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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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03:25 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"How many hours do you think average. I would say. Probably seventy eight hours. Full seventy i get your age sleep. Herb eight or nine me better Last question is more one on you. Get to ask me one. Is aliens or you able neighbor or a non. Oh i would say. Didn't something recently. Come out this week of Some rumblings that were going around in the alien community at i would definitely say that there are a lot of questions that need to be answered and there are a lot of things happening that To say that there's not some sort of extra terrestrial being her community would be not looking at the facts. You that's very politically correct way to say that you believe in aliens you get. Ask one question to finish up for okay. I'm favorite company of favorite. I like choosing between children I'll say the one coming in. We announced an investment in. Today's so nicely fever would just recently is probably called synthesis Started a school auspices campus. I children other not just the critical thinking all solving independent thought. More of the skills that are necessary to success wife rather than the rogue memorization operations internist s in soviet of net school. Josh and his new co-founder crispin obvious credit software. In they take kids fourteen and they put them in knees virtual environments and basically give them a problem. They give them new direction. No walls anything. Just say figure now the say and so. It's pretty incredible. Washy young kids come in to learn leadership teamwork creativity Problem solving critical thinking such someone seems to be moving forward if we can teach or people in salt skills to maybe a little bit better off than others absolutely and that shows you that free market and innovation are really billing lease gaps where traditionally people want the government to fell. You look at wise Literacy rate so low in some of these inner cities where How can how can companies through innovation and again free. Enterprise be able to kind of fulfill that gap in problem solve so. I think that's huge. It's an incredible to to know that that is out there like school. Choice to point out right. The digital exactly also said they used too much for doing is working with people to find you on the internet or reach out limited questions. Yes catalina for congress dot com and catalina louth on all social media platforms the benefit of having a A unique name is that you're not competing with very many other also next year. That is true it it's a. It's a double edged sword. Also things much for doing this through to get future. Yes thanks so much for having me on again anthony. You take care..

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

08:14 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Border. The border patrol or ice and things like that who are actually targeting criminals When you see this influx unita stop the bleeding where it is first and then focus on how we can actually bring people here on a merit based perspective. Sorry along with though. Is it fair. say your perspective is like one. We should have less evil immigration to more easier legal immigration lanes urine america system and or. This is to address evening. Oh components today but also our mouths that with a drastic increase in the legal immigration happens pursues at fair-way runs your horses absolutely merit based i but then also looking at. Let's curb what's happening at the border. in a in a very thoughtful way and again we should want the best in the brightest you look at a lot of the tax silicon valley big founders of amazing companies. Doing incredible things are immigrants. Have software engineers. You have people that are really contributing to making our economy thrives And also obviously americans at are are contributing of course but let's do a on base system. I sure before we wrap up. I wanna ask you a question. Just against fans across the aisle gross of what people's local beliefs are It just make more young people care about all take out governance and leadership in our country on the local level the state of one the federal any ideas there terms of what people do whether it's in our own communities wash doing become state or national level to just rookie boy engaged in baltics general. Yeah it's a twofold approach. I'll use the example of what happened with game. Stop or even the twitter example of president trump being depart form those type when when an issue actually becomes personal that millennials can really relate to And you have people leaders for example. I remember a day. Portland talked a lot about game. Stop during that time. When you have kind of these mediums. That millennials are using and they're influencers talking about these real world issues. I think it really forces people to kind of especially younger people who are not focused on these political issues to look at how this is. Impacting my life I should dig a little deeper in this space. And then ultimately see the the political policy behind it. A big thing too is educating people on history with it goes back to having effective messengers as well in the political space of while these ideas are not good. Why because You shouldn't be taxed. You should be able to You shouldn't be overtaxed. You should have a little bit more money in your pocket. You're 401k's should be. You should be able to own a home. You should be able to buy a car. All that is made possible by free. Enterprise A mixed economy. And once you kind of describe it in those ways from a philosophical in principle perspective but also having the right tools in the right messengers for it i think we can actually really make gains and a big thing is You know how can these influencers that are in the business space or really care about these topics. That millennials are listening to educate people on on the policies changes. That are happening right now. You're seeing again. The rise of kind of the socialist ideology because you have messengers. That are kind of saying free everything. Let's let's overtax everybody. Let let's control the means of production by the state should be able to to have control over everything. Where you ask the average millennial. I'm sure they're in a good paying job. They're the they're trying to buy a house at this point they're trying to have families and that's only made possible because of fran prize so i know it's again long winded way of saying you know having the right message but having the right messengers for it in the right mediums and also putting out the facts and making people think for themselves. You know nobody should tell you how to think but you should at least have the historical references you should at least have the values and the principles and digging deeper on the fact. That policy changes really impact your life when i was with the administration. The tax cuts and jobs act for example. That was really impacting businesses everywhere. Those putting more money in people's pockets companies were able to reinvest in their employs. People salary went up. Low unemployment rates real wages. Were up those impacts. That's the message that we should be honing in on. And then you look at kind of these very over-regulatory Burden burdensome rugged policies that come out now from this administration where they're looking to tax. You know people that have two hundred thousand dollars or more when you're in san francisco. How much two hundred thousand even getting you buy with or new york city. We need to look at these things in a in a thoughtful way. And i think millennials are actually coming around To the idea of free enterprise in Ultimately that's a good shift. We're kind of getting away from The social issue kind of Construct how we have a very over-regulated administration that wants to kind of destroy free enterprise or at least stifle it. How do we push back. And how do we bring back a free enterprise into the equation. Lower debt things like that. It's it's absolutely fascinating. And i think that you not nothing is actually free as we know same time. I think that there's a lot of people who are in pain and sufferings trying to find what is the middle ground is is. Why politicians or they're going to do their thing and hopefully emissions figure it out before. I let you go as s a every same three questions with asked me one to finish the first one is the most important book that you've never read my gosh. That's great one. Man's search for meaning is incredible. One out also throughout the fountainhead. By ayn rand is one of my favorites. What's your those are great ones. I always say the same three denver. Brian was formative for me Ornette gert rich rich. Riches manny babble. Twenty years old was pointing to jake seconds. Much nari was isos eight three no whatever whatever yet all right next question is coming from our friends over at eight sleep. Apnea thermo regulated. Matches may get really hot old isis. Leave like five hours star sleeping on this thing and british changed my life as with the sleep religious. 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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

06:21 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"What do you think the solution is. How can you prevent a again when you have all the the control in the in the world possible in a situation again like in boulder. How can you prevent that You've seen situations that people who are armed have been able to actually thwart these situations or prevent more killings from happening A lot of these situations when you look at the mass shootings happen in. I don't think this particular instance was one of these but you are where where weapons aren't allowed so ultimately the very vulnerable areas that a mass shooter will go in and understand that they are not going to be met with a aggression back right. That's a tough one to answer. But ultimately is for individual liberty preserving our second amendment right as much as possible and people need to understand that again. Criminals woke it whether it was a gun or whether or not it was a truck or you know a criminal will commit the crime that they want to commit and again we really need to look at the more. The mental health issue that was happening with that particular individual but in terms of gun control. That's not the avenue that i would be looking to sell the problem with john. Limitless von a timeout immigration. Your parents came here from another country and Nibbled life for themselves. They've i think as you and your sister had to hike its children. They grow in the united states. But it was all thanks to Than coming here from walla. Talk a little bit. Just about kind of immigration situation Both legal illegal. If you were elected fishing congress our positions. Churn what i'll first start out by saying that you know some of these countries that a lot of people emigrate from my mother being from guatemala. You visit there and it's very poverty. Ridden i mean it is. It's sad the corruption is rampant. You have the drug cartels in the government and law enforcement altogether in one system and the the people who lose our everyday working class people there. And that's why you see so much. Poverty is because they don't have a lot of these cases Stable government that or some sort of stability. It's very corrupt and but this is a this is a very complex issue that unfortunately a lot of past administrations both from from presidential administration perspective but also A congress has not been able to solve in a way that you're seeing right now. It's happening with the border crisis. Where you're you're having some serious issues that are going on down there and Why has it come to that point. when my family came here i i grew up with stories of my grandmother working on coffey beaten farm when she was eight years old because education back in the twenties in a country like guatemala was just it wasn't really even heard of Low literacy rate from the nineties didn't even start to improve until the early two thousands in a country like guatemala. Meaning you know. People couldn't even read. How are you supposed to have a career or do better for yourself. If education or there weren't there wasn't a free market type of infrastructure in place and so my family story it again. My grandmother grew up picked. Coffee beans as an eight year old was able to start her own little food truck and then ultimately started a business There but then it wasn't until my family came to the united states that they actually were able to to thrive. I mean when you come from a country with poverty you're not thriving at all you're just living and then you come tier to the land of opportunity where there's no ceiling you can start. A company can come from nothing with five dollars in your pocket and be a billionaire. I you know. I read somewhere. Fifty five percent almost sixty percents of our billionaires are all self made. And i would i would beg to to also look at you know. The other portion of how many actually did start with a lot probably not a lot and there are a ton of immigrant. Success stories But the but the reason why those are success. Stories is because you had law-abiding people who came here because of opportunity and wanted to have a better life for their families. You cannot for anybody that wants to come here. Obviously because we are the greatest country in the world but why have we imposed measures that has incentivize an influx of illegal immigration and with that comes their own portion of business. You're looking at sex trafficking labor labor trafficking it's become a business because of past policies that incentivize people to come here. Hey you crossed the border or you'll get insurance you'll you'll be able to get housing. You will be able to get a paycheck. These are very things that socialists and democrats ultimately really do push for Is come here and we will take care of you instead of. Come here because you are fulfilling a gap in from merit based perspective. You wanna come here. You want to be a productive citizen. You wanna pay taxes. You wanna start a business you want to create a family you wanna. You wanna contribute to our gdp in our country. Let's create a reform system that awards that behavior rather than awarding. Come here on an illegal basis and we will give you what whatever he wants. and this is a very complex issue that both sides of the aisle clearly haven't really figured out but for first and foremost you need to stop what's happened. 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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

