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"The go ahead sorry no. I'm so you know again. You know i know where i'm jumping the gun here putting the cart for the horse but a race racism is alive and well in this country and it's deeply rooted in the federal government deeply rooting federal government state government. It's city government so yes <hes> that same <hes> that same listener <hes> is listening today and <hes> wanted to add a little extra to that last conversation regarding deepa very very simply put <hes> he wanted us to know the personnel reduction that i spoke about earlier in fire meyer work <hes> those positions were actually not transferred to fight fire. They were never filled so they just removed them just lovely yeah. That's that's what happens. More times comes in nonce just eliminate the position nobody'll ever know. Fire will burn only this time. They lost all town so all right. <hes> finally got my backup caesar free to read stuff on the screen so all right brother when we transition into native news yeah. Let's first article dougie the george kenney need to. I think that's pronounced. Forgive me sir. If i didn't pronounce that correctly breaking the hold of the doctrines of discovery this comes to us by way of indians dot com and the byline essential words and phrases a native history related to the doctrines of discovery by a a author of that title no effective <unk> discussion. Excuse me on any native issue you said that word again and i'll replace it with problem can be done without understanding the following words and phrases if we are to break the chains of federal trust in air quotes and colonial paternalism in quotes again we must know our opponents and have a strong command of our collective history's very true. Every native person has deeply excuse me has been deeply affected by the following words and they the power contain as ray ray fatten can't pronounce the guy's name it should be able to <hes> the great mohawk teacher showed the only way to true freedom and liberation shen is to know your indigenous history and be prepared to challenge the assumptions of racial superiority inherent in the doctrines of discovery free you a supreme court justice better known as r._g. R._p._g. ruth bader ginsburg no great defender of native people cited the papal bulls in writing the decision which ended land reclamation efforts in new york state so for the background noise. There's a storm approaching power. I hope not despite the grotesque ask blatant violation of the federal law by new york state and stealing native land's justice ginsburg cited the doctrines of ah in the city of <unk> shrill versus a nation <hes> five four four u._s. One seven seven one nine eh excuse me in twenty five and this fondue julie small as the rationale for the u._s. Assuming authority over all indigenous lands uh-huh early two thousand five or as late as two thousand five. I thought they struck that down but i guess not. This is odd given that her jewish ancestors were subjected to formal expulsion and activists suppression by christian nations in europe who sided i did the papal bulls as just caused for their actions. Millions of human beings had died as a result of the doctrines with subsequent by environmental degradation derm. Damn buses papal bull of june eighteen fourteen fifty two by pope nicholas v authorized king afonso five of portugal to conquer saracens enemies of christ in out pagans into to perpetual servitude affirmed by popes six the fourth in fourteen eighty one and leo although the tenth and fifteen fourteen you know it's it's rich that these these non natives sit up on on their gold embossed thrones yeah and in in lord over people that they don't know that they've never seen they could care less about but a long history of it very very long history. I was just trying to pull down the video. That's included in this article brother examinating diva tony i sure i butchered that they're really issued may three fourteen ninety three and inter capterra on may fourth fourteen ninety three by pope alexander the six grant to spain all lands one hundred leagues west of the azores well that would incorporate the lands that <hes> the fool cristobal columbus stumbled upon style columbus this goes on onto you know to list all of the they lands that the doctrine gave these various countries reese the authority to subjugate and plunder <hes> the roman catholic the church was concerned about the legitimacy of its authority to make the territorial grants and concessions in areas which are not christian since the church itself head head and is an entity which secured its power from an alliance with the roman empire it looked to the romans for legal means to invade subdue do in control a given population of state which i just stated <hes> the rest of this is gonna be in the show note i my latin is horrible so i'm not going to attempt to budge. You're all of these various names but i will. I will read the definitions. Go ahead arthur say. I have what looks like <hes> the embedded video in this article for you. Guys are from steve newcomb who actually speaks on this regularly <hes> on the doctrine a discovery. He's also someone that <hes> that <hes> both i would say <hes> where am i losing john. Kane and also <hes> mark <hes> speaks <unk> speaks of <hes> quite highly <hes> because of his <hes> <unk> dissertations around the subject of the doctrine a discovery so we can always play that two brother. Oh let's let's let's hear it. Let's see here we like to when we first time to speak to original nations and people that are the california which this is here in this area that we just take a moment to acknowledge people's at this turtle altogether which is what we downhill in america and just not thinking of we just came from an event at the the oregon country fair and we were not a little bit about that land because we were introduced to all of this and they're talking about the cavaliers the this is all on that land air and just thinking it was built around so we'll also you little bit more about that historic documentary film i feel very honored and he's meeting with my father working that literally the forty year journey probably my whole life that he began doing this research. This is actually stephen newcomb's daughter speaking shawna and then in nineteen ninety-two two he started this global campaign has worked very very hard with many hours and it's really amazing to see it now. Becoming a global movement where there's universities and conferences that are talking about the doctrine of discovery at a woman just came up and told me she heard about some buddy talking about in washington and she had never heard of it before. Orange early excited to see the film so the word is spreading and the more that we can start to see would like to say it's not great thing but it's the social political ecological crisis that we're seeing in the world right now. It's so obvious it's like break shining neon lights in our faces and it's breaking breaking our hearts open. This is a really hard time and it's sometimes we wanna look away but this is not a time to go away. It's time to really pay attention and learn this deeper history so that we can start to come to a greater understanding of one another and on an indigenous level. We share that perspective. We don't often see that in history books. We don't often see that taught in the world so that's why this information is quite new to many people <hes> so i i greatly deeply honored that you're here really appreciate this great turnout and i'm going to introduce my diet. This is steven newcomb legal scholars speaker author there and he's traveled all around the world and been on world stages and then great things we look forward to sharing me with you this evening and we'll talk a little bit more with acuity attorney after the film. Here's thank the sponsors of this event and thank all of you for coming this evening and i want to acknowledge the california people colloquia nation on whose territory this building this church and the entire area everything here earliest here <hes> is such situated on their territory and i did that is very important to have that honor and respect for every nation and people of this great turtle island and throughout this hemisphere we have an opportunity in watching this movie to understand the underlying patterns that have been afflicting not only our nations and peoples but ecological systems throughout the planet and i and affecting everyone at this time we have the responsibility and the opportunity to come together on the basis of other types of patterns of reverence and respect and honor and you'll hear virgil hill straight my great friend and mentor <hes> very wonderful oglala lakota into spiritual leader. You'll hear him discuss those ideas and the film toward the end. This is difficult to watch. There are are aspects of it that are very challenging. I want to emphasize that. We are not doing this to attack anyone's religious beliefs it unless the app stevia belief in domination but <hes> but in terms of trying to attack christians or something like that is not our objective our objective is to take the very specific types of information found in ancient vatican documents from from the fifteenth century that i've been able to study in latin english since nineteen eighty nine and to express that information in this movie and explain how those patterns have devastated so many nations and peoples and have contributed to the kinds of dysfunction and <hes> tom patterning that we see that is not working. I also want to acknowledge <hes> friends and family my sister beverly and my niece dinara and <hes> sus great to see them here and i also want to acknowledge mark harris <hes> <hes> it's interesting thing my wonderful friend john garland house who passed on not that long ago i immediately after here he had passed. I was going through some things in my house and alpine california and happen to stumble upon us a cassette of an interview that mark had done he interviewed piro logan myself and john arlinghaus in nineteen ninety-two and and it was just quite amazing to hear that all the way back then we were discussing these issues. I also want to acknowledge bob tom and a friend and my gosh we've known each other for as long as i've been doing look before i even started this work i think or at least i was <hes> in in at the university. I oregon planning to go into federal indian law. We've had many many wonderful conversations <hes> at that time so anyway without further ado i'm gonna go ahead and start the movie and i look forward to quip you in a and and <hes> there's so much to discuss and i look forward to other opportunities attorneys to come back and do this again so thank you very much for being here one issue so it looks like in this clip and this is in the article <hes> they started that film stopped it and the film is called the doctrine of discovery unmasking the domination code and and <hes> and then it looks like they come back for <hes> what i was would assume q. and a. about the film so obviously we're not seeing the film. Some of the questions may not make sense tends to us but then again it might so this'll be in the show notes. It's linked to it and <hes> by all means. Please please check it out and <hes> in in follow his work because <hes> it it's quite extensive as you can imagine and <hes> and from some of us at least are quite so <music> all right <hes> let me get back into our rundown weather in the next article up here it says <hes> <hes> let's see the title reads the conversation indigenous peoples forced to fight for basic rights at the article open here and this is also from indians dot com and actually i have to step away from the microphone brother. Could you actually start us off on on this sure and then i can take it from you. I apologize but that's okay right back. Sorry the conversation. Indigenous peoples forced to fight for basic rights a blockade points to fail failures of justice in pay impeding. Excuse me reconciliation in in canada. There's that word reconciliation again in order for well well we we have really nothing to reconcile as native peoples even in canada. There has been an accountability that hasn't been owned up to by most governments on turtle island. Yes there have been some some and my opinion empty platitudes of apologies gates but those apologies aren't backed up with actions. They ring hollow. This article comes to us by justin townsend. Tillers <unk>. National government submitted an urgent request to the united states date. I'm sorry to the united nations special reporter on the rights of indigenous people early in july officials asked ask the u._n. To visit tests n benny who are known better known as fish lake one hundred twenty five kilometers southwest of williams james lake british columbia until squat <unk> claughton territory. If i mispronounced name i'm sorry they told you when they were alarmed about the imminent violation of <hes> their human rights intestine benny fish lake because the seco mines ltd advised the tillers quoting on june fourteenth company opening planned to begin exploratory drilling in the area piston binney is rich with rainbow trout supports a sockeye sockeye salmon run and it's connected to a watershed. That's home to a threatened grizzly. Bear population is also a site the major cultural livelihood in speech spiritual significance for the ila squadron. How did it come to this year's years. After key decisions that would have been that would have seen excuse me to end mine activity in the area well no. It's easy to figure it out. <hes> do you wanna pick up from there. You want me to keep going. Let's let me find. I was listening but let me find your place place. I'll keep going. I got it okay so five years ago. The supreme court of canada recognized the physical and in <hes> title over seventeen hundred square kilometers of their traditional territory only a portion of their traditional territory directly adjacent to the proposed mining <music> area the nation does not concede that their territory is limited to that which is recognized by canadian law and that's very very very common. You guys <hes> very very very great example. That would've been <hes> if you think back if you've listened to the show for weiland arlen think back to the dakota access pipeline when then <hes> then tribal chairman dave archibald told the representatives representatives of <hes> of the oil company that <hes> we recognize our ancestral territory which really the encompasses the entire state of north dakota okay so here's another example this in canada <hes> where the tribes determine women who were their ancestral territories lay not a <hes> occupying government so we see <hes> in two thousand twelve <hes> the the b._c. Court of appeal confirmed <hes> typical aboriginal hunting and dan trapping rights beyond the recognized tidal area in forty three. Excuse me four thousand three hundred eighty square kilometers of their traditional territory including <hes> the types then <hes> beanie area the federal government twice refused to grant permission <hes> to task oh mines ltd take for a mine near pets and binnie in two thousand ten and again in two thousand fourteen in two thousand thirteen a federal review panel panel declared that the mind even with a revised design after its earlier rejected iteration would have adverse effects excuse me adverse impacts on water quality fish and fish habitat and wetlands ecosystems the panel also determined the project would adversely impact impact indigenous peoples cultural heritage their ability to use their lands for traditional purposes and archaeological and historical resources adverse environmental and cultural impacts despite objections from both <hes> the the first nation and the national government and the federal government to building the mind b._b._c. approved the permit for task mines ltd for exploration in twenty seventeen contain first nation national government sought your halt pasco mines ltd ac activity by appealing to canada's supreme court but on june thirteenth eighteenth court refused to hear the appeal <hes> aka <hes> legal cowardice <hes> and i added that by the way that that was in your article just so you guys know <hes> the mining companies prevent <hes> provincial permit allows for hi impact and extensive activities including road building and expansion plus drilling and excavation near tetsu benny and naba. 