Cirillo, actually known as Mike Ashton Cirillo, the spokes tranny for the Ukrainian military. Not just fired, but actually placed under military investigation. So very excited. Not a good thing to be under military. So do we have the tape? We have the tape of her talking about the Russian devils. And then the question is, was there a Russian devil that was taken up by other means, which actually segues to our second topic? We'll see. That is a real thought, crime. But Jack, build this out. You're on some sort of Ukrainian hit list. Ukrainian government wants you dead. So Jack, tell us about it, and then we'll get to it. So yeah, the Ukrainian government, specifically their intelligence service, the SBU, has this roughly to peacemaker, but it's been referred to as a kill list or a hit list where they will place people that they consider to be quote enemies of Ukraine. And now Elon Musk appeared on this list at one point. The pope appeared on this list at one point. Tucker Carlson, Glenn Greenwald are on this list. And while we might think it's funny or silly, there's actually an American hostage right now that's being held by the Ukrainian government, a blogger and YouTuber by the name of Gonzalo Lira, who was living in Ukraine and was posting on his YouTube channel that he disagreed with Zelensky's government. He was then summarily arrested by the special services of Ukraine and has since disappeared. There have also been people that were placed on this list, including an Italian journalist, Andrea Rochelli, and numerous Russian bloggers, as well as one girl who's the daughter of a Russian political figure who were assassinated in Russia using car bombs and other improvised explosive devices after being placed on this list. After their killings, their entries on this dossier list wrote liquidated. So I was placed on this list and I was made aware of that earlier this week, right around the same time that you were really exposing everything, this American, I guess the word is American recruit for Ukrainian forces. Ashton Cirillo was saying in this completely unhinged rant, saying all Russian propagandists will be hunted down wherever you are and your teeth will Nash as we we we show you justice, only he's not the one who was dishing out the justice. It turns out he's actually the one who's facing justice now. And so let's play the tape here. And this is now play cut 22. Russia hates the truth that their obsessive focus on a Ukrainian volunteer is simply allowing the light of the Ukrainian nation's honesty to shine brightly.
A highlight from Week in Review - Episode 24
"Cycling isn't just cycling. It can be cycling or cycling or even cycling. Peloton isn't just one thing. We have classes that will ease you in and classes that will make you sweat and a range of instructors so you can find your match. Whatever you're in the mood for, we can get you in the zone. See for yourself with a worry free 30 day home trial. Visit one Peloton dot com slash home dash trial terms apply. Welcome to the Mike Gallagher Show Week in Review podcast. It's just about everything that's happened this week. I'm Eric Hanson, and we begin with President Trump, who made some controversial statements about abortion this week and called Ron DeSantis's six week abortion ban a terrible mistake. We might as well get this out of the way. We got President Trump with an answer to Kristen Welker on NBC's Meet the Press and her debut as the new host, which gave a lot of ammunition to Trump haters who want to hurt him and try to wreck his chances of becoming the nominee in 2024. This is an interesting dilemma that Republicans have. Here's the dilemma. Pro -life fighting for the sanctity of those unborn babies, the sanctity of their lives, the sacredness of the innocent. That's a centerpiece that's foundational for the Republican Party. And whether we like it or not, this particular debate that we're having in America over abortion is crushing us at the ballot box. And Donald Trump, I believe, was trying to address that with Kristen Welker on Meet the Press. Let's get it out of the way. I've been dreading this all weekend. Well, it wasn't all weekend. I mean, this first broke, I think, Saturday. They gave a little preview of his answer. I don't love his answer, but I also don't love the way Trump critics are pouncing on him, claiming he's not pro -life. I got into a big knockdown drag out, as I expected I would with my friend Mark Davis in Dallas, because Mark is now hell bent on proclaiming that Donald Trump is not pro -life. And he's saying that because of this exchange with Kristen Welker yesterday on Meet the Press. If a federal ban landed on your desk, if you were re -elected, would you sign it at 15 weeks? Are you talking about a complete ban? A ban at 15 weeks? Well, people are starting to think of 15 weeks. That seems to be a number that people are talking about right now. Would you sign that? I would I would sit down with both sides and I negotiate something and we'll end up with peace on that issue for the first time in 52 years. I'm not going to say I would or I wouldn't. I mean, the sanctus would really design a five week and six week ban. Would you support that? I think what he did is a terrible thing and a terrible mistake. But we'll come up with a number. But at the same time, Democrats won't be able to go out in six months, seven months, eight months and allow an abortion. Now, there are people who took that answer and proclaimed that Donald Trump is not pro -life, like it's important to proclaim or make some kind of declaration that he is not pro -life. I believe it's ridiculous to claim that a guy who's the only president to ever attend the March for Life, the guy who promised to get Roe v. Wade overturned because that was terrible federal. That was a terrible federal ruling and appointed Supreme Court justices who did just that to claim that Donald Trump is not pro -life is preposterous. It's absurd. It's virtue signaling. And perhaps it's just. The opportunistic way you chalk up some points for Ron DeSantis, because clearly Team DeSantis is pouncing on Donald Trump over this remark. I believe two things can be true at the same time. You can be pro -life and you can acknowledge that this issue is killing us at the ballot box. And we're losing elections. So President Trump has some campaign trouble to manage. Meanwhile, our current president can barely navigate a simple speech. If you miss Joe Biden at the U .N. this week, well, buckle up. Remember when Trump went to the United Nations and gave a really good speech and the media freaked out and said how goofy and wild and unpresidential and unprecedented it was, they had a complete meltdown and he gave a really decent speech. Compare that to the appearance of Joe Biden yesterday at the U .N. Now, even as we have all our institutions and drive creative new partnerships. Let me be clear. Certain principles of our international system are sacrosanct. Both Biden and Kamala Harris do the same thing when they say, let me be clear, run for the hills, because when they say, let me be clear, you're going to see nothing but mud and gibberish. I mean, babbling incoherently in front of the United Nations. And if that wasn't wild enough, you've got the Ukrainian President Zelensky. He marches in with his entourage. You know, I used to say I was torn about Ukraine. People that I respect insist that we have got to continue to fund the Ukrainian battle with Russia, that the American people have to help Ukraine with its border. We dare not have a wall for our own border, but we better, by God, help Ukraine with theirs. We better fund them. We better give them the missiles they want. We got to give them the ammunition they need. We need to. We got to stop Vladimir Putin. And if you push back against that, you're a stooge for Vladimir Putin. You're a Putin puppet. Just ask Tucker Carlson. When Tucker dared to express the belief that the American people have bigger fish to fry than funding Ukraine, he was thoroughly denounced and renounced as a stooge of Vladimir Putin. So there goes Zelensky marching into the UN yesterday with his bodyguards and his entourage, and he gets up to that podium. And what he said was pretty stunning. I expected he would stand at that giant podium in front of that ugly green background at the UN and talk about the need to fund his military. Talk about Russia's aggression against the Ukrainian people. Talk about Ukraine's place in the whole worldview of things instead. We got this. Even though humanity is failing on its climate policy objectives, this means that extreme weather will still impact the normal global life and some evil state will also weaponize its outcomes. And then people in the streets of New York and other cities of the world went out on climate protest. We all have seen them and when people in Morocco and Libya and other countries die as a result of natural disasters and when islands and countries disappear underwater and when tornadoes and deserts are spreading into into new territories and when all of this is happening, one unnatural disaster in Moscow decided to launch a big war and killed the tens of thousands of people. No wonder loony leftists have the Ukrainian flag in their front yard. You would think the Ukrainian president had bigger problems than climate change. Meanwhile, the United Auto Workers hit the picket lines this week. They made a few modest demands like a 40 % pay raise in a four day work week. Speaking of the UAW strike, I watched Sean Fain, the president of the United Auto Workers Union on the Sunday morning news shows. And you know, I admit I'm not a real big fan of unions. In fact, quite the opposite. I kind of think that unions have helped destroy many aspects of our economic system. In fact, it's a commonly held view that pension plans that used to be in place contributed to the decline of the U S automakers. Well, now the UAW is demanding pensions come back. They want the old fashioned defined benefit plan. And as Bloomberg points out, pensions are not worth striking over. You know what I find interesting about the UAW dispute? I heard all the talking points about how the corporate executives at the big three automakers make too much money. That's a Bernie Sanders mantra. That's an Elizabeth Warren trope. The executives make too much. You know, a company can be producing billions of dollars of revenue, but the Bernie Sanders of the world want to cap what an executive at one of those companies earns, which I always find so fascinating. It's as if they want to equate the guy or gal on the assembly line with the big automakers. Well, they're not the same. I mean it'd be nice if everybody made the same amount of money in life hate to break it to your life doesn't work that way. Some people make more than others and admittedly a lot of it is luck. I don't deserve the living that I make, but I'm very blessed to make a good living. There are people make a lot more than I do and I don't begrudge them anything, but simply because somebody that might have a show on television might make 10 times what I make. I don't think I should make what they make simply because we do the same essentially same thing. I mean, and Democrats always have such hypocrisy on this issue. Like somebody just texted me, how many homes does Bernie Sanders have again? It's more than one. But here's something that I noticed when I heard Sean Fain, the president of the UAW talk about executives compensation and how we're not making enough and we're taking steps backwards. I mean, the fact of the matter is the union gave up the defined benefit pension plan in a previous negotiation. Now they want it back. When you give up a benefit like that, you're not going to get it back. That's not realistic. And here's what I'm interested in. You know what was missing from all the coverage of the UAW strike? They never talk about what auto make auto workers make. Now I kept hearing how somebody on the assembly line can't feed their family. Really? What do they make? I kept hearing that Sean Fain kept saying the auto workers have taken three steps backwards. Really? How much do they earn? I know what they want to make. They want a 40 % pay increase and they want to only work four days a week. Now that's a pretty good deal.
Julie Kelly: Making Sense of the J6 Case Against Ray Epps
"To check it out, but only if you want honest journalism you want She's not your gal so Julie you know a lot about this case, and I I'm I kind I of mean that me I know I was being sarcastic in that open, but you know every and every bit of sarcasm is a little element The truth of that makes it. I think a little humorous is I don't know where we are, but Ray apps I mean we were told again that January 6 was the Pearl Harbor of our time We've got a guy you know literally not figuratively on tape talking about we Need to go into the Capitol conservatives like you and I start asking questions like hey You know it wasn't a good idea to Disguised incentivize him to do it and all of a sudden ray apps is a hero in the media, but can you Make any sense to you um it does not but to answer your According to the corporate media and people like Adam Kinzinger who to your point everyone involved Even remotely involved even people who weren't there like Henry gay Tario the ex Of -leader the Proud Boys everyone is an insurrectionist a domestic terrorist. They should be thrown in jail, But the key you know tossed for good except for ray apps, so If you listen to how they portray ray apps he is the victim of right -wing Theorists including us and Tucker Carlson that he just wandered there. He was To trying help police he wasn't instigating anything except and we have all the video evidence to the contrary. You know it was fascinating there's a hearing going on right now House Judiciary Committee and General Merrick Garland is there one of the Democrats is playing this video montage of January 6 and pops who up at the very first exterior breach point ray apps, but we're supposed to believe That he's only guilty
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 09/20/23
"Music I needed me some Gary Numan mic with a little new wavy electronic sound of cars. Because I've done something now that you have done. My goal in life is to follow everything you've done. When I grow up, I want to be you. So guess what I've done? Don't get dry socketed. Okay, well, Lord knows. Oh, how'd that go? How'd that go? I may not make it today. I'm going to maybe do the hit with you and I am, boy, am I hurting. Oh, boy. I come out of here and I'm listening to the Mike Gallagher Show as all good Americans should. Bless your heart. You're saying, please call me so I don't have to talk as much. Oh, my gosh. And they oblige. Yeah, it's really. But what's going on? And then I'll get to my silly little story. Well, no, no, I didn't mean to interrupt you. I didn't want to. No, it's okay. First things first. And I know you're and you're a little cranky because listen, I want to I want to lift you up. If you've got to be scooped by anybody, be scooped by Tucker Carlson. No, you know what's funny? Because Paxton's people thought I'd be upset. Oh, we're so sorry. It's like, dude, it's Tucker flipping Carlson. There's 50 million people if that delays me a day. And I also totally understand in Tucker world if they say, look, if Ken Paxton is going to be on with us. No other media before this airs. I completely understand. Well, it also gives you a lot of great material based on what he's going to say. Five o 'clock tonight, it drops. Yeah, yeah. Because when I saw that unfolding, I thought about the timing because I saw his announcement of being on with Tucker and I knew he was going to do your show. And I thought, well, I'll bet you the Tucker thing has got to go first, probably. And they're bringing him to Maine, right? That he has been there. It has happened. It's been taped. Absolutely. Oh, wow. Interesting. So anyway, I had this stupid wisdom tooth surgery Friday and was feeling great Saturday, a little less great Sunday, starting to feel bad Monday. By Tuesday, full -fledged pain. Go to the dentist. He said, yep, you've got dry socket. I said, well, Lord. And don't look that up online if you're going to have wisdom tooth surgery. So it's like a really, really awful, awful pain. It's like when the I don't want to get too graphic. But it's it's people who know it, know it. Dry socket is what you don't want to have after you get your wisdom tooth taken out. So I'm not sure I'm going to make it. Is there something you I remember when I had some wisdom teeth taken out. I remember a piece of device that said, don't do fill in the blank or you'll get dry socket. What was that? And did you do it? Well, I ate and that's you know, you got to eat and have that. No kidding. And that's sucking through a straw. How about a straw straws? Bad. No straws. No, you know, don't chew on that side. You don't want to get food in there, but good luck not getting food in it. And that's the problem. The dentist, the oral surgeon said, oh, boy, you got some food in there. I said, I've been trying to rinse with saltwater and like they told me to do. And I you know, but it's bad. I mean, I was up all night and tossing and turning and you can't. And it's always bad. Of course, it's this interesting dilemma that everybody has in life. Everybody goes to the doctor, has the same. And if you've got a problem like this, they don't want to give you narcotics. They are so reluctant because of the scared of you. Well, hooked on something ensuing. Yeah. Because of the whole, you know, national epidemic. Opioids have a bad name. Opioids have a bad name. Opioids are awesome. The cause. There's a drop. They used to be the cause. I mean, the purpose properly used has been. And what's the thing? You saw it, didn't you? A painkiller. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. About about the Sackler family and all that. So this is they all this Dr.
A highlight from Jordan Peterson: Scrap the Banks, Adopt Bitcoin | EP 825
"It's all going to zero against Bitcoin, it's going up for everyone, you're against Bitcoin, you're against freedom. Yo, welcome to Simply Bitcoin Live, we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution, we will be your guide through the separation of money and state. Crazy news, Jordan Peterson, one of the most influential people on planet earth in terms of media, basically said the quiet part out loud, he said, scrap banks, adopt Bitcoin. And the crazy part about this, right, is what you hear from a lot of the political rhetoric, right, what you hear from a lot of the people that correctly identify the problems, like Xavier Millie is a great example of this, right, he's correctly identified the issue, the issue is central banking, the issue is the state, right? But you if correctly identify the issue without providing a solution, you're not really going anywhere, like the whole end the Fed movement, shout out Ron Paul, because I think he really, really started that in the United States, like, that's great, right? But what it and the Fed, and then what, and the Fed and then Bitcoin. So when someone who has that much influence outside of the Bitcoin echo chamber is not only saying scrap banks, but is actually presenting the solution to his mainstream audience that is not, that is not inside the Bitcoin echo chamber, that is a really, really big deal. So we're going to get into that, he has a massive following not only on YouTube, also on Twitter, I know a lot of people don't agree with his politics. And you know, and I respect that. And I understand that. But what I ask you is to zoom out, it's not his, his politics are irrelevant to this cause to what we're trying to achieve here. And what we're ultimately trying to achieve is a separation of money and state peacefully, people waking up realizing that no one should have the ability to create money for free that someone else has to work for. And they opt out into not only a, not only a currency that is not inflationary, but is actually deflationary, your purchasing power increases over time. So that's why this is a big deal. That's why it's a big deal when people like Jordan Peterson, people like Joe Rogan, people like Tucker Carlson, when they taught Tim Pool the other day, it's very, very important that those individuals that have massive followings, independent followings outside of the legacy corporate media talk about Bitcoin, because that is when the mainstream starts to start starts to ask questions. And I'm very, very glad that Jordan Peterson not only correctly identified the problem, but also said, okay, the solution is Bitcoin. Now this was a, this is a major effort by the Bitcoin community, right? There was a podcast that he did with Robert Breedlove, Gigi. I think he did one with Safedean also that all contributed to him coming to that conclusion that Bitcoin was the answer, just like how Max Kaiser went on Tucker Carlson, just how Michael Saylor went on Tucker Carlson, just how Marty Bette went on Tucker Carlson. Bitcoiners breaking out of the Bitcoin echo chamber, getting into the ears of huge, massively popular mainstream independent content creators so that they can tell their audience, guys, it's not left or right. It's not, it's not all this stuff that you guys are getting caught distracted with. The issue is the money. You fix the money, you fix the world. That's why I'm so hyped about today's episode. Anyways, I want to bring up my legendary cohost. He's getting more professional by the minute. He's wearing polos now. Are we just, are we just, are we just poloing it up bro from, from now on? Is that what we're doing? Yo, Anders was trolling me that I, that I allegedly am going to be wearing a suit in LA. I don't have a suit, so maybe I'll have to buy a suit so that I can be more professional. No, it was literally, it just got washed. It was on my computer chair and I'm like, all right, I'm wearing a polo today. It is what it is. It is what it is. But you're wearing a lot more polos as of late, bro. I have two polos and it's like I put on a button shirt and everyone's like, Oh, you're so professional. It's like, guys, I'm just not wearing a hoodie and a t -shirt, but Hey, I don't know. I will do a poll. Do people want me to wear polos anymore? I, whatever, whatever. Anyway, this is not about my fashion decisions. Okay. Um, yeah, man, Nico, crazy stuff. I can't wait to break down this whole new story today, but we'll save that for later. On that note, we do have a guest today. Shouts out to Stefan, a Bitcoiner, and we're really going to dive in on the connections between health and Bitcoin and why you guys need to get healthy out there. It's super important. Anyway, Stefan, how are you doing today? I'm great, guys. Thanks for having me on. Thanks for joining us on Simply.