08:14 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Point where is the line between up the push for diversity. Which i think most people regardless of their political leanings feels like a important topic all the way to her. What i think is a pretty extreme position of Race and sexuality have you just you this balance rohit again. There's no right answer right it really is. i think. Each person's individual spectrum re- as a hispanic woman. I talk about this all the time of a wire. You putting people on board just based on their ethnicity or based on their gender or whatever may be it should be based on merit and as the person say you are being put on a board or You are being elevated in a different position. What you want to be there because you worked for it and because you Felt this this personal responsibility of yes. I deserve a seat at the table because of x. y. and z. When you bring in race and really dividing people from by color by gender. You're basically you're forced to choose You're basically saying well one is better than the other. And that's why we want to elevate this particular voice or this particular gender. And i just don't think that that's fair for this society. I mean we are We are a country based on personal responsibility. You have a lot of different people from all ethnic backgrounds in very different industries and n people should should demand accountability by merit. Not based on this kind of made up structure of while. You're minority therefore you shouldn't Therefore you deserve a seat at the table because you have been for so long Oppressed i don't believe that i think we live again. In the greatest country in the world where All races are elevated and should be elevated based on personal responsibility. Not by picking and choosing. We're in a very dangerous spot. When you do choose and pick and choose because ultimately somebody is gonna feel resentful for that and you know we should be encouraging diversity of thought invoices instead of just again diversity based on identity politics as part of this. This bleeds to. I think a whole bunch of other topics when it comes to individual or scenario era individuals possibility liberties and one of the things that also knees gun rights and so there's a really complex situation right when it comes to. Let's say the second amendment peoples right to bear arms combined with the safety of the public in so there was recently a mash that occurred inside day supermarket When people i think long mass shooting that occurred immediately. It's let's go and install much more stringent gun walks her. What surprise me and again. I would say that many of these cases you just don't know the nuances until you start to look into it and understand. It seemed like a rash. Org should gun control. And there's a spectrum rate obviously happy before you buy don is controlled. there's a hariri stretch outlined cetera put in colorado specifically. It appears that there was an assault. Right will be. There was all sorts of mental illness. Type rules in place and there's a lot of the things that people normally call or round were already in place and then there was still shooting in. So is it something. Where using gun control as one example of many many base where rules can actually change the situation or addresses situation or is it. just big. Like criminals bad people do bad things or being criminally breaking trailing again. Is right answer writing this specific situation like the more into. It was actually shocking. Frankly of like a lot of these measures around luggage will seek actually be have happened in colorado yet. There is still the shooting is. That is the rainy answer on. You know what the official you would. Jewish and what happened was was tragic but we look cat. You're right. I mean the amount of laws that were already put in place when he look at federally. The gun laws that are already passed from a federal perspective and then individually. I live close to chicago where we have the strictest gun laws possible and unfortunately twenty five people were shot just a couple of weeks ago. Nobody in the media really talked about that. A little boy was shot. When you have a situation like what happened in boulder. It's it's very sad that you know people are are quick to politicize things without actually breaking down the facts A big thing. That i saw too was the race of the shooter. And all this when we start talking about just everything from a surface level perspective in the sound bite. Kind of era that we live in. You're not you're the facts are not able to come through unless you dig really deep and and you're right. I mean the laws in boulder. How could how could you you. They've done they've put every single gun law possible that could've quote unquote in their is prevented it yet. It still happened right. There are bad people that do bad things as a person not the weapon and but when you look at again why are individual. Were were instilled in the first place. we respect that too for the For the overwhelming majority of law abiding citizens in every time we have these conversations when a tragedy happens or we tried to push gun control measures when there already are some in place. Then we are chipping away at that individual liberty every time and so the the focus needs to be yes. Is there areas to improve on a mental health. Sure let's look at that. But let's also look at why i heard a statistic that not a statistic heard a reading about this the fbi. He'd already been on the watch list or had been associated with somebody on the fbi Watchlist he was on somebody's radar and again. That's all the government involvement. That's all the control possible and yet it unfortunately still happened. We need to take a hard look at the reality that that people will do. Evil things by at no matter what the situation is it should not be at the expense of the law abiding free american citizen. And that's ultimately what gun What gun control. When they impose those things it alternately hurts law abiding citizen so We don't know super well. But i'm guessing that you don't leave the solution insurers. Hey allow and so you know being meaning a mass shooting negatives than what is this is your for in urine and see somebody says. Hey i don't eat prevented situation hurrying..

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

07:41 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Decision. you're absolutely. I don't think that these platforms should have this bias in look As a candidate prior to even when we saw president trump depop worms after the election. Censorship was happening all across the board and our argument as running as a republican. But this is a topic that a lot of people should be concerned about no matter what side of the aisle you're on is this is limiting our free speech. If our founders didn't want these monopolies or or government to be so gargantuan. Why would they want this to happen. In the private sector They are completely overreaching on their bounds. And you see. I mean i remember when we were saying seeks us for for conservative or whatever libertarians But it was. It's really it's truly happening. I think the argument to is that we just want a seat at the table. We just want an opportunity to to have these discussions and to have a voice at the seat at the table. We're not asking for or or Filtering anything out. We're just asking for a voice and a big topic A lot of millennials weren't even thinking about the election. At least you know some that. I knew about until president trump was platforms. And i know a big thing was. How is the iotova of iran or some of these other world leaders allowed to have a voice in have a platform when the president of the free world is not. I mean these are really Questions that eat answered. And i hope that they get because this is a gross infringement on civil earn on the individual liberties and again if they can do that to president trump. They can do that to anybody because people should have freedom of thought they should have the ability to choose who they want to speak with who they want to hear from. And that's just being very much stifle right now but at the same time you can make the argument. Why don't we have other companies. Come in we live in a free market society. We have competition. Government does not own twitter in these other companies. Why doesn't somebody fill that void but then you saw what happened with parlor where everybody kind of came together and took parlor off even at an app as an app so there are a lot of things that need to be solved and i think this is an area that scientists can come together on as well do you feel like as there's other platforms that start up whether it's our others Do you feel erie's cocody ahmad orange five orange county attack competitors keeping monopoly a delight. No those buttons violence of the term service. And that's why they're being treated the way they are like that. Yeah and that's that's a tough question. Because ultimately who's deciding the roles you know what was what was ultimately decided Deciding factor rather of parlor getting kicked off of google in the android app store. Or are the iphone platform whatever. It was whatever app it was not being able to be purchased on our downloaded. From what was the deciding factor. Was there collusion. sure But it it just kind of looks. Bad when companies all in decide to take away another option on that was clearly gaining some momentum and in a conservative voices initially. Look at it like. Is there a line in our community really straight so if somebody is actually polling for trade there's undeniable call for. I'm not something that could be attributed as violence but violence or something that is racist or sexist or a thing that would be controversial essentially out. If it's very obvious. Should there be some limitation of free speech on platforms or. Do you think that it's more just like The truly free market in the say used. They're saying in all caveat the whole like a real seizure ratings right. I actually think that's almost more like everyone has an opinion. But i don't know if there's like we're all gonna get that his. There's a big issue with choosing sides. Right i mean. I've seen a lot of situations on facebook twitter You name it instagram. Where one side is clearly being told that they are racist or misinformation. And that you know you have to put up all this Hey with a caveat hate misinformation why don't you kind of look more into it. There is a clear bias that happened. I think if a platform is ultimately going to decide on what. The bounds are in terms of violence or race. Suit racial comments or anything of that nature than there needs to be a criteria that is is universal across the board with all different types of people and. That's not happening right now. I mean there's countless examples of one time kind of being favored and then again back to the parlor example where you know if one person was particularly calling for violence or whatever it might have been You shut down the entire platform or the thousands of other users because one person in particular was saying this At least speak fair. I think if they are going to implement these things and then ultimately i will say i mean bullying and things like that. It's really tough on social media. I'm sure a lot of people on both sides of the. I also think that's huge. Yeah argument don't read the comments and don't get caught up in net. Sure but at some point when somebody's death threatening new or Deliberately coming at you know very aggressive way. Is there a line that needs to be drawn as well. So that's a it's a complex problem But i think ultimately we just need to strive for four equal playing field for both sides of So all voices are heard so another topic that has recently come on is diversity. Racism and mental leded two those two There's a very strong wishing was would agree. Unimportant push on davis whether it's in or boardrooms on executive teams in the finding of companies founders. Who the venture capitalists are all the way to clinical spectrum You're gonna the elected officials are is nominated and conserve of of different waltz. with that said Recently there was a politician who basically said. I'm only going to vote for minorities. I'm only going to vote for a or if they are lgbt and so at what.