's an an area that chief joe <hes> alfons refers to as quote sacred to us as a church and quote awesome imbedded video in this in october two thousand fourteen the taif codeine communities of honeywood dean and unison dean announced their intention to create gate dash cicle trouble pork or hog oil on meaning there for us. The hogwill on is proposed. I land water and wildlife management area located in traditional tight codeine territory about one hundred twenty five kilometers southwest of williams liam's late b._c. After decades of pressure for development by forest and mining industries in the area dash akot trouble park offers an alternative vision for the management and governance of the land one that reflects the values of the local people this vision includes actively engaging in environmental stewardship developing a sustainable economy that supports jobs and upholding the land as a place where taif codeine culture and language can thrive you to learn more about our vision for daschle travel park visit dot co dot org so some tribal parks and <hes> i as are not yet legally recognized in in canada. They dare for lack. The type of protection ensued by conventional protected areas such as national parks unlike conventional parts. They are indigenous lead had managed according to the indigenous law and knowledge systems and allow for certain types of occupation harvest in economic activity within their borders orders. There is a perfect example of success when you actually leave native people alone and manage their affairs so the rest of this again would be in the in the show notes well worth the read and again. There's also an embedded video that adds some some some clarity as well by the way this is a breaking point to talk about <hes> the podcast it the advantage of listening to our podcast subscribing to our podcast is often times. What i get to do is correct all the mistakes they are we may have made in the live broadcast and i can actually add a depth to a conversation including <hes> clips so <hes> you know for what's lacking in the live broadcast today for example in another couple of days. You probably can go back and listen again and <hes> and you'll hear some additional content so that's just one of the small nuances just wanted to point that out a step over to chat for a quick mandating so the conversation kind of switched over to epstein and i was reading this morning only that he had committed suicide. Yes <hes> financier. Jeffrey epstein who was facing federal sex charges has has died of suicide. No i got that as well <hes> from the c._b._s. App now of course <hes> there were pastis between epstein and the cheeto in the white house for <hes> epstein particular <hes> who liked act young women. Shall we say girls. <hes> i don't i don't i don't revel in someone's death breath. Obviously he was troubled individual so i i guess i can put prayers out to family. 'cause i always like to say folks somebody. I loved him right yeah so that's that's very true. That's too bad that <hes> his death. I'll just say that i'm i call it a suicide but it's too bad. His death is going to preempt any investigations. That is the world in which we live but moving on okay <hes>. Actually i don't know maybe we'd do it here. Why don't we <hes> take a music break. Jer we can then we can go into main content. Is that cool yeah. <hes> one play an artist i <hes> we actually have his video of on our facebook page. As we speak so you guys can certainly go watch it. There was a postal listening to right now. It's up to you. <hes> the albums called brown arnie's beautiful. The artists is a mecca in this particular. Song is called browning of america here. We go the doc uh-huh in everybody's heart uh-huh mm-hmm they get the around in your own party. The don bites out burst the whole flights. They give away the in yeah go yeah. It is a bilingual we'll hip hop artist producer activist and scholar who has been featured on complex magazine n._p._r. B._b._c. london huffington post noisy democracy accuracy now and c._n._n. Latino is work has been featured on various documentaries including p._b._s. Quote independent lens and quote and quote to americans ends and quote a documentary about the immigration issues in arizona. He has written music for t._v. Shows including sons of anarchy chance on hulu and a new series the mayans on f._x. He has a kennedy center artist. Fellow and faculty at the university of nevada las vegas america grew up in the body of l. A. and mexico a reality that brewed his blending of music genres and cultural sensitivity is is bilingual music has earned him respect and praises in both english and spanish news outlets in john lewis of hip hop and latin alternative. I'll mecca has collaborated liberty with taboo of the black eyed peas latin alternative band <hes> ozone mighty hope. I pronounce that right hip hop legend <hes> ross costs and dave kushner of velvet revolver has toured canada latin america and europe and has helped spawn a new trend of bilingual hip hop while everyday people respect his lyrical content music connoisseurs value to production and the educator utilize elma kaz music in their classrooms classrooms. That seems to be a theme in the show to this week. I'll monka teamed up with the national <hes> day laboring labor organization station network and <hes> puente movement to bring you the browning of america music video which is where that that audio just came from which depicts the growth of latinos in the u._s. The video centers around beautiful quote video portrait's unquote of individuals and families within the latino community these ports include pass <hes> deportation detainees and their families as well as immigrant rights activists and signed please you guys can visit his website at w._w._w. Dot omega spelled o l. M. e. c. dot u. S. and i also want to thank our norma for sending that to us. Appreciate that very very much. Yes thank you already strongman. I community it does absolutely it makes it strong. Definitely definitely. We have an international community so we do. I love it. I do. I do too for sure our bring us. <hes> more republican bad news daddy baskets all right. That's promised <hes> i've been following the progress on the violence against women's act and now this next headline doesn't surprise me but it reads a hundred and fifty seven republicans just opposed renewing. The violence against women's act in this article was in april of this year and it's brought to us by jennifer benji of huffington post as of today. It's ours. I know the bill has been sitting idle in the senate and has not reach passage as many bills that the house has approved have been sitting idle in the passage the job from my research. There's over one hundred bills that have been sitting idle in the senate waiting awaiting passage and talking heads on the right or complaining. The republicans are i'd be the democrats aren't getting anything done. They're getting plenty done. It's just being stonewalled by those rose in the senate. It's actually being stonewalled by one individual moscow mitch so he speaks for the masses in in the senate sadly but the article reads the house passed legislation on thursday in april thirsty able to reauthorized the violence against women's act or commonly known as vala despite the vast majority republicans opposing it amid pressure from the national rifle association or the n._r._a. The bill which reauthorized it's the landmark nineteen ninety-four domestic violence law for another other five years in that this is me that echo off that they have to reauthorize it ever so many years make it a fricken permanent law aw i agree i could not agree more and debate about i mean seriously what what do you have to debate about funding to protect women it goes right along with you know you know it goes into. It's in the same vein of preventing women from making decisions about their own bodies through it. It's it's sickening. It's will go. Hey democrats if this is truly early a two party system in this country and i'm saying democrats more more in the sense of the <hes> corporate democrats rats you want the white house you want the senate. Tell us how you're going to pass this permanently. I know what the progressive democrats position is on this. I only have to look no further than <hes> a._f._c. What about the rest of you right and think about the the episodes you know title. Is it really that hard yet. They really that difficult difficult. Exactly hundred fifty seven republicans voted against it along with one democrat. I representative collin peterson minnesota collin. Peterson is his name the plots easiest. It's just just read cliff's posts in chat. He said quote moscow in code is really catching. Some kaka combs reports are them. That monica really gets his panties in a wad. I bet it does i bid. Hey you know it. The moniker fits where pretty much pretty much for many of them. That's okay for many of them. It was because the n._r._a. What's pushing them to oppose and that's absolutely true over its gun on safety provisions and warning that a vote in favor of the bill would be reflected in their n._r._a. Rating now the n._r._a. Rates lawmakers according to their support of their agenda. The n._r._a.'s agenda and their support is bolstered by the amount of money that they're giving these representatives. I don't give rat's ass what they want to call it lobbying. Is that the legal moniker that they've given it. It's it's bribery except here. It's bribery i can't i can't walk up to oh congressman and look lobby that congressman to pass the bill. That's going to you know move things forward for any kind of native native agenda. I can't offer him a wad of cash and say here here. You go right north to nor. Should i mean that that's really the point why these frickin skin scumbag lobbyists needs to all of them need to leave washington yesterday yeah but i would be in jail if i did that. I yeah i know exactly exactly but if you're corporation we'll protect your don't worry now which is why pointing fingers at fricking corporate democrats to oh absolutely everyone of though publican democratic independent i don't. I don't rat's ass who you are because this ship stuff should should've got fixed on their watch during eight years of obama. Sorry again i don't i don't how tale to a particular political party. You're all all are at fault. Everyone absolutely everyone of absolutely. I agree wholeheartedly. There's a revolving door that happens in congress. When congressman or woman leaves they go out the door in right into the door of a corporation as a lobbyist that it happens more times than not. I think that's what paul ryan did. Yeah probably yeah. I i think that's what he did. Somebody fact check me there if you would in and chat but i believe that's what he did reading on under current federal federal law only people convicted of domestic violence offenses against spouses or family members can lose their gun rights. The barwa violence against women act would add people convicted of abusing their dating partners closing the so called boyfriend loophole it would also prohibit people convicted of misdemeanor stalking offenses from owning or buying firearms as well as abusers <unk> subject to temporary protection orders now. Why are they fighting so hard. I have to ask myself to keep keep these things off the agenda. Why do they have family members or some of them. Themselves are guilty of these things wasted energy and trying to figure that out. There's right and there's wrong. There's corruption and there's non corruption eruption. I actually typed at in chat. I'm tired of them normalizing <unk> f- in corruption oh yeah that's not include clued decision that you're making babs and decisions that you're making that are counterintuitive to public <hes> desire like like gun control where we won't even get into that. No no read your second amendment a holes. Sorry sorry i had a brief brief discussion with al lifelong friend this morning and it was very brief. The person had posted something <hes> that blamed you know they were deflecting and you know the beam. Basically he deflected away from the last two <hes> mass shooting incidents and you know they tried to you know blame worl now. The thieves have happened. You haven't heard anything about this and they listed a whole myriad of things that they thought the democrats were responsible for aw and that crap i hit them. Both sides. Excuse me so do i wait stricken times on excuse. Excuse me because i am sorry last point. It's an excuse not to do anything bolger bowl parties in this council because you guys want to be in charge. You guys want to be the dominate parties. You're both at fault absolutely absolutely basically my my reply to well after telling my friend you're better than admits to pass this stuff along so basically my my reply. Was