A highlight from 1403: This Will Send Bitcoin to $1,000,000 - Max Keiser
"In today's show, I'll be breaking down the latest technical analysis, as well as breaking news just in. The former SEC and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Norman Reed, announced as the new CEO of Binance US? Like, what? Serious? We'll also be discussing the latest from Max Kaiser, who recently shared, we helped boost El Salvador's bonds 90 % this year. We can help Javier Malay escape the IMF, central banking terrorist, and get Argentina's economy rocking. Hope to be landing in Buenos Aires soon. Let's go. He also says that President Bukele plus Bitcoin have reinvented the nation state. Governance is being redefined in the Bitcoin age. A true meritocracy and universal economic freedom is rising in El Salvador. Socialist ideas are on their deathbed. Can the Bukele model of Bukelenomics be exported to another country? We will go to Argentina and discuss this with Javier Malay. Can't freaking wait. Also breaking news, Mark Cuban loses $870 ,000 worth of Ethereum in his MetaMask hot wallet with a hack. Rough. Also in today's show, Gemini legal team accuses DCG, the digital currency group of gaslighting Genesis creditors. We'll also be discussing BitGo and Swan unveil plans for a Bitcoin -only trust company. That's right, the trust company will target institutional investors in the United States as asset managers line up for the Bitcoin spot ETF. Send it. We'll also be discussing Bitcoin price all -time high will precede the 2024 halving according to this latest prediction by Bitcoin. Quitting him here, no, Bitcoin is not going to top before the halving. Yes, it is going to reach a new all -time high before the halving. No, Bitcoin is not going to 160 ,000 because the magnitude of every pullback is large. This means it will peak after the halving in 2024. And yes, the target price is around $250 ,000 per Bitcoin. I'll also be sharing the latest predictions from Max Keiser with the Bitcoin price action I recently transcribed his most recent interviews. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo, what's good crypto fam? This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at cryptonewsalerts .net. Again, that's cryptonewsalerts .net. Welcome everyone just joining us. This is pod episode number 1403. I'm your host JV, and it is stat stacking Saturday. So let's get it. It's September 16th. So you already know we're halfway through the September before October. So let's bring it. Let's start with our market watch. As you can see here on the screen, we're back in the green. Bitcoin up a half a percent for the day trading back above 26 ,500. We also have Ether trading above 1600. And checking out coinmarketcap .com, we're sitting just above that trillion dollar milestone with roughly 22 billion in volume in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin dominance is 48 .9%, and the Ether dominance is 18 .6%. And checking out the top 100 crypto gainers of the past 24 hours, TonCoin leading the pack up 17 .5 % trading at $2 .42, followed by ThorChain up 9 .5%, trading at $1 .91, followed by Flow up 8 .5%, trading just above 46 cents. And checking out the top 100 crypto gainers for the past week, we have a sea of green, which is a beautiful omen for the altcoin market. We have coins such as TonFlow, Rune, and Ave all pretty up between anywhere from 8 to 13%. And yeah, so there you have it. How many of you are currently bullish on the king crypto, and how many of you are anticipating a further dip? Let me know your insights. And at the end of the show, I'll be reading everyone's comments out loud as we do each and every day in the Q &A session. Now, let's dive into some technical analysis from Glassnode, one of my favorite analytics platform. The past few days have been relatively positive for the price action for the king crypto, which has been increasing since Tuesday, September 12th. At the time, Bitcoin is sitting just above 25 ,600. Now in this prediction, the co -founder of the popular crypto analytics resource, Glassnode, outlined that the US CPI jumped by 0 .6%, which led to some fluctuations of the Bitcoin price. And indeed, the core CPI, which excludes more volatile sectors such as food and energy by design, has noted a yearly increase of 4 .3%. But interestingly, the CPI itself clocked in at 3 .7%, while the estimations were for it to be 3 .6%. So initially, the news didn't really have any impact on the price, which beyond the expected initial turbulence, settled at where it was trading just before that. So here's some price predictions coming from the Glassnode co -founder. He pointed out that crypto reclaimed the support above 26 ,000 and is now eyeing a potential break beyond 27 ,000. This would help it escape a multi -week range. He went on to share, risk signals nose dive into the 60s around ,400 27 and 28 ,200. But this climb seems poised as a step before tackling the psychological barrier at $30 ,000. So there you have it. Let me know if you agree or disagree with the analysts. And are you currently more bullish or bearish on the King crypto for the short term? Please do let me know. And breaking news just came in before I went live. And I'm like, it's hard for me to even accept this, but this is what it says. Former SEC and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Norman Reed, is announced as the new CEO of Binance US. You can't make this stuff up. Folks, what is the SEC doing? Now, Max Kaiser recently tweeted, I'm sure you know, there was a Tucker Carlson interview with the pro Bitcoin presidential candidate of Argentina, who's currently winning the polls for the presidency. And fantastic, almost 400 million views within the first day. Max went on to share, we help boost El Salvador's bonds 90 % this year. Facts. We can help Javier Malay in Argentina escape the IMF central banking terrorists and get Argentina's economy rocking. Hope to be landing in Buenos Aires soon. So the million dollar question, do you think Max Kaiser will orange pill Javier Malay? I sure hope so. He even recently tweeted here, President Bukele plus Bitcoin have reinvented the nation state. Governance is being redefined in the Bitcoin age. A true meritocracy in universal economic freedom is rising in El Salvador. Socialist ideas are on their deathbed. Can the Bukele model of Bukele -nomics be exported to another country? We will go to Argentina and discuss this with Javier Malay. And quoting El Salvador's fearless leader, Bukele, old ideas and institutions crumbled and a new generation is called on to remake the world based on the human right of financial freedom. Preach. Now, Max also shared in regards to this headline, Janet Yellen says Ukraine aid is the best boost for the global economy. Now this is hilarious and also sincere at the same time. Bitcoin monetizes war and violence by being finite and uncomfortable as this ugly, what? Illustrates money monetizes war by violence by turning humans into disposable garbage central bank Ponzi scheme. Preach Max Kaiser. Greatly appreciate all the work you're doing. You're truly doing God's work. You and Stacy's a massive shout out. Now let's discuss the latest with the hack from Mark Cuban. Now this is alarming, but at the same time, it's Meta Mass. I've been telling you guys to stay away from the Meta Mass wallet for quite some time. And also they didn't hack Bitcoin. They hacked Ethereum. I personally don't trust Ethereum or Meta Mass. So interestingly enough, so to read this story, let's break this down. Check this out. Nearly $900 ,000 worth of Ethereum was reportedly drained from one of the hot wallets belonging to investor in Dallas. Mavs owner, Mark Cuban, the man that once said Bitcoin has no intrinsic value and that bananas are more valuable. Yeah, right now, independent blockchain sleuth was the first to spot the hack September 15th at around 8 PM. So that was last night after they highlighted suspicious behavior. What one of Cuban's wallets that the 65 year old had an interacted with for roughly five months as he shared here on X LMAO did Mark Cuban's wallet just get drain wallet inactive for 160 days and all of the assets just moved. And according to the transaction history on Etherscan, several batches of assets such as USD coin, USDC tether, and Lido staked Ether were suddenly withdrawn from the wallet within a 10 minute window. Now adding complexity to the matter, another 2 million worth of USDC was also withdrawn and sent to a different wallet, leading Woz to suspect that Cuban may just be moving some assets around. However, a few hours later, Cuban confirm to DL news that he had gone on metamask for the first time in months and vaguely suggested that the hacker or hackers may have been watching and waiting for the moment to pounce. Cuban added that he had transferred any remaining assets to Coinbase custody, essentially confirming that the $2 million worth of USDC transaction was indeed him. But in terms of the hack, members of the community were quick to point out that the opposed to the hackers watching Cubans activity, he must have done something that led to the security breach. Some suggested that Cuban may have mistakenly signed a malicious transaction while others asserted his private keys were compromised given that the funds were directly transferred out of his wallets. What do you guys personally think chat? Please let me know in the comments below. This is not the first time Cuban has been taken a hit on the crypto market. Back in June of 2021, Cuban Lawson unspecified amount of capital on what he called a rug pull after the algo stable project called iron finance imploded amid a supposed bank run. So there you have it. Mark Cuban has a bad track record in crypto. Just pointing out the obvious fam, how many of you guys think that it was a legitimate hack? Let me know your thoughts or how many of you think he maybe have just moved it around and don't want to claim it. Who knows? I mean, there's infinite possibilities. No one really knows, but I'll be keeping you posted with the latest developments. We all know Mark Cuban is a multi -billionaire. So obviously a $900 ,000 loss is not going to affect him. He's not going to lose any sleep over it. But what if you were to get hacked worth of $900 ,000 of crypto? So again, red alert, be very careful with wallets such as MetaMask. Just saying. Now for the latest between the digital currency group in Gemini with the ongoing saga as it continues, lawyers representing Gemini Trust have pushed back against the plan proposed by DCG for the creditors of Genesis Global in the filing yesterday, September 15th in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District in New York. New York, where you at? The legal team accused DCG of gaslighting Genesis creditors through contrived, misleading and inaccurate assertions and a recovery plan. Now the plan filed in Bankruptcy Court September 13th, three days ago, claimed unsecured creditors could have a 70 to 90 % recovery with a meaningful portion of the recovery in digital currencies, while Gemini earned users would expect an approximately 95 to 110 % recovery for their claims. This seemed like a red flag when I initially read the story. I'm like, how are they going to get back 110 %? Does that make any sense? So now I'm starting to understand maybe they were gaslighting. What are your thoughts, chat? According to the legal team, DCG was attempting to bait the Gemini lenders into accepting the deal that would allow the company to pay less than it allegedly owed. Lawyers called on the firm to significantly improve the terms of the loans provided to Genesis and not use Genesis' bankruptcy proceedings to cover for justifications of the recovery plan, quoting them here, to distract the Genesis creditors from the inconvenient facts of its facially inadequate and inequitable proposal, DCG touts proposed recovery rates that are total mirage, misleading at best and deceptive at worst, said the filing yesterday, September 15th. Make no mistake, Gemini lenders will not actually receive anything close to the real value in terms of proposed recovery rates under the current agreement. In principle, so a bunch of more shenanigans, to say the least. The legal battle involved entanglements with crypto exchange Gemini and DCG over the Gemini Earn program. How many of you have lost crypto from Gemini Earn? I'm curious. Please let me know in the chat, fam. Financed in part by Genesis, Genesis halted withdrawals as we know November of 2022 in the wake of the FTX collapse, citing unprecedented market turmoil at the time and filed for bankruptcy later on in January of this year. According to the court filings by Gemini, Genesis owed more than $3 .5 billion to its top 50 creditors at the time of their Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. The crypto exchange filed the claim in May, aimed at recovering more than $1 .1 billion worth of assets for roughly $232 ,000 Earn users and filed a lawsuit against DCG and their CEO, Barry Silber, in June alleging fraud. Barry was not the only architect and mastermind of the DCG and Genesis fraud against the creditors. He was directly and personally involved in perpetuating it, said Gemini co -founders Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss back in June. The US SEC filed a civil suit against Gemini and Genesis in January for allegedly selling unregistered securities through the Earn program. The two firms filed a motion to dismiss the case in May, but it is still ongoing at this current time. How do you think this is likely to play out? I just hope that the investors get their money back as they deserve because we all know with lawsuits, the biggest losers are always the investors. The biggest winners are the lawyers and the courts. That's just facts. So we'll see how this plays out as well. And again, they're attacking and going after all of the yield programs for crypto with Gemini Earn being a pretty large one. Why? It undermines the banks, right? If you can earn a five or 10 % yield putting your cryptocurrency on their platform, it basically tells you that why would you even waste your time with fiat currency in your bank when you're losing more than the actual appreciation of interest because the interest is virtually nothing while you're losing 20 % in inflation on an annual basis. It just makes no sense. So it seems if I had to guess, that's why they're attacking all of these yield programs. But what are your thoughts, chat? Please do let me know. I'm going to read those comments out in a little bit. Now let's discuss the latest with Bitcoin Trust. That's right, BitGo and Swan unveiled plans for their Bitcoin -only trust company. This is breaking news as well. The US may soon have a Bitcoin -only trust company according to plans disclosed by BitGo and Swan yesterday, September 15th. The joint venture is pending regulatory approval, the company said in the statement. Now I love the word joint venture because hey, JV, just saying. The forthcoming entity will handle similar activities of a trust company, including Bitcoin custody, administration and management on behalf of its beneficiaries. And according to Corey Clipston, CEO of Swan, the solutions intends to offer Bitcoin custody without the risk of having other altcoins under the same roof. As you know, Swan is Bitcoin -only and they're pretty much anti everything, not Bitcoin. Quoting him here, for years, we have heard from major clients, partners and other Bitcoin companies that they would prefer a Bitcoin -only software and services stack that is focused strictly on the best custody and leverages of Bitcoin's unique features. The companies are in contact with state regulators about the plans, but have yet to file regulatory approval. Clipston told Cointelegraph we're evaluating acquisition options first, he disclosed as he announced here through the Swan Bitcoin team on X. As part of our long -term vision to advance Bitcoin adoption, we're announcing a major step forward for Swan and the entire Bitcoin ecosystem. BitGo and Swan announced plans for USA's first Bitcoin -only trust company. Let's go USA. BitGo offers digital asset security and custody, supporting over 700 cryptos as per its website. And in contrast, Swan's business is fully dedicated to the king crypto, allowing users to only invest in Bitcoin via a one -time and reoccurring purchases, with custody of records held at Fortress Bank and Bakkt, while BitGo acts as a cold storage for Custodian. Now, didn't Fortress Trust just go bankrupt or get acquired by another company? Was it Ripple? You guys let me know in the chat. I know there was something major with Fortress Trust. Now, the new venture will target institutional investors such as asset managers, pension plans, and family offices, along with governments and company treasuries. It will offer cold storage, fraud prevention, anti -money laundering, and know -your -customer protocols, amongst other Bitcoin -related services. Institutional investors in the crypto space are at a fast -growing market in the US, especially as the world's largest asset managers seek regulatory approval, which includes BlackRock, the largest. For a spot Bitcoin ETF, we also have several large Wall Street players offering crypto custody solutions to institutional investors, which include the Bank of New York, Mellon, as well as Deutsche Bank, quoting them here. We believe there is a high likelihood that several ETFs are approved in 2024, and thus a new round of entrants to the Bitcoin market seeking mature, reputable, technology -proficient partners for a range of needs, explained the Swan CEO. The SEC delayed decisions on the spot Bitcoin ETF product. Analysts predict the regulatory regulator may postpone a decision until early 2024 as the deadline fast approaches, quoting them again. Our teams have worked closely together for nearly a year on stronger, qualified custody models. Early in 2023, we recognized the opportunity to establish a Bitcoin -only custodian, combining the unique capabilities of each company and supporting the innovators that will be at the forefront of pushing Bitcoin adoption, noted the CEO of BitGo. So there you have it. I am curious, by a show of hands chat, how many of you have purchased or acquired Bitcoin using Swan Bitcoin, and how many of you are familiar or ever used BitGo? Let me know in the chat. Now let's break down our next breaking story of the day, and that's the Bitcoin halving, which should be on everybody's mind, because it's only six months out, estimated to take place sometime in April of 2024. Now guess what? What if we hit a new all -time high pre -halving, because that's what this prediction suggests. Let's break this baby down, shall we? Bitcoin has a $250 ,000 target for after its next block subsidy halving, but a new all -time high will come sooner. Let me know if you guys agree. That is the latest Bitcoin prediction from BitQuant, the popular social media commentator who sees a rosy future for Bitcoin. In his latest post on X on September 15th, synonymous central banker and Bitcoiner revealed a pre -halving target of 69 ,000. That's what makes this individual interesting. He is a central banker and a Bitcoiner. I didn't even know that was a possible combination, fam, just saying, but he wrote, no, Bitcoin is not going to the top before the halving. Yes, it is going to reach a new all -time high before the halving. Now Bitcoin has just over six months before the halving, the event that cuts the miner rewards, as we know, per block by 50 % every four years. Analysts argue that the resulting emission restrictions have a cathartic impact on the Bitcoin price performance, acting as something of a springboard in advance of Bitcoin seeing new all -time highs. But for BitQuant, the analysts, that alone is not bullish enough. Not only will Bitcoin beat its current record set in 2021, which we all know the current all -time high is 69 ,000, before next April, it'll go on to hit $250 ,000 per Bitcoin after the next halving cycle begins. That's what he says here. No, Bitcoin is not going to 160 ,000 because the magnitude of every pullback is large. This means it will peak after the halving in 2024, and yes, the target price is around 250 ,000, which is outlined right here in the chart. Let me know if you agree or disagree with this crypto analyst, BitQuant. Now, market participants are highly divided when it comes to how the Bitcoin price action will play out into the halving and beyond. Some agree that the higher levels are possible by April, but plenty of conservative voices obviously remain, especially bears, right? Last month, Bitcoin investor and author Jesse Myers dispelled any idea that Bitcoin will be trading at six figures between now and then, and in a subsequent interview, meanwhile, Philby Philby, the co -founder