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Episode 207 - Special Guest Charlie Cook

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Episode 207 - Special Guest Charlie Cook

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Those guys are pretty intellectual simulating strap in listen. Hey midnight nation hanging out with us tonight. We've got youtuber to a advocates speaker. Host and creator of riding shotgun with charlie and gun grams also worth mentioning blogger of the year twenty nineteen and a gun rights policy conference hosted by the second amendment foundation and he did so without writing a single word. Charlie cook. everybody will help us. Welcome charlie charlie. Thanks for hanging out on this. And i'm a man. I am living the dream man. Thank you guys so much for. Having me on dr are good. I can't. I can't believe i'm off this late. Well we didn't call it. The noon patriots is to midnight patriots. We could've said hi new dangers. There would have been like a cowboy. Exactly i gotta ask. I gotta ask blogger of the year. Two thousand nine hundred and you did that without writing a word. There's a story behind that. Fill a son. That's a good one all right. The quick story is i've been doing riding shotgun for a few years interviewing people in my cars. We drive around the country and putting it on youtube. I met the gun rights policy conference in phoenix in september of two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and they have at lunchtime. They have the lunchtime awards. And i see my friends going up for stuff and a couple of years before that. I was actually the defender of liberty. I got the defender of liberty award which was cool. But they're not really paying any attention and alan gottlieb's up there and he's like the blog this special award. It's the blogger of the year. It's named after someone who use to write for us. It's really means a lot to us. And he says social media and the way media's changing things are different all the time so this year our blogger of the year makes videos a blogger of the year. Is charlie from riding shotgun with charlie. And i'm like oh my god they just said my name. What do i have to do. I like our my car lights on off the engine running. What happened so i went up and accepted this award and it was tickled and i ran around for the next day and a half. I'm like blogger of the year. Didn't write a word. who else does this like. I said it's that's that's a worthy award that you almost have to understand. That's pretty much the same. As barack obama's nobel were a man to do that the man but that was just when you told me you didn't write a word. I'm like boy so riding shotgun with charlie. I gotta tell you man. I checked out some of your stuff on youtube. That's the name of your youtube channel. Read that anti gun grams right. I'm a little bit of a junkie. I got a couple of youtube channels. Nice nice so. I gotta ask him. What was the overall inspiration for writing. Shock charlie what was. I had my aha moment. That the create this podcast. What was yours is a. Hey i should do this. So the background is. I do one of his things in the world i have. I started doing toastmasters in late. Two thousand thirteen. It's just place to go work on your speaking public speaking skills and lawrence and leader sure. I was working on this manual. That's called communicating on video. And what we do is we had to be interviewed in a radio or talk show setting for five five seven minutes and we had to interview someone in a talk show setting and then we had to do a press conference and we had to do a three minute editorial and then make video so i interviewed this this bellicose master and i honestly i did it on my iphone. Four and my daughter's pa pad pond game one of the little ones right. Be old whatever before they were. Iphones ipads i. It was an ipod. Did trivial what it was imported. Oh this video. And i started to edit it on my phone and i'm like that's what's interesting and i put it on youtube and had some friends watch it and it was cool but i decided with i was sitting talked with some of my toast master friends and i wanted to get into podcasting and i wasn't sure how to do it so i'm like you know what i've had to make some videos. I'm going to interview people in my car. I'd watched carpool karaoke. And this chubby guy that speaks english tongue hanging out with rockstars. What i'm chubby guy. And i speak english you. I'm pretty. i said. I'm going to do something like this and talk to gun guys so i decided to call it riding. Shotgun riding shotgun was taken. So i decided to call it writing shock and with charlie because my my mentors lake you got to incorporate your name and get the brand out brando exactly and so that was what it was. I interviewed a gentleman. Who's this is a crazy story. His wife is shoes to hang out she. I used to hang out in the clique of friends back in an hour south of chicago back in nineteen ninety four back in the nineteen hundreds and we part away. She went on with her life. I went on with my life and reconnected with her on facebook. And i find out that i get into being a gun guide an instructor and everything and found her husband was a gun guy. Yeah and then. I find out that. His story ended up in a book called lessons from unarmed america. That's written by. Rob pincus mark walters and what happened to her husband is. He was robbed at gunpoint in their garage taught. Yeah and it was crazy. It was completely crazy thing really was but he didn't have a gun on a gun guy didn't have a gun and he was able to. He escaped they. Did catch one of the guys. They didn't catch the guy that had the gun. But anyway so i decided i i can. I can interview him instead of my local gun. Instructors and some musicians and friends. And i'm going to minneapolis and interview. Somebody sure and and his name is lee and lisa to me. Hey if you come this weekend. It's the minnesota state fair and mark walters from armed american. Radio is going to be coming up. And maybe you could have him on the show. I'm like cool very so. I had mark on the show. I picked him up at the hotel. Like drove into the minnesota state. Fair interviewed him while we were driving and he had me on his radio. Show that night and called me the next day and he's hey man that was really cool. I'd like to help you out with this. And i'm like i don't really know what that means but okay okay. And so he called me two days later. He says listen. Do you want to come down to tampa and speak at the gun rights policy conference. We're gonna put you on the panel of people that use new media to promote gun rights. And i'm like yeah. I'm in so i went to this. The only person i knew was mark. Walters and john lott was there for more guns less crime asada. You was there like all of these big name gun folks were there and i'm like hi. I've got a show where i hadn't hadn't even put any videos out yet. I'm just trying to build up some some interviews. So i said people drive around and i call it shock on the charlie and i make videos playing trumping shooting a gun at the same time. And they're like holy crap we wanted to have you on our show and it was. That was it. It happened that quickly easily but it happened that fast and three months later i was emceeing a concealed carry. Fashion show with amanda suffolk cool. Who i think you've had on the show and going to the show. Thanks man to love you. She's awesome she is. I'm hanging out with all the cool people in the gun community. And i'm getting them in the car and driving them around speaking of the gun rights policy conference and learning how to edit video. This is horrible. I didn't go to college for media or writing or video or anything. Anything close to that. So i had to learn how to edit the video and i felt very much like a terrorist because i just wanted to know three how to do three things you know what i mean like all. I wanted to fly the plane. I want to know how to land in. I just need to know how. I can put my videos together. How i can have the audio and the video sync up on. I can bounce back and forth in one camera to the next watcher man. Some youtube class or a class or something and lo and behold editing videos. You're doing you're doing it. I know the feeling feeling so currently. You're you actually speak at the. What was the name of the conference. Again i'm sorry it's the gun right. Policy conference gun rights polish gutter. Sorry i drew complaint there so obviously that's a weekend gig for you and you line of your interviews when you go there. Have you caught any backlash in your personal life for your supporting the second amendment and our listeners and i personally have but if you feel comfortable we'd love to hear that story too so i i went to the berklee college of music and i wanted to be a rockstar shelby. Boys that kids to play the trombone. Don't get to be rockstars. Usually not right. They say those for been good looking guys who play the guitar so i ended up being a music teacher. I spent ten years playing in a motown disco funk band. In boston i lived. I've played with another band on the road and we ended up moving to nashville for about six months and stuff for the last eighteen years or so. I've been teaching and now violin in a number of catholic schools in central massachusetts. And i go. I love my job. Because i go when i teach band and i leave. I don't have to hang out with the teachers. I don't really socialize too much. Some of the principals and some of the secretaries that i talk with they. They know what i do but it doesn't. Intern doesn't necessarily interfere with school stuff. And i'm not preaching gun stuff to the kids. I had a chill. So it's funny to hear this incident where i at the gun rights policy conference in chicago years ago and amanda and her brother rob. The three of us went down to this range. That's an hour south of chicago and honestly it's about ten minutes from where i grew up and i did a gun. Graham of right said fred's. I'm too sexy nights and like yeah. I'm too sexy for my glock. It was filmed by it was filmed by vice news. Which is part of. Hbo and i was at school. I was at school. I i did a there was an earlier in the summer. There was an article on. What are the toastmasters groups. I was with and somebody bought. My story was interesting so she wanted to do a whole story on me. I go into this thing with this story. And i don't really think anything of it. The article comes out in october of that year. And i went into one of my schools. There's spread from the business section of the local newspaper. That's got a big picture. Me and i got a button down shirt and sports suit jacket on talking to some people and i went in and and the schools the secretaries. Like oh my god charlie. You're famous and i'm like i've been telling you i've make videos playing the trumpet and shooting a gun. People watch these all over the world. I spoke on the supreme court. Steps at heller ten. I what did i do to make me famous. She's you're in the telegram on the newspaper. That's what made me famous. So it's evidently a sliding scale. So like i was doing about this and about an hour later i went back and i said hey listen i just found out that i'm going to be on a video that's going to be on. Hbo vice news and she's okay. And i'm like okay. You know what never mind. Forget the third for three or four years. I'm like oh i'm driving. I'm going to las vegas. And i'm gonna interview some people do some people in chicago and and she's oh really. Oh sure oh of course yeah. Of course there's people in china that watch my video for all right. whatever. And now i'm really get to be. Famous comes in the local paper. That's obviously the judge is the local paper because who's hbo distribution and their multibillion dollar multi national by cbs. No nobody knows anything about you. Know what. I had another one sure. Yeah in two thousand sixteen. I had a gun. Grim the second amendment foundation put the addams family on their facebook page and it was the first video i had that had a million views excellent. Yeah and you know it's so cool and again. What am i toast masters she. She said she had a hard time sleeping. And she woke up in the middle of the night and put the television on and she was in the remote going through the channels and she saw me on comedy central. Scoreline on. what are you talking about. She's like yeah some weird game show with some comedians. And they had you do in the addams family and then you were doing the mario theme and yeah and i'm like this is. I don't know anything about this. This is ridiculous. So i look it up and lo and behold chris i guess chris hardwick he's been on a bunch of stuff and comedian and he was emceeing this little game show host and game show and i was one of the questions that they have like two days later and these kids look at me like. Hey mr cooke. We saw your youtube channel. And i'm like what youtube channel the like. We saw you playing the trumpet and shooting a gun at the same time and i was like oh man. That sounds dangerous. Why would someone do that. S like it was totally you mr cooke. I'm like all right. Listen don't tell anybody okay. Keep it a secret. Your fourth grade teachers and anti-gun wacko so don't say anything to her money. That is hysterical. We're gonna take a little break. Medac patriots nation. 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Talking about heartburn. Dissing are easier whether for the individual or family a few days or year. Get the food security that you need to get through a crisis. That's midnight patriots. Prep dot com midnight patriots. Prep that com- eat well and survive. Okay so we are back. Midnight patriot nation. Thanks for hanging out with a student break. We are with charlie. Cook creator of riding shotgun with charleena and gun grams. And he was regaling us for some of his tales about how he got started and some of the great experiences. And he said now charlie. I've got a question for you man. Because i got i gotta tape. I'm completely confused. So you're either independently. Wealthier have the ability to teleport to different city. You're doing videos out of atlanta. You're doing videos out of las vegas's alabama massachusetts penalty. Did you just drive everywhere or tell me what. How do these videos from different different. Because there's no way you could be like a national lift driver or something all that man talk to you that i hate to admit it. Smith smoke and mirrors. Whenever i have to go someplace. I always say. Okay who do. I know in the area or who do i know that. Know someone in the area that i can have on the show. Okay so when last year my mother passed away and i went out for her funeral. I'm in massachusetts my family's an hour south of chicago so i went out for the funeral and it was one of these things where monday night i'm messaging rhonda zell from chicago guns matter and i said we're under i'm going to be in chicago on thursday morning. Who can i get on the show. And she could reach out to this person this person so she connects me with someone. We make a plan. I- legit flew in chicago at eight o'clock in the morning by eight thirty. I'm at a starbucks. Having coffee with a complete stranger just talking staff and talking smack and whatever and i said great. Let's do a man. We get the cars cargo and we would put the cameras in the car. I drive him around chicago suburb. I drop them back off at a starbucks. And then i had down to do my my family business. Nice so smart condolences on your mother's death obviously tragic. At least we turn into something positive. Yeah oh absolutely yeah. I imagine just having your opinions and your presence in the city of chicago was making road heads explode which kudos for that by the way in your various travel. How many videos of riding shotgun charlie. Would you say you have how many i've only you know. Touch the tip of the iceberg. Here as pertains to your video. Creations have done my show. Prep but also i just said to catch the who just yet. So how many how. How long have you been doing the writing shotgun series brought. How many you say you have. I actually on march nineth gonna. I'm releasing my ninety seven video. Good deal yeah. And i started filming shows in two thousand sixteen. I started putting them out. In september of two thousand seventeen and i work on video video a little more time. Consuming in editing than audio is and. I'm not trying to slight audio guys but a little place. I take the audio that i get and i just put it out like if we will come for you charlie. I know so. I just whenever i go someplace i say. Who do i know in the area. Who can i get on the show. Who knows and honestly i did. I put my ninety seventh episode out. Probably filmed one hundred and one or one hundred and two episodes. Okay i have. My daughter wants to go to college in nashville fantastic. Yeah so she had a vacation in february. So i said let's let's go down to nashville and film show are actual in your college sweetheart. Let's be business expense to write off for. Yes absolutely so. We went down to nashville and weeks before i reached out to hickok forty five forty five here. I'd message them once or twice asked him to be on the show and we weren't able to work things out but i said hey. Listen we're coming down to national and my daughter's college on this date. And i'd love to have you on the show and he's what day do you want to do the show and we can do it. Monday or wednesday tuesday's the data. We've got solid plans. Shirts ran. of course it was. The same was the same week. That nashville had a snow and ice storm for and everything was shut down. So there's no college to work in restaurants weren't open. So i honestly the only good thing that came out of taking my daughter down to nashville her college is i get to show with forty. That's awesome man that's awesome. I love his used to. he's great. he's great one hundred episodes. I assume you you've at least one hundred trips. And i know that in some of your videos you carry one or two people what what's been one of your favorite moments so far. Can you give me a maybe a top five with your your top five favorite moment. So far i'm going to say the top one is two years ago. I was down in down into florida kerry event and it was a florida. Kerry has a camping event and and they have a line of speakers so they asked me to speaker. They asked me if i was since we in a musician. They asked me. If i'd play the star spangled banner on trumpet. So i'm lugging my trumpet. Now and one of the speakers they had was masada you and of course when i had this crazy idea to interview people in the car masada. You was one of the big name people that i wanted to have sure so. I met him at tampa gun rights policy conference and i got. I gave him my card. And i got his phone number and had him sign. My copy of the greatest extremes and i was chicken through column complete. You can shift to call him. Yes he's masada you. Why would you. I was gonna say i don't see any logic but go ahead so i ended up calling him a couple of weeks before and i'm like hi mr a you. I've got a show. And this is what i do and i've been to benefit gun rights policy conference and i know you're coming to this event in florida and i'm going to be there. Would you mind filming the show with me. And he's no much good. I'm like okay. Thanks bye click. You realize at some point you'll be there everything's gonna be right was gonna say i was going to try to you first your guest. Who firmly calling girl up and asking her on a date and she says yes and then you hang up what you no no plans. I was going to funny. I had the same same reaction when i was trying to what i was trying to confirm. Amanda for the show. I was just absolutely terrified even to set an email i was. I think i rewrote that email. An invitation like four or five times before actually sent it off man. I know i'm gonna tell you one of one of the one of my favorite episodes that i've seen he's been episode number ninety two. Sarah albert was really cool. You talked about hanging out with her famine and going to church and whatnot. You've mentioned that you were you. Were a little bit nervous about spontaneously combusting at the doorway. And i gotta tell you and you. And i gotta hang out because that's one of the reasons that i don't do. I hope you church. Because i'm actually afraid that i'm gonna burst into flames. And they might try to put me out with all e wall. That might melt or something i visualized that avenue and if i'm with cryptic or some of the other guys it just gonna go out of here. Yeah before they realize. What is your to bill us for the damage. Actually what's what's give me some more. What's in all my god. I'm with you right. And and i was trying to drive in just a big rectangle and i i. I don't know where i'm trying to trying to remember. I'm hoping that the roads are forming a big square foot. I ended up missing the road that was going to take us back to the camping site. And i'm like oh my god. This is not good. And i got to this point on the road and i'm like there's an airport on the left hand side. When we were going to the camping it was on the right hand side. I've missed the road. So i just i turn around and then i started driving again and then i'm like i don't see that road i'm going to turn around another time. And then they turned around a second time. And i'm like okay. I definitely have not. I haven't gotten us lost. But i've missed the road and i said i'm going to turn around a third time and then i eventually made it to the road that the camping site was on just justice were about to finish. It certainly went on longer than i thought. It would sure i said so. You're not gonna have to. We're going to wrap things up and get back to the campground. I said you don't have to call your wife and tell her you're missing babe just there. It was the funniest thing that he says. This is the first time that an era has been kidnapped and fell out laughing wreck. The car wrecked his sterile man. Let's take another break your quick and we'll come back and we'll talk about gungor rams. Yeah cool all right so midnight pitcher nation stick around and we'll talk about gun grabs excitement. Hang on the caffeine. Fueled insanity will continue right after this midnight patriot nations spartan air with another shameless plug for our new and improved gear shop. It is time to get your patriot on like never before from t shirts to onesies could. He's the lows to mugs. We covered sizes from newborn to four x. Whether it's january first july fourth. Stay warm look cool and cover your six with our gear. Midnight patriots gear dot com. That's midnight patriots gear dot com job now and get your patriot on. Let's smarter midnight vigils nation. Thanks for i was gonna break there. We're speaking with the world famous. Charlie cook and we're gonna talk about gun grams here for just a minute. Now tell me again people on all but one continent have actually seen this your gun grams. And you're actually working on that. Tell us about that for just a minute. Our right so the first time. I saw some early gun grams. I got an email from someone. It's one of these things. I made a video. And i put it on my social media and my friends all my other first one. The second one i really did was happy birthday and i shot an ar on at the end of every line kids. Cia when they sing birthday. I fucking hate that. I hate it as a musician. And i hate it as a parent. Yes so i figured i. It was one of my friend's son's birthday. So i figured i would go one of these and i put the tripod off and my pull out the trump and i put my ar. And just film me playing bombs. So i put that on youtube and everyone's on my god that's awesome. That's cool can you do one for my birthday. What about tv theme song. Which do this song are you taking requests. So that was in two thousand fifteen. And i'm gonna say that summer. I cranked out fifty different gun grams and it was. Yeah it was really cool. I got a couple of calls from some radio stations. And i had some head of video on on god show on cbs. I forget what was called but it was that was really cool and then i ended up having on comedy central as well. That's an interesting story. You mentioned that was on a game show right with chris hardwick at midnight and he brings in comedians. They play videos of people and one night. One of my friends was up late at night. And she's on my god i was. She's an anti gun wacko. she's like. I couldn't sleep i'm watching tv just cruising through the remote. Seeing what else is on tv. And and i see you on comedy central. I'm like what she's like some weird game show and i'm like this crazy talk so she put it up on our phone. I'm like holy crap. That's totally cool. And they played to gun grimm's they played the addams family so i played album and then the other one was the mario theme that he played foam. Go ahead i was just the most amazing to me is number one. I that's an ingenious idea. Okay but i don't know. I don't know which ones cooler the fact that you're firing off a gun or that you can play the trump at one hand. Both amazing to me go ahead. Sorry man advantage for twenty five years. And i've i'm really a trombone player. That was that was my main instrument. And that's what i get with and stuff. But i play trumpet to go between schools and i would have to conduct and go over and play the drums for the kids and all that stuff while. I'm playing the trumpet so slipping into doing one handed reloading really. Wasn't that big of a deal. Say it also going say you also learn a skill if you're gonna reload with one hand is semi automatic. When you got some skills there my friend you got. Oh yeah yeah. So you've mentioned that the only continent this hasn't did people haven't seen your gun grams on. Is antarctica so that actually. Ask quiet qualify. You as you mentioned. You're working on on on the entire article right yeah. I've got some emails from people in australia in brazil and man all over the place. The only place that. I haven't had someone to watch a gun grandma antarctica so few months ago i was teaching a utah class. And i always bring this up. I say hey besides a gun instructor. Here's what i do. And i'm going to add you to my email lists and all that kind of crap. I said the only continent somebody hasn't watched one of these on is antarctica. And i'm trying to find someone who knows someone who's stationed on antarctica. Okay this is a six degrees of separation challenge of games if you know anyone. That's at mcmurdo or stationed in oregon. Way tell them about charleena add them actually get on watched one of the videos and then maybe do a video reply to him. That'd be fantastic. Should that'd be awesome for each other. That'd be that would be the coolest man i it. Sometimes i call myself mr worldwide like is a worldwide so. I'm actually shouted. I think it's really cool to but y- that means your videos have made it through. The great firewall of china alibaba china obscene senior videos. That's amazing to me. It's all here's what's create. Here's what's not someone. Some some guy named anthony in california asked me if i would do the chinese national anthem as a gun. Graham and i'm like ears like legit this. It's a money maker. i don't want to save. some money. May not rolling in money. People pay for ammo takes time to learn some tunes and stuff. So he says can you could you. Could you do gun graham for my brother's birthday. The they're both chinese and the chinese national anthem. Absolutely you pay me. I'm going to do it so say absolutely yes absolutely so then i get these comments. That are all chinese characters. And i'm like. I don't even know what the hell they're saying. Argh or so. What i do is i highlight the characters putting on google machine. I do the translate. And then i figured out what it is that they say my god. It's everything from this guy's a true american into This guy's an idiot and why we need. More gun control your. I'm sure i'm sure. The comments are on the spectrum where we get so what has been. Has there been anything that you've learned because a lot of times the lobby on the opposite side of the gun issue and something that amanda brought a matter of fact. If you've listened to that episode was that we were not talking to each other. We're talking at each other. And i was just curious if you mentioned that you had a friend that saw you decide. You saw the video and cheese anti-gun lunatic. What has been the response. Is it just mostly. I rolling or have there been any meaningful conversations that come out of that or i'm just curious as to what end that that has had any effect on you. It's so i haven't. I don't think of converted anyone the from being against it to being for it. I have had some people that have commented and said oh my god. This guy's a gun instructor. I would never take a class with him because he's completely unsafe. And i'm like okay. So i met a shooting range by myself. I have a tripod a trumpet and agok. I'm not shooting at the camera shooting past the camera. Which is the fun part about the videos. Do freak out. Because i'm like. I have so much crap on my phone if i shoot my phone. I'm screwed like i'm not doing anything wrong and i shouldn't do this. You shouldn't do that. Why what. How many people did he kill. None and so. I think you should actually apply so far the council hundred and seven but how many i love this one. How many bullets are in that clip. There are no bullets. Seventeen rounds of ammunition in the magazine. The magazine yeah. Yeah yeah so. I get some of that and i don't let it bother me carafe as long as they're watching i've gone back. I used to not monetize the videos. Because i didn't want you to to to not put them out but at one point i'm like you know what i don't give a shit just putting our absolutely absolutely what other funny stories the ads from either a gun graham interaction or when you're reading the writing shotgun videos was anything other than what you just told us that just about major fall out of the car or should coffee through your nothing like that. I have gotten lost. And i never plan on getting lost. Sometimes it's me taking people that driving around people that aren't from this area or the area that we're at sometimes they are. I will say that you know what i did in two thousand two thousand seventeen. That gun rights policy conference was in dallas. And i there's a friend of mine. He's from the area so he had a car. So i'm like all right. Listen i need to borrow your car. After against on a so he was he of course he was the first person i interviewed. His name is who to roemer. And he's known as the pew ju- nice. Yeah okay. Great man. You should have him on. He's he's got a bunch of books out and he makes t shirts and all sorts of cool stuff so so i interviewed him. And i'm like okay. Pull up on your phone. How far daley plaza we're going. We're going to dealey plaza. Were driving in the middle lane at eleven miles an hour. So i went through. I did a show with him. And we drove down the center lane at daily plaza. And then i filmed a few more episodes at day and at one point mike. The batteries were running low. So i'm like all right we're going get to dealey plaza. And then i said what we're going to do. Is i was interviewing dylan. She's a four foot eleven marine drill sergeant. I'm i'm already terrified. I'm being serious. I am literally. I just got pucker from that description. Like oh hell no. Oh my god. I should know like you. See her being a drill instructor. You're like holy shit princess you me so we we. We stopped the car going to finish the episode and then we put on our phones and did some facebook live videos and we went to the school book depository and we stood on the two axes and i had one of the things that i like to do. Is i like to get my picture with all these people. And i get one of those little picture. Collage frames but a whole eight. Eight or nine pitches or something and it's me with whatever it's all the cool people. I have a picture of me with the grassy knoll behind me. Wow this is it. This is where kennedy was shot. There have been yeah. That was really cool. Weird man that what. what is it now. sixty sixty almost. We're still being all my god. I'll tell you this. Every time there's a show on the history channel on on the kennedy assassination. I will watch it. And i will ever. I believe whatever it is. They're pushing man is really interesting. It's really an interesting thing to that. I think the one thing that with the people seem to forget is that the president kennedy died and those of us that were alive. During that time. I think over time has shown how badly the the government botched the investigation so now whether that was a cover-up conspiracy man is obviously open to debate but it was just horrible. The events of that day number one and number two. The fbi can find the oklahoma city bomber in a day but couldn't figure out that it was probably more than one guy that killed kennedy. That's it's truly show. My i watched there was a show. Oh god i did it. It was like buzzfeed or something that a half hour show these two guys that went back and checked out the conspiracy theories. I never heard of this one umbrella. Man you hear about the umbrella have heard about. That is the guy that had the umbrella. On the yeah. He opened it and then closed to signal the to shoot the give the green light or something yes as kennedy was some weird sort of thing that had to do with them neville chamberlain in world war. One and yeah. This is what they said. But i believe you. I just didn't hear that. Arctic so at kennedy drove by it was some sort of a protest from from england. Which is this stuff but it was. The guy drove by as kennedy drove by. He lifted up his umbrella and then he put it down and some people think that he had some james bond gun umbrella. Gone and pull the pull of l. umbrella. Offer it if fired. The bullet that killed kennedy accepted for early from grassy knoll. So when you message objectives for i know. So here's what's even crazier i. I only saw about the the umbrella guy a year or so ago. And then when all the riots were going on in minneapolis a member win. The car parts. Place was being busted up. Yeah yeah remember. There is a video of a guy in all black with a mask on. And he's got a hammer in one hand and he's holding a black umbrella with the other and he goes over to the car parts place he smashes the window and then he turned around and walked away. I'm like oh my god. It's the umbrella guy. Jane guy believe this owners of conspiracy. Oh well that's amazing charlie. We're gonna drop it right there men. We'd love to have you back. It's been an amazing interview. Man appreciate you coming on television. Everybody where they can find your stuff again all right. Thank you how you can find all videos at riding shotgun with charlie dot com. I've actually got a swag emerge page there. So i got stickers and patches for sale but i also have a spring store so that's writing. Sorry it's t spring dot com slash stores slash writing shock. Yuma charlie if people can buy shirts and coffee mugs with a gun logo with running shotgun logo. They can find the running shopping videos on youtube. So writing schalken. 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It Episode 16! Remember its normal baby!  Im just tryna put it all out there in pieces for you!

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It Episode 16! Remember its normal baby! Im just tryna put it all out there in pieces for you!

"The baby test talk show. He's he's include could be yohannan. Hey this is just such jay which did dawn. Oh my god listen this twenty one day. Challenge podcasting yeah going be share my journeys and everything with the all so make. She all listen. Alright episode is up next. Hey y'all this is. Just it's such a jay and i'm coming at you gain ray to put it on out there in pieces. Baby was crackle when my baby's john. What are your loud. They're doing a y'all audi living your best life zone. What it is that you do that you do that you. Oh oh my gosh. Under the chiller out there being so thorough in sold baby. And why do i tell you that i know that you were out dubya so building so whereas baby komo so y'all want me to say i'm going to save 'cause god may judah way yes shelter you go. Oh my gosh. He's over water diligently seek him yes man and was the second reason while i tell you all that i noted shelter out here being sold in so wise baby 'cause y'all out the listen to me baby and then the j. y'all know put it out the pieces for us so low own. My gosh there is a third thing that i do say. Okay listen i gotta give a shadow to some people. Okay a y'all y'all been listed so before. Wow who. I gotta give a shout okay. You're was saying we're be or three. You ready one two three 'cause Need this soon work really. Yes yawn need this worked to man. I gotta give a shout to my hate is right monday. Say is my disbelievers. You know the people you know you know. Be in they all little thing. Don't what it is. They do you know they they can. They'll know about the pieces. And why gotta give a shot on this because see when you shine him like. It's you know when. God got that little light on the inside you this new that net one going to shun you know no matter what you got going on. Got their light shining. Bright like a diamond is inside you is radiating out like bow era by seed. And what happens is when god sean like they come over like this. Hold on his dad bull over this shine in on. Is there my girl over shannon on them because they try and get all the pieces they forgot was going. Ooh okay and when they do that. With god's is he prepares a table phone right in the presence. Okay he puts the table out the in the presence of the enemies right. He said i'm make them your footstool. I'm an annoyed should. Hey we'll all right and you cup or one over in front enough. God puts you out there and pieces like that. That's what he does because he he uses things joy lament. Okay let me explain to you like this. Okay bye now. Got some health issues warning. Okay despite assis- leaky good intestinal permeability. You know things like that. We're like i was jacked up. I lost forty pounds unlike monday. Like two months. Go only fifty calories a day. Felt like i had things like you know crawling all over me because i created this histamine intolerance because the good bacteria was going a maiden. Oh my gosh. And and then the bad bacteria got real bay. It was all balanced. So i could smell like fifty feet away like i thought it was going crazy. My hormones is all messed up for like a whole year never knew why vocational crime like all messed up my drilling lean and all that stuff. I had all these pieces. You know all the pieces that was all put together in this brilliant beautiful puzzled. They got skit right so now gospel together right and you know he got legacy as he's doing it so he's trying to come off you know what's going on alma mater moving like your podcast like something out there for you and they listen and what happens is they. Give bless spot a message. You understand so you gotta say you gotta give a shout out to all of them that just don't know for. They know not what they because they need this to. Okay look moving on over to the left up to the latte. So i guess shined nike eight. Got it over questions. Have y'all been going over. The money was all. Ns seven six or instagram baby. Oh my gosh oh look mama been dropping a dime or you're just a little bit okay because this also affected my memory okay. So you know the guys. Grace's his mercy is new everyday. You know so every day sub different and you. i'm learning. I'm getting back into it. So you know. I post my posts. You get back into swimming big. You know like like i used to stuff but just so much better on videos out there for your yen like like just a raw form and i'm just loving. I got another one for your two. Okay but i'm just shot waked lou. Because there's so much. I wanted to sell you'll like is just so thorough. How god is just killing me. Like i'm literally taking antibiotics. Now i literally can say to biden and you might be like to five mischa honey. I couldn't say one. Vitamin it was shocking. My system i'm talking about. I told joel i couldn't see i couldn't wash. I couldn't stay in. I couldn't go to the bathroom. Full monday almost two months. I couldn't even walk to the bear from. I couldn't even go outside months. Do you want to stay. I couldn't walk in the store. Three face masks on what nobody could be around me would know colonial perfume no net. They could cook in the house. Charlie cook it house. Nail this just sensitive. We won't ski on over in the middle of these kitchen and talk about it. But you understand what i'm saying all this stuff in god near like i can just show his head like three shirke wings today your circuit weeks turkey thighs. Oh my gosh. That was like a thousand calories in a head like two little coconut cake. Things that i'd be making guys it ain't nothing you know. It's i had six desiccated dates. Oh man they'd say so good and they was life four hundred so amstel slick but this is just such a. I'm just trying to put it out the pieces for you on my name is omar services will so i got some videos coming and audit and everything. Y'all gonna be able to see day. See what it is that i do. I do that too. But let's skate all over. 'cause i gotta keep shining bright like a zombie right. Let me talk to you about making them and beats kitchen baby. Oh main vs kitchen now. Listen i know crazy columbia's kitchen by tried to do some nights a fill your. Oh gosh like. I get the system together so i try to take the desiccated dates and cook right. Heat 'em up smash them up socks. Go ahead throw them all over tap the lou coconut thing. I'll be making my tree. 'cause i can't have any sugar. 'cause i tested positive for candy so when you had that because i had the yeast build up all of my top my top part of my body like it's all in the top part. I'm not allowed to head it for like now like swo- sodhi say you know but you got his but yeah so. I don't like sugar anyway. You know that's not my thing on use it for bacon you know. I don't have a sweet but the date state. It'd be like so sweet so i'm okay. I'll put that on top of their. You don't make glue ice and lasalle show do. We're okay with no big enough kitchen actually had to eat it but i think when heated it up it changed whatever was going on and it made my throat like sore so i can't eat them like that. You know. I have to eat them. Were there dry. That's probably why can't eat regular dates but look it's common okay and it's just it's such a baby that's all i can to tell you about bigalow kitchen. That was the only new thing i had some day. You know was basically you know. Hey killed a couple of other things you know but it was real simple i got in yano is going to be a thorough podcasts. When i get cut off this is just a baby. The devil is a liar he is. That's a lie. I can't stand it beginning to like year year about to get you ought goodness that. He chart go ahead to strictly. The think will happen cabinet. So this is where i'm gonna. I'm gonna right back pockets. You how many calories. I say y'all presence working. Thank you keep on praying for your girl because you grow coming up by this day. So my goal was two thousand. Two hundred and seventy calories right just for like the fitness pal app and that's basically one pound a week. Uk bobby charlie game. I three times as a try. Your edit my pockets. And so i'm back again. Okay so man listen you this this is just. It's such a shame maybe people is trying to just disturb me. Okay 'cause i'm gonna tell you. how many calories. Okay i got in our so look the goal for the ad like i say okay at one pounds. A week is two thousand. Two hundred seventy calories you know how many i two thousand six hundred seventy. Sometimes i'd be like three thousand. Sometimes i only like sixteen hours just depends sixteen hundred. I try to eat. You know as much as i can just depends on halloween film. But just just a touch jay. i'm over three hundred seventy nine calories. Pastas me walk in a day. Today i walked right three miles or some change but this is just a touch j. baby okay. Little bit for make eleven vs kitchen for you all right so sorry you know. They're trying to destroy my energy in my body. Everybody keep on china. Contact me all of a sudden. this is just. It's such as i say. I'm recording my podcast. The me alone moving on. So why could show. And i got your some guess when i got. I got so to about just touches. J. fitness show. I work in out. I told you. I work out and did a good job. I just such a good job because like like your lender stand when you train your body from march always alike act sober you are four hundred lower body. Upper body ebbs. It's just in you. You wanted do it. You just feel compelled to like workout. Like i love working out okay. I don't keep one hundred show. I used to work out just because our could have six by choice. Because there's just such a number of these pieces but you know. I just ain't trying to put on my pieces out the you know that would me. I ain't never been me you know. I wonder what one person you will simply time. They hit a boyfriend girlfriend. Seems sound but you know this just such. That was do them days that jesus was saying but anyway look so i used to. Actually you know really like work out a lot. So sometimes i'm just like i can't i want to work out so bad not being here. I forty forty push ups com. Dale you gotta bolaise okay. I got some pictures. You're not start. Eat protein child. My body was home like real quick like for like three weeks. It was just like swelled. Up and i was like oh my god but i got the video weights. I'll show you all my gosh. She not live but anyway. This is just a touch. So i wasn't working out and i was going to go ahead and relax because you know everything that happened. When i went to doctors on monday you know nato will be like how like i would say messed up. I really am but basically dave you've really got gotta rest so you can hill. Is the site. Say okay take some time off and really really. 'cause i knew i was jacked up. Put it the reality was. I was really really like jecht. Okay so i've been resting this week and it's just it's such a j that's it you and do not get up get up do anything i gotta do is get to be sure to you. I have gotten is so long but it feels good to just rest. And i'm asleep and good thing so look that's just just touch today. As far as like working out was concern and justice such as fitness. Thank you for your purchases. Okay for your loving all of my fitness apparel and all that type of stuff. Check out the link tree in the bio and you can get everything that you need you can just order it and i show those pieces on my name is an esa grandbaby and also show john my rolling papers okay. So we go skate on. No but sit adjusted. Jay can't yes got put it on your piece for your first thing. I drop was just rolling. Papers makes y'all check them out ahead. Get him if you want venture into baio purchase some slow burning smoothness magnetic booklet kings. Slim's okay for those who do what it is that you do. Okay get those marijuana does cannabis papers because this is just such a j mama isn't won't unemployment and some pieces look moving on city land so i can shine and say about the justice s j. Ed do y'all know. I had some issues with the episode thirteen and all that stuff was supposed to post them. My blog hosted as far as these podcasts. Tapas are concerned. Like were you go into this to be icon is going there. But i don't know what's going on. I wasn't getting on vacations today. Showing up or nothing. So y'all we working on it and they gotta fix it so bear with me. It'd be on your you. don't you just go ahead the big trick and check it out and this is just such a baby like i say i'm just putting it out the abuses where you're okay and lasting before dropping down moon. Y'all got started sound. Like biggie is to make sure you're checking me out and be ready guests. We had a meeting today to actually shall do you. Shall he came to my house and we did. Some equipment says and we worked on a mike scenario. Thank has. I'm going to be giving your the four one one in the morning gear on the be hosting the whole entertainment that yet. Hey asshole job come and see your two times day okay. So make sure you're checking out on the late nights or i'm giving you all. They're like their be. You do it. You know like donny. Simpson uses organization. Baby you know. He had people come on his show and all day and they will be talking about. You know love and relationships in a good music. I'll be making music. Oh my god. I can't wait. This is just such a. Jv is going to be so thrilled. And so why is in the morning time you get to hear you know all the entertainment stuff like weekly for me. Okay this guy putting it out the in pieces for you. I let me go ahead on over to this left around here. Because momma gun stored said i busy gaga jumping download. You also listen. I gotta word okay so basically gets up to everything i gotta do. I told you eight. God like it's goal working out. Okay like our plan on trying to go to bed like around ten o'clock at night. I'm getting to be like okay. You know absolute to antibiotics today. Shell total ahead to tries to yesterday. Told you ought to try to is charlotte era and when you go to the next level who had try new things when you growing okay. So i'm on with my health so you know now got sick these in abidi suburb. I can act. I was nervous the first one you spread it out. That's the next one. And i was okay to take to antihistamine pills do claritin and i can't stand it but charles and complaining. I had headaches really slight little headache. And i'll be able to eat in not really feel like net was crawling on me. I was a little anxious today. The cine makes you like ancients like anxiety and stuff like that. You know you can't because it's your flight fight like response that's gone off and you can't like control it's crazy you feel like i felt like i had coffee but i did and then i was real shaky you know so i tried to take my vitamins and i did. I was very successful with it. You sound like oh catholic. Myself south today was pretty all right. Sort of a little rubber you know and anti could i eight amazing. I'm so full. My stomach is sticking out. My hernia was bothering me a little bit. You know how much you know and this is just a touch j. I basically are chilled. Had a visitor. You know and like i say one over all the stuff Be radio and everything right. But as i was chilling his i was chilling. Godhra word busted your doorway happens with gag me a word in us start thinking what happens got come out here and georg business that somebody need this word sue. You've got soaked tune. I was about way. I don't even know what to say. You like what you are minute seller. you know. he saw them. I i to how now look you know. Look i needed socks home about it. Being normal also up being. He said like everything that you want through everything that they're going through is so normal all right so look. Td jakes hey interview. Tian had my pastor tj surpassed. You don't know who. He is interviewed him and he basically he was trying to let him know through this interview. Check it out. There were everything he went through because he didn't have his dad. There you know and it it was just a mess. His dad was like the pastor of the church. Okay day he went to and the mom was messing with him on the sneak tip but he didn't even know that that was his day chair scandalous. Then hey his sisters or brothers. Living up the street biblis shack apartment roaches and stuff and he wearing his sisters and brothers close but when he go to church today him doing everything at the church right. okay but didn't even acknowledge him as child. Oh my god she's just touches it he basically you only td. Jakes is interviewing him and he's basically like interiors kind of he's a grown man out there going through that stuff happening your pets. Where's the still bothering you. I'm here to tell you was so sorry. I have to tell you that but it is. No temptation is not comedy any one of us. You know it's all of us. We all go through the same thing. It's gnome girlfriend. You broke up with your boyfriend just normal piss you off. it's normal. you want to get a divorce. it's normal. I hope you'll want to get divorced every day. Just got today. come on get out. Because it's normal people pass away. It's sometimes you go through things in different seasons. It's normal even when i'm going through right now it's normal. You might be like jay how you think that's normal stuff was crawling on you. You don't you feel you like fifty feet away. I the only person got histamine issues is no. I the only person who can eat. Somebody's gonna car accident somewhere and they messed up and they stubbings object at somebody else's got some dental hospital or something like that they can't somebody got a cold or stomach. They can't eat. You know they they got. Everything happens for reason because his norm. I'm gas listen. I'm not to put this out the pieces for you like our job with dabo you but you know it's all over me right now. 'cause it's normal. I want you to notice a life as normal everything that you're going through. Its own normal. All you don't have to worry about anything. 'cause the bedouins shores his guys to fight see web is as we start trying to fight the normalcy. Oh my god you know you start looking at the problem. Is it a problem solver. You start focusing on it now realizing that it's normal. Kids are acting up normal mischief flight. Normal okay gaffar freeman job normal on employment like me normal. Used to be allowed to like. I used to be normal. Cheater normal alcohol problems normal drug problems normal sexual problems. You addicted to sex sleeping with this guy guy Now i love you so correctly. Normal guys you out there with the woman for this and a woman and a woman for this just hurting all alone because you got yourself together. Normal. it's normal. That's what i understand. Was trying to talk to a td. Jakes round tj. Was trying to counsel milano baby. Listen this is normal. You guys have to understand what's normal is life. we fall apart sometimes a normal pieces. We can't almost want apart. Shaw listen here this right here to happen. This the hardest thing. I want to life show. I told you. Every day. I wake up god one on the e. Look out not like this. I'm like more. I think of a child peach but you know you gotta be scared. I told you. I mean you gotta you gotta be you gotta be careful. You know so the thing you know what i'm saying ain't nobody here like. Did it kiss suicide. they'd be here. My daughter's got shot. Cause i gotta eat because you can eat the same thing every day. This is just such debut. I wish i could put then go ahead like the guy will take it away from just took away. Hadn't take my rights away. I was leaning on over to the left though that rice was my savior. They said no. I because it was feeding the geese and type way. I'm like what am i going to then. I had to realize wait a minute. This is normal will you grow. Elevation requires separation from the also. You're growing negga. He'll and you can't just mess with their baby. Food stuff now stopping grow you got you got making love vs kitchen again. Baby girl you gotta learn how to eat again. A lot of people learning how to eat learn how to do stuff again learning how to walk again and talk again. It's normal any all out there going through like you just kinda like stuck because you don't realize that the situation you were in is normal. This normal talks about just remember. That is norm okay. You got different cycles in life. You got different seasons but it's normal some. It rains right sometime. Thunderstorms sometimes you get snow. Sometimes it's sun shining. It's it's supposed to happen. It has to happen. That way is god's order. He thought that shoe was strong enough to go through what it is that you might be going through. You are gone crazy your fall apart. Just me i've been there okay but then you just gotta realize way. More on sega's setback realize how throwing why won't understand it. This show passed. Its normal this one. My son says to meted. Then send to see on a me. Tell you something real quick. God's dropped dommie said our god till your this smut sunset dead. He says me as stuff because he knows both ruling knows that he can't really be here with me like that so he says new stuff like every morning. This one said happiness is not. The absence of the problem is the ability to deal with. You understand sock walk around and be like such. I like the date when i was walking. My legs is all jacked up. And i could barely kind of like walk but i was come on our. He's out there walking my dog. Do you think he'd be realme. Pooh poohing my gosh. Two months. i said mommy work. The baby belly. I kid gets too close to him. Because the pet dander mess with my histamine. We'll little the pieces so he whole different area to house and everything just all just messed up depressed at all. Because that's my. That's my boo but normal. You know and i'm up here and i'm happy talking to ya and everything but as i was walking i was like jeeze. I kinney walk. And i saw my old dude outside this old. Do he got diabetes. Dave chappelle is in the hospital for six months. My neighbor right. He ought what his legs messed up because his may one day must foot is messed up by you. Know he really mess up. What is diabetes and his circulation outdoors grandson. He walking he was doing miles. And i'm out there. I'm like look as these little legs right here. I kept belly walk with them. But i was walking. Because this is normal. You understand what i'm saying is normal. Sound like you know i got in the storm because that's normal just like my son said is the ability to be able to deal with it. That's what a all about y'all got to be able to deal with it. I'll means you're not understand. Be happy because it's normal somebody cheat on you. do you rog. Whatever you know what you did. The people that she didn't ordinary day big is her little. Bit gotta get is so back up together. Keep pushing 'cause it's understand on say you carburetor anything anything that you go through unlike anything. This is happening somebody else somewhere. It's just all about how you deal in witty. That's what i'm trying to talk to. Y'all about how you deal with the normal dill with the normal the best way you can and do you know how this shows gas. I keep shot so yours. This is just such a day baby. Okay second corinthians. Right twelve nine. I said this y'all already a set in to me. My grace is sufficient for the for. My shrimp is made perfect. Can weakness most gladly. Therefore will i rather blow your mind. Infirmities that the power of christ me rest upon me basically what that means is that it was good that i was flick. You look okay like this stuff is normal. That's dope because whenever i'm weak he strong so when i'm going through and i'm all messed up god like you know what i got you because the better choices his if you just remember that and just remember this when i'm going through. This is normal gossip. I will be with you. Did not tell you all that in joshua one thing that you will know that he will be with you. He will never leave you. He's not gonna say he's going to be there he not going away. Okay is much retired him away to get away from you. Don't want to deal with it. He's okay wake you up airmont protect you from this corona. Why with this mess going heated. Okay you got it. He's lear 'cause it's normal. Everybody go to something. This is just a touch j. I need to get this. How you respond to your normalcy. Yeah it can mess a boy pieces like listen. I'll tell you like may only not splinter you. You can't eat a used to make a lovisa kitchen show. I don't know of anybody thinks that's normal. Okay you hungry and you can't get what you need so unit was born on. Nobody does know what's going on. I was like you know. God why have you forsaken me. I was like jesus was when he was faster. If i could cry. A is some blah it would. It came out all right. I'm trying to tell you. Because i didn't think would normal about that. I'm like what i do like komo. You cannot be doing this to me. You know like my way. They like hell. I do do this. How could you let this happen. This is not normal almost fell apart of peace. No we're more on both gotta be a plan this right. He got the of my destiny. 'cause you chose me to be able to have to go through all of this but some normal i saw say waiting mama learn how to make them be kitchen actual joe. What happens when. I read my little daily thing my job. I shall live in national. That i am hilton is a process. I will learn how to eat again. A right way does a little thing. Glbees kitchen is easy. Goggle show me how to controller with my diet. I will not be afraid. I will not give up. God did not give me the spirit of fear you know. I will complete. The bullecourt is full gas blowing. All my goals. I will not fill out will survive because i have to remember. Don't forget the devil is a lawyer. I am brilliant fearless wonderfully. May i am good looking. I am somebody. I deserved to be loved. I'm an amazing person. I'm going to get through this. i'm a former marriages. Come and everything coming fast. Get ready for the breakthrough. Tim gives a greatness. Young focus will remain focus. I'm a good friend. I'm a great mother. I love making love. Kitchen baby smile. My podcast is pup pup pup pup pup called baby. I will not quit. I will never give up. God loves me. God will never leave me a for sake me. I am blessed. God's will we would to those diligently seek him then god's talking to me right. i could've came gun his righteousness baby and all these things won't be added unto. You gotta use me scared but he cannot use my own belief everything in every way. I'm getting better and better. In every way i all things are possible. Those i believe is going faster than guy. Control it. It's the power life in deficit. God the who am. I afraid of new outsell myself. No one i read it. Every day to muscle decide. I started off be positive around. Could think good things i can do. All things quite the strength as me. That's my words affirmation okay. I started their own one. Twenty one twenty one was the data stored started day. Give me together because this is norm. And y'all got to get yourself together to normalcy. Don't fall apart. Be happy and understand is all about how you deal with it. That's it somebody is out there right now. You go through actually telling you. Because i know because i'm going through and what god put out the pieces for you. I'm like okay somebody going through with to aberdeen notice. Okay so whoever it is to listen to me and you got your own thing because we all got stuff we through. I need you to understand. Don't fall apart into pieces. This as grace grace's sufficient is new every day. It's enough gay you know. Don't worry about it that way chores. Don't look at it. Don't focus on do what it is. You've got to stay in prayer. Seek first the kingdom of god. I try to go ahead and get into his righteousness. I told you yesterday didn't sue. His presence means spending time with him. So you can get his presence mimi. His gifts his glory his great says mercy and you won't be just fine and just remember somebody else out there going through to right. Don't be trying to kill yourself and give up been there been there okay. Felt like giving up. Felt like they wanna to be here. And i wanna live all jacked up. Because i didn't know who i was. Don't be like day. Okay but i still want you to know that normal. Come on man this is just. It's jay. I'm not putting out the pieces for a nut and ain't got nothing nothing at all. Okay it's all normal but when you want to give up now live and stuff like that. You're you're giving up because what you want to right now the predicament that you are in this not to find your destiny. Brenton to about tj was lesson it because you know who listeners. But look that's all. I had to say okay. My day was amazing. It was cool. I just don't want to give up on yourselves. Okay 'cause almost gave them when my son shall listen to your hair star thinning and falling. Now wait a minute hold on was going on like i told your man so many things these pieces. You don't even know what i had to go through. But it was good that i was a flick because you know why. Now known as a podcast. Right i'm coming over here. And i'm telling you how good god is and somebody is going through somebody out there going through something. I'm going to listen over eighty k. Okay i think. I'm like probably like hundred house. Came on just one streaming network. I'm one like over thirty google. Just such a j over like i'm being played worldwide everywhere somebody okay so even if one person gotta histamine issue got something going on you know they listening somebody listening because what god does. I told y'all he prepares a table food right so they can watch it. They can see he puts you out the he s the light shine bright. Then that's all that the other day. What does that tell you on the big over by sorry. It's always open. What did i tell you what i'd say. What was what was their matthew. I was in matthew me. Get back all the way. It's a bad few. Let's let's let back now. Okay you are the light of the world okay. Dennis says let your light sign show before men that they may see the good works. Glorify the father which is having opposed to be letting light schon through this sophomore year. One wanna know what causes four guys. Moving in ain't for mind. What do i tell you all the time. 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Nobody make you feel like you. Ain't the lease them. Gotta tell him you know real quick fargo. I got to give it a shot. Gross took her today and she's just so amazing challenge falling apart the day and i had to call child him. I can't go. i can't do it today. Like girl come on. You got this. But anyway i was starting to make myself like i was enthroned. This was monday. I got both crying thing. And i just did not have it together. Don't like me like saying a break debt. I put a postal and things like y'all some occurs this day for me. Sometimes people just need help please. You do i was. I was cleaning no social media. Y'all know need put my pieces out there like that but you know god has humbled my part. My heart all had probably as your break. But i just need an encouragement that they fall gop. Got kid lord. Jesus please let me know what's rolled. Look so make myself like building wise. You know where. I went to the doctor say like home. 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I told you on monday. I was like. Oh god jesus why don't too much. I think i need you to come. Because i kid chow. Forty four years old. I call them bubble cry. Khobar step up on my girlfriend's a postal facebook. This is too much is one of those two guys home but the crazy thing about it is that he knew i will go to dr sanjay monday. He knew when. I get all my results monday. You understand what i'm saying. God always knows he always has all the under control. You know it's offer his glory. You can't saudi. You can't you can't act. You don't know he knows he puts it all in order. That is supposed to go in all of which you're going through right now you're supposed to go through it because it's going to take you to the next level okay. I'll talk to you about their yesterday. We had to try new things. 'cause you can't remain the same because you're growing. It's all part of the plan on a party at zest knee if you fall apart in it because you think it is all go crazy. 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The Curran View Episode 84