you know everybody is harping on whining about the second can amendment but nobody's saying a word about those people's rights to stay alive. Nobody's talking about that. Everybody the actual statement of the second amendment dave butcher there. It has nothing to do with you owning or having the right right to own a gun none whatsoever. You're not as an individual hunter that wants to go out in the woods. You have nothing you don't have a right to own a gun under the second amendment. It's for organized militia. Are you one hundred organiz militiamen. No you're not that's how they've co opted the i know but you know everybody's heart imprint hearts and thoughts and prayers thoughts and prayers raring these these poor families that have been affected by these these mass shootings but nobody wants to talk about you know their right to have stayed alive. I don't have a problem with people owning guns. I do have a problem with how the system allows people to you obtain them. You know he own a car you own a boat owned a house. All of these things are registered. They're are there. The government knows every single minute aspect of those types of ownership's. Everything thank ownership doesn't stop the mass killing us happening. Nope it does not it. Does you're absolutely correct. It does not and regulation shen that everybody is arguing over does not stop the mass killing that we have seen in the last no not year or two years the last last thirteen i agree with you wholeheartedly. Those mass killings have been committed by people with certain types of weapons. Those are the weapons that i think should be banned period if you're gonna connecticut. Here's the prime. I'm example connecticut had not so much a ban on <hes> what people are calling assault rifles in. That's not what a. r. Stands stands for by the way <hes> connecticut allow people to purchase them but you had to have them registered with the state registered them with the state. Most of these people that have purchased these these high-capacity firing are uh firearms. They may have bought them legally but they weren't registered with the state right well. I hear i hear those arguments and i understand and i'm not i don't have a clear answer okay. I'll be the first to be the first admit that i i understand. There's only so much that you can do all right. I guess we're where where i have a problem with this. Whole situation is that. We have people mostly republicans now. If your brother but others okay right traditional <hes> i will now be called. Trump republicans okay or tea party yours came and libertarians all right that wanna sit on their our high horses and and and redefine what the frigging second amendment says oh i know i know you know if there was a perfect way to be to own want to own a gun with perfect <unk> legislation and i could see with my own eyes. You know killings going on fine but this is the most violent country on in on the planet depending on your perspective. Though you're right it is when you other countries have when you have other countries warning their citizens about going to a particular nation this nation <hes> you know. You've got a problem so i like. I said i don't have an answer. I just see the end result thus far and see idiots making it a as a right to own a gun issue when it's not now no that's not even what it should be about shouldn't be about that at all now. If you're going to have a conversation me about mental health both obsolete. Let's have a conversation about mental health and who should have the ability to acquire a weapon but you see the news media sidestepping that completely and so is the government. Oh sure so there you go and you you know out of respect of these these past two events you know i just didn't wanna talk about this on the show but but i mean you know going back to to you know what you're reading from the article on you know in the the mentality around doing things for the right reasons. That's that's what set me off about the gun stuff but you know they can't even they can't even adequately fund properly to to protect women in this country nope. They can't not at all and there's no will to do so let me continue most of the g._o._p. Caucus opposed the bill because of the gunn measures said republican pete king democrat republican. Excuse me republican new york one of thirty three republicans who voted for for it and i quote that seems to be the main issue in quote king said who has an f rating with the n._r._a. I wonder why quoting again. I mean there's others as far as transgender protections in the bill but the main issue is the guns in quote the n._r._a. As has incredible sway over republicans in congress because of all the money it gibson true and threatens to spend against them if they break from the group's agenda in the twenty eighteen election cycle the n._r._a. Gave we've over half a million and a half a billion. Excuse me dollars to the g._o._p. Six hundred ninety thousand dollars congressional candidates versus nineteen thousand two democratic <unk> <hes> congressional candidates. Excuse me the gun. Rights organization spent nearly half a billion dollars in the twentieth sixteen election cycle including thirty million on the fool in the white house. My words presidential campaign ain't alone representative glenn thompson republican pennsylvania said thursday in april that he had concerns about the gun provisions in the barwa bill but said they were secondary to other things. He did like quote quoting you. Have you have so many jurisdictions of committees that this bill was intertwined with. It's very complicated. Implicated in quotes said thompson who has an a. rating with the n._r._a. Quoting again this hasn't been vetted. I'm sorry who cares whereas if they're rated with the n._r._a. Are not right this. Has it even been empowering them by even putting that in article of course idiots idiots this hasn't even been vetted seven or eight other committees that may have some pieces his of quote so to keep it from being a standalone bill. That's part of the problem with why you know they should just it should be a standalone bill. That should be a clean bill passed the frigging bill. Stop treating it as a writer. Pass it as a permanent law that way you don't have to have you have to worry about entities like the n._r._a. But anyway the rest of this article will be on the show notes <hes>. I'll continue to follow this fail to understand what what does the the n._r._a. Have to do with protecting women to be honest. They don't have anything to do with protecting so again. My question goes back to the oh you know whoever authored the article. What the hell why even bring it up because the n._r._a. Is funding those that are that are voting against it. That's that's why it's relevant fine. No that's that's why no i understand i. I hear you raise telling don't vote for this bill because they don't want. There's a lot of violence with handguns. <hes> committed against against women so that's you know that's their stance on. We don't want anybody to be restricted for from owning any kind of firearm. Here's my message. If you're the one hundred fifty seven republicans at opposed of our your fire wish wish they would lose their seats but hey just democrats where are you. There's a hundred fifty seven seats. It's that you need to be focused on. We will see what happens or anyone else that wants to run for office this regardless of party other than republicans because apparently you guys seem to. She's just fine. Those are of that. Ilk and chat says the date the n._r._a. Needs to be put put out of business. Hopefully the lawsuit will have some effect. I agree i agree and and like i said the ursula let's saying here. There are some provisions of the bill that <unk> that <unk> restrict gun ownership. That's so there's some relevancy that i was looking for. Perhaps okay that's that's part of the article that i read they and the bill they wanted to keep people that had been committed convicted editor of domestic violence <hes> boyfriends that had been convicted of assault against girlfriends stockers. Those people are restricted strictly from buying firearms or will be if the bill passes got so that's yeah so that was the relevancy that was tied to the n._r._a. Okay okay all right. That makes more sense to me all right thank you. My emotion gets gets ahead of my logic. They will be the first to admit that but <hes> when things don't make sense to me. I i call it. Although it's not medically prescribed to call it at my former turrets okay comes flat blaring out so <hes>. I'm doing better on my swearing though i think and i i'm proud of thank you address. What's inside is still there though so you know although i did say ask a couple of times shame on your own my god we're going to get kicked off of. All things that are digital because dan said asked all right well. How about some good news before we move on in the rundown this is i'm inserting something number. Okay i was gonna take a look at it as like jeez nothing good there now. This came down as of august ninth so yesterday fifth circuit indian child welfare act is constitutional on all counts f._u. F._u. texas nice the fifth circuit overturned the northern district of texas today with strong language supporting equa. The court court found that the plaintiffs did have standing but found against them on all other accounts. There is a descent forthcoming from joins equal protection. They ruled. We have a we begin by determining whether it was definition of quote indian child unquote unquote is a race based or political classification and consequently which level of scrutiny applies the district court concludes words that it was quote indian child in quote definition. <hes> was a race based classification. We conclude that this was error. We disagree with the district court's reasoning and conclude that the <hes> men cari controls here as the district court's first distinction man karis holding does not rise or fall with the geographical location of the indians receiving quote quote special treatment and quote on the subject of anti commandeering. We examined the constitutionality of the challenged challenge provision of equa below and conclude that they preempt conflicting state law and do not violate the anti commandeering doctrine to f f them for that and again. Let me let me let me give some background again. <hes> these challenges were being waged primarily by <hes> the goldwater goldwater institute a very very right leaning organization. Well funded <hes> the whole nines. The kind of republicans publican's that you don't want to go to dinner with if you are the rest of us. Ilk whoa their nose while you're eating in yeah on the subject of non delegation court says we find this argument on persuasive. It is well established. I wish that the tribes have quote sovereignty over both their members and their territory and quote seamen's jury <hes> for nineteen u._s. At five seven the emphasis added for tribes execute of for tribes exercises authority to determine tribal membership and to regulate the domestic relations among its members it must i necessarily be able to regulate all indian children in it respective of their location on the subject of authority to issue regulations here section nineteen fifty two's text is substantially similar to the language in the morning and the final rules binding standards for indian child. Custody proceedings are reasonably related to equals purpose of establishing minimum federal standards in in child custody proceedings involving indian children. Thus the final rule is a reasonable exercise of the broad authority granted by the b._i. Ah by congress in igwe section nineteen fifty two final conclusion for those reasons we conclude that the plaintiffs have standing to bring all claims and that equa and the final rule our constitutional because they are based on a political classification that is rationally related to the fulfillment of congress's unique obligation toward indians equa preempts conflicting state laws and does not violate the tenth amendment anti commandeering doctrine and equa and the final rule do not violate the non delegation allegation doctrine. We also conclude that the final rule implementing the equa is valid because the equa is constitutional now the b._i. Did not exceed its authority when it issued the final role and the agency's interpretation of equa section nineteen fifteen is reasonable. Thank you to the court for doing the right thing in this case absolutely absolutely love it absolutely love it and for all the people who supported the defense of equa woah thank you and everybody who's been working in this space and there's been a lot of people <hes> allies and as well as native people. Thank you ever so much and again. Thank you to the fifth circuit for defending this law and act there. Go big some good news. Okay <hes> well. Let's take this one. I guess title reads a reformed white. Nationalist says the worst is yet to to come and we're referring to of course the city at that <hes> shot up the walmart christian <hes> piss cellini <hes> discusses the mainstreaming of white nationalism what it takes to de radicalize far right extremists and why why the problem is <hes> medicine him sorry. Actually i'm connecting the wrong person. Kristen piss cellini is not the shooter in a walmart. I apologize is to him for making that assertion. Mr piss cellini is a former white nationalist apparently so here's what the article says. It's gonna going to get worse. That's the warning of former of violent extremists christian piss cellini who join a neo nazi movement thirty years ago and now tries to get people out of them white supremacist terrorists the ones who have left dozens dead in attacks in pittsburgh new zealand and el paso texas in recent recent. Months aren't just trying to outdo one another. He told us they're trying to outdo timothy mcveigh. The anti-government terrorists blew up the oklahoma city federal building and and killed more than one hundred people in one thousand nine hundred five the worst terrorist attack in the united states before september eleventh two thousand and one. That's absolutely true. <hes> on saturday morning pass a gunman shot and killed twenty two people including children at walmart. The store was crowded for back to school shopping season. The victims included a high school student elementary school teacher and a couple carrying their infant son who survived and the shooter according to an online manifesto n._f._s. Tivo authorities attributed to the suspect saw himself fighting a quote hispanic invasion in quote as he gunned them down deck be light that shooting