of Trading Suite, decent trader, gave a pre -halving Bitcoin price ceiling of 46 ,000, quoting him here, assuming no Black Swan event, around 35 ,000 by the end of the year, and possibly as high as 46 ,000, sometime pre -halving in quarter one of 2024. So there, you freaking have it. And as he shares here, I'm going to read you his particular post on X coming from Bitcoin. Again, this is the central banker slash Bitcoiner. He says, no, Bitcoin is not going to the top before the halving. Yes, it is going to reach a new all -time high before the halving. No, Bitcoin is not going to 160 ,000 because the magnitude of every pullback is large. This means it will peak after the halving in 2024. And yes, the target price is around $250 ,000 per coin. So there you have it, fam. Again, let me know if you agree or disagree with the analysts and where do you feel the Bitcoin halving, which is around the corner, is likely to take us. As you know, the two most bullish catalysts in the market, Bitcoin halving as well as spot Bitcoin ETF. I hope they both get approved and take place. We already know for certain the halving will take place, but there's a 95 % chance of the spot ETF approval in the United States, according to top ETF analyst, Eric Balchunes of Bloomberg. Now for the moment you have all been waiting for, the latest from Max Kaiser. I recently transcribed, actually today, his most recent interview in Bitcoin price predictions, very powerful words to share. So let's break this down. So first and foremost, he says, the world is a very different place and everyone will say nobody saw it coming, but it is clearly been brewing now for many years. And it's like every single day you can just see the catastrophe inching toward the abyss. You know, it's we're at the zero line preach. He also says it is a global fiat money game and you see different countries where fiat money regimes are collapsing in real time, right? Facts. Argentina, you know, the countries like this or like Lebanon recently had a complete collapse or a central bank collapse. That's right. And inflation is definitely an indication that your fiat money regime is in dire straits and inflation is breaking out in a big way. It is not going to return to where it was before this latest inflation break inflation and the collapse of fiat money is here. Now people are feeling it right now. And the quality of life all over the world is being impacted by it and it's being impacted in the United States. You know, people can't buy a home. People can't afford food. The economy is starting to ramp back up again. So it's playing out right now. And there is nothing that can be done to stop this inflation because the economy is completely out of control. So even the interest on the debt in the United States is now over one trillion dollars. So I think it is the biggest line item on the budget, bigger than the military. What we were told for decades was, oh, you know, it's trickle down economics or what you have, what not. I mean, and he goes on to share with Bitcoin. It's kind of the end of price discovery because everything will be priced in Bitcoin preach. eventually Everything goes to zero against Bitcoin. And so for someone like myself, who has been following this for 40 years, finance markets, technology, Bitcoin is the holy grail. It is the end all. I would say my compatriot in all of this is the one and only Michael Saylor. When you hear Michael Saylor talk, he talks about the aesthetics of Bitcoin, the beauty of Bitcoin. And he speaks about it in a way that I think carries the torch from the Max and Stacey from 2011. He started buying it, I guess, when it was 10 or 12000 a coin or so in 2020 era. So we were from 2011 to 2020. I think he's kind of carried the torch from 2020 in a lot of ways and introduced Bitcoin to massive pools of capital. I am surprised that more companies haven't followed his lead, giving up the break in inflation we have had exactly as Michael Saylor predicted, the melting ice cube, as he called it at that time, is exactly what happened. Well, I guess we can say now we're in a new era where BlackRock and those other major institutions are now looking at Bitcoin. So his work on the institutional level, I guess, is now bearing fruit. Three years later, I see in the Middle East, they are starting to recognize Bitcoin. So that's a huge pool of capital. I think all of that oil money will find its way into Bitcoin and be a huge catalyst for the prices. It is a natural way for the oil industry to diversify their portfolio because Bitcoin is essentially energy and the energy eventually gets priced in Bitcoin. And there is a marriage between these two in a big way. So I think that's kind of the answer. I have always been fascinated by price discovery in markets and the architecture of how markets work under the hood. And Bitcoin is such a pristine, perfect money. And I think it is something that humans have been searching for since forever. And now we're seeing it change society on a really fundamental level with the introduction of Bitcoin. And a lot of people are freaking out because of it, because it destroys the status quo. And a lot of people who have been waiting for it to come along have had the faith that humanity can be saved. They see Bitcoin in those terms. So you have this split going on, which is very exciting. So it just continues on and on. And you cannot, how could you not be interested in it? I think the people who were into it earlier and just walked away just never got it from the beginning. Once it's characterized as an asset class, we have nothing to do except position ourselves in this asset class. Either we are going to be a small position or a big position, but we cannot ignore it. We cannot not have a position. Now check this out. So even 1 % of that multi -hundred trillion dollar funds available moves the needle on Bitcoin and it moves it up considerably. He's referencing the 700 trillion dollar plus total addressable market. And he continues, so if we get into the 5 to 10 % range, then you start to really see it raise ahead to the seven figure type predictions that people have been making, including myself, because Bitcoin is an asset class preach. And on the flip side, we have what we saw in the gold market, which is the ability to control the price discovery and manipulate the prices. It's real through the derivatives markets. So the price of gold has been lagging inflation for 20 years because the governments around the world don't like gold making their fiat money look bad. That's right. So they make it easy for the huge funds to manipulate the price of gold and to scalp it, to continuously skim profits off of gold, which is what they do almost every single day. You can watch it and see it. That's pretty clear. And they are very good at keeping the price of gold and silver down. There's something like for every ounce of silver, there's probably 50 ounces worth of derivatives floating in various exchanges around world that are used to keep the price of silver down because governments don't want gold to race ahead and draw capital out of their fiat money scam into gold. He's preaching. Now with Bitcoin, we have the ability to pull our private keys, which is not really available with gold. Technically people can take delivery of gold on these exchanges, but there has never been an organized attempt to do so. We tried to do it a few years ago with crash JP Morgan, buy gold and silver because after the 2008 financial crisis, when JP Morgan ended up buying Bear Stearns effectively for nothing, they inherited this huge multimillion short silver position that Bear Stearns was managing at the behest of presumably the government. The government likes to stay involved. And so I did some calculations and it became clear that if this short position was not covered, the price of silver could go to 60 to $70 an ounce, and it would bankrupt JP Morgan Chase. Take that Jamie Dimon. So we started this crash JP Morgan buy silver campaign, and we got the price of silver from $15 up to $50. So we got it up to $50 level. And then the Fed of course came in, they changed the laws overnight to make it possible for these banks to have and carry a much greater short position and silver. So they printed up a lot of paper, silver derivatives, and they stopped the run on their bank. And the price of silver went back down to $15 or so. So we've seen that it is possible to force capitulation in that silver market. But at the end of the day, because the ability to pull private keys is not like it is Bitcoin, I don't think it'll ever succeed. Whereas with Bitcoin, you can pull your private keys. Now, I mean, he is speaking facts right here. Warren Buffett and his own words has said, derivatives are financial weapons of mass destruction. The central bankers are using it to manipulate the markets. That's what they're doing with silver. That's what they're doing with gold and precious metals. And Max makes a great point. They don't want the gold and silver prices to rise up. It undermines the US dollar. They're trying to keep a strong dollar, right? So that's why gold has been pretty stable at like $2 ,000 and unable to really climb much above it. I think it's been pretty stagnant virtually for the past decade. So with the dollar inflating from them continuing to print trillions of dollars, the fact that gold isn't just continuously going up, it proves that the market is manipulated. You also got to consider as well, there is no scarce asset like Bitcoin. Bitcoin has a finite limited supply of 21 million coins. Yeah, gold may be rare or scarce, but they dump a new supply every year into the market. They can control it. They could invest more into discovering more gold. As Jack Mallers pointed out, Elon could maybe discover more gold on Mars. Who knows? Bitcoin, you can't say the same thing. Bitcoin is perfect money. It's incorruptible. It's unconfiscatable and the list goes on and on. So if you had the choice to put your wealth somewhere, what asset class would you choose to put it in? Let me know, fam. And don't forget to check out cryptonewsalerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in the live Q &A. And I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode. HODL.
A highlight from THOUGHTCRIME Ep. 13 Willard Romney's Revenge? Dems Legitimizing Prostitution? Oliver The Fake?
"Hey, feeling unsure about your finances these days? You're not alone. That's why Noble Gold Investments is here to help. Just hear it straight from the people who they've helped. The Noble crew walked me through everything with no stress. With their help, I could finally sleep easy at night. And now this month, Noble Gold Investments is handing out a free 5 -ounce silver America the Beautiful coin if you qualify for an IRA. Invest in gold and silver with Noble Gold Investments. Go to noblegoldinvestments .com right now. That is noblegoldinvestments .com right now. Hey, everybody. Happy Saturday. Thought Crimes. I joined late to this because I was at our Pastor Summit. But Andrew, Blake, and Jack carry the water for the first part of the episode. Talk about Mitt Romney. Talk about the Virginia Hooker. And then we also talk about Oliver Anthony, who I call a ginger Bernie Sanders with a banjo. Thought Crimes, where we say things that you're not even allowed to think in Western society. This is your warning. I'm just warning you that, yes, there is things in this episode that are not always appropriate for homeschoolers. Email us as always freedom at charliekirk .com and get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campuses. 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. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to tonight's edition, this week's edition of Thought Crime. Are you ready to commit thought crime? Because we've got a lot. Let's go around the horn. I'm not even sure because we got a lot of craziness going on right now. Our gas prices are up almost a full dollar here since last week, almost. And I was in California about a week ago. And I think are you guys hitting about six, almost $6 a gallon right now? Yeah, we are. Yeah, it's about five. How do you do it? I mean, honestly, Santa Barbara is a small town, so we don't drive a whole bunch. We don't feel it as much as probably like, you know, our Los Angeles friends. But I mean, at the end of the day, I mean, California is and actually this, this includes Arizona, Nevada, I believe, Washington and Oregon are considered the same sort of gas island. So they are as it has to do with where the oil comes from. It has to do with where they're getting refined. California has all these special additives and regulations that the refineries, these these benchmarks that refineries need to hit. So it can only come from certain refineries. So it limits the supply even more. It's a whole problem. So Charlie will be here in a little bit. He's at the Pastor Summit right now. He's dealing with some stuff. He's taking care of business on assignment, of course, for Turning Point USA, the faith coalition. But we're here. We're going to hold down the fort until Charlie returns. So shoot us your emails freedom at Charlie kirk .com. Let's get into the first topic here. This one, I think we've all talked about it, but we haven't all mentioned it together. This one, the the revenge or should we say the elegy for Willard Romney? Willard Mitt Romney has announced he's quitting the Senate total rage quit right before the 2024 election. So he's going to serve out the remainder of his term. And of course, as befits his character, he's riding off into the sunset by having the globalists at the Atlantic publish a completely obnoxious passive aggressive interview, trashing his colleagues, trashing Trump, trashing the GOP base. So what is the final word on the GOP 2012 standard bearer, the man who was the nominee for president in 2012? And, Blake, I think you actually have an excerpt from the from this article that's by McKay Coppins in the Atlantic. Oh, well, yeah, exactly, Jack. It's it's amazing. So, of course, he's everything about Romney is, you know, the supposed like, you know, politeness and decorum and all the damage that Trump does to our democracy by being always the last Boy Scout. Yeah, yeah, the last Boy Scout. So naturally, what he does is he announces he's retiring. And then, you know, in perfect timing with it, McKay Coppins has this biography that he's putting out that's, you know, all about Romney and has all these like data points in it. And he's basically just like Romney doing like a drive by shooting on other members of the Republican Party as he leaves. Let's see, like one of the lines from it. This is a summary as Axios summarizes it helpfully for us. Romney shares a unique disgust for senators Josh Hawley of Missouri and Ted Cruz of Texas, who he thought were too smart to believe Trump won the 2020 election. But, quote, put politics above the interests of liberal democracy and the Constitution. And then the even wilder one is for Senator J .D. Vance of Ohio. He says, quote, I don't know that I can disrespect someone more than J .D. Vance. That is a direct quote from Senator Romney describing Senator Vance, who he still has to, you know, share a Senate chamber with for the next year before he actually quits. But, you know, J .D., I mean, can can someone explain what what what is J .D. Vance done in his time in the Senate that's been so ill reputable? It could. Does anyone have what when he went to East Palestine and it seems it seems his crime is that went on there? I'm trying to figure this out. It seems his crime is that, you know, J .D. Vance came out of Ohio. He went to Yale, I believe it was. And then he was in finance and was, you know, and then wrote his memoir, which was very well received. And he's this up and comer on the coast. And then I guess he moved back to Ohio, started doing too many appearances on Tucker Carlson tonight. And like, according to Romney, it was like the transformation was just was just too jarring, like it was too too much of a transformation for for Mr. Romney, who himself has basically transmuted into this like Democrat, I guess. But that doesn't count. This is an interesting this is an interesting take on on all of it. And Andrew, maybe you can give us a sense of it, because what I think that Romney is really upset about here is that he's considering J .D. Vance a class a class traitor. He's calling him a class traitor and saying, look, you're allowed to make money in finance. You're allowed to make go to Yale. You're allowed to go to the great schools. But the one thing and you're certainly allowed to run for the Senate. But the one thing you're not allowed to do is actually go out to the people of your state, listen to the their interests and listen to their issues and then grow and go and try to actually represent them in the United States Senate. This I is think class traitor. I think that's really smart framing, Jack, because at some level, a lot of this is much more about vibe. It's much more about what Mitt Romney thinks is classy versus gross or respectable versus, you know, essentially untoward and beyond the pale. Right. So it's all based on his own little framework of of class structure, of decorum, those sorts of things. So it says here in this, he says he was also highly critical of Senator J .D. Vance, Republican of Ohio, who reinvented his persona to become a Trump acolyte after publishing a bestselling memoir, Hillbilly Elegy about the working class that Romney loved. So Romney loved the book. So at some level, I think it was just like, so I love this book. And how can this kind of become like a Trump bootlicker? Go ahead. Right. So I can there's there and just real quickly, it's kind of like because in the book, J .D. Vance's conclusions, I would say I don't offer this as criticism. I just say it's sort of it's an evolution on J .D. Vance's part because he sort of just says in the book, well, that that sort of that blase classic Republican line of, you know, and everybody just needs to pull themselves up by their bootstraps. I can do it. So can you. And we should cut taxes for big businesses and the one percent pays most of the income tax and that that's kind of it. And then when he went to actually run for office and started really engaging with people politically, that's when he shifted, not socially. Right. But he shifted economically to become more of a populist. Blake, what you're saying? Well, what's so telling in this article is like some of the just a little specific anecdotes that it does pick. And I almost wonder if Coppins is like subtly trolling Romney. Apparently Romney lives by himself and his family in D .C. It mentions let me get let me get the line here. It talks about his his his pad that he lives in. And it says the place had not been Romney's first choice for Washington residents when he was elected in twenty eighteen. He'd had his eye on a newly remodeled condo at the Watergate with glittering views of the Potomac. His wife, Ann, fell in love with the place, but his soon to be staffers and colleagues warned him about the commute, which, by the way, it's like a mile and a half to the Capitol. So he grudgingly chose practicality over luxury and settled for the two point four million dollar townhouse instead. And then, of course, this is not good enough for for Ann. So she never visits him when he's in D .C. So it turns into a gross bachelor pad that has it mentions there's crumbs everywhere.
A highlight from 1402: Javier Milei: The Next Pro Bitcoin President
"In today's show, Bitcoin price shows a textbook Wyckoff move as the Bitcoin bulls defend $25 ,000. In breaking news, pro -Bitcoin US Congressman says sound money is essential to defending freedom preach. Also in today's show, we'll be discussing Bitcoin's clean energy usage reportedly exceeds 50%. However, why hasn't Tesla started accepting Bitcoin payments as Elon Musk promised? Also in today's show, Bitcoin primed to surge by over 70 % in a 2015 style price jump, says top crypto analyst Michal van de Poppe. I'll be sharing his timeline. We'll also be discussing the one and only Michael Saylor, predicting a $5 million Bitcoin price and what's the likelihood of this coming true. Also, what has recently broken the internet, Tucker Carlson gives Bitcoin a massive victory with his recent interview with Javier Millet. In fact, that interview now has over 330 million views, quoting Max Keiser, Tucker and Javier heading to 500 million views in 24 hours. The appetite and the Spanish speaking world for truthful economics reporting is unbelievably huge. And Max also points out he's scheduling a trip to Argentina to meet with Javier Millet. So make money private again. Let's go. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this fam, plus so much more in today's show.