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Blue state both sides. Are you have this idea that both sides are just career politician type of mentality right and so this term limits especially in a state like illinois is a huge thing because you have so many people that are there for so long and then from a national perspective that is happening all across the board. I mean you're right. People should not be in congress for thirty forty years. I mean this is ridiculous. What kind of real world issues are you solving for the future. You know when you're looking at things like how do we talk about a student debt or new innovated innovative technologies. How are you even having those conversations if if the mentality is kind of so. I don't want to say archaic wedding. It's true i mean they're they can't even solve real world problems three years ago. How are they going to solve it presently in currently in the future. So i am issues proponent for term limits. It's a an an issue that both people people from all walks of life independence libertarians. Republicans and democrats can come to terms with but we but the problem. Why i think it has never been solved is because neither side has wanted to solve it because a lot of these people you look at you know career politicians that is a career for them when you look at the founders. For example our founders. They never intended to go to washington for thirty years. Why because they they had they were lawyers. They were farmers. They had their own things going on. They had families back home and not to say that you know. Politicians don't have their own careers but by and large they have made a career out of politics and so it's more beneficial for them to kind of sit there and stay in and do enough to get reelected and then ultimately get there. What needs to happen. Because for so long i think we've seen the founders argued that why don't you vote somebody out of office and if you don't want them to be stuck in there forever right. Unfortunately politics has become such a money game it has become such a it rewards the career politicians it rewards the kind of establishment on both sides. And i'm really excited to kind of be in this new generation of disruption where a lot of these people now on both sides of the aisle. Frankly don't care They're like i'm going to step in i'm going to disrupt it. We saw the disruption in corporate america. And that's the rise of silicon valley I think we're seeing it in politics now and so. I'm really looking forward to people champions from both sides of the aisle saying look. I'm gonna go in there and i'm an actually passed term limits because we're young millennials. We don't wanna be here forever and let's actually things done so. I think you're seeing that shift now. So i think we'll agree. That forty fifty year. All titian and and i think that you. I know the people in our each brackets will see like oh what young you're committed against the when obviously be way this all. These young kids have no clue what they're talking about a literally are wide. I wish ill very naive about the world. And therefore they're gonna make just or decisions not because they've been around forever but because their inclination or office go change. Maybe the truth is actually somewhere which it shouldn't be protected status full hundred percent but also shouldn't disrupt everything think about that balance between Maybe freshly years and innovation were also experienced then If some of the things that have been around for awhile how were yeah. That's a that's a great point. I think a way to counter are you. I think the young right. I bushy tail concept. Is you know we have a lot of people. Now millennials creating billion dollar companies right. I mean they are successful. We have new ideas. We are We are innovators and in a lot of that is is a generational thing not to say that other generations haven't been able to do that but we're we're we have a lot of a lot to offer and on top of that you surround. You're only as good as who you surround yourself wet when you look at the the capital are the capitol hill or the swamp. Or whatever you wanna call it There are people who have been there who know the game for so long you of experts in different areas of policy. Wonks to your chiefs of staff who've been there for a long time of Served under a lot of people. And so i think that's a really good happy ground is is. Your team is having people that are are able to understand the concept but then ultimately the candidates or the members be new and it's not necessarily just an age thing. I mean if you have somebody who's significantly older who's who's left the private sector or just wants to step up and get involved in run for office now. There's a lot to say that too but you look at what is actually being solved right. If we actually ran our our government like a business if we actually rantings efficiently. I think a lot of our problems would be solved. I think we'd be able to come together a lot more as a country as well and actually say look. Let's let's talk about these things in a thoughtful way. What you're seeing now. I say how how somebody in office for thirty years but you saw. You're still talking about the same problem. I mean you. This is so. I think the i more lean on the new faces new perspective not necessarily age but just inexperience in the political space does is not necessarily i think where our country needs to be now so ask me think through. There's the age were experience of those who are elected leaders in our country Whether they're old or young the platforms are changing as well so where it used to be very much on the filters in the middlemen of the media you had to go and talk to the nearest off the television year dot zoo that and you can talk directly to people on social media and other lappam's but at the same time that were sneaking a rise in the adoption of nap were also seen arise challenge that does buttons space whether it's misinformation whether it's all sorts of different liberal i i'll allergies talk a little bit of the social media platforms. Are you see. They are role in all of this in. Are there things that are announcing and they should we or should we With a true free market approach of anyone say anything and the platform is just. A woman is not supposed to be an oriel.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

08:12 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"You should not treat any opinion expressed by pomp as a specific inducement to make a particular investment or follow a particular strategy but only as an expression of his opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes. Only all right guys bang bang. Kelly me here with me for doing this. Yes thanks for having me lessons right into your background. You are running for congress but he says the private sector and the public sectors kind of walk us through your career up free decide a run carlos. Yeah and also. I'll walk you through just kind of my background. So i was born raised outside of chicago on a really small town. My family came here from guatemala. My mother's side and my father built his own business. He came from depression era household in chicago and they really instilled the values of hard work and liberty and free enterprise especially coming from a different country where you come to the united states in the land of opportunity and so a big part of my platform is preserving those values of the ones. I was raised upon but also the values that really make the united states to the greatest country in the world. And and so. I'm really excited now. Running again illinois sixteenth district i in illinois fourteen previously in twenty twenty But to really make change. And i think people of all backgrounds now are starting to step up a lot of people in the private sector starting to step up because they see what's going on in this country so i worked in the private sector. I was appointed by president trump to the us department of commerce and really saw first hand. How the pro growth policies from the trump administration were really impacting people in the district. Meanwhile you see kind of the far left rising. Afc's this very socialist communist marxist ideology coming out from from women especially the squad these younger voices infiltrating the millennial community. And i took her a hard luck inside will who's fighting for our values who is telling these stories of what it's like to to have in a different country in in what opportunities are here. Who's telling the story from the business owner perspective or from the person benefiting from the free enterprise perspective we need new faces new perspective so And now i'm running again and it's been an amazing experience Thus far but it's a hard job running for congress for certain s- let's talk about I think you know what has become a pretty interesting dynamic rate if you look at Understood social media he understood how to deliver slava platforms to get a message out. Speak directly to the people cut out the middleman and regardless of what people think about his specific policies. The way that he communicated was very effective in Obviously quenching him into the presidency and that he did. He was acting as president. We've now seen other people realize the power doing that. So afc a number of people so shows that it's not so much one side of the aisle. It's more just a communication tactic. It is is quite effective on the other side of that. I'll sort of democratic viewpoint. It seems like the message is very much geared toward telling me what they want. Hugh right you're going to get free money. You're going to get support. You're gonna get all these things it sounds like you and the republican side is much more around a free enterprise in coming to save you. The you're gonna have to do this stuff yourself and so do you think that either sides Principles or perspective really matters as much as the communication tactic or does it know. Everyone's going to use these communication tactics therefore the the principles perspectives. That's will prevail because there will be a difference in the communication tactics four. That's an awesome question in my theory on. This is number one for a long time. If republicans had the right messengers. We would be winning right now for a long time in this also goes for both sides of the aisle. Frankly is that you kind of have these buttoned up people that they go to washington. They don't really communicate with their constituents. You don't really know what's going on And i and i think about all really broke with the digital era and the age and i call it the age of authenticity or you have more people interested in reality. Tv you have access to People as human beings in in a broader way that we just never did before based on the digital communication right. How come a ceo of a major fortune. Five hundred company or tech company can get on zoom meeting and talked to thousands of people all across the entire world in real time talking about the values of the company or what's going on in updating the company. But how come. Our elected officials aren't doing that there. There is a gap in transparency. Especially as you kind of rotate out of a lot of our members of congress are significantly. Older i don't know the average age of people currently in congress. But it's it's not millennials. And so when you look at kind of the the difference between the republican party and and the the democratic socialist Currently is our message still wins on the republican side but we need to have better messengers and president trump was frankly one of the first people to really break that mold. He broke that kind of invisible a wall between the majority of the population. And then this ivory tower in government basically not only in the way he communicated but just being able to understand his his base and what was incredible about it is that He was able to communicate to so many people in the bible belt in the in the flyover cities and fire of our country and Also people of all different walks of life i mean. We made massive gains in in different areas than demographics in different socioeconomic levels not only because of his policies. Like you were mentioning before but but like you said the communication barrier and so you look at the socialists and democrats now. Afc using kind of these mediums of video and twitter. I mean she's got a massive following. Why is that. Because she's communicating to an audience and especially millennials to a base. Her ideas are awful but she's able to really capture that so on our side. We need better communicators. That are really hammering down. Message of free enterprise personal responsibility and just going back and defending the values of our country and the us constitute shed. Yeah and so. I think that most people who watch this podcast for retirement but most people. I think that an in terms of i frankly think like the strings of all sides of the political spectrum are five missing the point right and so back to. This is kind of like the non hortus topics though. That is passing. That i actually. Everyone agreed whether it's your more centrist. Or you're on the extreme ends turbans right where people literally say wait. A second. can't shoot somebody able to regardless of their political leanings Enter politics at twelve thirty and literally do it until they. But that seems pretty crazy especially when you think about innovation the ability to understand -nology pollution their fresh ideas like taco term limits. What is the right solution. Sugar returns limits. How about those being in hers Is should be grandfathered. Did be things you could do. Maybe get around limits You're really good donor of of the people that you're elected upper. do you think about. Yeah and that's also a great question. You know here in illinois especially i think coming from a deep.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