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The Curran View Episode 84

"Around when i was putting say welcome podcast. According to you then and now with all of hillsborough mr teddy coder. I've things pal steady away overseeing. I say every week could be better obviously. We've we've been in a situation but other not not too but yeah no we coming from because mommy's in exactly the same situation. I was over in semi mom not a little bit of better news today regarding mom's cancer so All the best love in wishes to you and to janet into everybody this suffering with this absolutely horrible disease first and foremost to say let's go into the football and it's always the start the magic moment. So what have you source for these. Might well it. One hundred degree. Pre by robert morris. Yep but what he did and now we finished. The rebound was just show which talent that boy has got a persona unknown reason for him. I don't know what his foale selena money just fault but you know he's being is being some big money some big cloak so there's something not right but what what he when he gets right. Ease actually mont club birmingham. Cc on loan as well and all echo that you don't know a fan what goes on only the management. The players in the playa knows what goes on beyond those closed doors in trying a matched. I and and beyond that as well. There's no doubting in. The feller has an abundance of ability. And i think in remembering the game where birmingham crystal palace police full wonder why which was laid clocks rightist but for months and do believe that ravel was very instrumental in that. The kid has got talent that can kick on when he's twenty eight and he's probably many clubs as is years. Yes you. I mean i can remember for making a statement saying pulling wanted to the boys degrade plays monday night and making eight minutes. Say not This point here is a lot in. Yeah is is the best you'll play without but someone no reason like s h putting. Yeah but again. Let's hope that it can cause you want to say that he's players that can produce moments of magic develop imply on a pitch so we can all watching rule over their obvious talents. So is that your magic moment for this week to see. Oh did you know you gonna look at history. There was some sense into coventry game against forest. But obviously that felicia shot back after the manila. Any money you know giving all different sorts of excuses the kobe's been about for everybody else for the last eighteen months of nineteen rooms so but i like the way out company play. But you know. I like to pick wall but it stands out the free kick and like i say all the big bureau. What's going around rob l. Bothersome you know it shows you being glimpses that he's got the talent we we all know what people do going to juice on a on a regular basis but you just said i think sometimes it goes beyond may baby. What's up man outside of football. We causing major problems. I don't know but you know there's something not right with you know for for for you'll money to of that kind of talent and play very little tied in pristine gangs absolutely what we're talking about mention not because he was there as a kid millionaires. Another boy was. They're not sure if he's on loan soul food city or they've actually saw him but yong matt will joe willocks. Brother scored an absolute world for against oriented. Just saying tom as a defensive scenario and as as a coach. I'm looking at more defenders and thinking what the hell of you run off there. Because i'm watching it. I'm just saying i'm shouting mickey rants on because a little ball feed had just gone inside the ball through defender's then for a free frazier onto the defender moved and allowed him. Although it was standing there too then took the ball and was in a boat. Same position where it should have been and cracker worldy writings the top corner so take votes on brilliant and it was. But you're talking sometimes defy to commit and close them down quickly because trying to get done and he got himself no-man's-land no muslims. I mean i'll say on. They want the united desk but today's vote you display. Am weekdays at moma. In time the booming. You'll let a bunch of kit by. I was impressed with him. And all but of roach on my wall before. Monday nights is a great. Your kids coming through. But you've always maintained that so you may not even in your area in yorkshire. You know the likes of manchester not they. Have they cherry. Pick the big clubs. Have about them that they can cherry pick so if you are going to have a player on loan from million or chelsea manchester say you know that the player is going to be caller. Well the to get the best you turn out the best absolutely so some of some fall by the wayside. Oh this catch him up type of thing yet but all the big clubs you know the chevy pick from everywhere now not you save england about two iota and even locked america. The you know. The commission adopted from all over the place. I know there's been a clamp down on some of it but the always seem to get around it so so about the The big clubs when you look at all when you look at any kind of been a moment invention of because they. It's bigs o'clock down. Not not the coaches watson. You're running it. Yeah he's done indicate now so and he's not a bit adila song mentioned globe and he said to me. What do you think today's lived to win. I don't win if we get one zero. We'll be but we don't get any through we'll get what leauge the nights liverpool everton. We'll get whatever they what they don't want to raise their place being coached and be jane. But if you don't get the betcha ones even the second bedrooms with better than ours. What's coming through. So that's lacing some kinds of itself is it. Was maybe the county calories from these football clubs because they're not really really pushing the boys it just letting him so we just don't then we'll take the cast-offs on monday night from in these local areas like from your shopping nights and you livable's and all that that's what that's what they do. Nice certainly do. And i'm going to go first question for you and eat debate. The cooks i'm gonna just pulled out on the back burner for the moment but my other magic moment a non of to this week because it leads into the post the you put onto your facebook wall which then will lead us onto book cohen. Which you book give me. The ball is is now but it was kalomo hair's not make for coventry city's always you know all these kids. I've watched him when he got released from villa in a little bit of when he was aston villa. He's got absolute bags of talent. It was one of six to watch last season. And when you look at this kid kalomo. He's a football player. And it's great again like morrison so employers midfield pliers. That are on the bull confident or insult. Forwards is as we've cal ply the bowl full looking to be positive. Look into mike things happen. Because that's all. I wanna watch in football and then it leads us to your post about not making jack charlton. So you take that story sir. Before before the judge shelton incident to utilize these types of players needs to be loafed. You know and go to coventry and the kid just a kid. The team selves plays. You can see confidence. Compose the abbot balls. But going back. You know when i was your wednesday went judge did it. They will play in it. I remember begging balling. Bulletins used is be put. He's skydiving our. I will yuck type of thing. But we jacked and we shall. We deserves jack loose deserves to play his saw things out whether the free kicks so he's type of thing for the the next game. Show your wednesday anyway especially wondering if i get it i ball or what they show at the deserves and jack decided to play and as usual playing to the back it will play in midfield and set on the. If if this ball. I if i get invite ball and a time i'm gonna know my jack usa like that used to go ballistic eight hundred do with the opposition nearby. You teammate. anyway. Because i'm gonna do it so they were always smiling. He always uses to glazed. Whatever i did what i set you on the you know. One of the ball back to goalkeeper. But it had to do it anyway. I'm going to make the goalkeepr. Were he said about you do it. Anyway we'd be playful about twenty minutes. Brian replacement absolutely peachable but objective. Edit it got there but he did he delayed. Because obviously i it will pay my pace and then decided to call and this is kkob is a stretch. But he's long out between these really stick and i'm going to turn away it's enough. It's not going to yield to one against stopped. It turns out no joke in a fire face with anger and it comes an bucket the bull would to monitor and combing i. It's diving legs again. Shelby began dope bags and jumped over and he's got up chasing wrote normally after the business laughing at each chasing me around the field and i'm down for him to think he can gosh me and he kept kicking. You know about telephone comes in. Today's all comes in and around the globe because it would be brilliant as hopefully you know for people to see things like what what does that some time as vice and a football gals but that was one of the funniest moments and if you could could've captured that moment on film the gun vara would need just go back to. I would just going back to alan bowl a lot to do things i remember. Interviewing tony corey. Tasty said told me the situation where bully at sat on the ball again. And then tony thank repaid the compliment but bali. Bali said to me after. You say you're done that. He said i've got something special for your next time. You know what he's doing actually police force on the ball and so these license office in an never ever going back for that they will sabotage his. yeah absolutely. yeah knutson stan bowles. You only covers your bought. The wonders of yes tax front worthington. Stacks of them. You know even jolly going back. Well w jolly ages ball but when you watch chelsea team petema's go the all kavak in and around our game but it was so technet technology. Obviously the coachee change change. Change change for the better change for the worst. What he gave the took out the the wanted to be more organized defensively. That's that's what they did it so they would leave a wing. It was legal play skill out walked with things to make it more defensive not the top teams but the other teams and then know the team would sat not copy that played but copied him knowing that if there was a weak link in the team at the box that certain games. That's that's what they would do to put an extra money in their midfield. Earn extra mon- at the back. You know five at the back. All we five in betrayals but no. They were great catholic. I mean ball was one of the best out of because e which i think he would bother what money just said to him. Charlie cook when i was writing me dads. The weekend is best. Night was sitting in the garden. We were talking about football. And he said sid. Un when we went to chelsea were sitting there chelsea couple of women beyond him says charlie cook implies is injured and fitter any dropped point parts on his foot less noise. He's it almost went off. Brilliant that but when you think about it did yeah. That's got away with some. Didn't the audio tell you what i mean. Tell me was the leader of the gang of the kings of the kings road in that chelsea team. Ima charlie cook their cadaver kings road arm wrestling with the Demand demand the corridors richard. Erase the the the the one that absolutely lowest to wild thing is oliver. Oliver oliver rate was level rate impels. They used to get on the on the naloxone. But that's what players used to do in those days. The great bobby moore plays got sent home and cook But there was a lot of that. Were quite you know money driven we play then it would leak out but there's a lot going on absolutely you're talks about kendrick says we've been talking about characters and this is my first question before we go into book owner because i want to talk a little of length about your new book. Gimme the bowl. That's out now. The cop how important is eat to cook competition. Where your blood cates. But when you blurt in all of the kids easy really worthy of noticed a lot of clubs to know a think nottingham forest the one to have given a thinking eleven diabetes. Now where. I'm coming from his back. In the olden days used to have a reserve to leak use of intimate yet then you reserves and then you i m so pliers. The young kids will be plying. We've seen a pros being in around the dressing room of dan. And that's where lots of players back in the seventies got their character building from playing with made rather than applying just with kids. If you actually players nowadays. Yeah i i i would bet. Majority gem would want to play senior place. The loan the thing about all this. He's competitions you know. It's like when when the but the lower level we'll go back to the eye level in a minute but in the level of will they play it on the twentieth phase into play. The kids get what i mean by the kids they play the kids saw the Using the deal close out of the academy to become bros. yet the only football to play. Good football yeah. Yeah now what you play when you when you're going to play eleven you'll place to make the debut first and foremost when he's not playing particularly well the the money you'll bring a lot of pressure on himself and he'll be a lot of pressure on those plays. I mean your kids don't see i don't feel fear they'll go out and express themselves but the vote physically strong enough when you're plan his experiments to blend in maybe they would benefit from it right at it would make it. Would becky big difference. They're going to blend. in lebanon. Wanted children will make mistakes because of nerves and everything else and if the result goes away the funds a little bit more the government. The bundy jibril little bowed. And the money you will looks at the players with because they don't realize it. I mean so like me didn't bother chelsea's light water looks back but would they turn around and say you know now not ready to go so it makes up. Play is not ready and these not getting a fact. Crack the whip to play basilea pros so for me. I i don't. I'm not really interested in the league company unless trying to get to you teams in the final best of it. It's just because you know they just play. Do you play very weak. Takes and if the what play if the ones if the teams money just play team play the players. What's not plano novella basis. And say excuse to get pizza. So that's another reason why we don't play these places. So that's why you get a lot of or best football clubs for what you're looking at people like be elsa and when he indian gaming in and grow it about in accenture is still going. Want to play some money. I i go into leisure escape. Lead united blake kids right. Look play hockey blended. Then you know there's a right way to do it for me. And i'm not saying that i'm right. Because and they. They had the money. They you know they pick who they want to. He's the cloak. It's the state. But i don't think it does. I don't think it does a club and he goes. I don't think it was players. And he certainly puns any good because they paying good money to go there. You don't want to see kids coming through. But it don't wanna see eleven because they could go down baldy to watch the the you play football on sunday morning. They want to see a play. Bedded-in with the With sena place and see experts himself. See how we can unbelie. And that's the better way to do it. But they football. It's the bandages. What those clubs will pick a play. L. they wanna play a play the play so we can all boat about it but and they do and then not really bothered either other the bandages absolutely and that was molly my only criticism. We birmingham last year. When we went to portsmouth muffin plied probably seven eight or even knowing kids. And i did say it would be much better if that applied three four or five. We've seen a pros and they would have got more experience and more positive experience than getting a little bit of dickin- against a very very average portsmouth's always. But what. I what i say about locks. Yeah i thought that it all right. Let's see that game and and you bellingham is apply. His brother was on the bench last night job. And he's only fifteen so that it a very talented family in birmingham sold one to borussia dortmund but still got another little dollar white to be because an integrated into the first time. That's a good thing about it. And if the good enough they will go through hundreds of looks still feel a bit. Weak and be afraid of things will happen. Won't be up and they don't try to make john's so and they will they will do. It can either make a reagan. And that's the difference with the strong logs. Live bellingham light. You just say they will through absolutely book. Cornered say in association with more football books dot com the wonderful conversation with and on on saturday on a bigger of his work with promoting awful books. Not just books that are coming out now but books that have been out for some time and when there's an anniversary where there's a birthday all you'll put some think cope with terry. Coding birthday is his first book. They'd regret football. Maverick alain notes on islands birthday allen. Olsson's autobiography the workman's ballot. So he does that and he'll put different books. Bain added different times two birthdays anniversaries. Which is absolutely fantastic. Because we missed so many books as holding trajan thousands and thousands of brilliant football books and he sent me one of these book markers and is also semi one of these mugs as well so thank you so much and and bullied dundee going forward. Were rose as we support project some big fan of his work. But i'm a big fan of your work was a big fan of you win. Always a kid and you as a player and me. The ball is i. Di- sir so talk us through your brand book and for the why of already got the tall Full your next book. While i'll tell you later yeah well. What were what. I will say about the bulk. Each of these all the all the football clubs up late in. And i'll play it. I should say and he's about obviously big part of about bio for sheffield wednesday and everything else what goes Goes along with that. But i want people to buy during george and let them give me that opinion of it but you know i think he's going to be a good read but he's not. I don't like to say about myself. I mean the thing. Is i look at it now when i was playing football and i never used to say things about myself. I'll just say you know if i agree with it. The tactics of the money would be so far way but the boat. I need obviously is sell the book in a sense. But i should let people know but i won't people to buy i look at it and then let them give me on his opinion of it. You know we're not consumes in this. Why did i call it. Give me the ball. Because i always wanted the ball and play these football clubs. People like back cliffs everton plus it whereas it used to those. Get him the ball. You know 'cause i wouldn't. I wouldn't even if many mistakes still wanted. The ball i said was looked for the ball and when i will play an instill play when i when i go watch games now you still there scowls boy the ball. If he's not playing well to the thing about lies the you gotta get a play. What can make things happen. And i was one of those players again. He'll be you good bye. Good place division football. But i've enjoyed doing. It was your job. And i've all that it doesn't even come out yet. Sold fifty books yesterday and today and tomorrow we'll along And then we're gonna push it will take you all day but i think he's going to be a good seller love already posted on your social media's and other conversation with you today there are a few dollars messages people wanting a book fans it also asking. Will they selling copies of answer that for you. Yes there will be so you're gonna be selling it pretty much via social media's jefferey out so we will be a pretty good day for us to give your social media so it's on twitter. It's at terry koran underscore. Eleven a man. Quran dash terry eleven. Which is yeah personal. You've got to to that going back to that. I let the Publishers are two hundred fifty bucks. Yeah they will. They wanted to but after they go through by sites yet. Because you know you get sick. Indictable the people making money out euboea amazon. All these other people's affected john will go down. The road will sell them all social media. When i'm going to ball gums when into announces an and selling on my social media that you just put out this one and then we're going to benefit from me. John and not people like you know they make money out of people. So we've agreed that's how we're going to do it so if people really wanted it they will get. It will be able to find on our social media on social media with you and type. And i'm gonna put into one or two of the places They built together absolutely on facebook. It's terry current official or your personal facebook page which is teri quran and we have got show accounts as well on twitter at coron view and then on facebook the coding view and also a group the current view which i post up modern things. Things that's going on today and a bit of what went on yesteryear because we've got other group pages where of got one sixties and seventies you've got one sixties and seventies to and we post the podcast pictures and an all things of yesteryear because we love to reminisce about the good old days. How does these book differ from the regrets of the football. Maverick t say well. There's a lot of things in it. Similar not similar. I mean the thing about it was about made my upbringing and everything else what i did a in football positi. What been talking about for forty years about the. I've crashed trying to win the ball entertaining funds but people left at men when i said the transfers ten million tons by would be foreign culture. There will be more for planning. There will be all stadium in on asia by the sheffield stat about it and be reported laughed at me said that will never getting by the way because one sambas incomes in and google twitter and all these facebook. I mean when you look at what's happening in football in time you look to on this engine with messianic off the name i would they can afford it but what will happen is more big money comes into it and that's how they're going to pay you know but it's lots of different things in there. There's lots of interesting things from the google play. Chef your wednesday jeopardy united everton south county. Great plays aflaid. You're so the book itself is worth is worth yet. And your i q and i will be on saturday at the city grind ronit. Yes ba first was the sitting down. Because obviously that's what it started to doncaster. So i will be doing. The rounds will be will be going to support clubs questions answered. Anybody wants to book me. That can book me so facebook so that type of thing. That's what i'm gonna do it. That's how we're going to sell it and we're gonna see how it goes from there and it will be great to see terri quran in the flesh asking those questions of boat those else in dies and i'm sure that most pubs in sheffield will want a little bit of terry koran if you listen to Johnny wins show on sunday between non and eleven on talksport. Johnny's gonna give you book shot as well so the more the more sharing and rateau eighteen as well. You know getting getting out there to the massey's one he's going to be doing local sheffield. It'd be doing radio nottingham video dab so we're going to all the push them all out to all all various because he's got things in the book for all football and also to say i mean i'm not a fan of any of those teams but people like me. That are genuine lovers of football. There's lots in there. In fact i'll probably get more out of it than inevitable. Fan or order sheffield's and found for instance because all the whole of the career of terry where you don't tend to find the football fans of a specific club really only want to know what happened while you were there up there football club and launch and read and listen to the stories of all footballers of that golden eye each well always the starving age. Rv over religion as job is not the story. I mean i. i'm. I'm really because go to big big birmingham city. I'm a big sheffield wednesday fun but if anybody plays my team beats and i'm not going to get you say down solta about it. I'll look at it and think right. We've gotta do budget. But i want to phrase the opposition because if the played well i want to look at least they'd played well you know if mighty muslim play. Well what is is it. The philosophy is a to. It is the money that type of thing. But i always want to see a game before that's visit volvos. That's what fans deserve. Is that i mean the always been we all know that plays getting off days like like like anyone else but as long as they giant play. Football try football. So there's lots of the chest installed using the book until chill i can say is well worth. If it's only half as good as you first book it's going to be an absolute best seller knowing you the way i do. It's going to be even better than you first book. It's going to be a page to an is the most boy football book for football supporter of more clubs as it is for everybody and and he's revie body was what really looks. Football looks team but look football. What's to say entertaining football. There's lots of good things in there about the bunches play for. There's lots of good things in. There is all play with disappointments. The is the lows but simply starve. Isn't it. he's got a lot of different things and for for for all types of different phones. It's it's a mixed bag of just fantastic football memories second book to say recommendation or rather their recommendation from more football books dot com check out the facebook and twitter pages go as we share them on our socials as well is angels with dirty as the footballing history of argentina written by jonathan wilson on the big fan of jonathan. Wilson's work without. Don't read it for until the books that he writes. I've got so many books that say every week one of these days. I'm gonna read more books. It's gonna take me if i leave to vote to wouldn't don't think i'm going to have enough time so a better start. Pretty quick the moments. I'm reading time of my life. Boy roy covina and it's a fantastic book manchester united from about nineteen fifty two to sixty six. So i'm going to be doing another podcast with roy short lakes. He's got another book on the seventies of of manchester in audited checks. Wanna go on many looks at terrific book which talking about the logs of our friday. Distefano donna studer recount the Little boy wonder just moved to patty signs. Human lauren o. Messy and it looks as macy's in something that we can probably do in that from three with mbappe by a nighmare. They season is incredible in germany. Great to be books like that and read about interesting things about great players just at the same time i bought purges both yes i bought john burgess book and and obviously had wanted to problems be sounds of it problems with bandages and now wanted to play and he started to slowly topic clubs but i can relate to it even that level because you know if i if i owned the bunny. Jawad really appreciated him and he brought out the best in india. Anybody wants to buy a book. They want to try that because he's found it very very interesting. I couldn't down jumper thirds votes and forty very very very very justifiable. I really enjoyed it. And i'm reading book. 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Yes i'm looking into getting into that as well very shortly but by all these books by mentioning him of trying to promote them through through the pump. You know some people will fight these really interested in the end. Might not find it. But the mike great that is we will debate of it if it wasn't for the gabby county all these guys what he's doing and promoting all the is football and the fund because without the fans we've just seen how the funds out to a football coach guests with his damning when we finally in the game she's been absolutely board and it is fantastic. You're absolutely right to say. Fans in the ground when apply schools. Go running with the supporters and the joy on those faces because for that knowing minutes. No matter what you do in your life what your situation is you forget. All about their meals worries. And you just get lost in not knowing symphony. That's why should be about entertainment as well. Okay so always great to win when you go away and you're entertained and you'll fulfilled you win and you play well as well. I think you have to go down there and you try to educate entertain trying to win the game. You know defensively boring to watch the funds will thing we don't go by what a good game that while play building. Bellingham is wanna go play. Some balls is what plans your vertigo blade messy. See that type of thing and the talking say -joyed even though the team got to go away thinking talking about this boy's gonna be the next best thing so that is what i want to say without a game is to go out and try and win a football much absolutely the joy and the hope an to give a good show to another podcast. I'm a massive fan of his fellow. He's podcast i think he's a coolest The cat on the block. Steve perryman and steve perryman podcast. It it does a great little podcast without in tom. And that's as odd guests as well and just listening to stave talk taught them and it will be asked a question or they'll just brought in an you'll talk about a situation happen any just blocks or you go into. The org shouldn't a an apple tree. Each goes into in talks by locks ago was a alan. Mullery is a great story on the lightest. One alamo louis was pissing myself laughing. That story so check him. Galway's steve perryman legend of apply and the legend of podcasters. Well and he's brilliant brilliant. These explains do you know people say to me over the best team played for iraqi telling you dab counting as close a great. A great little was great local. It'll get full speaking out if he's football game but let like lots of folks but you know i play players like charlie george. Daily bruce real. The mustn't mc file and debuted colin tug if we have money genetic okeechobee because he had big problem second monday night. with visuals. white bambi broke but wash challenge. Sometimes i lost davick being i could do. Things took place used to say that. But charlie would you play you. Play the fire inside though you play the game itself and jelly. Because we'd local shout crossbar. The ball was crossbar and he do little things five games where he chipped the ball and the whistling the speed of it with the ball. Go back you know. We're talking about twenty. We're i e ads and because we on the ball combat. I mean these things that the players would learn from the great plays. What's in the game itself. And he's pretty in a lot of that has been disappearance. He's talked to spread out of the game. But this disappeared out of the british game. Absolutely so say charlie. I mean charlie was a free course not really it was it was a bloke when he was a kid. I remember rudy. Tally said i applied against charlie. We would abate fifteen. The audience applying for west. London and charlie was playing for incident in the reply. All and he said he he just pulled from anywhere he was just. You could say as a kid. He was just incredible. It got less rightful great. Football brain is so blind church sublime coach. You know that ball never let whatever weight came into and just killed it with an with an it just killed it. You know the power. His shoot the power in his israel. They athleticism giving out on the pitch. What does it gain about with the pitch along the forward line you know now a day defendants were turn bound to say to people like me all celli you. They will sort these out you know. I mean the game's changed from that type of thing but what walked a play. Walsh charlie george. I mean water play any less definitive nina loma would accidents of doing that. But well what did you tell you exactly what he was. The blade stopped. yes the blades. It stopped and he went. It didn't joss roy right. What does that is job. Which by the lecture take. And he's got to clean the blade but killed still. Get peace and on the jew to wipe it but these are the balance and you set off on believable believable but what to play mortar place. Absolutely we referenced earlier of just on lightest podcast with how easy seven. Anybody was delicious to a list to eleanor. The gabby kathy absolutely brilliant or these savings and there's a lot of funny funny little antidotes g with sense uber into brilliant. He so full night. Eleanor as you have an opinion of people and you watch him. Pliers footballers book as one of the funniest persons of ever ever known loins that it comes with a main with always all belly laughing every podcast that we've made there's always been a belly laugh in there because it comes out we drop lawrence. One line is really fantastic. Was unabating the bottom. He said he was good at eighteen. The bar in the seventies pahlavi's applied within the i-it-it's which leads us noise leans football masters magazine. dot com. A volt in association with those guys is with birch in case on the twenty fifth. These mondays sixty four. We've had him at stoke. yeah yeah. We're not combat from seattle. He went back to chelsea and he was only really playing reserve. Football a chelsea borate. Tony want into. It wasn't a manager. A taller him. It was bill asprey and be the it got a god i. The hudson was back from america. Basically a what. Intern might contact. Allen says the only brought me back to stoke because he wanted these drinking back or the added tremendous told me in that second spout at stoke. He'd say they worry in a worst predicament than the first on when he first joined the periodical son combeback and saved them. And we've got again a podcast about those stoke dies on asociados sa made and if you wanna look at any of the videos that we do that. All on their all astro shows for the individual shows as well but yeah birch in what a great lot twenty eighth of august nineteen fifty. Six born in enfield started off what he was awesome. It was awesome with a bright in leary. They were they. Would all kids growing up cutting was there and as well as glenn roeder and what we said earlier what you said earlier locks awesome and all those good kids but not necessarily do they all come through at that football club and glenna to go elsewhere to a career as did lowry as the case. David i went through it. You know what when you look at what you'll get to kane yet right. We know he's been taught all his career. He went to millwall august team. Who go so. let's team molested. Yeah to go out and get gained guy. Get the experience i will look out. Players did players. They go out of business. Listen to what different manages after. say so. you're not one hundred percent. What you're saying is one of the percents. An agreement you and then he went to which timely nineteen seventy-three and moved to birmingham seats in seventy seven norwich state. So he's played for both east anglian clubs in spicy. What ten seasons when over to metric applied for jacksonville team combat to stoke full. That's where it's aimed with the plight. Sunland also finished his career at chester amoy seventies interview with teeth and is really funny. As well coffee's very drawing tell some great stories told a wonderful story about tommy smith. When he was a ipswich time you went out for bowl. Any with these alba. We call it. These failure in his mind is thinking. Please don't let it be tommy smith. Please don't let any could long story short. She was so we smash thomas makes snows. Tommy brings out that more lawyer vs. I'm brian looking back for the referee. Kate said what you're gonna do. We says will not a lot. But close your suggestion play on the wing and i played against yeah well simple play for doncaster rovers. Yeah when he was here and bell nip and the person is. Snap you fucking if you do that again. And i love him. But i was one of the cheekily. Loggers what did bother and so i would do it again. And you know we will come in. And he would but eddie's career when he went swazi and mike you babe don't gusto and sheffield wednesday played against him to roll. Chef your wednesday. When i play for sheffield wednesday but the great great to learn that even though you play against it because you knew that they were going to rattler by any new that we're going to try and intimidate you with you know with experienced and everything else leaving the stone. Say but he taught you out quick debate otherwise they would leave the strips down your and your the smiley type of rose to the game. You know you're going to be a player. All well played. yeah. I was a good thing about him. Yeah exactly fair. Social y- fed off the pitch animals but then after he played the birmingham one of the first games of the season. He said no. We're not for this ball was going up and open open up. Come and that a wall in a ball on the floor since andrew's and tommy smith was looking over. It didn't think i forget you. did you. son. The brilliant mind is fantastic. But our we've got forbe's yay fridge for you get rattled yet. I five minutes to you. Because nobody's uses chose timid. Let let's see what trump. It's also you know you said to me last you know. What are you gonna do about it. It's i won't so right and then next year. Well that's the second. What's the first one for me. You know you get so angry with china these referees real but again that's what the guy was like back in the day. I'm looking at the guy in to die off all the players pliers to know he said the players to friendly are member scientists. You know we've always at chelsea and legion audited did you did you know each. Did you drink with each over off the at excetera. What i've noticed is that we didn't we didn't like them. You know we did law liken. It wouldn't have been the sign we wouldn't have had signed battles and i think they used ice. There's a lot suppliers. Don't even swapping shirts off toy more before the guy and put in the arms and the opponents and and guess wading your kid that was brought up in the seventies or apply that plight in those days. It's almost i what the players do today. Well that was a lot of that starts with money. Just oh yeah. I'll tell you i can't say i can't say a why plays viking possibility would go you know because after he came up to me and i would use up to have to the money just took said. Don't be talking to. Don't be shaking hands with him and don't be well the shirts nowadays. But when you've been player don't think as long as you work out. John win the game. Show that you know and respected. You don't play again. There's also as i liked you know some of the same old. Got off kenny. To get off. But i had made him as a player after you know so i would want to be in them days. I still want to talk to him. But i could. Why but we may well once again. Mugabe off give it. I would like that. Because jack without you know the next bit rages rain and same really that i look at it as well. We're about a dig. Don't mean to put something. Afterwards in odi is equally executive walk. Why were for. The other players would the elder animosity that when he played. Yeah because you'd have jack o. And johnny giles. Did i mean they could be so good. The team chelsea in there. Don't worry about. oh they died. They all had those hatchet men. And roy amid joust non non more notorious net ron chopper harris yet. Well we always shows are best. Kept his bowels. Yeah look it and it shows you choose. How many times you see are we stayed on his feet. I do not know. I'll be honest token to said chopper to these watching still thinks best. You'll go down seeing incredible. Don't always stays on his feet when you look. It's incredible i mean. It takes a wrong walkout at your book. I think most of the playa would've gone down but token by george best george at the greatest balance of football night without any doubt without any doubt like all these great players. He has that ballot. But i would disagree with all. This judge did go down and take the piss. Out of chopper is slow. Even that count bring me down and he will do to school the goalie tech. You wanted to go pass somebody else. And i think that would be george. You know because it couldn't be obviously some of his fouls would absolutely own believable. Now we are waiting. Get savings injuries. I'll never know is incredible. But for me when i watch and i am older than anybody else when i watch jim i look at it and i think maybe self. What doing this purpose could anybody anybody else. Vast vast majority of players would have gone now would have done now josh. What did keep going it. Look at the role of the crowd. It was incredible. How are we did it And the reason for the say on his feet absolutely to the crowd lifting. that's great. I remember you know studies up many feeding but he's on june. There's a he sees shua going to play. You won't about cooking alley play out. We you know things. I would love to see to players do it. But i mean. I was watching television sancho messing about with a ball a site decided and sent to me like i said you know what i would. I used to do that. Some of the money kimball. Jack would do it do it. Macbooks will do it will do it. That would say if you mess them out which fix by yourself. All in a game go into a circle. Jewish circus circus. Totally going to that way if if the opposition. What you're gonna do. It's gotta be the team you know somebody would come out and say well. We don't know what he's gonna do. Good what you. what do you do. Pull back i'll send it back or central play. I'm going to downsize time. And joey me in brussels me that gabby leaders. It's quite incredible beside the certain managers coaches with that type of philosophy it. Oh there's a go. Just go out and entertained on. just go do what you gotta do. Take what we have got to do is. We've gotta go shortly. Cause it's almost an hour rope. The vacuum cleaner is foreign. As we talk we're going to look a feature on the podcast match of the die now. In the olden days match the wasn't imag or resigned all the premier league of posted overview of shefa wednesday's games and evidence. Why win you destroyed luton on on a match day game. It used to be three games. They didn't have to be from the top flight to think your game against stanfield when you score. The window was one of those match as well. So what we can do going forward. We're going to look at next week. The fixtures and give me what your match of the day what could be from any league it could be could be from from a conference league but two teams that you funds that guy match the die so well what you say much today me from washington from from from next from next week for instance the match of the day. This week is got to be spurs against manchester city. That's lawyers on super sunday. kobe. Jack greeley. She's debut inner city shirts league debut. Of course they come on in the charity. And i kind willie or wanted which with nestle. Now go into perry. Sandra man does that. does that. Chance cities arm a little bit because the one the league on the pep. The one zero win. The champions league always think that they just need to go and get somebody. That's almost guaranteed twenty thirty league goals for the kinds at playa again. Stand all of you understand. Why did you say but do the way out. Plays and thinks a lot dip body else. Time would time would add to that to ensure but the thing is the thing is we came. And i'm not saying you weren't gabby. Janis is petzold with awe for me. A little pet. Yep these these has been a bunch of cities in the champions league. I wouldn't say look a prime example. Torres look will be put athletico bridge yet. yeah it goes to chelsea yep and look so so so how can that happen. And i'm not saying you got jovica. Because the way she could play probably would him. Yeah but fetch got things he said and he might not think gains would fit his style of play. We might think it would. But it's a dodger dodge. It makes you think why pep because when you look at every major center over these at did you know nola. Sorry the paul would ease out yet. Pay got video tell you how do you put a while. It got rid of it back. Were happy when he got rid of it. Even the call him. Yeah abraham they he got the one the but if you'd like to buy munich main goals go over there. What they labradors but when he came into play yeah Gweat wet regret going down. Work out a team you know. So so it's it's it's a fully wanted. Would i buy advocate. If i thought it do it do Team will go. yes award. But there's a limit to what i think is worth fifty to sixty thousand. No and if you said well if if date opening champions league there's no bessie i mean aldo. A beat the best to place in the world in these last. I mean those winning three times. Yeah but twice but when you look at they should be. We need la basis. If you're gonna go about lying if you find the best show redel dope you expect it to the champions league and yo y'all easy self now then plays only three times and twice people south in that. Say only i'm just using your. Should we have russian but could get good. Could govern guinea could and say anything can think the powder sanju man do look as though that seems to be. We've all the implies as you sites we've seen it before we voted for instance real madrid. We win the gut went in the avenue. Bill the galactic goes it doesn't million exactly leg ripple giant absolutely doesn't necessarily mean best team best players. They gonna win things Seats just think of always look to kota boven if a managed just one thing and i think just that natural goalscorer because i just don't think that jesus is the playa and i think that eleven doffs go or are they kind would be great. I think all in would is well but they're not gonna go from djing football club manager without a question of a doubt i mean liverpool people going about liberal opinion of them as for two years. They press they would. They won't ever be bald. They wanted wanted to win every game for two years. They were out yes about that because choose good. You hours plays to work that legal for two years. It's gonna take energy out of you as it's up yaojie of the plays engine because of that. What i'm trying to say is if you've got the look at all the top money just allowed the world what would make trophies. You know strong players. And he's ugly. No strong players look at a new look at two percent german and i liked. I liked him as way. I remember a play. I like it as a money yet. He's still anything now. He's got to get the best out of all these players together. Because you know we gathered what anybody says. And yes. I think they do. Get out named myron. Mexico's wendy when the late together loaded. But they would still be out trying to do each other. I don't think messy does. But i mean when you look at neymar east full of tricks of things like message the early ball at times. Yes yep we'd be talking about him as one of the greatest players of all time. Yeah it's only because it wants to three freestyle in games. Yeah i think it is too much. Because i'm talking about the game. Now your windy. You can still put note magazine. You can still put all your visit. But not as much as he does name in a game itself absolute especially when. He's still nils. When we know the potent which he's got in yet could give him a winning goal and sometimes i think yoga does it you know but but what does it you look at it and you think wow you know but it does all team and that's what the good money just get. Get the best out of your place and to do tonight. Think it probably example. I saw grabow bunch of city. I've never seen any of the football to about eat. He wanted against the goalkeeper. I'd have never seen it. not take. That shows side that city for a few games and he played the ball ourselves that will shuttle power power. Because you would i would. I would have never saw the guebre look you but we can and we certainly odd. Say we're gonna get. We're going to get all one nil. We add an absolute dreadful forecast. We got everyone wrong. Both of us apart from the last one coventry versus forest are put win for coventry. And you'd put down to one nil win for forest so one one absolutely stoughton apply because looking at it come jewel. Founder betty tape trying to win the but my my dingo forest team pick might pick in that game because all of us odin the mecca mistake and then come back into it but didn't get back into sculpture with the best team that played the best football. It only about the timing wants to skuld that. Go on to win it. you know. But i've tried to tell the forest and he's not knocking because he was a great football. I don't wanna watch these teams play the play to negative. That's my understanding of chris. Christie's law he's very pragmatic. Don't law pragmatic manages a lot managers that troy and go and get it seems to win the game rather than when the get the lead back defend because they just think that's a recipe for disaster. So that's our game of Matching the die for next week. So we'll talk about match of the day on the back of. How would you say you go in there. And so i and four mostly without predictions. We start off with the match of the day. How would you say this one. Go into say spurs at versus manches. I think this will be a three newer obviously tottenham. I've got to implies walked the monday you would have liked yet. He wasn't the first joyce about egypt. Daniel leaving this is still a term while we became will. I don't think it will if he plays will begin under percent because he always does that. He may be having weight limit. He's not scoring goals. Making see if the chance go very party it keeps keeps going so i don't think he's quite right. Talk them and only time will tell. But i think this will be the three-nil muncie to i'm going to go to one mansi. Think you'll be closer and jack really. Super jackson scored the winning gold. He's debut fantastic everton versi size. I'm in tubul club. Stacey former clubs go into it said he's going to go put it all. I'm not a big bonito's yet. They all report ball. Southampton's lost a couple of good plays which you look about the just signed a couple of good now quick now quickly they fit in. I do the money for one zero. Yep i'm going to go on. One is brought against the united game. Monday night did look for. Yep soldiers organiz so disjointed. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go one one as well paced Daub paper lost. Obviously you're in the cup four nil. Why plymouth but tonight that many challenges you can't read anything into a guy and a noble leaked beat dry it surely policies. Yes get some competition of changes. Yeah i'm not knocking. Stop wiser jewish yet. But i i wanna get into play. Absolutely really gets of. I think moody's don't bow under the circumstances at dahbi counting. I'm gonna go for you laugh at this. I'm gonna go for a one way with winning goal coming from mauritian. We'll have beaten you to do these things down as your talking enough. Put them to one dob. Dob your win a lot louis c. Play that plays from darby. I think he's a tremendous player. And you they've got so many young kids. Lots of east going wrong guy. Bobby i liked it. Rooney's still wants to play. Football absolutely auto wind does he not to effective. You know he's going to is going to play football. We're gonna get with it. We could get some experience. Plays into it. But he's not going to bother him so i think i'll think the be alright. Dahbi i really do. But i do think it'll be okay. I hope they are in. They will because. I do log wayne rooney law philosophy football boom. We need manages law that to succeed overseas fulham. You say these one goal takes again one of the all clubs huddersfield. I don't want to go to. I would go for one nil win. Fulham roy. i'm gonna go. i'm gonna go one. Who's failed just to go against you there. I'll do day rightful natural thing. I will win. Full scale exactly was. But i'm going to go against the grain to go with the same results at ut. See great get get yourself. A verse is born. Odiously one of your clubs and you will be there that guy. I'm going to be that game others. That won't forage to win. Yup i think under scott pack over challenging. I like the way i seen place. Football's go for one. Nell beaumont of gun nobleness. Go one little ball and fonua sheffield wednesday versus dunk. Cast out that same that you love and your plight full against correa. There's only only one winning. This weekend is wednesday. I think it'd be too don't cast even though ducasse do my first to a stock. You football yeah wednesday. I'll be all that. I think law. Let's put some decent plays investing and to give a chance to because i thought it was. I thought that was still because of the financial side of all the players go. But he's you play a but the first part because that will tell you because if the don't don't do well some of these players will be gone. Judge says it will put a an alternate and when you could find themselves in a scenario so this is a really big. I game for sheffield wednesday. I'm going for wedge doing streaming. i'm gonna go One one in guy. Skyway you just being so seeping desimone chest. I did i did i did. I did like you did it southampton we i is possible so you say it's been a ball again. Thank you so much for your love to you and yours. And let's hope that we're all singing. The blues set after the weekend's game and fixtures of football. Look y'all opie james. Do all of you bobby. The birmingham sheffield wednesday. But after now good look job aggregrate. Great season a great saturday. Let's back in the ground. No will just go to join the game. Absolutely an boise sees book all on the social a social media sites. Now what's probably setting ampato. i'd say. Say the book said twenty pow. Voltage your package so we we have to pay shape it off the oldest knoll out. But it's been worth doing with it so let's physical seller absolutely thankfully he's been seeing takes a dot com.

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Game Of My Life-Alan Hudson Part 5

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Game Of My Life-Alan Hudson Part 5

"Around when i ask way the governor said we're going to talk about the knowing teen seventy one cup winners cope fallen on in athens. We're gonna to talk by the lead up to it. You know the aftermath than and everything that surrounds chelsea's first european conquest fifty years ago. Yeah it's it's amazing and it's it's it's still a fantastic. Talking point of amd it was Was a recognized. Record breaking sharon thing stamford bridge. Way they'd never seen nothing like it it. It was a little bit longer. Lines of this lockdown season in many ways pandemic season because the crowds were very spouse in athens about the replay when the replay was going to be able to cut played cock-up much like the fullest is with all these games played on ridiculous dies. That's what happened in athens and it was again going back to the pop team thing we. We started off in in greece. We start our first gaming grace against the lanka and we. We found ourselves against the club. Team on earth gracie's the would the real madrid team that that's Two evenings did make one little challenges. But borgia was in goal. Lewis benito zarko pirelli zony zenica. Think that's how you pronounce his name. Grosso valez peres morrow and the only name Remember all recognize is francisco. Hint was one of the great real madrid. Players of the fifties wasn't yeah. Yeah he was he was in. With the great these define ivan puskas day played in nightside so and as find me. Johnny ball is still laughing. Because johnny bowl mocked him and the swap shots of him and he had he had a now show. It was wrong night. In america when he was in tampa bay and the president is somebody i said. That's not what you do. John on defense. I said wow. It seems a a good idea. I said what was i. Remember heading coming on and you've got to take watch else it. Which made me laugh. So we'll your experience you don't come on the fulfill where your watch. It eats it to the bench and it was running along the line with a bowl. It was like it was like a sunday gain. It was like a game park. You know. I look because because only because of the buildup and the youth are not nine what was going on and it was. It was quite funny and few that boys which will on to say that. Why on the fuzzy in between the guy. Yeah and that was the first guy but i did my challenge fleets s come on in the plight in the second guy instead of perez and kenzo with was on the bench. Manuel us plight. So that's where the watch comes from the. He wasn't where he wasn't prepared. That you know. I sofala being sixty five. You couldn't have done any minutes. Pat said about the. You know the johnny johnny volta scenario is is fantastic when he tells people attend our nail thing a mouse in when he was the real and But it it. It doesn't really tell the house soy and the and the to what nobody ever touches on you know. We all assume for the success story. I it was a great fate. What we what we did. But i think the k. Moment was when i watched the abbot. Yeah i didn't see him engine but a not even a commentary a new bad it a common sight on a period looks like he's out news arm like he's he's a is on. Well i see perry come out the tunnel before the game with like a plaza coughs on his arm from the game so he got injured in and that swung the guy y you could say when i say about one plant i might contain periods of most incredible. I've looked him up and seen what was remedied in spain and Any show the first guy music medicine and the you know a on a scale you know you seem i some bitter like without tech greeley's for the last twelve games with this this show you in the replay us it's I remember charlie cooke myself looking ivorian before. Well this is our night. Because you know i've played with a broken arm with broken and in fact against accent you just come you come play under percent when you you've got injuries like that wouldn't wouldn't be. It wouldn't a just wouldn't be allowed to play in day game. But he played this not with half with very badly strapped and that costs remedy game. Think now the first guy. Can you remember the chelsea lauren o. Powell i is it a guess. Let's David wet weapons on dempsey and run harry sprite. I i didn't it wasn't it. Yes eating eating. Like he was he was gonna tolerate time in that time and I'm personal problems. I think which we weren't going to at eddie was fantastic friend of mine and he was in a bad trauma that science would imagine revolt. Patty matama at patty was so friday was side with johnny. Was right back yet. Yeah johnny ball was wanted. I would be well whiting out Because he could play there and could come into midfield and the job You know the the couldn't fly out for him because he was too small but other enterprise upfront. But i think he was a apply them but an equal blanco but john. John was a great usually. I would i did jon allen. Cry jump lied in the first game. He did the second as a very good story beyond that as well And then obviously osgood yet tommy baldwin cave in the first guy tommy with sub for the first guy. Yes yeah yeah I've mentioned somebody because of see flashes of the replay when he come on tensai well And nobody has been obviously charlie and obviously yourself and the great year plates of benito was in gaul setting guy. Tommy mean for john hollings. John didn't play in the replay. The first game was on the knowing teen of my and dive guy view the day off and you played on the friday forty four thousand was the attendants in the first game knowing team thousand nine hundred and seventeen. I think the madrid fans went opened. The chelsea fan slipped roughing in athens and on the beach. Yes it did and that was. That was a time when it happened to what it could happen. Today's date well. You could do. Yeah that brought the on to see what what to do for the reply but some because we we haven't really come full would really we have in years but we have any intelligence but in that time we had the the most incredible fans remember the fault matching fans told me that when we played the reply all traffic. I said the blue that ni- wasn't read. The chelsea fans went up there and drives and they took over manchester. And when the push to shove in athens that they couldn't. I want to believe that we had to stay over play again on the friday. The older boys file accounts. I only went for the one night and they were flying. I'm that not officially in the morning. And next thing you know. They wanted to stay for the replace so they will hold their money. They all put their money in a tough each out. Some slept on the beach and stayed flew back the next day An way was five survive back in. Hey fro on thursday morning and an he said that we got about two days later on the side of the moment So that's how much of a cockup that was. Can you remember much of the first guy goes all schooled nominates in well eleven minutes into the second offer fifty six minute and zarko scored the equalising goal pretty much with the last kick of the guy who scored in the knowing teeth minute. Yeah yeah Remember too much they say when you plan if i fond embrace it you know sometimes guys it flies by guys. Iv had and you wish you could play the game again a remember. I should on the record books. I was free to go to be in a in cycle. Smashed me gladys should have been a penalty about. I should also discuss that. This silent up foul me. So i would have been in the record books. The first chelsea scorer and carry that angel fruit guy. Maybe was what we call now. You must have had a score dead leg. I mean the fi. And i was. I was more concerned about. I wasn't concerned for that guy. Because i didn't know we were going to draw of this saying go to reply. It's a the guy kinda pastas pie and it went. It seems to flash by you know when i scored announcement it was you. You really wouldn't. I would be telling your life if i knew what went through my mind and they are off after match. I don't really know what we've done. After the match by having a clue of s it was if it was if you live in some kind of dream you know you just woke up the next day and awful mccollum. I missed last year's fm cuts. I'm not gonna miss a reply. And i didn't even tell them i was in and I went to the flea market and the giants. Okay off the mark on the mood. Just how you keep you know you today. You've probably i sit and the culture or whatever retreat which we used to do i just by wilkin elfin the i walked off and then jumps come back to the hotel and on the wildest stopped off at the athens hilton of not wanting to go in swim. That's when i looked by the pulse. I i see free of top plays in that having a pie and that was on the says the afternoon Which which was a such a payrolls could despite celebrate off. The guy does not before and he said. Leave it to me. That was enough. But david said ed you can have the day off thursday. I remember watching them. An interview with peter osgood and he says which is what we usually doing a day off. The drink is back. I mean he couldn't have a chinese session because it was like my we'd already played fifty sixty games a season with the fa cup. The league cup and the the league matches it come to a to the final. We must have played sixty matches. That season So chinese such make any difference at same wouldn't have made any difference. Because i didn't even know about the i would say much about the team is what we did and i never heard of perry And then you come again you come up against a plaid. Is that when you haven't been sold about even you find out It was much like planning silent. Boy nine in seventy goodison in While performance in that and then now we can put up with his fallow period and he was magnificent on the. You know you might say the show in other positions and that's why all ram we again ask spirit goes for but that tim that thursday round. The pool in the athens in there was nothing. There was charlie cook and johnny baldwin with jani finless. Well was there wasn't any money on my how one of the most famous people that come at chelsea with Johnny feno and he was a terrific full. Lots of like many many of his generation a played in cut faded. Wembley an embassy cup final with Guedes who's the nephew sterilizer. And hey So i had john new lots of pride when we jump was a big chelsea. And he's a big charlie coke fan and he and they sat round. They sat rounded out. Two tables pushed the gavitt to get older drinks on. It was so much alcohol on. That's one i think to myself. It would have made a great you know. He's like the marks made a great comedy if the row madrid coaching. Managing coaching team into a applies to Tonight a full. I would not plan similar them. Free that sandy did for the best plaza. Charlie cook payroll is gonna tell me boating and that's good and then all of a sudden that out they woke and osgood skulls again like i would like us could do nails Of what you did in his life his back on and he said to me. Look you've got you've got an on. Like son woke off and got her husband because she will do my running for me tomorrow enrich i'll skull i needed was just knowing it was still a teenager now. Twenty first of may was was reply. That was in a month before you Your twenty th birthday. You must have been one of the youngest pliers bridge pliers to with being in a cup winning soit in europe. Yeah maybe another. I've i've never really looked. And i'd come out come a long way of. I'm to me in your. It was probably one of the great experiences supply against Probably one of the greatest prize in the world at that time we played in bruges in belgium and they had a fabulous team and they like should have helped us out Over there in belgium like this to nearly should be eight neil. A goalkeeper jump selects was out this world and they had robbie rensenbrink on the left wing and he was known as george best's on that side of europe and he was a magnificent fly really was and You know just the experience allow when football fans talk about football. And i said well you done now until you've been the field with them and i say yeah yes we we could say it and say on sally with the guy but you really don't know until you you've been close up and personal with people that the rugby rent some brink. Was you know you. You've seen joe ceremony. The gold against west ham we base about five plaza know spicing any called full financing. I had to happen but they don't. You know you. You actually add to be beyond that field of into see see. The genius in an pose is like only spaniards tell their grandchildren ways. Like to try and get a bowl of lionel messi. Spectator might think now. But i don beat absolutely roy. In so many times on the radio where and pros i have never played. I'm an and sometimes. It wellings the final hour. I've played the game is simply safe school thing. He sees a different level in you spots on. Unless you've played the guy and played against those players you do not know right. Those players are well. Yeah yeah i it's. It's until it in his summit said in a hour an hour issues. You know it's There's a difference between the club plow in an international flight step. It's a step up. Is you know this is why the greatest thing. Kate cut cropping up at the beginning. Because i said where they won't be out to do that. Level abu i set the view the big of the stage. You put his kid on the berries going to pay and you could see just loses confidence that he wants supply on that fixed. I'd give me the bowl and he got police output shimpei zone success when he praised exactly the same as he would if he was in the back streets. And that's what you call genius and when you play against people you know. They've got a friend in london sexual for years ago about this greatest. She said kate folding over. You'll cry. i said you'll see as eight from dublin. Make make as is very very intelligent man. And i'll say for someone intelligent while you talkin about you. Just don't know nothing about football you support. Mashing you talk about joe best you know george best you know denny slow you know these people you know. Pull mcgraw but you done nothing about full. Jet greenwich doesn't over time. A encourages people to tackle him where they shouldn't tackle him. Do you not understand then free as on a still saying the same thing. Yeah but he still does ogre foldout old that he gets up picks up the pho- looks at the other player. And he says thank you for that and thanks quick free kick in the area. Do you understand it but some people you just gone educate don't keeps fully over. Go the doctors because clearly if and you got balance she when he's got the bowl is say he's got the most superb balanced. So why would you be on the floor. He said the other night when he came on for allows corbin our the guy and i said he's been at the twelve weeks he's still the most filed clarin the pregnant. Well that tells you a story allowing kate filing in because the only way to stop him exactly another stupid thing that this is. What do they always give the bowl. That's common sense every football team when you got the ball chelsea. You'd always look for good 'cause you know the got the ball. There's more chance if chelsea scored in and it's the goal in all the big games as always delivered because he a superstar a great sense of that we add in this country probably the world at the time. But that young against bruce coming back on the plane what was he was it. Just that feeling of cheese added we get away with that. We can still do these in in the reply back at the bridge. Buddy is a big big ask. Well it's funny. You should ask the question because that's the question that nobody's ever asked me. You know because you know. I remember the token of bill fox about the munich. Air crash in a at the be very touchy is a very tobago. He was fantastic about it and he told me i felt and and that was ever asked me. What was it like the failing coming back and bruised ninety eight you've gained your guy in And it was the first time that we hadn't stayed over a member. We flew back because we such a short trip. I suppose we stayed. We flew back that night. And i remember sitting on the airplane avenue avenue beer and and looking at the window staring into into into into the abyss spies offing. I'm wondering how on earth we go away with two nil. I really couldn't believe on. Johm phillips on my life asia asia special medal that now because if you save when people speak about s- michael when he played at newcastle that not in the stopped an avalanche this was john phillips in inversion it. The film is an offie in we would have been dead and buried. We'd been beat five six seven. We wouldn't have been worth even the bridge of the second leg but we come white at two nil. Osgood have been out for eight weeks suspended for playing out with referees and token by the referees ten in what they really are and And then it was back out there right weeks for the replace that kinda give us that kind of if he hadn't applied in the replay we were out. We would never come back from new. That's against bruges and you really. That's what all's guy if chausson you've said before on guests descibed asking arms than your average dermatologist. Absolutely i plus plus the fact when you see in the modern day you know This might have been this. My of applied to not we might about eighty five percent possession against bruges. It's time for and scored because we had no good and this is what seems to die of a percent possession. Because i got nothing out front. This is full of relegate full. We said that go down. First game of the season eight present possession but nothing out front to seek the bowling like centerfold. Discussing a championship is stepping up to that level in the primarily. Nothing these one goal season. The garden The the the kids a and that is why that is why this bernie again. Yesterday i fully five million fifty million paid in wet weather. They get these fires from I watching the game yesterday. I said what would you meet. Graves have been worth by. You know my god why do you. Why do you keep sticking up for this fellow inside. Look good you know. If he was on charlie chelsea that would have sent him back. But because somebody upstairs in this with a so on oldish money for him they got a personally in. That's what happens but that perseverance in In nineteen seventy one with goodies to deal after four. Talk go into extra time. You ran out winners. Four nail shall shops as you guys must have been going back to the bridge from bruges. Die must've been absolutely shellshocked. Going back from from stamford bridge to bruges. 'cause when you've got to tell you that you've absolutely i ruined. You've absolutely outplayed. Them you should have got more than two goals taking the next leg to combat getting four nil they they just must have been absolute shocked absolutely and i think We felt we have felt because the following year we go as old as we got knocked out by sweetie statement. We were on the aggregate score over two legs. It should have been about sixteen one. They have one show into that was the one that knocked us out and so they must fall if only jump flips adn of at that game a wide and we take chances in belgium. You know how they never went through and they were as a cy. Lead won the european cup that year. Bruce bruce will debate that they were the best team in the competition that nice time for footbridge stay still talk about being the best best. Not that they were because they didn't believe and They only bill the anti belief they had and obviously i've wanted and was in the crowd. That's why i wanted to break the record. The vials good When nobody else wanted Is prayer in the country that time. That could have could go through. And it was him and previous rounds. You went to soviet apply see k. Magnificent home record as did all of those eastern europeans going beyond the incur. That was saudi toll. Ask but you ran out winners in both games against so few didn't yeah. What would that. I kinda showed about that so i think sometimes it's probably like the boy girl situation you know they see a beautiful grad outside the bar and you don't know them you know and you think you go any challenge alvin. I noticed you know that was as we did. We didn't know anything about c. s. k. I we didn't even know anything about our opponents. There was no sky tv. Th-the we couldn't read about and we never thought about that. We just felt we take every got games. It comes and take chances it is. It was a popsy. I shoot again. You know. i'm with the spirit. If we could beat leads the year before that we could be anybody was white wiggle not now in the quality of these teams that we plan was fantastic. You know they they was. They was such good side Apart from the the first game against salonika where we won all the teams with superb and the our new debate was mentioned to say in the over the holidays and that leads us noiselessly to that semi fall. No because they were the holders of the willis cop they were also the holders of the faa cope wasn't nine hundred sixty nine. And that say they're in seventy one. And then you apply them in the semifinal in seventy one again to close games while no one now i remember about. I know we'd bateman as soon as i run out because i shit on the table cloths at my favorite restaurant. They they would like. I bought a coup shares. And i didn't look like matches to say that said one. The lee company is before the fantastic same one of the best things i've ever seen an impact craven cottage one diana football under allison and mercer. They were fantastic. They will come in. They were coming to the end of Some abi and all them calling bell and whatever we maisy we bake them they were to the easiest. One they'll gangs we ever had and we went to match rather won the first leg. One a we we. It was a breeze really And i it's I do believe sometimes like less the winning f. i guess. I do believe something on your names on it. We roy and again rolling onto to to modern die chelsea in the big fallen off against manchester. Well that now now. The dow manages come under scrutiny. Yesterday you know we. We did a cost with Thanks thanks to you with any smaller. You know he talked about. I on the european cut with not wanting to know the what i was told. I was talking about the whole situation with green off. Not getting a captain. He said well. We won the european cup. I mean what's that just about sums. The national team up doesn't it which which what a team that was as well. What what a brilliant football team they were that time and they want it by playing football They didn't win. Wouldn't be in liverpool and wiggled and getting their success with any that the as terrific football team and and obviously dennis was a captain and they said yeah he said we want. We didn't have an nestle insane. Which disgusts up sums up the fbi and and the selectors in the management of of of the country i used to pick teams for mansion either and liberal porn and also and you know whether the top of the legal run the league that i'm like i was a nuclear that it's six mansion. I prize fog liverpool. Plus is what it used to be. Absolutely spots are now because apart from sixty six and we will need in our own backyard. England of never won a major tournament year rose of the world cup. You up on. That might never raised the final. We know we would not define way. Yeah it's an isa is incredible Tell you about. His childhood finally from gracie from athens in a you know. I said you know we have reached the final since nineteen sixty six yet yet. Grace of won the european championships. I fancied him to win it. I said to my friend. Van a corner video lead he said to me you unite them fifty one same play in the naval when beckham scott the free kate against the world this team of big frame in european championships next year. They wanted them come in as a wildcard. They wanted them up. I'm we haven't with every oli soco. Gripe plaza we. We've never got to the final and it. Just it sums up. They find it sums up the manages along the way the manage zoo picks up and price absolutely spot on now because we have won every european cope club european cup since the sixties since it started. So we've had massive success at club level but non international level that i now i know about the the one thing. The misleading stat about this is The the reason the reason being is that they were british english. They were english clubs. But the likes of liverpool renault. Wanda the likes of doubt fitting. And you'd locates when they were at their best. You know you get bremner. Ngos was to english midfield. Plays like that Those scottish and irish in you know the top teams you know how many the great mansion is seeing the paddock from scotland. You know they. They wouldn't have wanted. I mean cloth down With flu we've really wanted with a pup teamed in i delivered. This is one of the great mysteries of oh timeout. Brian cuff on the european cup. Watch with tape. Incredible i think terry Regular podcast with Dhabi in forest applied for both dhabi with better tell them forest but the broadcloth enclosure was genius going into the replay so everything sets off the second game two days after the boys of sober dope. Now not quite. What was he going into. What was the dressing room before the guy. Think the vice gordon last kicker match so we still. We would still kind of off the flight that that was a guy when the you know. We always laughed on. We'll show you know the funny thing about it. I think i'll tell you the story that i was watching the news. One morning and young. Chris hollins was on his son and he was doing this. Poll on bbc is european cup. Final and the fed is doing the news. Seven-hour chris orleans is doing sport and he said. Oh by the way chris. He says you'll father plight in european cup. Final didn't he. What is actually. The cup has cut fun. We did. He said he played in the first leg but never played in the second leg. He says an on the not on the thursday night now on the wednesday of the first game he found my momma linda and he said linda won't be automate the wedding tomorrow. She said what do you mean he said because we drew tonight and they keep an eye on fraud night size. She said now she said you can't stay. You'll best man. This wedded have well. The full does come before the wedding because it pays the bills and he was telling the calc they'll nation they some say so that was out that was a comic co. The situation was now that we're in the desert and the next. I and we have a reshuffle. Luckily you know Jumbo told me this couple years ago one of the most think about is. John tried right back really and disliked the charity. Pride in midfield on. We knew we had to be at best because of theory and once we see perry wasn't on java sent them we that kind of lifted us a little bit more. You know. I watched a little bit. I've watched little bits and pieces of singly. Odd read their side of it couple of some quite slim the relative cam and they said like with a bad same I don't think so. I think we offically terrific. They do that don't they. You know we wouldn't look. We should warn. Know what it didn't look at the guy on both sides going back to that old. You know green monster. The ball combs abc. Instead of being truthful in saying we will beating the best team chelsea ran out two one winners in first goal. Screwball you jumped dempsey. John dempsey was I think i'll pick to old time best chelsea team the other month and was john dempsey was in it I'm a little bit by myself. Because i was what i one as a kid. He was. the fulham center off by. I didn't really right in that highly when it was fully. But when he come into azi chelsea we made is debut together chelsea and a five nil hiding it southampton and then six months later on the top and then eighteen months. We win the european cup with his up and thinking eighteen months. I seem really put a finger Do anything wrong. He was just one of those players that you could. You know he's like. I said the this can't say the plight for less than it was again. Yesterday was superb yesterday. He was on the wrong team today. You should have stayed with stuck with less. The eight never puts a foot wrong. It said pies the standards of south. Don't dempsey i love for that and an apartment that i love alabama. Because he's such a lego headed modest. I think i told you to story. The look caught the handicapped children when he packed up and twenty years before retiring. and anyone. You know you read about these superstars today. An ad live their life and lose a shoestring looking out the handicapped children. So i think that said a lot for we talk about upbringings and everything else some way you come from and i think that speaks volumes for him. I'm in a. I'm sure you'll want to do. It cost him because he's a very very interesting fellow. An i'll tell you one story. I love about this. This is a fella got the first call and it was a volley that if it was if it had been jack greenwich everyone rent. That was stunning. You know he was a senator robert when he was when he was playing for. Fulham he he. He had the he had the city of sense of humor. And that he was alive of that jesmyn. And the the vic buckingham of finger manager vic buckingham sets in one day. He said if you'll light one more time i'm gonna find you and dot com lp. As if i'm m eastern traffic and these days not like i'd like to die. There wasn't like today where you get into trying an hour before and prepare. You know these are like again. The pup pup team children the craving this morning and and then guys i find your father because he was on a bat. Eighteen nine hundred twenty panel league. I suppose in the first division and the ecoed him in and that john got got craving Twenty five dollars ten a politics car inside his car to twenty five to eleven to be lights so vic buckingham would find him so thick. Marketing cody demand. He said i told you yesterday about fine. You if you'd like again. And he pulled five pounds of farthings. Avi pocket in a in a silver rapa. Any money desk. He said they five. He said if it bothers you that much about me being night you know. That's more important things in well. He said i can only apologize for being like you know. I mean the thing. The other day was obama. And this also manage. Your teacher had to teach him a lesson. Leave him out because he was light. He said well that said when i had him he said i used to tell in. The me was a quarter an hour ahead. Turn up on time. There are ways around this. You know And that was the way. That johnny dempsey. His point across to buckingham need fiber that bad habit but the leads wine jarred me and what i do on the side after you know. It wasn't light in athens. He was gone. So i mean you. Roy were fantastic volley. Yes he three minutes. Chelsea one nil up and six minutes lights and thirty nine. Th minute osgood as he said to you in athens. Elton the die before young. Ugo lohman avenue early. 'cause you're to do modern in an all school bang on the mona told me again wasn't it wasn't some out to watch the again. It wasn't so much. scott. I see michigan gates Remedied the away from from the six on the sixty bucks in the commentary said would it did. Come a bit quickly will pay payroll goose. Go from twenty just outside the box eastern swivelled and and start in the corner from twenty two yards. Say it was such great composure. Stroke of genius the osgood ad and yet they're make an exclusive plaza. Ooh been a transit of forty five fifty six million. I'll give him time to settle lane. Well settling into payrolls. Good and charlie cook and tell me voting was going into the hilton before the game and another few drinks. That was settling in and joan dempsey. He was kind of mike he was. You know he. He was trying to make a case that you know i can score scholars. Well if you put me senate forward and he told me that once he said fulham. Pride sent over fulham for about off. Does nothing go by. Go so i was nothing new to him. He was just an exception. Sent off and in the seventy fifth minute sebastian fleetest. It was on the bench for the first game started in the second game and scored a goal to one. What needs to go. Law was a bit shy. You any memories obey when that ball wedding and thinking jesus it's real madrid they combat before he's low. Inca destroy twice in athens while good effects again and we know got the second goal and the one i think it might swung in favor but it was an ad perry been it would aggravate. I think again Winds taking the producing into belgium alive. And an i was written on that cop is no doubt about it. Johnny dempsey probably scott one hour season. Probably and that was it. You know and it was a fantastic. I always wanted treasury treasure. I drive a score. One guy who say it'd be john dempsey's ten and i'll be tapping you know no matter what gary lineker or chair says. Robert try to that goal until my grandchildren about that. What's that you know. Because that was just wasn't outflow of at it. John dempsey was that good absolutely the celebrations after our most of just felt like again from them scoring that goal in the first game from scoring fifty minutes from tom in a second. You're only not all ends to the pump etc etc. When the referee blew that foreign whistle. You must have been not less pliers dead on your feet on the floor. But they joan top locker burner. Because you've won the company that euphoria that adrenaline boost most have been able to make you run from athens back to stamford bridge was I've got a photograph beside him located. Now me marvin hindrance to houston news awesome. We stood didn't fly. David squad Out in the out in the cup winners cup and we looked saga relaxes unbelievable. I don't think it was more relief. That was the end of the competition because it was one of so many ups and downs and we love got into europe. We've gone on holiday every other week. And i think that's why we hoped as well and I think we said in shows up think we had about four or five years With fries with rouse's in the sat and the other savvy it was it was more than it was. It really would have made you know. They got the finger on television. Benadryl now they reckon it's funny well. They should've they should've at out show on their guy in the european cup winners cup show because it was unbelievable and and that leads to the following year new. We run riot blue collar and it was then pants people coming supply and they went down a local restaurants as full pants. People down there without flies so that was kind of fun. Chips plaza. We you know The kings road. Effect a spouse and the thing that no i. I can remember the last thing i can remember that i was about five o'clock in the morning on the end of my bed will picture of faeroes could his arms rights May coming up to give him a hug. And that was the last thing. I can remember looking over the tops of older houses. This uncover-up i don't think i went to sleep We celebrate it until we can celebrate. And i'm offering we've exhausted and i remember. We went to the fulham town whole which. I don't know why what we would do in there because we chelsea football club. That sums that up. And i remember meeting my my uncle for celebration in my local pabo sarah. My in wilton pavin. My head was on a tight when i was out. I blacked out with exhaustion so so it was. It was an exhausting. You know this is the An youtha fief don't never taken. How could they let players play to gaining free days that god knows how they must have felt around madrid off the guy and then getting home. I've been been beaten a juice. I we we would fly. We would fly in all the we didn't eat an aeroplane to get on really we could fly around It was it was an incredible. It was an incredible experience And i think again. I don't think we were given the credit. That was joe. I still probably blue as a color. It's time for bridging. The supposed and don't know is all about. It's incredibly Chelsea blue shirt that Boilers gave away in a moment of a drunken situation. In style. you give you also but in a completely different manner than why didn't you what i did. I thought it was in my full had gone to gripe my friends grave and it was. It was caught something that i got back. And i i really wish i had gone to the rights to be perfectly honest to kate. My friend won't because he died too young thing that you you were out the you know i got the phone call died after winning. Christine matthews secretary We have fun call a friend. Who does he's very very you in an hour so much up. It was in a wheelchair strike. Masha of roommates. Said you always wanted apply with chelsea. we did. You've lied last not denison. The anne i always led to believe he got buried initia- and i wanted him to get buried in the ship and it went to a bad place. It's a rifle pricing. And he was such a lovely kit as well as just shows you the two sides life you know. They're a young man then maybe year over to me. I used to see him in a lot in common with the man seen he's had difficult talks in family and and it was almost when he spoke to a look to with stars in his eyes. You know if. I could apply chelsea what i knew. That show went to the right place and when i walked in any kind of from went into you cut when his cop and you're on such an income that is machines grant after saving him. You know i think he died about. Freed is lighter and the you know really crushing that wealth and it shows you what. It's all about really what lots sold out in a show. Spicer time but it's funny. I is family. Also me I suppose one might need. Because i was a local boy united. And they're like. Oh boy mike good you know. I suppose you would have ship. Johnny would have probably saudi shit to those for the out everything else. He's got bought out of that fits. That was that was that was. That was a wonderful thing about that arab because it was like it was think you want them up books and somebody commented. I like the the the the body area. Now adam fife and all that data kings row you in hutchinson the from burton and only because they're all you know we would great might very proud to you know. The i joke stay must have felt. I've been win win the european cup. We will go regions and his team. I mean what what incredible incredible faith that was a but we would just old lights from over other britain that got together from tommy from gates said charlie come that in dundee at from bassey one chelsea and then when i when the dog i had a tough back for an iro from stoke on chen you know so it makes you wonder you know also never had a day some back fall out of many foreigners i bring into this country to pray for also they will never have a fact full. They did with English lights the back apps and again credible Tixx also does need to build yet Us or the fantastic trip down memory lane east gonna play finally a know that there was a reunion last year fifty years after chelsea when the f. i cope one nonsense. Get an invoice absolutely disgraceful. That there's gonna be know nor the reunion with the boys if s seventy one. Now there's there's about a few people get in touch me and actually if we do poker. The causes in thing that my vets to be perfectly honest In could died too. Young housing died so young. Hutchinson died so young. It says the sign at a time of course nine k. While i was only with us for years but were impacts. What an impact he had You know we couldn't even have a reunion because The people who played such big pot it wouldn't be that. And i like them things when the main people are not there. I'd i'd rather may on different particularly like that's the problem is problem. I'll have you know. I i was going to. I'm going next week to see. Tommy bul- bul- news in as bowl and he's not very well a very very on the. I'm going down to see him next week. Joni ball's coming down we'll make on driver odd raba. That happened in chelsea the pie. Which said which is from the hot. it's It's it's just for that. Promotional suits chelsea. That's out yellow dravis. See that's my joke. About what you and i talk about out of their wives absolutely. And you're going to be doing the podcast. We've tony human s with your wonderful. Eleanor podcast that absolutely magnificent. Tixx it to another level also can all antoni. Everybody thinks released. Old vary based expanding absolute pleasure. Might those were the days my friend. Yes and i really ended up what what an arthritis spend sunday afternoon off to less won the cup. And i'm i said before the gang for stock reidy out said you might find after that we might be looking at this as a little bit on on a scout to the munich air crash. Because you know less than did it yesterday for that the another died. And i think they pulled a little bit extra out than chelsea. F- for this fella. Yeah i've actually got the piper in front of me. Now do it for v show and they did it for him yesterday and that couldn't have been nicer. I'll bet is some was very very proud sitting there yesterday. And i mean it makes his game all worth while it makes you about the i it makes you forget about all the idiots in the game and makes you forget about the f. I am faith that was just such a wonderful end into by yesterday. And i'm jamie vowed to be the only player to play in every every round for from like the when it starts on sunday night so they must. We'll end on this. I said to pay pay is one of my best. Friends is a lovely man. He's icy so now. Having a drink and as far as the camera went onto johnny volume said do you realize he's played in every round the only magical and and he said so many. What for the same team. 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Biden's political prisoners. Julie Kelly with Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA First

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Biden's political prisoners. Julie Kelly with Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA First