A highlight from Why Tucker Carlson is a Bitcoiner | EP 825
"Yeah, welcome to Simply Bitcoin Live, we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin and religion of carbon making news called Traumatic Warfare. We will be your guide through the separation of money and state before anyone makes fun of me in the chat. My mother -in -law got me these like blue light blocker glasses and I put them on last night and I felt like immediate relief and there's like different shades for it. So like these are like nighttime when the TV is there and then these are like right before you're gonna go to sleep but apparently these are for daytime. Anyways, they're badass, your eyes literally feel like they're relaxing and Opti of course is already trolling me and as well, I'm sure the chat is as well. So that's why I'm wearing these, maybe I'll continue wearing, they feel good, I'm on my computer all day, you know what, I don't care at this point. Anyways guys, today's gonna be a great, great show, orange tinted glasses, I didn't think about that. Today's gonna be a great show, we're gonna talk about the man, the myth, the legend, Tucker Carlson himself. His show last night that he released on Twitter, which I highly, highly recommend, actually has last time I checked, 320 million views, it beat the interview that he did with Donald Trump by like 100 million views. And once again, you have a politician, right, so Justin Trudeau is basically gaslighting saying like, you know, we have to put price controls on the grocery stores for raising the prices and all that stuff. But you have a politician who is literally identifying the problem, he's literally saying the government is the problem, the money printing is the problem, the government is the sole cause of these things. You have an Austrian economist who has a really good opportunity, really good shot at winning the presidency. And why I believe this video was so popular was the same reason as to why I believe that video Richmond, North of Richmond, went viral the way it did. People are feeling the pain, people are questioning the current system, and people are desperately seeking an alternative, which is why I believe this this hardcore libertarian Austrian economist has a really good shot at winning the presidency in Argentina, and the country is currently dealing with 100 % inflation, like, like, obviously, people are questioning it. And when you have a politician who's actually identifying the real cause of inflation, like people put two and two together, right? Javier Meli wouldn't be popular if he didn't strike a nerve. Richmond North of Richmond wouldn't have gone viral, right? Without any of the marketing and any of the push by the big studios, it was just basically a very small studio, it's a guy in his backyard with his dog, literally singing into a microphone. That would not have gone viral if it did not resonate with people, if people weren't feeling the pain that he was feeling, right? So this is, we are living through, in my opinion, the separation of money and state. All these roads, like even if Oliver Anthony, and even if, you know, Javier Meli, you know, and we know he likes Bitcoin, but you know, he wants to dollarize the country, all roads eventually lead to Bitcoin. Some people take the longer road, some people take the shorter road, but eventually it all leads to the inevitable conclusion that we have to separate money from state, because as long as the state has the privilege of being able to create money for free that everyone else has to work for, they will abuse that privilege to benefit themselves and benefit their friends at the expense of everyone else. And this is exactly what Bitcoin fixes. So this is really, really exciting times. Tucker, I don't think he would be at this point if it wasn't with the conversations that he had with Naeem Bukhale. Tucker would not be at this point if it wasn't, if he didn't have the conversations with Michael Saylor. Tucker would not be at this point if he didn't have the conversations with Max Keiser. And even though he was the most popular broadcaster on the legacy corporate media, his words were so dangerous that they had to fire the guy. And that makes sense. Look at all the other articles that are that's coming out of the legacy corporate media attacking Naeem Bukhale, attacking Javier Milli. Because I think they're exposing the fraud that is fiat money and the fraud that is the current established system anyways, it's going to be a great show before we get to it. I want to bring up my legendary co -hosts. We're both wearing glasses now, Opti. Opti was making, I was telling you hard, it's so much fun of me in the beginning, but I'm going to buy you a pair. You're going to be you're never going to take off anymore because I need the colorblind one. Your eyes are literally going to relax, bro. Like your eyes are literally like look at my eyes are like relaxing right now. They're like they're like, oh, like I don't even know what that means that your eyes feel relief. Like you don't even know what that means, bro. I have no idea. I've never looked as cool as you do right now with those glasses on. So I wouldn't know. I wouldn't know. But anything anyways to the opening monologue, which was great, very, very eloquent. And you had that politician rhetoric going right there. I really liked it. I really enjoyed it. One of the things that's pretty crazy is the fact that Tucker got so many views on this. What what I don't know what it is now, but last time I checked, it was like three twenty two, three hundred twenty two million. Like that's damn near the whole U .S. population. And we all know that Fox wasn't getting to every single person in the U .S. Obviously, it's global. But that reach that Tucker has on Twitter or X is just it's absolutely crazy. And this goes back to what we keep saying all the time of breaking the echo chamber and planting these ideas. And of course, Tucker doesn't have to go full Bitcoin maxi like we do on our show. But the fact he's having these conversations, I think does feel like a shift in the zeitgeist and people are waking up. And we've been kind of covering pinpoints and receipts about this constantly, whether it's the song, whether it's a post that I did yesterday in the culture, whether it's the tick tock videos, like people are feeling the pain and they're asking the questions. And so, you know, the soil is right for people to understand Bitcoin and for everyone to get on the Bitcoin standard. So it's just, wow, three hundred and thirty five million views now. OK, the Overton window is crazy, man, is shifting, man. People are sick and tired. People are sick and tired of the gaslighting. You had Opti's ex -girlfriend literally telling people that the cause of inflation is because workers are asking for more salary. Like it's absurd. Anyways, we do have a very special guest today. We have James from Stamp Seed and we're going to talk about the stamp seed before. Look, I got to show off my stamp seed hammer. Look at this thing. Nice. There you go. We got we got to we got to stamp seed hammers. So I'm very excited for the culture. We're going to talk about the stamp seed, why you should back up your Bitcoin wallet seed words on titanium, one of the strongest metals on planet Earth. Is that is that correct, James? That's correct. One hundred percent. Yeah, man. So we're going to we're going to we're going to. We're going to dive deep into all that. And I know a lot of you guys I know that you did you guys did a lot of the stress testing. I think it was Lop that did some of the stress testing comments. Migo, you remind me of Bono from YouTube. It's true, but I don't think Bono was wearing these. I think Bono was wearing these for stylistic reasons. I'm wearing these so that my eyes could relax from the from the evil blue light that's coming out of my screen anyways. So, yeah, you guys did a lot of stress testing on the stamp seed. That's correct, right? Yeah. We haven't had Lop stress tested yet. I think that's in the works right now. But we tested ourselves in house, various different sources of heat. One of them was a blowtorch, which is similar to Elon Musk, not a flamethrower, which is reaching temperatures triple the average house fire. This is one of the plates that we had stress tested. You can see it's been burnt to a crisp. That's why there's all that discoloration. We marred it up. So where you can see those hammer marks are hit. You can still see your letters. It might not come out too clear in the camera. Bent it, crushed it, you know, being that it's one solid piece and your letters are stamped deep into the metal when you bend it. Things aren't going to. There you go. Look at that. Look at that. Yeah. Things aren't going to fall apart. You know, there's no loose pieces, no loose tiles, you know, Scrabble pieces, I like to call them. Everything's in there. Yeah. Like this is like as if your house caught on fire that elephants stamped on the ruins afterwards. Yeah, right. This is what this looks like. Yeah. Or if you know your house, you know, you have two floors, maybe the first floor collapses during that fire. And, you know, you have some crushing issues on top of it. But chances are things like that hopefully aren't happening to most people. But if they do, you're secure. If they do, your money, your generational wealth is protected. Anyways, guys, let's jump into the numbers. I want to talk about Tucker. I want to talk about with about everything that's been happening. 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All right, guys, I literally made it super easy for you guys. You can scan the QR code on your screen. It'll take you directly to the stamp seed website and you can use promo code simply to get 15 percent off any of the stamp seed products. And I know you guys are doing custom back plates, too. I saw some that were really bad ass. Yeah. So do you have one, by the way, on hand? I do, actually.
A highlight from Michael Saylor: Bitcoin to $5 Million is Inevitable | EP 824
"It's all going to zero against Bitcoin. It's going up for everyone. Bitcoin! You're against Bitcoin, you're against freedom. Yo! Welcome to Simba the Bitcoin Live, we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution cover breaking news called dramatic warfare will be your guide through the separation of money and state today is September 14th 2023 another day in Bitcoin another day on the Bitcoin roller coaster they don't call the Bitcoin roller coaster for no reason there's ups and downs we hit 25k we're back to 26 ,697 but if you zoom out if you zoom out in the grand scheme of things if you believe in the meme 21 million divided by infinity or infinity divided by 21 million I think it is we all know we're early but there's something I want to talk about today specifically there was a very famous spaces that Michael Saylor did and I think he did it with some some legacy media people there's a huge spaces and there was three things that he said needed to happen in order for Bitcoin to 10x and then during that spaces he even said if these thing if these three things happen Bitcoin will inevitably hit five million dollars per coin now what were those three things first thing was the changing of the FASB rules right with the accounting the fair value accounting rules and that happened not too long ago we broke the news I wasn't there I had some swan duties that day but Opti and I think it was Rustin were holding it down so we covered that and then number two was large banks right I'm not talking about like small banks or you know these these Bitcoin crypto focused banks I'm talking about large banks offering institutional custody of Bitcoin of digital assets for their clients check that off that's happening you have banks all around the world whether it's Panko Santander the news that came out today which is I wanted to cover this is Deutsche Bank is applying for a license to custody digital assets for their customers and then there and the third thing which has been like the big news of this year is the BlackRock spot Bitcoin ETF or now I would even I wouldn't even call it the BlackRock just a Bitcoin spot ETF those are the three things that Michael Saylor said needed to happen in order for Bitcoin to just go parabolic into this five million you know etc etc and those things are basically already happening like the FASB check that off right that was a huge does a massive deal so check that off the list that doesn't start that doesn't start going into action until the year 2025 then you have so that's the FASB ruling then you have banks large banks cussing Bitcoin check that off the list as well really the only thing out of those three things is the BlackRock spot ETF or sorry the spot I keep saying BlackRock maybe it's a Freudian slip the spot Bitcoin ETF how long will Gary Gensler be able to delay this he got absolutely hammered in in Congress there was a hearing this week so yeah I mean this is pretty crazy and it's really interesting if you've been here for a while you know Opti and I are class of 2016 Opti's class of 2017 but it's the same epoch really you know one of the narratives that existed when Bitcoin was falling you know it fell from 20k back down to 3k and one of the coping narratives all the way down was the institutions are coming the institutions are coming the institutions are coming I think you could say without a doubt that the institutions are here you can't deny that now the thing is do the institutions have the necessary infrastructure to onboard on to Bitcoin and I think that's an open question but you can't deny that the institutions want exposure to Bitcoin that's undeniable right we broke the news the other day that BlackRock had a lot of micro strategy had a lot of exposure to public to publicly traded Bitcoin mining companies as well right so it's some very interesting stuff now here's the thing though right so yes this number go up whoop -dee -doo but remember the revolution is individuals taking back financial sovereignty by taking Bitcoin into self -custody so just because you're buying a Bitcoin spot ETF for BlackRock's Bitcoin spot ETF do Charles Schwab or Robin Hood or whatnot that that isn't real Bitcoin that's paper Bitcoin that's an IOU the only way that you get true real Bitcoin is by you know buying Bitcoin earning Bitcoin mining Bitcoin and taking that said Bitcoin into cold storage right and then preferably the step after that is stop trusting someone else's copy of the blockchain run your own run your own node the one I recommend personally because it's the one I use is start 9 they're freaking awesome so definitely check them out if you're interested in running a Bitcoin node but yeah it's a very interesting times that we're living in but uh you know I don't think I've ever been so bullish how you doing Opti and we're in the the simply Bitcoin merch today bro you're modeling I love it yeah yeah it's uh it's raining right now it's it's officially hoodie season so you're raining but you're inside yeah whatever I feel like wearing a hoodie today if it's nice it's comfy I'm wearing this all the time get yourself one at simply Bitcoin calm yeah man it's hey let your boy live for once geez yeah crazy you're not in uniform bro you you went from collared shirts to hoodies what happened you're regressing well suits coming soon I had a conversation with Chris yesterday I missed that episode man I love Chris shout out the coin shout out our boys over a Bitcoin mag but yeah crazy uh crazy developments and we really talked about it yesterday as well pretty pretty extensively on the show of how it is undeniable that the institutions want your Bitcoin there is so much institutional investment and there's just so much capital waiting on the sidelines for everyone for to get a shirt into Bitcoin you know like all the biggest asset managers well not all of them but many of the big asset managers of the world are looking to get exposure to Bitcoin we're seeing huge banks do the same thing and it just goes to show you that you guys are early and we are on the precipice of an amazing bull run as far as I'm concerned and now is the time to be stacking sats it's still what 26k so like we got the best opportunity ever and I know everyone is losing their mind because this bear market's been so long but this is where legends are made anyways on today's culture I saw this a couple tweets from Tom Luongo and if you guys aren't familiar with him he's a great I guess you call him like he is kind of low -key a gold bug and I know he's kind of maybe loosely understands Bitcoin but he created this meme in and I really wanted to touch on it today because it kind of changed my views on what we've been talking about we're always talking about you know the normies out there or in the not so nice way you know the sheeple out there and he coined this new phrase about like the masses comfortable are our wolves and I really want to cover this because I think it does change the framing and it's a little more positive view on what's going on in the world and we talk about it constantly that people need to feel pain and once they feel that pain and they wake up man shits gonna get really crazy and it really does feel like this is where we are right now so you know just prepare yourself it's it's you know are we on the precipice of a global recession who knows are we you know are we currently in a depression I don't know the official numbers are lying to us but we know that inflation is higher than they want and your purchasing power is going down the drain and I have these conversations with a bunch of my Bitcoin friends and we're all feeling the same thing it's like man dude things are getting more expensive and it's only a matter of time until people start to ask what the hell is going on right now and this is why we keep planting the seeds here on the show you know in personal conversations with people in real life and it's like we have built the foundation for people to protect themselves to get on the exit boat get on the safety net which is Bitcoin so get on the Bitcoin standard guys get on the Bitcoin standard that's right just get on the Bitcoin standard get on the life raft and you know you be watching the world around you doing doing its thing but you know that your future your family's future your wealth your time your energy your work is protected by the largest decentralized computing sorry I'm laughing at the chat you guys are wild breath the Bitcoin numbers is your Bitcoin in cold storage really secure is your seed phrase really secure stamped seeds do -it -yourself kit has everything you need to hammer your seed words into commercial grade titanium plates instead of just writing them on paper don't store your generational wealth on paper papers prone to water damage fire damage you want to put your generational wealth on one of the strongest metals on planet earth titanium your words are actually stamped into this metal plate with this hammer and these letter stamps and once your words are in they aren't going anywhere no risk of the plate breaking apart and pieces falling everywhere titanium stamp seeds will survive nearly triple the heat produced by a house fire they're also crush proof waterproof non -corrosive and time proof all things that paper is not allowing you to huddle your Bitcoin with peace of mind for the long haul stamp your seed on stamped seed that's right ladies and gentlemen don't put yourself in a position where you have to explain to your grandchildren while you lost your generational wealth because you decided to store it on paper store your generational wealth on titanium one of the strongest metals on planet earth you could scan the QR code on your screen right now to take you directly to stamp seed website use promo code simply get 15 % off at the time of recording the Bitcoin price is twenty six thousand six hundred and forty sats per dollar three thousand seven hundred fifty four block height eight hundred thousand eight hundred and seven thousand six hundred fifty blocks to having thirty two thousand three hundred and fifty having estimate April 22nd 2024 total lightning Network capacity four thousand seven hundred seventy six Bitcoin capacity value a hundred and twenty seven million US dollars realized monetary inflation 1 .75 % the market capitalization of Bitcoin five hundred and nineteen billion dollars with a B Bitcoin versus gold market cap four point zero seven percent very very very nice all right good numbers overall you know I love my favorites that I always tell you guys this is the realized monetary inflation of Bitcoin 1 .75 % that number is going to continue to go down forever so it continues to take fiat currencies absolute school even if they get it to their targeted Holy Grail 2 % inflation you know it's not even gonna come close anyways I do have some ways you got my favorite number is block height cuz that number is going up forever Laura that that that number just it just makes an all -time high every ten minutes the matter what next block it's almost like a coin walk next block anyways here's a clip I have two clips for you guys here's a clip from SEC chair chair Gary Gensler and he said some interesting things at the hearing we're gonna play you some clips of this hearing as the days go by though so let's check out this clip and I have another one then we'll talk about it and help protect Americans from the crypto abuses that cost consumers billions if they were to live up to the investor protection built into their current laws it would help investors but right now unfortunately there's significant non -compliance and it's a field which is rife with fraud abuse and misconduct and help protect Americans from the so I I want a friend two things right I agree in a way and I agree in the sense that it is full of fraud it is full of abuse it is full of misconduct now the initial part and help protect Americans from the crypto abuses that cost consumers billions I'm gonna reframes that right from the crypto abuse that cost consumers billions fine you could say shit coins you could say this what about from the governmental inflationary abuse that cost people all around the world millions if not billions of dollars why is that never talked about and that brings me to one of Tucker's episodes that he did in Argentina he did an episode about a 10 -minute episode covering what's happening in Argentina he's gonna cover he's gonna interview Javier Maly Javier Maly is he is he's a hardcore Austrian economist libertarian he wants to end the central bank you know he wants to cut down on the administrative state all of that stuff he said some pretty crazy stuff not gonna lie Tucker's gonna interview him tomorrow but what was really interesting about Tucker's opening monologue which we're going to cover extensively tomorrow is he said the quiet part out loud the invade and inflation is deft politicians aren't productive the way that they raise money is through direct taxation but they could only do that for so long until people revolt so they do that through the hidden tax of inflation we must continue to chip away at this like you know peacefully of course but Chico chip away at this move the Overton window start get start getting people to ask the question what is money why does my money lose purchasing power is it necessary for my money to lose purchasing power that's when people are gonna start asking really big questions and remember they do not have a response to this anyways talking about shifting the Overton window here's Joe squawk