along with the other he was thank you that shooting shooting along with another one hours later in which an attacker killed nine people over thirty seconds in dayton ohio renewed the clamor for gun control laws that became grim egg became a grim ritual after such events and i'm going to insert this those of you that call him the president screwed up in the <hes> address to the nation and said that the killings occurred in toledo ohio because he couldn't read a frigging teleprompter want proof of that reach out to me. I'll send you a photo that shooting along with with another one again hours later in which the attacker killed nine people in over thirty seconds in dayton trump dayton ohio renewed the clamor for gun control laws that became a grim ritual after such events but piss cellini said that even if the united states could get a handle on his gun problem. Terrorists can always find other ways. I absolutely absolutely agree with that as well. Despite my ranting earlier mcveigh at his car bomb the september eleventh hijackers had their airplanes plains islamic state attackers have suicide bombings trucks and knives quote. I have to ask myself. Do we have white nationalist nationalist airline pilots and quote pissing. He said okay. Let me stop you right there. Absolutely <hes> you know his statement is nothing more than other statements by other people who want to deflect away from addressing the problem that there's a problem in this nation with people buying high-capacity firearms. You know yes terrorists can always find are the ways that's absolutely correct but do you honestly think that this bozo who he easily purchased a high-capacity firing firearm is going to have the intestinal fortitude to go put together a car bomb. I doubt it. Do you think he's gonna go fly an airplane into oh building somewhere. I doubt it you think he's going to strap a suicide a strap a bomb to himself and become a suicide bomber. I doubt it so you know in order for this this schmuck to make this statement like so many others. I've heard this statement from thousands thousands of literally thousands of right right wing supporters. You know it's still deflecting away from the fact that there's a problem with with guns in this country that needs to be addressed. It needs to be frigging addressed. I'm a gun <music> advocate and i'm sitting here telling you this. I grew up around guns. I use guns in my professional career in the military. I know oh there's a gun problem in this country. Excuse me people there was some idiot on my my facebook page last night. That said guns that are that are sold legally are registered with the government had to laugh at him i said are you kidding me. I said you ever hear of of a gun. Show loophole everyday people go buy gones at at flea. Markets gun shows next door. Neighbors shops pawnshops. There's no accountability for those weapons opens once that gun gun leaves that facility or that that that venue that next door neighbors hands. It's it's out of the system further away from the microphone. <hes> there are some interesting questions at the author post to this gentleman. If you want to read some of those sure sure i have asked myself. Do we have a white nationalist. Airline have white national airline pilots pick leany said mama matt there have to be. I knew people in powerful positions in politics in law enforcement who were secretly white nationalist. I think we'd be stupid and selfish to think we don't have those in the truck driving industry and that was a quote. Excuse me pixie leany. I think i pronounce that right. If i did and i'm sorry now runs a global network they free free radicals project where former extremists like him provide counseling to others trying to leave extremist movements. He each spoke with us yesterday morning about the mainstreaming of white nationalism what it takes to de radicalize far-right extremists and why the problem love is metastasized. Excuse me a condensed <unk> transcript of a conversation follows in under that reach read humming humming attacks it will take until the white supremacists threat is taken seriously <hes> and this question is by yarra by bye. Sorry mispronounced what are your thoughts in the aftermath of el paso in this post to christian and he answers. I'm as horrified as everyone else and frustrated because this is something. I've been banging. The drama for twenty years is that the escalation of violence would get worse the height supremacist ideology spreading more into the mainstream than it ever has ads before there aren't checks and balances to counry correct. There aren't programs being funded to help people disengage from extremism. He's correct. Some of the rhetoric coming from the very top is emboldening extremist again. He is correct. The pickup want me to keep going can pick up. Let's see. I didn't mean to go through all these. You know it was just some questions. No they're actually important questions <hes> <hes> well. We don't have to read them all but you know some of the but the author asked him what about the shooter's apparent anti immigrant manifesto does anything in it strike you as surprising <hes> cellini responded. Unfortunately i've read every one of these things since the first in two thousand nine when james von brunn walked into the d._c. Holocaust museum and killed a guard stephen jones he left the manifesto that had the same conspiracy theories and much of the same language that we've seen in other shootings up until this week the whole idea of the quote great replacement and quote of the quote white genocide in quote the belief that immigrants and again you freaking kidding me based on the numbers alone. Are you kidding me any anybody out there. That thinks that way. I'm not talking about pissing per se but he's recanting the belief system of others but again the belief that immigrants are going to overwhelm the white white race that frankly is a crock of well he said sh but we see things in the news that seem to kind end of stand behind these notions that border facilities are overwhelmed. Even though it's not really a threat anyone's race mitigate mitigation shen has been happening for centuries and we're still here nations change over the centuries borders have been different but that's all the language white supremacy have been using for decades. He said <hes> authorized how do you how do they raise. Money is linear response thirty years ago. Go music was the vehicle for that. You'd been turning white supremacist. Metal bands and groups would raise money off ticket sales nowadays. There's a lot of a crowd sourcing. These groups are generating revenue for instance through serving ads on some of their propaganda videos. If ads are being served on under videos chances are good depending on how many views they're making ad revenue base on google facebook youtube serving ads against their content so in this at so in that sense the platforming is good. It does slow them down quite a bit from my perspective. It also makes people harder to reach and again. <hes> was worn is in favor of of this of the platforming and breaking large companies like facebook as book up for example and others <hes>. Let's see he goes on here to say from my perspective. It also makes people harder to reach and lot of times it also emboldens them to get even even more vile and vitriol lick about what they're doing because they feel like caged animals. They play the victim narrative narrative. He says we bring in a couple of people here from chat. <hes> <hes> cliff wrote mcvay so our idaho representative helen chenowitz <hes> at that time made a statement along the lines of that that she could that she could understand his at the time mcveigh's frustration with the government during her tenure she was referred to by her most outspoken critics as a poster child for the militias and quote the mindset has been in the g._o._p. For many years oh yeah and why standing flower. I guess got her audio back. Great <hes> wrote. I believe there are white nationalist at all levels in all walks of life. Is there a reason why the fake president can't be you can't be a band of from social media websites. <hes> i recommend that you guys go out to netflix watch. The documentary called the great hack. I just found it says explore how data company named cambridge analytica came to symbolize symbolized the dark side of social media in the wake of the two thousand sixteen u._s. presidential election because that is how he won with their use of social media at the time and do not be fooled there they already had it already has seen an advertisement admits that has convinced you that your microphone is listening to your conversations all of your interactions directions. Your credit card swipes web searches occasions likes. They're all collected in real time into a trillion dollar. A year industry. A real game changer was cambridge only scan the trump campaign and the brexit campaign. They started it using information. Cambridge analytica claim to have five thousand data points on every american voter. Ooh i sought to tracking down all these cambridge analyst ex employees someone else that you should be calling the committee's britney kaiser personally. The nikkei is up once a key player inside cambridge analytica costing herself as a whistle blower. The reason google facebook are powerful. Companies in the world is because last year data surpassed oil in value. Data's was valuable asset on earth targeted those who's minds without we can change until they saw the world the way we wanted them to. Do you know that they're targeting. Tool was considered a weapon. There is a possibility that the american public has been experimented on this is becoming a criminal matter when people see the extent of the surveillance. I think they're going to shocked and i still here for your life. Yes the powerful people veteran paul but keep quite as because it will make harmful nine days right should be considered to fundamental rights so this is about the integrity of our democracy these platforms uh-huh which were created to connect us have now he recognized. It's impossible to know what is what because nothing seems so while while the media is so focused on russia which component it was not the core reason me and <hes> that's a very good documentary that you can you can get the people that they have centered around in the documentary or have questionable personalities at best so another another good movie to watch that was also net flicks looks to that shows you a much more personality. If you can stand you know an hour and a half of it. It's called the get me roger stone <music>. He loves the game fun with it and he's very good at it. I'm an agent provocateur political strategist controversial as as you can get an incredible capacity for treachery win at all cost mentality when people think of washington corruption may think of roger stone those who say i have no soul those you say have no principles are losers. Those are bitter losers. There's really nobody quite like roger stone. The nixon tattoo is really all you need to know about roger. We really pay huge negative campaign advertising. He created the modern earn sleaze wall. Lobbyists washington's been worse for it ever since stones rule. It is better to be infamous than never be famous at all. Swinger scandal will happen. My private life is nobody's business. Got chased out of washington his looking to see if he can find an angle. I was like jockey looking for a horse huge win the race. You don't have a horse. Ah rogers saw something. Nobody else saw back in the early eighties. I suggested that trump should explore a bid for the presidency. He created donald trump as a political figure about have you spoken with the wikileaks founder reports tonight. You can't just say that have to be outrageous to get notes. American may be collapsing but roger stone is determined to joy. I revel in your hatred because if i were an effective you you wouldn't eat me another a home in the universe heels down well. He's probably probably sweating bullets by now. After learning what happened epstein knows <hes> <hes> so it goes to what sandfly were just said. What do you make of the fool in the white house. My words tweets monday morning in which he tried i to connect gun gun background checks to immigration restrictions and later remarks on monday the full <music> said and i quote and one boys our nation must condemn racism bigotry and white supremacy these sinister ideologies must be feeding inquiry. I can't do the boys like you would hurt myself but anyway which voice the voice not trump only on me mr liese kill wide nationally as i'm reading even a teleprompter. We see sandra rote. Wouldn't it be tremendous of all media just started ignoring incoming white house and we never see him or hear his mouth anymore. Well it'd be great but the problem is media yeah and they keep elevating this idiot and fortunately she says some people read his twitter feed so they can lambasting call him out well. That's that's true <hes> however her it's a it's a one of the pure sources of his empowerment in my opinion more so than in any other obviously any the other form of social media with twitter. You mean yes. They're not about closes account now. Now makes them too much money. Oh yeah so and i say this not not to not to elevate the a whole but <hes> if it were not for him. <hes> twitter could have actually gone under. I don't know if it'll be around after he leaves the white house but i don't know when to see the other the other the other issue around the use of twitter is the one of the one of its bread-and-butter types of money is so many news news media people use it for a lot of different reasons and so i i honestly think my opinion of course i honestly think president obama gave twitter the renowned tom that it's kinda join now and i think the fool in the white house just jumped on the bandwagon saw that president obama gave it david good you so he figures out what the hell i might as well possibly possibly so anyway the rest of this article you guys it'll be in in the in the show notes interesting read <hes> by <hes> would be reformed white nationalist hope. He hope he's reformed <hes>. I don't now says he got out of it. I think i think from my vantage point is all of this stuff. Is it from from again like using this sort of framing through looking at at the united states today men in the past through an indigenous lens <hes>. Did you a very unique perspective because everybody wants to have an opinion about america. The opinion in my book that really matters is what we think as as engineers people so just about everybody in the planet would