"You a social animal. What does it. Plato said about us. We're political animals right. But i use social animal. I detest socializing. I don't know i'm an only child. Gimme me a good book. Good movie or walking my dogs. That i'm just fine. But you're in the swamp and sometimes you just gotta get out there. Press the flash. Build the brand hang out with good people. That's the real reason. Hang out with good people and this week. It's been like triple against go to california to be with my buddies. Are salem townhall. Fourteen hundred people including larry elder dennis. Prager charlie cook the great one mark levin. A great night was had by all check out the video. It's on youtube the whole house. You don't wanna miss it. And then i come back to the stinking fetid swamp and some more useful for truth decided to decamp in dc. So we have the bradley foundation prize event. Where some amazing people like mollie. Hemingway were recognized. And it's just a little conservative conclave. It was fun and then after that begins the hillsdale constitution conference with this fabulous in. And i tell you guys that audio that i've shared with you. I think larry. I think president larry arnn gave one of the most important speeches. I've ever heard and i told him. I told you. One of the most important because it was about courage and mark meadows it up mazing speech and somebody else who's part of that. Event is with us and snagged that target of opportunity is she is of course american great. Mrs senior contributed judy. Kelly follow at julia underscore kelly to on to get her book disloyal opposition and she just yesterday gave a presentation in front of that august crowd. Julie kelley welcome to america. First one on one. Thank you for having me. One an intro. So i know the invoice in the mail. So what did you talk about. Yes there was a topic of your panel. Just a little snippet so the subject that i've been covering for the last several months as you know we've talked about is january six out of laughed and the biden regime the media weaponising it against not just the people who were there that day but everyone on the right by extension almost seventy five million trump voters and so How that investigation is accelerating and how it is ensnared now over six hundred americans and they have been even more. Recent arrests have not every week. There are new arrests so with the justice department. Continues this what. I call terror crusade. We could we probably jihad against maga. It is it is. I mean this is what you see. So that the panel discussion yesterday was vaccine mandates and then january six. You could see the convergence relation vaccine mandates The the hunt for the quote unquote insurrectionists criminalising conservatives is it not criminalizing conservatives and criminalizing dissent so that is really what they're doing now the vaccine mandates mandates et cetera. Et one thing But what they're really doing with the january sixth investigation Prosecuting people for trespassing adding felony charges. Keeping now about sixty people behind bars denied bail under pretrial detention dot by. Let's stop here. Sixty people who is any one of them charged with insurrectional revolution. Yeah so what are they challenged with. Julie mostly trespassing civil disorder conspiracy a felony charge. That's very common is obstruction of official proceeding. Which more the two hundred people face. That charges never been applied to a political protests. Ever and never was. It's a two thousand two statute that was posted. Enron that would stop people from interfering in congressional inquiries. It was never intended for people who walked in the capital when they were certifying electoral college. But this is the way that they are turning trump supporters in to convicted felons. And they've had several please on that already But again cigar on the first one was one eight months in jail correct trevor for interrupting and official proceeding exactly right. Yes and he was called a domestic terrorist in court. And didn't he. Let's let's get straight into the weeds right now. Wasn't this person. The first person who was convicted wasn't he told that he needs to read the right materials. That was a different person the one who is unpack that so what happened in that case because it. I thought it was a joke. I thought this is the babylon be right. So somebody else charged with trespass or what have you and then. What does the court say to her. So a lot of these people have public defenders or court appointed attorneys out of dc. Which just imagine what their political viewpoints are guys ninety. Four percent of these voted for hillary clinton so imagine what public defender the public defender in d. c. Like a not a lot of mega voters. This sorry not at all and so these people cannot hire. Cannot afford criminals attorneys in dc because every case is handled in washington dc. So you know a imprisoned in dc. Yeah so we talk about the d.c. get mouth is legit. I mean we really have a political prison for trump supporters. so anna. Morgan lloyd was a grandmother from indiana. She traveled she went inside the capitol in break. Anything she in vandalized. She brought no weapon. She was charged with four of the most common misdemeanors that are being charged in all of the capital breach cases. She was appointed A defense attorney who. I believe it was also a professor radical left-winger who gave not only anna morgan lloyd. But her other appointed clients a list of books and films that they need to read so they recognize The racist roots of america. How we were built on genocide against american indians so this this came up in the court said the she had to be processed through the equivalent of a reeducation program like north korea. Yes yes and so. The lawyers submitted the list and morgan. Lloyd of course up like a lot of people have never been charged with any crime. This their first foray into k. Cereal murdering grandmother. Now she was not. Maybe yes those people. I'm sure i'll get off the hook right well. Supporters who just happened to be swept with a camera filming it who by. That's not actually joked the guy who killed them. The death of ashley babbitt was abm radical. Yes chen's relevant so Gave an morgan lloyd this list. She read the list. She submitted an apology to the court. Saying that she recognized her white privilege she talked about her son in lobbying holocaust denier and this is what they're trying to do so of course saami logo to do with her been convicted trespassing and he these people in her defense are so desperate to try to get. This passed them. They had no idea that this was going to be happening. So at the recommendation of her criminal. Defense attorney who was appointed says. Okay right this sort of apology to the court explaining now you recognize things. You didn't know about american history all of your white privilege that you now know that people have different. Circumstances had different experiences than you have because of your race. This is actually what she presented to the court. Federal court federal judge. She walson released on her own recognizance with her bail. Painful by kamala harris like blm antifa. Okay so what we're seeing is without question the criminalization of those who politically disagree with the incumbent regime. That's exactly right still in prison about sixty people total and about More than three dozen here. Dc the jail. That's been satisfied just for capital breach on january six in solitary correct. Yes they were held in solitary twenty three hours a day one hour out for wreck time this lasted for months under the guise of cova d- But there were reports of abuse both emotional and physical abuse by the prison. Guards there And so there are now waking at three or four in the morning for breakfast. I mean they're just being by these prison guards in washington. Dc and these judges federal judges of obama and trump appointees refused to let these people out of jail even as the justice department continues to delay discovery obligations. They still don't have a platform that provides all of the video evidence that they're using in court and we can talk about the fourteen thousand hours at surveillance video but they have all the evidence and they still have not turned over all of it for these defendants so they can build their case and try to defend themselves. The fourteen thousand dollars worth of tv footage from the capitol which is where which is in the hands of the us capitol police and the justice department. It is their property. The justice department has designated it highly sensitive government material and the us capitol. Police say they don't want it released because they would give The inner workings of the capitol complex to more wanna be insurrectionist and it cannot be foyer sad because capitol police are part of the legislative branch. So they are immune from having to comply with any foia loss so no discovery no exculpatory evidence available and no legal method to access it correct and you have a beltway judicial and legal system completely stacked against these people. What i'm hearing in open court not just by prosecutors score calling americans domestic terrorists but also judges who insist on referring to this as a riot dantley riot. More blood could have been shed. These are only in pretrial detention hearings. These aren't even somebody who's been convicted or pleading guilty. You've got to read her book disloyal. Opposition you've got to read her coverage she she is the cutting edge of factual coverage on what really happened on january. Six follow her on twitter. Julia underscore kelly to and bookmark and read every single day. American greatness dot com. that's american greatness. Dot com julie Let's stick with one more detail of this investigation that some may not be aware of. And i i haven't rehearsed any of this with you. I mean. I read what you write. But we don't clear talking points through guests. We never do talk to us about how and this is from. Friends is friends of mine. I mean i. Was there on january six. I was in the front row listening to the president and then i had friends who were in the massive crowds who knew people who walked to congress to do with the president told them to do which is to be peace and patriotic. And now i'm hearing stories of people who are living in alaska liv living in ontario. Sorry in in Oregon living thousands of miles away from dc who are in dc for the january six Celebration protests whatever you wanna call it and to a having the fbi. Knock on their door. And who are being tracked down and interrogated or interviewed based upon the location of their cell. Phone on that day is are people telling me fantasies. When i hear these stories julie now the fbi has collected. I believe what they call meta data from all of the cell tower. I don't know how this works But they are getting all the information location of private american citizens who are assembling freely in dc and then using it to track them down later yes and working with cell phone providers to get that to confirm the identity the cell phone number. It's picked up with the owner of the phone so they're working collaboratively companies giving away the information or they absolutely are yes and so so. Google is for all of the Cell providers facebook and twitter are helping as well to access archived access information that was on deleted social media accounts. They're going back and getting say posts or facebook messaging turning those over to the feds so they can use that information a really interesting case to talk about facebook memes. That were used in a court document against somebody And so they're all working collaboratively so it's not so people who weren't inside the capitol building did nothing wrong people who were just in washington. I know this has happened to congressional staffers too because jim jordan confronted f. Fbi director. Chris wray about it and he of course in his typical vague way tape tap dancer on it but they are collecting all that information without warrants crack. They don't need it really. Companies are handing of the data. So told us about this facebook case. So there's the man named robert reader. he also is charged with four misdemeanors. He pleaded guilty to parading demonstrating in picketing in the capitol building. That is common misdemeanor that has been charged against hundreds of people who were in the capital planned. Parenthood people cavanaugh right. They all were charged with miss locked away in solitary for nine months so they wanted to force this man to stay in jail for two months for parading and picketing what they are what they got from his deleted. Facebook account were memes. That made fun of ansi pelosi. that made fun of joe biden That hashtag stock the steal it cetera. They used that facebook those facebook posts as evidence as to why this man should go to jail for to throw so his exercise of his first amendment rights to write parody lampooning posts and images of public figures was using evidence against him. Yes imagine already yes exactly. It was in his sentencing memo from this justice department. Memes that were mean about. Joe biden uses evidence by joe biden's justice department for why a man who did committed for minor offenses allegedly that day. She go to jail for two months. He's already been fired by fedex. He was a truck driver. Artie was fired as soon as he was charged. His family friends his teenage sign. He said have totally abandoned and alienated him and other government is going back to facebook account from november and december. Saying we'll see. He was in the stop. The steel he has stopped the steel hashtag. He has a you know. A me of mean medium about nancy pelosi he has a mean mocking. Neom of job. Is i have to come in here. As a child of those who suffered under not so patient and then they were persecuted. My father arrested imprisoned tortured by communists. There this is what happens dictatorship where you know. This is what happens in communist hungary people who made fun of a communist official were arrested. You spread the wrong joke. The factory and you disappear is what happens. In stalinist soviet union in hitless the dry. And we seeing it happened here. People exercising that constitutional right to criticize public figures. Having those statements used against them it is it is truly chilling. Okay concrete question. yes we have. These asinine awful ideological public offenders. Is anybody stepping up to help these people. I know montella greens on the show regularly. Matt matt gaetz. Is anybody standing up to fight for these americans who may have committed a crime but who do not deserve political persecution. Julie only a handful and you just named really basically half of the group. So matt gats marjorie taylor green. Louie gohmert pogos. Are i andy. Biggs senator ron. Johnson is really been the only voice the us look conservative. Organizations lawyers association now wants to touch it and these people are desperate savage. You can imagine they It's as i said. They have no criminal record. They had no idea when the fbi showed up. A lot of them showed their phone showed their information. Talk to my lawyer. They thought they were helping. The government find the bad guys not realizing that the government views them the buying them as the bad guys. And so you. And there are a lot of veterans in this d. c. jail at least fifteen years so when george bush content contempt ably compare january sixth protesters to al-qaeda terrorist and i talked to detainees or their parents. These are men. One man in particular robert morris who had three tours of duty in afghanistan who now has been in this d. c. jail since june An army jumping out of parachutes in afghanistan. And i heard from you know you hear heard from other family members who were You know outraged. I got a comment. I got a big comments from ashley. Abbott's mom She was a fork. She four tours of duty in iraq. Nfl and here's george bush. She heeded the call in high school. She graduated from high school. Two thousand three ramona had to sign a waiver when she was seventeen so she could join the military. And here's her former commander in chief comparing her to a terrorist. I want to dedicate a whole segment of this discussion. To to ashley bob it. We're going to dig up that Coat also from september eleventh year anniversary where despicably the man who was the commander in chief of many of these people who are imprisoned right now or who died or were maimed for this country as he was the commander in chief calling them terrorists who are akin to the jihadists that actually executed the attack on september. The eleventh please do a favor supporter. The truth telex georgina. Who's also great support. This show rudy. Giuliani he wants to get to. The bottom of what happened allows obama but they want to cancel him destroy him strip him of his low licenses and sent him to jail as well. Please go to rudy. Giuliani freedom fund dot com today. Support the man who brought new york back from the brink after nine eleven. That's rudy giuliani freedom. Fund dot com. Julie you let's let's play the cut we have a. I was in the front row. This is january six and my former boss. President trump soon be over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically. Make your voices heard. That is the unequivocal evidence. He said i was there in the front row. We will march peacefully and patriotically over to congress to make sure that congress does its job has the most important question of all in all your research. What have you found in terms of evidence of individuals who are instigating violence who were there to instigate violence. but not as trump supporters. I get that question a lot. I haven't been able to really identify. say antifa. Who were there. and so. that's a little bit harder to to find. I've talked to people who are antifa watchers and asks for help and identify that. And it's it's been hard to find. Let's talk about the man. Who filmed ashley site killed killing john relevant. Who's who who's john sullivan. What does he said in the pasta. He he's there in the thick of it. He's filming ashley. Abbott shot by an officer by law enforcement officer. Who is this man i. John sullivan is the activist. He was arrested. I believe in mid twenty twenty where his activism related to be alarm. He has a website and he also was in washington. Dc he was making threats against president trump while he was here. So he's on camera calling for violent revolution america. Yes that's out there. This is a guy who was filming ashley. Babba right so we know. At least one guy was in the under false pretenses. Exactly he was well. He pretended he was there as a journalist. he did give some interesting interviews afterwards to say what happened with ashley when he was there because of course he wasn't expecting that that was going to happen on but he also has been charged The government to the restitution to take back the ninety thousand dollars that he collected by selling his footage So i believe he's back in jail he wasn't in jail for a while I just recently tried to look up his charges. though. I couldn't i nine theon pacer. Which is the original. Which is you know the platform where you go to. I find all the court documents on and oddly. I can't find his documents there. So i'm not really sure what's happening with that case. But he was arrested charged twice for various offenses. Let's let's talk about what he filmed your reaction to the officer who finally was identified seven months later giving interviews on the mainstream media saying he saved multiple lives and speaking of himself. The man that shot an unarmed air force veteran in the neck killing her saying that he was a courageous hero. He was the courageous hero and he is the victim because what he told lester. Holt and his name is lieutenant. Michael birt michael. But michael bird is his name so he got to come out. You know e kit or reveal his identity on his own terms that never happens with any other police officer involved in a deadly shooting but the entire washington. Dc media establishment democrats republicans. Who knew exactly who this man was. They helped conceal his by the name of officer. Bird was the same as the nuclear launch codes. Nobody everybody who had. It kept absolutely quiet about the ukrainian whistleblower. We couldn't say his name. Either eric charm exactly right so nobody could say his name even though everyone knew exactly who was including republican representatives. Who were there. Who hugged him afterwards. So they covered up and this would be mark. Wayne mullins republican congress. Who else. I'm trying to think he was Senator ken kramer of north dakota has defended the man who actually they mark queen mullins talks about and he was there and he talks about hugging him afterwards. He defended what What lieutenant bird did senator. Ken kramer was confronted at in a radio interview recently. This was before. Lieutenant michael bird. I'm not gonna call lieutenant like Revealed his identity and this caller confronted. Ken kramer said we are entitled to know the name of this officer and ken. Kramer republican said no you. Don't he was in the right. I am grateful for what he did by shooting ashley abbott. So this is the kind of republican. But they've all been silent about it. I mean everyone knew his name so at any rate he got to come out and he is the hero. He is the victim. He got all kinds of death. Threats he also is the man who left a loaded firearm in a bathroom in the i believe the visitors two years ago exactly and he is identity. He's seen in a photo before the shooting. He has his weapon drawn already. And it is aimed at about five other people who were in front of that door trying to blockade the door. He's reckless man They covered up his name. He obviously is been exonerated in any pretended degation that. Us capitol police and the justice department conducted and now he gets his job back and he'll probably get some book deal and he is viewed as a hero by millions of americans though right not people wanted him to shoot more people that day. Show van Is you know a murderer era as he arrests and causes the death of a man who is a convicted felon five times over. Who held a loaded gun to the belly of a pregnant woman Guy goes to prison that officer. This one is a hero for shooting an unarmed woman. okay The book is disloyal opposition. Unita follow this lady. Sidney contribute to american greatness julie kelley on twitter. Let's talk about the big picture. This is far as i am. Concerned is about the criminalization of a political class namely those that vote and it's on about donald trump my boss or the former president. It's about those who believe in america. I those who believe in america. Those who don't wanna sell out to china like general milley clearly did. What are you seeing that. Let me just ask your reaction as somebody who unlike me was born in america how can send you are and are you seeing any kind of old ganic or institutional response to this attempted criminalization. I'm is terrified as you are even though yes they born and raised here generations back but i had my grandparents fought in world war. Two they left here to go to europe to try to save the world and they did. That is young people and i keep thinking of them this whole time and i thought this was not. They did not do that. So joe biden and the left could take down and destroy what they fought for and came back to build this country. So that's what i think about a lot But there is such an institutional vacuum on the right. The conservative movement has been completely exposed as an utter failure for the past three decades. The organizations long time. That's right the people really that. I talked about in my book. Never-trumper never-trumpers crystals. You know the national review folks and all of those organizations that were supposed to protect conservative values in defend us william project. that are actually protect protecting pedophiles. Exactly right yes problem. Yeah and so. They created nothing. They have left such a huge void. So now we're on the ropes really in every institution academia corporate america. Obviously the media. But now you have actual political prisoners. Now you actually have. Americans who are being hunted down in their homes. People have no means at all. People who are veterans are exxon or smet are small business owners etc. And where do they turn. They have no political support. They've no monetary support. There's no legal fund with hundreds of lawyers lined up to defend these people for free anybody to donate money. None of that exists. And so i guess the only side to all of this is that we now recognise on the america. First i trump side whatever you wanna call it that we need to move quickly to put those mechanisms in place because we're so flat-footed but what the left is doing is accelerating their war against us and now they're doing it unchecked and this capital breach probe this january six investigation. The special commission that nancy pelosi came. That's putting all of the mechanisms in place to go after hundreds or thousands of americans and so that's what we need to organize. Let's listen to perhaps the most appalling of recent examples of who these fake conservatives are this is This is the man who was camman retrieve when somebody dropped the ball in three thousand americans were killed. This is president bush last weekend overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremism at home. But then there's disdainful pluralism in their disregard for human life in their determination to defile national symbols. They are children of the same foul spirit. And it is our continuing duty to confront them. So maga- trump supporters the products of the same foul spirit as jihadis who beheaded american citizens are on camera. Let let let me run this past you as a child of someone who you know people who suffered under real totalitarian regimes for years i get the left kind of be the left. I understand that the democrat party is and has no room for. Jfk's or skew jackson's are bunch of radical crazies. Who wanted to take over the world. Want the green. You deal to ban. You'll v. eight engine and make sure you can't fly planes or jeez burgers. I get it but isn't the proximate enemy worse isn't it the the lincoln project republicans protecting pedophiles like john. Weaver is in the the the the the anti buckley national review inheritors like crystal in others. Isn't it george. W bush they the biggest obstacle to conservativism flourishing in america. I agree with that. So i think the reason why is because you still have a lot of naive republicans who think that. This really is not happening. Who really think that get nostalgic. When they hear george w bush talk that way. They're not understanding the message and churches library. And but so. That's really the danger is that there are a lot of people who still think that that represents the republican party that we're supposed to watch our manners that we are supposed to condemn people who acted up on january six. We're supposed to just take the stolen election and we're supposed to shut up and just move onto the next thing. That's what they want. But i want to say two things about george bush. He never made a public statement about the thirteen. Us service members who were killed at the end of august by real terrorists. He has no official statement on that. Odille him he was david david dole. He didn't say anything about david. Dawn being killed but he does have a lengthy statement about the that was posted in june of two thousand twenty commiserating with black saying well we don't really endorsed destruction. But there was no difference between what he said and anyone on the left side so we shouldn't be surprised he just said that. If you enjoy america first one on one tell your friends subscribe give us a thumbs up and also support those that make our podcast possible answers possible especially mike lindell the inventor of my pillow the pillar that never gets hot never loses shape forty three million over themselves that good. My whole team uses them. President trump loves him. he's a conservative. they want to destroy him. They want to cancel him. Send a message to the fascist on the left go to mypillow dot com or whatever you want because you're listening to this show mike is going gonna give you up to sixty six percent off if you use my name. Call eight hundred eight to nine. Eight four six eight. That's eight hundred eight nine eight four six eight mypillow dot com promo code geo arcade. That's mypillow dot com promo code g the sad truth. Is that people of your elk. And i always tell people checkout american greatness love american greatness. We had chris on the editor and founder for for an hour. Just a few days ago people of your ilk this about maybe five of you so people who do the research aren't afraid and publish the truth. That the mainstream legacy lying media will never ever ever ever ever publish even if you put a gun to their head. They wouldn't do it. What makes you do what you do. Total millions of listeners. Why do you do julie. Well i i don't know i'm always surprised when people say thank you for your courage and i think we'll i'm just reporting what's happening. I don't view it as anything but you know back to the old reporting days where you go through the court documents where you actually talk to people who were involved that you listen to the court hearings. I mean that's basically what i've been doing. Although i will say on january six like i said about my grandparents i thought about them and i thought they would be laughing at the thought that this is a huge battle. One of the darkest days in american history. I mean i remember watching an ira. There's some rabble-rousers but the overblown and by ninety percent of the right to and we're talking about friends of ours. Who immediately jumped on the insurrection. Condemning them this is not the mind maybe not friends. Well you're antisocial though you just go through friends and they didn't call it the problem. They're furry so just you would think after everything we've seen. The past five years in russia collusion the covington hoax counteract. The people would pick up on. What we're seeing is not real. This is not actually what's happening And so. I don't know where i was from the beginning. And then just hearing these heartbreaking stories about what's happening to americans price friendships family relations for what you've done in the last couple of years now idea but i pick my friends carefully is on the left or family members though see picks of them very assiduously. She knows what she's doing. The book is this loyal opposition. Her twitter account is julie. Scope kelly to. I am sebastian gorka. This is america first one on one any message. You have to those maybe after your reporting maybe after the east story going maybe it's not the way they telling me it is I would ask them to check out my work. I mean not to brag but you could see the details of what's happening. Mark milley by the way issued a statement january thirteenth on behalf of all the joint chiefs calling january. Sixth and insurrection. He's been on this from the beginning to so people need to recognize. This could end up. Being the biggest disinformation propaganda operations at the democrats. Put together ever way over. Blow even russian collusion. Wow i think that's a good point to end on so we can leave you thirsty and hungry for more. I'm sebastian gorka. You've been listening to america. First one on one. Keep you head on a swivel. What you'll six hold the line navigate up never given and stay frosty.

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Ep.008 Carolyn Gilbert

Chachi Loves Everybody

1:10:31 hr | 1 year ago

Ep.008 Carolyn Gilbert

"I you know I was a kid. Just did it? Were you nervous about it? A little bit, you know, my my my triumph. Was You know we were aor? We were FM unders. And but still had to make fifty four thirty I had to make hit the post for the news. And my my major triumph was. Back timing innovator Davita. Hit the news. When Dun Dun Dun. Detrimental. All right I can do this. Nothing. Come President Dave CIANCI Dennis. LOVES RADIO AND ALL HIS radio. Hey everybody because shots. He loves everybody. This is our very first podcast from a location other than Ben's town in Glendale were actually in Cumulus. Nashville Facility beautiful facility special. Thanks right off the Bat Daniel Stewart, who is here running the board for us and recording everything Thank you Daniel and really appreciate your hospitality to Charlie Cook John Sean, Bean, everyone inviting in We're going to do it a little bit different today as well usually. Caroline, who is my guest and sorry? I should have started off with our guest. Carolyn, Gilbert Carolina's the President CEO founder of New Media Services. Caroline thank you so much and thank you to Lisa. Dollinger, who works with both of us were with Ben's town and new and for putting all this together. It's really exciting to be speaking with you. She's wonder woman. She is wonder woman that is for sure. We usually start off with having a drink an icebreaker, but being that we're in Nashville. and Daniel is already been so accommodating. I didn't want to have to send him down to the liquor store. Clock in the afternoon well, that's never stopped me before. I've drank earlier. Today, we'll just have to stick with the AQUAFINA but I caroline really really. Thank you for taking the time. I know you're incredibly busy. I WANNA run through your career, but the first thing I want to ask you about when a jump right into it because we're Nashville. One of the hot topics is right now is that there is not enough female artists represented on country radio and there was a I saw this morning survey that I think Mark Ramsey. Mark Ramsey okay. Eighty four percent of the people polled said that there should be equal female to male airplay, and but they don't care. They don't want to hear the hits. That's what's it. It's a ridiculous question. Mark knew what was ridiculous I mean it's ridiculous question. I mean people don't care. It's they want to. They want to hear what they like and you know it's. It's like variety question. oh. Yeah, I want I want more variety well. What more variety means? Is I want you to play the music. I like more. Variety has nothing to do with deep cuts or besides for riot. He is more of the music I like. petrous thing I mean so that some of this is just misguided. It's a question that was asked. That is a nonsense question. People don't care. We spend a Lotta time asking people about things that they don't think about or care about no listeners sitting out there going wish could more women on the singing on the radio. No I wish I could hear more. Things I like on the radio. It's not an issue that's come up in any other format. Play good music. That's it period. I know that you are very active with women's rights. Your credibly powerful within our industry. You've been named I. Think several times to most powerful women in radio influential obviously. A critical mass media new. a big executive with Jacor Tribune. We're GONNA. Get into all that. Do you feel? I'm actually kind of embarrassed to say this? This I believe is eighth podcast in your honestly the first woman that have interviewed and thank you to Lisa again for putting that together I there was a study out a couple of weeks ago. That only I want to see it was eleven, percent of twelve and PD's of PD's or women. Yeah, is you think that's a problem? said a problem. Well I will say the industry. It's changed over the years I mean I. Look back on my career and I look back at the time. When I was the only woman at a conference table full of men deciding what women wanted to hear on the radio I mean it. It's been a male driven industry. I think. We we haven't. taught women to aspire for that to that position. There are some wonderful women. In in programming make Stevens. it is fabulous. The MITCHAM over on the on the holiday seaside or in the on the urban side You've got Nikki night. You've got a LE- Lesley whittle. Down in Houston is one of the best PD's I've ever worked with Jennifer seelig up in San Francisco. Hilly Jones WHO's no longer program director, these are passionate, wonderful woman who loves the business and I think We haven't developed the bench the way we should but I'm not sure how we're developing the bench, overall for men or women. That's very good question. I, do agree with you in that. We need to do a better job of developing people young and I think Dan Valley and the radio talent systems phenomenal job with that. Yeah, definitely has to I. Mean you know it's It has to do with interest and women are excelling. On sale side? You know we were downstairs, and the name is going to escape me, but Daniel your boss. The market manager here is a female and running five radio stations here in Nashville Accreditation. The best managers I've ever known are women. I wonder what that percentage would be i. don't ever seen that before. The sales side of the business it's much higher. I mean much much much higher interesting and I've got my own theories on why women do better at sales than van, but you want to go into that or If not I would. Love to hear about it. I think women listen better. That's I. It's one hundred percents and I. I hate to use generalities anywhere. Because there are there are? Yeah, I, just say generalities. There's a women's intuition. Sure you've heard that before, but I had read that. It's actually one hundred percent factual because women see more of a room than a man does. Not Get these statistics one hundred percent correct. A man sees about one percent of what's going on around in a room. That's all we see and a woman sees somewhere between one and a half and two percent, so there are literally. Taken more information than what a man takes. There were I. There were presentations I used to go to back in. The OJ days or my entire role in the presentation would-be to read the room. Because I worked with one man especially who would talk and talk and talk and I'd be the person. Listen. You know get to the point. Is this person Mike No? Okay? No, no, he was not know. How did you get inspired to go to Penn State phenomenal school and pursue journalism, degree seriously I went to high school in in Manhattan. was pretty prestigious, high school and I decided to go to a place where no one I knew was going. That was far enough away from home. Right and so I ended up at Penn state I wanted to big school. Broadcasting was I didn't even realize what a big part of. My life broadcasting was, but I. Remember Being Little Girl. My mother lives to Wrr I. Knew Every I solicited Jean Shepard. Night falling, Asleep I. Mean and I didn't even realize how much I love listening and went to Penn State and broadcast journalism and. got job. My first, my first real radio job I did continuity. which at the time was writing spots for the production director, director? Record in State College that were two dollars and fifty cents. A piece was the Sky Q. W. K., W., W. Yeah, so I'd write spots from I, guess you know after class noon to about six, and then I did seven to ten on the air. How did that come about? You just saw it. You were in school and interested in radio. I started dating just Jackie. That's a great way to get. I mean I started taking this jockey and ended up I. Mean I did actually six to ten? And ended up marrying a different disc jockey, who did tended to all my gosh. Yeah, so they were friends Oh. Yeah. I mean. It was nineteen, seventy, two I mean. Well, but now let's nine hundred seventy four by the time. Yeah, that happened where your parents sportsxradio. My parents. You know I was I was twenty one year old white out of school. They said Hey. Mom and dad moving seven hundred and fifty miles away with the disc Jockey Sia. And at that particular time I mean I thought it was fine, my mother. My mother has later told me that like. She totally freaked out, but she was very cool. and I think about my own kids now. My daughter did that to me Oh my. Yeah. This is what I did to my poor parents. What did your parents do? What did they do about? No for a living? Oh my my mother! My mother was Talk about that. In the day, my mother was a brilliant woman who should have been an attorney and ended up being a legal secretary. Okay, and my father did pensions and stuff that makes my eyes glaze so pretty well educated. Seemed like they gave you a lot of confidence. Amid took a lot of guts to pick up move seven hundred fifty miles. Jackie. That was just insane, but the first part was guts. I think when you're young. I look back at some of the things I did what? Did, I do. So when you were going to do journalism at first wasn't more to be a pay. A writer or learn I learned how to do radio documentaries I did them very well. Learn how to use splicing block learned how to do an interview of always been pretty good writer so yeah. You got the Gig, and it just got under your skin. Yeah, yeah, and then from there, so you're at you, graduate, you work at your the first female jock by the way which is important. Yes, which was what was that like? I was a kid. Just did it. Were you nervous about it? A little bit. You Know My might triumph. was you know we were AOR WE WERE FM? And but still had to make fifty four thirty. I had to make hit the post for the news. And my my major triumph was Back timing. God Davita. Hit the news. Done Dun Dun. Fanta hit it perfectly and went all right I can do. Nothing felt as good as in the post. So much I really enjoyed doing that as well. You haven't in your old air checks now. my Ex husband might, but you know. We don't need to hear so the disc jockey you moved moved away summer and fifty miles with, and then at that point is that when you went to wwe? That's exactly well, you know. I went out for a job and he was working wpn rock and roll station. And I just wanted to job. So why pounded the pavement a little bit and ended up getting. That job eleven on staff. It was a showcase station like working elevator. I mean we were in an apartment building to the first floor and apartment building. No, so it was like working in an elevator. My God is pretty funny pretty. You did everything there they had. there. That was the only thing. I didn't do some women. There rose I mean it was pretty incredible. She sat in her office. She smoked cigarettes. She scheduled six lousy spots at our I'd say everything else. I dealt with corporate. I answered the phone so I had to deal with the sales. Guys and you know how much fun that is. I mean I did a are. Did AP I did all the monthly reports I was I I worked for the for the GM. I mean what I know is twenty. Twenty one yourself, but what foundation I learned in hindsight to stand every aspect of the business, which I think, sometimes as a mistake with new people that are coming in, they get focused on I want to be on air, or they WANNA program, or whatever it is, and they don't learn about the rest of the business, and I learned a lot I think being. As versatile as possible is incredibly important. How long were you there? Oh, I was there I was only there about eighteen months because I really wanted to work at. which you got to do I did get to do the ad that come well. Every day. We only had one car and I got the car. Because we're walking distance from UPN so I bring the car to pick up my ex husband, was my husband at the time, and I'd stop in Frank Woods Office Bo who was the manager and owner, and just an incredible incredible man and I'd say. You really need to hire me and I'd walk out. And did that every day for like a year. That's cry I love stories of persistence, and at that time Robin would was doing traffic at WBZ, and if you're in Cincinnati, robin would went on the air, okay, and that was in nineteen, seventy five. and. Both said you're hired I think I made ninety dollars a week I mean it was ridiculous. What was the feeling of finally getting hired? Well. It was bliss. I was really happy and you know the woman who worked across. you know our desk face each other Jackie. Was Jackie Brown with the sale was Jackie Speier at the time. She was a sale secretary and I did traffic and continuity because that was one job there. And she still my friend. Jackie went from request lady to sail secretary. and ended up being being. the manager. And, probably one the finest managers we've ever had went into sales. I mean Jackie talk about knowing what you're doing. Jackie was Jackie's amazing. You learn a lot from her. Yes, we learn from each other. She's still one of my best best friends in the world. That's fantastic. She still in the business. No, no, no. She retired a number of years ago. How long were YOU AT ESPN? Well we had gotten married. Okay yeah I got pregnant with I. Know you've got Jay and I'm sorry about Lisa in Russ with okay. so I worked there. Russ was born September twenty eighth nineteen seventy-six. WORKED AT ABN's until September twenty seventh. Nineteen seventy six. And, so yeah, that was. Then you left to raise Ross. Both of them. Yes, you know and my My Labor was live on the air for a whole day. No, and there is tape of that. Yeah, are you kidding me? No, the nurses I remember I'm sitting there and I. Don't want to deal with this on. There's just went that you all my Gosh Yeah Yeah. Did they talk you into doing that? I didn't do anything I mean. There was just it was just like a blow by blow report. They would talk about me. Word from Christ Hospital Blah Blah. Block Jay was on the earth. The time and I had been doing trapping hunting. And then yeah, and so My son was actually born at ten forty two. that night and it happened to be the tend to to Jack's birthday to Brian. O'Donnell no way, yeah. Now I've heard people that are dedicated to the industry. I remember I got my navel-pierced live on air. Number Jagger and Christie telling me that that's. Not On. The Labor I mean that's that's incredibly painful and stressful, and it was just play by play. Well and you know, and and Yeah and of course my ex-husband after my son was born, he had no place to go, so he went to the radio station. And my son actually was born with jaundice He had severe. Jaundice ended up at Children's hospital till he was nine days old. And so I was driving by the time I picked by sun up from the hospital. My son was in radio station before he was in his own home. That's amazing, so you and your acts I mean you guys lived? Breathed slept radio to absorb and Russ has done an amazing job. He's in businesses while he's got a production company. Well. No, he's actually got it He's a digital company. That actually is part of my. My company now got it fantastic, but I remember I've seen them some events before and doing some video, but he worked at court, he was J. First Webmaster in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, ninety-six. That's incredible, so he's been from the early days of Hardly anyone had websites or anything right Nobo- nobody had yeah. Yeah, so when was your daughter born two years later? Okay, and you're working entire time. No, okay. No, I left. In nineteen in Nineteen, seventy six, I left. And I was at home with the kids was tough. I was I was a kid myself. Periodically I think good thing they learn to open. The refrigerator would starved to death I mean. I was a child when I had those children. I mean. My mind mortgage to. That yeah so. I remembered the dead. Decide. Go back to work vividly. It was five fifteen in the afternoon I was in the family room. I had my. Head my hand. SORTA. You know race in my head up and I was watching Mr Rogers. And I looked around the room and notice. There were no children in the room. The gone well I don't know, but I'm are watching Mr Rogers. Home at work I said I. Don't know what I'm doing, but I'll go back to war. Day! Officially Jealous so that's what I a that night. we went to a party and frank would was air bow. And I said I don't care what you have I'm ready to go back to work. Let me know. And two weeks later, he called me for lunch and said how WANNA. Start this. Research thing with Steve, Casey you interested. That's how your career in research started. Yeah! By the way, it was an amazing gift. You gave your kids to be an at home. Mother, which is a tremendous amount of work, and my Mother did the same thing for me, and I hope they're grateful, because it's I well, it was I mean I was. You know people figure out a way to make things work, but I was very very lucky the way my career evolved. I went back to work, but I drop them off at school and morning pick up at three o'clock until they were ten and twelve. I mean they didn't know I worked. You know so that I. was there you know I'm just very very very very lucky and also a very hard worker. Dedicated to your family and your and your career and your likes him very. Most days I like them, so let's talk about research and launching this company. Oh God it was You know once again. I think I. Think Doors Open for people all the time. And we choose to walk through some of them. And we choose to ignore some of them. I would Iran this little company for for Bo. It was my company for by design, so Bo comes. Yeah, that's where I wanted to kind of dive into so Bo comes to you and wants to launch this. And at this point I, obviously you've been now in broadcasting, and not just about every aspect of it was research something that fascinated you. You Know No. No I learned to love it, but. No Steve Casey and John Sebastian. Had launched this little program where you had girls on the telephone going through the phone bugs. Putting Collecting listening information and then marketing playing hooks on a cart machine. And Putting Hash marks down in the opinions and we started with four cart machines for girls in a it was a railroad flat about a mile and a half from the radio station. And my ex husband at the time had a production company okay? We had it in the same place. And he rented studio space at the time. Anti I both companies. 'cause I mean research was little, and then bow bought cure math and then. We had a consultant. and we decided. How do we grow J. Gobert productions? That was maximum. susie. Say I. Don't know how to do that, but this research thing really fascinates me and he was an X.. P.. G., Guy, okay, so Neil Smith and I went into partnership and I learned how to do research from the PSG. Perspective incredible isn't proctor and gamble in proctor and gamble. Oh, my Gosh, so you can learn from we worked for PSG will work for drag it. We worked for. A lot of big. So when the company first started stations were hiring you now you know when the company first started ABM was my only radio client. Oh, you did this spun it up just for and yeah, just free beer boat in one. Vote in what research girls at night at the radio station with this jockey riders. Siri moving seven hundred fifty miles away with them. Now was this really ahead of its time? It was about time I mean Steve. Casey built this little program that worked on a trash eighty. My first computer was trs eighty Oh my God, that was the like the Tandy right. It's a radio shack yeah. Yeah Yeah. They call it the trash eighty. Try I. Remember my dad bringing one of those when I was a kid. And it a cassette is your backup. It didn't even have a floppy drive right right and When I went to partnership with this other Guy Zenith with a research program in it. I mean that was like way back. And so I I learned how to research. And then just you became passionate about you saw the results that you were getting for. E. B. N. starting to really show being gay. I, mean it was. It was old with all fat call APP. You know and then. I own this company, so you now they sell it to. You know I was always mine Oh is always yours? Oh, yeah, oh, yeah, so they came to you with the idea, said. Hey, you should do this and I got my you know. Bow just covered the basic expenses icy. I grew it and then into the other things and then Jacor happened. In that I'm excite, really excited the dive into because I. Don't think there's more famous broadcast company than Jacor and just. The stories that have emanated out of that company. True. And a half a worse. So. What's the name of the company? Not Critical mass yet is with Tri State, radio, research, state, radio, research, and grill. You can cheap any anything by putting awards and Grill after. How did you start to pick up clients outside of BBN? Dot Com to core so jay cores your first. Call an outsider. Well Jake Hornsey Jacor bought that company from me and I went to work for them. On Real, so you had been doing something very special for them to recognize that because I'm sure there was other research companies they could have purchased criminal except I was working with ESPN. On that was when. We! You know I spent my career. Yet shredding research to keep Randy michaels from dumpster diving together. Evian had a stool in the record library. That said Randy michaels on it, so you stepped on it every time. I. So so called me one day nineteen, eighty five, and said yeah, once you have lunch with Randy michaels and give him the research. What what? I. mean. Out of your mind. And so I had lunch with Randy michaels. And I have this envelope with the research in it, and he goes to take it and I. Pull it back. To this, are you I mean at that point. If I'm sitting across the table, you still have to be incredibly young. You're sitting across the table. Randy michaels and he's already in icon at that point. He was just the enemy I didn't know who I mean. Yeah, he did you. WanNa okay, you know. He says little guy with big mouth. Some Real Chutzpah. Do, so you're sitting across from your biggest competitor. Who is at least at that point? Brilliant program, and yeah, that's been recognized as you're now presenting this research I just gave it to him and an envelope, and so we have lunch and we were only call up the time. And so he plays me this tape. Of Curt Hansen. Doing an auditory music. He said, can you do that? Hansen is from like the rain Hanson, yeah he's he. He was strategic radio research. All I had no idea. Okay so he plays me this tape of this guy in front of a room talking. Can you do that? Of course I can do that. I had no idea what else about. Takes a tremendous amount of skill, so we ended up. Let me. I just WanNa Kinda. Clear for for a few people may not completely understand. That are listening so at this point you're doing traditional. Call out with you have the women in the room? They're calling listeners on the phone playing hook songs. Yeah, pulling out pages of the phone book and crossing off every fifth number I mean. Yeah, which is hard work and certainly a lot goes into doing an auditorium music test. You're leading an entire panel. To panel. You've got the panel guy I mean I know I. Do want us talking about and so. Randy had gotten audio of Kurt Yeah. Yeah, and your life, Heke I can I can. yeah, we did six hundred six. My first test was in Nashville Tennessee, because Jacor happened so randy. This is such a crazy story rain. Do ask you this or I'm just getting. My arms completely wrapped around at your. Yes, you've never done it before, and now he hires you to do one of his stations. You've got to be just beside your point or beside yourself. I was just. I mean so. This was Jacor. They bought my company I reported to Randy. Holy Shit so he bought your company not for much, but okay, but still I worked for. Randy. You sold them at that lunch. He buys your company well, they do I. Mean that deal was just going to happen anyway? Okay, so closely affiliated I see and Yeah, it was. It was just a paper Geel more than anything else. And then I went to work for for ransom. And then they send you here to do your, I, M T. was Nashville from why one of seven and what did that? What was that like? Like okay you're. My company's been sold now. Are you heading research at that point for Jacor what kind of? Well Yeah. Yeah, my first music tests the first thing I moderated. All right we recruited the tests and the people show up which was amazing and. So I'm starting to do the opening monologue and and four guys. Mike Kenny Frank. Would Tony glues and Mark Chase I met mark chase than they walk in like the frigging Mafia. They go to the fourth quarter cin room. Randy stands. Randy later told me said I thought all nervous. When he goes to the back of the room. and. What? He does so well to loosen me up. I made me crack up. Oh, he! He is hilarious. Yeah, yeah, and you know they know. Did the audience know the panel? Know that they worked for the company known as stations. We've never know okay, so they just came as. Just came to observe. And I pulled it off on believable now. Back in the day I was using. Then okay. The five twelve and I could get the music run. One page at a time. One Song at a time to six hundred songs, and then you could print it out in test order, but only one page at a time I had three printers going. My children would come out after school and I'd send them around in the circle. Around the building to press enter after SA. And then you have to sit there on the floor and sort it to get an alphabetical book together Oh. My Gosh, has technology changed Oh. Yeah, what a process! Together yeah. So yeah, we did it. And at that time we had Cincinnati what we called. The the volts Nashville Knoxville and Jackson both the bowl the volts. Atlanta in Cleveland and then bought Denver. You know and and that was Jacor for awhile. Until consolidation you know. And so you're working with Randy. Mark This I. Mean Legends in the business by the way I'm willing. Want seven still my all time. Favorite radio station is really it was a dump. I mean you walk into that building? And there was an energy there. It just made you laugh. Something about that when you step into stations, and you and I have been privileged to be in so many of them, but you can generally feel stations that are winning. It doesn't really matter how it looks the vibe that emanates exam the building. Yeah. It's It's interesting you say that, but I've had long conversations with Michael Martin about that and he's always felt the same way. Just magical station. Yeah Yeah Yeah Randy certainly had his fingers in a lot of them. Yes. as did you so at this point Jacor got what twenty twenty five stations like that? Yeah, I mean. We got Tampa Pride Tampa. I mean power is a story and a half Oh. My God tell us apart love to hear power pigs, okay power so to the research for powerpoint. and. RBQ was a monolith. Barbecue couldn't be beat, you know they owned every single image. Weather traffic personality music everything and they were were a officially hr, but yeah, they played across aboard. They owned twenty, five, fifty four. So the thought behind the power pig come with ninety songs. Go in from the bottom. Grab the teens and become the young end. It was the it was the only. And so we figured they'd move into the the money demos you know, Brian Come holiday see they owned everything. And they matched a song for song. Just look at the FUDD gun. Wow. What do you think they were thinking? It was jaw-dropping. jaw-dropping, but you know I mean. What's it like to be in? I'm fortunate that I'm involved. Obviously from the production side with launches but I'm generally not an architect I mean obviously when I launched my FM, but I'm not on a regular basis, the architect of launch. What does that whole preparation process? Randy's brain I'll tell you a story about the N. A.. B. In nineteen eighty nine, okay? The New Orleans. and I was I was in new. Orleans with Randy and. POWERBOOK was about to launch. So it was it was the last day of the N. A. B. Where news going to leave the next day, and he said come with Mugabe, we gotta I, just gotTa think. So we drove to Mississippi, but I was piece of furniture, because he talked to the steering wheel the whole way. And plotted out the launch I mean there was. There was a random thing that went on I. Mean there was? It was a complex and wonderful. SORTA scam to. The station. And he talks the whole thing out and. We get back after dinner and I saw lots of Mississippi I'd never been to Mississippi. And I think poboy for the first time around. When you travel with all about the food. For the creative process, but as I said I could have been the steering wheel, so we get back to the Hotel Oh God. Should I go to Tampa? That's when you could fly anywhere anytime I. said could champion tonight or tomorrow what? Giving the car I'm taking his airport kit out. And he flew the airport that night and I returned the car the next day and went home, but yeah it was you guys. Just I mean really hit it off. He obviously valued your your insight, your intelligence and your creative mind as well. Y-. Panties piece actually I pretty much. Just put up with. Consolidation happens in ninety six. Remember that weekend well. What happened I mean? It gets signed in Clinton signed in. Yeah It was. It was a it was the second weekend in February of Nineteen ninety-six and Friday Jacor. I do a deal. It was the noble deal. And at that time nobody could do powerpoint. Nobody could do I. Did and you needed somebody you could trust to do. The banker shows and you know when they're doing a roadshow. It's confidential information. It's a lot. So. He did trust me so I did I did all the banker show so she? You're on the financial road show. I didn't go on the road show I did I just presented their presentation together? Yeah, that's a huge responsibility. I worked with them. They're always fine. I also did inside inside radio. I knew how to use computers. Still I mean you're going out and meeting with big banks. I didn't do that. They did that. They were the road show. I, just you know, did the presented your deck. Yeah, they did. It wasn't even called a deck back, then In fact it was a bunch of slides. You printed them out. No kidding presented as a packet or you know transparency. Gosh. Randy saw this coming through anyway. Yeah, and so that Friday we did the noble deal. So! He had all armed. He had his mission. Yeah, so they nobody'll, and he said Sunday I'm GONNA. Come over to your house. I need to do the deck. We have to do the road show next week. Now the deal is done. We got to put together the the road show I said fine. It was Sunday. It was a Sunday afternoon. I needed to go to the store. I'm doing laundry. You know alive. And so he calls me supposed to be the one o'clock. He said I I'M NOT GONNA. Make it at one. I'm in the middle of a meeting. I will call you. So to thirty calls again can't make it yet and gone. I gotta go to store. And I could leave because he was going to. So he shows up at ten o'clock at night I mean my kids are asleep? Yeah, and he. He looks at me, 'cause. We just did city castres. He had been with Carl Lindner that whole day, so we announce the first and second deal, but we had to Redo everything so so he did those deals in like. Holy Moly and so Monday morning went out and got a cell phone. I. Was One of those brick. It might have been a bag phone. Bag phones days to do collins from from the and I saw my first bill in the jaw-dropping. Member yeah, it was like a dollar, something a minute, or whatever yet? Yeah, yeah, yeah! I said if I'd had a cell phone could talk so overnight. Guys. What are you triple quadruple in size? Yeah, we got noble and and city Castro's yeah. That's unreal. So how does your job now change? Whole array stations take care of. Yeah, do you have a pretty good sized team at this? We have a pretty good sized team, but we moved after that. Were you well. We had been in Hyde Park okay at a over a restaurant. Actually you know sort of like a small kind of Mall Gosh all right and I had jake over productions and. What became critical mass media which was frank's name. He loved great names, Bob but made that. to jokes when? It, so we moved from Hyde Park to airport road, and we also cut her first predictive dialer at that point. Well what's a predictive dialer? A predictive dialer is what you hear now. It makes really annoying. Phone calls Oh so like the auto autodial. Yes, but we had real operators. Noticed when when you're being called predictively, there's a pause before somebody said Yeah I. See what you're saying. Yeah, call you I'm getting them now with obvious in California. And then if they sense you, pick it up. Then a live person exactly, and that must have changed. Your scope changed everything only for the call out changed everything. Yeah, just sped the whole process because we're able to load numbers and you didn't have to rip things about phonebook anyway. Yeah, right so your world's just change in incredibly. You divorced this. All right, so the businesses split up which was a good thing. And Yeah. That working together you can always tell me just to shut up and we will cut this out, but do you think that working together? Hurt your relationship now. No, okay, no my Ex husband is wonderful. Wonderful man I love him dearly. I shouldn't be married to him you. Understand I have an ex. Wife very very similar. My daughter said it. You know she said you know when I was little I couldn't quite understand why you. Didn't stay together, but now that I'm older. I understand that you run at seventy eight runs at thirty three. That's a great I've never heard that before. I! Mean my ex husband is terrific. That's awesome. You guys a wonderful. He's a wonderful father, said joint custody. We do every holiday together. Oh, that's fantastic, yeah! I mean we have two kids, and is he still in the radio business? He is a no kidding. He works for Cumulus. Are you serious I am we'RE CINCINNATI? What's his name Jay Gilbert? Oh my gosh. I had no idea. I had no idea. Oh, that's while what a small and he's wonderful on the he's. He's the best writer I know by far. He's an incredible writer. He's a wonderful talent and that's A. That's a neat story. I'm happy to hear. That is wonderful so when his second wife is marvelous. We I mean Mary is delightful and I. Love Her and That's awesome. Everyone gets along and she puts up with our holidays. She's wonderful. So you're traveling. You've got you've tripled in size quadruple in size you're traveling on. Am Teas. Are you conducting all these yourself? Holy Moly He must have on the road practically every week first and third quarter I was sometimes as we grew. 'cause you know. We got tampon Denver San Diego because we absorbed nationwide. Gannett she. and. Eventually other people started doing it, but yeah. I used to travel with box cutters. Because all the materials would shift, I had to open up. Believable so. You guys are head. There's no doubt you're ahead of the curve and it was a company. What's that feeling like I? Mean there's got to be just you know you don't appreciate what you have It was a lot of fun. When Pam Taylor came to the company. May she rest in peace? One of the dearest most wonderful people I've ever known when Pam Tamed Kim to the company to? Corporate to do you know PR communications said Pam you're going to have to be tink? Because the role, Wendy's already taken. I mean it was like being with a loss of life. You know the A B's were. Randy ripped his shirt off of a waitressing. Shirts. Don't just come off. Like traveled with the Seam Ripper I. Heard. These are the things you did in I look back and. A lot that wouldn't fly at a different time. I had interviewed Ken Charles and his podcast is going to start actually just right before yours and I was telling him I was coming to see you here and he told me a story that you were in the interview. It was him randy in yourself, and you're a very nice steak restaurant that overlooked the river at I. Guess Randy loved to go to it. Was it was the waterfront the water which unmortgaged with four down the river? God. I have to hear that some point and Randy had a fart machine. Ken came. You know all ready to be interviewed. I think he was interviewing for Atlanta at that point radio station and very nervous as you can imagine in Randy stuck this little fart machine next to a an older couple that was having dinner and I thought it was very funny to launch the the the Fart. Fart machine sounds and see what the older couples is, actually two sets of older couples, and they're kind of staring at each other, and then they would just ignore it, and then randy would do it again, and then they would just ignore. It and Randy thought. This was the funniest thing and that stuck out as it would to me, That was interview and he got the GIG. There are many things I've experienced over the year. I remember being in a very nice restaurant in Washington, DC and I don't know that they ever got the butter out of the SCONCES on the wall. A, knack talking about and you'd go and were known for Reading Room. Did he just have a knack? The talent that he worked with in the talent that he found including yourself I mean. Is still to this day, so many of them are powerhouses in our industry. You Know Randy was great leader. You know he was not a crazy man. He planned. He's one of the smartest people I've ever known. He reads voraciously. When he took over Tribune, he read every book about. Colonel McCormick the industry. I mean he does his homework and he he you know he said I'm not that smart. Just know anything that has to do with radio. Meaning, Physics! Topography geology. He? He ton every job, he he he started to engineer and I had heard those stories that would show up radio stations and want to tweak with the processing. What's the first thing he wanted to do? and You know. He's to sit there with com- study probably still does. You know he changed signal maps. He fit stations in where there weren't supposed to fit by just doing the domino's. And yet he loved radio still loves radio more. Than anything. Jacor eventually cells to clear channel. Yeah, it was a sad weekend. Yeah! Randy became a multi multi multimillionaire many times over Did you do well in that? Works for a living. So. Better others. Okay, so you were. You were sad. Yeah I! was there the day that Yeah I was there the day that that became inevitable it was it an another ABM. and. You stayed with the company for several years. That well I say. Randy was there until. two thousand and two and I stayed till two thousand eight. Yeah. I remember US working together when I was at Come in and leave would come in. Inside to get to that because it's awesome that you in lear partner back together, we were partnered attributed to well, I haven't gotten up excited to talk about. But so you stay randy leaves in two thousand and two. How are things different? Or how are things? Even the same may be better question. You know there were different It was different. You know I can't I just don't even want to go into that because it's passed. Yeah, I, understand I think you know for me. I lived through that period. Laws a soul I agree. Now there's a there's something. In proverbs. It says without vision people parishes. Vision was gone from the company. If you want to know the God's honest truth now. Things have changed radically since then. and. I respect the hell out of I. Heart I think they're definitely. They're leading the industry in so many ways I. Agree I find Bob Pittman. Much like Randy. He can command a room. You I got to speak at the podcast movement last week. He is a leader. He someone that I, see that the toxin great sound bites on. He. He does a really good job with that and I do think that they're doing a good job. They're the leader and you know I think every company has missteps, but you know they've got wonderful. People did wonderful resources, so you randy just for him, obviously passionate. I think he's someone like you myself. That just loves it, but he just saw that was the time that was a great exit for him It didn't quite happen that way oh. Really Yeah. Well I mean it's public record. He became. The head of I think it was called. New Technology. Okay! You know they. Say He gave him the phone the battery. And it was. It was just the as torture and Randy Ya. It was different and you know. Randy was just a magnet for people he he'd lead passionately. and. He was so smart. You just wanted to follow. Roy, who Roy Laughlin you hire. Right in. So he is is and he was part of that. And Certainly you have a tremendous amount of success during that. Era. I. Mean Royce one best salespeople is. Yeah absolutely absolutely amazing stitch I love Roy. He said that a lot of things that are happening today. Randy protected twenty some odd years ago. Yeah, and I think you know Randy had vision for voice tracking. which was not take one guy and make him to ten shifts. It was find the best talent. And share it. It was his his hub poke his hub and spoke concept his voice tracking concept. It's not what's being done now and I think it's kind of sad to see I mean nobody love talent Randy Lewis Talent. And he managed talent, and I mean I remember him telling me story about Gary. Burbank you know who was program? Director of WW? eyrie threw a fit. And started throwing cards for an grip the phone now. The Wall stood Randy's desk and throw a fit and. Ready said you've done now anyway, yeah! Go back to work. But think about it. weekender comes in and does the same thing you're out of here. So what's the difference between this great talent? Gary Burbank, and we and the weekend called asshole factor. In many ways, our our job is different much like a coach of a football team or a basketball team. You're coaching and you're working with talent that a lot of times. They're making a lot more money than you are. That are obviously incredibly creative, and you've got to manage them. Than you would in a traditional business where the bosses word is the final. Absolutely absolutely I mean even to this day. My not do I. Don't have air talent, but I work with him brilliant and talented people. You have to manage talent, and that's tough and I would agree with you that he had that he did. Have that knack you. I'm always working with you for a few years that I did I thought that you got and probably in Randy saw that in you that you I think sometimes research gets put into this analytical bucket, and it sometimes isn't viewed as creative as it can be, and you voice had this this programming side to you which I love. I love PD's I. Mean I used to get to talk to PD's every single day and it was. It was fun. And I think sometimes. It was tough, because sometimes you've got to deliver news. That isn't isn't good news. Exactly, how would you? How would you deal with that? What was like a tricky you had? You know just tell the truth. You know Sometimes PD's would want sample that didn't exist. Everybody, worked with me at critical mass knew that I would say I can't find people who don't exist in a percentage. They don't exist him. Well, arbitrary Tom Found thirty percent. Yeah, that's six. It was six people in your market. You want me to find thirty of them a week. What is the matter wouldn't. So in two thousand and eight. Thousand Eight you leave at that point. I mean you're overseeing eight hundred nine hundred station something like that something like that. What a tremendous! I mean seven hundred people at critical math all you had a team of seven hundred people. To facilities to call centers seven hundred people including all the part-timers. Oh, man gene! That's an incredible management position just in itself it was. Interesting. Yeah, and by the way leaving then was. was you know sort of a blessing? Because most of them had to be fired. I didn't have to do it. Oh, man, downsizing well, no, because of technology. You know do an awful lot of work right now. With seventeen people. And I'm excited to hear about I. Want you to tell me how things have changed. Yes, get into, see leave, and then you go straight into Tribune Yup Yup. Back with your power Andy well I worked for Mark Chase and mark mark was head of Ti Tribune interactive, and there are a bunch of us who went up to Chicago, I I actually commute every week I commuted from. Cincinnati to Chicago every week. How long have a fly? In fly drove drove okay. was four hours. And whenever I flew, it was seven, so you know air. And there were actually there were actually eight traffic lights between my house in Cincinnati and the apartment. I lived in Chicago and I could live right behind tribune tower, so I could see my office window from my apartment, so I zero commute always. My Commute was actually less than most of the people I worked with. How does this all come to be? How does how do you end up a tree well? Randy gets the job at. Tribune for Sam Zell. And once people around him. Who knows so? Mark left Steve Gable came head of technology and Jerry. Kerr staying Sean Sean. Compton who trip yeah I saw that that's. Sean Sean to you know. He started his kid. He I'm very proud of Sean And Yemi. I'm Jeff Capucci. was there Michael Connor was there? Russ was there I broadly. Jacobson, Aaron Gabbard there and I mean PJ Kling. Who Works with me now and My goodness Erica Erica Thornton, who was? Did Finance it for the clear channel cluster in Chicago, and so he's putting the whole team back together. Yeah, yeah, is there this feeling of excitement again? John Phillips who is the most qualified for his job? He flew. John can fix. Anything John was in charge of the building. The facility itself. The buildings mazing incredible. We're talking the famous tribune building. Yeah that building data that building sits on. Chew Twenty five thousand. Cowan tanks coil really. Why well in case, power went out? Oh, my gosh, so they have fuel literally to I. Don't know whether it's still there, but it was Aaron. We were there that would make sense. I mean to keep the operation on a bomb. Probably wouldn't pass code today. Yeah, well anyway, but Yeah, so we were all there. It was fabulous. Kevin Metheny. May he rest in peace with their to? We went to wgn. How many stations do you guys have now at that time and not have wgn? That was the only radio that was the only radio thought. Didn't you buy a few others at that? Point works okay. Which radio your full on now in print? No TV TV. You're not on the print side of it I worked I worked actually. I was executive vice president of research, an inside sales inside sales. which what does that mean? Randy said. Call Center over on Canal Street. I don't know what they do. It's yours go for your. And it turns out. They did tell US sales for careerbuilder. which was? Owned partly by Tribune Tribune. So I go over this call center, much people sitting there making phone calls on anything I mean essentially. He said what he said was similar to say. You used to build houses. They have windows. Go over there built cars. They have windows to I. Knew I do what I was doing, but I went over there and it was you know when we got there were? There's so many different divisions. The revenue was in one division, and the expense was in another division, and I mean it was. You know, it took. It took like four months to get financials to find out how we're doing. Is really a big coming 100-year-plus company. Yeah, yeah! Yeah, so I went okay sales. Sales I got to figure out. What these people are doing and how they're doing it and what I need to do so John Morton lives in Chicago. He worked with me at critical math. I had him come in and doing analysis. That sales team what they were doing. I read the report I said. That's a good idea and I. Managed it and. We cut it back and eventually we got it. We got it in the black, so I had that to deal with and also had research for the whole company. which was? Because I had no staff for research, except for Lee off. And We I just saw what they were doing. So I got to observe I got to work a lot of big companies that the the business units were using. I mean the maggots and the hats and. All these companies I got to learn how to do online research properly read a lot of academic papers. You know there's to do it in the wrong way to. Take. Him Radio Station database. And sending emails out is not the way to do it. It's not research. It's polling. You know it's like saying it's like filling up. Paul Brown stadium with people on Sunday and fall and saying how many people here like football. Ninety four percents of everybody loves football. Radio Research! Quote Unquote. It's ridiculous. So so there is a pattern. This is yeah, not knowing what I'm talking about. Go in, and you do it. Which is incredible? I, mean that is again back to the guts, the certainly the intelligence, but to go, and do those things whether it was moving seven hundred fifty miles away from your parents showing up in Nashville. Your I am t and then showing up at Tribune and taking over inside sales. Wouldn't try and fake brain surgery. But this one race. How long were you attribute it was it was three years. Two to three quarters years and I. Call us the Bath Water You know. The email tries up. And Ran. Randy's gone in two weeks after that we're all laughing. I, mean we're a luncheon. You just know it's coming. There is a a documentary right now called industrial magic, and it was based upon accompany This is in the early nineties. that was funded by Philips, Sony Apple and they were way of their time in basically developing a smartphone and they. Believe, it or not. That team ended up failing they were. Bright one of them went on Ebay. One went on to design the android Tony fondle went onto design was one of Steve Jobs, right hand man in the Iphone, and then went on to do the nest thermostat which he sold to Google, but almost everyone on this team I think there's about a dozen of went on to do these amazing things, and we use their products pretty much every day, but at that particular moment in time a team of brilliant people. It just wasn't the right time for them to come together, and they were ahead of their time. Is that what you think? Happened Oh God you know so many things happen. I mean I remember sitting in meeting newspaper. Oh, my God, you know. They were the rich kids I remember. They had a full floor tribute whether marketing people essentially what they did was make power points to show at each other to show. Do each other at the next meeting. I mean. We got we got gotTa Marketing Director Who's really the van driver in radio, these the rich. Sales to them was reading. What came off the fax machine? You know and you found out that what killed. Newspaper Was craigslist. Oh wow money. classifieds. Oh Jeez, and so are certainly not circulation. It wasn't you know wasn't subscriptions. It wasn't display the money. was that Sunday paper that was packed with classifieds. And, that's gone. But the sales people there couldn't get. An editorial is gone well. It's a sales problem. Why should we suffer? Why do we have to lose our jobs well? You know it's math. Money doesn't come from the money machine. and. So there was there was a very concerted effort. This new guy was coming. Brandy was cash flow positive. They're. I believe that 'cause you know? He reads balance-sheet really well. he understands math. And it was a concerted effort I mean. You know it. It was a bunch of stuff that happened it was a front page article in the New York Times. where? I know the truth. What they printed they had. What they printed was not the truth. I mean frankly if they've done some digging. They found other stuff that they did no digging. And so yeah, it It was bad. And it hurt a lot of people, and it destroyed a few lives. I mean big deal. There was a there was a poker game. Up in the colonel's office, you went on I. Mean there was also a hidden liquor cabinet you know gay this gated thing from prohibition. There was back stairway so so the colonel could escape from the mafia I mean. It was great I was at the poker game. There are no strippers at the poker game and Betsy. Phillips won the poker game. You Know I. Mean It was fun? And what they did. To that. Was You know it was not? It wasn't right. It just wasn't right, but it was what it was. And I will tell you trimming come. Who's very nice to me when I left? And gave me enough runway to start a new company, so I have no regrets. There's some great people at Tribune Company Sean Compton Still Tribune bless his heart. You know he's Great. He's become a bigwig there. He's ovation, right? He's a big deal and he's done an amazing job I. GotTa Give Sean All the credit in the world he, he played it better than any of us. I would say again back to the pattern of you being. The guts and All things have already said. But you look at our business and you look at how print has struggled look cable struggling more, and obviously we've got her issues and radio, but I wonder if part of what makes us resilient is because we're so damn scrappy and say that in a good way, but we're survivors, and we don't get set in our own way, and it kind of sounds to me that. Print was set in their way in God. Forbid someone comes in and tells them do something slightly different because Oh like it and I think we've had grow because of all the changes that we've endured, but we are probably more accepting as a whole and willing to move seven hundred fifty miles away to take that next. That yes, Opportunity or step in front of a EMT, and Nashville and act as if you've done it. I think that says something about you, but also our industry in the winter, a lot of wonderful resilient fabulous people in this business and I love reading I love radio people. I really love. Radio People. Tell me the brainchild. How does new VOODOO COME TO NEW FOOD Well, I got I got nice parting gifts from Tribune. But I'd brought a number of people with me. Who got two weeks right at Christmas? And so I I remember I had lunch with Aaron on the twenty seventh of December. And I, said okay. Let's do it. You know at that time. It was living someone else I. Know Wrench, pay it. It's now or never. And I will tell you. There are some wonderful people in this business and relationships mean everything. I will be eternally grateful to Jeff Capucci. Who is in Saint? Louis at the time had left Tribune I will be eternally grateful to Jim Richards was left radio, but was in Seattle at the time I will be eternally grateful to Greg Cosell. Who gave us a chance? so you decide to do this with Aaron. Lee Lee Lee. Jacobs mark within the mix at the time. And you know, Connor, you cell phone this yet. Again your guts. And starting a business in twenty ten with crazy. What kind of infrastructure did you need to put together? Because you're I mean obviously you've got. You know the recipe because you've done for so many years, but you also have to put together a tremendous infrastructure. How? Bob Lawrence used to be at pinnacle now at is I, will also be attorney. Grateful for him Bob's a great man because. He helped me when we started before we started doing doing things a different way I. Know it even. Process Music Research. He was great. I mean now Bob Shutdown Pinnacle at that point I don't know what you know. No He had pinnacle at the point at the Bob is a giver I. Know that he really integral and Ken Benson as well and. I mean there's some great people in this business and with your competitors are not. You know there are competitors for whom I mean. OP eternally grateful to Bob Learns. Gulp movement starting in two thousand ten. Because you're right. Were I mean fresh? I'm a real really kind of still in the recession. I mean two thousand ten I. It was insane. But what did I have to lose well? I mean. Could you at that point and I like to ask this question? Did you have enough of a nest egg to say hey, or was this something that you had to do because I get the idea you? Probably. If you wanted to say, have had enough, you could've probably. Yeah I. Didn't have enough, but at the time I was living with somebody I had no rent pay. I didn't Ha-. I could've been okay. kids are out of school. Oh, yeah, long out scar all right? Lisa got married that year, okay? Which isn't cheap? Married four that all happen thing. Yeah? And we might have gone. That's fine. Yeah, but. So. You hang up your shingle. You put the infrastructure together. I want to hear how researchers change in the technology and what you guys do today, and then you just start calling on Bob and Greg and people you know Dave, and they're said Caroline. We love you. Know. Bob Was running pinnacle at the time. You wasn't just just back office. Oh, my gosh, so was providing infrastructure. Why didn't realize what we caught? It together solves. That's how you put that together. That's a brilliant. He was and he. You know what he needed. Some help with something and I helped him, and he helped me, and he was. He was wonderful. It was just sort of like. The gods saying okay. Bring bring him into her life. It was you know. Look so much luck. Tell me by the way luck is something that. Millionaires people that have been very successful. Most of the time we'll credit to luck people that aren't very successful and I I hate to say I'm very successful, but. I guess it's the best way putting. It will usually say it's something else, and it's your humbleness and I guess that's what I'm trying to say. I'm not being very articulate about it, but you've got a tremendous amount of humility, and it's not about me. It's about the wonderful people I've met. I am not new. My team is new. They make it work. There is a passion among the people who work with me. That it's all about them. You know I mean yeah. There were some nights towards tap at night going. How am I gonNA make payroll. No my 401k suffered I minded to actually it was my IRA at the time. Yeah! But it's nerve wracking, but you know we have. With seventeen. People We have full benefits. That's fantastic. We have A. we do have a 401k. Tom Pretty Pretty blessed. I feel, and I tried to count blessings things every day. Yeah, I mean the older you get, the more you realize it. It can go in a heartbeat so. How has researched changed in the last twenty five? South my goodness Well first of all do everything online now. I don't have people don't have people making annoying phone calls We compensate respondents and not telephone agents. Were able to achieve perfect sampling. because computers don't care. They disqualify you. According to the parameters you set we are able to discard people post-facto with all sorts of traps for people you know for box for I mean. I've got all sorts of traps to get the riffraff out. so that it's a whole different thing. You know to sit and pray that the call would get done with one hundred now we have one hundred and one hundred twenty for every hundred sample. Say the data's significantly better today. lutely absolutely great call centers. I stand by the data now much more than I. Would you know 'cause you have people you gotTa make quotas I mean you can monitor you there. You can't catch everything that way, but you can catch everything online. What car your career is. Fascinating and I mean running a business. Takes so much guts running a business that had eight hundred employees and oversaw hundred, seven, hundred, hundred. Sorry, all right seven days I again getting in that car and moving seven hundred fifty miles of all the steps in those doors that you mentioned that you some walk through and others that you don't. What are you the most proud of my kids? Filling important thing I've ever done. Fairly important thing. Thank you so much for the time today I really appreciate it. It's been absolutely fantastic and much success to you and everything that you guys are doing. And It's been a blast. Sit across the Sit across the table and and talk to you about your career had no idea. It been an interesting ride. It's never been dull. And just just find joy. You gotta find joy in life. Otherwise why bother!