five years ago you would have never have believed this we did have a a Bitcoiner who was a writer for Forbes and he got a bit upset when I said that the legacy corporate media changed their tune because of the black rock spot ETF and he said no that's not true I was working at Forbes from before okay I take his word for it he's a cable are news you trying to tell me that the interest from black rock to launch a spot ETF has not influenced their change of tune whatsoever I don't know about that anyways here's Joe squawk it's about a one -minute clip and then we'll talk about it and move on to crypto if you'd indulge me for a second because we always have these crypto conversations and there seems to be this thing happening I don't know Joe we were talking about $25 ,000 with Bitcoin meanwhile black rock and all these folks all the folks that we thought were never gonna do this are now doing it and yet it's not moving at all well it's moving today well I mean sure 26 this is 26 it was for when when we started saying it wasn't going anywhere 4 ,000 oh okay but so but the question is is this now a risk on a risk off thing what do you how do you even correlate this to what's happening with the Fed because for a long time used to talk about crypto in regard to the Fed so I think crypto settling as part of the ecosystem I think people have recognized it is not the new global currency people have also recognized not going to disappear tomorrow is becoming institutionalized and I think actually if I were a crypto person I think this maturation process is a good thing where it moves from day to day is I can't really comment on that I still think it's outperformed every asset one year five year and ten year I mean I think I think he's pretty jaded a little bit right like you know it's going to zero at 4 ,000 and mind you like Pete Russo does a great job doing this but like he goes back in time and finds like original posts of people which is why it's so important to zoom out when in doubt of people posting a Bitcoin isn't going anywhere and Bitcoin was at like $100 Bitcoin was at like $200 at the time right so like when in doubt zoom out obviously Joe is completely converted he's like why have we been talking about the short -term volatility when we started when we started covering this it was literally at $4 ,000 it's at 26 ,000 at the at the you know depths of bear market he gets it I mean and this is actually one of the things that has helped me orange pill as many people as possible it hasn't been me saying the bitcoins better money it hasn't been me saying like oh look you know separate money from state hasn't been me saying you know it's a deflationary currency blah blah blah blah blah blah you know it's been the biggest converter of people you plant the seed you say Bitcoin right they ignore you for like a couple of years and two three years later pass number goes up and all of a sudden you get that text from that friend that you haven't talked to you in a long time and he's like hey about that Bitcoin thing ng you is the biggest converter of people it is the biggest orange pillar in my opinion is the most effective way and clear you could see that with Joe right he was like hmm yeah I mean we started covering this was at 4k I don't know why you're talking about the short -term volatility what the hell's wrong with you anyways why are you pulling that up Opti oh it's from wine it's from wine anyways why what's why you know all the disgrace you've ever done and all the controlling calling me why it might be the worst no I'm just trolling love you wine anyways first and foremost you know shout out the Joe Kernen absolutely love to see him just constantly battle the corporate BS FUD around Bitcoin and and I say this all the time you know like number go up love it or hate it is the fundamental thing driving all a Bitcoin adoption there's that and then on the negative side all of the crazy stuff coming out from you know the bureaucrats out there we covered the g20 stuff where they're trying to roll out a digital ID CBDC central bank digital control mechanisms and these two things together are in my opinion the driving forces for Bitcoin adoption it's like you we say it all the time and and the memes been catching on Nico I don't know if you've been seeing it on Twitter but Bitcoin is slavery it's starting to catch on and people are starting to notice that it's not even hyperbolic anymore but anyways starting with the first video I totally agree with that congressman or whatever like crypto is full of fraud like what a hundred percent agree hence why we're Bitcoin only like there's Bitcoin and there's shit coin and it triggered the thought in my mind about I think I brought it up last week it was the idea I forget what video it was but we played something on in the numbers about the the scene versus the unseen consequences of economics and it's very clearly visible the scene consequences of crypto scams and it very easily noticed and you know it's always rolled out as like the detriment to the whole Bitcoin industry and those are the scene consequences obviously there's been a lot of people getting rug pulled getting you know losing their their life savings because of shit coin scams and so it's very easily an emotional thing you can roll out so people are like ah let's protect the little guy but as we've going to cover and I really thought you were gonna play that Tucker Carlson video that you put on your Twitter I'm sick dude I mean so I was divided I was divided about what I wanted to make the show I was like I was like are we gonna make it about Tucker are we gonna make this about the sailor I think the sailor thing I was I was much more excited about the sailor thing it's a little little thing came out in my head I'm like holy cow the three things that Michael sailor said needed to happen for Bitcoin to hit five million all of those things have happened they've all happened right so I was like we have to cover this we will cover Tucker tomorrow's really actually made a thumbnail for everything it was awesome but I guess I guess you know we'll put we'll put a pin on that thought but tomorrow remember we're gonna be talking about the unseen consequences of money printing and that always gets obfuscated it always gets lost on people because it's not like a linear connection you know like you you gotta you know there's some nuance to this and most people can't think past like 20 seconds you know ADHD or whatever like we're all being inundated with so much dopamine from from social media that we either tune out or it just like it doesn't seem like it's important and and I can see people in the chat saying the same thing that we always hear is like once you start talking about Bitcoin once you say the B word people instantly tune out and it's only a matter of time until people wake up to what's going on here so you know plant those Bitcoin fundamentals into people's minds without using the B word usually helps and and goes a long way and then you find like hey you know have you heard about Bitcoin here's the pill take it but yeah man it just it just goes to show that the world is waking up and every metric that I'm seeing is pointing towards the fact that I think in 2025 more people are going to wake up to the scam that is Fiat and of course the safety boat that is Bitcoin and hey we're here for it so I'm I am super excited yes yes hold on hold on Arthur you can buy our merch with Bitcoin if you so want to yeah exactly go and go click scan the QR code it'll take you directly to the website and you could you could pay you pay in Bitcoin I think a lot I think wine set up the lightning yeah yeah yeah we got you got we got you guys back we got you guys rep some simply Bitcoin merch anyways so yeah man it's a really really exciting stuff alright guys let's jump into the news we got a lot to cover today before we get into news actually right now we are currently sitting pretty at 70 likes help us maintain our streak let's break a hundred likes within the out first hour of the live stream so if you're enjoying the show make sure to smash that like but it smashes mess mess wait wait wait can we do a legacy smash the like button Nico something like that anyways guys let's get to the news the daily news I want to give a shout out to our sponsor foundation devices it's self -custody done right 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A highlight from Larry Taunton
"Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to listen to a man of grace, sophistication, integrity, and whimsy? Well, so are we, but until such a man shows up, please welcome Eric Metaxas. Welcome back, folks. This is Eric Metaxas, and welcome to the show. It's hour two. I continue talking to John Smirack, and after this segment, we'll bring on Larry Taunton to go over the news of the day and other things, but the news of the day being Tucker Carlson's mind -blowing interview with Larry Sinclair. Absolutely insane, insane that we're hearing about this for the first time 15 years after we should have heard about it. And the country's a different country because the media and the Republicans just squashed this information because they think you're too stupid to be able to process it on your own, so they have to censor it for you, scandalous. Okay, John, you were talking about something else. I was saying that Winston Churchill had a lot of flaws. He had been a warmonger in 1914. In 1923, he was hostile to the Germans, even though they were the Weimar Republic. He was an anti -German jingoist, but in 1940, he was the indispensable man, the only man who would stop the British from surrendering after France fell and cutting a disgraceful deal that let Hitler essentially run Europe. He was the indispensable man for all his flaws. And there were people in his party, the British Conservative Party, who wanted to push him aside and make a deal with the Nazis because it seemed like the prudent and sensible thing to do. That is exactly when you hear pious Christians condemning Donald Trump saying, well, he's got this terrible moral character. And he says, he puts out mean tweets. They wanna shove Winston Churchill aside and make a deal with the enemies of freedom and surrender to them because they find things unsavory about Donald Trump. And that's what's happening potentially in the Texas Senate right now with Ken Paxton, a heroic defender of religious freedom and the unborn and America's borders and election integrity. He's being savaged from the left by people who hate all those things and attacked from the squish center by the Bush family, which just resents him for beating one of their family members, George P. Bush, in an election. So you've got the most disgusting squish rhinos on the one hand and the far left cooperating the way they cooperated in the election of Obama. So that is my latest political article, but I've got a much more important piece I'd like to talk about. Sure. It has to do with our Lord and savior, Jesus Christ. Was Jesus a sinner? Do we get to say that Jesus was a sinner too? I can't wait to hear where you're going with this one, John Smirack, what do you got? This is a theme I've seen first in mainline Protestant preaching and then in some woke evangelicals. So now of course it eventually filters down to the Vatican. One of the closest advisors to Pope Francis is Father Antonio Spadaro. He runs the semi -official magazine at the Vatican, La Civilta Cattolica. So he is like Pope Francis' right -hand man. He gave a sermon just recently about Jesus' encounter with the Canaanite woman. And I think we all sort of remember that story, this Canaanite woman whose daughter is possessed by a demon starts basically pestering Jesus for a miraculous cure. And Jesus makes her jump through a bunch of hoops. He tells her, look, I've only come to preach to the lost children of Abraham. It is not fit to give to the dogs the bread that is meant for the children. And when we read this, I think we're all a little shocked by it at first. Jesus doesn't sound very nuts. And we're like, wow, what is this? What is this about? I think it is one of those hard sayings in the gospel that we have to think through that challenge us. Jesus was not acting like Oprah here. He was being kind of a hard guy, kind of a tough guy. He makes the woman, basically she gets to the point of saying, but even the dogs get the scraps that fall from the master's table. Then Jesus praises her for her persistence and for her faith, and he heals her daughter, just remotely, heals her daughter. A happy ending. Well, Father Antonio Spadaro, Pope Francis's right -hand man, gave a sermon recently where he says Jesus does not care. He calls Jesus angry and insensitive. He says that his hardness is unshakable. He said that Jesus replies in a mocking and disrespectful way towards that poor woman, because he's apparently blinded by nationalism and theological rigor. But - Hold on, hold on, hold on. You're telling me that one of the top priests at the Vatican genuinely publicly disapproved of the behavior of Jesus of Nazareth, our God. He said that Jesus is giving in to his own racism and nationalism, but by the end, the woman, through her persistence, heals Jesus. He says, quote, Jesus also appears healed and in the end shows himself free from the rigidity of the dominant theological, political and cultural elements of his time. So in other words, the woman heals Jesus instead of Jesus healing the woman's daughter. Jesus's racism is rebuked and repents Jesus for his sin of racism. This is what Pope Francis's right -hand man is saying, but don't take comfort in the fact that you're Protestant. This crap has been around. Protestants have been preaching this for years. You would see it if you go to Woke Preacher TV, you can see videos of Protestant ministers saying this five years ago. Well, first of all, the word Protestant is meaningless because the Protestant church has been in the tank, since Dietrich Bonhoeffer was at union in 1930. I mean, we've had liberal, progressive Protestantism for about a hundred years, so - These are self -described evangelicals. Right, that's the difference. Some of these folks would be described as evangelicals, but they are woke and they're doing the same thing you're describing. But somebody that close to the pope to be saying this, unless you're exaggerating - No, I'm not exaggerating. I was quoting directly from the translation. So let me unpack what's going on here, okay? This is an attempt to put ourselves above Jesus to where we can judge Jesus Christ, because we're so enlightened and we're so intelligent and we have made so much progress. This is the ultimate rebellion, the ultimate new gospel of the Antichrist. And this is what is being preached in our churches where we can judge even the behavior of Jesus Christ. John, it's the clearest mercy I've ever heard. I mean, for somebody to be criticizing Jesus as having sinned even slightly, that goes against every doctrine of the church from the beginning. I can't imagine that this could be - That is what the Vatican is now preaching. So really what happened in this story is this woman is a Canaanite. She's a member of a fertility cult that used to sacrifice infants. So she basically is in a religion that worships demons. She comes to Jesus. The daughter she raised in the demon -worshipping religion is, big surprise, possessed by a demon. She asks Jesus for a miracle, a miracle, a suspension of the laws of nature. God is not some water tap. We turn it on and off. Oh, I need a miracle. Okay, thank you. She's asking for a miracle from a God whom she has rejected her whole life. He makes her jump through a few hoops to show her sincerity and then gives her a miracle. And yet these progressive Christians are so proud that they want to condemn Jesus so that they can feel superior to Jesus. That is the essence of liberal Christianity, where you are the ultimate authority and the secular culture around you are the ultimate authority. George Soros, Microsoft, Facebook, Harvard, Google, they are the authority. They judge even Christ. We have less than a minute left. It's just hard for me to believe that things are that bad, but it seems like they are that bad. I don't know how your average faithful Catholic could make sense of this. This is very, very disturbing. Well, we've had terrible popes before and we've had heretical popes before. We now have one who's probably the worst, most heretical in the history of the church.
A highlight from John Zmirak
"Welcome to the Eric Metaxas Show. I shouldn't tell you this, but Eric hired someone who sounds just like him to host today's show. But since I'm the announcer, they told me, so I'm telling you, don't be fooled. The real Eric's in jail. Hey there, folks. Welcome to the program. I am Eric Metaxas Show. If you're watching this by video, you can see that I'm in Miami. Actually, no, you can't see that. You can just see that I'm in a hotel room. I'm telling you, I'm in Miami. I'm speaking tonight at the Rusty Pelican. It's oversold. It's sold out. I don't know if people just show up what's gonna happen, but in any event, all the information is on my website, ericmetaxas .com. Today's show is gonna be really different because this morning, I woke up, and on Twitter, I saw Tucker Carlson's interview with a man named Larry Sinclair. It is so astonishing that I said, we are gonna change our programming for the day. I was planning to talk to John Smirack and to Larry Taunton, who are friends and who are regulars on the program, about other things. But then I said, no, this is as big a news story as it gets. It's breaking news, and so I'll tell you now the gist of it, and then I will talk to John Smirack first and then to Larry Taunton about what we're to make of this. So Chris Himes, since you're here, and you're not familiar with what we're talking about, so you can, as I tell you this, I'm telling my audience this because most people who are listening maybe don't know about this. Not everybody's a news fan. And this was aired last night. I didn't see this last night. I just happened to see it early this morning. But here's the bottom line. Tucker Carlson mentioned a few days ago that there were credible reports, like totally credible reports that a guy named Larry Sinclair had come out in 2008 when Barack Obama first began to run for the presidency. And Larry Sinclair said that nine years earlier, he had smoked crack and had sexual relations with Barack Obama more than once. And he couldn't believe that this man was running for president and talking about being a family man and on and on and on. And he said he should come clean on all this stuff. And so he was demonized and no one would cover this. In other words, this is one of these classic cases. And this is what I wanna talk to John Smirack and to Larry Taunton about because the interview that Tucker did with him yesterday, I guess, it aired last night and I watched it this morning, there's no doubt that this is true. In other words, you can quibble about the details, but what Larry Sinclair goes into is he basically says, I mean, he comes clean on his whole life and his lifestyle and so on and so forth, but he makes it clear that in the follow -up to this, that when he decides to go public with this, folks from the Obama campaign get in touch with him, obviously to crush this story, to say that we can't, we're gonna do everything we can to keep this out of the press because we know that Barack Obama will not be elected if any of this gets out. So they completely crushed it and crushed Larry Sinclair's ability to get this information out. And in the course of that, Larry was Sinclair in touch with somebody who was working with the Obama campaign, this was the openly gay choir director at Jeremiah Wright's church, and that he indicated that he had himself had relations with Barack Obama and it goes on and on from there. And for me, the question is always, what's the news here? What's the news? Because we live in a country now where you say, people can do what they want, but fascinates what me is how the media demonized this guy, would not cover this, was told by the Obama campaign, if you mention this, not only will you be denied access to the campaign of Barack Obama, which you want, but your whole organization, whether it's ABC News or whatever, will be denied access. So this is really, really ugly stuff. And so journalists did not cover what would have been, I mean, it's absolutely mind blowing when you watch the Tucker interview, you can judge for yourself, like, is this guy making this up? The details are just endless detail and with corroboration. And so I just was so amazed that this guy is now telling this story, now he has the opportunity to tell the story because we have free speech as far as Twitter goes or X, we have journalists like Tucker Carlson who are no longer under the Fox network where they can only report on what they're told that they can report on. So it just struck me as absolutely astonishing news. And so I wanna talk to Larry Taunton about it in hour two, I wanna talk to John Smirack about it in hour one. Chris, am I forgetting anything before we go to John Smirack? No, I don't know. What's your response? Well, I was just gonna say - What's the make of this? I don't know, I mean, I don't know at this date and time what sort of ramifications it has, what significance it'll, I just don't know, it seems like, where do things go from here is my question. Well, okay, and my answer to that is it just shows a really, really sick double standard that we no longer have journalists in America. In other words, Donald Trump, anything bad that he did, they jumped on it and magnified it times a million. Anything bad that Bill Clinton did, that Barack Obama did, the Barack Obama stuff, it's unbelievable when you hear the details that why doesn't every American know about this? Why doesn't every American know that he was a crack smoking bisexual actively during his marriage? I mean, it's one of those things that if you know it, you can process it, you can forgive it, but if you never hear about it, that's not healthy in the 21st century when every detail of everybody's lives is put forth as though the media is interested in telling the truth, except you find out that in 2008, they were interested in making sure that no one caught a whiff of any of this. And so I think for me, it just talks about, it speaks to this idea that we've all been lied to so thoroughly that it's just a wake up call for every American to say we've been lied to by people we trusted. We trusted journalists basically to cover stuff basically, maybe not exactly as we would want, but basically that they would give us the facts, but when they don't like somebody, they will crush them, they will make stuff up or they will take tiny details and magnify them and you will never hear the end of it, what Donald Trump said 11 years before he ran for president to somebody on a hot mic, they will act like he said that five minutes ago and it's the most important thing in the world. And that's all you'll hear. And when you have stuff like this coming up about Barack Obama from a few years before he was running for president, not one word. And I think it's a scandal, but it's a scandal of journalism more than it's a scandal of Barack Obama. It's an American scandal. And I think we need to talk about it. Anyway, Johnson America will be here in a minute to help us process this, but it's so sick. When you hear the details, you've got to watch it. It's just unbelievable.