disagree with me on that but i don't care all righty mighty really deal. They you know coming from people that they tried to conquer yeah. What's your problem folks. You mitt nationalists that are killing innocent americans because they want to get to brown people. I don't know you tell me who created the problem. Wasn't the brown folk no the problem. Everybody has to have to fix the problem that we as indigenous people and brown people as dave just said did not create correct. Just the name white nationalist alone provides the answer as for as is to who created racism. I it's right there a black and white. You know people of color then create. The institution of racism did not create it. Beth and challenges has maybe twitter needs to go under either the problem the problem unfortunately something else would crop up something else always replaces something right so you know you would have opt in essence shut the internet town or substantially <hes> restricted to to really impact social media my opinion so you know there's plenty of there's plenty of places online that you can go and create <hes> that aren't even visible to the public. There's the dark net a lot of shit that there's a lot of crap that that people have very bad people organized under is through the dark net absolutely lots of it so i'm just saying there's there's just there's no way to control it at this point. No it's it's unless unless you unless you shut the gate down like the chinese. I try to do it but even even if they're not successful so simple as that something always replace it something thing else. How many people remember my space. Every exactly yeah got replaced by facebook and you know rest assured something will replace these things. It's just it's just inevitable. You know facebook <hes> as a lot of heat on them right now and i don't know about their future be honest with you know you can set that it will <music> over a billion people doesn't matter no matter. It'll just take one really good you know or elizabeth warren becomes president you now. That'll be broken up and i think a little pieces per. I think i'm sorry done but i think i i think zuckerberg is trying to reinvent himself. I think he's trying to move into the crypto currency market in case they pull all the plug on its facebook enterprise. Every public appearance guys make it looks like an android looks like sometimes see now star trek. Yes it looks like the offspring of commander data star trek fans. I'm sorry he does brought to do at facebook as they are really concerned about cyber security okay well boy. I hope so well <hes>. I didn't really have anything else other than than. I think you had a couple articles extra here. Don't you had a couple of we had time. I it's one was in relation to minutes. Okay was in relation to land land being gobbled up by chilean billionaire for mining and this is happening. All across america america is being sold off in part and parcel to foreign companies. <hes> you and nobody knows it. Nobody's paying attention foreign countries on big chunks of our nation doing about it nothing. It's been allowed to happen. That makes no no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. How are you going to sell a nation that belongs to a people to another nation nation or to another entity in a nation that has no business owning property on this continent called the united states. Yes it headaches as result so i. I just got a message through lincoln. Sooner suzy wrote to us just reaching out the sandwich. I enjoy your podcast content. Have you heard of this team and she references crooked media or could dot com offered -freshing commentary to help me understand the current state of society and systematic injustices and as a privileged white female living in in the u._s. with what seems to be privileged english accent because what is that about right <hes> <hes> she references pod saved the people especially but i don't remember hearing any perspectives from the native american communities on any of their shows. You should invite yourself on on and change that thank you <hes> <hes> you know we we've had some offers <hes> but but that's why we're working on our network <hes> for for that exact reason we want to bring. We want to bring the indigenous voice into one home under one umbrella. You know i understand a crooked. <hes> has a great success especially in the political space on but <hes> but but you know we we have chosen to go a different route so yeah thank you for listening to oh absolutely uh-huh we we love each and every one of our listeners absolutely but <hes> yeah yeah i mean it's just it's just historic the sale of other people's stuff because i think the they have a right to sickness man it is there. There's more happening behind the scenes than people know if they could find out if they would just look <hes> uh-huh don't insult data on my comment sorry twala star trek generations star trek yeah anyway but oh people have to do is just look. It's there to be discovered. The steel industry in this country isn't owned by the u._s. anymore. It's not owned by u._s. Companies russia owns it or owns ninety five percent none of it. I know but that's way. I sat down with the leader of canada. We're going to change that okay. We're gonna change that. They were just like we're going to change way nationalism again. Is this this. This is what the idiot said after after the shooting in <hes> in walmart. We're gonna fix him. That's what he said literally. That's gonna fix it. We're gonna fix it. Okay the third one dwell in your mind for a moment how can such animate tip of the day was stopped with that one yes they uh-huh shopping contemplated hm. It takes a lot to befuddled me but that one did it yeah. It was one of those famous missile look. I'm about to get on marino gay and they had the helicopter in the background making all that noise. That's when he decides he's going to address. The press right is when you hear like vaccum what young children and teenagers are entering dot going back to school after for he's mass shooting while my message to young children going back to school is going really study hard and someday you'll grow up and maybe it'd be president of the united states sure do something else. That's fantastic. <hes> they have nothing to fear. They have nothing to worry about in addition we're in constant contact with state with state government and and <hes> they are really doing a great job we have there's so much better than it was two and a half years ago two and a half years ago when i came in it was really not <music> good situation. I think we have a very very good system right now. That doesn't mean that there's not going to be some crazy person but that's what we wanna. Do we want to take the guns out of the hands of raising demented people with ooh i think i could but i don't think i'll be there <hes>. I have a great relationship with the n._r._a. They supported me very early and that's a great decision. They made we have justice cavenaugh. We have justice sousse gorsuch and they feel very strongly about the second amendment. <hes> the n._r._a.'s made a great decision and supporting me. Nobody else would have won aside from everything. I have a very good relationship of changing. I have a great relationship with the n._r._a. I have a lot of respect for the people of the n._r._a. And i have already spoken to them on numerous occasions numerous occasions and frankly <hes> we need intelligent background checks okay. This is inequality the ben r._a. Republican or democrat i will tell you i spoke to mitch mcconnell yesterday. He's totally on board. We said that i've been waiting for your call. He is totally on board. I spoke to senators that in some cases people friends of mine but pretty hard line senators others hard line and when i say that i say that in a positive way hard line on the second amendment and they understand. We don't want insane people. Mentally ill people bad people dangerous people. We don't want guns in the hands of the wrong people. I think that the republicans going to be great and lead the charge along with the democrats. I spoke yesterday nancy pelosi with a great talk. I spoke to chuck schumer. We had a great dog and chuck. Schumer in particular loves my china policy as you probably know. I said i can't believe it. You actually like something that i'm billing. He said not not like love so chuck. Schumer is <hes> he's great on the china situation which we are winning and winning. Big giant wants to do something but i'm not ready to do anything yet twenty five years of abuse. I'm not ready so fast so we'll see how that works out but on the on the background checks on background injects <hes> we have tremendous support for really commonsense sensible import background check background and he's like no. We're gonna make it right okay. We're gonna make it there you know he's like screaming at the top of his lungs frigging idiot so so you can be found this this article kind of aw strikes a chord that everybody should pay attention to china confirms its expecting it's the spending banding excuse me agricultural product purchases and response to the fooling the white house new bears and this was published pushed in august fifth so it's recent china confirmed reports that it was pulling out of u._s. Agriculture as a weapon in the ongoing trade war now people should have seen that this was coming. They bail out the fool in the white house. Generously gave the farmers a couple of months ago that was borrowed money from guests who do china a spokesperson for the chinese ministry of commerce said in this article comes from c._n._b._c. You see you've got to st louis trump that china janus gonna pay for it. Yeah that's spokesperson spokesperson for the chinese ministry of commerce said chinese companies have stopped purchasing yours agricultural products in response to the full in the white house is new new ten percent tariffs on three hundred billion chinese goods job and i quote this is a serious violation of the meeting being between the heads of state of china and the united states in quote said the minister of commerce in a statement monday that was translated via google google the department also said it would not rule out tariffs on newly purchased agricultural goods after odds third china china is one of the largest buyers of u._s. Agriculture bloomberg news reported that beijing may stop importing them completely early in response to new tariffs by the united states according to reports by chinese state media it would also consider slapping tariffs on agricultural products that it had already bought the story those those stories helped exacerbate fears on wall street pushing stocks through the worst day of the year. Now china has confirmed the reports it could add had to pressures on equities and said stock futures fell monday. Implying four hundred eighty point drop tuesday u._s. farmer farming. Excuse me has been a hot button. Issue in the ongoing trade war. It always is the full in the white house. My words words said that he had secured large quantities of agricultural purchases when he met with president zine ping and at the g twenty summit in june the food later accused china of not following through though leaving him to announce on on thursday ten percent tariffs on the remaining three hundred billion in chinese imports the rest of this will be in the show notes coach. This fool is going to drive us into the poor house and then into the ground. He knows nothing the thing about business <hes> all of those that tout its business hours of highland laughing their face. It's been proven so many times. He's an idiot and business tayo touched. It's failed the with back country. What's astle ooh the head of the u._s._d._a. Because that's got of that due to farmer seafood <music> tariffs working out for you buddy yeah and the reason i read this article in in in relation to a native show is because there are lots of native farmers that this affects absolutely probably modern native absolutely so you know i'm so busy i'm still waiting waiting for the white savior to save the country <hes> really throw my shoe on the air until tell to go go to work you guys remember him saying something to this. If i i am embellishing just a little bit <hes> i mean the country is going to be. It's going to get so tired of winning on the time going to be winning games. Remember something to that effect. Are we winning chauhan's and chat. Do you feel like you're winning. Yes or no type you you can just type wire and how many of you are winning be great. You could be tired of winning yeah. All of those people that cout how great the economy is doing. They don't understand that there's no relation between their there little microcosm in relation to the big picture the macro economy of the united states. They don't have any idea hi dear that there's no relation how well the economy does does not have any bearing on how well so you're going to do. Not your employer may be doing well because ause you know excuse me because he's paying less for for product but that's not reflected in your paycheck so i'm i'm thinking about developing a new segment for the show called <hes> whereas creepy pence doc and sort of track what this guy's been up to this is so much attention on his boss. I i'm always honestly more worried about the the behind the scenes people what they're really doing like such as nipah stuff right <hes> so <hes>. I was thinking about doing that own. He's he's like this weird ghost that shows up in certain things. 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1283: "Dumb and Sick"