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Illegal aliens too fat to deport. John Solomon and Charlie Kirk with Sebastian Gorka

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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Illegal aliens too fat to deport. John Solomon and Charlie Kirk with Sebastian Gorka

"Is podcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this from courageous voices of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com the truth the whole truth nothing but the truth. That's dr jeez specialty. America vers in may of twenty eleven. The obama white house leaked that seal team six had killed osama bin laden and immediately al qaeda placed bounties on the heads of all navy seals. Just three months later on august the six a helicopter carrying many of the same elite unit or shot down in the tange valley in afghanistan with zero survivors. Thirty americans died that day in the greatest single incident loss of life in the history of the navy seals or us special operations after the investigative report. Many questions remain. Where was the black box. And why is it still missing. Why did it take seventeen minutes to fly a ten minute mission and did are restricted rules of engagement. Contribute to this tragic outcome. What really happened to seal team six. Find out now. With the new provocative movie. I have seen it and it is superb. Fallen angel call sign extortion. One seven viewable only at salem. Now dot com. That's fallen angel. Call sign extortion. One seven watch salem. now dot com. We are delighted as we are every week when he joins us because he brings us the freshest us he talks about the things the legacy lying media are not prepared to cover. Why because he's a real journalist. He is the editor in chief of the founder of just the news dot com. Follow him at j solomon reports. John solomon welcome back to america first. Hey good to be with you all right. So there are fake. Whistle blowers like alexandra. Don't call me missed a vitamin and there are real ones. You've got a story up on unbelievable reasons why this administration is the letting. Illegal aliens free in america. Give us the essentials of this story. Please john imagine if this had happened a year ago whistleblower emerges to congress provides prime facie proof that an american president is violating the law knowingly and willfully violating the law and even contriving excuses to get around his legal obligations. The media would have been a flame. Well that's what happened. Last night jim jordan and other members of congress sent a letter to may orchestrating a whistleblower blower inside the border enforcement apparatus inside the government. Apparatus came forward and said president biden and his team are knowingly and willfully releasing illegal aliens. Who were supposed to be deported. The law regarding deported at the last minute is they're getting near deportation. According to this whistle blower they contrive an excuse. Why they need to Let this person go into the interior of the united states. Instead of deport them as the law requires the latest. Excuse contrived excuse that this whistle blower told congress is that they're claiming they're measuring the body mass index. The bmi people people who are overweight are being released on the grounds that they are suffering from obesity. So they've literally contrived a fat exemption hang on. I need to repeat this. Because i'm sure that a large chunk of our millions of listeners. Heard what you said and could not believe it. So federal agents are inventing excuses to prevent the deputy individuals who are here illegally who have been marked for deputation back to their home countries and some of the reasons being manufactured by the by administration is that too fat to deport john. That's exactly what he said. The letter actually says the whistle blowers actually quoted as saying these are going to quote absurd absurd exemptions to the lob and they went on to say that some of the illegal aliens you've heard about this those who were sitting there waiting for deportation are gorging themselves eating themselves to death so they can get fat enough to get qualified for the exemption. This is the insanity that we've created at the southern border. It's a security risk. It's also just an extraordinary insult to the american people. Expect the laws that were passed by congress to be enforced having met with the great people of ice cb bph asai. I know it's not. The agents is any Any granularity on who's ordering these absurd exemptions not yet have not been able to find out the specifics of what the whistle blower said about who orchestrated the idea. But once we do we'll get back to you and try to break that story but that is a great question we just don't know the answer yet But this letter is in black and white. It's pretty clear. It signed by. Three members of congress led by jim jordan and it should you get the attention of every american. This is how far the government has gone people. Talk about all. What's the bureaucracy is just nothing it's a. It's a figment of imagination. This is what permanent bureaucrats when they exercise power aside from the law. That what they're capable of doing they're able to just disembowel a law and not allowed to be enforced even though we have tens of thousands of illegal aliens who should be deported right now and You said something in the break to me about the scale of the count- emergency john app. So i just thought. I talked to greg dubey. Who's in florida. Who's seeing a lot of these illegal aliens after the release. Settle in florida. And he said this is the greatest american security crisis since nine eleven. Gop congressman from florida said. This border crisis is the largest crisis. America has faced since the nine eleven terror attacks shocking. Find out more. We're going to post the story on twitter and facebook pages. Read it off to the show. Because now we're talking to john the latest twist a hillary clinton carter page. Give us an update. Well leave it to liberals and democrats to come up with china. Excuse and why. They shouldn't have legal culpability The law firm that hillary clinton hired to conduct the steele dossier who paid for the steele dossier is trying to get out of a lawsuit filed by carter page who is defamed by the dossier we now know. The carter page wasn't a russian stooge acid. He sued and the law firm in trying to fight. The lawsuit is claiming that it is a stateless corporation. Meaning it doesn't have a state of residence because three of its partners starting in two thousand eighteen by the way two years after the steele dossier was already published Work in china and therefore it can't be sued under american law because it is a stateless corporation and believe it or not to courts have now accepted that argue. Hang on. this is a bad joke. This is this is bad this. This is a militia worth is this exist perkins perkins. Kelly is perkins offer. Sleazebag law firms in dc is saying that they're stateless. John are and they've gotten a district court and the seventh circuit in chicago. The appeals court to agree with that now the seventh circuit said listen. This is unchartered territory. The supreme court probably hasn't weighed in. Well we'll see where this goes but imagine that you have three partners that you send to china in fact after the steele dossier and then you claim to because you have three people working in china. You're no longer subject to the tort laws of the united states in federal court. Whatever remarkable claim it sitting there in a black and white and we gave you the court ruling and the filings so you can actually see what perkins kui and the judges have ruled. It's a remarkable thing if allowed to stand everybody's going to hire somebody in china real quickly so they can't be sued in federal court genius. Find one person who's stunk in china and then you'll law firm can never be sued again. It's surreal it is bizarro world. We're going to post that story as well. That's why we have him on every week because he brings you. The stories others won't because then not real journalists follow him jay solomon reports. Bookmark just the news dot com. Check it in the morning. Check it in the evening. Thank you john. I think this is america's first on the salem radio network wherever you are whatever you're doing don't touch that dial because we're going to have somebody special in studio. 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Welcome to the swab giant. Dr gorka thanks for. Let me your studio earlier. We had a lot of fun anytime anytime that was his opening of the student. Actions summit that we held recently in a very hot place do somewhat cooler next very hard. You had a suit and tie on ice shocked. Everybody i gave my speech with no time. No we we changed outfits i swapped. We did we did. We did a little roll reverse right there but it was an amazing event. Tell list is across the nation. What is the student action summit. How big was it. And what was the message. It was four thousand plus young students. You were terrific by the way and that was just boy. It's like two weeks ago. I know from students from all fifty states really gearing up for this next semester of activism and it was an incredible response we had governor onto santa's there ted cruz. Was there mike. Pompeo is there. Donald trump junior and really kind of gives you hope when you see four thousand students in a room ready to take their country back and that's one of many conferences we've done over the summer. We have our young women's leadership that we did our chapter leadership summit. We've a whole campus to glang all yet black leadership summit coming up this fall just at our young latino leadership summit. So we're not we're not sitting still. We have our staff training right now in phoenix arizona for well over one hundred thirty fulltime people. We have on staff so got a country to save but slow down. You're married mallika marriages. How god wants you to live to reach the highest levels of potential and flourishing. So we're finally in a place where we can really really hit our inflection point. Now follow him now at charlie. Kirk eleven support this organization. Truly along with prager you. Dennis breakers organization. These are the two fighting on the front lines to take america back expand. If you will on that message. I asked you as is arriving at the event. What should we be talking about. What's the theme. you said. No mall defensive. It's about pushing back on the communists on the socialists. How does this translate into the lives of young students and young americans. Yeah i mean. I'll kind of give you some things. I'm rather upset about. Why are establishment republicans negotiating and infrastructure. Deal with money. We don't have to an investment that will be quite honestly not significant and substantial to our nation while they are mandating vaccines for people that don't want them and experimental vaccine and you have medical apartheid coming to the city of new york right now. They are literally saying you can't go to restaurants and theaters. Where's our republican leaders. Making any sort of issue at this. They're fine that their voters aren't able to go to restaurants. I mean it. It used to say irish need not apply. Now it's unvaccinated. Need not apply and so i. I'm rather upset that our own side. It would be one thing if they were fighting and not advancing anything positive. That's fine it's not ideal but they're doing worse than that they're agreeing with the other side and negotiating multi trillion dollar green energy boondoggles. So yeah this is. This has been a real telling moment. Dr gorka that many on the republican side are not actually in the business of governing or fulfilling their promise to their voters doesn't make a horror of vacuum and sooner or later if the establishment doesn't do it americans will. Yeah i mean you would think so again. I kind of go back to this constant complaint. I have that the seventeen. Th amendment was like one of the worst things ever to happen which was getting the direct election of senators. Almost none of these issues would be happening because the state legislators are actually getting into gear. Dr gorka right there. The they're moving great bills moreover it's election integrity and matt vaccines hotel. Like the voters aren't sending a message. It's that the seventeen. Th amendment is like this amendment that allowed all this other garbage to happen because the us senate was supposed to be of the states. We would have a sixties. We'd have like a sixty four seat. Majority in the senate and the senators would be. They would be tied to these legislators they would not if they would step out of line they would be recalled. So yes this. Void will be filled. And i'm quite quite honestly fed up with republicans using the political power given to them by their voters to portray their voters to betray their own voters though to do absolutely nothing. One of the biggest challenges isn't the laughed. It is the establishment. Gop that still doesn't understand what happened in two thousand sixteen next and when asked charlie who are we actually finding. What is the best adjective. 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I asked him a question before we began on discussion. And he said that's an interesting one. I'm gonna to in front of three million people. Charlie cook who are we finding. We've talked about the establishment. Gop that seems to be a war. When it comes to the left the the bind administration kamala bernie blm other communist. Are they socialists. What are they i mean. Communist is a fine term. There's always been two different types of communists though and they've always hated each other. Which are the nationalist communist. And the internationalist communists trotskyites versus the lennon's of the stalin. And i think you're starting to. You're going to see that collision. But i don't think it's as ideological as it used to be. I think that they're deconstructionist's in nature that they wanna see this entire republic fall apart and kind of truth. Be this of course. Yeah i mean once you remove absolute truth in the land of the absurd. They rain exactly what's happening. They don't want to have anything. That's objectively true or right or real and they only believe there's power dynamics as the way to try to adjudicate differences or to try to organize society so i think you have kind of this coalition. Some are more legitimate communist marxism or corporatists. That just want power and relevancy. I would put kind of chuck schumer more in that direction. i think he's just more of a just brass knuckle politician that wants to be in control and power and considering how old is just really kind of sinister and dark to think about that. Then you've got to have the nihilists that just wanna burn everything and really. Yeah the antifa types and then you have the true legit revolutionaries that think they're going to usher in some sort of utopia the alexander kazu cortez's. They're the ones who really got to watch out for the ones that think they're on the right side of history there arguably the most dangerous and the most treacherous and so you kind of build this whole coalition together on their against every single main tenant idea that has made this country exceptional and it's whether we described them as communists mean. It's a fair term. I actually think we should start saying you mentioned the coal protests like schumer the establishment politicians. Let's talk about the corporations that every day are becoming more and more woke. Isn't there a point in a in a country where people vote with their pocketbooks where they will be a wall and people. Just say as sorry. Netflix sorry united airlines. I'm just not doing it. There needs to be. I mean the problem dr gorka. I flew from chicago this morning. I don't have many options right. Get here when i needed to get there in the markets. I was flying to you. Know there's not as many options as we'd like to believe so an airlines are great example right because it's so cost prohibitive to get into an airline. It's so capital intensive. And they're so reliant on government to either subsidize them bail them out and they're really heavily regulated. So if that's the case these companies shouldn't be allowed to intervene partisan politics. This should be like amtrak okay. You're super inefficient. You're not allowed to intervene. I'm not saying nationalize the airlines. I'm saying you know what united airlines you got a multibillion dollar bail out from the federal government you can't all of a sudden say the george voting laws racist sorry delta. You know that that's the new line. And so but the other thing is yes for the front facing consumer companies where. There's a lot of choice. That's really where we as conservatives need to focus our attention. do you believe in boycotts. of course i do. Yeah i mean i believe. It's well past time that we start to imply employ a lot of the that. They've used against us people. Say i don't like boycotts. Why you're gonna go fund organization. That funds planned parenthood undoing enemies. Why would you do that. When it comes to funding your enemies you started a movement. I before covered. How important is it. That americans who love this country don't fund their alma maters. I mean this is called divest you which is a whole program from turning point. Usa and it's very important. I mean what worked what we're trying to do a turning point. Usa is to try to get donors to withhold their dollars and their resources permanently hopefully from the alma mater that they went to these universities have become pure indoctrination centers. They are islands of totalitarianism. And so people say. I don't have a lot of power and that's just not true that that is a cynical way to view the world on a middle class income. You have to purchase certain goods certain services. 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Why Biden stayed silent on 9/11. Lord Conrad Black and Charlie Kirk with Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA First

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Why Biden stayed silent on 9/11. Lord Conrad Black and Charlie Kirk with Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA First

"In our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. I what caused others. They take pay off the world one little note along. Remember what we say here but it can never forget what they did here. What your country can do for you like you. And mr girl tear down this war and the not feeling we will make america great again. This is america. First with sebastian. Gorka my tax the rich. What a model a model as well. Damn the footage. That is getting alexandra. Oh quarters in lots of trouble. Even with people on the left at the met gala wearing a custom gown with a certain political message. Welcome to france to america. I this is your host. Sebastian gorka from strategies to president trump currently member. Yes joe. i'm still a member of the national security education board. Have fun with that. We have an amazing show lined up for you today but let me share with you. I some personal experiences over the last twenty four hours to kind of tie into the mat and eos dress with the tax the rich slogan written in red on the back of her gallon. First things first how much those tickets. Jeff what are you. What did you say the prep sir. How much is a ticket to the met gala. What are they saying some places. They're saying thirty thousand thirty because you by tables and the tables are like twenty two hundred and fifty thousand or whatever all depends where your table is too right. So there's you know there's at least eight people at the table so we're talking. We're talking about a a very nice car to go and eat rubber chicken pretty much. I wouldn't go for free. I know he wouldn't go for free. I've never been to the met gala ever so here we have somebody who was a bartender who was elected not as a democrat. Can you just be very specific about this. Something says she's no no no it's the socialists. Okay it's the democratic socialists of america the ds that is her affiliation. That is how she was elected. She's not a democrat. This isn't scoop jackson's party. She is a socialist. She is the inventor of the green new deal. That is the most ambitious plan to take away your freedoms we have seen in the united states since slavery. Yes i mean it in terms of the control given to government saints a mansi patient. We've never seen the like of it. No air travel gasoline engines. Gone beef bad as well. Get to eat beef. It's in the plan which had that strange document from her website that disappeared the faq's the frequently asked questions about what's really going to happen when the implemented why was that deleted from your website. Alexandro castle cortes and she goes to the metropolitan gala. Where tickets are at least thirty thousand dollars per head in a custom gal and greens that grin of hers is. She does a twirl and shows the world her eat. The rich slogan eat the rich custom gown. Thirty thousand dollar ticket the metropolitan god what tax the rich. Yeah eat the rich the next phase. That's that's green. You deal to point custom-made gown. How much do we think that gown is just from the thrift store the metropolitan gala and thirty thousand dollars so who she talking about. She's not talking about a truck driver. She's talking about a south just in case you're wondering about the figures we now have this breaking story that those who are calling for the deform the police the squad especially has spent more on personal protection than anybody else in congress. How's that for tax. The rich maybe take away. Your security detail is well now. I wasn't at the met last night. I was at a conservative confabulation. And i won't mention it because i don't wanna get my host in trouble but i did something at this event because i owe you audio listeners. An apology so we're gonna talk about another event. Jeff has been with us the longest. He is our producer. Mr g are you there. No he's not. I need to ask mr jia question. That's let's start with eric. Eric is the second longest serving member of the america first team. It's not a trick question. No pressure just be honest in front of all of our listeners. How many times have we made mistakes here on america first eric mistakes mistakes i could probably count on one hand maybe a little over one hand with six fingers on it perhaps six six mistakes courtesy of at least some of us not just you. Oh i see talking the entire very kind of you very kind of you. What about me the host. How many mistakes have. I made in threes almost three years. Is it possible to say less than zero. That's why eric was has my back. I have made at least you're welcome to call in and remind me of others. I have made one mistake which i have publicly accepted on this show. I have made at least two or three mea culpas and that has to do with a certain member of the administration. I served with a cabinet member. I was just a lowly strategist deputy to the president and that individual was our attorney general. Bill baugh and i have a story to tell you about bilbao from us nine on this show on social media and elsewhere i made statements about bill baugh being a good guy getting to the bottom of things rooting out corruption in the department of justice. Not making an excuse. Because i you know those words when mine but i made those statements based upon things that had been told to me by very good friends. Who'd worked for bill baugh when he had been the attorney general previously in the bush administration. So it's going on socio deemed to be very reliable. And i repeated that affirmation but i was wrong. I was as wrong as wrong. Could be this man is come. He is swamp. Just look into how richie is in where he got his money from. But you don't need to know that stuff. The inside baseball. You need to know what he did or didn't do for the trump administration how he had one job one job to clean out the stygian origin. Stables that were the department of justice just clean it out of corruption of the likes of stroke mccabe at the fbi komai people who weaponize law enforcement and he didn't nothing zip one. One junior loy gets a slap on the wrist for forging cia document. If i'd forced the cia document ibm jail now and be there for a long time. But i saw bill by yesterday this event and after he left and who's waiting for his car to be brought up. I told him when i thought of him. I wasn't rude. I just said you are an odd disappointment. And then he laughed at me. What does that mean that he loved. It means he is a swamp creature it means he is so confident in his untouchability t in his teflon coating that he thinks. It's all so amusing. Bill baugh we know who you are And i just hope the thirty pieces of silver worth. I'm sebastian gorka this market. I on the salem radio network coming to you live from relieffactor dot com studios just outside the insalubrious fetid swamp. That is washington. Dc stick with us wherever you are. Whatever you're doing just make sure you don't touch that. Dial next former attorney to president trump constitutional low professeur fighting for election integrity jenna. Ns hearing studio relieffactor pain relief. It's real pain relief. That works painted. That relieved me of my lower back pain that had plagued me for nine years almost a decade. But it's not just me. It's tens of thousands of americans across the country like deborah from massachusetts. This is her story. I just started taking relief factor four days ago. My hip pain is gone. I had a horrible time sleeping because of the pain. I absolutely love how i am feeling. Thank you relief factor. 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Men and women making very very peculiar statements trying to justify that shambolic withdraw his one of them cut six anthony blinken since two thousand and four. Roughly something like eighty billion dollars in defense articles is provided to afghanistan. So that goes back over the last. Only asking me about the gps tracking. We knew the location of this equipment that we have now seen fall into the hands of terrorists. Are we going to destroyed or not. So much of much of this equipment is either inoperable will soon be inoperable because it can't be maintained as says. I've seen it based on what i've heard from my colleagues. There is nothing of strategic value that. Threaten us or threaten afghanistan's neighbours nothing of strategic value. The taleban now have more black hawk helicopters than any nation in nato except the united states. Maybe he should ask his colleagues whether it's inoperable maybe should switch on a television and see the parades of humvees in the blackhawks flying today about afghanistan. Let's bring things back to reality with one of your favorites are regular guest. Author of a president like no other donald j trump and the restoring of america and a matter of principle. Lord conrad black. Welcome back. thank you very much best in you. You might have mentioned that Wealthy spoke to the house represented has learned relations committee. He did so from the state department office. He didn't take the one mile journey to Grace with his physical presence. He sat at his desk almost rendered visible by the official flags behind the just move them forward six inches. They would have covered. His shoulders would have been economic a congressman from between the flags of the united states and the state department. Yeah we we have to discuss your latest pieces in american greatness in the epoch times. But let's stop. Because i myself when i watched it yet you're so right the staging of it and one of the members actually said you. You couldn't be bothered to come down here as the secretary of state from the state department and this visage of him surrounded by those massive flags ver very trae very peculiar. Let me ask you. As president of this story and as a keen observer of of american politics do events like yesterday or today do they mean anything anymore. Is it just spectacle full. The the the purpose of click bait and little clips of videos. What what is the weight of such hearings even after such disasters kabul. Well i think i think It's not what it was in. The near was a tremendous attention to appearances of officials before senator fulbright's committing particularly the senate foreign relations committee but Some remember the what you referred to as click based on some of these little team nets will be extremely damaging to the administration. I mean some of the points where the secretaries normally relatively articulate man unlike the president who serves It just stumbled bumbled and you couldn't couldn't get to coherent word that that will be damaging when it's running republican advertisements on television you know and And a couple of his answers as a number of his statements in the past six months. eclipse the mobile show on and it will be seen how completely inaccurate. They were as predictions and unfortunately in some cases even as statements of facts when they were done in fact factual. So i i think the the actual karen's doesn't do much but selectively chosen pieces from the on on film and used in In newscast by people who don't swoon over the administration then partisan advertising but opponents of the administration will be very damaging. Nothing that he said is the slight used to re electing any democrats. Well you You juxtaposed him with his his boss. The mumbling bomba here. He was yesterday idaho. And another thing. That will i gas be used in the gop ads and says the man who bears the title of president cut three placates. Sorry going so long thank you. I guess that's one back to anyone whoever wants to do i guess i have to turning over. I don't know who to hadid. Very presidential lord black. You surprised that. Not one person not wanting to vigil at any level has been fired or offered their resignation in the last month since of ghanistan. Not exactly because once the step was taken. We've seen what a terribly difficult and needlessly dangerous situation The american interest in and our interest in afghanistan been plunged into and no one quit. I i think it was clear that this was the president's decision. And he was not physician to fire. Scapegoats would have released texts memos or comments that they'd need advising against what happened. And so i you know The chairman of the joint chiefs. Millie and secretary of defense lost in another's sullivan. Attention security council have all loyalty stepped in behind the president saying that that what was done was a sensible thing to do and it could have been improved upon but the mistakes are not terribly serious and so on because i i think if if some of them had actually advised the president to do what he did they would have been fired and there would have been good reason to fire them and then the president could have said well. This man told me such and sewn. It wasn't right so i've got to make change And i thank him for his service entry but since nobody's getting fired not mainly but everybody else is upside down ministration. They've been judging by girls. Don't apply but since no one else has been. It seem that. There's the commander in chief decision. And he's gotta carry the cancer as he said The buck stops with him with sounds like it was his decision. Who else can he blame it on. Let's pull out a little bit. Let's go to fifty thousand eight. You've written a piece for the epoch. Times on how the united states can move beyond the shambles in afghanistan with an alliance of democracies. How can can we make a silk purse out of a sows air. What what would be the ideal scenario. Given the change deal political environment after the surrender of kabul. Well i think you do is you. You have the decent interval for the horror to take part of that is still occurring to settle down and then you said a boat reestablishing credibility. It's an obviously is a country. There's nothing wrong with its credibility is just too powerful just as powerful country today as it was three months ago and and it is the most powerful country in the world so it's a straight question credibility administration now unfortunately you don't have any personnel ministration ebony credibility in the world. That's why it's blinking done. Decent thing and resigned and and and a more substantial person been put into replacing and with a few other changes at the same time. It would be easier to do this. But they they. The normal thing to do is take your lumps. Let a little time but not much go by and then you know. Prepare written events key allies and then take the initiative in proposing in this case reforms to the alliance to make it more effective extended beyond the north atlantic which snot now the key crisis area in the world and include the middle east and the car and it just it all democratic countries. Seek admission maintain it as a defensible. We're not threatening anyone else. But an attack on isn't a fact upon all. I don't think anyone in europe would be anything other than pleased if japan and india for example australia joining such a lot. And and why would they not those countries. I would be pleased to have Germany in france and great britain alliance with it. Could kim all build something like that. Load black i. I didn't i'm sorry. Kamala harris even countenance building. Something like nappies. She's she's already said in revealing moment. Lester hole in frightful relevance to The question that he posed but southern border that she'd never been in europe so he's never set foot in europe. I it this kind of thing is at the top no indeed. The autobiography of fabulous read is a matter of principle and additionally his book relevant than ever in my expectation. I think a an announcement is imminent from my former boss is a president like no other donald j trump and the restoring of america. You can follow our guest at lord at conrad. Emma black on twitter. And he's also the co host with none other than victor davis hanson and bill bennett's of these scholars incense podcast. We will continue discussion here. In america i come to you live from the relieffactor dot com studios as the hearings conditions continue on capitol hill live streaming also on rumble. 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You will receive a free gift so help protect the second amendment by joining gun owners of america right now at gun. Owners dot org slash. Go ave from the relieffactor dot com studios. This is america. First with sebastian. Gorka breaking news from my friend. Yes jennifer hole on our west coast warrior princess host of the morning on three in los angeles. This is the text you sent me. I just voted. This is the first time in my entire life that i have ever had to stand in line. Ooh that's interesting. Republicans tend to vote on election day. Not in advance so it looks like there is a big turnout. The one thing. I responded to her. Well that's impressive. At least you weren't told that you'd already voted. As many republicans have already been told we are back with lord. Conrad black his latest piece. In the times the us can move beyond aghanistan shambles with an alliance of democracies and then for american greatness threading of the biden opportunity needle riposting both of those right now but we haven't Talked long black since the commemorations of last weekend this is what president trump had to say about the current incumbent play cuts. It went to three place at all three places. He went to the pentagon went to pennsylvania. He came here and he didn't speak. Isn't it strange that you had the democrat. President and former presidents at a formal ceremony in new york biden went elsewhere as well. Not one speech was given binding comment on the twentieth. Anniversary was president trump goes and meets the firefighters in the office of the nypd. Your your reaction to that that that strange. It's very strange. And for the president to be asked muffs to attend at the world trade center but the families some of the family. Super deceased I it it's it's it's a shocking turn of events. I mean i never heard of such thing. And then and then for biden not to make a speech on the twentieth anniversary at any of the sites and then they said that they. He wasn't welcome unless he released the Classified papers about relations with saudi arabia. And on the day he released and unreleased biden the release earlier. You know even two days earlier and then and then say they've been my great pleasure groupies papers honored to be here to show on behalf of the country. We share the sorrow the pride those who who who who had loved runcie died here. But i mean they just can't get anything right and that's not the democratic or i've seen years you know i mean they always run a slick operation but as they did in franklin stealing no action but this white house is just stumbling from pillar to post so this is. We've always preface our analyses with you know we're not psychiatrists. We can't do telepathy but in this case given the magnitude of the event the twentieth anniversary of the greatest terror attack of the modern age. What is your supposition is. The likeliest scenario is that his team didn't trust him to give a speech without gaffes. Is it an indication of you mentioned the massive slump in his favorable favorability ratings after the kabul surrender. So what is the most likely scenario in your estimation given given that he that fear that his remarks would not be well see a terribly embarrassing for president to be speaking on a on a nonpartisan occasion of immense national significance like they anniversary of pearl harbor. The anniversary of the assassination president kennedy something just a great national crisis of extreme drought and provocation. And if whoever the president is Is is frankly. You know booed by some of the people present. It would be terribly embarrassing. So i guess they reckon but it was less than to go and be cousins and show respect but not speak than to run the risk of having a negative response if he did. I have to say i have to say. That's probably the most likely scenario because the the effect on his future politically if that had occurred if one of the family members survivors had heckled. Oh booed him that. I mean that that would have been tantamount an impeachment in my opinion and he couldn't just yes delaware so no. I think i think you're right. I think you're right. Let's talk about your latest piece. American greatness amd greatness dot com threatening the binding opportunity needle the subheading the catastrophic and banal by denies ation of america is giving the republicans a winning hand but they must play cathy. How do they play the hand. What is the the the needle that has to be threaded is it. A full throated returned to the america first. Or what is your advice to conservative politics. Well look i think subtly it is hey returns trump But with a with a either with trump who is a somewhat more emollient personality or a candidate endorsed by him who it was something like mortgage mullen personality. But you you you subtly come back. Trump policy and either with a trump supporter trump suit person or with trump himself but with the seasoning of having been there for term. It's like new still a little bit of lingering feeling that he was a little too bombastic. They'd -rageous time said you. You set up with that. But on the flip side of it what. I was cautioning mice that i think if the republicans go all the way on abortion and they're between abolitionists and the texas rule. Six week that they've they've got to be careful that they should they that i think could be a vote loser. I mean i understand conscientious issue. I just think they should handle it. Tactically careful so softly y- yeah and and and you know not bringing abortion opposite an issue about birch and secondly the They've got to be careful about saying they rightly. Do demand a proper border in the south. But they don't want any afghan immigrants. I i don't think that's the right thing to do. They got to confine that we don't want bad people against but if it's a that they don't want to even from afghanistan after the country's been there for twenty years and left such a disgraceful manner but they don't want a soul from afghanistan when as opposed to stopping two hundred thousand people coming in illegally into the country in the south every month. I that's not going to work and And i and i think even on this vaccination thinks that the administration stealing juice a message. It's been terribly confused. And i if i were the republicans i would be a little careful about saying no vaccination mandates acceptable. I think they're fine on the mask. The mask nonsense. But i i would example. Not think it was a bad thing. If there was a mandate that everyone over sixty had to be back. I mean wanted to save these people's lives and and there there is a good statistical thing. I personally agree. You shouldn't be telling everybody that they have to be back in. The i don't think the republicans should build it up as a violation of a basic human rights of the constitution on the scale but infringement supreme of expression well it's It is a denial of signs to say that everybody has to be vaccinate. Even the healthy but there is an argument that you protect the vulnerable. That's what the the people who believe in science have been saying from the beginning. He's the co host. Along with. Victor davis hanson. And bill bennett of the podcast scholars and sense. You can follow him on twitter but get his books especially donald j trump a president like no other. This is america. i and i'm sebastian gorka. 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Stints field if you wanna get yours go to goal cousteau dot com especially the one that everybody's buying right now. All hours of the day. I spoke to us still manage today. It's the if you're woke. You're a loser t-shirt with the president's face that we made for when he came on this show so to honor president trump with that quote from his rally. If you woke your loser get yours today. Sub cousteau store dot com. That's e. g. o. K. gawker store dot com and one of the people on the podium. We had myself. We had the great one. Mark levin dennis prager and we had the guy who was he was of all of us the most on fire. And he's joining us right now and you. I liked him for a reason. It says on his twitter feed. He was born in october. So he's a lebron like me like all the best people the founder and president of turning point usa. charlie kirk. Welcome back to america. I can be here doctor. Thank you for having me. And you all very balanced individual lebron's yes very cool calm collected. I don't know about that. I think that. Probably more disruptive and willing to fight. But sure i'll. I'll take i look who knows i might might be. What scorpio rising in your sign. I stopped talking about this crazy man. Let's listen to just how much he was on fire. This is a little snippet of charlie from this weekend. Cut twelve the day. That joe biden issued the osho order or the cdc order. The governor of north dakota and south dakota oklahoma and texas louisiana democrat should upset okay. You're all the sudden going to act. As if we're in a post constitutional state rebuilding keystone excel pipeline. We're sending the workers back tomorrow. Go send the troops and try to go. Let's let's look at the optics of federal agents coming in and arresting a bunch of middle class hard hat wearing guys. Going to work on a pipeline. Come on go. Try and arrest them. We need to provoke them to actual they will blake everybody. They will blink. That grabbed me. That thirty seconds from two hours truly grabbed me the idea that we go on the offensive because if we did that if those governors did that charlie they would blink. Wouldn't they the feds would blink. Yes the question is with. The governor's blink that that's the real us on right. Yeah and so if the governors had a backbone you know similar to kinda ron santo. Who's one of the one of the few that has really thought. Then this is how they would be thinking. Which is who's to say that a federal judge can come in and all of a sudden suspend the pipeline. And who's to say that a federal judge not even a federal judge. I'm sorry a president Would come in and just with a stroke of a pen. He didn't run on. That's not as mandate you know. I didn't came in running under office saying that he was. He slipped to the tongue and said that he wanted to abolish and save out fossil fuels completely but at other times he made promises that he wasn't gonna do anything. This is the sort of mindset that i think republicans and conservatives need to start to embrace that you know. We're here to save the country through any bold or dramatic means necessary and i'm not calling for anything violent obviously or anything that is outside. A societal norms building pipeline. Dr gorka. they're the ones that want to go. Burn down buildings. I'm saying hey let's go build stuff. And one of the things we can go. Build is a pipeline that ensures national security. it's also polk in the ida warren buffett. And here's how this would work. If the governor's sent back these workers to construct this pipeline. It would take federal agents with police power to go into states and go arrest these middle class workers or whoever whoever's in charge. I don't know how that would work. You're trying to tell me that people that work for law enforcement federally rawson go arrest fifteen thousand people that are working but welders and trying to put together a very complicated project. I don't think so. I think that the federal government realized that they don't have as much power as they think they do. And this is the time. This is what the left did to us to this. We have to understand. Is that people say. That's unprecedented notes. Not portland seattle new york chicago san francisco and la they refuse to enforce federal immigration law under the trump administration. You were there you remember. They said yeah. we're not. We're not gonna issue deportation notices. We were gonna get in the way of ice we're going to. We're going to govern ourselves like okay if that's the new set of affairs. Then that's what we have to. He is the host of the charlie. Cook-show get subscribed to that podcast right now and even more important than that support his amazing organization turning-point usa teepee usa dot com. But charlie this. This is the challenge. Somebody said to me we. We've got a yesterday. Senator said we've got to get the kevin mccarthy's of the world to fight like we do. We can't charlie. They won't so it. The only realistic scenario is we have to replace these governors these these members of the conservative elite with people who want to fight. Isn't that the first challenge that is and that's why my focus is on the states. I'm not really sure what the solution is for. The federal government As far as replacing the legislative branch with people that are more kind of in the maga- mold But i do know that the states are are becoming dramatically more conservative. i. I love what texas has done. Recently i love what they've done with the pro-life law. I love what they've done voter integrity law. I love what they've done with the second amendment and we're starting to see the states start to reassert their power that the founding fathers always thought they would have which is at the states created the federal government the federal government and not create the states. And that kind of balance of federalism really fell apart. You know right. Near the woodrow wilson era. When he passed the seventeen th amendment amongst many other issues that were put forward. So i really don't explain samantha seventeenth amendment and why that that the new. The states of their power yes. The seventeen seventeenth amendment was part of a series of progressive. Reforms passed by the college. Professor who accidentally became president. woodrow wilson largely because of teddy roosevelt challenging power tap. I think in the election of nineteen twelve. Which wilson didn't even win fifty plus percent of the vote wilson was at german has sore assist had princeton university. He was he was the first president to declare war on the american founding basic kkk. Big time yeah. He was Yeah he was a eugenicist and also the first movie ever screened in. The history of the white house was birth of a nation. That tells you everything you doubt about. Woodrow wilson and so yes. Woodrow wilson pass the seventeenth amendment which basically intervened into states businesses saying that doesn't matter if the constitution says the state legislature will no longer appoint. Us senators it's to be done by popular vote in every single and this is this is the state senate lost the power to represent that and this states in the senate here in dc and it changed politics forever in america. We're talking to china. Kirke staying with us for one more segment. Follow him right now. Charlie cook eleven on twitter. I'm sebastian gorka. This is america. I come to you live from the relieffactor dot com students. Do you have a percentage in mind of americans that need to be vaccinated before we reach a point to really a suppress this virus and actually be on on the winning side of things is it. Eighty percent eighty. Five percent is ninety percent of americans. Joe we don't know and you know anytime you give a number. Someone will poke holes in it. The one thing that i say. I think it's as close to the truth is you can get is. You will know it when you see it thirty seven years in that position. The highest paid federal bureaucrat. In america and he doesn't know we are back with the host. The truck kick show founder president of the turning point usa organization where the most important organizations in america. Charlie i thought they have the guys who are on the side of science but he says i can't quote you numbers. So why should we agree to a vaccine mandate at all. Well we shouldn't. And i mean we need to have a real conversation of whether or not vaccine is actually contributing to the spread of the virus and just look at the data the more vaccinated. We become more all of a sudden people. Become infected is the vaccine slowing the spread or is it earning the spread. That's a legitimate question. Let's stop it because people are gonna go crazy. Media matters pay attention little. What's his name boo typing. If you talk to real virologists not politicians tell you. Every virus has a life cycle. It's like a bell curve and they need to burn out and what your saying could in fact be the scenario that these experimental vaccines are delaying the viruses capacity to burn out in the population. That's what you're talking about correct. That's right yeah. Just as a objective analysis which country is doing better sweden or israel which one has embarked on a mass inoculation strategy. Israel did as much of vaccines and in seventy eighty percent of the population. They did a booster shots. They did lockdowns mass. Everything and their case per population is much higher than that of sweden. Back open for business. That's right yeah. And of course had the most mature response to the virus back in last year. They did a little bit of lockdowns last summer and a little bit last winter. I wish they wouldn't have lockdown off idea and they actually don't help at all epidemiologically but way way more mature response than israel. Much more prudent and so. Yeah that's the real question is are the vaccine helping or hurting. No one wants to say no one wants to talk about it. And the cdc has now changed. The definition of what a vaccine is no longer says that it will inoculate you against the potential transmission of you getting a virus. It will help you fight the virus. 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Episode 366: Feeling the Spirit

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Episode 366: Feeling the Spirit