A highlight from Week in Review - Episode 22
"Welcome to this week's week in review. What a week it really was here in September. Is there any possibility that Trump could actually be killed by the deep state? You know, this is a difficult conversation to have and I was very reluctant to have it, but people like Dan Bongino and many others are speculating what's left for them to try to stop Trump. Everything else they've thrown at him has simply not worked. You just wonder though, how far they're going to go to try to stop Donald J. Trump. How far will they go? And I'm going to talk about something that is unthinkable, but Tucker Carlson talked about it on his show on X and it is a horrific thing to consider. But I was watching over the weekend, Adam Schiff and Bernie Sanders and all these dirty Democrats who are now talking about dusting off the 14th amendment. Maybe that's the way to stop him. Maybe that's how we can, we can't beat him. Maybe at the polls, maybe DeSantis can't stop him. There's no way to stop this guy. We're trying to throw criminal charges at him one after the other. Maybe we could try to put him in jail, but we realize that the constitution doesn't preclude him from running and winning. Even if he's convicted of any of these charges, maybe we can trot out the 14th amendment because there's something in the 14th amendment about an insurrection. Nevermind Trump hasn't been convicted of any kind of insurrection and won't be. He's not facing insurrection charges anywhere. It's about payments to porn stars and it's about documents and it's about everything else but insurrection. But maybe just maybe the 14th amendment will work. Maybe that's going to be our ace in the hole. If that doesn't work, what's left? Well, Tucker Carlson said it, I think over the weekend, a horrific, evil, terrifying prospect. I've prayed about this all weekend because they didn't even know whether to bring it up to you. But Tucker put it out there. Millions and millions of people are watching Tucker. I think this was during a conversation he had, if I'm not mistaken, with Dave Portnoy. But this made my blood run cold. And I cannot tell you how reluctant I am to say the quiet part out loud. But I think we have to at least try to tackle this. We're speeding toward assassination, obviously. And no one will say that. But I don't know how you can reach that conclusion. You know what I mean? Like they have decided, permanent Washington, both parties have decided that there's something about Trump that's so threatening to them, they just can't have him. Now, again, it gives me chills to even play that clip for you.
A highlight from 1394: Bitcoin Will 10x on Institutional Interest - Valkyrie
"In today's show, we're going to be discussing Bitcoin bids moved to the lowest since March as the Bitcoin price dips under $25 ,700. And breaking news just in, Tucker Carlson is in Argentina right now to interview pro -Bitcoin presidential candidate Javier Malay. That's right. Max Kaiser responded to this. This Tucker Carlson interview with Javier could pump the Bitcoin price 5 % in a day. It will become clear that all of Central and South America benefits extraordinarily from adopting a Bitcoin standard. Let's freaking go. Also in today's show, Coinbase launches crypto lending platforms specifically for U .S. institutions. We'll also be discussing Grayscale. Ask the SEC to meet on the way forward for Bitcoin ETF conversion. We'll also be discussing Bitcoin can reach comically large market cap if this trend unfolds, according to macro guru Lynn Alden, as well as the Bitcoin halving could be even bigger for Bitcoin than in the past, says Wall Street veteran Caitlin Long. And quoting the new or the CIO of Valkyrie Investments, he says Bitcoin price can 10x on institutional interests and predicts the spot ETF to be live by 2024. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo, what's good, crypto fam? This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at CryptoNewsAlerts .net. Again, that's Crypto News Alerts dot net. Welcome, everyone tuning in. This is podcast episode number thirteen hundred and ninety four. I'm your host, JV. And today is September 6, 2023. We do have a lot to cover. Let's start with our market watch. As you can see here in your screen, we got Bitcoin in the red, barely holding on to twenty five thousand six hundred. We also have ether in the red along with XRP, Cardano, Polkadot and Solana. And checking out CoinMarketCap .com, we're barely sitting above that trillion dollar milestone, with about twenty seven billion in volume in the past 24 hours, with Bitcoin dominance at forty eight point two percent, with the ether dominance just shy of 19 percent. And checking out the top 100 crypto gainers of the past 24 hours, Thor chain lead in the pack up almost four percent, trading at a dollar fifty five, followed by Iota up three percent, trading above seventeen point two cents, followed by GMX up three percent, trading at thirty three dollars and thirty seven cents. And checking out the top 100 crypto gainers for the past week, cause lead in the pack up fourteen percent. And checking out the crypto greed and fear index, we're currently rated forty two in fear. Yesterday was a forty last week, a forty nine and last month, a forty nine, which is a neutral. So there you have it. How many of you have been taking advantage of this recent dip? Please do let me know in the comments chat. I greatly appreciate that. And now let's dive into today's Bitcoin technical analysis. Check out the charts and what's popping with the king crypto. As you can see here, Bitcoin's bullish momentum is fading as liquidity shifts preempt a volatile move. According to the latest analysis in a new post by crypto analyst Keith Allen, a monitoring resource flagged fresh shifts on the Binance order book. That's right. The Bitcoin price has stayed tidy range bound since the weekend. But exchange data suggests that the status quo may be about to change. What are your thoughts? Bid support moved down to concentrate around twenty four thousand six hundred on the day, with the price level not seen on the spot markets since March. Quitting the analysts here, what is most concerning here is that the largest concentrations of Bitcoin bid liquidity have now moved below the previously established lower low. At the bottom of the range, Bitcoin put in the lowest post March dip in mid -June, reaching twenty four thousand seven fifty before reversing higher as data outlines alongside this chart, which shows you the Bitcoin one week candle chart. Now continuing, Allen shared the following from a macro perspective. I do expect to see a price breakdown eventually. So the thought of printing a new lower low isn't surprising. But I did expect to see stronger short term rally from this range before that happens. But with that said, the bears are yet to gain the upper hand entirely.
A highlight from Would The Deep State Try To Do The Unthinkable Against Trump?
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is The Mike Gallagher Show. Former president has a very strong grassroots base and we have seen that demonstrated. Who would have thought a mugshot on a coffee mug would be a winning idea for a politician, huh? The issue for him that I would be worried about is that in 2020 he was able to stay in his basement. They're talking about masks again. Maybe he'll go back in the basement. We cannot have four more years of Donald Trump in the White House. Now from the relieffactor .com studios, here's Mike last week. And as it so happened, I didn't even realize that my scheduled vacation was up against the Labor Day holiday. So I had kind of a long break, you know, and I recharged the batteries and I got a fresh clear head and clear eyes and I am ready to go. And it's Tuesday, September the 5th. I wake up this morning, I flip on an app, listen to one of the shows that I listen to and I hear the host boldly proclaim, Trump cannot win next year. I'm looking at the phone and I'm thinking, did he just say that? In September of 2023, with a 46 point lead over Ron DeSantis, this friend of mine said on air, Trump cannot win next year. And all I could think of was, it's a good thing I'm back. I am back just in time. I am on the way. Here I am. So welcome in to a safe space. If you are a lover of Trump's policies and what was accomplished, I mean, I don't know that he can't win. I don't know that he can win. We got to let the voters start voting because when the voters in Iowa and South Carolina and New Hampshire, when they all start voting, if the votes line up with the polls, it's going to be a short party for Ron DeSantis, period. And that's when he's got to say, I'm all in for Donald Trump. And that's when I pray Donald Trump will say, he's my guy and it's going to be a Trump DeSantis 2024 ticket, which is unstoppable. And it's even better when you think about DeSantis' ability to govern as Trump is facing all these legal challenges. It's just, isn't it wild when things that some people think are complicated are really real simple. Welcome aboard. We got a lot of territory to cover. I hope you join us. The PhD weight loss and nutrition phone number is 800 -655 Mike. That's the way you join us. Press one to come on air. I missed you. I missed the show. It's so weird. I went with my dear friends, Joey and Peg Hudson to London, and we did all kinds of sightseeing. The Hudson's dragged me out to High Clear Castle, which is the scene of Downton Abbey. I've never seen Downton Abbey, but they love it. And it was fun. It's a beautiful, beautiful, big, big mansion in the countryside. We saw some shows. We ate well. We enjoyed life, enjoyed friendship. We're all facing challenges together as a country, as Americans. And we just got to remember we're in this together. You just wonder, though, how far they're going to go to try to stop Donald J. Trump. How far will they go? And I'm going to talk about something that is unthinkable, but Tucker Carlson talked about it on his show on X, and it is a horrific thing to consider. But I was watching over the weekend Adam Schiff and Bernie Sanders and all these dirty Democrats who are now talking about dusting off the 14th Amendment. Maybe that's the case. Maybe at the polls. Maybe DeSantis can't stop him. There's no way to stop this guy. We're trying to throw criminal charges at him one after the other. Maybe we could try to put him in jail. But we realize that the Constitution doesn't preclude him from running and winning, even if he's convicted of any of these charges. Maybe we can trot out the 14th Amendment, because there's something in the 14th Amendment about an insurrection. Never mind, Trump hasn't been convicted of any kind of insurrection and won't be. He's not facing insurrection charges anywhere. It's about payments to porn stars and it's about documents and it's not everything else but insurrection. But maybe, just maybe, the 14th Amendment will work. Maybe that's going to be our ace in the hole. If that doesn't work, what's left? Well, Tucker Carlson said it, I think, over the weekend, a horrific, evil, terrifying prospect. I've prayed about this all weekend because they didn't even know whether to bring it up to you. But Tucker put it out there. Millions and millions of people are watching Tucker. I think this was during a conversation he had, if I'm not mistaken, with Dave Portnoy.
Dan Bongino Responds to Daniel Arkin's False Accusations
"Intelligence military tactics it no nothing zero so so Daniel Larkin writes a piece in NBC News which was immediately pounced pun intended on by other lefties declaring that the threats to Trump's life and Tucker Carlson segment about speeding towards the assassination of Trump that these are conspiracy theories and they're being promoted by people on the far right including former Fox News shows some guy Dan Bongino press so Daniel are you gonna find out because you decided to F around you shouldn't listen to Roger scares video so I actually did this for a living for a decade plus my life and I maintain a very good the cornucopia of contacts in the executive protection intelligence law enforcement and military so space when I was contacted months ago by let's just say friend a friend Daniel Arkin doesn't know because he's a loser who again whose parents are probably horrified to have spawned such a when discredited gremlin I was contacted by this person about six months ago and did a show saying Trump's was life in danger do you think I was doing it because I needed some clicks on rumble because because I
A highlight from The Most Important Elections to Win: My Conversation with Patrick Byrne at ActCon
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"carlson" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"It's going to impact the political world. It's impacting the American people. Tucker Carlson was by far and away the most popular broadcaster on cable news by a million miles. No one came close to him. The left is ecstatic over Fox News firing Tucker. There's lots of reporting going on about what was behind it. Did it have something to do with the dominion lawsuit, the dominion smart voting systems lawsuit against Fox News where Fox had to come up with about $787 million to make the lawsuit go away. A lot of people are speculating that perhaps Fox News entered into a sort of a gentleman's agreement with dominion will give you the money if you'll leave us alone and we'll give you Tucker Carlson's head on a platter. Maybe that was part of it. A lot of reporting suggests that the text messages that emerged from Tucker's private phone, his private text messages did him in, that Rupert Murdoch and Suzanne Scott, the woman who runs Fox News in New York, they were fed up with the way he sort of trash talked to bosses. But at the end of the day, millions of Americans are stunned. That a guy who seemed to be pretty invincible would be unceremoniously canned the way he was. And clearly he didn't see it coming, Friday night. He signed off as usual, said I'll see you Monday, Monday morning came the big announcement that Tucker Carlson was fired.