"She was the rubber person. Curry John's Devora. Fourth Twenty twenty. This is your award-winning on Asian media fascination. Episode. Twelve hundred, eighty three. This is no agenda. forty-five savage Jonah thirty three and broadcasting live from opportunities thirty three or the frontier boss taxes capital of drones star state in the morning everybody. Curry and from northern silicon. Valley. Where we all know that oats are good for the Gut and Jesse? Scales the Mon-. Well. That may be your California thing. We don't eat oats. We leave that for horses here in Texas. Not for men they say, okay but they won't say when. Hey ma'am forty-five savage down with the Rona. How about that on a show of course? Thirty three days before the election. Come on man come on man may man you could not have asked for a better plot twist if we had sat down to write it. In fact, we would have said that. Now Who Corny we can't do that? No no no no. That can't happen. But how beautiful for the show To See what's Taking place is this the October surprise? Is this the ten days of darkness which will lead to thousands of sealed indictments is this well? As sick and could he die? There's so many ways we can look at this I. Love. Ill Him. Or. Was He infected on purpose? That's a possibility. Well there's there's so much speculation. There is so much. It's fantastic I love deconstructing media in these days. I have a prediction right away. Okay. Do I need the book I wanted to? Do I need the book or do not need the book I don't care about the book vote you know I don't like your attitude towards the Red Book but okay I know you don't others don't either I've gotten this message from others. Enough about Mimi I trump likes to do these big giant events. Yeah. So I think he's going to. Up The ante on these events, he's going to do more of them than less. From from Jim simultaneously with the big giant head monster screen. At all of them, Siam simultaneously. So they'll be like ten or twenty of them all at once the covert rally. In it'll be like Max headroom like a big totalitarian yes exactly. Okay so we don't get a lot of attention does a Mussalini would have done this? That's good. Know personally. I look at this and I thought well. If he is the he'll in true wrestling form. There's nothing that America loves better than a comeback. It's it's just a fact of how audiences respond and look and look at how his base is energized by by him being in the hospital and Obama jacked up nicely done with the helicopter and everything I. Mean That's well done. You can't deny it was show all the ways just beautiful. But well they. Do that breaks up the other issue and there's a headline out today it says trump a secret service has five body doubles for trump. Oh I didn't I brought this up at the dinner table. He said, you know I swear that the trump going into the helicopter was not trump the right gates he did. Yeah. He didn't have the IMO boy I to notice that he had his head down. You know looking down, he did a little Possible. We. Haven't seen many trump impersonators like we used see you. We haven't that's true Obama was pretty but then the hillary one with the perse. ADS OBVIOUS Third Stringer. Fire her like now I had never even got a callback he was just on reserve. Is Terrible but did trump going to the helicopter when good point? You can't make these points John when you make these points. You broke up for a second your back. BREAKING UP I don't worry about it. Yeah. So the helicopter you could drive there and he probably did cause this phony trump just didn't make show and he comes out and he drags us out. He doesn't quite look right? He's got a funny gate. was because of the Cronin, did I don't think it was the same man his hair didn't fluffed the right way. They kept waving doing thumbs up everywhere. Not. Welcome and this is a good point. I feel. Because the whole idea was well, he's he's tested positive. He had some sniffles. So just go to Walter Reed just to make sure if that was truly the case. He would spoken to the press. If it really was him, he would do a little. It's alright. I'm going to be cool. Now instead, we got the White House video before then we've got the heli walk. Something to and also what was taking place was he was right in the middle of denouncing white supremacist again and I think the walls were closing in on him. There was no today. MSNBC is still posting as of two hours ago that the president has not denounced white supremacy or white supremacist. Would you have the Super Clipper? Do I have the Super Clip? I don't have a super do you have the super clip? I have the super? Let's hear the super clip, but this is the trump on white supremacy with without the name. Judy attached to it and it goes on forever. This is a very long clip is yet wants to condemn white supremacy the NEO Nazis. He hasn't condemned the darn thing about strategy cotton. Let's face off for David Duke just joined a bigot, a racist, a problem. Refuted David David Duke and robocalls her out again, the white supremacist movement supporting you. have any words for that. I disavow David Duke Endorsement. Disavow okay where we looked at it, it looked at the question I disavow David. About David, Duke or weekend long entree spoke on twitter. That does go on forever. Him disavowing not the media saying he doesn't disavow. Yeah now, that would have been funnier as a super cut. Well. GOING GONNA put that one day. They should he goes on and on and disavows everything you can play a little more. Let me play a little place. Because gets to the point where it's stupid. He's it's enough. So are you prepared right now to make a clear and unequivocal statement renouncing to support of all white supremacists? Of course. Of course I when Chris joined, we had a news conference and the exact same question I said I disavow I just about then I disavow today on ABC with George Stephanopoulos disavowed again, David Duke is a bad person who disavowed on numerous occasions over the years I totally disavow that Luke Klux Klan, I totally disavow David Duke ultimately. He got the Flu Klux Klan which obviously I'm going to disavow. David do rejected David Duke. I rejected the KKK. The ku-klux-klan. Just and this is from mainly Twenty sixteen isn't it from the previous election where he was doing, he had to do during the David. David Duke Era. Now. By the way I wanNA point this out. This is the playbook they're running the exact same playbook Iran when Hillary was running. Only, they've changed a couple of elements and he goes on. I. Don't you obviously don't want to play it but I do. It's just wait a minute for just went by what how can effort by I thought that it schedule scheduled ladies and gentlemen a very very not yet it's coming. What's this effort? Okay. This is an interesting one. This was a nine cars Zephyr. The bonus car was a male car bonus car. Anything else or is a speed it was going I thought it was going slightly slower than Usual Ladies and gentlemen. We have a very interesting economic report alert the boys at. CNBC, on the squawk box, we have nine cars effort with a Bonus Mail, Card Ladies and Gentlemen Bitcoin Ten, thousand, six, hundred, eighty. To when they changed their schedule I think we have to change show days. No. So. Let's go back to this This disavowing to he also have disavowing the fine people want clip in here, Melissa. Listening does it and he doesn't and he doesn't. He does it does it and but yet they say the they say that he'd never does it and and so I have to play this clip says you WanNa play no I'm saying I want to play it's three minutes I figured it'd be fun to interrupted instead of boring. LEARN MORE AT A. Punchline at the end it's not that I don't WanNa play it but I am radio program I know how to keep people listening Ugueth thing to his supporters and followers vote for Donald trump white supremacist they're saying, do you want those votes now? I don't want them and I. Don't want him to say it and. The premises by the way, I don't like any group of Hake David Duke. Senate candidacy. Claiming your agenda. Before you ask the question, Newt Gingrich said every Republican should repudiate this guy. Do We'd be is that okay rebuked review doesn't. Want White Supremacists to go for you know I don't at all not at all his campaign is denouncing show of support from the KKK's official newspaper as in the Ku Klux Klan New York Times interview. He denounced white supremacist. He denounced the NEO Nazis who support him racism is evil. And those who caused violence in its name are criminals and thugs including the KKK neo Nazis White Supremacists, and you had people and I'm not talking about the Neo Nazis the white nationalist because they should be condemned totally I spoke out forcefully against hatred bigger in violence and strongly condemned the neo knocks the white supremacist and the KKK President Donald Trump signed a congressional joint resolution that condemns White supremacists Nazi he signed a resolution. Nation was condemned racist. Bigotry and white supremacy. Any group of Hey, I don't like it any group of. I whether it's White supremacist whether it's any other kind of. Whether it's at defy weather is any group. Of. Hey I am very concerned about it and I'll do something about. It wants to condemn this supremacy. This is very interesting. You know I'm thinking about this I got a note from. Someone. A couple of days ago, and they asked me if I had a link or a recording of that original you know the the fine people on by side. Yeah and it was my understanding I know this person's connected to. Michael Flynn or some other people White House, related maybe Dana White from you just like people around and that there was a strategy they wanted to put up a website. So people could see this maybe the idea was, hey, they're rolling out the playbook it's clearly a lie. It may be let it all build up in self implode on itself or come out with something that shows that they all lie I mean this. This of course, they have it. I want to play one last clip in the same regard play the. Trump white supremacy judy. has happened before with President, trump stopping short of clearly denouncing far-right extremists and racist groups and sentiments when prompted. This was like this week. was like a couple days ago. Schutte is are horrible journalist. How can they do that? How do they do they? Do you think they don't remember or? This is Keri member. Well, maybe they don't I mean these people are daisies stupid. Possibly become much money they're making they must. And they mentioned the New York Times even had him in the New York. Times in that last series eclipse the New York Times said that he denounced white supremacy in the New York Times anyone who's in journalism at the level that Judy's at has lexus nexus they can look this up. You can look up trump and white supremacy and boom the New York Times article come up. Now why in world do you a say Judy's journalists and be thinks she would do anything of the kind she is not. She is a news reader pews to be a huge. News reader in her writers are Viner Shing. Writers Writers. Thank you. There a journalist writers exactly. So. Maybe we let them all. Maybe we maybe this is two weeks till. We can see all the hate because while man last night, Saturday night live both in their new season. Now imagine the problem you have. If you Saturday night live you've been. Writing practicing all week in everything going everything is every punch line is trump joke had the entire. Debate did big like a fourteen fifty minute open outstanding Alec. Baldwin. Lines Jim Carey was Joe Biden. phenomenally good. Extremely funny. The whole thing was great. Everyone was made to look foolish trump biden and all the right things I'm biden to like forgetting stuff looking in the camera creep. Really. Trying to contain his anger menu was anger management steps and trump. We've kind of seen from from Baldwin. You know it's like Oh, interrupt. Now kind of what you'd expect from we're still funny but then. Paul my God then they had to or Jim. Carey I, guess, it was his task to do this. And now most people haven't seen this because just aired late last night and I stayed up to just to watch the the cold open and Chris Rock's monologue which wasn't much funnier because they went all out. It's like. Lauren Michael said screw it. Let's just go all out who gives a shit. So the scene is the end of this door in the middle debate the. Baldwin trump character is yelling whatever and then all of a sudden he freezes, and then we see that Jim Carey Joe Biden has pressed a remote control and he's frozen. The president and then he comes up to the camera and he starts talking Chris. Can I speak directly to the American people. Wear totally. Totally Weird. America. Look at. Look directly into my eyeballs. You can trust me. Because I believe in shines. And Karma. Just imagine if science. And Karma. Could somehow team up. To Send us all a message about how dangerous this virus can be. Still. Frozen and. I'm not saying I wanted to happen. Just match. I would just imagine science Karma came together. Mu. Crowd loves it crab crazy. So the joke writers juice Jost and Michael Charity Weekend Update and Michael J. Try to explain the problem and just thought it was interesting just to the play how they discussed this on the show as to how they should do jokes about this. Well, say what you will about twenty twenty. It's got moves. This news was a lot for us to process a day before we came back on the air after four months off and it all happened. So fast I woke up yesterday and heard the president had mild symptoms and then four hours later he was getting Medevac to a hospital in what looked like the last shopper out of Vietnam. US say it's a bad sign for America. When trump said, he tested positive for a virus sixty percent of people were like prove it. And it's been very weird to see all these people who clearly hate trump come out and say we wish him well. I think a lot of them are just guilty. I wish came true. You know politics aside this is awful news for rush because I was actually supposed to host us next week. Okay serious voice. While in the hospital, the president isn't allowed to see any guests, but he is expected to be visited by three ghosts probably one from his past one from issue. Okay. This is weird. Because a lot of people on both sides are saying there's nothing funny about trump being hospitalized with corona virus even though he mocked the safety precautions for Corona virus and those people are obviously wrong. There's a lock funny about this maybe not from a moral stand boy. mathematically. Constructing joke. This is all the ingredients you need. The problem is it's almost too funny like it. So on the note, it'd be like if I were making fun of people who wear belts and then my pants immediately fell down. A new poll couldn't talk couldn't even finish the thought. I. Don't know when did when did trump mock safety precautions? No, he has. That's how people receive it. People think that he's he's mocking no. Doesn't not abidance huge mask. Yes. Yes. EXAC. Hey, I was thinking about masks. There's so many studies. The surgical. We talked about on the last show, the surgical masks. Everything blows out through the sides comes back. If masks really really work. Why don't we have like for everything else Some. National Mask Programme where everyone gets an approved mask, the mask, the mask that works. It doesn't wouldn't that happen wouldn't that be a recommendation this is the mass give everybody a mask. Well if you just look at the flu season, I would think maybe Demi, in China they do that does seem to stop anything. But but it's so important that we wear a mask. It's the most