"You know leftist. Teachers and administrators are indoctrinating the next generation. That's why the conservative student in your life needs young. America's foundation students ages thirteen. Older can apply for yes. Individual membership program and connect with like minded students learn from leaders. The conservative movement gained skills and materials to advance their ideas and more apply today at www y f. dot org and receive a free membership. Pack again that's www dot y. F. dot org london breed feels the spirit. Alejandro orcas visits the border and joe by and trips up on boosters. We'll discuss all this and more on. Today is the editor is. I'm rich lower and i'm joined by the right honorable charles w cook alexander's and desanctis. And the sage of authenticity woods. Jim guarantee you are of course listening to a nash review podcasts or sponsors this episode arbitrage and babble more about them in due course. If you listen to podcasts on national review dot com or delighted heavy. But it'd be easier for you better for us if you made us part of your feet at industry ms services out there from spotify to itunes and if you like what you hear here please consider giving us a glowing five star review on itunes. If you don't like what you hear here please forget. I said anything. So jim garrity. We got Poxy alerts going off all over the place lot of masking not happening among people who are used to hectoring everyone else about mass prominent example the san francisco mayor london breed at a jazz club. Or she spurs be masked up but she was supposedly eating drinking even though we know she actually wasn't literally drinking when she was dancing mask. Lewis what he make. I will allow our colleague. Charlie cook to really sink his teeth into London breed as if she was a piece of london broil and just absolutely tear. because he's a terrific corner posts that laid out the utter absurdity of her but the spirit moved me. excuse That she gave but i think the other thing i kind of marvel at i think is kind of good perspective for her. We are third week of september rich guys. If i said to you the beginning of the year so yo- new year's day. I got good as i've seen the future by september. Twenty first united states have administered three hundred eighty six million doses of covert nineteen vaccine and by the third week is september not only will ninety three percent were the ninety. Three percent of all senior citizens have more than one does. Not only the more than seventy six percent of all. Us adults at one dose but point but the nearly seventy five percent as of this morning seventy four point seven percent of everyone over age twelve is every american citizen out there who is eligible to get a shot. We'll have at least one shot and people people who are wondering. Why is jim using the at least one dose measurement because once you have one dose of the pfizer or the madeira like eighty percent protection. It's not like a half and half sort of thing. I want to give you a lot if we get everybody. In america who's eligible one shot. We would be in really good shape and in one shot is basically almost two weeks to prevent hospitalizations and death. If you start to get the second shot look at the second shot. I'm not saying. Don't get the second shot. I'm just saying. The first one is the one that really does go by the way that comes to sixty three point. Nine percent of the total. Us population and remember. That's counting fifty million americans who can't get back stated because their age eleven or younger so if i laid out for you probably like oh my god by late september. The pandemic must be over. Those are phenomenal numbers and yet we aren't and not only that you would figure with this. You know more than you know neighbor to three quarters of all mirror. Erica's having at least one shot you'd be thinking. Wow i guess all the best mandates must be gone but so many people being vaccinated the threat from the pandemic must be a nil at really functionally. It is neil for everyone who's vaccinated was not while you're still at risk for this thing If you've if you've had the virus before yeah it sounds like you got a natural immunity as good Vaccinations nothing to hurt ya but although we'll talk a bit more boosters later this podcast But i think the fact that we still ask idiotic. Lawmakers almost all democrats in from a container republican mayor here and there but by and large it is idiotic democratic lawmakers who all enact these sweeping rules and then believe they don't apply to themselves. We saw a met gala. We saw each other places. It's utterly insufferable in some ways. We're never getting move past march twenty twenty. Some people's thinking are always going to be in this maximum crisis mentality that oh by the way never extends to their own limitations of what the Their own you know ability to enjoy life without masks and stuff like that. It is utterly ridiculous but even more ridiculous we look at how much the how actually far reaching the. Us vaccination effort has actually worked says. And it's not just politicians. it's celebrities. We saw this at the gala nother example this week the emmys get confused. Emmys grammys these various awards But you had a bunch of celebrities again. Hobnobbing hanging out laughing having a hoot not wearing mass with the wait staff all messed up. This drives me absolutely crazy in in the thing that really put me over the edge with emmys was the The la county department of public health statement that they offered after the fact that was basically trying to justify the fact that the emmys were permitted to to go ahead with all the people out wearing masks and they have this whole explanation. Everyone you know. The one of the strictest mask worse in the country is enforced in la county everywhere mask inside regardless of whether they're vaccinated but they have the handy carve out for film. Television music productions Where they say that. Those carve-outs are because there are additional safety modifications that are made for quote controlled interactions. And then they go on to explain how everybody was fully vaccinated. Every person had a negative pr test to two days going to emmys and on and on they go and an okay. That's great. that's fine. I don't really care if people want to gather without masks indoors. I haven't cared for a long time about that. I'm not gonna say that it shouldn't be doing this You know regardless of whether they're vaccinated regardless of whether they have a negative cova test in my opinion if people want to go somewhere indoors. No mask on everybody. There is free to decide to go or not to go as they wished. That's fine with me. But if you're gonna impose this kind of restrictive mandate on everybody else and then create a specific carve out because these people are famous and want to have an award show. That's absurd right. People who are trying to have weddings. Maybe they could adhere to the same standards. There's no carve out for them. What about kids in school wearing masks five days a week. Eight hours a day No carve out for them right. There's no allowance for anybody other than celebrities or politicians or people who create the rules right or talk about the rules all the time and then act as though the rules dot to them. So charlie you've been on fire on this topic go ahead laid on us. I think what we've seen is a move from a period in which we've been informed of a few discreet instances of rule rule-breaking by individuals into a period in which hypocrites finding safety in numbers. And so you see the met. Gala a which the celebrity class is fresh-faced ready for the photographers and the seven class is most up the emmys. The same dynamic obtains and you see the mayor of san francisco not only going out with friends including like lives matter activists. I believe and flouting the rules that she has imposed and is charged with upholding but giving answers that rica of entitlement and special pleading. She said we don't need the fun police to come in and micromanage and tell us what we should or shouldn't be doing. This is london breed the mayor of san francisco. Who is the fun police. She said i got up and started dancing. Because i was feeling the spirit. And i wasn't thinking about a mask i think what is galling about. That is not just that she broke her own rules. And not just that. We have seen hundreds of people at the met garner and the emmys breaking the rules but that she seems to think that that's an adequate excuse and that it's an excuse that wouldn't be preferred by other people. I mean that's the core. Special pleading is the notion that you're different. Los angeles confirmed that the emmys was exempt from the same rules that apply to everyone else. Which is a formalistic argument. It's a legalistic argument. But it's not a scientific one. We know that the hemispheres exam. We watched it. The problem is not that it was not legally confirmed that the problem was that it was exempt. The rules are the rules. The science is the science. The argument is the argument. So the mayor of san francisco says well. I was thinking about my mask. I was feeling the spirit was drinking. If no one else in america would experience if she's the only person in the united states who wants to spend the night off without a piece of cloth strapped across their fates if the same instincts are not shed bhai children by. I don't send wyoming. I mean it's a remarkable shift to to an open brazen rejection of the rules but only for some people and of course it's not just a problem because it implies the double standard. It's a problem because many of these people especially the mayor of san francisco The people who should be more festivus in living by the rules that they have set or advocated than everyone else there is and always has been a little bit of room for civil disobedience. Which of course means dealing with the consequences of your choice but you cannot have civil disobedience from a mayor you kind of have civil disobedience from a legislator and yet these are people who seem to be breaking the rules for mole cavalierly than our average americans and. I think that they've begun to notice. I think that whether or not people in san francisco care. Americans were really bothered by the example of london breed. I think that americans were really bothered by the example set at the met gala. I think that americans would really bothered by what they saw at the emmys because many of the people who attended these events have been lecturing them have been making terrible. Youtube videos have been singing. Saccharin john lennon songs. Some of them are in congress. Carolyn maloney alexandria causing quotas and todd of viral tweet showing full college football stadiums phila- vaccinated people being condemned while hollywood television awards ceremonies Deemed to be okay because everyone there had got the vaccine. I think something changed this week. And i think when we look back on the trajectory of kovic regulation acquiescence. We will see these stories as representing a turning point. Jim gary. let's use that as a segue. The question these hypocrisy stories will be as joyce says a breakdown represent the inflection. Point where cova controls begin to breakdown. Yes or no. Let's say they're gonna be accelerate. The mask wearing where i am and i think that you might think oh. Winter's coming people might be more nervous about that. And i aren't you know we're we're we haven't had the temperatures change your yet I think most people will say all right. I'm done with this clearly clearly. Asc doesn't afterward at the met gala. There's no need for me to wear this to the farmers market and i think trillions right. Don't be the beginning of the end. I hope so charlie. Are you right to shrink. So i'm going to break unanimity. I think the people most inclined to mask at the moment are also the people who are going to be leased bad bothered by their celebrities but celebrities. Not biding by their own rules and admonitions with that. Let's hear from our first sponsor this week the trotta. What's underneath your office chair. Chances are you've got one of those cheap plastic chair. Matt's dented incorrect. Maybe even turning a weird yellow brown color let me tell you about a premium. Alternative by justice govern have right here in the lower household. It's a glass chairman trough of atrocity glass chair. mats are made of superstrong glass protected with a nanotech coding. This met is legitimately beautiful. 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Now were recording One tuesday afternoon might. This went down there. Yesterday just turned in one of these classic clueless performances. He stands and says borders closed. Everyone needs to know. The border is closed and meantime. He's about three hundred feet or whatever. It is away from ten thousand people underneath this bridge who had walked across the rio grande from one country to another totally unimpeded. Some walking back and forth getting supplies from mexico which is another country and then walking back into our country and they're under the bridge in part because they haven't been apprehended yet and they want to be apprehended. The beginning given these little carnival tickets with numbers on them so they can wait to an in line waiting for donut to get apprehended in the faith that a lot of them will get through and part of what my orcas and others administration are doing here is trying to create a false perception of what's going on 'cause they say we're going to send you back and they have indeed some flights back to haiti but apparently was single adult males on them and the family units which probably most of the people under the bridge are getting into the country and every single one of those family units guarantee. You has a cell phone. You know is going to log on facebook and let people know they got through and that's gonna be more important than anything. My orcas said what we've been seeing. Since the beginning of the biden administration is not only a continuation of problem at the border but really a crisis that has got blown out of control since biden took over. And of course there's at a certain point only so much. Any presidential administration can do about something like this given that a lot of the problems arising from these issues going on and all sorts of countries that provoke people wanting to come here But with the biden administration has done is in fact basically nothing to stop it while simultaneously acting as though they're doing everything in their power they're obviously our policies that can put in place to limit this kind of thing from happening to reduce incentives for people to come here and wait at the border to get over They immediately changed any sort of effective policy that the trump administration had in place to try and mitigate this sort of problem which is why we've seen it blow up so much since biden took over. He's not blameless in his administration has played a big role in allowing this to get to the point that has But i have yet to see anybody in the administration least of all the people who actually could do something about. What's going on to try. And mitigate the problem take responsibility for that and admit that their policies are to some extent causing this problem and they certainly aren't stopping it instead. We hear the same thing every single time it comes up from jen psaki. Either pretending that there's no crisis or when it's totally impossible to even claim that or lie that bald facedly two people sitting there doing everything they can do or claiming that they're putting policies policies in place that they haven't put in place Always distracting always pretending that they're doing the best they can when in fact the opposite is the case. So jim we. We have a mini controversy. A subplot going on here over to border patrol agents on horseback and just seems kind of incredible to me that we've had this huge event at the border. I mean the kind of caravan that trump used to warn about and with dissipate in usually not even even very few people would make it to the the border by the time. They got all the way up. This is like a legitimate caravan is like trump. The worst nightmare of trump was talking about. And you had to order border patrol agency other day on horseback. Who chased to haitian migrants back into the rio grande or at least tried to chase them back to to the other side and this has become a huge deal and jen psaki denounced them you yesterday. She included caveat. She'd like to learn more about it but she said awful that these two guys that apparently the only two people in the us government who have tried to get these migrants to to go back across the river are the great villains of the piece rich one of the difficult lessons of our time. We have to learn and relearn. Is that things happen whether or not the national mainstream media feels like telling you about the rent. There was a point earlier this year. Where the auto crisis on the border did get a decent amount of attention was kind of the lead item mental stuff probably right around march where the southwest land border encounters reported by the us estimate border protection jumped up from the usual inching towards one hundred grand hundred thousand per month journey. One hundred seventy three thousand in march and you may recall. President biden insisting this is part of the regular seasonal patterns. This is nothing new to the april. One hundred seventy eight thousand may one hundred eighty thousand june one hundred eighty nine thousand and each one of those months like hey usually it slows down in summer at some point. It gets too hot for people to make the journey. They don't this is not supposed to have. It has a any all by july two hundred thirteen thousand by far the most. They've had in decades right now in august the good news because this is an audio podcast. You can't see gonna make the air quotes. When i say that is an august went down to two hundred eight thousand only two hundred eight thousand encounters on the stuff order so the border crisis never went away. Indifferent change ever got solved. It just stopped being covered. It stopped being discussed. And that's why the by administration didn't pay nearly as much of a political price for failure to act on this than they might otherwise. Have the interesting thing is. We've had this building defacto refugee camp on our border in del rio thousands of people building week by week and it really didn't catch the attention yet some coverage of it and the usa today at the front page at one point but it really wasn't a five alarm fire. Get people's attention really becoming a big deal. Getting asked on on white house press conferences that until it had fit a familiar narrative of way. Look at this picture and of course it is a very dramatic picture. Almost like some like renaissance painting or something. You've got to these patients. Oh by the way these hey should have been central america for months and now they're making your way back up to the to the border. Gee what they've been there for years. What made them decide. I think joke go across. The border now was at the end of the pandemic. Maybe more likely to look they. They'll be allowed in. The president keeps talking about an amnesty a path to citizenship. Do they want to get in on that deal. Nobody wants to be left behind. So people are doing everything they can to get across the border. Lo and behold kamla harris go to central america saying. Don't come bet that didn't do any persuasiveness go figure. And they're in the situation but only now would you have this image up. There is a whites customs and border protection official in two asians and it looks like he's whipping him. And now it's time to confront america's ugly history of slavery. That's the angolan interest not tens of thousands of people gathering at del rio not the utter cluster. You-know-what of a border security policy of this destruction. Not the administration's insisting that they don't have open borders when in fact up look if you're gonna do catch and release for these tens of thousands of people then you do have open borders. People have to get there. They get into custody. They gotta be released within the us and there have to not show up for the court date and then they get to live there. American life in the shadows. The administration's policy has top to bottom left to right coast to coast a failure. And you know. I guess the only upside you could say is they are getting enough nearly as much grief about this. Because they've got out of scrutiny of the immigration issue by failing on the inflation issue and afghantistan issue and so many of these other issues. I think spelling out. What jim was implying. Now which is the the media way to cover this in ernest until it had a way of doing so that didn't open it up to charges of being anti immigrant or criticizing joe biden. This is the perfect frame because this creates say controversy where really wasn't one before. Look at joe. Biden's approval rating on the borders. Absolutely terrible terrible. Among almost everyone including hispanics or was told will be put off by border enforcement but now we can have a broader conversation. We can bring one person on to argue with another person on the cable shows. This was deliberate. And it shows you how effective activists every single story written yesterday about this included the line but activists say where you go as your controversy and of course this is a problem because what we're seeing is a real crisis and it is not entirely but mostly a crisis of the administration's making that tends to be covered with euphemisms and flattening techniques. That make it quite difficult to what's going on one of the things in the limited coverage we have had before yesterday. That is annoyed me. Is this frequent reference to asylum. Now some people are claiming asylum most of the people who are claiming asylum doing so because they've been told by various international organizations. That's how you get in especially haitians who cannot use. What is happening in haiti as their cause for asylum because they're not coming from haiti which is not connected by land to the united states atlanta texas. Most of the people we're seeing who are originally from. Haiti did not flee from haiti three weeks ago or three days ago. Because the president was assassinated. They've been in south america for quite a long time and they now think that this is the moment they should try to go into the united states because the signals we talked about on the last episode have been sent along those lines. But that's not. How a silent works i might. She pro-asylum probably unusually personal item for conservatives. And i would get rid of some of our the burma gration reasoning crease asylum. But you can't have an asylum system that allows people to pick and choose which country they go to the whole point of a silent mr safe people from violence from persecution from genocide. This is the problem in britain to. I'm fairly familiar with this. Britain obviously is an island is separated from france by water. And yet you would get people coming up from north africa and from the middle east and they would make it all the way across it gets the edge of the channel and kelly and they would say i need to get over to the united kingdom so that i can claim your safe. Now you're in frauds and to get into fraud you went through germany as similar thing has happened here. i'd say. The united states is a better place to live than of south america but there is a big difference between an asylum claim generated by an earthquake haiti unfortunately experienced or political instability and migration choice made. Because you think you might get away with it. So let's put these people's choice into its context. They already got out of haiti and they were living in south america. They don't have an asylum player in the united states. Now there are. Some patients. Do as sarah some people from other countries that do and i think we should a fairly generous policy towards those people. But what i think gets missed is that when the issue the comes conflated and as manipulated as this one has be we actually hurt the real asylum seekers because americans turn off and they say well they're all full of it. It's a scam. It's not a scam for a lot of people. In fact it's life and death for a lot of people. There are terrible terrible places in the world but what we're seeing on. The southern border is mostly. Not that what we're seeing is people who have their own self interest at heart as they should responding to clear incentives and to bring this full circle. I am worried that the injection into this debates of a falsehood that the border patrol is full of closet white supremacists who just want to whip. Brown people is going to make it more difficult for the by the administration to do what it needs to do which is say. Don't come here if you come here. you'll be deported. And to have a low tolerance for those who are not seeking silent who not in dire straits. And that's going to intern. Invite more people to come. And this is going to get worse and worse and worse and have all of the usual destabilizing effects on our politics and the law ex question you jim geraghty rate the political damage to the biden administration of del rio international bridge episode from zero to ten zero. No big deal. Maybe couple of days story one week story then can be forgotten and subsumed in the news cycle like everything else ten catastrophic. I've but i think as the midterms approach you're gonna see a climbing up buyer zen. Let's say seven. And i think it will fade out of the news cycle in a really good job of trying to pass these things off as You know no big deal on. Move on from them as soon as it looks like. It might be damaging to democrats. But i think kevin covered at all well on most people's minds charlotte. I think is going to be really really bad for the by administration. I'm irritated by the way. This is covered. I don't think that's the takeaway for most people. I think we're looking at seven. I think they were already on shaky ground. I think especially on top of all of the other incompetence that we've seen this. Is i think looking at a seven so i would say this incident in itself probably like a three or four four or four. Probably bump it up to four. Because i think the images are really indelible of the of this focus streaming across by hundreds and thousands day after day that that's really going to be the most indelible image of this the border crisis and will exact price. I think the border in in general is is Six six seven. It's gonna it's it has hurt and it's going to continue to hurt with that. Let's hear from our second sponsor this episode babble. When you're traveling to a destination where you don't know the language it can be challenging to accomplish even the simplest of tasks as i can attest whenever i go anyplace where the majority of people don't speak english. 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Learning journey today with babel right now when you purchase a three-month babble subscription you'll get an additional three months for free that six months for the price of three just babble dot com use. Promo code editors that's b. a. b. b. e. l. dot com code editors babble language for life. Please check it out so jim. Among these series of recent fiascoes that have been battering the biden administration. We have a booster shot rebuke from the fda had president biden out. There saying everyone's gonna to have boosters. It's common everyone's going to need boosters and the fda advisory committee. i guess votes against it. Something like sixteen to two. What's going on here. Yeah this is one of the more surprising twists in this story. Now we're talking about earlier in this podcast many ton You may remember me saying. Look if you're not vaccinated go out get back needed. If you have questions talk to your doctor but it'd be really good gotta everybody vaccinated and it. Would i figured you. Just you know you're you're supposed to go out and get a flu booster. Shot that at some point. We're all of us. We're going to need a booster against cove in nineteen either because variants or just because of waning protection from our systems So when biden did his press conference really more than a month ago he said by spread around this time that the samaras september twentieth. Something like that Everyone's going to need a booster after eight months. They've already prioritized it for people who are compromised Okay fine but it sounds like the by demonstration got outweigh in front of their schemes. And you probably heard about some internal dissension in the ranks. What was just anybody. It was an old to valley to the to the. Us drug administration who announced they'd be leaving the organization Getting up there in years. But they were the director and the deputy director of the f. d. a.'s. Office of vaccines research review. Marion gruber is the director. Phil kraus is the deputy director. These are not If not quacks these are probably the experts of the experts when it comes to vaccines and they felt very very strongly that actually know general public does not need a booster shot after six months. It's not included. Need one after eight months. This kind of driven by the numbers we were seeing out of israel and they vote wrote in the lancet laying out their argument that actually know the benefits of prio your first vaccination clearly the risks but there could be risks and boosters are widely introduced too soon too frequently particularly with vaccines immune mediated side effects such as myocardial which is the heart condition and so basically they went and said look. This doesn't this is not needed in the general public elderly. Fine immuno-compromised fine. If there's some of you have a better real good reason to think that cova nineteen is going to be a particular danger to you. Then yes you should go for. The average american does do not be boost phone. It's at least at this time. Were too early into this Process of people to know if we really need a boosters anytime and you know it was. You can't beat these guys as antitax cranks. they can't pay people don't understand vaccines work And lo and behold. Fd had if you had a boat a few days later the base sixteen to wasn't even when i close and so now right before written a quarter post rested. Looks like the score of jets game. The fda one possibility was krause and groove rent lost an argument and they repealed about it. They're you know going out with a bang and the lancet article was their way of saying. I don't care what you guys say. This is what we the other one was that they were right and that actually it was not that the fda was thought. Booster for good idea but it was being driven in large part by an administration that is now it's nine months in office and the pandemic is still going around and the president had said we're gonna shut down the virus and these intellect they were doing something so recommending boosters was way of doing something and the third possibility was that actually the data's not that clear yet. These are all good bright people who are just looking at the same data and drawing different conclusions options books option two or three because clearly the rest of the fda has come around to the cross group viewpoint that the average american does not need boosters and really would have been helpful five had not gone out there and apparently blithely asserted that everyone needed boosters after eight months when it appears at least according to the fda they do not so zan. I haven't followed this extremely closely. But my understanding is the comparisons with israel. Don't really hold up one. Because israelis hospitalized people more readily than we do so there's a different standard and policy there and to that the the waning efficacy of the the the vaccine seems to primarily involve people who are getting the vaccine earliest in israel who were also the oldest most vulnerable people with the weakest presumably immune systems than would presumably have the the weakest weak response immune response to the the vaccine. But this just goes to show that you'll biden came in promising competency and following the science and one in the science isn't as easy or clear cut as it's been betrayed throughout this pandemic into they're really falling down on the competency for i think what we're witnessing From the by administration in particular on this Signed the fda I think in some ways. They're obviously quite political. But on this particular question i think they did a good job. Give good reasons for their decision. It made the biden team. Look very bad. But i think what we're witnessing is at an administration trying to reckon with the fact that it it got into office at least in part probably in large part based on the fact that the president ran for office promising that he rather than his opponent was the solution to the covert pandemic. Right he tried as much as possible to keep the focus on covert throughout the campaign. He claimed that much of what had happened was because trump had done various things wrong and that he himself he biden would have done it differently. We wouldn't be in this situation. Had he been president and we would no longer be an once he was president. And that's maybe helpful if you You're you're exploiting people's unhappiness with what happened with govan trying to make. It seem as though trump could have done more than he did or different things than he did and to use that anger people's anger To get yourself into office. Great all well and good but then you're in office having promised people that you are the solution. And if covert goes on You've essentially told people hold it against me right and so again. I'm not going to sit here and say joe biden's responsible for the situation we're dealing with with cova d- But many of his policies. I i disagree with obviously and he certainly should be held to account For having promised to do something that he hasn't done he can't have it both ways right he can't say please elect me because i'm going to fix everything and then also get credit for everything that's gone. Well it even the parts that were set up and put in motion by the trump administration. And also don't blame me for anything bad. that happens so i think what we've seen with. The boosters is about administration trying to get out ahead of this kind of locked down the pandemic rainy aspect of it as much as possible Even when it goes against or you know comes out ahead of the fda actual science that they claim they care so much about this just yet another example that if you want a clear buttoned-down explanation of something that's totally appropriate and isn't creating an embarrassment immediately or down the road. You don't want joe biden. Being the one out there delivering the message. That's one of the takeaways and the others. Joe biden seems to be routinely premature and his announcement. I'm not talking here about the self contradiction on afghanistan on his false predictions on that question. I'm talking about his going out in public and making statements that are not ready to be made. A one of them is apparently that the federal government will be issuing a vaccine mandate at least for companies of a certain size. How long ago is that two weeks. It still hasn't been issued from what i hear hasn't been finished yet while why take the hit. It's possible it won't be written and the same is true on this. There's nothing wrong with this process per se. I start a lot of these questions or the medical in nature a really question of trade offs which is why the fda has said yeah. We'll do boost for older people and at risk people but not for younger people yet. But joe biden knew that this hung in the balance. In fact joe biden belongs to a party that idolizes agencies such as the fda but once more technocrats involved in politics. If it were up to me. I would leave most of these questions to congress but we don't we leave them to agencies and the agency evaluated the evidence and it came to a preliminary conclusion and it contradicted the president. And that's a big political problem. For joe biden joe biden said mark. My words mark the date. He said eight months. That's the amount of time we're doing boosters. We're getting it done now he's not. I didn't think. Joe biden should override the fda here. But i do think he should have waited for it to way and and that he doesn't actually speaks to something that joe biden has habitually made mistakes on that setting deadlines he loves stepped lines. He loves the symbolism of dates july fourth. That was when kovic was going to be over. It didn't say mission accomplished but he got quite close to it and that speech and of course then delta hit us he said eight months and then the boosters before the fda was ready he com get past the on paper shed juuling part of the presidency and and it's hurting him here. This wasn't something that happened to him as the press buttons. I think jim alluded to it. Earlier this was something that he did had the fda come to the conclusion that at the moment it didn't make sense to do boosters. Joe biden would not have been implicated. He would have said all right. That's the guidance we'll go with it. But because he having trapped himself in his own rhetoric has to be out there playing traffic cop. It looks as if he has been dealt yet another blow to his presidency and his fault. Zanex questions you outside of this fumble here. We all will eventually beginning booster shots. Yes or no I would guess probably. There will be a push for people to get them. I don't know how many people will you know whether i'll do a good job convincing people that they need to that. I suspect the the prevailing wisdom will be that we ought to. I think a lot of people will get them. And i think a lot of people should get them. My worry hair is the wire you would expect from a libertarian. Who is nevertheless pro vaccine. And that is that we will end up in a a never ending mandate that is that rather than restrictions being placed upon people who Yet to receive two shots of the vaccine it will be on people who haven't got their booster and this will become an endless in position so i am pro vaccine. I would be open to getting a boost in myself. But i am not entirely comfortable with where this is headed especially given that there is disagreement over whether it's a good idea on out and i would hope that the boost is would be treated more like flu. Shots are every year some sort of possible to live your life in the Americans the average merican will be getting a booster but not until twenty twenty two. I think yes. We are all eventually be getting boosters. Let me throw in a bonus exit question here. We are considering in our topics whether to discuss reconciliation and his prospects. We talk about a lot. And as jim pointed out we usually end up saying roughly the same thing. No matter what's going on is also speculative but let's do it exit question style to you. I charlie cook. You have kristin kristin cinema saying that. If nancy pelosi breaks her agreement to bring a standalone vote on the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill and about a week. I guess it is. She is out and will not support reconciliation. You have some moderates in the house saying the same thing and the danger here for closest progressives. Don't want the vote on the bipartisan infrastructure. Deal if it's disaggregated from the reconciliation bills that think they think it reduces their lever. So there's a possibility that would vote against it and bring it down and this of course raises the prospect of this whole complicated high wire act crashing to the ground so with the latest events last couple of days. Are you more optimistic that both bills will crash and burn less optimistic or the same both bills to crash and burn but i am more optimistic but they will partly because what i think we have seen is moderates and democratic senators. Who want to win reelection. Say mega san neither mentioned no cinemas up realize that i cheated. They're the ones who have the leverage. I think for a long time. Partly because the press echoed it. The idea was that the progressives have the leverage but they don't the progressive argument is well. You've got this bill that you want. That's got five hundred. Fifty billion dollars of new spending in. It is a one trillion dollar package total. And if you don't spend another three and a half trillion on top then you can't have that and the progressive very clever. I'm they come up with a way of strong bombing colleagues into doing what they wanted. And what we've seen in the last few days not just from mansion and cinema but from say maggie hassan and presumably other democratic senators. Maybe testa as well as a bunch of house. Democrats who call themselves moderates anna bunch of house. Republicans who call themselves. Moderates is the realization that that's that's not really a threat because we would rather have nothing then we would spend four trillion dollars especially given biden's approval rating the state of the economy. The risk of inflation supply chain. She's and so on so. I am more optimistic that both bills will go down that i was. I do think that there's going to be some sort of accommodation because it's not in the interest of the democratic party for biden to fail on both but the chances that they're gonna spend four trillion dollars in the next six months. I think are approaching zero. Now that i'm more optimistic that both low crashing burn. I remember putting a forty percent transcended. I think last time you ask questions about this. And i would say it's a bit higher now too and i. I grew charlie. I think progressives act as though they have nothing to lose. But i think they have more to lose than moderates if this falls apart you know they want to spend money and of course they can try and pretend like they won't spend money if they can't spend as much as they want but i don't think that's true in the same way that it's true that moderates won't vote for it if it's too high can vary more optimistic. Less same more optimistic. I think mansions floating the idea of waiting until next year on any massive spitting bills. If that's right that is that his saying it out loud makes it a possibility that it was not a wasn't a real possibility just a few weeks ago so i think the idea again something gets passed before the midterms. Maybe it's only the bipartisan obstruction. Deal but also. I think this argument and how gets it up a result of the year. Twenty twenty one c jim. I was going to mention that. But i'm not certified to evaluate mansions private comments only the ones that he makes in public and so i didn't want to be struck off the register of mentioned whispers. I'm the same. 'cause i always thought there'd be moments when it would look like they're on the verge total failure. This is one of these moments. Maybe i took a little bit more optimistic. But a as we've probably cited several times in this podcast you've all events as Piece of legislation is the path to getting it passed his indistinguishable from the path of it. Going down so we don't know whether this is going to be like clinton care which actually you know. Hillary care which actually crashed in burn after being dragged out and it was hard to believe that. Actually let it die because it was going to be a disaster midterms but they did or obamacare which dragged on and on and they exacted a political price in a look like you know a couple of times it was going to go down and they actually passed. It ended today. I still think they they pass both both of these things. But it's it's going to be a highlight act and then final and ask one more if you guys will forgive me extra special bonus question. We have three major sports going on at the moment in the ice america we have. Nfl football of college football. We have major league baseball. Which knows is the best jim carey. Nothing gives me joy. Like watch jets on sundays zan. What's what's best the nfl college football or mlb. I like baseball the best for sure. I'll say you know both the yankees and notre dame are just enraging to me most of the time but The heart of the matter is which sport is the best. And i think baseball is is always the most fun to watch. Even when you're teams driving you crazy. I love baseball. But i i think at the moment i'm more into nfl football. I said the nfl so incredibly thrilling. Is this just a hugely entertaining. Game i love is ball always love watching baseball by just think it's hard to top the nfl. I haven't gone back and actually looked at the highlights of the chiefs. Ravens game from sunday night but every picture i see of it that i come across. Online is lamar jackson flipping upside down into the the end zone. This incredible duel between these two incredibly talented quarterback. So i think it's the the nfl for what it's worth. Hit a few other things before we go. Jim geraghty what been up to. So i can't say this is a lighter item or fun But picked up. Scott dot leads new book. Uncontrolled spread mike open. Nineteen crushed us and how we can defeat the next pandemic when i'm not working about pandemic coverage like to lighten up. I probably more probably more lifting. The jet is yes. I need something brighter in obviously afghanistan covering is another grim topic. So i've already read. Before we started taping up corner post of a segment. In which got leave goes. Through the first communications between robert redfield of us cdc at his chinese counterpart and we kind of knew chunks of this story but got leave lays out step by step and it will just leave you. Your your blood boiling. You'll see unbelievably furious. At how glaringly obvious was that they were getting a dangerous contagious virus. And the chinese government. Just didn't want to deal with it. Just didn't want to admit it. And that is a big reason why we are where we are not relative but so far it's brilliant. Everybody gets speaking of football. You've been following the gators as usual while the gates played alabama this weekend and i thought that they were going to get blown out and they didn't get blown out and in fact they lost in the most heartbreaking wavell which was by one point A at she was it was two points but they lost because of a missed extra point and then they went to try and make up the gap and they didn't succeed in doing that. And the clock out but it was a pretty good performance. overall especially against alabama. Gators made all of their mistakes in the first quarter. They conceded twenty one points in the first quarter but then after that they outplayed alabama and all three quarters and they could have won the game. And so although i suppose after his is a little bit heartbroken. I was much less than i thought i was going to be. An a hell of a lot. Less than i thought i was going to be at the end of the first quarter when it looks as if it was gonna be an embarrassing blowout so zan. The war with the squirrel grinds on unfortunately Very hopeful last week. When i talked about this on the podcasts that by the subsequent tuesday i would have very good news to report. I do have some good news to report on. Its that we have managed to fully of Squirrel from the attic and from his resting spot which was in the gutter outside the whole that he'd been using get into addict which is conveniently directly over my head in my bedroom So now he has been alternating between running around in our backyard and sitting on the roof. Making these horrible screaming noises But the injury. I don't know if people listening know this but squirrels make a whole host of terrible noises. That i had never heard before So he's been kind of terrorizing the neighborhood and us with that still but at least he's not trying to chew his way into the house. Say the week in between getting from where we were to. This point was One of the most just grueling experiences of my life Do everything you can to keep squirrels out of your house is once they get in. They will not leave you alone. i i never knew. I- squirrels aren't my favorite creature. Above never had anything against them. The you know the kind of chatter at you. If they see you encroaching on their territory. That had no idea. What nasty sons have guns there. Nor did i. And i learned the hard way that you have to really watch out for them in this one in particular were pretty sure superhuman or will obviously super unisa squirrel but he just nothing. Nothing will destroy him. Nothing fazes now mia. He has pulled off some pretty remarkable stunts. I think we've got the most mutated of the bat here. So i've been reading a little bit about leonardo da vinci one of my pet peeves. I really think the mona lisa is is overrated. it's it's a great portrait. No doubt but it's it's it's a celebrity so celebrities are usually overrated. Celebrity panning ever Barely see it because everyone's crowding in to get a glimpse of this famous painting. I just don't think all that fame is deserved and davinci michaelangelo or famously rivals and davinci. There's no doubt he's genius. Michelangelo's is far away In my estimation the better artists probably the greatest artists ever david sculpture is just one of the story artifacts of our civilization and then you put on top of that the the ceiling assisting chapel. Are you kidding me. It's just unbelievable so with that. Let's go to our editor's picks jim jimgeraghty. What's your pick up a lot of good Strong competitors. But i think i gotta give it to charlie or corner post. Just actually just yesterday with my going. Massless is different. Says san francisco mayor. Because i was feeling the spirit and a lot of times it is eager to just gonna wanna roll your eyes. But charlie just vented the spleen just the way should which. I'm glad we talked about on this podcast and Sometimes something that is seems so ridiculous. It's easier just roll your eyes and let it go by. Charlie did not so well done charlie. Dan what's your pick i pick is a piece. We have on homepage day. Certain by a medical doctor called the pro-abortion case is based on bad science. And this is obviously a point. The pro-life movement has been making a long time But the doctor goes through some of the points that were raised in particular in light of the supreme court case. That's upcoming and how much Our scientific knowledge or medical knowledge has changed since roe. V wade in a way that should affect our laws. Charlie i like this week's the tuesday newsletter from kevin williamson which is titled the presidency as foreign policy theater. I learned a lot of my disdain for the executive branch and my criticisms of the white house essentially as superstitious force in american life from kevin and this is a great example of it. Obviously the president has a key role in foreign policy within our constitutional order but as kevin points out a lot of what. The president actually does is driven by opinion polling and a need to sate certain national sentiments. So i would recommend not only this newsletter the tuesday but subscribing in general so my pick is piece by zac evans. One of our news reporters and zach and others we. We got a handful. Just a really good job. Keeping our site is constantly updated with the latest news items out there and doing some original reporting to and this piece is titled in source confirms authenticity of damning hunter biden emails which is just yet more more more more confirmation this time for a mainstream source. Politico playbook that the laptop story was always for real and it was not a product of russian info as everyone was insisting a late last year because it was convenient to joe biden and his campaign. So that's it for us. You've been listening to a national you. Podcast and your rebroadcast retransmission cow. This game without the express written permission of nashville you. Magazine is strictly pro. Hibbitt as podcast impluse by the incomparable sir. Should he makes it sound better than we deserved. Thank you charlie. Thank you zan. Thank you jim. Thanks to the trouser and to babble dot com. Thanks especially dov you for listening. For the editors we'll see you next.

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Inside Supercars - Show 342 - Mark Winterbottom

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Inside Supercars - Show 342 - Mark Winterbottom

"Today's ninety one wondering with the girls turns into a bottle. But you need you okafor brunch. The next day then pick up word fraud. I would drinks. Were you done with a lead cow with expensive tools that the pub. This pickup miss out on the fun. Get a pickup simply book on our app. And we'll pick you up to drive you and your car harm to drivers arrive. One drives home in your car and the other driver follows download pickup at today. That's pk up and wake up. Worry free on camera kelly. I'm layouts with and you're listening to inside. Civic from the rice treks across astrology at he is in such supercars welcoming tiny gorilla. And we're joined by while champion of the category mark winterbottom markets. Imagine you were trumping. Get back into rice guy food. Yeah yeah Really taught at it's Visible we'd Savings again because We were ready to roll Sort of headgear. Day off on that and then we didn't get to go out to paul or by things that we're going to happen now. Yes odile when we re get all those sort of again with the tip afonso really looking forward to it sitting there will be no so it might show that let him. I did not know the guy right thing. The hidden valley track to oversee went on to tom. You've been to his home probably more then. It has a lot of appeal about it. Doesn't it our from a long strike to we have but if the interesting drive on. Our many view aren't really lock. It i'll like the festivus dot to the big drag trip down the front straight and then It's quite technical in the middle. This little kurds and it could Can have a big impact so A little tricks of the tribe that if you get it raw really folks up so a that nickel busy Across the middle there and and then obviously the hate that the mets the big thing to bed dow when you get pork rice and they get high aggregation although pretty high group track get high predation and And some good right thing so Yeah always loved it. It's one of the favorite rans year. it's The trucks good. I think the format the the hate and all that sort of throws in the knicks the naked one of the best events. Yeah definitely high out there. And it's quite friendly. Tim he to result. So i walked. Lock it even more for. That reason also alerted drivers. Say it's just one of the fascinating things. He's not remember going up very thirsty. We went they win. Russell ingle i think it was the winner of the round but very first time we went there. I woke up the round back and watch the news. A couple of places you can see cows going round corners. More than any other tracks It's fascinating ranging needs to go and look at because they can learn a lot about the way of com moves. Yeah oh it's very visible obviously can save a whole track from From a few points. I don't the good bad thing once. I start watching that getting involved because sometimes the They can see things that can can sorta confuse them but but they thought to raid into it as well so Yeah it obviously that hit sport to watch from what you learned from the thought and what you learn from inside and outside the dada. Some tong is different but But yeah from a standpoint of view. I i get the whole track. It's a very cool place in that in that aspect literally pick a spot Sometimes in the back of the With a poll or something whatever. They've caught up there. And i can say the whole trekking counterfeit very naked the one of the track genuinely and will thank. You can say. I can actually say whole tracks so Very unique i'll draw you attention. The fact unique is one of those absolute words company. A little bit pregnant you company a little bit. Unique unique is an absolute okay so on one of the things that About your career is because you started in three in the mind game Full tournament full. Okay so you won the championship in Development series cons You have actually been in. All phases of the categories instance development Now you to use in the development series with time runs a quick one year one year in chronic back then What would you seri- so yeah. Two thousand and three was Was the conscious series back then and to four trading with lock. I'm saw the only one year one year was done brothers. And of course you you see my Son brothers would have seen Myers ambrose and russell ingle wouldn't have been there. I would he Yep yeah it was. Ingle and ambrose with two at the time and you'll cow. Was you know the old car is but obviously you know championship winning. It proves to bayview as they went on. Win the next three championships. Four five and six three four five. You've seen the development and the changes over the years and now we're getting ready. The knicks is rationing of this category. Three is it's called I know you've made some comments about panels that sort of the most high profile aspect of it. You'll failings in the panel. Shift coming to sue because Well are staying lucky. Say a lot of different generations of cobb identity like any has had Probably the biggest change to walk where thing now incentives that You know what's coming but unfortunately we haven't really as dropped. Its thing or involved with anything really that the that's the hot pot to draw to be commenting on the cars Is very difficult at the moment. Because we get minimal suck The biggest thing that they got the mind published a paddle shifts on hero. They're bad and i think if it He's engine cost and all that sort of actual so be it but But you know there's lots of aspects these car that they're gonna take place all tandis know as much as someone listening to your podcast or Or rating election. Whatever whatever it is because You kind of raised about what's happening and not nice. Oh that the biggest thing paint pedal chief. Because that's the biggest fundamental draw change but Signed much of that car Is different you know. They let their their law. They want And so on so crate engines. Control bit it. He's genuinely off the biggest shifts. Amen support. We're gonna stay hungry and i am. Pleased can draw because Allegedly get raw and if i don. The shift scored on the same for all You know at times but they know eastbourne no massively function up changing agree or if they knock she turns it a bit. But what we've been happening. Three in a cornucopia or even that off fish from what we run today to be honest predicting and reading and sorta getting an on. What's issues like a completely different pile but interesting tallinn's where he Y- hopefully get it wrong to get one crack at tom. And obviously if would it often meet you do but It is a big shift on connects or from a point of view. Timing so Yeah interesting thomas hit. You have had the opportunity to run. What is a very what appears to be very spic car when you went over to do. The brazilian was brazilian nascar or brazilian supercar. Or i can't remember the car brazil. Brazil dakar stuck out. That's it and Those cars have got a lot of a lot of things that make them cheap to run. But i honestly don't know are they cheap to run. Well the biggest thing in brazil One nick is fantastic. What actually really enjoys driving a car and ironic crate engine. They run control. Bright by run pedal she I don't run older blitz and just go to Fade on some throttle in and all that sort of solid are really enjoyed driving cow but the biggest thing that might brazil stock hot shape. He's the staff you know like they They run two cards for about one point. Two new in us a year so You know in a shrine. What's that one point For two tasks that ten random a championship her year but the staff get paid very little day. Like you couldn't you just couldn't do it. He thought But you their engines the twenty thousand dollars the parody was shot. So good over there. It was literally draw down the strike and that even all city. I'd qasr with down engine. That was another diesel. That would very very even so They run up early. Tawes really expensive. Purely over there and Contravene between the cowardice industry the copter grip but intended to parody up. Never seen quaters Obviously we all very close in ankara control. Category that were thought quality so I see i assume. That's what i'm going through. Steve that But like i say we condos got no on the internet but But that's a good reference. I'd just so i could replicate wave. Got as being a humid here and that sort of car and writing and all that sort of solid really sport to an excellent level one. Yeah interesting the way we go and where it ends up Yeah that was good fun. Great the draw with common body across all the different manufacturers all with i genuinely different packages on age so i had to brains is the same shazad controlled engine control frauds control bright and child wheels you know someone saw a pretty well by car and off you go And it was her shower in chevrolet that you had body show And they were very very To buddy shied And that that's what it was. I think it's now all chevrolet into chimes. They rose but philosophy but was joe and and chevrolet and as it would turn out you sometime later landon attain and have brazilian engineer. Looking after you will turns. Yeah he'd been violent so it's pretty close but American but he actually would in the argentinian stotka championship. Back before account count. He It's actually very they control and control cars if go to really work Quite hard to get the most out of them so can always thought amongst from over they would make a great engineer because the white i just think really what we do do here and He's a lot engineer. He's great temperament. you know very clever and and we get along really well so It's been the high. Yeah like if. I went back out of the day the rice but try and pick him up because one east extinguish which is a big benefit your race in brazil because Portuguese is is not Not understand especially when their emotional on the radio. You've got no idea what they thought so and i it to work with with good cause. Yeah we're lucky with gordon. And he's he's been a great exit to the team and Second year Obviously would call it and everything we spend time together so Yeah bizarre how it. All sort of wakes. But he's each very good. Yeah like i said they work really well over there be engineered and it's a great place for off the gallon. Look for engineers Because i do really well. Yeah and from memory. Your into boxes will and he had that stint in the moto series as well. Yeah the conduct on everything. That's the thing about it. I i do everything. Because i don is like leaving out of just one category. That's on because the money is not as is what You know you get paid. He did in multiple categories and they're very Very random i do. I can't be because need good people and and Yeah he shot. They want Anybody could go. We watched yesterday. is a normal engineer but he gets there and has a crack in doug launch and whatever so easy a ranch and feel katie's in the team to and that's voice. You are very familiar with from your dice. Yeah it's great having fail and and In queens by inside and still very hands on and and And and it's two million people. Although you know you join a new team when you have a familiar person and like transition feel a lot more comfortable so few of the genius and and Guy lucky to have him as well. This cross the and you know all the time when we've really good came at same day now and Exciting tom's because we re this car where we're coming to an end of an era with it and Dumbing the next generation tavern You made a lot of smart people and not all doing to find stuff so you don't want for the same personality over to you. Want full different strong You know personality. Mine and skills and chronicle at all gaza at different crusty kiko like men wells ballers and then obviously. Yeah very very smart so You really good. Mix in important towns moving forward because they said why gonna run rolling in utah phasing The god who or whoever get going they gonna get the best result and potentially can snag a championship news so We're in pretty good shape but Yeah lots between now and then. I'm sure one of the things to tell you. You've got a team manager and stay innocent. Who was a aerobics engineer. And it worked across a variety of categories. Don't to because but also jj's things and which means that you've got a very strong bites of good thinking Beyond you'd say that a second ago but it must be enormous. Besides my i mean you know enormously always reputation and now experiencing that to add to. What through and manuel and stay in isn't it. It must Obviously in charlie cook would be enormously satisfied to put that same together with you and scott by driving for me. It's very strong good. Yeah even And it's right that you build an environment entertain and that people want to join and you know all those dogs have got options expert for jobs. They obviously in high demand so You know charlie on a job to put it together and win join in two thousand and on a Was a completely different looking. Came to what we've got now so You know the the the always to have a team that people sort of thought to come to and and You wanna be fine. No two people not desperate to take account and You know he's such a good. Boston runs a great show with no. you know. once you're in a understand why people want to join it but The very lucky. It's a great makes the minnows. Our crew chief is johnny moore. He was a number one. That takes it into an picked championships. History together too. So we've got the raw mixers engineering mon- fit and then The mechanical monson as well In the paint and make it work because you. You always made that that balance. Like i said before you need different strength but you need smart people and you need certain go so So yeah we're really well covid and that the results having all these things and not getting results and that you know which holly invested. He's done the work and he's got the team then we made to deliver and I feel like we're getting now through the flow process but You know when i joined we were twenty third. I think he was met the mind. Wish six. so we're going in the right direction. And i think gen trae should really suit at sane more than anyone because currently a customer and people aren't competition customers Where in gentry. We should all be tested. His cows all the control. Big us can trae should just skill knowable which lava they're gonna have to adapt alum. Fema yawkey cain gentry. We we should be more competitive living for wooden You're not telling motel but with it up. Well i'm really happy with the waiver. That greg james strong up and results will come. It's just taking a bit of calm. I saw some news today frosty which is said us particularly because you are a cattery newsouth wiles jonty squarely posted on facebook. Cullen hearst passed away today in while hospital. i don't know if you used to use her engines. But you certainly were in the counting scene there and you would have nine call and cullen and his his materials. Yeah we actually uranium engine When we won the nineteen ninety-six national in As i a bad memory you remember the good ones Ninety six national at pledged in and the engine was really quick and actually stalled that engine dumbbells for a for a ridiculous amount of money which funded by kathi for another for the and that we rent for a little bit but that engine it was. It was a really good engine and He he was pretty of allegiant at the sport he Works very close team. Craig who is also another big sport. and yeah good. Good a great choice. Haute payday dawes Fall away because and in the gaza groom the they keep a lot of interesting and engine builders pot of the whole process. Because i teach you a lot and Tom entity into You know you to get results so so yeah we rent a little bit but Yeah obviously that it's An age now loaded the the cottage from from that era You miss you. Even look at jim morton and those cars as well It's very sad. It's not. It's not a good story when you gave when he definitely said us and he was the party sport especially you know troy hunt. Who is one of them on nine. Competitors back in the county is t read her Yeah obviously caught me cosby allegations as well with united with a fuss engine cerrone. Yeah definitely bad news. I was lucky enough to meet jim. you know very injuries life but I do remember the impact he had on yours. And and jackson brought directly Formula forward you know is A wonderful category and you would be. I imagined absolutely delighted to see the things that are happening. Now in the background You'd be well aware of the mistakes being made by but it can important categories and. Can you just talk about wall five. It was so important for you when you go into development series. It's time brothers that you was so much better prepared because you've been in formula ford well. I was lucky. All iran raise mike foale the spectrum there and they they run at professional athletes Totting very good results. And what did you learn you crossed and all that saw but you work with your family and then you go from to working with a team and understanding people mechanics. dada Aerodynamic restraining order. Sort of rice cross. That totting doesn't teach you go to that makes fifth and learn and You know in critical program bear in and And the budget. It was the progression spend Maybe rented one hundred twenty thousand dollars a year. Some competitive were over the to hundreds but you could still be competitive at at that amount where you know these days you literally a and what where do you go if there's no direct category and that the guy was the perfect thing goes toddy from the ford konica theories civic the and there was four levels or whatever you come out of todd alm afford porsche of the count you The list goes on formula. Four we got like seventy option Yeah a full from the ford city field. There's no better way to learn your rice crop mine. Had you with emotions a little bit of pay our little bit of Doubt or not it. Gets you ready. Feel they mixed with fat and looking now. The young crop of guys coming through it hidden this econ peak at that. God's gonna make it in Luckily could back in the day. So all the nasties really important and It should be the fate of category two to sit the to it always was and Like i said it was a massive made to feel and to say getting traction again and It's good song. But i made to be on the calendar and It needs to be the category academy at the monmouth too. Many many options that too much money and we missing good talent Purely for that reason you still puzzle me enormous way. I had a terrific interview with mike pool. Which we're currently running on inside sport talking to him about it and and The development of formula ford the thing that was puzzled to wine which you know that far too much of a formula for drivers budget whether it's his family budget or sports budget thought too much was being spent in motels airlines and travel. You should be spending far more on the actual event racing and the idea of actually running for ford so that you having to go to darwin and and i it's just crazy you know they should be you know a number of times. Would you agree with that. I mean spending all that money on airlines and motel rooms. It's just doesn't make sense. Yeah it's crazy I can guarantee waiting. Spend it on how hills because because running chuck when we rise mallalah with With martin He had He had full on his room. I had fixed and he can find that he didn't speak so we went agree with spending it on accommodation but But yeah it's nasty. It's a message can We spent a lot of money to get. There actually couldn't afford taller. I'm brian. utah has proposed and a local guy in input Actually funded me instead of on cars because like you say we spent all that money just to get the khazei. we had. Non list bought toys. So which kinda remind us and Get through the weekend can get some points and come harm. So it's it's crazy and yeah a lot of good tracks but todd you'll miss me to. Has you'll cobb biked at marks. And if you from where you from dow one or from somewhere you need to practically pay him to run it baseline rice and gone because it's way cheaper to do that than it is to get the car. In a state to get the whole crew there and to and to rice and then eastern championship would work really well And you know there's there's obviously a lot of tracks the But yeah it's it's it's it's you know. Look at super tuna six or seven rounds and they're probably eight hundred thousand dollars just on that It's crazy and i'm there Phone before you should be able to school down at a really competitive cross And still with travel still cheaper than a fate categories on now so There's always a way i'm show but Hey goes to him and the opinion that that work goes wrong in his sport. Everyone's got too many opinions on on how it works. Now you got three sons How old is now. Yeah so. I've got all of his came. Austin i and eliot to have decided gee did. Can we ever go one of these things sometimes with the cat And had a run but my ten year old. He is obsessed with forty he He's going really well at that We let him go and eight old loves basketball and forty eight enjoying that my two year. Old locks destroying everything. So we'll let me that. It's interesting luke. Tom while you're right thing and enough staying back in the past with other. How had keep racing I think in accounting me would be a family sport. You need to go to get it because having a mechanic run issan even wanted to dan. What i think At the moment it's not possible and asked to do it You know all of my ten year old star six rice and tells me what factors i'm on what person based on what the that he into it but But until you can go and do it as a family. We we definitely haven't Haven't haven't pushed it in with the key is what are you want to do and pizza. Dream sunday footy. All he'd take forty. And if i told him others responsible okada type so They will enjoy it. But if you navigable one day. They're random enough. They're gonna wanna do it but is nothing yeah. No ranch style. Pick it up if i want later on when Quite a bit linemen We can all do it together. So maybe multi-year already like destroying things who Motorsports probably be perfect for a couple of years old well. The good thing is is nascar racing every and so you do get those weekends of football or basketball you can you relies on. I would say you can save up for those other weekend which. I imagine that you would be very enjoyable. Yeah actually the underwrites forty tarts though It's good good fun yet. you Yeah lucky to write and do what we do. But when you're at home and it's probably why the keeps done right because when we got hunt we do not leave motorsport at all. You just got home and you do what you gotta do it. Hard luck normal family. Don't take my just behind style Fraud i not and some daisies underwrite twenty and and types gender height forty plane star And when you go there it could find the key love that it's been talk together. And that's what i want to though Yeah we we love it and do everything is family and That's what it's about you know you. You you do what they wanna do. That's pretty well. You live when you got peaked. I i tell you what they want to do. And you support it and And then you got going to the end the right. The the gallon are on the team there. few win a couple of Have you had a gallon type. It's could find good to get away from murder sport and live a normal life. We'd share which is important. You and i've got something income now. We both currently underwrites eight. Football coaches did you. Did you go in and join the nfl. Get tips from there. Because you like may come from north of the border so it wasn't engrained grind in us as many would say fourteen. You walk all the The dummy where did it for ten minutes to and i and it took me four hours on on It was. I got solved the dream and it was not raw but Feel like now in full of fraud that more now probably ready to catch collingwood given the the online course we did But maybe your underwrite in mind having little interstate Little state of origin night. Well that would be interesting. What wisden cricket cats up against your man's we got the calling would calories yes rare Good little saw. We're ready to guy we need to do. You wanna fly. We're ready to raw. Hopefully before they're under fifteen's we could do something like that. Yea we'll probably do plan each other under thirty s but anyway Not good findings. Now it's you're living breaking and Obviously put everything that we do about when he got home. It nothing more rewarding than Than you think you con- and Pot of it. So i love it absolutely. Love it in that when you're a wii the things just for noble pods loss that You miss when you're y could find any thumb when i get back playing again and we can We can get back into it. I will certainly be what she's very sweet as you head up to the northern territory tomorrow for you'll family families you and we'll be watching and looking forward to my and saying charlie cheerful face in the background Enjoys grants says you and scott puyo. Cows truly very coming to the greek wakened. Might i have a great dom and look forward to catching up in that region enjoy to my stanford and yet appreciated gonna be and then we'll go to deliver and precious on to do the job. So yeah pretty palm. Spent two weeks of oscillation Sorta up front camera count. Why look forward to it and thank you for joining us. Mark winterbottom thank inside super supercars produced by thunder media shooting next on for more or locking the podcast on your mobile device. Search inside supercars. 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Ask Charlie Anything 71: Who Is On Joe Biden's Censorship List? Are Mask Mandates 'Christ-Like?' PlusMask-Free Airport Adventures and a Civil Disobedience Challenge

The Charlie Kirk Show

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Ask Charlie Anything 71: Who Is On Joe Biden's Censorship List? Are Mask Mandates 'Christ-Like?' PlusMask-Free Airport Adventures and a Civil Disobedience Challenge

"Hey everybody happy monday. What you do on your employer or university forces you to wear a vaccine. Also join us in our mask civil disobedience project. How far can you get in the airport without them forcing to wear masks. We're gonna have a competition. Everybody email it to us freedom. Charlie kirk dot com. We also get into here. Why is it that our government is submitting lists of people that they want to have censored. Is that illegal. Is the biden administration breaking the law. Very important question that we dive into. Thank you for supporting us at charlie. Kirk dot com slash support. You wanna email us your questions do so at freedom at charlie kirk dot com if you want to get involved with turning point. Usa do that at teepee usa dot com. that's ep. Usa dot com where we play offense with a sense of urgency to win the american culture war. Teepee usa dot com. And i want to thank those of you. That are supporting us. If you want to get behind our program again. Ona think rick mark andrew. Jake steve and todd. Charlie kirk dot com slash support. When you guys get behind us. It's amazingly helpful. it's monday. I'm taking your questions. Buckle up your we know. Generally what you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus. We are lucky to have charlie. Charlie comes running the white house. I wanna thank joe. He's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point. Usa will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed conferees destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Charlie cartoon have warned you about home title theft cyber thieves. Remove you from your home's title and you become the owner. I said you better get home title. Lock because it's coming well if you're on facebook that big breaches here. Facebook at five hundred million accounts exposed the cyber thieves and according to a retired fbi cybercrime expert everything thieves the takeover as the new owner of your home was leaked name address personal information. It's out there. The ford is your segment trying to quit claim. Deeds standing you shoulder your home to him. He'll leave you in debt or even. Have you evicted do it. I didn't protect your home's title with home title. Lock go home title. Ach dot com and register address to see if you're already a victim than sign up for thirty three days of protection during this high risk breach. Then sign up for thirty days of production again home title loc dot com promo code radio. That's home tidal. Lock dot com promo code radio. Let me start with this one. It's a really good one. Okay charlie i saw the white house is planning on colluding with tech companies like facebook to limit something called misinformation. Is this true is legal. Can they do that. And if so. Is this. Finally the impetus at the republican. Party's realize that they aren't just private companies that they're literally in bed openly with government. Will our party wake up an act or is there something deeper going on here. Thank you connor. Well connor. It's a great question. Connor from tampa. Let me first start by saying that saying that relaxing because we have a member connor on our team. That would write a question just like that so nothing is being done by the by an ministration by error. Everything is thought out and it's deliberate so let's go back to a couple actions that were somewhat perplexing people. The biden administration a couple of weeks ago announced a series of executive orders against big businesses. Trying to go after monopolies trying to threaten big business then biden submitted someone to run the federal trade commission. Who was there. Who is very much against big tech and wants to trust bust these major companies so those two things signaled almost a threat to big tech so now wants to try to make good with the biden administration because biden puts those two warnings out of saying we're gonna put executive orders against you. We're going to put federal trade commissioner. You don't like and so now. The big tech companies like arizona and facebook and others. They say well. What can we do to make this right. And then it gets to their real aims and goals which is what jen pa- sacchi said out loud. Yesterday where cut seventy five. We'll start with this one. Jen psaki said that the biden administration is now flagging problematic posts for facebook. So i want you to understand this. The biden administration sends a warning shot to facebook and twitter and amazon. Saying hey you guys are too big. We're gonna break you up these companies. Get nervous. They say maybe we might not do that. If you remove voices that we don't like play cut seventy five. This is a big issue of misinformation specifically on the pandemic in terms of actions. Alex that We have taken or we're working to take. I should say from the federal government. We've increased a disinformation research and tracking Within the surgeon general's office or flagging problematic posts. Four facebook That spread disinformation. We're working with doctors and medical professionals to connect to connected medical experts with popular with popular who were popular with audiences with With accurate information and boost trusted content. So we're helping get trusted content out there so they are flagging problematic posts or facebook. Your government is in the business of policing speech when it comes to lockdowns and public health. Now what is misinformation as misinformation saying that. The virus came from a laboratory. Now that's the truth but it used to be called this information on the tech companies. Did you know that just up until recently you would lose your facebook account if you said that. The virus was made in a laboratory just until recently today. Lift that what about conversations around hydroxy clark winner ivermectin. Those are considered misinformation on social media channels. What about information saying that. More young people have died from suicide than from the chinese corona virus. that's considered to be misinformation. What about the idea. What what if you posted on facebook right now. This story that says according to the israeli government it says that the pfizer co vaccine is significantly less effective against the delta variant. Justin's justin israeli's prime minister bennett on the pfizer vaccine. We do not know exactly what degree the vaccine helps but significantly less. That's israel's own government is that misinformation according to gen pa- sacchi what is misinformation. I could you know what you know. What misinformation is everything. That dr fao. She has been telling us over the last year. That's misinformation is dr fouled. She going to be allowed to still go on social media. He says the sciences always changing. You see what's happening here. Is that the biden administration. They created a three part chess. Move threatened big tech with regulation. Get them nervous with the federal trade commissioner and then lure them in and say. Hey you don't wanna get totally broken up to a million pieces. Here are the names you have to remove jen. Sacchi says that there are people who are producing sixty five percent of the anti vaccine misinformation on social media platform. They have a list by the way we are not spreading any anti vaccine misinformation. We are simply saying that people should not be forced to take a vaccine against their will and quite honestly. I have realized how cowardly most people are in the institutional conservative movement. How few organizations are speaking out against our children. Getting vaccinated as stunning and alarming. But we stepped up and we've been targeted by the biden administration through the politico article. That are text. Messages must be restricted. This is what's happening right here on the charlie kirk show. This is how close we are to the truth. Jen pa- sacchi doesn't say the twelve people are but i guarantee you. She would love nothing. More than to get rid of the charlie kirk show and our facebook page that has well over one point seven million followers and nearly a million like she would love to be able to have facebook. Get rid of us. Will facebook do it. Facebook might do it because they're afraid of the regulation that is now being threatened. You see regulation gets threatened by the administration and then they can get rid of our speech cut. Seventy-six there's about twelve people who are producing sixty five percent of anti vaccine misinformation on social media platforms. All of them remain active on facebook. Despite some even being banned on other platforms including facebook ones that facebook owns that twelve people are responsible for sixty five percent what is anti vaccine misinformation. Exactly what it. What does she mean by that. Well let me read from our page turning point. Usa number one. The vaccine adverse event reporting system has received five thousand seven hundred eighteen reports of deaths blowing the vaccine is that misinformation. How it under the prep back. Visor and madeira are immune from any legal action from patients experiencing side effects including death. Is that misinformation from the vaccine is transported into your cells via the vaccine nanoparticles of lipid fat composition. This has never been used before in human trials and long term health effects have not yet been determined that misinformation. That's from straight from the nih website. Do you know that the nih national institute of health website published an article in january twelfth referring to the in nineteen vaccine as quote an experimental corona virus vaccine. is that misinformation. Why are they so obsessed with trying to inoculate our entire civilization. What's really going on here. Why is it that so many. Keep getting back to this. But it's so true where we're our leaders. Where are the republicans. Why are they so silent when our children are being forced to get the vaccine against their will. There's one thing that we all have in common. Yeah we're all human beings were all made in the image of god but we have to eat. So what are you eating. That's a good question. Maybe it's grocery store mystery stuff. Maybe it's fast food or maybe you desire something better. Maybe you want something. Made in america good ranchers with an s good ranchers dot. Com is terrific. 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He came back and the next day he had an extra spring in his step he had is wide open and a soul that was filled. I said connor what has happened. He said goodrich. Dot com slash. Charlie now everything is as one hundred percent true and not embellished at all. Because that's how important good ranchers see if a good ranchers dot com slash charlie. You'll see for yourself and now connor himself is subscriber good ranchers. He talks about the things that he grills. He does instagram stories with them. In fact there's all sorts of different things. It's american beef and chicken. No antibiotics under that nonsense. If you subscribe to any one of their packages you'll save twenty percents off with each purchase. Subscribing brings down the cost per meal. Get steakhouse quality for less than five dollars a meal we love the family feast which includes steak chicken and more and so look. Maybe you got the same sort of problems that i got. You know what the problems that i have. I don't like supporting chinese products. And chinese meat is not for me but i love good meat and i want every american to be able to have the same meet a we have delivered to our office and when it's good ranchers day it might as well be the good humor man with that beautiful music because it's just a good day to be alive. Morning in america can come to your doorstep at good ranchers dot com slash charlie to get twenty dollars off and free express shipping individually wrapped in vacuum-sealed and ready to grill safe and convenient good ranchers dot com with an s dot com slash charlie. Byu hawaii is forcing one of our. Turning point. Usa students to get the vaccine against their. Will i am going to read this letter literally. She had a letter from her doctor saying that she could die if she got the vaccine and the byu hawaii health center said no they said after careful consideration of your request for medical exemption. We regret that we cannot accommodate your request. Where are the adults protecting our children. Man i gotta tell you where the adults i know. I say that a lot of a recurring theme. I wanna read this one email here. Hey charlie my name fill in the blank. I'm going into my senior year at bryant university. I'm heavily involved in campus threat. Division one athletics holding many positions on club executive board and working in hr office on campus june twenty eighth bryant university center an email explaining that the kovic nineteen vaccine would now be mandated. Bright university is a private institution that is allowing for students to file for exemption for those qualified is exempt. There'll be required to wear masks on campus and the university has threatened to take our campus housing away. Many of my friends and fellow peers got the vaccine shortly after president details at the email on. Ask them why they responded with oprah's easier just to get it. I don't want the only one. Wearing a mask. I call scottsdale arizona home while not at school and i'm free to use the gyms in social events and grocery shop freely with by this is twenty one twenty two year old traditionally have attached a second email that was sent out this morning as a reminder that i've not been my vaccine information please do not mention the option for exemption nor do they provide the exemption form on a second time. I'm labeled as noncompliant according to their online health system. I'm seeking guidance on how to take a stand against the force vaccination from university that i attend to ensure i get exemption without being discriminated against by. Losing housing forced mask wearing another punitive measures. Bryant might also take me as an unvaccinated student. You see what's happening this medical apartheid. Exactly what i said on tucker. Carlson show every single person who mocked me from the left. How do you how is this. Not pre nelson mandela south africa. I want to read this again to ensure i don't get discriminated against by losing my housing wearing a mask and other punitive measures. Unfortunately this is a very time sensitive case because they require ten business days for exemption approval. I plan to be back on campus august seventh on scholarship to attend bryant. Unfortunately do not have the means to go elsewhere or take legal action if not fall into place. And here's the policy. First of all. I want to say you're not alone. We're getting thousands of emails like this jenna and the parents. Your parents generation the adults. They've just simply betrayed you. This is one of the greatest intergenerational crimes that we've ever seen i they inflate your currency they explode the national debt they destroy our economy by selfishly locking it down when kids were not at risk the shutdown our schools. They mask our kids. They throw opioids into our communities and now they're forcing children to get an experimental vaccine where we are seeing the potential negative side effects. The issue is that no one's fighting for you jenner. You should not have to launch this fight against you and your university and by the way you're on scholarship but you're providing value to the university and yet they're acting as if they own you and bryant university's school in rhode island doesn't surprise me that they wanna mandatory vaccinate all these people that the issue is this. There are children and students that are emailing us with no parental support whatsoever with no adults that are looking after this forced vaccination push when children are young. People are dropping dead after getting their second. Maderna's shot we've gone through the stories there and in israel. They say that the vaccine is not even effective the pfizer vaccines even effective against the delta. Vary they just reinstituted. The mask mandate in los angeles. Why would they reinstitute. The mask mandate in los angeles. If they thought the vaccine work. Johnson and johnson just issued new guidance. Saying that the vaccine could result in nerve disease. It is immoral to force children. The get to get a vaccine against the virus that has literally immeasurable risk of for of them dying from it. We've a whole website dedicated to this type. Usa dot com slash backs. But this look. We're we're gonna help you privately jen up but this is more broadly. I have realized what's really going on here. The generation that raised you jenna. They just don't care. No moral generation would force their children to get a force vaccine knowing what we know about this. They've left you alone and we're going to be there to fight alongside of you. I know there's a lot of parents that are trying their best. And they're fighting alongside this but it's adults that are making these decisions at these universities and byu hawaii. It's exactly the same thing. She has a medical exemption letter. That says she could die from this but byu hawaii doesn't care instead they want you to submit. This is a fight for freedom and liberty. The likes of which we've never seen before and guess what our country is failing miserably. Kathleen scibilia remember her. She couldn't even she couldn't start obamacare website. Remember kathleen sibelius. She says that. If you don't get the vaccine you should not be able to work or have access to children. How is this not complete and total totalitarianism. Why are we putting up with this. She was the former head of the health and human services. And i think she was former governor. Kansas play cut seventy seven. I think that it's time to save to those folks. It's fine if you don't choose to get vaccinated. You may not come to work. You may not have access to a situation where you're going to put my grandchildren in jeopardy where you might kill them. Were i thought your grandchildren are going to be put in jeopardy on any sort of measurable or significant risk from the chinese corona vires. Why aren't we talking about potential antiviral. Medication said we're just focusing on inoculation. Anti-viral medication ivermectin. I encourage all of you to checkup. Brett weinstein's commentary. He has decided not to get the vaccine instead. He's taken ivermectin. And he says it has very little downsides. this is him quoting. I'm quoting him and it's working for him his wife. There's an agenda at play here and many conservatives are playing right into it okay. Let's get the next question here. We have a lot of questions here. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com a lot about the vaccine by the way. Here's one right here. How as a private christian school can we for freedom and justice when the fear dean and school board. Use the excuse of christ for caring for one. Another to mandate masks person is or even isn't vaccinated. How can we fight back. i know. Mississippi is a red state but jackson is a very liberal city. So i'm not sure how to go about this sincerely. A fellow freedom fighter and patriot. Says i think refuting the idea and this is what got so first of all you care for one another by making sure they can see your face masks are inherently dehumanizing and they are questionably effective in trying to block the chinese corona virus. There's plenty of studies that show at a denmark and other places that masks make almost no difference whatsoever. If you think masks work we're masks the rest of your life. Why we never had a robust discussion at the downside of masks. Not how they turn people against each other they turn your neighbors to foreigners they turn your friends to isolated individuals. There's a downside to everything in life. There's a cost everything in life including masking inputting cloths on our children. You know how you care for one another. You do it chris. Did you tell them the truth. You don't live in a sea of lies which is a tool of the enemy to of the enemy would be to try to act as if this virus is something that it isn't. This virus has a point zero four percent death rate and it's even lower for grade school children the position that is being taken by your fearful dean who and by the way fear is not of the lord is one that we are now going to have to reconfigure society in school to now limit risk to be perpetually safe and not try to develop children that are strong and character pursuing virtue or strengthening their resolve against an ever increasing unpredictable world. So you're headmaster in your dean are misleading. You now let me tell you about the denmark masks study four thousand eight hundred sixty. Two people completed the study infection with the sars cova to occurred in forty two participants who recommended mass. One point eight percent and fifty three control participants two point one percent. The difference group was point. Three percentage points which means eleven more people got infected over out of five thousand and we don't even know if that's the reason why they got infected by the way it could have been because they just had a neighbor breathing heavier. They were closer to people. I need to look at all the other controls in the experiment. But let's pretend all the controls were equal. It shows that there was basically no difference that forty two people that were mass got infected and fifty three people on mascot infected and also what is doing for our immune system long term. Is it a good thing to actually limit your oxygen supply. Is it a good thing. When i go through masks i i have to. I have to practice self control. I think i've said this before in self control is one of the fruits of the spirit. I got this close yesterday. I was not in a good mood yesterday. Getting off the plane. Disclose i saw four. Three year olds with masks on. I was this close to letting that parent have this close. That's child abuse. They should be held accountable for abusing their children. If you put masks on your kids dehumanizing and yet adults they wanna be agreeable. They say all it's okay. You're going to have a generation of abused children because the mandatory mask mandates that happened in schools but most parents they would rather be liked. They want to get invited to the they wanna get invited to the party. They want to seek pleasure and social acceptance rather than fighting for their children. Okay next question here. A lot of questions about masks incredible we had a whole interesting mosca incident at fargo airport. By the way that was interesting producer. Ngoma tell you the story. I tell the story we're gonna we're gonna some no fly list so we wanted to do a social experiment here and we said. How long can we get without wearing masks there at the airports. My buddy pastor troy maxwell who runs freedom house in north carolina. He challenged me to do this. I said you know. It's actually pretty idea. He claims the big claim. Of course telling the truth. Just hard for me to believe that his wife penny got onto the plane and through. Tsa without a mascot. That's really amazing. Isn't it so his whole idea. It's a game they play. How long how far can they get without wearing a mask now. He's a big dude. So maybe they're afraid of and so jake with his mascot the side you got through right all the way through just hanging to the side. I decided not to participate. Because i can't afford to get on a no fly list. Mike is a little bit of a rebellious type and will who keeps us. All safe and breathing was also there so mikey and will i think had their masks somewhat half on so one of the. Tsa agents was sitting down. Not wearing a mask flipping through their phone. She sees mike and will not wearing the mask and she goes stands up puts her mask on and start screaming at mike in will saying. Why don't you wear your mask now. Mikey being some of smart aleck saying you're just not wearing your mask. And she said. I was drinking water in the mike. Said there's no water anywhere nearby and so it's turned into this whole thing and the police officer came up. Now i said. I almost said something and i just got to say. I love police officers. I think they're heroes but when police officers decide to enforce ridiculous rules this is why people want to de-fund police. It's true this this five foot six female police officer in fargo was a total mussalini style. Jerk a micro tyrant through and through she was of the highest order so she came up and she said i'm going to put you in a no fly list. Tell one of our team members. I'm going to kick you out. I'm going to do this. And i said man. There's no reason to do this. And then i got really upset like kicked into gear. I said why don't you go arrest the tsa agent. That's not even wearing their masks. Then i pointed to the gate agent. She doesn't even have a mask over her no she has. She's doing the mask thing. I'm reporting all of you to the faa no-fly list okay. Whatever nothing happened thankfully because we're not. We weren't non-complying producer. Andrew says producer connor. Let me be clear. I have not worn a mask an airport through tsa or otherwise since last july. I don't believe there's no way how. How does he aboard an airplane. That way andrew said. I was at the airport restaurant. They through the mask in the trash. So at the of w as rockin around for thirty minutes that mask everybody let me be clear civilly disobey against this stuff for as long as you can make them force you to wear a mask now if you have to travel you know. Don't try to ground the flight or be a jerk. Make them explain it to you up to the absolute last moment and say all right now. Connor what is your secret. He says this. I just tell people know i could see that if you allow yourself to still get masked during this time. You are now part of to teheran experiment. Email us your thoughts on this. By the way freedom at charlie kirk dot com by the way one of my favorite things that we did in recent time. Remember when we went to that. Very average burger place in agora hills berry average habit that what it was called habit very average by the way it was actually and they had this big billboard outside of the habit grill at it says is your boss racist. Call this phone number. It's like it's so elliott. So we go into this. Incredibly average burger place and everyone is wearing a mask except us everyone and it wasn't mandated right. Jake is that if you're vaccinated. You have to wear a mask okay. I got vaccinated. I was like two years old on vaccinated right and so what was amazing. Is that everyone was looking at us. After about twenty minutes you started to see people kinda pull their masks down as soon as they saw four people that were not wearing a mask. Connor says i put it on when i board because they'll get you there but not until i'm walking on the plane. Your freedoms are so fragile. Everybody it's time to get disagreeable. They're putting these mask mandates in place across the country. Tell them now. What are they going to arrest. You probably get your friends alongside of you. This is tyranny in its purest form. People want to control your life and by the way the adults have decided not to stand up for our country. It's time for us. The younger generation to start pushing back against this. If they can make you put a mask on they'll take your guns. They can make you take a vaccine. They control your children as you know my friend. Mike lindell has a passion to help. Everyone get the best sleep of your life. 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One eight hundred eight seven five zero four two five use the promo code kirk go to mypillow dot com and make sure you use the promo code k. i. r. k. Some people. Say charlie it's sake not pa- sacchi. Yeah i know. Is that a polish name. Or is that the silent p. What would that be. No that's usually. The greeks have silent silent letter before him the macedonian or something the sakhi. Let me think about this. She doesn't look she looks irish. Is it russian. She she does. she did. Wear the communist commissar hat with sergei. Brits nick off or whatever. His name was polish. I write that. I say polish started with polish. Zaki means packers package. Small dogs the sakhi. It's irish greek and polish heritage. I was right about all three. Or did i say all three of us. Whatever according to a user from oregon the name zaki is of polish origin which means similar to polish word but sasaki which means pack of small dogs names dot. Org well jen. Pa- says that if your band on one social media platform usually dan and other social media platform so just so you understand what's going on here. Our government not worried about inflation. Which is going to be over ten percent this year. Not worried about the southern border which hundred thousands of illegals are pouring into our country. Not worried about the rise of china. Do you know what they keep on doing. Press conferences on twelve american facebook users. That are questioning the vaccine us. This is the priority of your government is not to try to restrain china against their preemptive move against taiwan which is coming very soon by the way it's not trying to manage inflation and all the issues surrounding no instead it's about trying to remove certain voices from social media. Do we have ninety two loaded up as it ready. it's still loading. I really want to get that one. Before the end of the hour. So show us the meaning of haste connor and so the i see it loading. It just broke. This is a big one though this big when we just got questioned from cynthia on this and by the way if i answer your question you guys get a signed copy of my book. Emails freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. Okay here's jen psyche. Providing for four facebook or other platforms to measure and share the impact of misinformation on their platform and the audience. It's reaching a also with the public with all of you To create robust enforcement strategies that bridge their properties in provide transparency about rules. You shouldn't be banned from one platform and not others if you before providing misinformation out there are these private companies when the press secretary of the white house has just call in shots who needs to be banned and not unique to be banned from this one. Because you're band on this one and by the way do they talk about anything else at these press briefings besides banning americans from social media. I kid you not. That is the fifteenth clip. We have on that one of our listeners. Just message me from chicago. are you one of the twelve. Yes we probably are actually kind of makes you feel again. This would have really intimidated us on our program a couple years ago but we have this whole and a new dimension of how we view these things in a good way that the fact that we're just asking questions and i'm twenty seven years old that some people around the table at the federal government are saying you know what we gotta do. It's that charlie cook guy. He's a real problem moods who good good. Ooh send pacific you. It makes you feel like you're making a difference. Everybody so i don't know if i'm one of the twelve. Who are the twelve dissident voices. they ever lisk. They've checked it twice and they're coming after all of you in this whole argument about how big tack is this private company. Meanwhile you have the press secretary of the united states call shots by the way what they're doing illegal and so if we lose our facebook account we will file a lawsuit immediately because it is illegal for the government to tell or instruct subsidize or incentivized private companies to do what they cannot do. Let me say that again. It is illegal for the government to tell private companies to do what they cannot do. So if facebook or any of these companies come after us in restrict us for vaccine misinformation which is literally not true. I have said that certain people of a certain age demographic probably makes sense for you to take the experimental vaccine because the virus poses a greater essential against you and i'm not making medical opinions. I'm not giving you any sort of advice. I'm saying it shouldn't be simply saying it shouldn't be mandated but that's a threat because right now. We live in the era of mandatory compliance submission and obedience. It's gonna take a lot of people rising up and currently there's not enough of it the beginning stages we do that. We can stave off the threat against our liberties. Thanks so much for listening everybody. Email us your thoughts. Freedom charlie kirk dot com. And if you want to get involved a turning point. Usa usa dot com wsb tucson for more many of these stories and news. You can trust to charlie kirk dot com.