03:42 min | 2 months ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

24:09 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"Awesomeness which is the Chad pray through show all the fun people we have on here your friends need to know about this and some of your non-french need to know about it too because we are guaranteed to trigger them just as much Catalina pronounce your is name laugh laugh yeah it's Love Love it looks like laugh Utah Law Yeah what a great last name I'm just saying in the name Catalina thank you and I'm throwing accent in it that I serve like as a redneck from Georgia I have no right whatsoever throw any accent it's like calling somebody from France Anri Henry now you're Latin spin is good thank don't you worry about all that now Kinda Lena I like it so I'm glad you're sitting down don't here with us today and hanging out you flew in this morning yes brighton early when you look fresh and spry and all that stuff you're doing something pretty amazing now I algae twenty six twenty six twenty six years old and you're running for Congress in Illinois yes and if you're elected you will be the youngest congress person ever elected to the House of Representatives I let me tell you something that you know why that matters because right now you know who holds the record Alexandra Seo quotas and I just don't want her holding any records I don't want to hold on any records I know all right take it back from her does that make you feel about all of that though I'm you know if elected obviously be honored and it's more of why I'm doing this it's not about to beat a record it's to serve the country and the way that to be a public servant and that's that excites me more than breaking a record now give us a little bit of your history because you've got some history with the trump administration and let's talk about that chair pointed to the Department of Commerce in two thousand eighteen as a political pointy and worked on primarily tax cuts and jobs act suny zone just really being an ambassador for the America first agenda and that was the first time that I really saw just how much this administer nation is working so hard for the everyday American and we need to continue that progress now you mean to me that you are Hispanic woman yes working for the trump administration and you didn't feel marginalized or there was no prejudice against you or anything like that I mean a contrary to what the world of social media would have us believe how were you welcomed into that administration with open arms I think everybody who works for the administration that supports the president or Patriots. I mean we're just everyday Americans don't want to help out auden and I have never felt more marginalized for being a trump republican than ever being Hispanic In in DC so you think Steve like at this stage in the game you feel like an underachiever take much it really doesn't take much that's why I love having people can lean on this you know I love it I love it just so we can make feet Steve feel guilty that's right kind of boost your Iq by having me here get him trying but that's amazing what you do it I mean how much have you have you caught a lot of flack for doing this because I know there's a lot of ageism that goes into things I I was running organizations when I was in my early and mid twenties and you have people that just like listen to you why would why would we respect you at your age yeah that's a great question I think there are we live in such an area now where millennials are disrupting every industry right I mean you have billion millennials that are building billion dollar businesses now you've were game changers and I think that there's such a need for anger people in office now that even young or older the older generation is just so happy that younger people wanna get involved in the the public service type of route and so honestly it's been more positive than than I ever thought and I really think it's because of the age that we live in the era I think people are excited to see a younger generation get involved with things like this I really do we need it I mean when you have people like AFC and the young people on the other side that are talking about socialism what is our country going to look like in twenty thirty years from now we need to serve the American dream we need to preserve conservative principles principles and going back to what our founding fathers wanted and if we don't have people to carry the torch for that in our country's law said down here if you just hit him with Catalina Lawf- and she is running she's not just to be clear we're talking about her not unseen eating competition with Ao see here and I like the point that you made on that she's running out of state of Illinois which is I would have to think a pretty uphill climb in regards to the state how is that area for you so the state itself obviously is notorious to be a democrat powerhouse but and especially at the at the state level but in the district it was actually a district that president trump won by four points it's a conservative Republican at heart and Oh to have a Democrat in like Lauren Underwood who's very very far socialist what's fun she's fundamentally not representing the values of a district like that so we of an amazing opportunity here to flip back and at least try to make change and I hope that from flipping back from a national perspective we're actually doing work on on a on a local perspective because that's what's important now you're states are what matters the communities are what matter and the more that conservatives in can flip these districts back and continue on conservative principles and we're making change small but then on an entire national perspective two yeah and come in from family we'll get into this more 'cause I want you to tell the story coming from a family of legal immigrants bought a Malla is an exciting story but I want you to make me the promises okay if you get elected first of all I don't care if you do videos on instagram or live feed video I don't care if you do that but just I'm sure that the apartment you live in if you buy Kia furniture you put it all together okay you actually have furniture in your house unlike afc I I also Oh don't marry your brother I don't even know if you have a brother but don't find one to marry okay don't pull an Ilana Omar don't what Steve I'm waiting my turn don't don't don't throw Israel under the bus 'cause you claim that you have a memo back in Palestine like Rashida to lead you see the point I'm trying to look at this stuff it's crazy and it all comes back to we need to preserve the American character when you have elected people like that who are just so divisive and are trying to create this narrative all four instagram and offer the the social media well that's not public service right your we need to reestablish integrity in our public servants and these are the congressional the congressional this in your district now underwood right okay now what she done can you tell me and maybe it's been a lot but what in your opinion what has she done for the constituents in that district as she done not a whole lot and I think on top of that she's actually put recently there was a bill that was going to be passed on she puts illegal immigrants before the veteran community before constituents and I think especially when you're talking about all the issues that are going on national perspective when you have a representative who's buying into the political game of the party like the Democrats are doing right now going against trump talking about impeachment well what they're so out of touch with their districts they're not looking at what is actually going on in the community what are the kitchen table issues everyday Americans in district like ours or districts across the country are actually who actually care about what is what do they care about and I think that's a huge problem too when you have have people who are playing way too much on the party politics and trying to capture on a media narrative the the out of touch and that's not the way it should be that's not what rep native democracy is about that's been a big issue for me because I look at these people who have they've been given such a platform to have such a voice I'm looking at their communities in the areas that have elected join what are you doing for the people who put you in office it just doesn't seem to be anything I mean Alexandra Cortes is down on the border and she's crying at fences and you know staring across in in in the so-called outrage and like you're from Queens like what what's what's the deal here and your family who cares from from legal immigrants and then you have to see this stuff and you gotta just shake your head that's going on tell us your story a little bit about your family shirt so my mom my grandmother and my mom and that side of the family came here in the eighties from Guatemala and for anybody who doesn't know what Guatemala's all about it's a very corrupt country it's almost third World Latin American country and they survived all of that and they built what they had they try to make they try to be somebody down there but obviously because of the political issues down there you you there was no sense of being able to you to achieve any sort of you know dream right there's a very huge level of class warfare you have the red listen I'm usually the poor the middle class is very small and so when they saw you know a country like the United States that offered so much opportunity and with hard work you can be whoever you want to be well that was that's an amazing place to WANNA strive to get to and so when they came here you know my mom worked three jobs she learned English and she was so grateful that there was a country that she could go to Away from the political instability of where she was coming from and so because of just who she was and you know my grandmother at eight years old how to work on a coffee farm because their family didn't have money right like they know what struggle is and I think a lot of children and a lot of people who've come here legally they know what hardship is and a lot of everyday Americans no hardship is and they had so much gratitude for for the United States they were happy to be Americans and when talk about the border and and down there we'll it's sad that there's not enough of that gratitude anymore we're in a an era where people are entitled to come here they're incentivized to come here illegally a lot of the times and we're taking away what made America great and what makes a country that people want to strive to get to you have people who've you mentioned that you know the thing that keeps America great or makes America great a lot of people get offended by that terminology these days we'll America was never great but that that just makes me mad I mean that irritates me when people say that because the fact so you can even complain about that shows you how great America is absolutely and I was listening to a lady on a radio call in program the other day who had cheat emigrated I'm GonNa Model as a matter of fact and she'd come here she had migrated legally she had become a citizen and the host of the show said look I know how hard it is doing is becoming an American citizen wasn't that hard you know what I'm saying I mean there are people who there are people who have done everything they can to get to this country and I can't say that I blame them for that because America is a great country and as if it if we weren't great why would they come right and we need to be yeah I mean why I mean how dare you be proud of America look at you Steve Unapologetic arrays little patriots to what kind of push back do you get being twenty-six Hispanic conservative Republican Parents you know mom is an immigrant what kind of pushback are you getting that now that you've gone public with this it's college is for it so I think there's a lot of that on the party side I think there's always gonna be that divide of the ear politicians and then disrupters right and so I get a lot of while you're not falling in line or wait your turn type of thing.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