"carlson" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Punchbowl news of a startup organization started doing something called, they call the canvas, and they got the contact info for a ton of chiefs of staff, legislative directors, comms, directors, the most senior staff in Congress, and it is a pretty scientifically sound grouping of Democrats and Republicans. And I think 2021, they asked Republican staff, who is the most important conservative voice, not an elected official, not a politician. And Tucker Carlson was far and away. The number one most important conservative voice to House Republican staffers and I think Senate Republican staffers were involved in that as well. But Sean Hannity was a distant second. Tucker is a commanding force among House Republicans in particular. His he waded into the House majority whip race late last year. He was trying to influence the outcome and steer House Republicans in a secret ballot race. He was trying to steer them to vote for Jim banks who finished second in the race, who also happens to employ Tucker Carlson's son, like this is the sort of thing, this is a mid tier leadership race and Carlson was weighing in trying to influence the outcome of this. Carlson is a commanding figure for House Republicans. Very not so much for Senate Republicans, but House Republicans really do just listen to him in a way that is only comparable probably to Rush Limbaugh in 1995, and he was a commanding figure. And that is who Tucker is today. As some Republicans turn on Tucker Carlson and say, uh uh, that was not how it happened, man. Where does Kevin McCarthy then fit in? Are those Republicans looking over at Kevin McCarthy and saying, and on top of that, you shouldn't have given him the footage. Are they criticizing him at all? No. They're sort of shrugging their shoulders, they're trying to avoid directly criticizing McCarthy because as much as they disagree with his decision, they look at it as if, you know, well, we still need him to govern, we still need him to have some sort of control of what goes on. So let's not criticize him. And let's not undermine him. They just sort of know that this is the price they have to pay in order to have a speaker. Kevin Kramer told my colleague Liz Goodwin about McCarthy, he referred to it as, quote, political calculations. As he tries to govern, he said, quote, if making these concessions to his right Flank gives him room to maneuver as speaker, it's probably fine, maybe it gives him some maneuvering room and I don't dismiss how important that is. Which is a pretty, you know, a pretty naked admission of, I know he's just trying to appease Tucker to try and get him off his back. And if that works and, you know, maybe we can get a debt ceiling deal or something like that down the road, then maybe this was worth it. Is this normal kind of behavior? How do you characterize this? No, there was ten years ago, John Boehner was the speaker, and he was frequently being undermined by his right Flank, and so he had a lot of friends in the Senate back then. Who genuinely, really, really liked him and they had served in the house with him. And they would say similar things to us, usually off the record or on background. And they would explain to us that they loved Boehner and they were trying to work to help him ensure him up and try and lobby some of those hard right House members to make things work. They wouldn't go on the record and undermine him by saying he's really weak and he has to make all these concessions. How badly does Kevin McCarthy want this job? 20 of his colleagues have just publicly disavowed him loudly and again and again. So to win them back, McCarthy is going to have to give them something real. Not more airy promises, which he specializes in. He's going to have to give them actual concessions. And polymerase you lastly, what do you think Tucker Carlson is about? What do you think he wants? He wants attention and opportunity. I moved to Washington, D.C. in the 1990s. At which point, Tucker Carlson was really an incredibly thoughtful, smart conservative writer. It was sort of profiles of Texas governor George W. Bush and those types of stories back then that anyone liberal, independent, hardcore conservative, whatever. You wanted to read because it was so thoughtful. It's incredible to think, but you know, he had shows on CNN, he did a part of the remake of CNN's crossfire. But they were good and smart. And that got him into the Fox News. Universe. And then when Fox News imploded with a couple different people going down around me too allegations, including Bill O'Reilly, who used to be the number one cable news host in America in the 8 o'clock hour for Fox, they thrust Tucker into that role at 8 o'clock and at that point it was all about, you know, seizing the opportunity and going after as much outrage as possible. And the only way to keep generating that 3 million viewers a night was to keep generating outrage and it was no longer about thoughtful, wonderfully written pieces and profiles of conservatives, it was just about anger and keeping the viewer. And that's because he just wants to keep his audience. He's really a sad, pathetic character in 21st century American media whose story arc just tells you so much about the media environment of today. Today's show was produced by halima Shaw and edited by Matthew Collett, it was fact checked by Laura bullard and engineered by Paul Robert mousy. 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"carlson" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"And suggesting by name that that guy is not credible and then you have the Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer going out publicly and suggesting that he should be taken off the air, it seems to me that there's only one reason that The White House is really doing this. And it's not because they think the Tucker Carlson should actually be taken off the air. The reason they are doing this is because they actually enjoy controversies around January 6th because it means that people are talking about January 6th. And that is actually what The White House wants. Joe Biden wants nothing more than for January 6th to be the topic of discussion all the way up through the next election cycle. He thinks that that'll ride him back to The White House. And then maybe a smart political strategy. It also happens to be really, really toxic, because the fact of the matter is that we all at this point should know what happened on January 6th. There was a riot, people got violent with police, it was not all the people who were at the rally, the original rally for Trump, not even not even remotely. And many of the people who entered the capitol building were, in fact, trespassing, but we're not in fact there to do violence. They were not there to beat up Congress people. There were some people who are, there are people there who are threatening violence and doing that sort of stuff, but that was not everybody who's in the capital. Like all those things can be held in your mind at once, but the idea, as always, is that the American people can only handle a single black and white narrative in there can't be any shades of gray or any complexity to any situation at all. There's no nuance. Whatsoever. And The White House likes that fight. The White House enjoys that fight because again, their goal is to portray everybody who's on the other side of the aisle as a rioter. It's tied up and he brought a narrative that they have generated. Which is that not only was everyone there at the rioter, all the rallies were essentially rioters, even if they weren't. And all of the Republicans voted for Trump were essentially rally or who were also rioters, and so by the transitive property, everybody who voted for Donald Trump was in favor of rioting. Now if it turns out that a fraction of the rally ears were rioters and that a fraction of the rioters were the ones who were like the most violent and that many of the people who are rioting were actually just trespassing. Well then that kind of breaks down the narrative. This was a dire threat to the Republican that the entire democracy was in danger and the only way to protect democracy from the predations of Donald Trump and his crew is to elect Joe Biden and allow them untrammeled power. That narrative starts to fall apart. The smaller those numbers get. And that's why people are so angry at Tucker for having revealed that footage in the first place. Again, you can disagree with the angle that Tucker took on the footage. I disagree with a lot of the angle that Tucker took on footage. But that doesn't change the underlying fact, which is that the generalized narrative, the January 6th was, as The White House suggested the worst attack on democracy since the Civil War is not true. And it's very hard to maintain that perspective in light of the footage of people walking down cordoned lines through the halls of the capitol building with police officers standing on either side in some cases. We'll get to the media response, which has been just overwrought in the extreme in just one second. First, it's tough to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The reality is that you have a busy day, and then you're being told that you need to eat basically nothing but fruits and vegetables. And I'm of the personal belief that God's punishment to humanity was making vegetables healthy because in the reality is they taste like garbage. So what exactly are people like me? People with a child's palate. Supposed to do, but what are we supposed to do when we want to have stuff that tastes good? And also we want to be healthy. Well, one answer is balance of nature bounds of nature, fruits and veggies. Are the best way to make sure that you're getting essential nutritional ingredients every single day. Their products are 100% whole food, balance of nature uses a cold vacuum process that preserves the natural phytonutrients in whole fruits and vegetables and encapsulates them for easy consumption. Balance of nature sent a bunch of their product down to the studio from 19 to try. We love them. I was excited to find out that
"carlson" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"Let's go to the phones here 8 four four 747 88 68 Gina in Georgia. Hi Gina, what's on your mind? Hey Todd, I wanted to respond about what you were saying about Fox News yesterday because I thought the same thing. Where were Tucker defenders? No one said a word. No, and that speaks volumes to me, Gina, when nobody's out there, nobody's got your back, that's a very lonely place. Exactly. And I did miss Brett Bayer. So, but you asked earlier, who would you side with? Oh my God. Because Brett baier, to me, ladies laughed. He should go with Chris Wallace. I don't care for him anyway. But it does disappoint me. What you said about Tucker's email, although don't you think at times Tucker kind of changes his mind, he learns things, I mean, I don't know what time it was that email to you were those early on or recent. Those were early on right. This was right after the election and probably around January 6th as well. Where you had Tucker and a lot of the other host Hannity Ingram all saying pretty much about the same thing. You know, the challenge Gina and I remember this conversation being had at Fox when roger ailes was still alive. And the concern was don't get too close to any one candidate because you still have to protect your brand and you have to protect your property as a news outlet. And I think the problem is Gina, they were so hungry for ratings. They just jumped in and they took a big deep dive into the Trump pool and that was it. Yeah, I guess, but and I don't know though. I would disagree with you a little on that because to me, tougher at the time, been negative about Trump. He hasn't always been 100% Trump. But I feel like he's kind of given credit credit. Do you have this baby, you know, for both negative and positive. So I'm not sure about that, but I feel like he's come around a lot. And especially with having seen all the January 6th footage and I hope they will continue to let compare that because he was also right saying that it shows suicide, everyone is on and there's true colors with Mitch McConnell coming out yesterday against Tucker and us as the American public seeing the footage because we definitely should and it says so much about their lives. Well, Gina, the bigger question is, whose videos do you trust? Do you trust the unedited video that Tucker Carlson presented? Or do you trust the heavily edited and produced by a filmmaker video that the J 6 committee put out? Absolutely. Yeah, I'm with you and Gina, we've got a bad phone connection, but I appreciate your call there and thank you for listening. Let's go to Frank in Georgia. Our great station there. Hi Frank, what's on your mind?.
"carlson" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"But I don't know who do you believe here, folks? Do you believe Bret baier's version of that story or do you believe the videos that Tucker Carlson? Produced. Our telephone number 8 four four 747 88 68, one more time that's 8 four four 747 88 68. This is the Todd stern show. Just when you thought it could not get any better, Mike lindell with my pillow is launching the my pillow two. When Mike invented my pillow and had everything you could ever want in a pillow. Now nearly 20 years later, he discovered a new technology that makes it even better. The MyPillow two has the patented adjustable fill of the original by pillow, and now with a brand new fabric that's made with a temperature regulating thread. The MyPillow two is the softest smoothest and coolest pillow you'll ever own, and for my listeners an exclusive. The MyPillow two is buy one, get one free with the promo code stars. Bipolar two temperature regulating technology is 100% made in the USA and comes with a ten year warranty and a 60 day buddy back guarantee. Just go to my pillow dot com slash darns. That's my pillow dot com slash storage for the buy one get one free offer and enter the promo code stars. All right folks, welcome back to the Todd stern's radio program..
"carlson" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"You will not be able to have a voice. All right, we've got so much to talk about. We're going to jump into Tucker Carlson as soon as we get back from this break 8 four four 747 88 68 toll free telephone number that's 8 four four 747 8 6 8. This is the Todd starn show. The Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they don't have a clue how to fix it folks are economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. Now if all your money is tied up in stocks bonds and traditional markets, you're vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your goal, it's real, it's physical and it's always been valuable since the dawn of time. Legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house. Did you know a $1 million worth of gold can fit in a shoebox? Call legacy at 866-649-0304, or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. That's 866-649-0304 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. All right, welcome back everybody. Good to have you with us. Yeah, just had to get that off my chest folks. It just it angers me when I see good and decent people shouted down. Simply because of the color of their skin and it's just simply not right and it's unacceptable..
"carlson" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Kevin McCarthy, Tucker Carlson, and the January 6th tapes. By Eric Cordis. Before he was speaker, Kevin McCarthy refused to cooperate with the January 6th committee's investigation of the 2021 capitol riot. Now that he's in control of the House, he has joined forces with those trying to discredit the panel's findings. The California Republican has reportedly handed over more than 40 hours of U.S. capitol surveillance footage exclusively to Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who has devoted hours of his prime time show to downplaying the deadly capital attack as a false flag operation, or mere vandalism. Some of our smartest producers have been looking at this stuff and trying to figure out what it means and how it contradicts or not. The story we've been told for more than two years. Carlson told his viewers Monday night. We think already in some ways that it does contradict that story. Carlson said that he and his producers would spend a week reviewing the footage before airing selected parts next week. Democrats and some Republicans say they fear Carlson will use the raw footage to sew doubt about the January 6th committee's findings. The bipartisan panel, whose hearings garnered more than 20 million viewers concluded its investigation by saying that former president Donald Trump was morally and likely criminally responsible for the deadly assault on the capitol as part of his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Ahead of Carlson's expected release of parts of the footage, here's what to know. How long has Carlson had the footage? According to axios, Carlson's producers went to Capitol Hill last week to begin collecting and reviewing the trove of footage. As their a security risk in granting Carlson access to the footage, Democrats and former Republican members of the January 6th committee say that by releasing the footage to Carlson, McCarthy could divulge security methods used by law enforcement to defend the capital complex, in both the public hearings and the final report, the house panel deliberately tried to obscure any details that could compromise lawmakers safety. The apparent transfer of video footage represents an egregious security breach that endangers the hardworking women and men of the United States Capitol police. House minority leader Hakeem Jeffries, a Democrat from New York, wrote Tuesday in a letter to the rest of his conference. He added that there was no indication that McCarthy upheld the protocols in place to protect legislators, congressional staff, and Capitol Hill law enforcement. What are Trump supporters saying? Some of the former presidents loudest supporters are already touting the release of the footage. For all of you that doubted we would release the tapes, here you go. Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted on Monday. I'm very happy to be right again in my support for Kevin McCarthy as our speaker. Americans deserve to see the truth, not a one sided narrative and unfair two tiered justice system. I'll have Democrats responded. Jefferies, former speaker Nancy Pelosi, and other democratic leaders denounced McCarthy's move as an attempt to minimize the severity of the January 6th attack, at least in the eyes of Carlson's right-wing audience. The footage is release comes as the 2024 presidential contest is already gaining steam with Trump off to a slow start to campaigning and his former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley, having entered the race to challenge him. Representative Benny Thompson, a Democrat from Mississippi who chaired the January 6th committee, hosted a presentation on Wednesday at a virtual meeting of the democratic conference, warning on the security risks. It's hard to overstate the potential security risks if this material were to be used irresponsibly. Thompson said, in a statement..
"carlson" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Overcoming that. On the show, my guests are amazing people, who are forces for good in the world around them and live a life of transformation. My guest today she does just that. Today, Christine Carlson and I discuss how to reveal the authentic you. If you want to understand how your circumstances don't make or break you, they reveal you and learn how to choose to be better over better when changes happen, so that you can go through change with grace, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, this is the show for you. Christine Carlson is co author with her late husband, doctor Richard Carlson of The New York Times bestselling don't sweat the small stuff books. She has featured this fall is the subject of a biopic lifetime movie based on her book, heartbroken, open. A true story of coming alive again after profound loss. I am so thrilled to say Christine welcome to life, transformation radio. Well, hey there, rob thank you so much for having me on. Absolutely. Glad to have you here. You know, it's interesting. We were talking before we started recording, and I'm like, okay, I don't want to talk about this, and I don't want to talk about this. It's like, you know, and it's so funny how the universe is because here, you know, you talk about loss and grief and stuff like that. And I just got off the phone or FaceTime with my father, whose 90 years old and is in hospice and is just refusing to die. He just will not. He just wants to live, and there's not a logical explanation of why he's alive and so it makes for an interesting time because you want to have him pass peacefully, and you want him to be alive, but his life is really not a life that I would want for anybody because he just kind of exists. Yeah, I mean, I think that's really it's tempting for us..
"carlson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"They only control one hundred sixteen of those hundred thirty three seats. They have to affiliate with party another party. It's just you layer hungary onto the united states. But neither can tucker carlson tucker kid dude either. He's he's tried to make some some notations here that you have a essentially a heavy handed Prime minister who has broad legislative support. Who can because of that. Broad legislative support advance a conservative christian ideal in his country. that is Did they secured their borders. They've kept out refugees many of you by the way. We're flooding in because hungarian Citizens were leaving younger. Hungarians leaving for better opportunities broad. They're being replaced by immigrants so they they cut that off. A lot of victoria. Bond is power comes from resentment from the middle class towards the the way things went with hungry and this is the part the press. Does it get to. Why is victor orban doing so well. In hungary it doesn't actually have anything to do with him. Being some despot authoritarian. It has a lot to do with his predecessor. His predecessor was pretty far left and deeply. Corrupt and people revolted against him. He established his predecessor. Gory gordon been beige built a coalition of left-wing politicians and propped himself up and he got very unpopular with his left wing socialist policies that a of people recognized as a resembling the soviet union and they rejected and they turned towards victor urban now ironically the predecessor was economist but he was also fairly well of left and the voters rejected it and move rapidly towards a conservative christian invicta robot in the media hateem because of that but the larger issue here is is. Everybody is freaked out about this on the left. That tucker carlson is there as if it's some big thing here's the you can't replicate the hungarian situation in the united states because of demographic reasons economic reasons geopolitical reasons. You just can't do it in the extent that tucker. Carlson is trying to convince people may begin. He's not really doing that but highlighted hungry. A lot of those things. Don't don't matter here because you also have midterms here. Here's one of the things. A lot of people miss about parliamentary elections in many cases. You don't have scheduled elections when the government gets popular. They say hey. Let's have an election hoping that their popularity will continue for those six months of the election and they get reluctant to build a majority in this country. You have midterm elections. You have presidential elections. You have state elections. You have fifty states. You have an independent judiciary. Y'all have any of that in hungary. So it's just it's very weird that there's this this media freak out there essentially trying to i think have everyone believe in the absence of donald trump of the national stage that tucker carlson is the surrogate for donald trump. And that tucker. Carlson by hobnobbing with some with the media believes to be bad means. He's trying to convince conservative voters to do bad things that they themselves can amplify but they're missing a crucial piece. They're missing a very important component to all of.
"carlson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"There to the end of the day. Are you ready for your weekend. I know i am. I got a braves game on tap this weekend with my dad. I'm excited the full number. If you want to be here today. It is an open line. Friday and i do believe we have the situation resolved now. We were having issues last hour. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. And you know speaking of the fullness. We'll just give it a whirl here when we can In in and get some calls in to make up for lost time apologise folks got disconnected last hour. It was just discombobulation around here. Now i got to have a talk with you about. Tucker carlson tucker. Carlson has gone to hungary. If you've never been to hungary it is a beautiful place with wonderful people but Viktor orban is the prime minister there. And he rules with a heavy hand or so. The left says and tucker carlson his essentially engaged in an elaborate troll of the left. And i find the whole thing hysterical. I really do. I wanna play you some audio. This is from joy reid on msnbc who by the way she went on vacation with. The black lives matters activists She had like fifteen people on vacation with her That's about her entire viewing audience on vacation with her. You know i would love to take a trip with my listening audience But there are too many of you and it's it's just it's it's a real blessing joy reid that she can go on vacation and take her entire viewership of ten people with her and she came back all fired up about tucker carlson going to hungary so everyone needs a break and some quality time with family and friends and as i said at the top of the show i took a little summer vacation with my family and then with friends last week. Now i hear that just the other day. Our tukums also went on vacation with one of his friends in hungary but ducks friend. Happens to be hungarian. Autocrat viktor orban's the so called. Prime minister of that country whose waged a decade long assault on democracy and freedom. There's you're unfamiliar with viktor. Orban's rap sheet reads like a wishlist perspiring dictators. He's compromised the independence of the judiciary by creating his own court system..