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Critical Race Theory Takes Over Silicon Valley

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Critical Race Theory Takes Over Silicon Valley

"Hey everybody knew documents. Show what's really going on at the most powerful organization in the world google. I take some of your questions towards the end of this hour. And we tell you about how ronda sant could be a blueprint for most conservative governors across the country. If you want to support our program you do so at charlie kirk dot com slash support. You wanna email us your thoughts go to freedom at charlie kirk dot com the email us directly and if you want to get involved with turning-point. Usa could do so a teepee usa dot com where we play offense with a sense of urgency to win the american culture. We're go to teepee usa dot com. That's teepee usa dot com. And if you want support our program. It's charlie kirk dot com slash support. I wanna thank sue for generously. Supporting us at charlie kirk dot com slash support. I want to thank jeff from tucson for supporting us erin from albuquerque. Charlie kirk dot com slash support. Thank you guys so much for getting behind the program and if you want to get involved a turning point. Usa you could do so at teepee usa dot com. That's cheap usa dot com action packed episode. Buckle up everybody here we go to early. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk on the college campus. I want you to know. We are lucky to have charlie. Charlie running the white house folks. I wanna thank joe. He's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country and he's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point. Usa we will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody this episode is brought to you by my friends at express. Vpn express vpn dot com slash. Charlie secure your device anonymous. Your online activity protect your action online express. Vpn dot com slash. Charlie help our show out by also helping yourself protect yourself express. Vpn dot com slash. Charlie what are the most powerful organization in america is it. The pharmaceutical companies is it the irs. Is it the department of defense. Is it the cia. What organization is the most powerful organization in america. But what if. I told you that there is one that transcends all the others that there is one organization that knows where you are right now. The irs does not know where you are right now. The department of defense does not know where you are right now but there is an organization. That doesn't just know where you are. But they are trying to find a way to sell products to you trying to find a way to manipulate your children into becoming quasi cyborgs and changing their world view altogether. And this of course is google. Google is the most powerful organization in america now some conservatives. Don't like it when i say this. They have been trained to believe that government and government only is the most powerful most dangerous threat to our liberty and trust me. I don't need to establish my credential by saying that. I don't like big government. We do an entire show on it. We have shirts at turning point. Usa say big of sucks but the question we should ask. And i asked this out of a recently. He never has been asked that question before. he's the shows. This really shows how little thinking has been done in the conservative movement. By the way. I was part of that five or six years ago. We were all bunch of ottomans trying to cut corporate taxes and wanting the other side. Stop calling us racist. And i ask one of the elected republicans i said. Why do we like limited government. He said well. It's obvious because governments bad. So yeah okay but why why is it that limited government is a moral good any kind of stumbled around and i said well. It's because we want people to be free. It's because we believe in limited power. Limited government is a catchphrase. That i agree with obviously that says that human beings should not be coerced into doing things that are not good for them and that government should be designed try to punish licentious nece and reward habits that try to pursue virtue and when government gets too big or any organization gets too big. It's incumbent on the people to try to create a check and a balance against that but conservatives have been led to believe i put conservatives in air quotes the mitt romney types that you play lip service only limited government and you allow corporations to do whatever they want to. Do you allow facebook to do whatever they want to. Do you allow google to do whatever they want to bank of america. They wanna kick people off their platform. So what j. P. morgan chase doesn't matter. They're a private company despite having tens of millions of customers and so breaking yesterday from christopher rufo friend of mine a very smart man. Who's been on our show a couple times. Google the leviathan. The most powerful organization on the planet has now launched a new anti-racism initiative for all of their employees claiming that america is quote a system of white supremacy and that all americans are quote raised to be racist. They have a white supremacy pyramid. Christopher rufo rights. I've obtained a trove of whistle blower documents from the inside of google revealed a company's extensive racial reeducation program based on the core tenants of critical race theory including intersection algae white privilege and systemic racism in a module called ally ship in action. Google train their employees to deconstruct racial and sexual identities and then ranked themselves hierarchy of power and privilege and manner manager reactions through crying and assessing their happy place in a video guest lecturer henry rogers. Otherwise known as abram x. kennedy claimed that all americans including children as young as three months old are racist quote to be raised in the united states is to be raised to be racist and to be raised to rice. Racist is to be raised to be almost addicted to racist ideas. Denial of racism that a person is racist quote for me is the heartbeat of racism. Is denial and the sound of that. Denial is that. I'm not racist can told google employees. It's a critical critically important for americans to no longer being denial about their own racism and another lecture. Google paid nicole. Hannah jones claim that she created and she created the sixteen nineteen project to verify lifelong theory that everything in modern day united states can be traced back to slavery. If you name anything in america i can relate it back to slavery nicole. Hannah jones con-artists by the way she would never talk to me about american history of the american. Founding jones claims that the first afghan africans being sold in sixteen nineteen is more foundational to the american story than pilgrims landing at plymouth. Rock if you're white in this country she said you are beneficial of a three hundred and fifty year system of white supremacy a google diversity equity and inclusion lead created an internal document called anti-racism resources containing readings racial consciousness exercises one graphic claims that color blindness and columbus day weaponized whiteness and make america great again and covert white supremacy. Another graphic titled the white supremacy pyramid advances the idea that conservative commentator. Ben shapiro is the foundation of white suppressed and that donald moving society on a path towards mass murder and genocide. Google which controls what information that you see like hall. Yeah i don't use google. You might use youtube. We have a couple thousand people watching on youtube right now. I don't use google. You have a samsung phone. You have any sort of google apps even android phone. I should say you're an operating system that google helps run so here. You have the people that are in control of all the information flow for an entire civilization for the entire planet that are being taught that conservatives and white people are quote either participating in mass murder. Violence calls for violence discrimination or veiled racism. What does that have to say for search results. Google could topple a country if they chose. Google could overthrow basically an entire civilization. Google could execute revolution by saying look at this information. Don't look at this information. And the new documents out of google show that the most radical unproven and dangerous ideas that we say are those are just on college campus. I get this all the time from people that give a bunch of money to college is crazy but it says isolated there what happens on college. Campuses does not stay on college campuses. It goes into corporate boardrooms. And it's running. Google and it just doesn't run google then just doesn't run google. It'll run you. Your reputation is now at the hands of the people that believe that america is a white supremacist. Nation and white. People must take de-emphasized role in society. Intersection allan white privilege systemic racism. What are they going to do with all of that power. What is the check and balance against google. You see this white so important to know your history. We as conservatives need to advocate for checks and balances and independent judiciary consent of the governed separation of powers which are the key defining attributes of the american system of government not just for government but also for massive corporations. We're going to name some names here. In the next segment we're going to name names of conservatives and republicans at take money from google. does your senator take money from. Google does your congressman. Take money from google. You might be surprised and shocked that. Google the leviathan that is kicking people off of youtube every single day. That is censoring ideas. That is pandering to the other side. They might be funding your representative while they're giving mouth's lip service. Google is the most powerful dangerous organization to exist point to existence. What ever that's the answer. Never has their minister valence states with this much power and the radicals their own agreement. If you're white you're the enemy you're american. You're the enemy and they're willing to eliminate you look we all complain about the woke industrial complex the woke marxist that are running our schools that are running media and yes also running our banks. You see the real estate market. It's red hot tyler. He just sold his home and he said charlie. I've never seen the market so unbelievable. So maybe you want to go buy a home. Maybe they're taking advantage of low interest rates with all the economic uncertainty underway. People need to invest in real stuff. So here's a rule of thumb. We hear our solution based show so if you don't like the woke nonsense stop using the woke banks. It's that simple no more. Wells fargo j. P. morgan no more goldman sachs no more big bank culture instead. I have these two great friends and they do a great job. It's andrew and todd andrew del ray and todd avakian. They love the lord. They are christians. They are honest. They are straight shooters and they are on a mission to make sure that you guys can refinance but be told the truth. Look when i took out mortgages for properties. That i have. It was one of the worst experiences i've ever been through. Yeah some of the people. Were very nice. But i can tell you. The bank itself was just so bureaucratic and hard to work with my producer. Andrew is working right now andrew and todd to fight against the woke banking culture. And he tells me that they're part counselors part financial counselors planners and. They're really helping him. So here's the thing andrew and todd our mortgage bankers they're not brokers andrew and todd and their team can take care of your loan personally from start to finish. You'll likely actually talk to andrew and todd yourself so right now maybe you're walking or your i want to refinance the home or maybe i'm under the process. Stop it. No more wells fargo. Their funding a billion dollars. Bail of incorporated drives me nuts. Bank of america shut off a us senate candidate running. Who's running senate in delaware. Just shut off their bank account instead. Let's support the good guys. I know a lot of you right now. Say charlie i want to support the good guys. Let's do it together okay. So here's how you do it. Go to andrew and todd dot com. That's pretty easy to remember right. Andrew taught andrew and todd dot com or triple eight triple eight eleven seventy-two that's triple eight triple eleven seventy-two and say. Hey i want to talk to andrew. And todd charlie kirk told me to call in fact. I just had this unbelievable meeting with them. We talk theology. We talked the church. They're conservative they're unbelievable and all you have to do is call him up. Just go to andrew. And todd dot com call triple eight triple eight eleven seventy-two that's aaa aaa eight eleven seventy-two and say andrew. Todd i would like to speak to you charlie. Cook sent me. And i'm telling you you'll probably get them on the phone less. They're traveling handling some crisis. They take a lot of the phone calls themselves. Great people andrew and todd dot com. No more woke banks. Let's work together. The crush the back of woke wall street and support the good guys. Andrew and todd dot com. Why are republicans taking money from google. Because it's easy and it doesn't take much effort to get a check from a multi trillion dollar company. That is crushing. Your voters susan collins from maine took ten thousand dollars. John cornyn from texas took nine thousand dollars in hof from oklahoma. Nine thousand dollars mcconnell from kentucky nine thousand dollars rish from idaho. Nine thousand dollars sullivan from alaska. Nine thousand dollars row rounds from south dakota eight thousand dollars. David purdue lost seventy five hundred dollars. Cory gardner lost seven thousand dollars sherry more capital no surprise five thousand dollars doug collins who inexcusably took five thousand dollars. Joni ernst took money from google five thousand dollars. Roger wicker ben sasse. I'm just naming republicans by the way not democrats. Obviously james lankford barosso tillis on the list goes on. Let's let's do some in the house. Kevin brady who's retiring. His kevin brady his whole life was all about cutting corporate taxes for companies. That hate us. Only thing that kevin brady wanted to do. The thing that kevin brady cared about most was. How do i cut taxes for companies. That hate my voters. And we're gonna make america worst place to live. That was kevin. Brady's life mission and boy he got it done. Kevin brady delivered the goods for companies that funded his campaign and he was like you know what my greatest crowning achievement is. I cut corporate taxes from thirty two percent to twenty six percent. Congratulations meanwhile your voters at home. It's harder than ever to have. Children prices are going up. Gas prices are going up. The border is wide open. Our military humiliated in kabul. These companies are crushing us. Online amazon is building warehouses across the country to destroy small businesses and republicans delivered that for them. They delivered it right up and they said congratulations. We are going to give you the biggest corporate tax and out in american history. Why is it that google and these companies have been able to do what they do because every time republicans get political power. We don't do anything to try to create the equivalent of a check and balance against them. That we don't try to create a system where all of a sudden google steps out of line that there's something preventing them from kicking somebody off of youtube kicking somebody off of social media. Alex berenson has been kicked off twitter. Who is new york times reporter before all this started. Steve scalise took ten thousand dollars from louisiana from google from louisiana. Ten thousand dollars. Michael mccall seventy five hundred dollars. Don bacon andy bar all funded by google. Google knows what they're doing here. Do you think they're really donating these candidates because they believe in their world of course not. They're placing bets. Obviously google knows exactly what they're doing here. Google goes in and they will fund candidates and races that are going to be helpful to them through google. Llc net pack that they actually are never have to be investigated or meaningfully subpoenaed on capitol hill republicans play along because republicans care most of them just about getting reelected not about actually protecting their voters or doing what is necessary for the country and i want to read this one email really quick i get i get these these people that email me and very angry. They say hi hon. I'm a boomer and we aren't stupid. We know exactly who the democrats liberals progressive communists are even one basket been fighting them all my life so that was rather insulting comedy made earlier. I cannot understand. Why every boomer insulted when i say this. So let me get this straight. You can insult millennials all day long which is generation. They're lazy they're stupid they don't do anything and i can't say that boomers have left generally less desirable country to live in. And by the way. I said that there's plenty of boomers that don't apply to this. She said i really a new movement arising. It's time to get rid of boomer. I hear regularly this day. Not all of us have been selling to this country as those in congress. University have been listen up everybody. We are just weeks away from yet. Another american travesty. One that could lead our country even further down the road to tyranny. I'm talking of course about court packing the far left radical plan to rig our entire federal judiciary system by adding four four liberal justices to the supreme court and completely destroying the constitutional rule of law in our country as we know it. Thankfully my friends at first liberty institute. A national nonprofit law firm are taking a stand. They've written a letter telling the biden commission to reject this brazen court packing scheme and now prominent leaders plus over a hundred thousand patriots like you have joined their coalition franklin. Graham former attorney general. Ed meese dr dobson. Plus organizations like the american policy association concerned women for america are all on board. Now it's up to you. Sign your name right now. Next to these leaders by september fifteenth go to supreme cu dot com. That's supreme ceo up dot com right. Now they're trying to pack the supreme court. My friend kelly shackelford runs this amazing organization. So do me a favor. Check it out sign it. It's free of charge. Supreme cu dot com. So larry elder is running for governor of california and a white woman in a gorilla mask. Came up to larry elder through an egg at him. And then somebody else said doesn't larry elder knows what's good for his people. Why does he just stay in line. The way he's supposed to the essence of what was said. And i want you to imagine if a let's say any black leader cory booker or anyone on the left was running for office and a wearing a gorilla mask came up and threw an egg at that black candidate. It would be the number one new story in the country and everyone will be tweeting out thoughts and prayers. This is disgusting. this is wrong. This has no place in american politics instead. The left is laughing about it. We know who the left truly is the left arm true racists. We know what's actually at the core of this. Here's a video of this to watch here. And that is cut forty one about a minute lot of swear words so we had to cut that quite a lot. Larry elder is walking the streets and a woman wearing a gorilla mask mocking the fact. That larryelder is black throws and get him and a heckler comes up and says basically he's gotta stop running this terrible. This is in venice beach california. A white woman. The homeless capital of los angeles comes up. And does this and now look democrats. They're really nervous in california. They're bringing in the big guns. They're worried that a black person. A black conservative started all of a sudden change. The paradigm of what a conservative is to people that are not as involved in politics. But they're starting to get aware of it so they bring in neighboring in the big guns neighboring. In barack hussein obama cut forty four hello californians. You've got a big choice to make my september. Fourteenth governor newsom has spent the past year and a half protecting california commandments now. Republicans are trying to recall him from office. And overturn commonsense komen safety measures for healthcare workers and school staff. Your vote could be the difference between protecting our kids and putting them at risk helping californians. Were cover or taking us back. Protect california by voting. No on the public rico. So they are bringing him right and in center because the polling shows in california. It's pretty close by the way. What does gavin newsom protected. Californians from homelessness is up. Drug usage is up defecation on the street. They're literally resurrecting the bubonic plague california has become a rather unenjoyable place to live and even to visit at times and one of the major reasons. Why gavin newsom was recalled in the first place was because of his handling of the chinese virus and all of the covy tyranny surrounding that and one governor in particular that we've talked about on the show who should be a blueprint for every republican governor across the country. Who is articulate and courageous. She is confident. Is ron disentis. I'm gonna play some tape here of rhonda santa's a couple of them rhonda santa's gets a ten out of ten for me and we talked about the santa's a lot on this program because he deserves it rhonda santa's has stepped up and he has defended his voters. I am a florida resident. Probably gonna have to become an arizona resident sometime soon. But i am still a florida resident and i vote in florida and rhonda. Santa's says very clearly. My job is to protect your individual freedom. The idea that businesses can do whatever they want an invade your privacy and doing that. no. I'm not signing up for that. I wanted to say there's been a debate. On the right of some people say corporation should be able to mandate the vaccine. And you have nothing to say about ron. Santa's hold on a second the business they have rights but your whole life is not just working at that business. You have a private life. And you have your own right to your own body and rhonda santa's in the midst of and election continues to be the leader of the conservative movement right now on this issue on the issue of individual sovereignty pushing back corporate tyranny anti masks allowing people to make choices. They see fit. I wish every republicans spoke like this. I was just north. Dakota knows you. Listening on the flag radio network. I wish north dakota had governor like rhonda santa's cut forty eight my philosophy as as governor. My job is to protect your individual. My job is not to protect corporate free. That is not what i'm here for. I mean we have a business. We have everything but this idea that businesses it just do whatever they want and invade your privacy and doing all that no i'm not signing up for that i'm signing up for protecting your freedom and making sure we have a society in florida where people can make the best decisions for themselves for their families. He's going right after some of the republican governors out there. That i said. I don't have the power to do that. That's not true. My friend governor greg. Gianforte of montana a phenomenal man. He passed a bill saying that companies do not have the right to invade employee medical decisions. That's the only that's all that needs to be done. If you want to take the vaccine go take the vaccine will be made available to you. The freedom to go. Take it if you don't want to take the vaccine. Your employers can destroy your life if you choose differently. Rhonda scientists continued by saying that vaccines work to help. People have less severe outcomes but it doesn't create herd immunity. This very rational approach by the way rhonda santa sustain for. Look if you're over the age of seventy five and you've decided to take the vaccine. I'm gonna tell you that it might actually have some sort of impact on the severity of whether or not The virus or not. But you still might get it round. Santa is being very clear if you wanna take this then so be it. Play cut fifty if you're gonna force vaccine mandates on people just understand what the data showing us about the vaccine. Vat the data showing us your much less likely to be hospitalized or die if you're vaccinated. That is true. And i think you see it in the statistics however the vaccinations have not created herd immunity. And so if the idea is that having a herd immunity you force everyone to do this and that will create herd immunity. That has not happened now. The one thing i will say is that the israel data pushes back against what governor desanta just said there were sixty percent of intense hospitalizations in israel are people that are vaccinated and then rhonda scientists continued by saying and hits back at fao cheesy. Who goes after him. You see they need to take rhonda santos out and by the way rhonda santa's offering infusions that very well might lessen and decrease the hospitalization rates across the country mono clone oil infusions. That are very effective. They're an antibody treatment against kobe. One thousand nine but fao. She doesn't want to tell you about this wise. Vouching i wanna tell you about these infusions without she and desanta sure going back and forth and fau she will lose. This is smarter than him. And he's tougher than him. And the reason we talk about the santa so much on this program for doing a wonderful job of big state that is not a solidly republican state but soon becoming one because there's leadership but it's so important the question that we need to ask us wise every republican governor not like rhonda santa's. Why are these republican governors week and make excuses rhonda santa's is raising the bar and showing us that. This is what we can get out of our republican party. We need to demand more play. Cut fifty four fao. She also said if fifty percent were vaccinated. You would not see any searches anymore. Well that wasn't true. Look at obviously. The sunbelt look in the pacific northwest look at hawaii Huge surges. that you've seen and so fao she and to santa's going back and forth by the way this cove delta surge has crested and has fallen in florida again the people that have been mongering against what florida has been doing have been proven wrong again. Rhonda santa's if you have a republican governor republican your station. Say why aren't you doing ron. Santa's does a lot of people. Ask me charlie. How do you know so much about american history. The answer is not from school as many of you know. I did not go to formal college. I didn't go to college at all so my education has been a process. I've always been committed to learning and diving. Deep into ideas and one source of truth and knowledge has been the greatest partner in that pursuit of learning that hillsdale college american has three and civics education. They're quite honestly at a turning point. And the hillsdale. Seventeen seventy six curriculum. They are teaching the truth. And they have downloadable curriculum for you and your children for free at k twelve dot hillsdale dot. Edu that's k twelve that hillsdale dot edu and you could take online courses so i every single day i do my best to try to schedule at least thirty minutes to an hour to take some online courses. 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Download hillsdale seventeen seventy six curriculum for free at k twelve that hillsdale dot. Edu that's k twelve that hillsdale dot edu phenomenal partners. Please check it out right now. We have the best listeners. We really do the wisdom that comes from our listeners of people that email us freedom at charlie kirk dot. Com is just terrific. A lot of people are asking us. Charlie what do i do about this mandate from the federal government while. It's not an easy question. Well i wanna refer to you to to websites one is i liberty dot org. That is a buddy of mine. Kelly shackelford that runs i liberty. Who is working on the religious exemption for the cove in nineteen vaccine. And so you guys can check it out. I liberty dot com. It's at the top of their website. How do i file a religious exemption for the in nineteen vaccine and the other is calvary c. c. h. dot org. which is jack hibs website. They have a bulletproof exemption letter. That i encourage you guys to checkout calvary. Cca dot org. And i think it's right there on the website. I'm trying to find out where it is on the website. I asked him the other day where it is. It's pretty pretty easy to find right on there when you go there. And by the way if you guys just go to charlie kirk dot com by the way at charlie kirk dot com. We are going to post all of these stories. All the resources for you. A lot of people are asking. Charlie how do i file an exemption. How do i fight against this matt. God bless you. My wife is a federal employee. Vhs how do we fight. Back against the tyrannical vaccine mandate. We will give you the best resources that we have at our disposal to allow you to fight back against all of this and try to give you the tools the ability to not have to get vaccinated against your will okay. I want to get to some more sound here in the couple of minutes that we have remaining. Msnbc again has just gone full corporate tyrannical. And this is the one that's going to be very interesting for us if they actually mandate for travel. We might not be able to travel soon. On airlines cut forty-six the federal government may be able to impose vaccine requirements on air travel. And we'll be able to back local and corporate mandates cut forty six. So what more can the president say one more pressure. Can they put onto mandates. Maybe an air travel for example or in other places like that. So you mentioned air travel. That's kind of the big one out there that medical experts and said the federal government probably has some legal authority to mandate and one thing that experts say the federal government can do is say to those institutions. We've got your if you're a big company and you put a mandate in-place the federal government will support you. If it's challenged same thing to state government the big problem. They have air travel and first of all they keep on trying to convince you. They know the vaccine is not working. The way it's supposed to. They know it actually might be helping to spread the virus. They're going to ask for boosters and all that they know all that they're just lying of course but the thing about the airlines is the flight attendants and the pilots. That don't want to take the vaccine. They're not gonna be able to run an airline if they mandate the vaccine that it might just might collapse the entire airline altogether. Msnbc continues who calls that regular testing instead of vaccinations. That's a loophole. Who cares if we actually know if you have it or not. Instead we have to know that you have bent the knee and that you obey our commands cut fifty six. The president biden is going to be signing an executive order mandating vaccinations for all federal employees and millions of contractors who work for the federal government the president had previously mandated this earlier in the summer but there were some loopholes there for employees who did not get vaccinated to have a regular testing process that they would undergo now. This is going to be mandatory for all federal employees and as we close out this hour. I wanna play a clip from about thirty years ago of dr robert wilner who accused pfau chief of genocide for putting out a killer drug noling knowingly related to aids. This is from thirty years ago. And we'll be posting this on the charlie kirk show if you wanna email this to all of your friends and senate around to cut forty three. The great lie of hitler. I think he would envy the job being done by members of the national institutes of health and even the especially in this country and i will put the lie to the individuals of the nih particularly gallo and faouzi and hazel time. And that's and the rest of these scoundrels of the worst daughter. Criminals guilty of genocide without a doubt. I invite them to take me to court. I wish burroughs wellcome with technical work because they have been putting out a killer drug knowingly you check out that entire clip at charlie kirk dot com. So make sure you check it out. Charlie kirk dot com. And there's a lot going on that. I think people need to know about. Thanks so much for listening everybody. Email us your thoughts freedom at charlie kirk dot com and. Thanks so much for listening. God bless you guys speak to houston.

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America First with Sebastian Gorka 7-13-21 Hour 2

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

40:24 min | 3 months ago

America First with Sebastian Gorka 7-13-21 Hour 2

"Is podcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this from courageous voices of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com. If you like america first then check out our separate podcast. The battle for sixteen hundred with my former white house. Colleague boris epstein. Every week we give you the inside. In-depth analysis of what's really going on the battle for sixteen hundred subscribe today. You are listening to. America first sebastian. Gorka former strategist to president. Donald j trump. He's one of our regulars a stall awards one of your favorites co host. Along with vh and bill bennett of the podcast. Intelligence and common sense. And usually i praise him for his political works is presidential histories but lord conrad black's second memoir the matter of principle. Well i took it with myself on my week away on my crews and enjoying it immensely maybe touch upon. Some of the issues raised there. But i wanted everybody to know if you want a good read a matter of principle by lord conrad black and lot black. Welcome back to america. I thank you best to be with you. We have to talk about your latest piece. American greatness is The democrats topsy turvy spend machine but since we just had the attorney. General of texas on ken paxton. I'd like your reaction to this little video clip regarding what's happened in texas with local lawmakers fleeing of the state to facilitate or rather to undermine the political functioning of state house has governor abbot of texas. On what the democrats are doing that cut one. Do we have that cut one. We don't have cut one so let me summarize it lord black we have more than two dozen democratic lawmakers on a private jet moscow's leaving texas to negate the corum of the state house so that texas cannot bring election reform measures your reaction to that interpretation of representative democracy a sign of utter moral bankruptcy of ninety percent of the democratic party. And if i'm not mistaken there fleeing the state because if they remain in the state the governor and the attorney general techs have the right to take them into custody and and forcefully transport them back to the legislature in austin and require them to make up the koran and and so i mean when they are fleeing in order not to make a quorum which would enable those whom the entire population texas have chosen to be state. legislators they they are essentially fleeing the process. Just checking in. And and in a completely undignified manner if they if they went individually on commercial airliners at claiming they were going to take a holiday in canada or something. That'd be fine. But i wouldn't be fine. It would be absurd but at least it would be less ludicrous. Them within this business of them chartering a plane fleeing like bankrupt. Well this is. This is the second point and as the former head of hollinger international with such amazing titles. The daily telegraph the jerusalem. Post under your domain. I need to tease out. This question of self awareness all strategic communications. Not just simply act. They took which negated that oath to represent their constituents lord black to be on that private jet on its way to the swamp to dc where texas authorities couldn't touch them and to take a selfie not black mental posted on social media. What does that speak off. It's like these lunatics that we saw last summer in portland and then seattle imagined that Directly promoting the physical destruction of federal buildings and and being completely national onto bug skyrocketing violence in the streets of those cities was a summer of love and just a perfectly reasonable thing to be sustained encouraged. I mean i. I don't know what his possessed these people but some madness. Some sort of political bilharzia has seized some. These democrats really think that the public actually is going to put up. You know slashing police budgets and announcing that if all manner of ludicrous. Things and greatest things are not done. They will burn america down tearing down statues of some of the great figures of modern world. History That all of this alex suddenly acceptable to the american public. The must be the mind. But the you know they. They became intoxicated with trump eight and they thought that by constantly counting your idea that the incumbent president was a terrible and evil man they would get a pass for a a tremendous range of a juvenile destructive mia listrik behavior and the and you know they. They effectively one a rigged election and then have failed to suppress the expressions of concern by those. Who look at it at all seriously and say there. There's potentially something really wrong. And the way votes were counted in and casts The would get a free pass on it all and they go on like this forever like like young misbehaving children. You think recess goes all day. We took the lord back. Follow him on twitter. Conrad black the book. That i enjoyed so much on my week. Way is a matter of principle autobiography. Let's go from democrats. Fleeing texas the democrats in the swamp but democrats in the mainstream media. the news of the day for the last few days of been of course the events just seventy miles off the southern shore of the united states events in cuba. Y'all you know as a person who understands the media intimately that your reaction to not only that the media but also the biden administration looking at that footage and saying the cubans are waving american flags because they're dissatisfied with the cuban regimes kovic response and the lack of vaccines full contemptible th. There's a struggle going on in the minds of tens of millions of people including myself as to whether pity or contempt reigned supreme in our response to it. I mean i know. I went to cuba once upon a time and and that was on the tenth anniversary. It happened to be and then. I details coming power in january. I went and sixty nine ten years after a three chase that the kista and When i left the departing officials said we'll see who. Do you want to see cuba again. Nice yes through. Open bond sites. I was so horrified. And what i saw in everything. What did you say since then. It's just got worse. Given that was a decade after the takeover. What did you see that so horrified you. Please share that with listeners. Well at that time. The complete focus of the government was on getting the sugar production and they completely feel they never got back batista's record for production and and All the cars were falling apart. They were tied together. The and You know clock stretched towels and things and The potholes and the main roads of havana. The formerly luxury hotels. But i stayed in. Didn't have toilets seat the seat on the. I mean obviously one concern now these things but it it it. It was a demonstration absolutely crumbling society. And i went to see the big organization and and the my companion On that trip she spoke. I my spanish very elemental. And and and for example with speech went on for over two hours. And you'll be three hours. And one of the highlights was he said he gave the the flavors of ice cream that they now offer literally gain a. We have strawberry banana and he went out of thirty flavor. I mean the whole thing was was nonsense was somewhere between a casca orwell or kessler novel and the charlie chaplin movie. It was it just a farce but but a a evil for our surveillance are it was every block had a big sign. Saying committee depends on the revolution was tropical totalitarianism. I i just found horrifying because you know Have islands a beautiful city in our as we see in florida very capable and attracting people and they were. They were there too but they were they. Were they sort of convinced themselves to dell's personality somehow justified. We're being put to although in fairness i i'm not representing the batista regime is having been particularly distinguished of despotism but not attala -tarian aspen despotism. We have to ask the question with historical perspective in the last sixty two years. Is that something qualitatively different about what we are witnessing today. I see some of the pictures of police offices Not brutalizing the protesters in sometimes actually acquiescing to the protest is perhaps an indicator that this could be the moment but we shall wait and see wait talking to the author of amongst other things. The president like no other donald j trump and the restoring of america. Lord conrad black. I'm sebastian gorka back. After these messages. Relieffactor drugfree pain relief. That actually works out. Take my word for it. Listen to alicia from california. I'm a grocery store worker and have been working. Doubles during the corona virus shutdown. At fifty. two years old. My two bad knees are not getting arrest. I literally limped to and from bed. Two days into relief factor the pain has decreased substantially so thankful for this amazing product. Wow that could be. 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Once they step back into the state of texas that will be arrested and brought to the texas capitol and we will be conducting business. That's the count. We were looking for governor of texas saying those democrats and fleet the status long. As soon as they step back on the lone star state they will be arrested and frogmarched back to the state house. Because guess what they were elected to represent their constituents. We are back with other than lord. Conrad black follow him on twitter at conrad black his latest piece for those who are a little bit young. We might have to explain the reference. It is the democrats topsy turvy. spin machine. An american greatness. That's posted now on facebook pages and greatness dot com expand if you will please little black on your reference to joe biden's administration being akin to that to amateur talent. Show the gong show well in everybody who has the slightest interest you know public issues where the the illegal immigration flooding into the country now at the rate of three million a year according to the latest estimates from Homeland security at the same time that the cabinet secretary for that department minister. My arcus is saying the southern border is closed. And then it you know on certain metrics you've been you can see you can see them pouring in walking across the shallow or or or or coming in over land and and i mean it's just nonsense. It's inflation is under control. We by see they. The figures today indicate there at five point four percent but if you give gasoline and building materials appeal. Everything's their former and rightful place. In estimating inflation for the average person the average family it's significantly and rising and everyone buys anything he knows it and and And everyone in. Urban america certainly is aware of the rising crime rate practically every city and a so we. We have we have these Phenomena suddenly The democrats claim to be the party. That opposed defunding the police. But in fact every move to defend fund the police was a democratic sponsored measure Suddenly we have the grace of conversion and the democrats say that they're in favor of voter identification. Having until a week ago declared to be virtually tantamount to return to slavery. Jim crow. Two point zero You know it's a total flip flop public position with i. Nobody in country or at least significant number of people in the country had any notion of what it is like to do a u-turn and in an important policy garrick one hundred eighty degree turn. So here's the question that i still cannot ons for the last five months. And you've written works on on on president trump and kissinger where is who only as martin nixon. Who is the harry hopkins. Who is the eminence grease negative or positive who is the kiss jiffy. This administration is that one. Is there an apparent one at all. Because this these lists of critical race theory de-fund the police the covert policies. It seems if this is. This is just k- loss. Yeah look. I don't know any prominent person in that administration so i'm not well qualified to say since you asked me. My guess is in terms of who is filling whatever gaps there may be seen biden's Exercise bizarre office and the normal level of energy and consistency. Expect from a president It would be as way i mean. She's very energetic capable. Women i think actually rather than attracting women i thought i find this sort of an appealing personality but and i'm not some boxer calling yourself doctor. You know a academic. Dr is perfectly acceptable thing. Dr kissinger dr presents interest. Not this learning that this those men but you know it. It's all right but So i think she kind of makes up for his lack of energy. And is you don't want to be gratuitous but you with certain slips knicks but behind the scenes of my guess is chief of staff and you know my time watching these things which goes back to president. Eisenhower this guy klein. I think his name. This gets less public attention. Any chief of staff that i remember. I mean you know. We remembered james baker and various others. You know Regan succeeded him and You know mr. Nixon had hold them and so on these people were you know they were prominent and everyone knew their name and they were up in front of the media. Klein is is a sort of a hidden hand. But it is terribly important position. Then seen he's he's doing his job very efficient. And what do you make of those who say that Given all the the second tier obama officials who are in this administration that the influence of the forty fourth president is is a large and looming on this administration well located it appears to me that the so called biden sanders unity program. Far left program In a socialist program marxist is getting a little carried away but socialist And you know essentially abiding putting that program into effect the idea that he would be a moderating influence on the faction which senator sanders and cell phone. He plans to represent it. Thirty five or forty percent of democrats That isn't happening in all were giving is the sanders. Warren caz you cortez view of things now. In the policy formulations of the administration the democratic leaders in the congress and and that's not where the public is so the wheels are going from office. No ready are in for directions. But in the meantime everyone's trying to make the leap fairyland here where where. The united states is suddenly become a woke or racially obsessed self eating a bunch of deliberately. Unemployed overcompensated idlers and slackers. This is not american. It's not gonna last. And if if that transition occurs to kamala harris for whatever reason due to the woke esters are they strengthened to that point which faction comes out on top. Look i think that whatever may be said. Joe biden and i personally never forgiven. Did my late train. four but He he he. He served fifty years of maashouq and he was chairman of an important committee. And i think he was rather popular. And he is rather popular personally. including republicans who know and and he is in his way somewhat substantial figure and a camel harris. Nineteen is a complete opportunist. I've never seen her or heard her say anything any circumstances but struck me as were mostly intelligent. She must be somebody intelligent. But i'd never seen any of that and the performance of the last five years has five. Months has done nothing to gain. Say that measure of the current vice president. We're talking to the author of a matter of principle as well as president like no other donald j trump restoring of america. Lord conrad black. I'm sebastian gorka. This is america fast omega alleged a legal immigrant dr sebastian gorka. Do you work for a small business to you own. 'small business you fed up with biden's war on small business in america whether it is his fake two trillion dollar infrastructure plan or. He's fifteen dollars. Minimum wage will do something about it. The great folks at the job creators network are looking for good men and women to join this small business advocacy and advises program. Now train you the help you place your head's in local papers and get on local. Tv they just need fighters who are prepared to push back join today. The job is network team by going to join j. c. n. dot com today they need advocates because america needs advocates. That's joining j. c. n. dot com now. What do we think is watching. Do we think zaky's watching a sack. It's so funny that you have to watch this show but it's even funnier when he got to see back. And here's the video is slater or salon. I can never remember because it's kind of irrelevant. A sad failed non-journalist looking like eight prepubescent high school. Who is camping out. The biggest conservative convocation. Trying to get gotcha interviews but the blaze had a different idea. Video cuts twelve. This is one of the interception of little zaki petrizzo by counts. What do you think about the be. All rights. Two thousand twenty who you are. I'm sorry that's fine question. Didn't you have a response to this year's long ryan have nothing to say. Von doesn't care about any of that care about the burned tyres ears. Hear the fact miracles who you guys. I wish i to. What's wrong with his voice. I said a medical conditions. I don't know hung. I just think he doesn't even know who these people are. Pets really good. Did you rehearse status. That of course. Not i'm a professional. I didn't know you went to Impersonation school army and praised. I'm doing radio. But i can't do that this. There's more to cut thirteen. I don't know who you guys are. Isn't that the question can you not answer. Questions zachary literally. You're just you work for salon. We're asking salon reporter in question. What do you think about the two thousand twenty violent upright in the capitol building on january. Was he putting that on. I mean i come back tone. I i can't even do you. How does he is that natural side. Please write this up. Please write this bit of my show up. Because i won the will to. Hey boys. that's too funny. He really amusing but not in a good way. Something that's amusing in a great way is. Did you see my old boss. I'm allowed to say this. I say my former boss. My boss went to the u. f. c. much the reception from the audience. Not only that did you see said is is that mel gibson and some yes. It is about gibson. He saluted the forty fifth president united states. And he wasn't. Did you see melle. Mel wasn't even in the good seats. Here's like twelve. Rose back in the midst of the crowd saw. The president ought by saluted him. Respect is due and then some actress meghan fox was on the jimmy kimmel show and i'm not sure little. Jimmy was expecting this response from that while. Honeywood starlet megan fox because she said something quite nice about president. Trump got nine. I was in a row with beaver and trump was also in my row. Oh and yeah. And i've never seen secret service in person before. We have a thirty secret service with him and he was a legend. That arena was very supportive of of trump when he came in and It was just. I was like i don't know how i feel about it because if someone is a target then i'm like i couldn't be harmed because i'm jay sense to where he is so i was worried about my own safety. That's all i was. I was i was carrying about but yeah that was that. I've never seen anything like that before but it was crazy. We'll of course immediately went to my safe. But she did actually say he's a legend. He wasn't fame phrase. He's an american phrase deseo legend. I love that. Megan fox on kimmel calling president trump alleged. I'm pretty sure she won't get invited back. That's go to your calls. Next hail on america first eight three three three three gorka. That's eight hundred. Three three three four six seven. Five two coming to you. Live from the relief factor dot com studios ruled on schwab snowflake yet attack was no better than not of our clumsy child. Is he talking about sacchi closing child. Nicely down there. Nicely that i see way. Did they said if you enjoy this show as much as we enjoyed this show. Please continue to make it possible. My supporting our loyal sponsors like mike. Lindell the inventor of my pillow. The that navigates hot never loses shape over fifty one million sold that that good. Yes and now. Mike has more than a hundred incredible products pajamas. Pillows mattress toppers towels. Always stays off and the newest sheepskin slippers. Yes just check him out. Mypillow dot com. Use my promo code. Gio aka for up to fifty no sixty six percent off. That's mypillow dot com promo code gorka or call eight hundred eight nine eight four six eight. That's eight hundred eight to nine eight four six eight promo code golca. Very interesting question. I always like to check social media whilst we are off the air in the brakes always on by the way with around bold. Charlie cook us this question who is bankrolling the texas democrats private jet to dc. I wonder that's a very good question who is funding. It go to your calls fail from philly line to. It's been too long. Welcome back phil thank you thank you. Just sit question about how the press relentlessly kept asking about the nounce white supremacy every week. That's all you heard. The announced announced now. I was wondering if maybe our press people can start on the The the the thing about are you trying to destroy america. Do you want to destroy america. Was this action that you just did. Was that an attempt to destroy america. Dr jim they say no they lose to left. They say yes. They lose their job. People can see who they actually are are large. But who's gonna ask the question. Phil what you gotta have a pair of brass ones. When you're in that in those oppressors can. Does the president want to destroy america. So they'll squad s to squad good. That's so good. Fill because you've put your doctor j. paint am i sally bats or what you paint them into a corner right phil laguna. It's genial america their true colors and somebody should ask bernie sanders. At the at the kremlin gave you the exact same job. Exact same day with the exact same healthy exact same cars. Would you go to russia. That's good to see you know the answer. wait waiting. I'd like to hear it from hen. Yes it's time to step up to the plate play hardball and force them to either deny it. And then they lose the crazies or to admit it and then everybody knows who they are going to do. Fill the just of waffle. we're gonna about the just gonna walk. Hey dr g. What about putting a bill in front of the Passer representatives the pledge of allegiance billboard. Those people in that congress have to say the pledge of allegiance every day. And if you don't you're dismissed from your from your From your committee. You're on fire. Phil got into you. Tell president trump's they cut him on youtube. I couldn't even watch his his campaign thing. I was so upset. I mean they he. I can't wait till his class action while she goes through when he rams rams one right on how like you fill out there in philly a lot. More than you'd think a lot more than you think. I mean this is a democrat controlled. Temperature is a lot more than you're thinking a lot. More people are leaning to to realize what's happening. I told a bunch of my friends out. On the street. I said they. Oh yeah trump. No trump no trump no trump. I said really. I guess what putin said putin said. He's cutting hooper h. Up hub and and go pup. They said this war. We're going to go to war now that that's what they really care about. Phil stay on the line. I dunno feels good all of our books. If he hasn't he should ask him mr gecas. He deserves if you want. Copies signed copies of my books. Check out on you. Still said goal custodes dot com your america first gear wear it with pride. Checkout signed books as well whether it's defeating jihad. Why we find the wolf. America's sell that's seb gorka store dot com s. b. g. o. k. Said go custodio. Come nicely downfield. That's gotta tennessee. john. Line one dr gorka. Thank you for taking my call. It is great talk again very well. I i used to call you from the people's republic of maryland. Tennessee out john. You're have escaped by. I slipped away from my my master's myself a huge pay raise by getting out of that state. Tell us what was the final stroll. What made you leave maryland Basically the the political environment that turning completely anti law enforcement where they started the cater black lives matter movement and you know doing anything possible To make the jobs of law enforcement harder. I retired from there last year and one of the things the legislature did recently up. There was to take away officers. Bill of rights right which was our basic protection for police officers and the that just handwriting on the wall that they're not interested in law abiding citizens are more interested in in the criminal element so they choose. How did you out of all the possible other states. Why did you choose tennessee. A it's a state that still has three seasons and it also has a superb superb tax environment. Yes they they don't tax pension and they don't have a state income tax when i go ahead and do another job and that's not just make means more money in my pocket in the long run that. What are you finding talking politics with your new neighbours. What are you finding in tennessee conservatives conservatives and that actually is the first neighbor i met. Yeah he was kind of tentatively asking me and i you know he was. He was very relieved to find out that another conservative. I do the next door to them. What about your family's re accent maryland. Tennessee that's a big shift. it's i i consider. Just it's basically a like a two-thirds of day drive to get back and forth big shift. Oh yes it is definitely a big shift in. My family supported the mood. They said we're going to miss you. But we understand your reasons for it and who knows. Maybe we'll come join. You could be like the test case you evaluate at least now. We know when. It's john from tennessee who it is. Thank you for the update but we have to save every single state. And that's why we opened the show with larry elder's amazing news from last night that he's running for the governorship of california 'cause that wit system when you recall the governor and shoes the next governor on the same voting slip. Let's support that man. The great sage from south central. Thank you john. Sharon don't go anywhere. I'm sebastian gorka. 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Have a plan like i do. Let's go back to the city of brotherly love. Sharon welcome to america first. Good here today. Mr mike winds likewise yes Well i heard. I just heard phil on from philly. You know i agree. I mean i lived in philly for about forty years. Because i don't know i was an air force brat you know and then i went in here. I met my husband. That's how i ended up here in philly. What did you do. What did you do in the air force. I was an aircraft mechanic tool. So you can guy right. I'm sorry what you can macgyver anything. You can fix anything pretty much. Yes yes exactly. Or i if i can't call somebody who pin that was my job but so the only people like you. What do you agree with. The philadelphia has more patriots than we think. I do not know at all of my friends in philly. I don't know a single person that did not vote for trump in this past election. And you've got a lot of formats. Yeah well i mean you know yeah not is zone of rated. I got a couple of really good ones. So what's the issue is that fraud. Is it stealing elections or is it people who are just afraid to say what they believe in. I think now it's the fraud like actually like i. A couple of friends of mine went down january. Six and with this whole insurrection thing. I've ever heard that we never heard anything like that. It was like what happened to your friends. They get harassed by the fbi. Now no i mean. I don't know maybe we were too far away. We weren't we were not near the capital I don't really know where we were but we were there and we've gotten a room for the night and like you know we'll see a couple of cop cars go. We don't think anything of it. We can tell what is going on. You know then. We found out a lot of things left on arm said about that today. If you want to get more analysis we got something super exciting for you at the end of today's show we're going to transition straight into a hour. 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America First with Sebastian Gorka 7-14-21 Hour 2

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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America First with Sebastian Gorka 7-14-21 Hour 2

"Is podcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this from courageous voices of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com. If you like america first then check out our separate podcast. The battle for sixteen hundred with my former white house. Colleague boris epstein. Every week we give you the inside. In-depth analysis of what's really going on the battle for sixteen hundred subscribe today. You're listening to america. First with sebastian. Gorka former strategist a president. Donald j trump stand on the establishment. Gop i think it's one of the biggest problems we face in america today. And that's why. I'm so excited. The now author download. We will be talking to jenna. Alice former attorney to the president of the united states who has said that she is no longer a republican. Why because of the lies of the republican party. That otter ineptitude is it ineptitude or is it a conscious decision not to have taken the requisite actions last year to prevent the massive voter fraud that we see finally being uncovered across the nation and because since november they have lied through teeth including the chat person of the rnc. Romney mcdaniel and one of genesis colleagues colleague of mine and a friend on the election integrity alliance former commissioner for the new york. Police bernie kerik. Well he's being very outspoken about the chairperson and the state of the gop and the last election. And if you missed it. He is video. Cuts seven commissioner. Kerik what do you think about that. Do you think that's accurate. That they fought very hard for president. Trump. she's a liar. She's a liar. Okay that's what i think about it. I saw the email. I saw the email when it came over. Jenner ellis's component. I saw i read it before. We handed it to the mayor. I got to sit. Don't tell me it didn't happen. I thought i was there when the mayor got him on the phone. The mayor called him. He did not answer e called the mayor back in when he did. The mayor told them he should resign or be fired. The mayor then talked to run and mcdaniels told her what happened. We sent her the email. She said he would be five by morning and then he basically disappeared for a few months only to be seen again online as the job as the chief councillor general counsel for the rnc day should both be fired. She's lying she likes. She's lying to the president now. She's lying to the country now but more importantly john they were completely backstabbing. The president completely backstabbing president. They weren't doing a damn thing to get to the bottom of the election results. And i think it's outrageous. God bless bernie kerik. He's talking about jason reema who off to the election as magical yanni. As general mattis is our good friends. Jody jennifer victoria dancing with fighting to get to the bottom of what had happened. In those full battleground states where the voting mysteriously stopped when the president was ahead and once restarted that wanted was magically reversed and that rnc lawyer in an email to run mcdaniel said that rudy giuliani and jenner is under mining. The gop by trying to get to the truth and worse than that you can see them because janice posted them and this is why she's left the gop yesterday. He said it's better when quote our guy loses because we make more money. We get more donations. When those emails was shown to juliani he immediately contacted the rmc and was told by chap person rona. Romney mcdaniel that. Jason reema who said those things as lawyer to the rnc would be instantly fired. She lied he just disappeared for a few months. And now he's back is chief counsel to the republican party and now ronin mcdaniel is denying. She ever did that that she ever promised. That will tough luck. Rona rumney mcdaniel because we have the emails jenness posted them. I always had a bad feeling about that woman. But to actually have the evidence of this moral turpitude publicly to lie to the american people to act quickly to assist in the subversion not only of american election integrity but in the future the second administration of donald john trump is president. Is there more grievous sin. You could politically commit as champion of the party. Whose president shares. The same are off after his name. She continues to deny it and that is why she has to go. I'm come to the conclusion that while the left is the left and we understand it. If you know your history you understand. What the green you deal. Is you understand socialism with a green cloak. You you understand. That biden is just as racist as he was when he tried to block plants. Thomas a black man becoming an associate justice in the supreme supreme court aziz. Today he still the same man. He's a bigot. When you see a party that is on the one hand promoting critical race theory when it's on the other hand denying it even exists. It's doing so why. Because it is the party of rape cysts. There was no southern strategy. That is gas lighting. There wasn't a magical flip political parties. Don't flip okay doesn't happen not in american or anywhere. The democrat party was and is the home of institutionalized bigotry and racism. Who is has been. The ku klux klan was created by republicans and created by people who love america in a patriotic sense of that word. No it's crazy by democrats who looked down on their fellow man and so people who were black skinned as chattel as property abraham lincoln. I mean just the insanity the bath face cheek of it when you see democrats in the mainstream media trying to come in the same sentence. Barrack obama to abraham lincoln. Do you understand what. Potty abraham lincoln was from. Do you understand. He was the first the first republican president. The great emancipator wasn't a democrat. He was a republican. So we understand when biden says. I don't want my kids growing up in a racial jungle ewing black. If you're not voting for me we understand. That's democrat g. dna. That's the gene pool. It's no surprise imminent threat. They pose to all our freedoms and have done since the beginning but right now in order to get ourselves back to where we should be. That righteous position is the greatest nation. On god's earth founded by christians on christian values. It's the husk of the republican party. That is the greatest obstacle fake conservatives liars like ronin mcdaniel rhinos like her uncle mitt romney those individuals who just money and power than fame fancy cocktail parties with the quote unquote. He leads. that's all they care about. Gop's raise two hundred million dollars since the election root out the fraud. Where did that money go. Because i don't rudy. Giuliani didn't get it. Jenner ellison get it who spent it wrote up. Where is it. Route is being attacked and having his law license suspended. Where is it did it by you in you home little dodger somewhere. It's time to fix the gop root and branch but guess what more than fifty percent of the gop local positions are unfilled. So you want change. Like i do step up to the pike changed the potty yourself. Then we'll be good sebastian. Gorka is america fast. You're listening to the salem radio network. Relief factor pain relief. That works pain relief. That's real just listen to deborah from massachusetts. I just started taking relief factor for days ago. My hip pain is gone. I had a horrible time sleeping because of the pain. I absolutely love how i am feeling. Thank you relieffactor. What an incredible story that could be. That should be you find out today. Order the three week quick start pack at relieffactor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four. 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When somebody says that i call him a guerrilla filmmaker and he's got a doozy of a new film. He's army horowitz army. Welcome back to america first. Pleasure you handsome devil. Ooh i like that. I like that a lot. You just tell me in the break that the last time you were here. I think it was in studio. You're actually in the midst of working on your latest guerrilla movie and now it's finished. It's out there. You can watch it on his youtube channel army. What's it called and what's it about. It's called inside. Black lives matter and it self explanatory. I spent basically most of an entire year in twenty twenty filming this short documentary and it was me going to every major riot across the country. I probably went to twelve or thirteen. Riots i went to maybe fifteen or twenty major protests and we interviewed one of the founders of black lives matter molina abdullah in los angeles. One of the original organizers the organization. So we really get heart of what. Blm is you know if the the the thing about my videos general is. That's one thing for us to say what somebody or some organisation or some theology is. It's different when they tell you this and everything we've been saying people say you were speaking hyperbole. they're not marxist. They don't hate america. I feel really they tell me all of these things. So that's why. I think the video so important is because you hear it in their own words. It cannot be disputed this is why what you do is so essential because nobody nobody in the mainstream media is gonna do this. But y'all gonna do it. You're going to the belly of the base with your camera and you're going to get it from the horse's mouth. Let's listen to one of them. You went to chop you went and talked to or tournaments disrict and one of the blm leaders that called j didn't grayson just to find out what they want. Cut twelve play cupped jaden grayson was the seattle organizer of chop one of the largest protests in the country at the criminal justice system. The courts all of that needs to be taken away absolutely without question. Should we abolish the prison system. Yes we should get rid of it as we know it today. Yes she doesn't seem confused the army. There's no kind of nervousness when you ask a very simple question. Get rid of the prisons rid of the court. She says yes. Actually annoyed that i actually i asked her. I asked her again. I should get rid of it. She looked at me. Like yes. this here. Why said the first time said no. No i heard you. I heard you by the way this is not some radical. Blm person off the reservation. This is mainstream thinking within the blm leadership within the organization again. People don't understand the radicalism of your organization you know every and chops are great example. Every single time. I went to one of these places i was either shadowed by by black lives matter person or i was attacked visit. Well this is what i wanted to ask you. This is the very next question to ask. Because we think of what's happened to and know the assaults the lack of any kind of action and protection from the police. You going into these very dangerous places. How do you do that cocktails. That's the answer. The only way to do it doesn't make. Why would anybody want to do that. Doesn't make any sense. Yeah look you know. I mean how do you even get to take the interviews to do the intervals without without revealing too much. I obviously don't approach them. An army. horowitz. Ju- extraordinaire a handsome devil. That's right i haven't known bigger I played a universe around his digger which keeps me safe anonymous but once in a while. Fake news fake news exactly. They love that they love the fake news. But once in a while. I went to paul and i got recognized and they started attacking me stories shards of glass at me. I mean it was. It was one. There's nothing more depressing. Nothing more depressing than than going and add to these to these these riot watching american cities burn. But you know you mentioned the mainstream media. And i think this is a very important point. I can't tell you how many times i would see an watch. Cnn msnbc abc and their cameras were down when the looting and the rioting was happening in front of us and then with a con responded their cameras will go up. I wash their hang on. Hang on they. They physically deciding to pre edit reality absolutely in fact one one one one moment stands out more than the rest. There's a lot of moments. But i was interviewing a woman. And she's telling me i wanna kill cops. I wanna kill white people when she was going on in this vicious red and standing next to me with a member of the media listening the entire conversation i was. I was thinking to myself. Wow he's i'm sitting up something that he would not have realized gotten to on his own and when i stepped away he began to interviewer here. Follow up on a single thing. She said he started asking questions. About how does it feel with the verdict. What's going on in. Your mind was astonishing. I could not believe how he heard. Radicalism the viciousness. That was coming out of her mouth. It was really truly incredible. Have have you have a challenge that he ever asked the fake news when they're doing that what they're doing short just status poo poo pooing and it's not true. It's not what we're doing. We're trying to show the reality. We're not putting a spin on anything. No of course they make it up. But i think the important takeaway and there's there's a lot of takeaways but one of them particular is not a high about black lives matter organization. They're not hiding the ball. I didn't have to trick them. In order for them to spew their radicalism. I have to ask the right questions. So i ask them. Are you marxist. Are you against the free market. The free market racist. They never been asked that question so she looks said. Of course it is. of course. we're against the free market system of course for marxist. This wasn't something that was that had to pull from her. She she'd never been molina. Abdullah of the one of the founders. The organization has never been asked these questions when i asked him. Do you hate america. And their answer is yes. We hit everything about america. Talking one or two people talk about jordan people. I've met doing an incredible service. We're gonna continue to discuss inside. Black lives matter. The latest documentary from army horowitz. Here on i with me sebastian. Gorka they we'll get your calls. Peppy kathy. janet. Don't go anywhere making sense out of today's news. Here's dr sebastian. Gorka pay stunt that and the rose garden with the president goal for america to get back to the bible to faith into craft and they attacked him mercilessly. He's a very good friend of this show. His name is mike lindell. Please support a man. The left wishes to destroy go to mypillow dot com and get up to sixty six percent off. If you use my name the pillow that never gets hot. Never lose shape and another hundred products. Call eight hundred eight nine eight four six eight eight hundred eight nine eight four six eight mypillow dot com. But you've got to use the promo code g a we are back with guerrilla film extraordinary. Mommy horowitz whose last video. What's kinda record breaker. Why because of clips like this you have. Id carried ask. Yes i do you know anybody. Replay chris doesn't carry it. You know when. I know has well what they think we don't have. I think i would say that do you have. Id s. because. I had my and my friends have there so we know we need to carry around. Everybody know have i d like. That's one of the things you need to walk around with new york with. I you know any black adult who does not have a weird thing to even say that. Yes where's the from carissa. The only thing i brought with me because legit. id's. I heard a lot also that People can't figure out how to get to the dmv that was senior know is that where the the da's running one hundred fifth street and third avenue to get there. You have a problem getting there if you have to get there. It's only sound like silly question. You don't get the for where it is get there. They'll probably no-fly checking. How would he views that. Incredible video have army well over thirty million views. Have you showed it to democrat. Like one of the ones like kamala harris. Who says but they don't know how to use photocopiers yes of course and get the same okay. So so they're taking it back right at first and then they counter with well you asking people in new york city so yeah of course and i'm like do you really think a black person in north carolina or alabama doesn't have. I d do really really think that the the there so these people are dripping with with with condescension there so kind of sending to to to the people they're supposed to be looking after right ostensibly that's what their role to look after minorities and people who can't look after themselves. Which in itself is kind of sending but It it is it between. It's pretty so it's it's it's not condensation its conduct condescension. It's racism mommy. Yeah yeah all right. Let's let's get to your new movie. Everybody needs to see it. The truth about violeta inside black lives matter. This is another clip. and it's about. It's about the folding cut. Thirteen the only part of capitalism. The bill does in fact. Love is guilt capitalism. The american dream wasn't may for everybody forgot about one very important detail. Black-americans that's where corporations individuals donate massive amounts of money to the organization. Even though black lives matter demonize them and exist to put them out of business according to the economist between may twenty twenty and december twenty twenty donations to black lives matter related causes netted over ten billion dollars. A significant portion of that money is unaccounted for. And no one in the mainstream media is asking where that money went. I reached out to over a dozen corporations donated to black lives matter and not a single one would make someone available for us to speak to. Wow wow wow billions of dollars. We've got less than sixty seconds left. Everybody needs to watch the movie. Army horowitz on twitter. Horowitz dot com youtube channel. Is well tell us the one thing that surprised you the most in your year working on this project. Yeah i i would say the most surprising. The surprising part of was The fact that the protesters right not the writers that the people who are simply saying they suppose black lives matters and organization or the movement. Actually that when i asked him i asked hundreds of people this question hundreds and i got the same answer except for two two out of hundreds. They all said no. We understand along the riding. We support the ride. We justify the writing they wouldn't condemn the looting and the rioting and destruction of minority owned businesses around the country. That was the most shocking. Frankly the most depressing this incredible. Because it doesn't if your not the one looting if you support it then you'll making it possible. I just wanna see more than seventeen minutes. I wanna see the rest of the footage. But i'm watch that seventeen minutes tonight and you should to follow him. Army horowitz true journalist extraordinary next time. let's have you in studio. 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Who come into where i work often. And they went to me that they voted for trump. And i'm thinking that is so sad that i live in a society where you have to hide how you feel because it's just it is god bless you doing what you do what brought you to us sunny shores today kathy well in your earlier segment you had a gentleman that stated that You know the rnc has they have trump in the past for the way. They've handled this whole election. They didn't just that trump in the back stab me in the back and every other boater and every other thing. I sent the money and i used to get from them in the mail quite often surveys and requests for money and last few surveys. I've gotten from them. When i fill it out where it's The questionnaire if something to the effect of Do you still support the the republican national committee Stance on whatever it was and it was something that donald trump actually accomplish. So i would cross out the republican national committee and i would right trump in over and they quit sending me stuff good for you. I think we're getting to the point where we don't give the rnc a penny until they are reformed and we just fund individual candidates we trust and the president's own campaign. God bless you kathie for holding the line. Stay on the line. And i want kathy choose. Whichever one of my books she wants. It will central signed copy. Because she's in the belly of the beast and she's holding the line we love it just as much as pepe. Who's keeping america safe. Peppy from el paso. Welcome back worker. However in a star as i am great. And i'm happy to be back in studio. What made you pick up the phone today by. Pay well to dr gorka first of all. I just wanted to tell you that. the group that We kind of formed here. No paso is really looking forward to Get into books. And i would be remiss if i didn't you there regards. What what what did we promise. You remind me of your books did we. Did we send the sex of the books. Let me look his aric nodding in the back. I can say i'm eric to you. Not by the six bucks okay. Good we will make sure that they are stay on the line just in case we need to back up that address because we need to support that group of patriots that you've created. What's your second point peppy. Well that's the thing that that made me. Cole was in listening to this talk about developing legislation for climate change brown brown and black people and all of a sudden talking about You know the rnc. Cathy was so right. You know stabbing us in the back and then now Mr horwitz mike god. What a great job. That doesn't settle. You know what you're the thing is the time for benefit of the doubt is done. Yes it's time to. You know when when you get jumped by a rabid dog. You punch him in the snot. And i think that's time it's time that we start now. Republicans who are Sheeps in the clothing and it democrats who are just in our face now it times gloves off look look. The trouble is the following. You can punch the rabid dog in this snout but then you have to take a role so it's not enough to you. Know days the gop or to stop funding the pepe the missing of the puzzle. Is that everybody. Who's had enough fuel right. There's a point which you just have to act. Then they have to become politically active. It's not just not sending a check to the r. n. c. It's becoming a local volunteer. It's taking over the party. That's what we all have to pay. You're absolutely correct. And that's part of what we're trying to do here. You know those in you know taking your advice a few months ago. We're getting people involved locally. I because of my work. I i really can't do any of that stuff. But we're maneuvering into positions where we can make a difference and then so that when we actually punch the the dog in the now we actually have some bike to it so if the dog wants to fight back then you've got three others punching the snell to absolutely god bless you. We need cells like that of politically active individuals. Prepare to take the gop back across the nation. Stay on the line will make sure those books are on the way. I wanna double check. We've got your address. Stay on the line peppy. Don't go anywhere. Take that example. Kathy spreading the word pepe causing americans. And we can't do it to get the you can be part of the solution not part of the problem because if you're not doing anything and if you're only complaining sad to say my friends you're part of the problem but we here in america. I have the solution get engaged. Now is the time to save yourself some big money each month. 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I railed against Alejandro at the top of the show. I just read this on twitter. Thanks to charlie cook not only not only easier. A cuban emigrants. He arrived here as a refugee in the arms of his family on a boat aged one. What an utter disgrace. Not just to everything. We hold sacred. What a disgrace. He is to his family to his heritage telling cubans. Debt come here. don't you come to america. stay in communist cuba. Unlike me i got to come here. But what do you expect. This is the man who's boss. Manning bands the title of president. Today is a senile old man. Who's even laughed at his own audience. This joe biden yesterday talking about the gop. I think it was in philly cat. Three play cut partisan poll watches to intimidate voters in imperil an impartial toll workers. They want voters to dive further and be able to be in a position where they wonder who watching them and intimidate to wait longer to vote to drive a hell of a lot. Excuse me a long way to get to vote. They wanna make it so hard inconvenient that they hope people don't vote at all. That's what this is about. It's incredible he can see from the islands. If you're a seasoned watcher of of speeches like that he is actually using a teleprompter. He flips between the two screens with his line. He can't even read a teleprompter fats. Alejandro yorkers his boss the man we are supposed to believe not only got eighteen million votes but got more votes than the first black president of america an individual who cannot read. he's not stammering there. This isn't some childhood shoe. This is the two brain aneurysms and two brain surgeries. He's had this man who is not mentally competent but nobody made him run for the presidency. I love it how people talk about. How nice djilas really. Who you think made this senile. Old man run after forty seven years in politics. No mercy no pity for any of them especially that ought to disgrace reprehensible. Excuse for mind alejandro. My yorkies no cuban. 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Bidens Big Afghan Boondoggle