14:29 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"It is party time mom to another episode of the show here in the mother ship which studio for tutoring in you guys are doing so good about coming over Youtube and watch it In an you're also doing pretty good about listen podcasts are offered thank you for doing that but you know what this podcast is not going to grow if you don't tell people about it it's just going to be the same folks that are out there enjoying all this as we possibly can oh we love to trigger people it's not like we really want to offend anybody we just want to stir the pot she lick the stick you know what I'm saying and don't you just WanNa do that these days is there not somebody out there that just needs to hear the wild crazy common sense we put out here we got a big Catalina Lawf- who's coming on the show she's actually running for Congress in her district in Illinois if she's elected to Congress she'll be I want to tell everybody we got a little thing going on right now where if you go over to the blaze DOT COM or if you go to shop blaze media dot com slash Chad you can buy all kind of murder stay horned but we're going to have a good time today hanging out here in Studio Twenty Two yes I'm hatless shut up I just didn't feel like wearing a hat today and yes for those of you wondering their defense I want to ask you about something yes now Catalina lawf- She's Hispanic she's Latina she is a she's from Guatemala her parents migrated here legally became citizens incredible story that you're going to hear today I just want to know why you're not achieving more as as a queen of the Ethiopians you know and just do you have any thoughts on that candy see no you know I I run the show for you enough maybe you're heavy you're holding me back I could be but you're not going anywhere I can tell you that people can we please do a candidacy queen of the Ethiopian.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Congressional run when my hometown congresswoman said all Republicans are racist and sexist and like full first of all I'm a female I am a minute already like this isn't a shrew right that's of course there's going to be bad people everywhere but we need to counter that narrative because it's not true everyday people like Ellen Degeneres sitting next to George Bush it's like that's not real I mean people are every day Americans were respectful I- pitting race against each other by putting this economic class warfare by making people not respect each other and we need remind ourselves of why this country's the way that it is because we have this character we were we embrace diversity we respect each other we help for neighbors and we need to go back to that politics just going away because it has gotten so crazy yeah like that is actually helping our calls you're like wow we are really really off the reservation and on some of these things like it's waking people up because it's like oh wait a minute isn't right or this isn't how it should be I work every day in this with other people who aren't like me and we get along fine so what's going on over there you're exactly right candice owns being called wight supremacist other like wait you called her a white supremacist Davisville road yeah and for the Hispanic community right out of sure immigration is a topic right but for a lot of people legal immigrants they look at the border problems and they're like yeah we need reforms and we need a processor people like my family my mom and my family worked really hard to get here and but then also the ultimate equalizer our jobs in the economy is something that all races we all want opportunity we all want jobs we all want our communities to thrive African American Hispanic that's ah everybody and we need and I think the the best part about the president to is that this economy is thriving and in he's he's he's equalizing everybody in that way and we need to counter that narrative to that these issues aren't just not women don't just care about social issues and there's their jobs in the economy our what the focus needs to be because that is what allows the American dream Yup thank you so so let's talk about some things that that a lot of people don't talk about when they're running for Congress or even our income oh you trust me you'll be all right okay so you are following the trend set by donald trump that kind of broke the mold for what a politician looks like and so now you're actually breaking the mold for people that are watching you and others like you kind of removing this that you have to be in your mid forties lawyers have to be either a lawyer or a doctor of some kind to run for Congress or Senate or whatever degree the better the the better and all this other stuff you have to be a self-made millionaire already knowing all this other stuff definitely broke that trend anyway all right so question to you is for for people that just don't know what's the most surprising thing both good and bad since you've started running you know what I mean that you've found out since you've really stepped into that world behind the veil kind of thing showers the most surprising good thing most surprising bad thing the most surprising thing is that when you have a message that's resonating with so many people across the country that support and that thrive like gives you the energy to do it every day when I get people who are like your people like yourself or the future of the Party we need new people things like that that is important to me because that shows that the message that I was the I the gap that I thought needed to be filled as an everyday American voter was obviously there and that is resonating with people across the country so I think that the support that I have from people across the district you know you never know how people are going to react to your candidacy or if people would thank you know being young and and all this was going to be an issue but it's not and so I I think that's the most surprising is up especially baby boomers the older generation district they're so excited have somebody who's yawn and surprising exactly and so I love I love that aspect is is just completely on breaking the mold in that way and and people saying what can't be done can be done and I think people want to see someone who is passionate a hearing energize about what they believe and what they on both sides because I do I I'm glad hold it's kind of been broken right of how supposed to be and how things are done right right let's not be upbeat the whole Time magazine and that I would say that obviously the the media in the political divide that we have right now that's tough especially when you know when you my friends my family they know who I am my Dr but when you have somebody who is so entrenched in their own beliefs and in on the other side that just fundamentally does not agree with you well they paint you as villain and that happens to the president that happens to I mean we saw it on to the ice official shows the border officials like when you're so passionate about something it's tough when people are just they're trying to create somebody that you're not right so would you say that your coverage is primarily positive or no my coverage is positive there are people out there that cannot put poly the week but but we need again go back to what makes people who they are so much more complex than just political party and people should not lose friends again over politics I have friends who are on the way other side but they're supporting me because they know why and they love me for who I am and and that's I think how we need to approach these things at the end of the day all people are human and and we're so much more of course you can hate the ideology I could I could hate socialism by I'm never going to hate a person yeah I agree and and so it's been it's just the the other side that interesting yeah okay also going after other people in the same movement that they're all supposed to believe in that's interesting to me so again and I really kind of want like like like what's the what's the step from you feel like you're supposed to run you're supposed to do this how do you do it number one I believe in yourself I mean that's what takes takes a fire in the belly it takes the passion to want to do it because it is a tough job I mean it's long hours it's does take a lot of personal sacrifice number one but if you have the fire in the belly to do it I think it comes easier so that's number one number two building out and credible support system making sure everybody's on board because when those days are tough you want to have some sort of a place to go and people to trust and people who will be there team you get your capital you start running lean you recognize the the challenge is out there and what's going to what.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

16:59 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Though so does that really count data on the south for six years now south the sisters from Puerto Rico when I lived in New York no no not really no the Irish or German or something I mean it is definite I mean my name is Graham Allen it doesn't get much wider than that I thought you were British up I yeah I guess my first name Robert I white names that's pretty bad it anytime can you tell them make a reservation somewhere they always flip my name's around because Graham could be a last name Allen could be last or bars and so it always up anyway but back to you guys wow all right so are you more of a football person or more of a baseball person what is Catalina liked to do other run for Congress yeah I like Football Baseball I like football so what's your team are you a are you a pro football are you a college football no right so obviously embarrassed girl but packer but packers are pretty good and I'm GonNa make a lot of people mad the districts were right on the border Wisconsin okay backwards so yeah yeah that's that's that's how it is we're from so we're from Mississippi there's no protein and Mississippi and we live right on the Mississippi Alabama line so it's half divided Mississippi the state of Alabama fans so I'm an Alabama Fan Eliza went to Mississippi state but also got her better degree from Alabama it would not have a Master's program well that's because they're the only way to now clarify defy I had to go there right so so we've always had this debate what the pro or the college and we of course go college because college it can be fourth quarter and you'd be down three touchdowns that game ain't over at college ain't over your down ten or more points in the fourth in the pros yeah this is it's why do you even watch the fourth quarter ninety five percent of the time in the NFL whereas college man you can watch it up one second left literally Auburn Alabama with one second low kick six as house helps if you go to a fund school though to Miami of Ohio aim high on it was you got to pick the right slow Saturday on those days Elissa looks like she's dying saying well you said you had some stuff you aren't sure you've got your phone up and you looked at me I was like Oh you must be ready I was just GonNa Smiley mood today there's another show whatever I do have fun when though so I like to do crazy stories already further yeah Pennsylvania homemaker it was guide finds naked milk drinker singing in his kitchen authorities say picture this three a m you hear a noise you go into your kitchen it is a man naked drink and Melcan singing what do you do shoot him on actually hit back away slowly and make any sudden movements he was prepared he called hardee's and obviously he was very high on something and they said he was very confused he was a gentle guy apparently confused as why wasn't I guess his house and he thought it was his kitchen and he was just thinking happily at three am else's house how do you find these things on all right so that speaking of guns let's go ahead and let's jump let's jump into this you run as a Republican here so second amend it sure what are your thoughts on that I there's nothing to debate there right all right so so do you shoot Absolutely yeah I grew up shooting guns let's put this myth aside because I remember and I lived in Chicago because I was born and raised Mississippi and obviously if you are not in the south then everyone else does not live like you as far as country and Farm Lemme think Illinois Chicago Oh it's all city people right so for those of you who he's there yeah well I think you don't have farmlands I mean most of Illinois though except for Chicago