"carlson" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"I believe Speaking which bend the the world's worst Fascists hinged aid is happening as we speak in hungary this week so bow. Tie white nationalist Carlson is speaking at a conference in budapest on saturday. Presumably because they paid a ton of money and he is also hanging out with interviewing hungarian. President viktor bon. The conference tucker is speaking at is funded by an organization called a benepe butcher. This name mathias co venus collegium which is a very. Mcc sounds like oprah's day or some sort of weird latin name. The mcc was recently granted more than one point. Seven billion with a b. dollars in government money from orban's has about one percent of hungary's gdp with the goal of creating an academy of sorts to train the next generation of baby. Right wing fascist. Ben you've written extensively about this in your book. Can you give listeners. A quick reminder of who victor orban is and what you make of this unholy alliance with tucker carlson in budapest. Yeah and again if you were Interested in this story. Please pick up after the fall because this is kind of jumping off point for me to write this book. I mean victor bonn as we talked about has been at the vanguard of this kind of white christian ethno-nationalist trend that we've seen particularly gained momentum since the financial crisis but i think what people also have to understand his viktor. Orban's has been symbiotic with elements of the american right wing. His political consultants as he was running to be prime minister in two thousand ten. Were american republican political operatives. The playbook that he is pursued in hungary and redistricting parliamentary seats to entrench his party in power in packing the courts with right wing judges and changing voting laws to make it easier for his supporters to vote particularly ethnic hungarians who outside of hungary but are part of his ethno-nationalist view of what constitutes hungarian his playbook of having a right wing media machinery That is constantly flooding people with scary stories about crimes committed by immigrants or the danger of invading muslim towards the wall. He built or fence. Whatever we want to call it. He built to keep migrants out of all. These things should be sounding familiar to people and look steve. Bannon has passed through there. He's astroturf to kind of white nationalist civil society. That's kind of an incubator for not just the hungarian far-right but for far right movements across the west this is really odious. Autocratic ethno-nationalist fetishistic character. And the idea that the most prominent american conservative commentator is just going over there being welcomed with open arms and embracing victor orban and calling his followers attention to like. Basically a blood and soil nationalist ethno-nationalist state should be much news anchor in his show there for the week showing pets. I can't even. It'd be like it'd be like a like a left wing podcasts. Going down to caracas and hanging out with maduro. And then anchoring like a podcast from fucking caracas for this is insane and like people. This isn't normal. This isn't like the this isn't like you just drives me crazy when people were like. I'm not just because. I feel like well the left has msnbc and the right has fucking. Msmbc is in broadcasting from caracas You know like the this is extremism. And like tucker. Carlson is a truly dangerous character. And the thing about victor orban. The that i really wanted to focus on in the book is the reason he matters is 'cause he says the quiet part out loud you know. He gave a speech in two thousand fourteen saying that the future should not be democratic. It should belong to illiberal democracies which is essentially single-party rules. You know this is. A guy has made no bones about looking to putin looking to china. He's invited in. The belt wrote initiative into europe. He's kicked out. A george soros funded university and replaced it with a chinese funded university. Like this is a full. Embrace autocracy never mind by the way tucker carlson. This is the incoherence of the american. Right can rail about the wu. Han virus in china one day and then go and embrace a guy who's inviting china into the west and building chinese universities because they care more about autocracy than they care about certainly democratic values so this is a big story mine. It is a big story. He's got a little A fetish for fascism. So we'll keep an eye on tucker goes. I'm sure he won't apologize in any way shape or form. All the usual suspects will defend him because nothing seems to matter anymore. But it's a big deal. It's a big deal. It's gross and he's getting paid a ton of money. I am sure And it's terrible So ben we'll turn to around. These things are also looking not greats when it comes to efforts to return to renegotiate the iran nuclear deal so we talked about this a lot in the show. You know around recently elected a president. this hard line cleric named ibrahim racy say elected in air quotes because there were dozens of moderate candidates who are barred from running. I don't think anyone thought that rice's election was a good sign for the trajectory of the relationship but there is a belief that the iranian regime would allow the talks with the west to be completed before he was inaugurated navy just like give them a clean slate but something seems to have changed. Racy takes office on thursday. The talks have been stalled for some time. Now and the iranians have increased their nuclear enrichment activities. So that's good on top of that news on sunday. The us the uk in israel accused of carrying yet some drone attack on an israeli owned oil-tanker off the coast of oman. That killed two people so again like this feels like a very familiar update israel and iran or engaged in this constant low grade. War were there. You know chipping away at each other in the us in. Iran can't seem to come to an agreement on how to sequence getting back into the jc nuclear deal and really quite literally running of time so a few weeks ago. People seem hopeful that this would get done now. Maybe not so much. What what's your take. Those might be unknowable. But like do you think this is brinksmanship that we often see at the end of a negotiation or sign of something bigger. Some bigger problem feels like a sign of bigger problem. I mean there was of a flurry of activity after that election by the was going to europe europeans very eager to get back into. Jcp weight and just didn't happen. I mean look. I think you know. There was always a risk of the longer. These negotiations drifted in terms of time. The more external events could interfere. Obviously the running election could interfere. Where does that leave us now. I like nobody wants to be back on this ramp of escalation where the iranians are approaching the capability to have enough material for nuclear weapon. And and there's this kind of tit for tat esclation and yet it seems hard to find the formula to get back into the jc pugh. A i hope that's not because the us is Kind of insisting on the maintenance of a lot of these trump sanctions that were put in place after the us withdrew from the jcp. Puree when you withdraw from a deal I think it's an understandable idea that that the starting point for the negotiation return to that deals were. The deal was when he pulled out. That said i think what i hope could happen in. What may happen is the negotiation of some interim agreement. Right like there was last time before the jcp way. There was an interim agreement that froze iranian nuclear program. Didn't roll it back. There was modest amount of sanctions relief. So at least were not on that path of escalation and so what hope can happen in. The coming. Weeks is a negotiation. Something that at least stops the clock on the advancement of the iranian program by some more time for diplomacy. And then you're least birding this kind of decision point between iran approaching that nuclear capability or the us taking military action which would up and everything else. Joe biden's trying to do. I mean you know if he's trying to revitalize democracies trying to do a climate change he's trying to to deal china all these things russia. We don't need to spend another two or three years in like a psycho-drama veron negotiation. So i hope that they can least try to put a lid on this problem in create some space for diplomas..
"carlson" Discussed on Worst Year Ever
"There's however the president of the kurt one and our government has made it very clear that they view white supremacy as a domestic terrorist threat. And i am generally aware of what the government does with who they view as so it would stand to reason that they could very well be like well. He's the leader. He's the guy he's the propaganda doing all this stuff But it doesn't seem like there's a more reasonable explanation for this than that. I don't think without giving like again. I have very famously. Done some like a. In the past i have communicated with people for the government whose job is to look into white supremacy right I would be shocked if there was any kind of understanding or acceptance at the kind of levels necessary to approve surveillance of an individual. That tucker carlson is a major part of of the white supremacy he is. I would be shocked if that was if anyone with any kind of our. Nsa was willing to acknowledge that. I would be completely shocked I just don't believe that's what's going on. I think it's very likely he was. He was reaching out to somebody in the connected with the russian government. And maybe wanted this interview and and again the nsa hoover's up every single thing every whatever says probably so. I'm sure they're spying on him to that extent. Right yes right But i don't the idea. Dave like they're gonna take down his fox news show which which like is is like not possible. That's the other thing where it's like. He's going to be on the air forever. That's how that's how self important thinks he is like. He thinks he's so important that the ultimate goal is to cancel his tv show. Yeah there was a fun story from axios that suggests he's really angry at fox because They wouldn't like the. He's been blowing beating this drum. That like the nsa spying on me. The nsa spying on me and fox news hasn't covered it at all like they haven't done like the actual news chunk of fox's just kinda like let that one b right that's war especially fox news would be like we gotta fucking talk about this like that. Seems like the kind of red meat that they love. Yeah so the fact that they're not addressing it at all is they also have an issue any statements of public support for carlson nor have they condemned the nsa which kinda sued suggests like either. They know it's bullshit or they're like well we don't want to. We don't want to touch this. This is just late. Yeah right into this. I guess but didn't they so so in the text to is cnn reporter. Carlson called the allegation that he's angry with fox executives absurd. he said. i'm not mad at anyone at fox. If i was i'd say so mad at you for lying relentlessly. What a load some person you are. Please print that. That's that's classic. That's how he talks People ended up a text. Yeah not everyone talks like bay text but yeah no. that's exactly. Yeah even cadences there..
"carlson" Discussed on Worst Year Ever
"And we were just talking. About how more and more people watching tech harrison all the time things not quite true. Yeah robert has good news. We're great based on kind of the most recent data. I was able to find about his show it in like the last couple of months there was a slight drop in overall viewers But a slight raise in a key demographic viewers which is adults Among from twenty five to fifty four so overall slightly fewer maybe they died of covid Because he told them not to get vaccinated. Here's that said he. It's not like he's. He has a solid base of listeners. It doesn't seem it's not like exploding but it's big and it doesn't seem to be really shrinking is so it's possible that it sort of Wearing thin a little bit because he also has morning daytime show now to where he interviews people so like he's just doing so much and wrong all the time so much. Yeah that maybe they're like all right. We like what tucker will i watch. Today he's got two shows out every day at about the the nsa shit. He brought up. Which i i guess. The gist of. It seems to be that tucker. Carlson was trying to or isn't it wasn't the process of trying to reach out to someone within the russian government Who could get a message to putin to try to interview putin right And he started making the claim that the nsa that someone had told him someone within the government had told him that the nsa was spying on him and engaged in a conspiracy to destroy his television. Show the nsa has said they were not spying on tucker carlson which is both alliance drew. I believe they were not specifically spying on tucker carlson. I think they were spying on tucker in the way. They're spying on literally all of us. It's wild to meet at. This is because the state doesn't really make a lot of statements like no so wild. This is the time. Where though mike okay. It's time to come out of the woodwork. Like you know what it's just whenever the nsa or the fbi in particular or homeland security make a specific statement about whether or not a case exists or specific statement about an ongoing case. That's a big deal. Because they're ninety nine percent of the time they do not make any kind of combat ongoing case. It's it's kind of shows that like they. They saw this as something they had to get out in front of right now. That said again the. Nsa is always lying. Because they're the ns right so also the also always liked the liar and loves the attention and love to be loves he loves to be targeted. I will say oh important. Nsa or just upset is finally got revenge for not getting in cia but will say so like there. He's a liar. Essays lot liars. There's probably a reasonable explanation for this again. Like what the same thing with Trump russia stuff where it's like. Yeah we were like spying on like people and then you talked to those people and we'd have obviously like if he's reaching out to especially if they're foreign registered foreign agents in the united states it would totally make sense that the nsa would have gotten a record of like whatever and that said..
"carlson" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"Days a little bit less than a week in the great flood lines at the pacific northwest and the idea. There is i take group of people out. And i teach them to read the imprint of the great events that are preserved in the landscape of the earth and so what we have in terms of eastern washington which is where we spent five days was we have the imprint of the greatest floods ever documented in the history of the earth and these floods are critical and important in understanding the unfolding of not only the natural world we inhabit but the world of human civilization. Because as you know well gray the world. Snip balaji is replete with stories of these great world destroying floods. Yes so what i'm doing with. These tours now is taking people and revealing to them. This story has been imprinted in the landscape for twelve thousand years and only now is finally yielding up to interpretation because we've got the satellite imagery. We've got the digital relief laughing. We've got the lie dr. We've got the drones that we can go up and we look at this from thousand feet up. We can traverse the terrain by auto now whereas nearly part of the twentieth century when j hartman brats mapping these incredible terrains had to be laboriously. Arduously done by jalopy and on foot and literally. What took him twenty years. The maps that he drew the took twenty years. We can now see by looking at one satellite photographs but so we needs tours. What i do is we have three things and preparations via zoo. Typically how we did it last time leading up to the tour. So i can brief everybody and inform and educate everybody about what it is. We're going to be doing what our objectives are. The scientific objectives not only to understand what receiving so when we actually get in the field. I have to re explain that to be so right. We are meetings leading up to the tour and i show video flips. I show slides i show graphs and charts and so on to instruct them in this language. Because that's what it is. It's the story of these great events. Right is embedded. It's etched engraved embossed into the earth's surface and we've been walking on it growing food on it building. Cities on top of living and dying generation after generation without understanding the nature of the world. Right under our feet. And now after twelve thousand years like i said that world the ancient world the world that which drowned in east great floods is ready to yield up at secrets and so that is the motive and purpose behind these particular field trips so we have another one planned for september. It's going to be six days. We've added a day so that we can go to somewhat more leisurely pace at the same time we can take in or sites and that of course is all going to be on the website. And anything else that we're going to be doing. That's coming up whether it's a sacred geometry workshop or tour. Were also planning for november tour in southeast. We're calling it the cumberland tour to show the imprint of these cosmic events that if you peel back the canopy of education it's right there. It's under our feet as well. And so through. My cosmic raffia podcast. What have been trying to do is to show on focusing north america now. But i'm trying to show how once you begin to recognize the fingerprints and footprints. You realize that it's everywhere about us. It's in our backyards. It's every region of the continent and then from there. We extended the world itself. And like i said it's the ultimate story of our time. And i think once this story is told we're going to come to understand the story of these great catastrophes that terminated the last world age is the veil separating ten thousand years of history which is really. Just a rebooted right. It's what separates the body round of history from the two hundred thousand or three hundred thousand years of deep history. Were the real story is still big reserved. So that's part of what the motive is for these tours. Amazing that is a hell of a pitch due to see out there sometime soon. I do all my work from here at home. And then i just don't take advantage of all the doors. It opens her follow up opportunities. You're talking to darren about exactly that but this definitely seems like one. I don't want to miss well if you do come. I will make sure that everybody is told ahead of time to be nice to you okay. That's important you know. Matter of fact. I you know i probably wouldn't mind having somebody to carry my knapsack for me all right. Yeah i'm just ave the joy joy roller okay. The what the joint roller. Hey there's an idea a snoop dogg guy one. You should have one randall. Well you know what. I'm going to start thinking about that idea. I had never thought of that. I thought i was always rolled my own. But hey after all you know when you become an international celebrity you need that. Light snoop dogg. You gotta have your own joint roller right. That's true it's true in those. Make it easy on me and one last thing. I wanted to mention just to clear up any confusion out there. Is you mentioned your website. Randall carlson dot com. And that is the hub. Now even though people have heard of sacred geometry international. We just need to tell them that. You're no longer affiliated with that website. And i think that's important to say because you've done so many high profile podcasts. In the past that have mentioned that and Just to clear up any confusion. It's now randall. Carlson dot com. Yeah yeah it's a long story. Disappointing story that. I have to at some point. Tell it in its detail if you go to the website the webmaster there turned it into basically a forum for the promotion of his own agenda which included a lot of what i think of as half baked conspiracy theories and it had a major reflection on me. You know. i'm seeing the buzz on the internet. People talking about ronald carlson. Yeah he's got some good stuff but he's acute tarred. It's a lot of complicated stuff to go into but the bottom line is i provided an enormous amount of content with the understanding that there would be just a fair and equitable split right down the middle between myself and the administration the website who built the website. October will mark three years. Since i've received any money from the sales of my work on that website so anything you purchase bear in mind. I'm not seeing any of that money. The geometry class that's being sold. There was never finished. And it's essentially the beta version. So i don't want anybody spending money for that because there's much better upgrade. Its into yeah. It is just sad to see because you are such a wealth of knowledge and you seem like such a genuine guy that you know you should be compensated for the deep amount of study. You've done over a long period of time. But i guess we don't need to say anything more about except those are unauthorized sales. And if anybody wants to support randall..
"carlson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Carlson helping out his neck holding the kid and trying to get it away from Carlson duds down the Wall Side has a centering pass McKinnon on his tape hold still in front for ransom, and it's blocked. Back to the point graves over from the king and walks in the bar circle. Let's ago he's what is shut. The Mac attack is back Jack on the Vegas Golden Knights are drinking from a fountain. That's poor like an avalanche that's coming down the mountain. It's four. Nothing Colorado, not even five minutes in the period, too. You know that place started Connor. It started when the two Vegas guys were coming back into the zone, and McKinnon was chasing him and they could feel the pressure of his speed, and they kind of panic with the pocket and all of a sudden it's along the boards. The Avalanche start moving around. Eventually, McKenna gets it. They'll be McKinnon seventh goal of the playoffs, which leads the National Hockey League and Ryan Graves picks up his fourth assist of the Stanley Cup playoffs for further details. Here's Alan Roach Jo scored by number 29 Nathan Jenna. This'll seventh goal of the playoffs, Assisted by number 27 Ryan Graves on number 96 meet, Go or antenna. So Rantanen and Graves to McKinnon and multiple point nights are in progress here in Bal Arena in downtown Denver isn't ranted and.
"carlson" Discussed on More Content Talk
"Hello hello everyone and welcome to another episode of more content talk. That's the only show that cuts through the glamour. The glitz and all the bullshit to bring you. The truth is news that we can find. So i'm gonna talk about good old tonight old tucker carlson because carlson thinks that he is god and that he is. I dunno some kind of military. Junta that he's just gonna organize a whole little committee. Come harass you because Your child has a mask on and so he's encouraging his gang of roving idiots which that's the people who listen to tucker carlson. I've told you that time. And time again and i will continue to tell you that the only people who listen to tucker carlson and him seriously our complete morons. I don't care if you're a professor at dumb fuck university..
"carlson" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast
"So how did we get to where we are today. Folks with the capitol building turned into a crime scene by trump riders and domestic terrorist. With what four dead now and scores scores of people injured including the capitol. Police many of them injured. So what we're seeing. Unfold is the result of complicated carefully orchestrated system of permission. Basically is what we're saying it starts most the time but not always at the top with donald trump. saying something baseless. we'll just say election fraud. Which is the flavor of the day. It starts with something like that and then it's reinforced by so-called legitimate legitimate entities. i'm talking about people like lawmakers the media respectable people and sources. At least they think that's her followers. Thinks is that their respectable so it's all reinforced by them. The cycle repeats endlessly and feeds into itself and reinforces itself because the system has a real incentive built into it for the people that are spreading. These lies the media gets hordes of followers. They get the views they get. They get ad revenue from that. The lawmakers are assured that they're going to be reelected so it's it's a system of permission that gives basis and credence to what the president says it's reinforced by lawmakers. In the media who then benefit they get reelected the media gets all of this ad revenue and they get a following so the natural progression of this whole thing and builds and builds into what we saw. Yesterday when it crescendo. So that system of permission that that we have right now it's alive and well even last night folks into the evening after. Our capital was ransacked by trump. Right even then tucker carlson tucker. Carlson kids election fraud claims credence and support. So the system of permission is still grinding on hapless. Tucker carlson last night wednesday why were any of them there today. We ought to think about that. If you wanna fix it you have to think about that. The only reason this country is rich and successful is because for hundreds of years. We've enjoyed a stable political system and the only reason that system is stable is because it's a democracy it responds to voters. Democracy is a pressure relief valve as long as people sincerely believe they can change things by voting..