The Charlie Kirk Show

39:48 min | 2 months ago

Bidens Big Afghan Boondoggle

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Right now to learn more. Hey everybody welcome to the charlie kirk show. This is producer. Andrew call vet filling in for the one and only charlie kirk who is finishing up a. He's finished up. The lincoln fellowship as part of the claremont institute in las vegas nevada. He's having a great time there. He's going to be coming back on monday. So never fear charlie back soon in the meantime we haven't a tremendous amount of news to cover today so without further. Do let's play some sound. This is going to be from harris faulkner this morning. Summing up. what's going on in afghanistan. i think rather well. let's go ahead and play. Cut seventy seven. The entire nation of afghanistan under siege. The taliban now have crushed under their control city after city and now rapidly closing in on the capital. Kabul where our. Us embassy is the pentagon deploying thousands of troops and even more on standby in the middle east operation allies refuge. Get our people out of there. The new york post is holding. Nothing back they are calling this biden's saigon which is a stunning headline so absolutely stunning headline. This is for those of you. Who are listening. That are probably less than a certain age. The to our boomer friends you know exactly what this is and what. This means to millennials gen z. They probably don't know what this means. But saigon was obviously a horrendous moment in our foreign policy in vietnam when we had to evacuate americans by helicopter out of vietnam and it was sort of it became this image of a failed mission in vietnam and something that we never wanted to see happen again. Now we had twenty five hundred troops for since roughly the beginning of twenty twenty in side of afghanistan. Joe biden just put three thousand more troops to ensure the safety of the embassy personnel that were inside the embassy in an evacuation mission. So yes you heard that right. We just increased set more troops than we even had there to begin with just to ensure that american citizens would make it out alive. So let's go ahead and hear what secretary former secretary. Mike pompeo had to say he's ripping president biden over this panicked tactic in afghanistan. This is cut eighty when here straight from mike pompeo himself this was poor planning for leadership and The model of deterrence that the trump administration had in place as we prepared to bring the soldiers sailors marines. Everybody who's on the ground. Their home looks like they've not been able to execute this. The martha you know this big strategy depends on planning and execution looks like. There's a bit of panic. I hope that they've got the right number. Folks they can get there quickly. I hope that we can protect americans. In the way that the trump administration had every intention of doing as we drew down our forces there so remember biden took office in january with only twenty five hundred. Us troops in afghanistan so he is just increased troop levels in afghanistan of american troops. But this is what's really interesting so when you sort of dig into the way that pompeii oh in president trump dealt with the taliban. You gotta remember this. This is this is straight from pompeo. And i'm taking the new york. Post pompeo said trump made clear to taliban leaders that any harm to americans would come at a steep cost even warning a lead negotiator of consequences. Quote to your village so where. We've become so accustomed to this very soft language to washington. This very sort of we are citizens of the world. And we we're going to be nice to everybody and if you're going to be coming through our southern border that's okay. We're you know we're going to be humane only months ago. You've got to remember that pompeo and trump where having negotiations with taliban leaders saying if you touch a hair on the head of an american in afghanistan we will drop holy. Hell on you in your village you know. They say that our civilization is protected by strong men. That are willing to do strong things. We are watching the destabilization of a region that we spent trillions of dollars trying to maintain trillions of dollars and to watch it just fall off in the matter of weeks. Watch crumble into disarray. No matter weeks is an absolute national disgrace. And i've been communicating offline with some experts on this topic and were hearing already that the number foreign fighters inside the countries already high. Were hearing that ambassador colleagues. Ed did not hold the taliban to any conditions for peace. And we're hearing that. There's already taliban sleeper cells inside of kabul. So it's only a matter of time. That kabul false now already when we look at the breakdown of how the country is already controlled certain afghan district. The taliban already controls sixty percent of the country. There's about twenty five percent that's contested and only sixteen percent is in control of the by the afghan government that we've spent years and years trying to prop up but joe biden. Said this wasn't going to happen. This biden told us that there was that. The taliban overrunning everything in owning the whole country is highly unlikely. Cut eighty five. Let's let's play cut. Eighty-five of biden assuring us that this very thing was not going to happen. How serious was corruption among the afghanistan. Government to this mission fail in their first of all. The mission hasn't failed so the question now is. Where do they go from here that the jury is still out. But the likelihood there's going to be the taliban over running everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely highly unlikely. It's just incredible that this man who has who bhamas secretary of defense gates said got every single thing wrong when it came to foreign policy that the american voters quote unquote trusted him with our our national defense and it was robert gates. He said he did everything wrong. He wrote it in a book he was then asked about it later. Did do you still stand by this during the during the campaign and he said yeah i do. This man has been wrong about every single foreign policy decision through his tenure in the guy's been in washington for fifty years an absolute disgrace. What's happening there now. We had a message of deterrence pompeo and trump had a message of deterrence. And unfortunately that deterrence when you have a weak man in power falls away. This is war by weakness according to secretary pompeo and that is absolutely the case. What a disaster. What an absolute disaster the. Us national debt is expected to approach eighty nine trillion dollars by two thousand twenty nine real inflation rate is estimated to be upwards of ten percent. We are going backwards and soon enough. The one million dollars. You've tucked away for your retirement. Might not even last you a year because that is now growing faster than the economy and the administration in washington propose another six trillion dollars in spending. The situation isn't likely to improve anytime soon. Uncertainty is back or did it ever really leave a trust our friends at noble golden vestments. They can help you make the right play. Download a gold investment guide at noble goals investments dot com. This is from katie mcfarland. The truth is the at and this is in from fox. News truth is the afghan war was lost nineteen years ago when we switched from our original mission of destroying al qaeda to a new mission nation building a modern afghanistan. And i completely agree with this. Next line listen to this. Our leaders wanted to turn one of the most backward corrupt illiterate desolate tribal countries in the world into a democracy that would rebuff al-qaeda. Our military efforts were doomed from the start when we tried to create a sophisticated afghan military that relied on american forces air support and intelligence and then she goes on a. I think athlete to say that our original mission. This is a point. We've made on this show multiple times. Our original mission was really smart really limited and incredibly successful. We sent special ops into that country and within three months working alongside the tribal leaders we destroyed. Most of al-qaeda was a few hundred remaining fighters surrounded including osama bin laden. And they're huddled in caves in the mountains but instead of finishing him off we let them get away inexplicably. We've let them get away so here. We are trillions of dollars later and we have gone back to being soft and the question is. How's that working out for us. And i mentioned this clip before. Let's play secretary gates describing joe biden's foreign policy instincts play clip. I was rereading your memoir before we sat down to talk. And you sat in your memoir. I think he's been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades. Would he be ineffective commander in chief. I i don't know. I don't know i think i stand by that statement the breathing in the exile. In right in that moment you can almost see a thousand different lines of calculus playing out secretary gates mind saying do. I still want to be able to be welcomed in polite society in washington. Mind what i say right now. So he said. I don't know he took. He took the coward's way out frankly but his instincts were right. I could see from his body language. He wanted to quickly say no but at least he did say this. I stand by those statements that he's been wrong about nearly every single foreign policy decision in his life. Now i want you to crown. Trask that with what we had. Only a few months ago from. President trump cut eighty-seven god. I missed this man. Cut eighty-seven play president trump. Think pakistan's going to help us out to extricate ourselves. We're like policeman. We're not fighting. We wanted to fight a war in afghanistan and win. I could win that war in a week. I just don't want to kill ten million people. Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth. it would be. It would be over in literally in ten days. And i don't wanna do. I don't wanna go that route cut. Eight trump continues saying we're building gas stations in schools. That's not our job and was absolutely right. Cut idiot and we're not supposed to be a policeman we've been there. We've been there for nineteen years in afghanistan. It's ridiculous we've been in. They're not fighting to win. Just fighting to building gas stations. They're rebuilding schools the united states. We shouldn't be doing that for them to do. It's absolutely for them to do but they won't. Because it's a tribal illiterate backwards place that we should have never been trying to nation build. So here's here's how we we summit up okay folks. There was a plan in place and orderly plan. That did not result did not rely on trust with the taliban it said it was fear it was deterrence. It said if you touch hair on one of these americans heads we're gonna wipe you off the face of the earth. Don't come at us. We are much stronger than you and biden has done is. he took. this orderly planned. Did not have a timeline on purpose. You don't tell them when you're going to leave. And he said he put a date on it and then he panicked and now he's rushing and three thousand more troops to make sure that americans get out of the embassy in peace. This whole this whole country is falling apart. 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Because it's essentially how long larry elder would be in office if he got the governorship before having to run again reelection it would it would be. It would be like christmas morning for all of the conservatives here and guess what the the the prospects very real to our friends again in new york city you know. Goodbye cuomo audios you know. Don't let the door hit ya one down one to go new selena's next. We need them out of here. Larry elder as the only real chance. Now i hear You know by the way. I just wanna address one small detail here. This is not an anti kevin kiley sentiment. I personally follow kevin on twitter. I am a fan of his. He's a great great republican conservative. The problem is that he doesn't have the name. Id it's it's almost like he needs needs to be seasoned another few years people need to become aware of him. I think what needs to happen. Is you need to consolidate support around. One guy got eighteen months to end the lockdowns and the mandates and the craziness addressed the homeless population that is out of control in the state of california. So this is just to be clear. Not anti kevin kiley. This is pro. Who can win and our friend. larry elder. Who is part of the salem radio network is is a is a is a great friend And we are hopeful that he has what it takes to get over the finish line. And just so. You're aware the emergence of tweets from joe biden. That just happened signaling. They're sending their support to gavin. Newsom as i said speaker pelosi also coming out in support of gavin. Newsom shows that they are nervous. That shows that they've looked at the numbers themselves and that there's a real a real chance that this could happen. I want to get onto something that has caught my attention and we've been talking a lot about behind the scenes but that is basically about the demographic change that's happening so the census data has come out and it shows that yes indeed. America is less white. So this is from reuters new. Us census data released on thursday show. The white population declined for the first time in history last decade with significant increases among people who identify as multiracial hispanic and asian driving much of the population growth between two thousand ten and two thousand and twenty non hispanic whites in america have shrunk by eight point six percent over the last decade alone and now account for only fifty seven point eight percent of the us population the lowest share ever. Now this this is where it starts. Kind of getting infuriating. This is jennifer rubin for the washington post. She in a tweet hails. She says more diverse more inclusive society. This is fabulous news now. We need to prevent minority white rule. Like what so when. I when we talk about on the show that we are. This is the south africa's -ation of america. This is what we're talking about. Idiots like jennifer rubin at the washington post saying oh this is great. You know more people of color but we have to avoid minority white rule. Now i wanted to take you back down the memory hole here a little bit in july thirty twenty. Nineteen max boot. Another washington post idiot decades from now. When the country is majority minority that trump will be seen as a last-gasp of white resistance reprehensible episode that will be recounted alongside the mccarthy era and the internment japanese americans in the palmer rates. Good lord have you ever heard of hyperbole max boot and then again jennifer. Rubin exclaims yes. If only we could keep hardworking. Latin american newcomers into port contemptible republican cowards. That would truly enhance america's greatness. This is sixth stuff folks now we have talked about. I've personally talked about it. When i've been filling in for charlie on the show that there is a temptation among democrats tasted. It's a total tactic when they basically say you. Guys are a replacement theorin you. This is the racist okay and then when you actually call it out and you said no you guys are absolutely four ethnic replacement of. Here's the thing. I just did a whole segment last week. On how the hispanic vote is going to save our bacon in california because they turned on the democrats and gavin newsom. The only demographic as a race that is four. The removal of gavin newsom. And guess what hispanics outnumber whites according to the last census in california the first state where that is true. It's almost true in texas by the way so you've got over thirty. Nine percent of the state of california voters probably voters. Most of them are voters. Now there's a little bit of of controversy around whether that percentage is all legal or not. That was a whole story. There and trump tried to make it so that you had to check the box or you would actual citizens anyways that got overrule the point that we're making here though. Is that hispanics might come back to bite democrats in the you know what because they are more conservative than the democrats understand. Yes when they first get here they may or may not be liberal that probably are eighty twenty liberal to be honest but after generation or two. We're seeing this trend throughout florida and texas and now we're finally starting to see that trend in california take place in the recall gavin newsom. So i don't even care about the stock. You come from european stock or whatever and i'm going to use them using that word on purpose because joe biden used it in two thousand seventeen without further. Do let's play. Cut seventy five. This joe biden in two thousand seventeen talking about. Yeah you know what. You're those of us. Have european stock will be absolute minority in the united states of america. And that's gonna be a good thing. Cut seventy five. Not only our muslim communities but african communities asian community suspend communities and and the wave still continues. It's not gonna stop nor should we want it to stop. As a matter of fact it's one of the things. I think we can be most proud of for the first time in two thousand seventeen will be an absolute minority in the united states for america. Absolute minority fewer than fifty percent of the people in america. From then on will be white european stock. That's not a bad thing. So he is numbers. Were off a little bit america american. It's still basically fifty eight percent white and it's twenty twenty one so as like august. Thanks joe biden was wrong on that as well. So i think he actually said this in two thousand fifteen and ironically. He's sitting next to somebody who is in the news and that's my orcas before he was secretary my orcas but he's in the news in its connected to this story so before i get to this this some leaked audio. Marcus plan just a second. Basically admitting that he's we almost lost the southern border of the united states just striking. It's just a striking thing to say. So july border encounters were up twelve point five percent from june which was already extremely high which was a twenty year mark record so we had two hundred twelve thousand border encounters in june july. And again this is border encounters. That doesn't even count. That doesn't even count the getaways. So we've this invasion of our southern border because biden democrats have intentionally signaled to the to all of those country south of our border and around the world by the way there's hundreds of countries represented in these apprehensions. The border that listen. We're open for business. come on in. We'll just fly on a plane in the data night anywhere you wanna go. Further accelerating this demographic shift and again folks. I have no problem with any race of people. I have no problem with illegal immigrant. That has come into our country now. Do i think that the number should be lower than they are absolutely. I've i've been out front saying that on this show many times. I think we should be. you know. basically we've taken and so many millions of people over the last couple of decades. Let's forty years. That i think america needs time to digest a very large meal. We need to chance for this for our culture to sort of assimilate everybody properly and to gain unity. That has also obviously been lost in the last number of decades. That's my biggest issue is. I don't like crowding. That's another issue. And i don't like when our culture is getting attacked from within by people that don't understand our culture but yet have legal claim to be here. I don't think that's a good situation for us now. The demographic shift this is what they're hailing now. A lot of people are saying that these numbers show that. There's an uptick in the cities. Now there's they're saying that the all this population growth there saying it's the lowest since the nineteen thirties into the depression. But folks i did that. The hard numbers. We're now at three hundred thirty. Three million people three hundred thirty three million people in america. You go back to like nineteen sixty. There's only one hundred eighty six million but the delta was twenty three million change between then and nineteen seventy twenty million change between nineteen seventy in one thousand nine hundred twenty two point six million so basically twenty three million between nineteen eighty and nineteen ninety. And then you know so. So what they're talking here is. They're saying the slowest rate of growth. It's because we have more people were still having. The total number has stayed constant roughly. We just had another twenty three point nine million increase between two thousand and ten thousand twenty. So we're still gaining over twenty million people every decade. it's just we have more people. So the percentage of that number is lower. So don't don't believe this and the other thing that they're they're saying is that all these people have gone into the city's well that trend was probably true for most of the last decade but cova and blm has turned that that whole trend around folks. People have been moving out of the cities into the suburbs which by the way a good trend for conservatives so while maybe the entire trend of the last decade was towards the cities we saw that. Turn around on a dime. Starting in may of twenty twenty with george floyd in the rights of people. Ask me charlie. How do you know so much about american history. The answer is not from school as many of you know. I did not go to formal college. 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There was a significant increase politico in the number of americans who identified as multiracial. Thirty three point. Eight million americans up from nine million in twenty ten with at least some of the change attributed to how the census bureau ask questions on race. Now i can tell you living in california. There's a lot of people walking around that you might just assume would be white and then ask them and it's like oh well no you're part persian or your your Hispanic i see. It's funny because that becomes a distinction a difference without a distinction basically a distinction without a difference. But that's one one sort of area that i would just say. Hey you know. Take a look there. I'm not so sure the other thing that i want to highlight. Is this idea of the fact that according to the census the city is becoming more diverse. More city centered and slightly older. Although not too much. So this is what they're basically saying. Is that this. Demographic change bodes well for the democrats however and even the democrats are saying this. They noting caution and they should. And here's why because conservatives still control the redistricting process in key battleground states okay and so what's happening as this increase of of the latin popular has been public is actually going to give greater numbers to conservative controlled states in the sunbelt. Now that might be a temporary hold on power if those voting trends. Don't come back to the conservative party. But this is what i'm trying to say is that we are watching in real time. Hispanics flocking the conservative movement. Which is the other piece of. This story leaked audio. I want you to. I want you to hear this for yourself. This was leaked to fox news Bill malaysian so Credit where it's due. The leapt audio is stunning. Folks basically admits it's an admission of the fact that our southern border is unsustainable. Cut a this. 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Mandate MadnessA Special Frontlines Episode

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Mandate MadnessA Special Frontlines Episode

"Carl right everybody. Welcome to the charlie. Cook this producer. Andrew andrew cova filling in for charlie as he's away at the claremont institute doing the lincoln fellowship were proud of him. He's going to be learning. Lots of new things bringing it back to the show. In the meantime we have mandate mania. And we're talking to people on the front lines that are experiencing this struggle up close and personal like so many of you who email us all the time. We're talking to them getting their stories and finding out what it's like to be them. One is organizing a rally tonight. So if you're listening to this on. August twelve tonight be there join her in eastern washington. She's got the details right here. Fighting back against the tyrant. Jay inslee the governor of washington and all the mandates all the school craziness. That's coming out of olympia. The other is a nurse. In phoenix that is anti vaccine mandate anti mask mandates and she is getting bullied in co worst behind the scenes from her employer. Warning her demanding that she shut up or else. You're not gonna wanna miss this frontline's episode. They call it. The mandate mania this collective psychosis were all living through. This is a grassroots episode. If ever there was one don't go anywhere. Buckle up here we go. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus. Won't you to know to have charlie charlie running the white house spokesman. I wanna thank joe. He's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning-point. Usa we will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom campuses across the country. That's why we are here. If you choose to believe google then all you need to do surf. 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You can get an extra three months free on a one year package that's expressed eps dot com slash. Charley right now to learn more we should be on with emma. Bartels in sherry bartels. Well hello welcome to the charlie kirk. Show just wanna say share. You are an inspiration appearance all across the country because you are getting involved with your child in a very hatless hands on way. You are helping with emma emma. By the way. I've been talking to taxi with. I have two young children. I want my kids to grow up and be like your daughter. frankly really inspiring stuff What you tell our audience what you guys are doing in washington state to stand up against some of these crazy. Crt this mask mandates etc. It's happening with our schools. Okay while i actually put my kids out of the local school district read home schooled for years. And i put him in a couple years ago and then when everything on with cohen went down. I pulled him back out. We live in a very small town of extremely rural area of eastern washington. We are surrounded by a lot of bees schools so we have a lot of towns around us. Our town is about two hundred and eighty people. We serve Three areas in in our combined school of liberty school district and we serve About four hundred kids. Maybe four hundred fifty kids k. Through twelve so extremely small school districts. We're one of the larger ones in this rural area. And you know everybody was what we're doing nationwide going to school boards in asking her school boards to stand up for us asking why they don't just say no. We got the same answer and it was frustrating for parents. They kept saying we can't our hands are tied. They'll pull our federal funding or pull our certification. We can't do anything so we went to a couple of those and we weren't getting anywhere with the board of directors ironically eight. I believe that the board of directors they send this out loud personally on a personal level. I think across this area of the state. They all agree with us. That the masks are ridiculous. That crt is over the top that the sex ed training awful a bit. So i believe that we are like minded with our board. I think we are like minded with our new superintendent however they have their hands tied by jane's ladies emergency orders act so they can't do anything and so that was really frustrating task. We started Just visiting on what. We can do what we can do. Well when you have fifty people show up to a board meeting. There's not. You're not gonna make a debt so we started contacting other people. I have a cousin down in colefax and she was in on a group. There was about one hundred down there which is a little south of us and they have about eighteen hundred people in the town so little bit of a bigger town. They had about eight hundred people at their board meeting so then we got to thinking what if he merged are group's a keep in mind. This is all within the last ten days ten days. We've done this. And so then we started contacting people gar pal. Which has i think maybe fourteen kids graduating lacrosse washington which has four kids graduating the town of three hundred. We have rudin washington which may be has twenty five thirty kids graduating so really small towns and we decided to bring are groups together and see if we could make a debt because the one thing that we do know is that alone. We can't really do anything but there is power in numbers. I just wanna clarify one one point here. You're basically saying that you're not able to really fight back at the school board level. Because it's going to jay inslee in olympia. The governor is basically holding over funds for your local school districts. Even if your local school boards agree with you so you you're basically trying to figure out. How do we crack the code. Then how do we. How do we break through this impasse because holding funding over our school districts heads. They're not just building funding of our school districts they are directly in a letter reykdal Who is the key. Ics -partment. They have said we will. If you do not force the mass mandate if you do not comply with all of our rules. Set up in the kobe response or kobe reopening. Or whatever you wanna call it. We will not only withhold funding. We could potentially shut you down. We will hit you with fines. We will Take way certification from teachers in superintendents. Our school board. In our superintendents nar administration has been instructed not to come tonight that they could lose their certification. They could lose funding. And i when asked why that was. They were instructed by the. The ruined is my summation. I have nothing to back this up on the probably chris. Reykdal contacted the. Espn contacted our superintendent instructed. Him up that so they're not coming. They sent an email this morning. That said were of the of the rally for tonight at the football field. This is in no way associated with the school district. This is not a school sponsored. They are absolutely trying to remove themselves from any anything about it. it's frustrating. I know i know these people on a personal level. They're good people. They think like us and they are not able to stand up for what they believe in free speech is. They have kids in these schools. They're not able to attend well. And so what. I just want to break this down for our audience a little bit. What we're seeing here. What you're explaining to us is we're we're seeing this play out on the national level in states like florida in states like texas where you do have republicans in power at the will and they are basically seeing local municipalities fightback against statewide. You know anti mask mandates statewide anti passport mandates so you have local municipalities like austin and houston san and antonio dallas or west palm beach or broward county in florida pushing. Back against the governor's that are basically saying we want freedom of choice for our students and their parents that they get to make their own decisions. So you sort of have the inverse of that where you guys are saying at a local level we are pushing back against these radical mandates from olympia and jay inslee. And you're not able to really you don't have a big voice yet and you're not getting front page coverage on the news so you guys are organizing a rally tonight and a you have a big hand to play in that in my right i mean you have been involved with turning point. Usa before in the past. Tell us what you're doing on the grass roots with young people getting families involved. I mean you're expecting a couple hundred people maybe up to five hundred people tonight. Yeah we are so we just really trying to connect people to realize you know you're not allowed lacrosse or kids graduating they. I feel like just connecting all these little towns because one town by itself isn't enough to get it any sort of attention to make a change but when we come together in basically all eastern washington when we connect these people in this facebook group you just kinda realize while you're not alone in this isn't working for anybody on this side of the state probably not even the other side of the state and so we're trying to connect people. I've been in contact with tino Members are that through prager. You just trying to get people together to see you know. This isn't working. We have a Ag teacher at our school and he is just really been an awesome later in this. He's been really break. He is a teacher he has to go to the school. The big part community and he's been online saying no enough is enough. They can take my teaching certificate. Because i'm going to stand up for what is right. I'm not just going to be another one that gets pushed over because at some point if nobody stand up everybody's gonna get pushed over and it's gonna be you know really bad so if somebody at some point needs to stand up and he's been really that good for him. I do want to give you guys an opportunity i want. I want this event for you tonight to be huge turning point. Usa i know is getting behind this. I know you mentioned our friends over prager force. Tell everybody listening how they can get involved in this event ladies so you can look up on facebook. We have the washington community coalition for school. Change is the face that group title in also it is going to be six thirty tonight. Liberty high school football field Bengal we are having three state. Legislators come or expecting lots of people lots of support business so we're super excited for people to get involved in you know. Help us out with this. 'cause jerry yeah our focus. We named it the washington community coalition for school change. Because we wanted it to go beyond just masks masks are kind of what is getting people fired up right now as sort of woke people up because something that they can visually see it's daily reminder of how much control they have over our kids but it's bigger than that and so we didn't want it to be just about mask. It's about taking our school's back in. It's called the take becker schools rally It's a rally. Yes but it's also a community for him so that we have we have people there that are representing us mary. Daijo schmidt our chesler and businessman. Gary peters that has injured interesting story. Unhappy stood up by himself and made a really big change in the lowest in airport. And so we're trying to get people to be educated and rallied at the same time so that you're not alone that you can learn something where do go from here so we named it this coalition for change because we need to get groups together in tackle the six headed monster so we have the masks. We have the backs. Vaccinations that are going to becoming up. We have the. Crt we have the sex. Ed we have injuries emergency powers that we need to probably do something. There's always gonna be something more. And anytime we hand over rotating we started Arby's in it's gotten worse and worse and worse so to the point we didn't even notice we did it so slowly. We handed over our kids to the state and federal government. We handed over our school. Districts are board of directors. Hands are tied. Our superintendents are Hands are tied by funding and politics and does not what they were designed to be. And i don't even think that most people know that i think that we get really mad are boards but we don't realize how bound they are by all of this. We couldn't even turn the lights on if we didn't have federal funding out here. And so they. Can you know sort of hold that over our heads all the way. And so. that's our goal It's a little bit tricky tonight. We're a little bit nervous. This is a big deal. None of us. That are organizing. This have ever done anything political and we are really sticking your neck out there so you are and cherry once again where you're meeting tonight if you're listening in the spokane area or if you're listening in the seattle area emma sherri how do people get involved. I wanna make sure people get the message. Show up to this event. Show your support. This is part of a grassroots swelling of of energy to fight back against the tyrants that are trying to tell us how to raise our children so sherry emma. How do people get there. How did they get involved. One more time liberty high school six thirty pm on the football field liberty. High school is in stainless. If you just look up liberty stangl you'll be able to find that six thirty. Pm it's going to be a really big deal. We have lots of people it's gonna be. It's gonna be a big Any hope that everybody comes peacefully with you know peace in their hearts. They're willing to learn and that they we show our kids how to behave in these situations and that we know that our enemies are watching. We know that people want us to screw up so we hope that everybody comes patriotic peacefully and comes to learn something and then digs into really attack a six headed monster one at a time. Well said well said sherry while you guys are frontline heroes. You are doing the real work and you are part of a story that we've been telling on this show for the last couple months and we are just so grateful that you are rising up. You are standing up for your rights for traditional values for parents rights for health freedom for privacy. These are also important values that we're all defending together. And you guys are on the frontline so guys if you're in spokane or seattle police support 'em and sherry get out. Make your voices heard. Are you saving for retirement or just treading water or you. Depending solely on stocks or mutual set of diversifying. What you really need. did you know. It's easy to move out of an old 401k into precious metals like gold. That's predicted to go up. Twenty five hundred dollars in out soon. This could be the answer for you. So call the team at noble gold through this month and they'll give you a gift of three twenty two karat. American eagle coin just mentioned promo code. Kirk visit mogul. Investments dot com. That's noble goal investments dot com. I was really honored by the fact that emma sherri came on our show from the state of washington. We're going to keep this party rolling with real life. Frontline activists that are standing up against mandates that are confronting this tyrannical overreach both at the state level at the local municipality at the school board level but also at the corporate level. A lot of a lot of folks of you listening out there are confronting mandates in your place of work. This just came in as a matter of fact One thousand nine minutes ago as political h s mandates cova nineteen. Vaccinations for health. care workforce. So now the hhs. The health and human services is mandating cove in vaccinations for its healthcare workforce. That's twenty five thousand officials which is pretty sprawling organization And this is happening all over the place. That's obviously a government agency but whether you are at working in hospitals whether you're working as a frontline worker. I responded whatever it might be. These mandates are coming. So i wanted to get the story from a nurse in the phoenix area. That is confronting sort of her own type of called overreach in a really disturbing way from a large healthcare provider. And you know out of respect for this person. We're going to keep her identity anonymous but we can say that she's a nurse. She's in phoenix. She works with banner healthcare. So without further ado miss nurse are you there. Yes a can for having me. Yeah welcome to the charlie kirk show. I wanna i wanna hear about your experience so you have. You are active in the phoenix area. You are a nurse you. This is what you do for your living and i want you to tell about a really scary story. Frankly about you getting approached by your healthcare about your company that you work for your employer about stuff that you were doing on social media so we'll start there give us the background and will will will dig into this even more. Yeah so there's actually just happened. Look ago I've been really active on my private mindue. Private social media accounts about just opinions about all of this in granted. I've never said anything outright owner on any of my social media accounts. But i on email from manager that i have basically threatening me to stay quiet. They sent me our social media policies. Saying i can't release any personal healthcare information or anything like that which i mints but i'm assuming that they are some soda. It's gotta be watching all of my stuff in just doesn't like that. I am a healthcare worker. That's taking this stance and they're basically driving In that was really really scary. Harsh reason why. I wanted to see anonymous. All get in trouble for doing this but my personal beliefs in value system means ten times more. Meet at a job in as taking this hard stance on this subject. Okay so you would describe yourself not as anti vacs. It sounds like you're a nurse. You're a medical professional. You understand the value of vaccinations at least certain vaccines but you are anti mandate you are anti probably covert nineteen mandate and. I'm not sure where you're on the mask issue but tell us about your experience as a as a nurse at somebody's it's working in the healthcare industry. What have you seen. Why do you believe the things that you do believe. And what have you set on social. That is causing banner to privately. Message you and tell you. Keep quiet. So basically i just don't agree with mandated vaccines. I like. i said i am by no means. Vacs i have. Oh my other vaccinations. I am just anti mandates. I think that should be able to do their research and make their own decisions for body. You know my body might choice is only effective. If it's a certain narrative and i just ask the part that i don't agree with. I think that's why they're coming after me. Because i'm seeking on not being quiet about it i just. It's i've seen so much hate in the healthcare world. So i've had people say that i should like john. I've had someone tell me from the bottom of my heart your piece of blanket and i hope you lose. Your job is just ridiculous. providers that i work with basically not not really threaten patients but just trying to ill trip them into getting the vaccine in situations that are not appropriate. What suseree yeah. It is since. I've been a nurse for very long so people. Sometimes i don't take very seriously but feel you can't seek up half the time about it but it's it's really really scary. What's going on in the hostels right now. How many of your fellow nurses and doctors for that matter have voiced similar opinions. Or do you feel. Do you feel like you're one of the few. I mean you are in maricopa county. Which is you know until this last election hadn't gone democrat since nineteen forty eight. Tell us what your sense of. The healthcare workers themselves are. Is everybody feel like. They're bullied into staying quiet about their true opinions. Or do you think that everybody's pretty much on board the vaccine and the mandates. So i can't seem for other hospitals that particular unit that i work in. They would if they say they didn't accept any of our religious or medical exemption for is they would probably have to shutdown unit because well over half of inner cities that i work with are on the same ages. The these include nurses that offenses for decades. So it's it's not just me but again. That's just my experience with people that i work with. I can't really see for other hospitals. But it's i know that there have been hospitals in other places not sure about banner but leases that hot hot shutout floors defense. Nurses are actually taking a stand against this. So what is banner now telling you privately. So they're sending you emails. Who is who what. What's this person's role. We don't have to use names will. What's this person's role. And what are they actually saying to you. They saying that we're gonna fire you. I've seen a few of the e mail screengrabs but are they saying explained to our audience. What they're actually saying. It's it's kind of ominous the way they're doing it. They're saying you know basically shut up but but tell us what what what they're saying to you so far yes very honest very borderline threatening they have basically like i said they sent me though social media policy in which i read thoroughly i made a didn't go against any of their policies whatsoever. They basically just said that. I hope you can keep in mind. That what you're saying reflects year. Not only you but your unit in your team and veterans day. I asked where multiple times if they give me some specifics on what exactly posted or shared that is not okay in their opinion and they not able to tell me anything which just further makes me believe that a general. They just don't like that. I am sharing different articles about side effects in just about freedom of speech. And i can't exactly say who is sending me these. A is one of the managers that i have a Managers sometimes ends. I personally never even met this woman but or but we went back and forth couple of times and again she never said anything specific about anything that hosted basically just watch what you say in essence folks for those of you listening. I'm assuming that this is a fairly common experience on some level. I don't know that everybody going to be getting these emails. Like you are a. It's super creepy to get an email like that for something that you're doing on your own social media. Sounds like one of the theories that you have is that you had you had attended event with charlie at it and that's actually how they kind of became aware of some activity Whether that's the case or not we don't know but i'm gonna i'm gonna read you some some stats here and you're nurse. Tell me if this is some kind of information that you guys are hearing and seeing on the front line the risk of hospitalization for covert in kids. Five to seventeen is point. Three per million. That's hospitalization point. Three kids per million the risk of hospitalization due to myocarditis from the vaccine is fifty per million for the same demographic now again i am not anti vaccine. I don't think you are antibiotics. We are. I am vaccinated with multiple things. My kids are were simply saying the to mandate this is starting to edge on this level of insanity that is hard to justify extras. Frankly it's hard to come to grips with just as a as a matter of public. I'm gonna play clip here. This is cut sixty four from joy reid and she saying what's the strategy behind killing children in your own state and letting children die of cove it. So let's let's hear from the the wonder woman herself joy reid and then i'm gonna get your reaction to the other side of this. What is the strategy behind killing children in your own state letting letting children die of cohen. I can't figure it out. I think this strategy as matab as this owns is project strength at all costs own. The lives at all costs connections turned about the well. Being of their own citizens is. How can i project. I'm against joy. Reid that i'm against doctor found shoot. I'm against the elite some against the people on the coast and the brown folks select votes. I'd like best yet. it's all savell. I mean what a racist thing to say first of all and it just insane but we're seeing this and especially play out in places like arizona. There's you know we have been very honest on the show about some of our pushback against doug ducey. He did come out against mass mandates on. Asu's campus but now as he's going to defy him and we're going to see if he's going to stand up okay but some of these states with descent and in texas with abbott are straight up threatening local municipalities and Companies that try and defy the statewide orders. He's absolutely getting steamrolled though in arizona. And this is why real people like you are on the frontlines facing your employers and it feels like you're alone. You're getting bullied. Can i make a suggestion. The way things are going wouldn't be good at stockpile of emergency food for a prolonged food shortage. Look chaos coming. I wish it wasn't wearing a cycle of decline. I wish we can. I hope we can reinvigorate it. But what if things fall apart. What if we're our greatest hacked. What if there is an event. We didn't expect well over the last year. We should all be expecting the unexpected. The red cross and fema now recommend having at least three months worth of emergency food person gotten this interesting dialogue with a reporter. I told the report you know. I'm a proper she said. Oh you're crazy i'm not crazy. Rational and guess what. You'll be coming knocking on my door for food when our grid gets hacked or when all the power goes out or there's chaos and guess what i might not give it to you. I'm kidding maybe i will. The point is that. I am proud to prepare for things that are going to happen. We have seen where things go and guess what the human condition is one of decay. I wish it wasn't. I wished better times were had and utopian all this sort of stuff but if we're honest with ourselves honest we need to protect the people we love and that includes being prepared to be paranoid but be prepared. Now you can order the four week food kit and twenty five percent off the regular press. You get breakfast lunch dinner drinks and snacks totaling over two thousand calories a day in other words you'll be well-fed while others are scanning in food lines to get your twenty five percent discount on a four week food kit go to prepare with kirk dot com. That's prepare with kirk dot com right now and you're or will ship quickly arrived discretely at your door if you act now. So it's super simple. You buy it and you store it and then all of a sudden things start to fall in part. You open up that cupboard and you know your family has food. You know that you can nourish yourself. Do you know that. Certain estimates say that after forty eight hours total chaos will occur and grocery stores will pillage and plunder prepare with kirk dot com protect. Your family prepare rationally repair with kirk. Neka i want to ask your opinion. What should nurses like you do. You said that over half of the nurses in your group feel the same way that you do but you guys are all being silenced. And you're not allowed to have these opinions. What should nurses do. What is your organiz. I cannot stress this enough before. I started speaking out. I thought i was the only one that these issues and one's i i was overwhelmed. Eddie amounts sick word gotten from other nurses. So you think you're alone you i promise. Promise promise you are not alone. Sign other people speak out because if nothing else speak up they can't. They can't run hospitals without nurses so get organized creek groups and take a firm stand against us. Because we don't do anything then. Nothing's going to happen. And it's just gonna keep going downhill all right. It looks like i have now become disconnected from our nurse friend. We're gonna keep going guys. This is one nurse that standing up. She's getting organized honored to have her join our show. You know the most important thing is that we keep highlighting voices like this. We keep platforming these people that are on the front lines that are struggling against these. Mandates are struggling against what to do when your employer tells you that you have to get the vaccine even though you're young even though you're healthy even though you don't want to even though you've made your own decision we are going to keep doing exactly this where we platform these voices and we keep giving them a place to explain their their decisions and why they have taken the position that is so unpopular why they have committed a thought crime why they have spoken out against what is basically tyranny. It's modern day tyranny. And you and i are all living through it now. I wanna go through. I want to go through this one more time. Just because i think it's really really important. So this is from our friends over an woke narrative the risk of hospitalization from co vid in kids. Five to seven teen is point. Three per million point three per million so enjoy reed says that were governor the scientists and governor abbot killing kids. It's simply not true. But compare point three per one million to the risk of hospitalization due to myocarditis from the vaccine. Which is fifty per million for the same demographic for young and healthy children the incentive to vaccinate is simply not there. And then you combine that with the fact that according to a study out of the uk and this is i'm reading. Listen i'm reading from forbes. Fully vaccinated may transmit delta just as easily and new show signs of vaccine evasion early. Uk research suggests. So let's compare that you're more risk of hospitalization if you're young getting the vaccine from myocarditis than you are of just not being vaccinated and getting getting the disease in in and of itself you combine that with the fact that you still shed the virus even if you have been vaccinated and then i'm gonna i'm gonna put on one last thing here since we have a little bit more time because our friend dropped the call wakeup call after mayo clinic. Study shows pfizer. Vacs drop to forty two percent effective in july right. That's from axios that we took the report from and we summarize charlie kirk dot com. You can check it out yourself. This means that only if you have the pfizer vaccine in july it was forty two percent effective. They are absolutely going to be rolling out booster shots so if you think that your you got your two shots and you're done it's not at all the case they're going to be rolling out booster shots and those are going to be mandated to and each new variants going to be like flu season. You gotta get your new flu shot every single year except it's not the flu vaccine. This is an experimental vaccine. That hasn't even been approved by the fda. Although i'm sure there's plenty of pressure on the fda to do so quickly thanks everybody so much for listening. Support these people if you have a way to do so get behind the people that are risking it all by speaking out support them come around them for facebook. Groups form email list serve groups. Whatever you gotta do stand together star organizing. Start building coalitions. Do it organically do it in the grass roots. Don't let them push you around or bully you around and just like the nurse in phoenix arizona. 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America First with Sebastian Gorka 7-19-21 Hour 1

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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America First with Sebastian Gorka 7-19-21 Hour 1

"Is broadcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this from courageous voices of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com. If you like america first then check out our separate podcast. The battle for sixteen hundred with my former white house. Colleague boris epstein. Every week we give you the inside. In-depth analysis of what's really going on the battle for sixteen hundred subscribe today. Our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created what caught others pay period world. One little note along. Remember what we say here but it can never forget what they did. Hear what your country can do for you like you do. Mister gorbachev tear down this wall people we not fielding we will make america great again. This is america. First with sebastian. Gorka we as conservatives have got to stop playing defense. I feel like we are always defending. Were always apologizing. The theme of this conference is the playoff offense. We are going to get into an offensive mindset here at this conference that it is time that we stopped ceding ground to the left that we're always arguing on their terms. It is time that with a sense of urgency. We start to say here's what we believe and why we believe it. Wouldn't it be nice day friends to stop playing offensive. I'm sebastian gorka. This is america first on the salem radio network. That was charlie cook yet. was it yesterday. My gosh crazy times the point. Usa massive student summit began in tampa. Florida i was that way going to be giving you a little snippet of the speech i gave them more than four. Thousand assembled patriotic students from across the nation. Thanks to the great offices of charlie kirk and his fabulous turning point. usa team. But my main. I think it's just like last monday when i came back to work after my make vacations. And what an usually. We write off. Monday's but we have so much breaking news for you and special guests. I we have to discuss this shocking. Study out of yale and mit that posits that the number of illegal aliens in the united states. It's not eleven million. it's not thirteen million. It could be as high as thirty five million illegals individuals who amnesty. And you think they're gonna vote for you that functionally creates a one party state. And that's why the border to the south is open not to the cubans suffering in a communist dictatorship. Who if they came here with most likely. Vote republican no but no no not to the cubans to everybody else. Nevertheless interesting news from a federal judge. The daca program obama's attempt to amnesty Young illegal aliens as unconstitutional. Of course the judge didn't stop it. New applications are permitted but for the time being the program itself has been deemed unconstitutional shocking news from the nation's capital from the nationals stadium. Where the weekend shots broke out. A gang warfare between two vehicles which led to pandemonium as the The fans trying to escape the stadium or find safety in chicago just another week just another weekend of october carnage two days two days in which fifty six people were shot under the watchful eye of men lori lightfoot fifty six shot and eleven killed go on time obey biden is again making us more unsafe. He has released. The first detainees from guantanamo bay. And when it comes to his party and those who were provided soccer in the swamp from the duty to actually represent that constituents. Well rather ironic. I it was to now. It's three five of the texts and democrats who got on that private jet to escape their duties in texas state house have tested positive for the corona which led after they met with kamala harris to her quote unquote regular health visit to the hospital that will to read regular right because five democrats. She met with tested. Positive for the krona vice. Can i just stop here for a second. I was thinking about this story. If she's been vaccinated. What does she have to go to hospital. If you're vaccinated you can hang around. A million people with kelvin. It doesn't matter because a vaccine makes you immune wanna to corona virus. I guess she's a science deny in doesn't understand how they work. Additionally on corona virus will show you the latest data on who is not getting the vaccine and it's fascinating. It's not trump voters. All right. let me focus on one death. Eric will you put that beautiful face up on the screen. It wasn't the nat stadium but it was in washington. Dc a beautiful little girl. A toddler called niagara. Courtney was shot to death in a drive by sixty s old. Why did a gone magically fire itself because guns bad. What did a human being pull the trigger. I had a kind of a piff. Today as i was listening to the carnage of what happened in. Dc in chicago this morning in baltimore. They've recently released the stats for the children in public schools. Forty one percent of the children in the public schools of baltimore have an f grade. The gpa is one is one now. What's that got to do with beautiful naive. Courtney's death everything really. What happens if a culture a group part of society is inculcated is indoctrinated to think that education is an important or is so ill served by the teachers and the unions who couldn't care less about their fate that even if they wanted to learn they can't because they're too busy not teaching for some cova regional something or too busy teaching them garbage like critical race theory. What happens if a whole ethnic group a whole slice of society. Whatever skin color. Whatever socioeconomic background starts off being told you can't learn or you shouldn't learn when they leave school at six eighteen what options they have may become tech giant's entrepreneurs can they become a white collar professionals during their business from home on the zoom kohl's. Let's basically two options. They can become dependent lackeys of the state. Stop pushing out babies from various different fathers who are encouraged not to stay there because then you get more money from daddy state who wants the other option. You know what it is. You leave school in those skills. Nobody to help you get your first job. The democrats have created a minimum wage. Destroys your chances of getting the first ladda on your career. The first rung on your ladder because mcdonalds is going to have a little electronic kiosks to order your hash browns. And you big mac and you don't get that job. So what are you turn to crime. Forty turn to crime or you fall into it because nothing else is available to you. You become one of those gang bangers firing from your vehicle into another vehicle outside the nats stadium. In the nation's capital the capital of the greatest nation on god's earth what a travesty. What an absurd danton scenario that. We have nuclear weapons. We put men on the moon. But we can't be safe the bull stadium in our capital and then of course. Let's put her picture up again. Eric you don't care about. Education is a democrat party. Couldn't give a crap about your future including the members of the teachers unions. You can die at the hands of person who killed nine courtney. It's all connected. The democrats don't care. They don't care about her. They don't care about your safety. Don't care about america. they just care about power. God bless naive courtney. So please accepted into heaven. Lord sebastian gorka. This is america first. How'd you whether well we had a lot of home improvements. 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Is here join over. One million satisfied garden is at fast growing trees. Dot com plus the third. I've thrive guaranty means. Your plants will arrive happy healthy and ready for planting now through july thirty first. Go to fast growing trees dot com slash. go k. For fifteen percent of that's fifteen percent off that fast growing trees dot com slash go k. Fast growing trees dot com slash. Gorka you know. You are wide and one of the reasons. People can't stand the media. Sorry cracking me up. It's your it's how so. What should i do differently. Michael here you know. Don't talk so much listen more. Let me be very clear. That is a fibrous video. That's going to rant michael comeback. I knew it the first time. I was forced to meet him in the white house but even a scumbag and tell the truth down again and he's right about parole poor brian stelter. We're going to show you more video later. in the show today. But it's time to go to good friend of mine i guess of the day. He's none other than the man who masters who is at the helm of my favorite podcast. It's the andrew. Klavan show screenwriter. All three extraordinaire. The latest product is another kingdom. He's with those guys at the daily wire. His name is andrew klavan andrew. Welcome back to america first. Great decision how you doing. i'm. I'm good especially because you're on the show but i'm kinda i you know me. I'm an optimist. I think all americans have to be and that's just my default setting anyways human being and i i just look at the stories of the last seventy two hours in. Dc chicago is well. We put picture of this beautiful girl. Up on the screen. Nyah courtney who was gunned down just six year. Old beautiful child gunned down. And i had this kind of you know these moments and i'm sure you get a as a as an imagine knee as author with suddenly the the constellation just comes together and all the pieces just fit and i realized of course. He's dead because if your the ruling party in a democrat city if you run the schools if you the the progenitor of the great society if you create enclaves where education doesn't matter dependency on the state is key and crime is a function of inanimate objects and not human will then of course more six year old beautiful princesses are going to be murdered. I am i. Am i oversimplifying it. Because to me just don't make sense off the last night. Now i feel in my heart almost every day. There is an voice saying what did you expect when you defend the police and then have to run. Think pieces in the new york times wondering why crime is on the rise when you d- To take away. The processes of the police used to take guns away from criminals and instead replaced them with attempts to take guns away from honest citizens and gun. Crime goes up and you blame the guns. What did you expect. It happens again and again and again. We have these arguments now about children being taught as racist a critical race theory. And the left defends this endlessly when more than fifty percent of americans don't read well and don't do math well and by the way those who those kids were going to public schools. Those aren't white kids. Those aren't privileged. Kids those are the poor kids and the minority kids and they're not being educated and they're being left to fend for themselves and then again you say well. What did you expect when they can't find jobs when they're not employable when they turn to gangs for care instead of two parents when their families have fallen apart again and again. the left. Tilts against reality donkey quixote tilting against windmills and reality always wins and the thing about the right sometimes the conservatives come across as being hard guys you know we come across as being uncaring because we keep going back to the facts of life that if you don't have police on the streets crime will rise that if you don't arrest criminals crime will rise that if you don't put people in prison pending bail crime arise and we sound like we're being harsh because the only people that the left ever pays attention to are the criminals. They take down statues of george washington and build statues of george floyd. Think about that for a minute. I mean george washington one of the most virtuous men who ever lived a man who ended back continent when he could have been king and they tear down his statue instead. Ereck statues to a guy who was a federal addict in a career criminal of stuck a gun in the belly of a pregnant woman while his friends ransacked her house. That's who they build statutes so when you not only up in physical more physical reality but you upend moral reality. What do you expect. But the killing of these children. Desertion of these children the destruction of families and the imprisonment of boys who have no fathers. It's just. They just will not concede that their theories are not true. And it's just heartbreaking to watch it as an observer of of the celtics with with such a key. I is there an explanation for how in one and the same society andrew we can have the capacity to be the only nation on god's earth to put a dozen men on the moon that we can create three vaccines for a deadly new virus in the space of eleven months but in the city of baltimore. And i just opened the show with is in the city of baltimore. Forty one percent of students have an f grade. They have a gpa of one if that occurred in a quote unquote normal country for one year. It would be a scandal and it would be solved. How can one in the same nation we can be the only nation to put men on the moon but a massive city can have almost half the population almost all of them. Black kids obsolete fail in such a way that it would have been better andrew if they hadn't gone to school you know. I think there's actually an answer to that. Our freedoms and our capitalist system have made us an incredibly rich and incredibly successful an incredibly powerful country and that means that we're protected from the consequences of our actions and that allows huckster and theorists and intellectuals to opine in ways that make them feel good and make them seem virtuous while the actual poor and the weak suffer. because if you're in a country that's fighting for its life you can't play around with reality. You pay attention to reality. Because every move you make May cost you. The country may mean the country falls apart or conquered or just dies on the vine when your country this powerful there is a lot of ruin in the nation and so you can have these essential essentially conman running our academies running on media companies up posing in front of the camera and making speeches about politics when they're really just actors. All of those things can happen in a country this powerful and this successful without the elites really feeling the consequences only the week only the poor feeling the consequences of the mistakes that the left. And that's that is the problem. Our success has kind of inoculated us against our insanity and that is allowed these elites to talk nonsense that makes them feel virtuous but actually destroys the week. it's it's it's just the the wages of succession hawaii. It reminds me of Exactly the same line of thought. I heard from the that one of the few strategic minds i consider worthy of that title the great edlow track the american hungarian jewish strategist and author who said he was launching his new book on the by santana empire in at the end i asked him. What is your reaction. Professor load factor. Those who say that. America has just failed for decades to win. A war in the post cold war environment is as this great power in ed in his inimitable. Vacuum way said then. What is the point of being superpower. If you can't be stupid so it sounds to rich right andrew. So we don't know pay we can. We can make a lot of mistakes and not to bleed to death. We can have a lot of cuts to our national body but still continue with the stupid policies whether it's strategy or whether it's schools or anything else. We're talking to the author of another king of the host of the andrew. Cleveland show at the daily wire. Follow him andrew klavan. There's no he's in cleveland. Okay guys they never were and the never will be. I'm sebastian gorka. This is america first. Relieffactor pain relief. That works pain relief. It's real pain relief. It's drug free. Tens of thousands of americans getting daily me included. Find out today audio three week. Quick start pack at relieffactor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four. That's eight hundred. five hundred. Eighty three eighty four. What have you got to lose except the pain. Relief factor dot com. Your calls next here on america first and most people. Don't wanna talk. Turn to brian stelter to tell us what's real. I'm sorry well then. Why did you bother coming on. Cnn a few times this week. I'm i'm a book salesman. My i love talking to you. I grateful you came on. And i guess let's do it again for years. Brian stelter being read. The right by manager says well. I'm here to sell books but you're still a useless propagandist instill lucious both reprehensible but that's classic video. We are back with the galactic master of the universe. He's known as andrew klavan to his buddies k. L. a. and ask andrew klavan on twitter also with the daily wire host of the andrew. Klavan show an drew. Let's let's talk about the big news item of of the last seven eight days in the united states. The fact somebody okay. Let you be my sanity check. Usa this weekend somebody said to me. This is it this is. Somebody's lit the blue touch paper. On the firework this is what's going to change everything. When americans see a an elected selected administration. Tell them oh. It's about the vaccine. The people on the streets of cuba waving the american flag. It's about cova treatments. They said to me. That's that's when people are gonna wake up and see the these guys are really commies. Do you think so. No no i mean. These are people who are claiming that asking people for their driver's licenses. Jim crow. I think he's got. I mean if you believe anything these people are saying. You're already drunk the aid but but no even you know the funny thing about it is even if it were cove in one thousand nine hundred then. We have to ask the question. What happened to the great healthcare system. Michael moore entire film about when fidel castro died every single news outlets said. Oh the wonderful health system. Wonderful health system free healthcare that came in. So why isn't it working. Why is solving the problem as the american evil capitalists did. The fact is what the What the regime is doing in cuba. Is they trained medical people and then basically sell them to other countries to get money to prop up the regime because cuba is broke. Great piece on this where. The regime gets money for their indentured servitude to international organizations. It's funny drew. I didn't see michael mola's analysis of that everything. They say everything they say makes no sense. For instance say. Blame us for the embargo which we use to try and free the cuban people but the embargo doesn't cover medicine and it doesn't cover food so they keep saying how. How is a communist country supposed to survive. If it can't trade with the most powerful wealthy capitalist country in the world in other words they need us to prop them up. we don't need them to prop us up. Maybe the communism just doesn't work but they keep going back to this and again it's the same thing. It is the fact that they can have theories that don't adhere to reality because we're so powerful were so wealthy we have so many such a great military that protects us that they're not going to get punished for the not gonna look out. The window and finds soviet troops are chinese troops in the streets of new york anytime soon. So they can make all these comments about how wonderful communists they you know. They call us imperialist country. They call us it. Colonialist country cuba colonized venezuela and now venezuela isn't as bad shape as they are they are agents of they sell this slave ideology and the attractions of socialism are also a product of success when we limit the government as we have for so long through the constitution. It makes it seem like government is kind of a good thing like you can trust the government to give you health care. You can trust the government to redistribute wealth you can trust the government because the united states constitution has limited government and made it serviceable for the people once that constitutions overridden by giving the government all this power the power to take care of your health. Care the power to redistribute. Well then it's just a collection of powerful people in powerful people are corrupt. And that's what we see in every country that falls to socials but when we see you members of the administration say that this isn't bad communism. This is a bad co vague. Do you think there are some americans who aren't or want political say. Hang on a second. that's not true. I would like to think so. I would like to think that when you know. Barack obama went over there and stood under the picture castro humming along to the national anthem of cuba. It's some people woke up. But i don't know i mean the truth is the truth. Is i think that the biden administration represents a minority of americans substantial minority of americans. They like his face. They like the fact that they know him. They like the fact that he's friendly. Old joe or used to be the of friendly all joe but these are not the policies that america supports our has ever supported. I'm just going by instinct here. But i believe that it's the right. Put up a reasonable candidate and could run an election. That was not fraught with the fraud. I think that basically republicans would take the government back in a city minute. You have to remember you know. Donald trump you love him but at the same time he was a fractious guy was tiring guy you know. Some people were just offended by his personality. But if you had somebody with trump's policies if somebody representing trumpism who didn't frighten people didn't fund frightened suburban housewives and so on. I think that those are the policies. America would vote for. I do not believe. I not think they believe in this administration but it also be a very different international situation because it's trump's cag- to that gave us a stable for years on the global seat. He is andrew klavan. The author of an incredible autobiography called the great good thing. Follow him at andrew klavan. I'm sebastian gorka your calls on eight. Three three three three gorka. That's eight three three three three four six seven five two coming to you. Live from the relieffactor dot com studios in alabama. Welcome alan law. People don't realize some of the most important people in the world are drivers. 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I mean the cackling doesn't work doesn't reassure them and five percent say they were not very confident that together and that's sixty four percent sixty percent of americans don't want the woman who's going to take over from that hoskin of a man that big that is biden when surely he steps down from his current position is the man who bears the title of president. Well what's going to happen. Then will the biden kamala harris regime. Bb even more illegitimate. Let's get your take on it. Eight three three three three gorka. That's eight three three three three four six seven five two. That's gonna day who's been waiting patiently lying on columbus ohio. Welcome dave thank you so much for your time dr gorka. It's my second time calling in The topic you brought up today about the young man shot. I not only one young woman. What was six old i. Yeah well. I've got my own with these I'm gonna confirm what you're saying. But i'm gonna amplify i. I now teach in a correctional. Adding i can't say where but that's what i do. I will have to sell it. Okay well thank you. It's a great job actually as well and it's a blessing for me. I discovered through one of my students who was once a second grader. When i taught and columbus city schools set. I found that i watched another one of his classmates. Die on television. And you probably saw to. His name was miles He was interested in sports He was a willing student and and friendly off. Wanted to be a quarterback someday some parental support worst performing school and plumbed. The city and i was New to that district having worked in a high performing their city district where we use all best practice. Miles was killed at saint ann's hospital in westerville ohio. It made the national news because he was on a number of different drugs and hallucinogens. Wasn't padded down properly by the police officers who notice them passed out in the vehicle and he shot one police officer in the chaff hitting the officer and their bulletproof vest. He was the one where there were six officers with guns on him and he was so intoxicated so us unable to even figure out whether he was putting a gun down or not eventually. Put the point of guns with cops and got killed. Everything you're saying is true. The unions have a vested interest in the school's failing the worst schools do the more see. And i've been both. Ast and any a individual bargaining units can be very. Well run but explain that individual bugging. You'd explain that for us please sir. What happens is i'm an individual organization. That is a union. My union is faithfully part of a network. Almost like the old ussr. Ussr's says how it'll be. But if i'm in my district my unit. My bargaining group relies on the state education association and the federal association to basically have teams. The other side of the problem is that are not hyun to teaching from Nonprofit administration and that. It was a restaurant manager. Because you pay for the pizza delivered pay you pay gets history major up your doorstep for by paying for the pizza so i've seen how it works. What happens is the door we we we've got. We've got sixty seconds after they got again. But here's the point. Yeah the doorstep to getting into a corrupt political organization. The machine like chicago is nobody ever votes for their school. A school board members so columbus city now has the highest murder rate that has had ever to school board members who who ran that failing school which was nationally sanctioned Now one is the mayor and what it means. She's coming to the table if you look at chicago if you look at baltimore if you look at buffalo if you look at rochester all the people running. The show now darted out on school board. So what what you're saying is that. It's all connected. It's all a deadly circle of griff and graph than control precisely. If i step out of line with the union these capricious jurors will take me out. And if i if i go to speak against the union to get something well done then capricious jerks taking out for the other reason. The unions assist assist. All right. well we're gonna focus the whole last hour of the show on this topic. We're going to have. Chris rufo the expert on critical race theory in indoctrination. You now schools with us. Dave god bless you for going into our prisons for teaching there and ring up shows like this with millions of listeners and viewers in telling the truth. Let's hear from more of you doing what you do. The number here is eight. Three three three three gorka. That's eight three three three three four six seven five two. According to a recent survey day. 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First how do you say that if it fascinating study based on data from the cdc on those receiving vaccinations by race and ethnicity. The fact is black. Americans hispanic americans are not getting vaccinated at the same rate as that white fellow citizens. Why is that. Why is that if it's free if anybody is eligible to get some kohl's from those communities and numbers eight three three three three eight three three three three four six seven five two we are live streaming rumble dot com slash. Said gorka subscribe today as well as our facebook feed. Let's go to your calls. Cobalt is fall david in south carolina. Line full welcome. David david alert. Yes go ahead. God i'm zone. Were the fact that i feel like right now. All of the conservative and republican radio shows for murdering sphere just as all of the so-called democratic news networks and. I'm wondering why who. Whose promoting david who promoting david Maybe maybe maybe. I turned the wrong word now. Soon hosts promoting fit. Who's promoting fear. Well talking about okay like today. The crash that the stock market going down and and impending of. Who's the question again. Who is promoting fair. You said all the conservative. It gave me some names. Levin defending let go up promoting fear gener. I listened to today. Selena on promoting. I'm on your guys that we does not outline contending the truth. I listened to dan show today. He wasn't promoting fit well. What i mean is actually wasn't expecting to get on it. But what i mean is i am. I don't i don't know what american us marine if you call in and you don't know if you call in but you don't expect to get on. Why are you calling up david. I am for this country. I love trying to read. I served my country. I went to war so this country. And i am everything about this country stars and why david. Why did you colon. Because i feel like the media and the media that i listened to to me that woke me up the media and and you guys and everybody listened to Or our con. Maybe going the same china china put fear. But i wanna know i is it because is it because you wanna wake people on. Your criticism is david. Stay on the line. I got to get to the bottom of it in the break. We'll continue the discussion on ramble. I'm sebastian gorka more calls. Leonard bob dunga anywhere and john solomon here in america first.