normally not there anyway the right aside no I mean we're we're all field cornfields in obviously the city is so in its own little we'll fiefdom but I mean it's so peaceful out where I live it's just all prairie and there's plenty of areas to shoot in I that's one of my favorite parts about being back home now to just having that and do so so what are the forgive me I mean I'm not a resident of Illinois what are the I mean I know Illinois's got some of the strictest gun laws around so I mean what's it how difficult is it to obtain a firearm and shoot a firearm Illinois it's pretty tough so Chicago obviously has its their own kind of process about you need forward card and all that and obviously it's kind of getting scary of what the current culture current debate is right now and it it shouldn't be that way I mean it's our right and we need to ensure that we're protecting that so how different is it like I know here in the South Yeah and in Mississippi like you don't even have to have a permit of any kind like to to have a gun in your home or in your car because your car is considered an extension of your home yeah so you don't have to have like I mean obviously got to go through a background check to obtain the firearm but as far as like a license or any kind of classroom you don't have to do that in the south or at least in Mississippi anyway yeah very strict would that get you arrested in Illinois Oh my God yeah carry gotTa have it all interesting interesting in places that there's more violent crime yeah usually where that has crazy how that seems to correlate together like that all right let's see here what are some other y'all have sweet tea where you live what are you seeing David Annoy are you looking at me like I'm done why why are you hold on wait a minute are you are you kidding okay sweet tea friend Oh sweet now sugar and you have to start in its growth now cop Hitler did anything that's the first thing he did was removed sweet tea out of the I'm just telling you that everyone sweetened tea like you take it out of the sweet yeah TNN unsweetened for me okay all right well that's that's just two x number two of I'm not looking to move down here so okay so in the cold weather let's do some language differences all right the last meal of the day what do you call it your dinner okay all right good that's what I call it it's not supper for aw I gotTa do Hashtag Dear America for that cash tag dear America is at dinner or Sepoy Leper I will between lunch and supper the fasting I will debate right now wins the first time you ever saw a supper menu never never just aren't right it's supper dinner okay go ahead also called the in you push at a grocery store shopping quarter open car buggy heard in nineteen fifties Lingo Oh okay okay all right surge this is fine okay what do you call a carbonated beverage pop pop it's a coke organ then my sister causes soda sold Minnesota Minnesota it represents all of it but that's stupid that's not what would you like to drink a coke here's Dr Pepper how we explain to you the southern tradition all right the southern traditions. Hey Man I'm going to get caught what do you want Yeah Grammy Mountain Dew clammed just like that okay I wanna coke what kind of a coke for a coke refuse is to say it just sounds I wanna Paul Soda Pop Warner Sodas Worse like pop is better soda right disorder where no I'm not done we are we are breaking down barriers about anything road outside of the highway so like riding alongside the highway it's a row shoulder no like when you're on the highway there's another road over there that's like we call it Outer Belt Road Utterly Says Outer Belt Road are let's say frontage roads okay out I I got one if you are addressing a group of people you say hey folks not not y'all old show you all you got everybody everybody I wish I could say y'all I think you should do Hey y'all as I say southern people are the most persistent people in the world when it comes to words okay because we make up words and people will tell us that's not a real word yeah so we keeps saying it for so many years eventually they put it in the Dick's ain't is our biggest accomplishment Sir caddy this is in the dictionary to want to see they use are so much cooler we are caddy Walvis won't do you know what uh-huh yeah of course of course says Crooked Creek will rise anyway all right okay that was fun yeah why go well I just had a couple of questions trump yeah so trump just announced that he wants to build four hundred and fifty miles of the wall I guess the election in two thousand twenty he hasn't built much you wall like he's fixed a lot of existing wall what do you think if he doesn't build the wall like that promise of four hundred and fifty miles you think that's going to hurt his chances at twenty twenty 'cause build the wall was like his main thing when he was running you know to get elected a lot of people are kind of said I'm kind of upset at the progress of the wall it's not entirely his fault but do you think that'll affect his chances if if he tells us he's going to build four hundred fifty miles and then doesn't I think the fact that there's so much gridlock in Congress that Democrats refused to understand that there so much hemorrhaging happening right now the border and so my mom came here legally back in the eighties and in order for US to actually even think about immigration reform we need to we need to put up a wall I mean the country without borders is not a country and so I think I think the fact that he is pushing so hard to do it and there is intent there that he really wants to is in offer to show the people that we're going to get done we just need to stop this ridiculousness happening in Congress it is hard too because I mean can he came he has gridlocks I mean they just released another he didn't have the House and the Senate though he got over one billion at first and then they just released another two or something for construction the wall so I mean it is going up I I will say if I can be true devil's advocate here that tails persistently still growing in ragging a single portion of wall starting to go up then yeah I think he'd be in trouble I tell you where trump needs knockoffs of going into the election has anything to do with the second amendment he just needs to leave it alone he doesn't even need to remotely even have any kind of conversation nations about it because the Second Amendment is I mean you saw this Dan Crenshaw you're talking about Conservatives and Republicans you want to talk about a non discussion topic yeah don't even don't even mention anything accepts to a is the greatest thing ever yeah they they just don't ninety percent of his staunch supporters of the second amendment in their single issue voters based on amendment anymore how do you feel about my guns I mean you know but there's a lot of people in America that are like that I like what you said earlier that the vast majority of Americans don't care ninety percent about what's being talked on the news they care about their hears about that they care about five six things they care about their faith money their healthcare their firearms their family and I don't know in the military probably about it for the vast majority of America which actually is a lot I mean everyday working people that's a lot of things care about you want to be I mean literally go it is won't go so the fact that our rights are just such a fundamental piece of who how what makes this country great whenever there's any sort of conversation of any chipping away any of that people then start to wake up and then they start following the news they start oh wait hold on what's going on here and unless you actually like you said get into their ten percent majority of Americans are just kind of I dunno just into their own world I mean we've so many think about life in general like the sword right with so many so many things that are that everyday life is about in the stresses at and that's why heat so much about what happens right now in the news that people aren't even listening to each other they're they're allowing politics to take over what makes us human and what and what builds connections with people and that's just that's not the way our country should be right you should care and you should you should go you should have a say in every day and what's happening with your in your political and the policy world but this this constant yelling in this this negativity that surround as politics is so bad a lot of that's because of identity politics they were so polarized right now but Like Ellen did generously other day just because she was sitting next to George Bush it's like oh my gosh attackers he's a betrayer of gay people yeah you have to fit in your camps and like I was going to ask you about what the minority vote do you think they're starting to wake up to identity politics like with things like brexit candice owns I think because it's so over used by the left's narrative they're trying to create this narrative that doesn't exist right and just to give you an example I actually came into the the the.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

15:19 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"What's going on in America I am Graham Allen and welcome to the newest episode of the Dear America podcast Congress hopeful target pro is completely safe comes your caliber specific bullet and target system right now get ten percent off plus free shipping with the offer Code Graham trained risk free for thirty today's return it if not completely satisfied but before you do go to the range and experience the difference take it from me dry fire training will develop muscle memory with target reaction speed sight alignment trigger function and more plus you'll save a ton of money on 'em oh go to target pro dot com that's the I target pro dot com offer code Graham so let's get to know you a little bit better for the audience here okay so you're from Illinois Oy Yup right so Yankee at the end of the day as we call down here in the south shake it so but her because he's from his zero use knowledge that Missouri is a Southern State Refuse Refuse and gentlemen so mad at me Civil.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"What he does do agree that a new wave I have never seen a mantis seventy percent like legs and hips let me just anyway but that's and that was the original intent of what our founding fathers wanted right and I just love the USA public servants like no one views that at that way anymore feels like exactly and people like look you're so young why do you want to sit this one out and all that it's like Evan Illinois is everyone who doesn't live in Illinois you hear Neil Annoy go Chicago yeah I mean I mean and that's it so went four points for trump in two thousand sixteen the majority of the district is comprised of small business part partially agricultural area. that is a huge part of my passion to is that I want to preserve what we haven- and represent the people who I grew up with and the community that I was is brought born and bred in they will issue the majority of districts WanNa talk and people are so out of touch right now representative some of them in office where they think that this political and DC whatever the the sound bites are happening from a political perspective are what matters but it's not terrible I mean I think I think it's very safety sponsor self defense is your God given right period but is your responsibility to practice which is why I want you to go to your computer right now and get an it it pro system this is the first dry fire training system to combine smartphone technology.