important thing in Glendale, California up to three thousand dollar fines for your third and fraction. In the Netherlands now, Ninety Five, euro, one, hundred dollars basically fine for being caught without a mask is included in the park by yourself. Especially, if you're in the park by yourself, it doesn't matter you know the. People who patrol this are all in now the guy. That just looking for. Power a little power going on thousand dollar fine in New York City shouldn't we? Then at least have the right masks because you know. It just makes no sense. We've done everything else ventilators. Whatever whatever it needs new hospitals, but we're not going to give everybody the approved mask. It just can't be true then. It's just a muzzle to shut you up. Working kind of working very well, not just kind of it's working fabulously. Now I like the way they keep downplaying the fact that there's a lot of hate wish trump was dead commentary hell tons on twitter and facebook infect going to Mimi who is on facebook still she says that is weird to watch because there's a whole bunch of backlash. All these people that are saying trump should die. Cova because apparently there's some Jewish Idea that or a wives tale or a superstition. If you say something like that, it'll happen to you or bad Karma. So there's all these crazy back and forth going on facebook with its although they're trying to just eliminate anyone who says anything like that like they did on twitter or they've done a pretty good job on twitter still pick up a few of them. And there's some people that have been collecting them. Yes. And they one I posted in the newsletter was from Obama inner. She just said Decay folks you. Hope he di Jesus and Obama staffer who's now writes for Vanity Fair which has become kind of a left-wing crazy magazine. especially teen Vanity Fair. That's when they had the article by why you should reconsider Marxism. Let. Me Ask you a question. I really like the the donate the newsletter with the forty forty-five donation for the get well card. If if this had been Obama would we would you have still considered doing the the get well card absolutely. But it we would've gotten a dollar less. Certain People like Oh. That's horrible city about and some Australian sent me a note saying we're horrible and he said, yeah, you should just just shows you big trump supporters. You you know and I said that we would have done the same thing for Obama and I would I believe that I don't see why people immediately CEO. In fact, I think we've done some well wishes for Obama at some point, but we were a doer of the of the. We were of the notion that Obama just being used and he's actually. You know here's the deal. The to Obama's also is personality where he wants to do the right thing, but he can't. Ryan. Right. So No, we didn't have any. No. was. By the way I think every look look the campaign the campaign is is campaigning ridiculously off of this if I can just read. A few of my ex Massachusetts I'm not even out in these mailing lists. They're so good now. So, good. Here we go. Trump get well, Card Adam your signature is missing from the president and First Lady's get well cards, sign your scientist show you care, and, of course, you go to donation page. President trump and first lady melania tested positive for covert send them your best wishes. They're fundraising. The fundraising. And, and of course. We have here. President trump has a message for you from Walter. Reed. We will beat this. Chip in now they don't say. That's not them. What do I have from the Biden's here get a pretty good job at not saying chip in. Let me see Biden Harris H.. Today is your last two to make monthly donation to the campaign. I keep getting a text messages from Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Because I'm sure it's them right. We're texting me. Do you think people actually fall for that y'all Ya Know I. Want to mention something to the people that bitch and Moan about this are forty five dollars thing will end the get well card which you'll have bruins name on it which I'll send myself. If, we were big trump supporters, we'd say send them the money. Saint who the money. Trump. Trump campaign right now we're taking we're taking the money. Hello. Monies for the show we need this show needs to boy. saw kind of trump supporters are we we're not sending the get well card with the money we're not good. We're good I do love New York are taking them with the money is native. This show needs money that money goes to US I. Love The new. York Times. Here's the Davy Alba Roads Liberals ask, why should we believe trump has the virus that you know I think that's a newspaper to do chicken Shit I. Did it myself on the show? Yeah. Of course still chicken shit if the newspaper. Well if you're the paper of record, I guess it kind of just reporting on tweets. This is the New York Times has a lot. It's reports about what people tweet debts not really reporting. It's just getting your own twitter account shouldn't say opinion maybe doesn't I don't think it says if Komo everything's opinions on the New, York not doesn't say though doesn't say it's not the under the opinion pages. Under trump test positive. Oh, on whatever as fine I don't mind. I think it's just a it's just great. What what? What a great here Michael Moore he's also he's he definitely believes it's a it's phony. Cause he's a phony. Exactly I I'm still thinking. My favorite is the ten days of darkness according to John and thousands of sealed indictments. This would be perfect. Not Holding my breath. It would be perfect. And with this, we've we've gotten a new term which in a in a bizarre kind of way works possibly quite well for an end of show Eyeso- this is Corey Lewandowski. who was with the president during the debate and And I guess he must have also been around pigs. That's another thing that bothered me. I mean, what's the testing system? If they're all on the plane together and yet someone gets tested first gets result I then the president's tested. That was. Bothers me the most I thought hope Hicks was out. She was ousted. She was data the old thing. Yeah she was gone. Get Back in how did that happen? I don't know listen to. Corey Lewandowski. In. Two. Thousand Sixteen how how do you think the campaign changes right now you got an election and thirty one days and your candidates in the hospital. You know build this as an opportunity for all those people who supported this president to start fighting for him as he has done for us over the last five years on the campaign trail and the four years as president. So look we understand what's at stake in this election, the future of our country's at stake. We are here to support Donald Trump to stand them the breach that he can't stand in right now and I can tell you this the people on the trump train continue to be actively engaged in advocating for this president for four more years in an election, which is one month from today. Core thank you for your time and hope you continue. Say Negative. Just like so many others thanking, coroner. Stay safe I hope you stay negative. Thank you for your time. Hope you can use negative. What's Great Great Show I. So thank you for your time and hope you continue. Say Negative. Competitive once for that as okay. Just thought that was funny like stay negative. Hey, thank you for your courage stay negative. It just has such a great ring to it, but this is another by another. Dowse. Get to do with any of this has been supposedly. Off, the road for a long time ever since he grabbed at Phoney Bologna reporters arm it's just call. Me You sending me to the ground, and then then Ben Shapiro. The big phony says I am quitting Breitbart because they don't they're not just supporting. These are phoney writer here who got hurt damaged by Corey Lewandowski I'm GonNa Start my own publication. Forgot all about that. So long. I. Remember that every time I hear Shapiro. I think what else Phoney Baloney? This guy is i. hear all disguised great in the entertainment corner. We also had South Park where they're big Rona episode the the Corona virus episode it was. I'd give it a seven. It was. Okay it was pretty funny. All. anti-trump. They just show him as a big flame throwing douchebag literally flame throwing everything. Was Very Funny Bits, and this I thought was the reasonable reasonable humor. Is that we can't let some dirty virus from China completely up into our lives and shut us down. Please do not quote the president in front of our child. I think. That's pretty funny. Guys have. The. Right idea. What else you have on this specifically because I do WanNa talk a little bit about. I guess for example, the onto the on yesterday's NBC nightly news I'm just GonNa, play the I have other clips. But I WANNA. Play the run because the whole show the whole half hour news show I was just about trump and Gavin corona this one minute nine second. Opening teaser for the NBC nightly news yesterday breaking news tonight critical hours. White House. Official warns that the next forty eight hours will be crucial for the president's health. The mixed messages as his doctors say the president is improving Thursday. He had a mild cough nasal congestion with teague. All of which are now resolving and improving. The new reporting on his condition just before he was hospitalized did he need oxygen and to the president travel on Air Force One to a fundraiser at that while he had symptoms. Also breaking Chris Christie hospitalized for Kobe Tonight House Republicans Senators, Kellyanne Conway, and the President's campaign manager also test positive. A new photo from inside the White House event at tended by many now sick and the moment at the debate when the trump family waved off a doctor reminding them to wear masks new rules for the vice presidential debate just days away the new protocols to keep the candidates safe Mike Pence announces more in-person, campaign events. The president's experimental treatment we talked to patients tried him. This ABC. News with Jose. Belives that's also interesting. That he's been given severe and regeneration. Mama Monaco Open Monaco? Yes a monocle. Cure. I had the clips on this L.. Let's talk. Can We? Let's talk. Let's talk. Let's This is from the same NBC report, and this is NBC when I didn't clip these. They went into this thing about whether or not he was taking oxygen. They mentioned it in the teaser and that was part of it back and forth, and there's nobody would say he's taking oxygen but NBC kept saying we have sources that say he's been taken oxygen and I don't even think what difference does it make you? Actually be good. Actually take oxygen is that what they say? When you go to the hospital. If you're pregnant, you go to the hospital. The thing you love is when they put that little cannulation, your nose. Oh man, you don't smell the hospital. It's Nice and fresh makes your brain clear. But there was there was deconstructed photos of his walk to the helicopter that purported to show. He was wearing a very almost invisible. Kanye had a thing on his back a portable Basically Joe Biden's run an easier ski better experience. Fake trump. Now have to go review that again. You look at it. You'll see is a fake trumpy. He doesn't walk rice everything about it as well, and if I can point out. You were very adamant few weeks ago that clearly, the president had already had corona virus had taken hydroxy chloroquine and therefore could not even get the Ronin anymore I, mean, obviously, you have to stick to that. That was more than a few weeks ago the. Early on okay. Well, let's just listen to the experimental drug because this is interesting in that it generated an open letter by some maniac who Senate all around US short short of my inbox has passed around from person to person about how he's gotTa stop taking this experimental drug because it blows out your kidneys trying to kill the president these and these doctors are Bunch of Democrats Nice. But the NBC report has none of that but NBC, maybe. On their son decided that killers. To experimental drug part one president trump is receiving treatment not yet approved by the FDA his doctors had asked for special permission to use it. Just how effective is it? Cathy? Park has details soon after the president's Kobe nineteen diagnosis, his physician released an update saying Mr trump received a single aac graham does the regenerates antibody cocktail cocktail of two antibodies review pudding to at least based on all of our scientific experiments. You can really protect against what a lot of people are worried about the experimental drug is intended. To boost the body's immune system to help fight off the virus, we could with a senior injection within a couple of days dramatically, lower their viral levels by one hundred fold by ninety nine percent the treatment still under review being tested on patients at all different stages of the infection regeneration release a drug to the president under compassionate use in approval process that goes through the FDA for those requesting the drug outside of clinical trials. Are there any side effects of taking this cocktail? It's been in more than two. People. The safety is being monitored not only by us by outside independent experts and independent safety monitoring. Committee. And the safety profile is very benign. I will say a no case. Have I heard of the patient especially of the president inside the importance of the president getting a experimental infusion of a an antibody cocktail Nicole Martinez was diagnosed with Kovic in August with a weakened immune system do multiple sclerosis. She believed the benefits of the experimental treatment outweighed the risks you think it potentially could have saved your line. Yes. I would have to say that. A thousand person days after the injection Martinez says, she began noticing improvements I gave it like two days. Then miraculously may some smell and taste started coming back which was a godsend The Walter Reed, medical professionals a little press conference today confirm that they are that. These are the treatments being used. Do we have confirmation or is this just people talking? No I believe that they did confirm that. Okay. What would seem to me that I still would like to know where the president trump has a sense of smell. Noah's asked even talked about this woman who kind of brings it up because that's the one thing that happens to most people that get corona they had ended up with the they lose their sense of smell. Which I find to be peculiar. To more clips in this series I love I've heard that. People with influenza also sometimes loose sense of taste and smell I've never