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S10 EP145: Hour 1 - The Killing Fields

The Erick Erickson Show

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S10 EP145: Hour 1 - The Killing Fields

"Hello and welcome in his eric. Erickson here the erik erikson show wherever you are. I hope you got blue skies and a chill in the air you know we. Last night the hurricane blew through we got wind. we got rain. we got lightning. South of us had tornadoes. Nothing in my immediate area was terrible. South of was bad. And then there was the slight cool chill breeze on the air and then humidity god blesses housekeeping note Just so you know. This is rather important well. I think it's rather important A listener Thence long no who. One day is going to build my house for me. I told you yesterday. I wasn't sure what recipe to send and he texted me last night. He said how about something for grilling football starts. It's labor day weekend. It's gonna be great weather something for the grill so your recipe in one hour. We'll be a jerk chicken legs. I follow this dude in great britain and philip swears by these chicken legs. It is a jerk. Chicken leg recipe. And you'll love it it's i. It's super flavorful. And you do it on the grill. So he vincent longo it. It's it's i. Dedicate the recipe to him. Even though it's not my recipe so if you want it text the word recipe two three three seven seven seven. I'm sure you're here for the recipes today. I you should be here for for stacey abrams. Y'all know stacey. Abrams stacey abrams. Well you think she wants to be governor of the state of georgia. You'd think but actually she wants to be president of the united states. You can't make this up Stacey abrams it did a profile in the bitter southerner and she'd conversation was charlemagne hunter-gault and she wants to be president of the united states. I got to know a little about her. From my dear friend vernon jordan who had become kind of a mentor to her as he was to so many we met only once briefly as she deplaned in my summer. Home of martha's vineyard. I'm not quite sure how she knew who i was but before i could say hello. She extended her hand and called out. My name smiling. Broadly maybe it was the vernon addiction georgia connection or both but it was a memorable moment as was our second meeting for this interview. Unlike our brief but more personal airport in kenner we got down in our respective professional ways albeit with one little departure for me at the end which may or may not have been a serious request when she confirmed her interest in running for president should the stars ally her quote. I do intend to one day. Run for president of the united states. I have not this is. This is the full quote in context for stacey abrams. I have not decided what my next steps are politically. But i do intend one day. It's the stars align. I do intend to one day run for president. It is a job. I would love to hold stacey. Abrams has largely gone into hiding of late. June notice she's done very limited engagements. She came out and got major league baseball to boycott the state of georgia over. Its voting bill. Then she denied she edited thing to do with it. Usa today then allowed her to alter her previously published editorial to get rid of Urges for boycott. They allowed her to do that. Level of damage control. Then then she blasted republicans for voter ide- claiming it was voter suppression racism and then had to walk it back with a majority of black voters support voter. Id but then. There's this president is a job. I would love to hold. I believe that we should do good. Why not try to do good on the largest age possible. She wants to be president. Stacey abrams to my knowledge has said nothing about the dead. Americans whose bodies just came back from afghanistan. She has said nothing about the americans. We have abandoned in afghanistan. Nothing and she's already paid for. She hadn't even won anything yet. She lost the governor's race in georgia and they declared her to be governor anyway Donald trump's not allowed to continue to say that his election was stolen from him stacey. Abrams is allowed to continue to say that her election was stolen from her. And the media of course gives her legitimacy to do it and she wants to run for president of the united states. She hasn't said a word about thirteen. Americans killed she has criticized joe biden and there is a lot to criticize joe biden for in fact people in the white house are criticizing. Joe biden yes. It is true inside the white house. Things are not going well for the president of the united states. I was shocked to see this political of all all things. This is the quote. I am absolutely appalled and literally horrified. We left americans. Their one administration official told politico. It was a hostage. Rescue of thousands of americans in the guise of a noncombatant evacuation operation. And we have failed that no fail mission. Another white house officials said the mission is accomplished if they left americans behind and yet joe biden addressed the nation and things. It was a stunning success. Two weeks ago. Joe biden told george stephanopoulos. We would stay afghanistan past august thirty first twenty one if americans were still there. He said that. I'm not putting words in his mouth. Those are joe. Biden's words that we would stay in afghanistan. If americans were left behind all troops are supposed to be out by august thirty first even if americans and our afghan allies are still trying to get out. They're gonna leave. We're going to do everything in our power to get all americans out and our allies. How does that mean troops will stay beyond august thirty first if necessary depends on where we are and whether we can get ramp. These numbers up to five to seven thousand a day coming out. If that's the case they'll all be out because we've got ten to fifteen thousand americans in the country right now right and are you committed to making sure that the troops day until every american who wants to be out out yes. How about our afghan allies. We have about eighty thousand. That's not too high too high giving somewhere between fifty and sixty five thousand folks total counting their families does the commitment hold for them as well the commitment holes to get everyone out that in fact we can get out. Everyone should come out and that's the objective. That's what we're doing now. That's the path. Ron and i think we'll get so american. Should understand the troops might have to be there beyond august thirty. First know america's and understand that we're going to try to get it done before august three but if we don't the troops don't will determine if the time who's left and if you're american force if there's american citizens left we're gonna stay will get them all out. We're gonna stay until we get them all out. That was george stephanopoulos interviewing joe biden. Joe biden saying and we're going to stay until we get them all out. That was what. Joe biden himself said to the american public and now last night in kabul the united states ended twenty years of war afghanistan the longest war in american history completed one of the biggest airlifts in history with more than one hundred twenty thousand people evacuated to safety fat numbers more than double but most experts. So were possible. No nation no nation has ever done anything like it in all history you know whatever the reason no nation has ever done it in its history is no nation has caused a situation whereby they had to do that. Estates had the capacity will to do it. And we did it today. The extraordinary success of mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage in the united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals for weeks. They risk their lives to get american citizens. Afghans who helped us citizens of our allies and partners and others onboard planes and out of the country and they did it facing a crush of enormous crowds seeking the leave the country really. What about the americans left behind. There were a lot of americans left behind. Joe biden told. George stephanopoulos two weeks ago. We would stay in. We got them all out now. They're to blame as general mackenzie. This is the way the mission was designed. It was designed operate under severe stress and attack. And that's what it did. Since march we reached out nineteen times to americans in afghanistan with multiple warnings and offers the help them leave afghanistan all the way back as far as march after we started the evacuation seventeen days ago. Yelling we did initial outreach. In analysis and identified around five thousand americans who decided earlier to stay in afghanistan but now wanted to leave to third-floor operation allied rescue ended up getting more than five thousand five hundred americans out but got out thousands of citizens diplomats from those countries that whenever to end afghantistan with us to get in lodden we got out locally employed staff in the united states embassy and their families totaling. Roughly two thousand five hundred. We've got thousands of afghan translators and interpreters and others who supported the united states. Get off my lawn now. We believe that about one hundred or two hundred. America's remained afghanistan. You believe her intention to leave with intention to leave. Most of those who remain are all citizens longtime residents but early decided to stay because of their family roots. That can't stand but now line. Ninety percent of americans in afghanistan wanted to leave. Were able to leave. So what what wait. Wait hang on a second. Roll the tape again. Roll the tape again. let's let's roll the tape commitment holes to get everyone out that in fact we can get out. Everyone should come out. And that's the objective. That's what we're doing now. That's the path bron. And i think we'll get so american should understand the troops might have to be there beyond august thirty first know americans and understand that. We're going to try to get it done before. But if we don't the troops don't will determine at the time who's left and if you're american forces there's american citizens left we're going to stay little. Get them all out. That's what he says. And if you're american force there's american citizens we're going to stay will get them all out and now he says ten percent were by the way the white house came out later instead. Actually ninety eight percent got out only two percent. We've heard our entire country upside down because of the virus that kills less than one percent of us in the. That's not a success and yet joe biden wants to say it's a success that we left behind all of these americans two percent of americans or ten percent depending on which time as in somehow it's a success. Now you know who disagreed with. Joe biden the white house staff. Who are on background. Gelling the politico. Cnn the washington post the new york times nbc news. That this was a failure. Joe biden's on staff own staff is saying this was a failure. Only joe biden thinks it was a success overdue. Nbc news richard ingle the worst capitulation of western values in our lifetimes. You left behind. I went to get us in. I arrived a couple of weeks ago. It was a republic backed by the united states backed by the west. Now it is an emerging islamic. Emirate if you are a regular listener of this year program You know my quest for the perfect mattress. I finally found one after multiple iterations. And then of course you gotta get the perfect sheets to go with the mattress. 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The second is john kirby the pentagon spokesman first of all i think it's air sponsor say americans are they are not the world. I mean we have Americans get stranded in in In countries all the time first of all. I think it's irresponsible. Say americans are stranded. They are not the world. We have Americans that get stranding in countries all the time contrast isn't it The pentagon says that we got people stranded. Jin's jackie does not. And i gotta tell you This speech by by initially first of all he was super late. Super super super late I don't know what's going on with white house yet. Trump on occasion would be late for engagements but it was not one of those things with trump where they would say he's having one forty five press conference and then they would move or one thirty press covers they move into two forty five and then he would be two hours late for it The was they were having a press conference that he would be thirty. Forty five minutes late. Whatever but by. This is the third time. They've moved press conferences multiple times in the day for him and he still doesn't show up on time and then when he did he was angry. He was yelling the entire time. There was a weird performance by the president even his supporters online. Where when and why he was yelling and of course he did the whole blame thing. There are those who would say we should have stayed indefinitely for years on end they ask. Why don't we just keep doing what we were doing. Why do we have to change anything. The fact is everything had changed. My predecessor had made a deal with the taliban. I came into office. We faced a deadline may one taliban onslaught was coming. We faced one of two choices. Follow the agreement of the previous administration and extended to have or extend at more time for people to get out or sending thousands of more troops and escalate the war those asking for a third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest in my view. We only have one to make sure of. Afghanistan can never be used again to launch an attack on our homeland. Remember why we went to afghanistan in the first place because we were attacked by osama bin laden and al qaeda on september eleventh two thousand and one and they were based in afghanistan. We delivered justice to bin laden on may second two thousand eleven over a decade ago. Kaieda was decimated he. Al qaeda was decimated because we went in we stayed. But this whole idea that joe biden had to stick to something donald he reversed every single thing. Donald trump did except for this. All he did was dragged out longer and now he wants to blame trump. He wants to blame the afghan nationals. He wants to blame the afghan military. The afghan president the military the american military american intelligence. 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It's a a they call it a break so In south south africa barbecue is called a bray. And it's this big outdoor contraption and you put wood in the middle of it it turns to embrace. You spread it out on either side. You can put in a rotisserie. I just. The raisman is is the company that makes one day. I want one like an outdoor fireplace. Cooker the just cooking over open fire. It's just fantastic. The until then. I've got my big renege. Got my wreck tech. I got my fancy. Ds grill i. I i got my black. I don't use my blackstone enough but this jerk chicken leg recipe from the sky follow great britain. I modified it for americans because some of the ingredients you have to swap out since you can't get them here but nonetheless it's fantastic and you'll enjoy it now. We must move on the full number if you would like to be on. This program is eight. Seven seven nine seven three seven four to five and i want to go to the phones. I'm going to go up first to jody. Welcome to the program. Hey thanks technology Just i guess a commodore overall perspective on it. I mean as average joe and if i was sitting afghanistan and i was told not team times by this state department or officials that they were leaving and not get on the plane with. I think i would have had a different view of leaving if i had known or which i think they obviously alone that they were gonna completely abandoned that area. I mean absolutely you know. It's kind of been for years now. You haven't been there twenty years. Pump the brakes on it. We back off a little bit pump. The breaks back off but they they somewhat worse staying stable or you know that kind of propping up the afghan army but the fact is that. I think those people to blame those people now. I can have speech yesterday. Say it's their fault is is still is not right because the fact is i don't think they ever told them. Hey better get out or just because we're below all out of here and there's nobody here to finger and we're going to come up with the taliban let them be wanted to show now. I mean i think those people would have been gladly jump in on this plane months back if they know about judy. Let me put this in perspective for everybody because there are a lot of people who just doesn't make sense of for the. The state department began telling americans that we would be leaving afghanistan. Some of them decided that they would stay behind because they presumed the afghan national army and the afghan government. We would continue to help them. It didn't become clear until about a month ago that we were going to abandon the afghan national army and government. Keep in mind the reason. The afghan national army collapsed. And you know what. Let me turn on mike. My camera here. Philip lecture me. That i didn't put this record. A lot of americans did choose to stay in afghanistan. They chose to stay in afghanistan because they believed that the american government would have the backs continually of the and even though we were withdrawing the military surely we would leave some behind. It only became appear at a month ago that the american government was completely abandoning. Everything that when president biden said he was withdrawing. He knit every single thing including intelligence. And the like remember. We designed the afghan military to be reliant on our intelligence and our contractors for repair biden decided to get rid of all of that even donald trump who wanted to withdraw from afghanistan was going to leave military intelligence in place. Joe biden decided to pull it all out. So the afghans had no intelligence capabilities forward planning capabilities no contractors to fix their helicopters or aircraft. Nothing we designed the afghan army to function with us not to stand alone apart from us and then we took away all of the support that we had around them so of course they were going to collapse win. American soul that they said holy crap. We need to get out of this country so a lot of the people who decided we can stay because the afghan army still going to have outside support from the american military and keep propped up against the taliban suddenly realize that's not the case and so what happened. They decided to start leaving. They changed their minds and the state department kept telling them get out. Get out get out. Get out get out. But then when they would head to the airport was they. Don't come. don't come. Don't come don't come. They wouldn't go get them. They wouldn't go. Get the american military. Would not go get these people. I the whole thing is just. It's it's absurd. We would tell them you've got to leave and then tell them what don't come to the airport. And then some tried to go to the airport and could not go to the airport. Some tried to get there. And couldn't i would refer you to my interview yesterday with josh yusef for help. The persecuted he said. The american government willfully obstructed private rescue efforts that foreign governments were more helpful. Guinea people out of the country. The american government not only didn't want any part of it but but actively try to undermine the efforts russia's not just him glenn beck to saying the same thing about the nazarene project effort to rescue multiple outside humanitarian. Efforts are all saying. The american government did not just not help but actively obstructed rescue efforts. This is what the american government did. This is what. Joe biden's government did there are. Americans left in afghanistan stranded. Americans one of whom is a three year old american boy. This is from jim. Geraghty national review right now somewhere in afghanistan. There's a us greencard holder. Who is living in maryland earlier. This year he had worked with. The americans done excellent work and qualified for green card. Green card holders are granted authorization to live and work in the us on a permanent. They're often the last step before applying for us citizenship. Is charlie cook for nash review summarized. It's not a visa. It's not a temporary permission slip it's permanent residency during the evacuation. The us state department said that the evacuations of citizens and green card holders were both top priorities although green card holders quickly disappeared from administration statements and statistics there after the green card holder married and has six children. His wife's parents did not want her moving with him to the us so the husband and father moved to america and sit money back to support his family. In early august greencard holder could see the taliban were advancing quickly and he went back to afghanistan to try to get his wife and six children out my reader who has been trying to get this green card holder out had to tell him that the last us flight had departed kabul. The us state department did not send this green card holder. An email with helpful advice or the us department did sin the green card holder email with helpful advice to keep low-profile. The email recommended make contingency plans to leave what it is safe to do. So that do not rely on. Us government assistance over on the state department website under a sexual labeled what the department of state can and can't do in a crisis that department rights if there are no commercial options available and if we have counselor officers at the embassy or consulate and if the conditions permit we may help. Us citizens identify possible. Transportation options terrified us citizen. According to the new york post it was an interpreter for the us military has said she's now stranded in afghanistan because no one told her. The last flights relieving monday. Most damning this is from the sacramento bee at least twenty four sacramento area. Students are confirmed to be stranded in afghanistan as turmoil continues in kabul. According to school officials. San juan united school district staff said twenty four students down from the initial estimate of one hundred fifty students had not returned to campus. Since the start of the twenty twenty one twenty twenty two school year beth sta twenty one holds a school picture showing her younger sister. Nida nine second from left to the top row on wednesday august twenty fifth twenty as she worries in their arden arcade bedroom whether his sisters will return from afghanistan. She said the schools call every day asking when nita of dire kill elementary school and sabrina. Fifteen of encina high school will return to class. The family explained. They're hiding from the taliban and can't get to the airport from abc news. This three year old boy was born near sacramento. His passport shows he is a us citizen. And he's going through a horrible ordeal right now. Unable to escape afghanistan were hiding his identity that of his father a social worker and other family members who are all permanent. Us residents for fear of being captured by the taliban james brown veterans advocate told the it reporters quote. I received a call sunday morning at about six. Am from a friend of mine. Who an active duty marine corps officer stationed overseas and. He basically felt like his hands were tied and he needed some help getting his family out armed with that letter the boy his father and several other family members approached the airport but the taliban attacked. They were stopped by taliban checkpoint they receive physical beatings of the gate. They were pushed back where they had to flee and return to a safe house. We left behind a three year old. Boy who is not a permanent resident not on a visa but it's an actual factual citizen of the united states of america with they balu passport like you and i have. We left behind schoolchildren girls who go to school in sacramento california. They were not told with the last flight would be they were told. Don't come to the airport. We left them behind. We left them behind. And joe biden says it was a success. Is that a success. Two weeks ago the president of the united states went on national television and said we would stay until every single american citizen got out of afghanistan. What about that three year old boy who is an american citizen. Joe biden says it was a success in the people who didn't come out. Well it's their fault. Remember if it helps democrats. You can always blame victims. That's exactly what they're doing now. They're blaming the victims saying they could come to the airport while the american state department was telling them don't come and when they tried. They got beaten attacked by the taliban. This isn't a failure of the united states. As a failure of our politicians the military intervened but the politicians said no in american citizens not green garters legal residents. Not visa holders not duris. Citizens of the united states of america are in l. hostages of the taliban thanks to joe biden well-done joe well-done folks eden pure has a new product. And i'm gonna have to one of these for my office because it doesn't look like heater. We're not allowed to have eaters in the office. So hypothetically speaking not that i would ever ever ignore the rules of the office of i brought something that looked like this cool space age. Something that doesn't look like a heater and it turned out to be one. I don't think key see. They come in and they look. I've lost heaters in the past. 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Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Let's go to the phones. Jared welcome to the erik. Erikson joe harry go near. Can you hear me. i can hear you So my question. Why so you know. What the the bosnian war was right. Coatesville war and all that jazz in the mid nineties and the two thousand right. Why have we been there for. Why twenty something years. And we're really gonna get told this thing about well we've been there for twenty years with their left to do and what are the odds. That survey is to go down kosovo's boundary line and just say alright coastal as part of serbia again. We've been there for what twenty two years you've been in that the yugoslav region for decades look. We've got more people in spain right now than we've had in afghanistan for the last two years. That's what i'm saying. I'm i'm like what is this. Fake no threat. you're talking about. We have people in place their far look like we get killed and the next right yet. Look i here's the thing for the last year and a half we haven't had any deaths in afghanistan Of americans and by the way overall in the last twenty years we've had two thousand nine hundred american deaths we've had seventy thousand afghan national deaths. They've borne the brunt of this the whole time. We've got people all over europe still after world war. Two south korea spread out over the world. A we do not have any bases of operations in central asia. Accepted ghosts in afghanistan. And you kind of need bases in central asia because you've got to destabilize situation in pakistan you've got iran even got parts of china if god forbid it ever comes to that Use becca stan turkmenistan. All there and we need to have strike capabilities in those parts of the world and we had them and now we felt qasr. Extent is becka. Stand to jesus dan kerr's China northern india pakistan iran as your by jan. I mean you're you're really close to all of those now. Sure we do have bases in the have been written saudi arabia. We do We've got our fifth fleet and horon But still having those forward air strike capabilities in afghanistan. We we had them and now we don't because joe biden donald trump. And you know they say well you know. Donald trump wanted to get out to do any of you believe if the chaos we were seen in afghanistan kept happening that donald trump would not obstruct back to you really think donald trump would have told americans. Don't come to the airport or would have when he found out they were being blocked. Committee report would have taken action. Do you really believe that really truly believe that you're wrong if you do.

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The Left's Obsession with Vaccine Mandates EXPLAINED

The Charlie Kirk Show

37:58 min | 4 months ago

The Left's Obsession with Vaccine Mandates EXPLAINED

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At charlie kirk dot com. Whether or you're getting the vaccine. This is now become the new tension point in our country that so few of our leaders are willing to fight on. I have to say thank you. I think senator ron johnson and senator rand paul. Two of the senators that have come out and said they are not taking the vaccine. I'm old enough to remember a democrat party such as elizabeth warren and bernie sanders. That used to not trust the pharmaceutical companies. I'm old enough to remember a democrat party that wanted to go after the pharmaceutical companies. For think it was the sadler family to bring an oxy cotton and do so much damage to middle america in a strange turn of events. Almost makes you dizzy. How many turn of events there are with the democrats. They are now. The defenders of the pharmaceutical billionaires crats are now selfies of themselves getting the vaccine and again. If you're pro vaccine. I hope it works out for you. I'm not anti vaccine. i'm not. I'm not pro vaccine. I'm in the middle. I wanna learn as much as i can about it. And i'm personally not taking vaccine. I've said that before sackler family not the sadler family. Thank you sackler. And now you have these democrats that of course goes step further because they can't help themselves thought enough just to get the vaccine. It's not enough. Just a virtue signal. Their cell fees with getting the vaccine. No they must always go a step further they must now mandate you get the vaccine so the first story i want to get to is a man who's music. I deeply respect. I don't know his politics. I don't this guy might be an international communist. I really don't know. All i know is that he had a very disturbing adverse reaction to getting the chinese corona virus vaccine and now he's speaking out against it coming under widespread condemnation for doing so but i just kind of love is courage and his clarity to speak out this. Of course eric clapton. Now if you want to put someone in the in the category of un cancelable eric clapton would probably be at the top. Arguably the best guitarist of all time eric clapton is a man who despite if if you think that in russia to tell eve and joy reed and joy behar can cancel eric clapton. Good luck and everyone knows eric clapton is. Music is probably touched. You in a variety. Different ways tears from heaven. Layla you name it. The man is as gifted as it gets and he had a very very troubling reaction to the chinese coronavirus vaccine so much so that he is now coming out and he's trying to warn people about what can happen. When you take the vaccine so i wanna play eighteen before we play cut fourteen. I want to say this is the beginning of many stories. I want to go into. Do you know that children going to prom are now being marked on their hands whether or not they're vaccinated or unvaccinated now. Of course we have no history whatsoever of marking people based on things they do. Or don't do so. It's not as if this is creepy or evil or reminds us of something of the twentieth century. Obviously did you know that in houston. Federal judge just threw out a lawsuit that requires a hundred seventeen workers to get vaccinated or otherwise otherwise lose their job. So let's play eric clapton. Who says look. I fear the vaccine and what it will do to my children. This is a guy who got it. Play tape my my fear about vaccination is what will they do too much older. Hotly reason might be the biggest part of the reason. Why on talking here today with you. I to told my daughters about they might not have kids. And i'm probably care. You know that point tommy. Life it's not an issue made aware of those risks. So i was never made aware of these risks now. Of course you have the hyper aggressive. Blue chuck know it alls on twitter. That are coming after eric clapton. With a form of aggression that could only be explained as evangelistic zeal. And what's so interesting is that and i'm just want to reinforce this point. Where are the anti-corporate democrats so with the same breath you've elizabeth warren. That says she wants to break up amazon. Because she doesn't trust corporate tycoons. She says that she wants to lower drug prices. Because that pharmaceutical companies are evil and then she posted a picture of herself getting the vaccine. Something here doesn't add up. Elizabeth warren and now by the maybe this vaccine is the best thing ever. Maybe this vaccine is a gift from god. Maybe this vaccine has no side effects. Maybe everyone who's taken a vaccine and then died from it. It's just an. it's just total coincidence. Maybe eric clapton really didn't have an adverse reaction. Maybe william shakespeare the first man to get the vaccine in the united kingdom eighty one years old celebrated and then died right after. Maybe he died because he had bad fish and chips. Maybe that's why william shakespeare died. Not because of the chinese coronavirus vaccine maybe the nine yankees players who got the vaccine and then tested positive for the chinese corona virus. Maybe they maybe they're just the exception to the rule. I don't know. But i am going to keep on asking these questions. And i also find it deeply creepy and i use that word intentionally. Creepy with how motivated the other side is to try to vaccinate everybody. In fact they go as far to say. You're a bad person. If you don't get the vaccine eric. Clapton has come back and he said very clearly in seriously that the vaccine is side effects. The vaccine is not something that he would recommend his daughters because she says well his daughters and his children he said there might be other side effects there now. Do you think that people should be segregated based on vaccination status. What if. I told you that new hampshire unvaccinated students are branded based on their vaccination status. What if i told you that. What if i told you and you guys can find the story at charlie. Kirk dot com net based on the vaccination status. Children are marked differently by the way children who are not even close at a major risk of getting a serious reaction or dying from the chinese corona virus not to mention if a child and eighteen year old gets the chinese corona virus. We hydroxychloroquine ivermectin as medicine. We have all sorts of different treatments that have now been proven to help but instead we're going to roll the dice and take the risk of mass inoculation now. Some people say that this is an emergency use authorization authorization. Some people emailed me and said this is a violation of the nuremberg code. Now based on the very simple reading of the nuremberg code says that you are not allowed to have experimental drugs put on a mass population the response by all the journalists of which i don't trust they say this is not experimental. This has gone through many different tests and treatments. What it is though is that this has emergency use authorization. This has not gone through the same couple years of trials and of test now to give a little bit of grace at the wrong word a little bit of an argument to the pro vaccine people. There was a lot of push. Try to get a vaccine in time to try to end the pandemic. so i'm not saying. I see it both ways. I'm just saying that that would be their counter argument. I know a lot of people have got the vaccine that have reacted terribly from it. So this is a very interesting question. Why are some conservatives that are in the radio business or in these speaking business or in the organizing business. Why are they defending the vaccine. Why are they not asking questions from the very same people that lied about lafayette square. They lied about the losers and suckers. They lied about russian bounds. They lied about hydroxychloroquine. They lied about masks. They lied about lockdown. They lied about the infectious rates. They lied about the death rates. They lied about nursing homes. Now the sudden they're gonna tell us the total and complete truth and nothing but the truth on the vaccine. This is the coming fight in the next couple months next segment. I'm gonna tell you about a hostage situation. I'm going to tell you about a real life hostage situation that you are a loved. One might be living through. That hostage situation is going to come to middle class workers across america. Get the vaccine or lose your job ever wondered how free to access social media companies. Make all their money will by tracking your searches video history and everything you click on and then by selling your valuable data but you don't have to give big tech website access to your data. That's why i choose to protect my online activity by using express. Apn when i use express vpn itemized. Anytime i go online and your presence will be hidden including your ip address that makes your activity more difficult to trace and sell to advertisers. What's even more expressive. Vpn encrypts one hundred percent of your data to protect you from eavesdroppers on your network and the express vpn app could be easier to use you just tap one button on your phone computer. And you're protected. Take back your online privacy with the vpn. I at express vpn dot com slash kirk. By visiting my link. You'll get an extra three months of express. Vpn service for free on a one year package again. That's x. p. r. e. s. s. vpn dot com slash kirk express vpn dot com slash kirk. Now let me say. I am not a lawyer and nor do i play one. I'm television. But i do have some questions about some of the laws regarding mandatory vaccinations. So there's a new story over the weekend. And i am so focused on this vaccine story because so many people are ignoring it. Now let me say it. Our young women's leadership summit are turning point. Usa women's leadership summit. I asked governor. Sarah palin who i just love sarah palin i just think she's great. Some people like oh she. Doesn't she stupid like honestly shut up. She's great. I like appeal. she's courageous. She loves her country. And she's made the right enemies. Big sarah palin. And she's so nice she was sweet and she was generous with their time and too great. And so i asked sarah palin are you taking the vaccine and she said oh no i'm not you know and the whole place erupted. Two thousand five hundred students and i was texting with a friend of mine. Who many of you know. And he said this is one of the issues that is the silent majority issues. This is one of those issues that gets people so fired up but so few people on television are talking about why so people few people on television talking about it. Well i do know that. The social media companies receive a ton of money from the pharmaceutical companies. I know that. Johnson and johnson pfizer and madonna or heavily funding facebook twitter and google for get the vaccine. Advertisements would by the way in case. You didn't know it. In the last couple of stimulus packages. There were extensive budgets for our own governments to go by advertisement on the tech companies platforms to go promote the vaccine in public health. Just to give you an idea of how corrupt that whole system is so when you go send in your which i'm very familiar with. You are funding the ability for our government to go by advertisements on social media. To tell you to go take a vaccine that you might not wanna go take. Let's representative government right and so over this last weekend. I have been just diving into all of these vaccine. Stories and offer still stands and producer andrew. Going to work on it. I would love to have someone from nih. Come on our program. I love someone from the national institute of health. Come on our program and answer. No one's gonna yell. No one's gonna scream. I won't interrupt on plug my microphone. How about that. I will ask a question and unplug my microphone to explain to our audience why we need to have mass inoculation out of also know what is the vaccination rate currently for the center for disease control. Why is it that so few members and employees of the center for disease control accented so over the weekend we have seen a hostage situation now for those of you that grew up and remember the iran hostage situation. You remember that hostage situations are tough to watch for you. Don't know what the iran hostage situation was. It was when the iranian government. I'm going to get this somewhat. Screwed up took american hostages. I gotta get. I got really reflect on some of the details. I think i'm gonna. I'm gonna. I can't remember where it was or the details surrounding it. Would i do remember is as soon as reagan became president. The hostage were hostages. Were released the next segment. I'm gonna refresh my memory on a lot of this is a lot of just kinda of wheeling and dealing but a hostage situation almost never ends. Well it doesn't end well for the people that are taking the hostages or the hostages themselves. What's happening right now. A federal judge just basically said half the country can be taken hostage just half the country's basically denying the vaccine judge tosses houston hospital workers lawsuit over vaccine requirement. Are you. I'm reading from reuters dot com a us. Federal judge has dismissed a brought by one hundred seventeen workers at a texas hospital over its requirement that vaccinated against the chinese corona virus u s district judge lynn hughes upheld houston methodist hospital policy mandate in employs be vaccinated in a ruling on saturday jennifer bridges. A nurse and lead plaintiff in the case has argued that if she was fired for refusing a vaccine. It'd be considered wrongful termination wrongful termination. She also said the vaccines are experimental and dangerous. The judge did not find merit in either argument. Which is again. I am not a lawyer. Nor do i play one on television. But how is that legal. Are you now able to mandate what your employees eat for lunch. because it's healthier for them. Are you able to mandate what your employees put into. Their own body is that is that now. The president that's been set in a five page decision says at the hospitals trying to do their business of saving lives without giving them the chinese corona virus. It's a choice made to keep staff patients and their families safer so under the guise of safety. You can control an entire. Us working population to get the vaccine against their will. This is a massive decision by now. You've all heard me talk about my pillow. 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I've ever seen casually on the monday morning edition of the new york times. What company do you think that is. Of course it's google. Google takes out a two page advertisement. Which of course is paying off the new york times. Obviously how much do you think this costs. Mrs probably a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar advertisement which is just a rounding error for google. Obviously but then they start to establish a relationship within the new york times. They start to maybe get lunch with one of their reporters. They can calm down potential stories of the new york times coming after them. The capital flow from the masters of menlo park straight into the pockets of the smear. Merchants of the new york times literally. You can see here if you're on rumble. This is a massive advertising by the way who who silly idea was this to have this much dead space in an advert. This is not even. They're not even advertising anything. This is basically a hand out to the new york times. There's no call to action. it's just google workspace. How it's done in case you are wondering it's done sustainably and i quote. Google workspace runs on the cleanest cloud in the industry. Whatever that means every email you send sheet you share dachshund edit and you join his net zero emissions. So maybe i'm behind the curve. But how is it when you have zoom. Call that there's emissions i am. I not reading this correctly. Maybe businesses that switch to google workplace have reported reductions in it energy use and carbon emissions up to eighty five eighty seven percent. The kind of impact. You can feel good about an proudly tell the world Yes if you use google you can be a participant in changing the world for the better. Let me see if they have something about racial diversity. Almost guarantee you. They're going to also say here that all one hundred thousand of google's employees from engineering to marketing to the phd's in quantum lab sounds really creepy. 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No such disclaimer. Weird how that works and you wonder why people are not diving. Deep into the stories that matter. It's because they're getting paid off. A hostage situation is no joke now. Let me ask you a question. What is a greater threat to the well being and the health of our citizens. Here's just a very honest question. Urban violence or mass. Vaccinations meaning the chinese corona virus. Why is it that our leaders are so focused on getting vaccinated. When we now know that there are therapeutic. Second help you when we are seeing one of the most dramatic increases in violent crime in american history. So bad that even the new york times can. That's where i got this thing. By the way. I was just flipping through the new york times and i found their their bribery scheme. Right there as virus recedes mayors confront an old adversary rising crime okay. The new york times has covering rising crime. It's bad if the new york times covering rising crime it has gotten to a place where they are trying to say. Hey we are going to lose if we don't do something about it by the way it's a four hundred thousand dollars ad by for two full pages in the weekday edition. So that's about a half million dollars. Yeah that was right and you're trying to you. Try to think you're trying to tell me that all of a sudden the that the new york times senior send reporters to google after this year right. The new york times has covered in extensively the rise in crime in chicago. And we've seen another wave of gun violence so now while our leaders are telling you you must get vaccinated or else you don't care about other people. We have just seen over the last weekend. In new york city there were sixteen shooting incidents and five homicides in chicago we saw similar amounts fact. There have been fifty two kid. Children kids shot in chicago in just this year. Shooting incidents in new york city are up sixty eight percent with a total of six hundred and two incidents reported compared to three hundred and fifty eight last year the south side of chicago resulted in one person. Killed at least nine others injured. Meanwhile police in chicago said at least three people were killed and forty five hundred injured and thirty two shootings this weekend in chicago just last week in chicago. One hundred two people shot and wounded a hundred sixteen people total shot fourteen total homicides and fourteen shot and killed just in june this week thirty people shot and killed one hundred seventy seven people shot and wounded two hundred seven people total shot and thirty total homicides your today in chicago there have been one thousand three hundred seventy one people shot and wounded one thousand six hundred fifty two people total shot in two hundred ninety eight total homicides with two hundred and eighty-one people shot and killed every two hours twenty four minutes. Someone is shot and wounded in chicago and have someone is murdered every thirteen hours. Thirteen minutes and our leaders are now saying that. If you do not get vaccinated you lose your job. The carnage in violent crime in our streets is absolutely and completely unprecedented. And so the question really remains why is it that our leaders are so focused on mandatory. Vaccinations is about control. Is it about trying to show that they have more power over you. Speaking of power alexandria ocasio. Cortez said the quiet part out loud over the weekend. Let's go to cut six. Were said that the hr one bill is nothing more than really a power grab because we cannot rely solely on wishing to win elections hr one. We'll make sure we win. Every election in the future cut six and especially if senate democrats are not going to pass reforms on hr one. We cannot rely solely on on a wish of winning elections. We can't wish we're going to win. Elections we need to make sure we're going to win elections and afc is also become a corporate schill. She is a spokesperson simply and solely for the vaccination push the pharmaceutical companies. There's an agenda at play here. And i don't know what it is. Obviously because they're all in agreement and they're all winking nodding at each other but as the carnage continues in the streets as the push for mail in balloting is relentless as the audits are now being questioned by our own federal government. Which is something. I'm going to get into in the next segment. People are now potentially going to lose their jobs if they dare stand up against it against the mass vaccinations. I can't imagine that this is legal but a federal judge just said that it is in fact legal met an employer can now say that you can do something against your deeply held religious beliefs. So here's a question can an employer now for some muslim to eat pork cannon employers. Say that you have to eat bacon because it's good for you to legitimate question. According to federal judge under the guise of safety you can do just about anything if cannon employer force a jewish person to eat a cheeseburger can an employer require their requires certain religious sect to have their children no longer be circumcised. Circumcise i'm just asking under the guise safety. What else can be done here. We are now seeing one of the massive overreaches of corporations. We predicted this. It's now manifesting itself. Vaccine control is not about vaccines. It's about control seems to be a repeating theme amongst those that wish to have domination and power over our lives and our livelihood and the story in houston i just have to reiterate it just now tossed out the complaints that shows that workers are asking why vaccines must be required there pleading so hostage situations only end in one of two ways. Either the hostages get shots or they get released and so really. The situation is this. They're saying that you're going to have to quit your job or get the vaccine to keep a paycheck. They are now holding people's livelihood the ability to provide for their family hostage to get a job in the arm of a vaccine with emergency use authorization with a lot more questions than answers. We don't rise up against this and say this is disgusting and reprehensible they're gonna do it to every single one of us you've heard it said there are only two things in life death and taxes will now. there's a third if you're with verizon. At and t. Mobile switching to peer talk will save you a lot of money in fact. Peer talk saves the average family of four over eight hundred dollars a year. And here's the best part. You don't have to sacrifice coverage because it's on the exact same network. One of those providers friends switching is so easy. You can keep your phone. Keep your number or get huge discounts on the latest. Iphones and androids right now. You can get unlimited. 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It's a written rule that i have to start wearing. This is not right. I'm very frustrated. And just one of the reach out to you. And what i should do. This is a very difficult situation because we have raised a very weak corporate class in our country. They are now acting like tyrannical government with so amazing that the government really does not have the right to do it. Corporations have the right to do against you to infringe on your freedoms and liberties and this is quite honestly the greatest fault line in purist libertarianism. We're seeing happened in real time. Pierce libertarianism say. Well go quit your job and find another one if you don't like it. It's really not that simple. It's not for a lot of you. That have a workflow that you like. And it's a issue like a mask and all of a sudden your rights and your liberties are now being violated and a judge won't even stand up for you so the question is what is the proper course of action. The only thing you could do is either. Leave your job not ideal petition your employer or your boss again not totally workable or achievable. Find other employees. That work the way you do in kind of create a free persons union and try to collective is your labor. We don't like the way that sounds but it's honestly the only choice. You have the try to be able to say that. I'm not going to be treated under your control just for that reason. Here's another one great this weekend as able to catch part of it online. My alma mater saint john fisher college put this out regarding the vaccine requirement. Students have to have vaccines before returning to class in the fall. Fulltime temporary independent contractors must have the vaccine by august. I if you do not get the vaccine as a worker. You must submit voluntary resignation. Which doesn't allow you to collect unemployment. Unbelievable this is saint. John's f j f c dot. Edu saint john fisher college. Which i'm guessing is a catholic school and the catholic schools have been terrible on this. This new york mandating. Vaccinations saying we know better than you. We know how great this is. Therefore we're going to have to mandate it for you if you do not get the vaccine as a worker. You must submit the voluntary resignation. Which doesn't allow you to collect unemployment. So we're going to hurt you. We're gonna make you suffer if you don't do what we tell you to do. And so what we're basically talking about here is who has control over your breath your ability to breathe as a worker and if our leaders and our politicians and the people in charge are not gonna begin to stand up for this goodness charlie. My husband works in a group of eighty workers. Only three are not getting the vaccine. Those three have completely different guidelines for wearing a mask testing four times a week and limitations on their family activities as well if they ever each turn immunity within their group. Doesn't that mean that the vaccine at safe and the non-vaccinated are no longer a threat of course but that's too logical. That's reasonable what they want. Right now is no different than a sit-down submit and show us that we are in control of you safety ism and scientism. It's not even a word but it's being used more and more often is now ruling the entire way that we have decided to employ people and hire people if you are an employer in your if you are an employer and you are mandating. Vaccinations you are doing. An evil thing to your workers and your customers you are violating their deeply held beliefs. And you do not know better. You don't know any more about the vaccine than than you. You are simply trusting the liars in the smear merchants. That have been wrong about almost everything. Charlie my adult special needs son lives in a group home and i was just told the group home director. He will not be able to receive services if he doesn't get the kobe nineteen vaccine. I live in the great state of florida. I think i'm being manipulated. My response director was well. Then i guess my son will not be receiving the services. Then i'm fighting for my son. Giving me suggestions for me is a really tough thing again. They have the power. We've given power to unelected faceless people that are now using it to potentially harm you either by getting the vaccine or harm you by withholding the paycheck. Thanks so much for listening everybody. Email us your thoughts. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com. And if you wanna get involved turning point. Usa usa dot com. God bless you guys speak to houston for more on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to charlie kirk dot com. Fbi has a certain mystique but for those who work here the intrigue israel. We're looking for experts from all backgrounds to bring our mission and your career to life visit. Fbi jobs dot gov forward slash radio.

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EXPOSING Loudoun County's Radical Gendered Speech Tyranny with ADF Plaintiff Monica Gill

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EXPOSING Loudoun County's Radical Gendered Speech Tyranny with ADF Plaintiff Monica Gill

"Hey everybody on the special episode of the charlie kirk show brought to you by our partnership with alliance defending freedom and again alliance defending freedom. They need your help. They need your help to step up to go to charlie kirk dot com and click on the atf. Banner at the top of the page. Or you can phone your gift to eight eight eight six seven zero fifteen ninety nine and look. What did they do. They come in and support. People like the guest on our program. Today monica gill. Who's a teacher at loudon county. High school they come in heroically. They come in courageously. They come in quickly to support the people that are being abused and targeted by the. Let's just call them bad folks. They're not good folks folks and atf. Steps up and supports them. So how do you support eighty epaulets tax deductible. You've to charlie kirk dot com. You click on the alliance defending freedom. Banner look these are christians. These are patriots. they are lawyers engaging l'affaire that we need right now so our conversation today is about a teacher monica gill. We talked to her directly about how she is being forced to call people different pronouns against her will. It is about freedom of speech. It's about religious liberty to great conversation and she has a wonderful message at the end of the episode. I think you're going to love to go. Charlie kirk dot com right now and click on the atf banner. I think you're going to really appreciate supporting. They're great organization. Email me directly freedom at charlie kirk dot com and get involved a turning point. Usa atp dot com again check out supporting alliance defending freedom. All right. monica gill is here alongside tyson. Lang hoffer senior counsel and director of the center for academic freedom at eighty f- buckle up. Here we go charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus. Or we are lucky to have charlie. Charlie coach running the white house. I wanna thank joe. He's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning for usa. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom by campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody welcome to this episode of the charlie kirk show. We are so honored to have with us today. A very important story with someone who was honestly a hero who is standing up against the indoctrination of students in schools across the country specifically in loudon county public schools and all of this is made possible thanks to our amazing partners at the alliance defending freedom which we are doing everything we can to help them out. You guys can go to charlie kirk dot com and help out alliance defending freedom. We are a big banner there. We're going to talk about that throughout this episode. I wanna welcome now to the up to our episode and our conversation a monica gill who is from loudon county public schools Who is standing up against what has been happening here. And is a teacher in the loudon. County public school system monaco. Welcome to the charlie kirk. Show thank you so much for having me in very excited to be here. Charlie lots the discuss and alongside of you is the wonderful man who helps run a lot of the legal cases and alliance defending freedom. Tyson lang hoffer think. I said that right. Almost yes. good. And welcome to the charlie kirk. Can't wait to dive into this with you as well as you represent this wonderful client so welcome all right. Let's get into this so at the loudon county public schools. Many people kinda know the outrage. That has been happening. In recent months especially over the last year in regards to critical race theory And in all the different kind of measures that have been put forward monica. You are suing loudon. County public schools in loudon county circuit court represented by the alliance defending freedom. What is your complaint against loudon county public schools. Well largely the issue is is such a huge magnitude. Because what's happened here is our school. Board is pursuing policies that our ideological are not educational in this palestinian particular. Eighty forty is harmful to kids. You know we have thousands of teachers and students who interact with each other every day in very loving respectful ways and we can do that without having policy like this which forces teachers and students to stay things that are harmful to kids. Say things that they don't believe in things that are adjusted quite. Frankly not true by on just you know a kid saying hey i want to be addressed by this particular pronoun. I'm no longer a he. Now a she. And that's you know they're pushing this very radical gender ideology on the entire public school system and quite frankly they're using our kids as pawns in a political battle which is just wrong. It is completely heartbreaking to me. And you know i can't be a party to that because these are our most vulnerable and so. That's one of the reasons why i wanted to get involved in this case and so the school board adopted a policy that will harm students and is based on unsettled. Science that basically now forces you to say something that is anti reality anti-science and could violate your very basic rights. So i i wanna ask you a question here just about kind of the the legal aspect of this of the law and i guess we'll start with you tyson. Is that kind of where. Where does the like where. Where do you think this case can be most effective in essence kind of what. Where has the school board overreached the constitutional limits when it comes to teachers rights. What it's done. Charlie is as monica senate adopted a policy which is kind of a one-size-fits-all policy which essentially grant students that complete right to dictate. What everybody else. Both staff teachers and students at school get to You know how they are referred to these other students and so what it's doing is it's forcing teachers and staff and other students to saint things that they think are true by essentially saying Referring to a boy a girl or girl or a boy war using up any number of that that hundreds of made up pronouns that any student wants to come up with and acting as if gender is this social contract as opposed to a biological reality. What it's doing is it's violating the freedom of speech. I'm teachers and also their free exercise religion under the virginia constitution yet and so they pushed this measure. Can you give us more detail either of you. What does that measures say. And what are the penalties associated with that. Sure you know what what. It's a very broad policy. Charlie so it addresses a number of things but essentially what it says. Is that any student without any substantial evidence chan the school. And tell them what they you know how they wanna be treated. And if they are they can be treated as a girl immediately without any substantial additives. That is for all bathrooms and locker rooms. That's for all sports and that's also were language and so essentially what it does is it puts the school and the ministers at the mercy of children many of those children who are suffering from genesis and other mental issues and it's doing now without any parental involvement without any medical diagnosis and it allows them to change that women. They can do one way in one class at another win. Another class due at one eight one one way and then change the very next day and teachers are expected to abide by those demands and cannot question it and the punishment is up to termination. I want to remind everybody back a couple years ago. Four or five years ago Then an unknown man jordan. Peterson warned that what was happening in canada. Which was i think. S- senate bill twenty six or something of the six in it That was he was a college professor at the university of toronto and was being forced to call his students by a certain pronouns. Exactly the same type of policy Jordan peterson then went out into the streets and was heckled and the video went viral. No one had heard about jordan peterson before that he's obviously now a household name sold millions of copies of books. But the critique from the american media was that this would never happen here. I mean come on. And that's the canadian constitution right. They don't respect. The bill of rights and jordan peterson was trying to say. You don't understand. This is going to be the decline of the west if we do not have the ability to recognize basic fundamental science and also as soon as you control my speech. You force me to do something. Then you are picking up the gun on the table. And you are becoming the autocrat and you are becoming the tyrant. So monaco walk us through in as much details. You're comfortable sharing. What compelled you from hearing this policy to now wanting to sue your employer. Well you know. Is that a long process coming to it. But you know i think the thing that really gets me the most is that there really is an honest debate going on right now about how best to care for kids who suffer from genders fauria and our school board has essentially picked. Once i debate and they have mandated it for everyone for the entire school system making all teachers and students complicit not in. It's completely wrong. It is not the job of government to mandate things. another job to mandate care is not their job to mandate speech. It's not their job to mandate how i interact with my students and so again this whole notion of they're going to mandate what is supposed to happen between me and my students is just completely off. That is government overreach. I mean. I'm not the expert that might lawyer is on the first amendment but i am a government teacher. I know enough to know that it is always wrong. In his voice harmful for government to force mandate people to say things that they don't agree with and to be complicit and participate in activities. That they think is wrong and so again you know i. We have to stand this. This is not right what our school board is doing. And it's trickled down to this local level and it just it means we have got to stand against it or we lose everything just like you said and so you've taught transgender students in the past and you've had great relationships with them to tell us about that so i definitely had transgender students in the past i have loved and respected each one of them. I think that those feelings are very much mutual and When i've had them in the past if they wanted to go by a different name. I certainly would call them by that name but never affirmed to a boy that he was a girl or to a girl that she was avoid. Because it's just it's not true but you know even though i can't affirm that a boys a girl or the girl is what i can do is what i've been doing for the last twenty six years and that is embracing with open arms and having love and respect for every single student walks across the threshold into my classroom. And i really feel like. That's my mission charlie. I mean i have painted above the threshold of my classroom. You are loved. I tell my students that. I love them all the time. I say you know goodbye. Guys have a great day Loves you put it on all their papers. I give them a bonus question on every quiz or tasks that says mrs gill loves me. A true b. false and the whole thing that again. This is my mission. I know how hard it was to be in high school to have yourself just trying to figure out your identity to be pushed little boxes by your peers. And i just want these kids to know that they're are seen and their loved in. It doesn't matter what little boxes they're shoved into by their peers. It doesn't matter what their peer status is. It doesn't matter what grades they have. Is they have a in my class or an f. In my closet day here at least once in the day it's somebody loves them unconditionally and i treasure being not voice to them so i guess the question then. Is this a solution in search of a problem. What was this. A widespread problem in the district was were there. Were a bunch of men who think they're women who are suffering from a very serious mental problem gender dysphoric you're right. They deserve care and compassion for you know deep seated mental issues which i think they should be given that. But was this some sort of massive crisis or is this something that was proposed. Either provoke a response or to try and micromanage. Somebody's speech either of you. I think charlie one of the things. You're saying you guys. You guys are involved in the school board issues across the country. In what you're seeing is. This is not an isolated issue. But it's not because there is a huge problem. It is being driven by outside influences. Who are coming in and trying to mandate a radical ideology and trying to change people's beliefs. That's what they're doing is a goal to indoctrinate at with an ideology because what we see across the country is teachers. I get calls from teachers across the country. Saying i love my students. I want to remain in the classroom. I want to continue to communicate the truth to them. But i'm being forced to lie to them. And that's that's what we're saying. We're not seeing some problem out there whether these teachers that are abusing children. That's not the issue. The issue is outside forces trying to mandate ideology and one thing. That's really important charlie to understand. Is this the law. But that caused this. Virginia specifically says that a must adopt a policy that's in accordance with evidence based best practices. That's in the statue in an instead of doing that. The department of education adopts this model policy which literally allows a kindergarten student. Do tell their teacher that they want to be referred to as a different gender without any parental involvement without any medical diagnosis and then forces all teachers to participate in this social transition and we know that social transition will lead to a prospect hormones to hormone suppressants and then onto surgery. But if they're allowed to go with you know they are treated at an assistant and not going social transition eighty to ninety percent of them by cuban we will choose their biological sex. That's what the evidence sets but the department of education is all about loudon. County has ignored all of that and is instead forcing teachers like monica to participate in this social transition which has got a harm their students. Are this. want to remind everybody if you are moved to try to do something about this tragedy go to charlie kirk dot com alliance defending freedom. Banner to that you guys can get in on that. We're going to get into how eightieth has kind of. Come to the rescue here in a second. I just want to remind everybody is so important because the other side the of the aclu they have all these groups unlimited resources to go sue on the other side of this right so where i grew up in the suburbs of chicago palatine high school kind of became ground zero for the bathroom issue tyson. You know you probably know it very well and the aclu came in with millions of dollars and pr campaign and all of it so now. Men can go into female restrooms in palestine highschool female locker rooms and basically the end of male spoiled female sports as we know it Aclu does that all the time and adf really is are equivalent of doing what needs to be done in the courts and in otherwise so everyone can check. Charlie kirk dot com and click on the banner there and please consider contributing to the freedom fund. It's incredibly important. So i wanna ask monica again about kind of dive deeper into this assuming as a big deal Did you try to get this fixed in other ways i well. I've been actually speaking to the loud term sobered for a couple of years now really since august of twenty nineteen when they started this whole equity diversity and inclusiveness initiative. And i've been speaking about all of it From critical race theory to the transgender policy. And honestly it has been pretty much met with silence which is very frustrating and when it got to the point where Ten or cross was put on leave for the things that he said That of course just got me even more. Fire my belly over this issue And it's not tanner also for a long time. So when the When the opportunity came in. I was able to be a part of this. I just said i have to. I have to take a stand along with Tanner my brother. You know and And kim as well so it is a big deal. I can say That it didn't it wasn't really a hard decision. Actually because after two years of really fighting and being frustrated and not being heard to finally have someone come and say hey you know. We've we've got you on this. And we have the resources and the manpower and the knowledge and everything that you need in to actually take this fight to the next level in an godwilling win I was on board. So i wanna just kinda catch our audience up. Tanner cross is a pe teacher or was at leesburg elementary school and spoke out against a proposed policy at a public school board meeting and then he laid today's later put an administrative leave and his actions were labeled as disruptive now. He's suing the school board her violating his freedom of speech and free exercise of religion and has been temporarily reinstated to his position. While the case continues sense this meeting. The policy has been adopted forces teachers and school officials to violate their deeply held religious beliefs by saying things. They don't believe and are untrue. And so let me ask a question. Monica and then i have a question for you. Tyson which is on the ground in loudon county. Public schools are parents starting to get fed up with this. Are they really starting to rise. I mean we're seeing the images we're seeing all that but the critique is like oh that's just a minority of of parents. Is that true. No i don't think it is a minority. I think we have a huge groundswell of parents and interestingly enough it is parents who run across the political spectrum it's not just the christian conservative parent or the christian conservative teacher. We have parents and students and teachers from across the entire political spectrum. Are looking at this and saying this is wrong. This is harmful to kids who should not stand for it. And that has been heartening to see. I n had many parents who come up to me or send me emails saying thank you. You're you're fighting the good fight fellow teachers as well. But i think for me. The most heartening thing is van students who have come to me and said thank you so much mrs gail for taking a stand for us and i think the important thing about what they're saying is they realized that the standards for them that as much as it is about you know my free speech rights in my you know freedom of religion in tanners in kuenz. It goes beyond that. This is really about these kids. What's best for them. It's the large picture of my Responsibility as a teacher who loves to do the things that are right and best for them. Well and you've been doing a wonderful job that but the school district feels as if they need to insert themselves into your the way you're teaching students. I'm not joking soon. They will say that. You're not able to tell your students who love them. Because you told me that what you say. Because that's the next thing tyson is that is that a bridge too far now. You know that that's absolutely true charlie. Because the monica is not. They're not the only teacher we present. We currently represent a teacher. Peter flaming who was a teacher for eight years in williamsburg virginia and he was fired as a french teacher because he wouldn't refer to a female student as a male and he had a great track record they were trying to knowledge dictate how he referred to the student in her presence but said the outside of her presence she he must do that and if they heard he was avoiding the use of the pronoun an using our name he would still be fire. So they're trying to control everything. This isn't just about interacting with students. It's all your language everywhere. We currently represent professor nick. Mary mother twenty year old austrian religion professor at shawnee state university. He was punished for not referring to a a a male student as a female and they argued that his speech is not at all protected. He had no protection in the classroom at all they were trying to dictate everything he said in a classroom. That's completely contrary to everything. The supreme court has about professors in. They said we have to attack. The marketplace of ideas are schools. They said that our nation will shrivel up and die if we began controlling what the teachers are able to say in the classroom in their interactions. Because we can't export truth. We can't explore these big ideas and the the the solution to our big problems if the government comes in and start saying what you can say those classrooms and that's exactly where we are. We are headed on that. So sa- tyson. I wanna follow up. What is the status of the case. You guys filed it back in august. Where does the case stand. Yes so there's the good news. Is we follow them. Half tanner initially. We had a hearing. The court granted the injunction reinstated. Tanner to the classroom. He was able to finish out the year which was great. They appealed to the virginia supreme core and about three weeks ago. The virginia supreme court affirmed the in johnston and how that the school had likely violated tanner's rights and that he was rightly reinstated which is very encouraging. We then added monica jim. As plaintiffs to challenge the policy directly. We'd file a motion for a preliminary injunction. Were asking the court to order the school to not force that these teachers speak messages that they disagree with and we're waiting on the court schedule hearing so we're hoping within the next week the court will schedule hearing and we'll open have a ruling on that within the next couple of weeks and so monaco wanna ask you a broader question because speaking out is not something. Many people are comfortable doing I'm talk a little bit about some of the backlash you've received. I'm sure some of the negativity. Because so many people email us on our podcast freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. They say charlie. I don't know if i could do it. You know i. I wanna live my comfortable life. I don't wanna lose friends. I wanna be popular. I want to remain wealthy. And i do want to see the country saved but you know i i wanna be loved. I wanna stay my country club and we actually get emails like this. that's fine. They can make their own decision. You know georgia's pat and said that moral courage is the most necessary yet. Absent characteristic and men as aristotle would say courage is the ultimate virtue because of that there are no other virtues. Where do you get your courage from the lord to be honest with you I spent many years being afraid of eking up being afraid of speaking up about my conservative values at school even to certain extent among my colleagues about my faith. I've always been pretty open about being a christian in the classroom with my students but When they pushed this initiative on starting to push this equity diversity and inclusion initiative in august twenty nineteen. I all i can say to you charlie. Is that literally. I went from a place of fear to righteous anger. You know that you angry. But don't sin and saying okay. We'll then now. What do i do and literally. I just felt the lord. Remove all my fear and send sound. I just said to him. I'm gonna be obedient anything that you asked me to do any door. You asked me to walk through. I will walk through it. And now i'm on the charlie kirk. She hope there you go and the lord will bless anyone that stands courageously in his name. Monica i do want to ask you to expand on a little bit because we've been focused on your lawsuit in your complaint on the gender kind of tyranny which is really important The the pronoun language tyranny. I should be more specific. Talk more about this equity diversity inclusion that has been the majority of the outrage from some of the public pressure. At least what. I've seen right. So that is just the larger umbrella of things that are falling under the policies that they're pushing which are again ideological includes the policy eighty forty as well as their critical race theory agenda which essentially is using Our teacher training as an opportunity to indoctrinate teachers with the day sick ideology of critical race theory And then expecting implicitly. Expecting that to trickle down into the classroom and of course we're seeing the impact of that as well so Again this will board. Is this pressing policies that our ideological the air not educational in. We have to stand against this. This really is definitely marxist ideology being pushed on our kids they are trickling down into the classroom to indoctrinate them. And as i said we're seeing the interactions with kids intensify in ways that are negative because of both critical race theory and the transgender policy. And this is not the way to education. Mrs not the way to teach kids how to interact with one another in heaven navigate relationships and again that would be. Why i'm you know. So thankful for tyson. Eighty f- and as i said the lord putting me here not just on charlie kirk show but in this court case giving me the opportunity to Type for the kingdom so. Let me ask you one other question. Monica about that. How many years have you been teaching in. Loudon county public schools. So in i believe this is my twentieth year loudon or seven years so let me ask you someone who's been teaching for twenty seven years. You know what you're doing. You know how to build people of good character. How has education change from the top down were were. You've seen it go in a direction that you probably never thought it would go. That's a great question charlie. I can say that. I've you know i've really watched the culture and education shift dramatically. I would say in the last five years. It has been Very dramatic in terms of kid culture and Just the number of kids that. I have now who suffer from all kinds of mental health issues anxiety russian of verses the number of kids that i had when i first started teaching twenty seven years ago astronomical the number of kids who suffer from gender or same sex attraction again. I need a handful of those in my first few years teaching. It's so many more now. The number of kids who suffer from you know suicide aviation now compared to twenty years ago again all of these things increasing. I think a lot of it probably has to do with the level of time they spend on their phones and social media and being influenced By that wider culture but within education itself is slowly starting to see things kind of wear away at teachers our ability to really instill good character. I think it's important to understand like in education. We we keep saying. Oh we have to teach character but you don't teach character you actually develop character you build character. How do you do that. Well if you don't put your name on your paper you get a point off if you're late for class you get a penalty. If you're late doing your assignments you have a penalty if you cheat you have a penalty and over the last probably ten years. I've noticed all of those things. Start to kind of trickle away. You know we had a time period where you know. We can't great homework. We you know we can't Great anything that would be considered a easier like not putting your name on your paper which seems like a very simple thing but those little things all taken away add up over time to now you know you have expected me in this classroom to not only educate kids but also instill character in that. You've taken away all of the tools that i have to be able to do that. Job well So it's it's pretty rough. That's unfortunately the state of american education. I hate to say so enclosing. Tyson talk broadly about eighty f- and how eighty f- charges clients. Nothing you come in and help people that are under attack and you elevate them in all sorts of different places. Not just them. You support them. And it's charlie kirk dot com. Click on the atf. Banner tyson tell us tells it. Tell us even more about idea is the world's largest law firm that focuses on the protection of freedom of speech free exercise religion marriage and family rights parental rights and right to live and we've had phenomenal success thanks Thanks to the lord's blessings. we've had thirteen victories. I in the last eleven years at the. Us supreme court. We've participated in in our twenty five years in more than sixty four victories at the us supreme court in some way or another. And we've got more than seventy attorneys. That are working every day. Providing free legal advice to people. Like monica. And kim and tanner because these cases many times will last for years and they incur millions and millions of dollars in fees Even almost nobody could can afford to do that. Because we're not talking about damages monica's recovering damages from this. This is just standing up for her legal rights and the important thing about this is monica stance. Not just for her. It's for ameri teacher across the country. It's very parent across the country. Who doesn't want their student to be forced to speak messages. They disagree with these. Are broad principles are going to protect every bunny and monica's willing to stand for that and that will benefit everybody and so you know we are an organization that says we're standing for mental rights. And we're we're doing that because we think it's right and so we would love your listeners. Support financially it would be great because we can. There are more far more requests than we can ever do with as you said the the opposition has a lot more resources than we do but finally just want to add one last thing charlie on. Not only can they do that. We need to win the legal battles but we have to win the public opinion. Bows we have to win public advocacy and one of the things about courage is that it becomes less than more people that say they said. Tanner was courageous. You said three things. I love my students. I don't want to lie to them. And i don't want to call a boy a girl. The vast majority of americans believe those three things i would say. They're good but they said he was courageous for saying it. Why did they say that because very few people are willing to say that they may believe it but they're unwilling to say it so it wore people would say that and speak it and tell why educate themselves wouldn't be so courageous and it would be much easier for each one of us to speak those messages. The we know deep down. we believe. but we're afraid to say twelve. Charlie kirk dot com. Check out the banner. -tising thank you so much monitor. Yes final count. Yeah can i just add like one last thing in terms of just a broad ten thousand foot view of this issue and that is that you know we have sort of got to get back to the basics of language. The language matters that words have meaning that words conveying meaning and so if teachers and students are forced to use a pronoun or another student. That is not an alignment with their biological sex Then we're conveying to that student that Gender fluid and that's not true. That's not an alignment with science. That's not in alignment with their inner biology. And that's not in alignment with reality so the best thing that we can do to love and care for any individual is to speak to them in language that is true precise and inconvenience with reality in a suite. Really think about it. I think are these kids in some ways are in rebellion against the fact that every single one of us we actually have a word stamped inside of us. The word stamped inside of us. The abbreviated version is either apps. Apps or x. y. But if you unravel that abbreviation you get the human dna strand which scientists say is three billion letters long. If you stop those letters out they are seven thousand times taller than the empire state building. How then can as human beings. We have tacitly to look at that word. The longest word known to humanity. And saying there's no author behind it. There's no precise definition behind that word We could define that word however we want when we do that. We're actually living in a lie and we've lost ourselves and i think heartbreakingly for me what i see with many of the transgender kids that i've had in the past. Is that that. That's what's going on with him. They think that they can redefine who they are in. That's not reality. They have lost themselves. You'll hear them say things. Like i'm just trying to be my true and authentic self and my question is always. Is that really what's happening. Are you really trying to be your true and authentic self or are you in rebellion against your authentic self. The word stamped inside of you and the adults around them are doing them. No good service by pushing it Saying yes you go this direction rather than equipping them with the tools. They need to embrace the reality of who they are. They're they're actually erasing who they are losing their true identity rather than embracing it so beautifully. Well said everybody ship into the freedom. Charlie kirk dot com thank you. Monica analyzed ending friedman tyson. Abbas you guys up too soon. Thanks so much for listening everybody. Email us your thoughts freedom. Charlie kirk dot com go to charlie cook dot com and support eighty at alliance defending freedom. 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