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Ends but we're not going to get involved in politics even with that the problem I have with the NBA and the way they handled it and multiple owners is they didn't do that they actually defended China like it was this wonderful place that degrade dismissed there's story on on the blaze about Espn Not really talking about the Chinese. I don't mind that I want to PM for sports I don't want to talking about Colin Kaepernick I don't care if they don't talk what China's actually Disneyland that's where I have the issue back a minute although they are not going to talk about political specifics. Hong Kong don't then and get ten percent off of your purchase there's there's chat prater you're GonNa actually get a swimsuit then has my face on it this year is very it's white which is provocative oh it is quite pushing the envelope it's all the dude up next enjoy bonus overtime content from the news and why it matters available exclusive podcast listeners and blaze TV subscribers not a subscriber start your free trial it blaze TV DOT com UPDATES on the impeachment inquiry oh a couple of different things It has now been discovered that the whistle blower had a perfect national tie to one of the Democratic presidential candidates of course I don't think that we had heard before that it was like a professional tie today although again I still kind of want to know what it is they went to Kinkos wants together I it's it's supposed to be a CIA I'm very confused sits is supposed to be a someone in the right yeah so what kind of professional ties would they have to one of the candidates right Consultant or something I mean that's kind of what you get out of professional tie but I now I don't know I feel like we have to answer questions also create Z. coincidence that Nancy Pelosi's son has business connections with Ukraine four sons now that are out there and I can't remember yeah there's good business over in Ukraine if you don't know you don't have to know anything about the gas industry APP all very lucrative I'm I'm getting I'm getting resume of non experienced together not tied anybody professional Well Donald Trump has responded to Nancy Pelosi the in a letter about the impeachment inquiry he said they are not going to cooperate the inquiry is constitutionally invalid and a violation of due process and in the nation of our in the history of our nation the House of Representatives has never attempted to launch an impeachment inquiry against the president without a majority of the house taking political accountability for that decision by voting to authorize such a dramatic constitutional step he said given that your inquiry lacks any legitimate constitutional foundation and the executive branch cannot be expected to participate in it Catalina Jr you sure you want to go out there are you sure you want to go to the swamp and have to deal with this crap he you know I think when I when I think about my district right and in the constituents people are not it's not there everyday topics they're concerned about right I mean they look at just what is going on and it's just let's talk about kitchen table issues right and I'm glad that president trump is pushing back wow and actually defending himself against Pelosi and the rest of the the the people who are trying to push this because at some point this has to end let's go back to actually what matters what the administration is doing in a positive way and how we're going to continue the successes of the greatest economy and moving into two thousand twenty let's just go in with with what matters right now does he have a point well it's I don't this one's really like messy I think both sides are sort of lying on this one they're both kind of fudging in a little bit so first of all Johnson was impeached back in the day and he did not have a vote to to get the inquiry started they actually impeached him before they even came up with articles of impeachment which is a weird that went backwards all of it however the the the modern tradition is very clearly you have a vote beforehand The Democrats are trying to say well now the committees have the power to be able to do this without a vote which seems to be maybe technically true but you know it's really just a way to avoid for example let's say Illinois for Fourteenth District if you had they democrat there that maybe didn't want to put their name on this because they might lose to a Republican in a Republican district clears them of any responsibility they don't have to say yes I voted for Donald Trump said current representative and the fourteenth has already come out and talked about impeachment I mean I came in right when she called for it and so I if there's one thing to show a hand and vote but it's also the fact we know where everybody stands on this on the Democrat in there already they've already kind of destroyed themselves a lot of way in looking districts I don't think there's any Democrat has stood up and said no with these Tulsi Gabbard Tulsi Gabbard is the only one I've heard that I said no it's not didn't go well for her no I go we're going to stop it I ki- it together and I have a guy the furniture together everything what you come to a show like so twenty twenty let's Talk Twenty Twenty Bernie has now come out and said even though he's had his Ooh Yeah I need to let him know that this is an e you know look I don't I don't think he can do this I mean I it's sad and I think and I think it but it was such a such a proud moment I think in modern day politics when people actually did reach out and on the other side of the island look I'm so sorry this happened and really have sympathy for somebody going through that and so I think we need to focus on on taking the politics aside and recognize xenia everybody at the end of the day is human and I especially when the conversation is so divisive I thought it was it was great that people were you know obviously.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"To be encouraging to women to say if something like this happens to you you need to go to legal authorities as fast as possible here all these terrible stories of women who say well like this happened to me but I was embarrassed and I thought everyone would would would blame me and you know if we could get people to believe that that wouldn't happen that would be a good outcome here because there's just no way for a book or an op Ed column to mm to justice in these situations it's possible we have a legal system because we need one to be able to go back and forth and see real accusations and and real evidence unreal crimes and I don't I don't know how you like things like how does someone in how how normal people who want to give assist to a woman who was potentially raped here like we all do everybody here does everybody in the audience wants to give justice to her if this if this happened however how can we possibly do justice to her when we can't look at evidence we can't do anything the legal system is therefore a reason you're asking us to say to believe your story which may very well be true we're asking us to believe the story when we have no other evidence and the only evidence we do have is your admission that you went back to him afterwards and had consensual sex like that sounds bonkers to me as as an action after he were raped by a person so I mean I you know if it did happen and it could have happened I mean that doesn't mean it didn't occur but we have to be able to have actual evidence in a legal proceeding not only to give her justice but also to give him he's a US citizen he gets the same protections under institution even if he's a dirt bag all right back in a minute assets to go to the dentist before we get back into the conversation we want to thank our sponsor candid candid company you know it's it's already October so believe it or not the holidays are right around the corner and I know there are probably a lot of you out there who maybe 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commissioner somehow defended Daryl Morey Houston rockets barely I still don't see his ribs treatment really didn't seem to defend him though his his his spoken word statement was a little bit more aggressive saying look you know people have to be able to have their own opinions which is fine I don't think that's I think that's an appropriate thing when wants to stand up for communist China you can stand up for communist China made it sound like he was like listen we have a first amendment here and we ever went allowed to sit whatever they want China's a little sensitive really her so China has they stopped showing the NBA preseason in games will now last night there was a husband and a wife holding free Hong Kong signs at a preseason and be game in Philadelphia and they were kicked out of the stadium we have a clip here let's watch it six the judge said he's six who's kind of which you find incredible guy works out this is this is not this is not happening in Beijing happening Philadelphia here the seventy sixers first of all right down the street from the Liberty Bill Ball teams the seventy sixers so apparently they had their pro Hong Kong signs confiscated by NBA employees they were escort out of the entire facility and they just said the apparently the people who escorted the husband and wife outside don't give don't give me a hard time come on move along nothing to see here incredible really incredible as you point out Philadelphia this is where the Constitution the Constitution Centre is in Philadelphia the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia I capital like this is this is you know should not be a place where it's controversial to stand up for democracy you know the that you can't bring there there's no rule in the NBA by the way for fans to not be able to bring political signs or make political statements you know they could make the case I guess that they were playing a Chinese team So there was the thought of like are they don't know I I guess they're they're excuses they were harassing the team or something but aren't the doesn't seem like they did anything disrespect any member of the team some somehow a government official of China complaining about the NBA knows it they're making it trying to broaden it to all people in China to make it look like their position is moderately defensible which it is not but it it's I mean the fact that this is happening in Philadelphia is amazing and the power that China has over the NBA in so many aspects of our economy scary weird Chad because there are you know for all of the social justice warriors who come out and talk about how terrible capitalism is completely silent on the NBA's relationship with China right that would be a really great hello it's all of us capitalists here saying hey guys you kinda gotTa pump the brakes maybe put human rights abuses over money those people are okay so if you want to look at capitalism in its true form in terms of professional sports the NBA is the most expensive thing that's out there I mean you try to go to an NBA game they're the most ticket that's out there it's absolutely ridiculous try to buy one of those jerseys it's absolutely ludicrous how expensive these things are so it's all money money money money money money now and you take China China's go of course they're going to air the games and stuff China's big market for the NBA so again now you've gotten to the point where they've even issued a state I'm an ESPN has come out and said that are broadcasters aren't allowed to even talk about the Chinese government while discussing the Chinese government so it just shows you right there when you start pulling the as per strings and start pulling it back that's the whole issue that will that will we've got an look your social justice center out there you should be I mean if anything if you are about social justice you should be for oppressed people and the people of Hong Kong are having their rights stripped away from them they've been in the streets for months now I mean go back and you see what these folks have dealt with and how it is increasingly getting more and more violent and we're talking about the issue of basketball game here someone can't even come out there and see a free H K benign is that is it's not an an up yours go to kiss miser f the NBA's it's none of that it's just free eight okay free Hong Kong and I you know of course in typical Asian fashion they're wearing their h ninety mass they don't WanNa breath any of the NBA air there so that's that's great they're in this kid in the head man I don't know what's going on with a little Greta Tune Berg right there in black Hamburg he'd been it's just so like unnecessary right I mean to ask escort them out and make this whole thing about it I mean the fact that now dominating the the the news and and it's a contentious controversial topic now it's like let's go back to the facts right let's go back to actually what's happening and let's go back to what matters Yeah I mean the the idea that they had to make spectacle about this whole situation I think is just ridiculous why do you think it is that the average American just I feel like there's a disconnect between the average American and what is actually taking place in Hong Kong it's like nobody knows the history nobody stands what's going on is that the media I mean are we just think I think number one right there so there's so much happening right now on our in our own country and so much on a national to when we're talking about culture and also on the policies right I mean we have a president who is the house trying to impeach him like this that's unbelievable the fact that this is a conversation that's happening from a national perspective I think it's really tough for every day Americans to then go a step further and then also look at what's going on globally yeah Chad this is ruined every we do you know the Chinese look look folks trying to take a Bible to China pack pack some Bible if you don't if you don't understand what's going on over here get your suitcase pack you some don't try to do you read about it in fly on an airplane to China and when they when you go through their customs and they and I want you to see what's going to happen to you you're going to be arrested because this this is what we're talking about talk about stripping free speech when you talk about talk about stripping rights when that's why right now we're seeing a greater show of patriotism amongst protesters in Hong Kong than we are tree right now in the nation that's burned flags these people are holding them up and saying hey you know we the people there they're wanting they're wanting in their own country what we have in.

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"catalina lauf" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"catalina lauf" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Today on the news and why it matters Matt Lauer Hits Back Against Rape allegations also is Hillary running again all her latest video is making people wonder got a lot coming up and it starts right now and sporting his snazzy blaze media jacket yes you should wear blaze media stuff and I'm like okay this is the only thing that's jacket so it's only been warm enough to be in this room with yeah I'm really jealous I need to get me media jacket so that I can make an excuse for wearing attracted on that we have a new to the show awful is here to give you a liberal perspective on everything that we're GonNa talk about because you guys are still on the right I have trump derangement people have no idea who I am the he's not wearing a hat today we were like how are people going to know who he is he's wearing a hat Chad pray they're back in studio and but for real new to the program we have Catalino Law did I say that she is running for a Congress Illinois Fourteenth District Fourteenth District and you're being portrayed as the anti-ec that's right how accurate it's accurate it's I'm anti socialism right okay okay good and if you are elected you will actually beat her record of being the youngest congresswoman yes wow wow that's awesome well we are happy to have you we've got a lot to get into but first we want to thank our sponsor a relief factor so apparently there is what two thirds of Americans who just Walk Around in constant pain and think that that's just going to be life forever number going to change it's really sad really depressing statistic is that you I gotta I gotTa give testimony to the relief factor because you know how to deal with the Gal in my ankle inflammation and stuff like that and I have not had a problem in a month with really I gotta give a lot of credit awards do with relief factor it's worked for so many of us here at the studio it's worked for me with my back problems from the car accident it works for Glenn who was in severe pain Jason Bilateral was in the military and so you know his knees don't work like they used to anymore it's working for him as well it's one hundred percent drug free and like Chad said it targets the inflammation in your body which oftentimes like Oh crap that was the root cause of my pain I didn't realize that so you can try the three week quick start pack seventy percent of the people who try that go on to keep ordering it it's working for that many people it can work for you it's nineteen ninety-five worth the money I would say to to see if you can get out of pain because if you do it is life changing you can go to relief factor dot com get that quick start pack that as relief factor dot com so I wanna talk about Matt Lauer. I know it'd be very careful how we how we discussed this because it is obvious that these allegations they are unproven we don't know what the real story is so let's talk about just kind of how this has transpired so Ronan Farrow is he has a book coming out called catch and kill in which he talks about this woman that alleged that Matt Lauer raped her she was anonymous she is not she has come out and so her name is Brooke Nevels and so broke novels apparently has allege that Matt Lauer Chad Matt Lauer Tad her in his hotel room in Russia during the Olympics brought her in so here's a rapist a strong word let's just go out before we discussed this rape is a strong word is indeed rape okay so there in Russia and apparently he invited her to his hotel room because he had her press credentials okay so she came to press credentials apparently well hold on she got her press credentials then left lifts and she invited he invited her back the accusation is that he got physical prester up against the wall threw her down on the bed then ask her if certain acts could be performed on her ask them she liked these certain types of things are allegation is rape and apparently when they came back to New York may have another episode of so-called consensual sex at least by lowers definition of this thing so there are a lot on her on the follow born she's saying it was consensual to right right okay so that's why I'm saying this accusation of rape and I understand we live in the age of the you too movement when you start diminishing certain words whether it's racism rape all of these things they start losing their meanings for true victims this is one of those things where while I think that Matt Lauer it's garbage and and based on the accusations we've heard in the past I mean the guy is is really a trashy human being I have a hard time with a lot of the narrative this being promoted on this thing Matt Lauer hit back pretty hard on this thing and I almost kind of go a while he is admitting his own guilt in certain things sort of agree with him this it is it is interesting Catalina because she does now she says that she told him no but her I read listen for saying that it was nonconsensual was because she had had too much to drink she said it was nonconsensual in the sense that I had had too much to drink uh-huh is that trouble you at all I think honestly there there's only one truth there and there are only two people involved in that and I think when we start trying to to not look at the facts of what actually happened we get into a spot like Chad saying where people might be accused something that they haven't done or and if in fact things weren't as they a- she claims it it were to be all that's a huge issue because you are diminishing the what the what actually happened if it did or did not so I think it means we need to look at the whole story there and I mean if he's fighting back and saying that it didn't happen look at the bright cavanaugh situation right so we need to look at the whole story yeah I mean look they're both accusing each other so there's at least one false accusations somewhere I know that you know look I I'm with you I don't think that lowers I by any means I mean he basically admits he's a good guy though he doesn't admit to this particular crime you know it is we have to be very careful right there's there's the presumption of innocence here Ronan Farrow makes a there's a lot allegations in this book probably the most the You have these situations that there's two people in a room I and we don't know what happened and it's very difficult for any of us to understand the dynamics there and that's for this way we have legal system right I take taking out of that part of this accusation Pharaoh basically says the reason why NBC killed the Harvey Weinstein Story is so they could hide the lower story and I mean that is a massive development I mean if he has legitimate evidence of that that is a a nuclear bomb on NBC news if they killed the Weinstein story so they could protect their own talent who they also understood had massive allegations against him at that time that's way beyond journalistic malpractice that's a huge problem I think you tweeted something last week about the Chinese lady who came out against Army Will Harvey Weinstein and there was an op-ed opinion piece on her experiences and and how she had a nondisclosure agreement guy like two hundred twenty thousand dollars and you made a great point you said if this is news and you have facts on this thing then reported as news yeah this is a really really scary thing that's going on and look I think Harvey Weinstein is beyond trash and hope he goes to prison for the rest of his life that being said if you're the New York Times and you have the resources of the year times Doodoo news coverage releasing a major accusation of a crime as an op Ed column is completely inappropriate it is insane right Eh anybody can make an accusation and call them what the New York Times when they have no evidence of it well it was just an opinion column that's crazy it's it's one step it's a glorified dear diary as a blog post is what it is I mean that's that's completely unacceptable for an organization like The New York Times to do I mean I think it would be wrong for this just we like going on twitter and just putting that stuff out there irresponsible for the New York Times to give it the credibility of their paper whatever that credibility is is is beyond crazy right like the someone accusing someone else of a crime then you cover what you can go in the news can go and pick it apart and ask questions and look for evidence and that's how you you cover a news story you don't just take one side's allegations and just print it without any question that's that's not how journalism is done so Matt Lauer her Apparently called the mentioned this trod he responded he called the allegations outrageous categorically false insisted that his previous years of silence have been mistake no he says I ended the affair poorly I simply stopped communicating with her and Brooke continued to reach out obviously nobody knows what happened but circumstances seems like there would be fine exactly that's what I'm saying so you yeah we could fight if he wanted to vindicate himself seems like he probably could do that so obviously we don't have the facts it would be a really really interesting way of dealing with things if you really were guilty to come out that strongly against her and then make the point that within a year of claiming that he sexually assaulted her she was out trying to sell a book about the Affair Matt Lauer was the one who said that so we'll be very interesting to see but catalina I feel like it's a sad state of affairs that the metoo movement has kind of let us to now instead of trying to we have to believe all women who have to believe all women it seems like the public has kind of shifted and said okay you know what I am I'm immediately cautious of any sort of allegation because we've had too many and a lot of them have not ended up meeting the criteria standard of actual sexual assault absolutely I think as women right it's it's very tough because he want to believe and you want to support and if something horrific did happen and then you you obviously want to understand that but again when it is diminished or facts aren't there wall who is championing the per- the man that might have not done it and again it's a really scary time when we're not looking at them full facts and we're just blaming and we're not looking at it from a legal perspective and an innocent until proven guilty and that's we need to change that the narrative yeah one of the big things that would be great that if it came from the metoo movement was.

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