heard. Yeah. I heard a couple of times. I don't think that would be a benefit to anyone who likes wine. Now. Okay go clip to and Kathy joins US now Kathy. How soon could antibody drugs for? Co would be available to the general public. There are several companies developing these drugs right now the right now, they're still in the trial phase Jenner sentence working with the federal government roll out roughly three, hundred, thousand doses. The year for those at highest risk Jose. Rovan about three hundred. Now I got the third clip just little add on here and I wanNA play it and then I'll discuss something about it afterwards with his diagnosis the president is now part of an increasingly common club one, seven, million Americans have contracted the virus more than thirty thousand or in the hospital for it right now the country has become almost numb to the grim statistics nearly one thousand. Americans still dying each day but as commander in chief battles, the virus will it change any behaviors Sam Brock more. On the streets of South Florida, a buzz of activity inside restaurants, bars, and clubs some lorraine's feeling pandemic fatigue. They go into the Florida thing and show people you know boosted up having a good time. Now. There was a there was a little throw through I. Don't know how to describe these, but they happen all the time. And In that last clip that you don't, you didn't hear it. Because nobody hears this stuff and I'm really concerned about the fact that news reports can do like this and nobody. Because the does probably go in the brain. And you do. You have any idea what might be no I'd have to listen to it again would caught it you if you're going to see where you can. Just thirty seconds. I'd like to try it again. I'd like another try Alex please with. US Now that you know exists the are now find it hopefully, you'll find you I. I would be stunned if you didn't but let me mention something else about that. If you if you listen to all the news with it in mind that these exist, and so you're we we try by the when I will say that I don't catch these things right away you. It's only because we do these clips that catch him at all because we listen to it right we'll get the clip. Reviews the Tiffany, the process of producing the clip. We hear it. All right. Listen again with his diagnosis. The president is now part of increasingly common club one in seven million. Americans have contracted the virus more than thirty thousand or in the hospital for it right now. Well, right there off the bat, it's one in seven million have tested. Positive is not the same as contracting the virus. Is it. That because that's a problem too. No That's kind of I have the I so of it well, let me let me let me. Just continues. The rest of it, there's no more that was. Caught, you caught the moment. Okay. I didn't know if there was more I'm sorry. What he does is eat you listen carefully says one in seven million have the virus when he? Say. Oh, what he meant to say was more than seven million. Man. But he's not listening I have the play, the Ice Oh this is so you can hear it a little better. This is the trump experimental drug bonus eyeso-. One seven, million Americans have contracted. The virus is he is he saying more than seven million he's saying. When you hear it, it's one I'm here to get. Seven million as saying more than CAD saying more but it sounds but you can hear one, one, seven, million Americans have contracted the virus. Okay I. I'm just hearing him say more. It's. You're hearing more because you want to hear more now because he's saying Moore. All, but you can also hear one. And in the longer clip, it sounds more like when we had this. Phenomenon, before this is like the blue dress goals. Can. Hear those words. Well, that's sometimes obviously I exaggerated like the the thing where it says Jew here to the last show second point I'd make to. I'm just worried that you can actually hold onto it. Here, he do here in both ways right that's what makes sure you hear everything but I got the Jew thing comes from a woody Allen Bit I think it was either in any haller Manhattan. winning. Keeps Google walks down the street with his partner and it keeps saying don't. Ju He said wouldn't Ju- mind going with me Jews as drew and he makes a big stink about this August you comment and every time I hear somebody who runs the whether runs together the words Wooden Ju. Ju. I just think back on this woody Allen. Gag. Just pulling them out. Okay. That's pretty funny. Anyway okay. That's all I've got on the experimental drug in this one in seven million. Well. Final thought is operatives razor. He's actually he's got it. He sick he's GonNa fight it. He's GonNa. I think he's got it. He's going to is going to come out and he'll do a big A. Either he comes out of a or he's dozen. He looks like he's like he's facilities fluey. It looks built fluey just from the pictures I've seen those come he comes out and he staged a huge comeback and it's going to be you know monstrously good or he's going GonNa die I mean this. Die. Could Happen. But I don't think. So would that CARE is impossible people dire uc do not want to go to the doctor and the next day. Well, let's talk about. Testing for moment because this is this is heating up. in a very interesting way, and of course I love it. When things have been looking at start to pop to the top I we go to the United Kingdom's This is What's that guy's name Andrew know he has the talk show normally Kinda that interface guy. Farraj used to go on there all the time and argue with him can't remember his name. He's doing a show from home. Of course, because they're united Brian I don't O'Brien. Now it's Andrew. He's the most in your face gathered Andrew Neil. WHO Neil thanks Charlotte Yeah. So he had on. And this is you know this is BBC. An is be BBC doesn't matter. He's a real television, real television a podcast. And he had on Professor Soon Netra, Gupta. Leading epidemiologists at the University of Oxford and a very good question is what metric all these numbers that are being thrown out what metrics should we actually pay attention to to understand where we are in the power DOT AC? Metro should we be using to see how bad couvin situations? Well, certainly, we should be looking at cases. They're all sorts of problems associated, Wade. Testing positive. What that actually means doesn't mean a person who is. Infected infectious, or simply has some residual. Bars that Rome. UPENN those wherever they take it from. That's is always good. You can't argue with debts, but the other I think we should be looking at debts very about the other important point here is that we should be looking at deaths and even cases were, should we be able to measure them correctly and? See. July against the amount of testing that's being done even all of these should be placed. benchmarked against what is happening with other infections other researching fictions in particular what's happening with flu? What's happening with pneumococcal pneumonia until we place it in the context of these other infections, we tend to get instead of blinkered. Viewpoint very strict. Yes and that of course is intentional. So nude hair here almost zero death rate all you hear is a number thousand people dying every day thousand people. we don't really know if it's a CO morbidity and it's a never ending argument will never never finish it. We have the charts, we Iran him in the news constantly almost every news got a new chart. Sand thing now cases. BUMP, in April way up the curve came way down the secondary little biddy bump in terms of deaths, and then down to pretty much next to nothing but the case is skyrocketing the whole time. So An unbelievable question and answer session in the candidate Navien parliament and yes. To in Australia in Canada, they do say premiere. In Australia's premier. As. So we had the independent member of parliament, Randy Hillier, and he asked the prime minister but wha- represented in this case by his. Health and Human Services official about the. Test and this of course is one of my favorite topics because we have seen anything but. Data that shows from our very own epidemiologists are lab technicians, all the people who are members of Gitmo nation saying really if you're spinning this thing to amplify to find traces of something about thirty cycles, you're really going to bring up all kinds of stuff that could be something else it could. It could look like you're positive. It's dead virus fragments. So it's really not helpful and this bless him this This member of parliament had quotes had all thing and just beautiful exchange and I'm so happy it was on their parliament. TV My questions to the premier are covert policies and the risk that they pose rain year requires an honest and forthright discussion. Dr Eden a former TIF scientists with the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has stated and I quote. Most if not all of the. Tests result in false positives, due high ct thresholds, Juliet Morrison Garages at the University of California states, and I quote any tests would a cycle threshold about thirty five is too sensitive. The public health. Agency of Canada reported in May of this year that testing over twenty five cycles provides dubious results. The prestigious Oxford professor doctor, Carl Hannigan Estimated A. Does. Not. Equal covert nineteen speaker. My question. is are your testing treating both a false understanding the risk as well as false positives. Before we go to the answer, we talk to our political consultant from the courage of our consulting group John See what is the correct answer for the health professional in this case John. Bull. I'm not sure what the question is. That's a great answer. Let's hear it again. Keen Speaker my question. is are your testing treating both false? Of the risk as well as false positives. Yes, it is that the True. Answer would be if you're the consultant you go. Yes, it is. We need to keep the public all jacked up. To the election to we get trump out of office once that happens, we can pull back on all of this problem. Canada. Here they hate trump they hate trump and more than they hate him here. But that can't be the answer from the health ladies saying yes. while. She actually answered that way in her own way. Speaker the PC our testing is very effective. There are outbreaks in has proven to be so we are very. Not, accurate, not precise. It's even worse. They're very effective where there's. Great use of the term effects. Earning the job perfect speaker. The PTR testing is very effective in areas where there are outbreaks, it has proven to be. So we are receiving that information. We need that information in order to take action we have taken action on several fronts in terms of living social, unmonitored social gatherings limiting. Capacities. In restaurants and bars in another actions that we've taken but I'm not quite what the member is suggesting are you suggesting we don't do any testing? Shop testing is that the reaction that we should be taking with them all go on the offense right away go to what we shouldn't be doing any think even though this is. A she she literally said it's very effective in an outbreak so that we can then get people to social distance, not very effective it or precisely identifying who has the virus none of that is in their this lady screwed it. What else would you suggest acted a premium and I'm glad to. Question was posed on July thirtieth deputy medical officer of health. Dr? Bribery. Tonight quote our testing can result in over fifty percents false positives. The person actually doesn't have covert they have some deals or they have they have nothing. She is also called for limits on testing vase dramatic people while the government calls for more another contradiction in a long list of we contradictions we all high false positive rates are too high ct's and Canadian and world experts. Agree. It should not be more than twenty five cycles yet according to the Journal of Veraldi. Ontario labs are testing chapels at thirty eight to forty five cycles what needs to be done. And it's the same here with our lab at forty five, not even thirty, eight to forty five, just crank it up to thirty five. That's where it belongs. So these lab guys, these lab guys who are part of the pharmaceutical medical industry industrial complex. These recycles the more money exactly, and then he comes back he doubles site where the motorcycles, the more money, the more money more testing and more testing. The more money to more site I mean, this is just unbuttoned Manza and I think if you're running a lab by the way, you're not making a Lotta money generally. So. So now we're going to double down. And we're just GONNA take it a step further speaker to the premier. When did the premier become aware of these faulty tests and practices? Then why have you done nothing to fix them? At least July. The member, there are zero inconsistencies coming from our public health experts talk. has clarified what she indicated before what she indicated four was that the. Testing is very effective in areas where. Outbreaks such as effective in areas where we're having outbreaks. So when I did my PCR tested Rogin, it wasn't effective because it wasn't an outbreak. So it's not only effective. So you can just say Cook we have an outbreak. makes. No Sense. But Oh, don't worry areas where we are having outbreaks such as what we're seeing the areas province right now in Peel in Ottawa and in Toronto we need that testing to make those decision. We are taking your that we need. We need testing to make those decisions because it's very effective. Yeah. For your agendas decision, we are taking action where we need to take action we're looking at other methods of testing. Some of the Antigen testing is looking very promising. It looks as if hell candidate is proving that it's a good screening tool, but we need every tool that we can use. The are testing antigen testing. We're looking at saliva testing we need everything that we can do for screening and for testing purposes to keep the people of Ontario down. To, keep people locked down we need every tool it's looking promising, not a single one and that's one time this lady say this works it's accurate or precise no none of it. It's looking promising saliva test antibody test bull crap bullcrap we're being hoodwinked and it's in the system. It's not by these people. The Assay showed up for the big lab that one of the two big lives that we habits forty-five cycles it's just too high. And they need Oh. Yeah. They needed we she's not lying. We need it. So we can keep you locked down and muzzled up shut up slave will what's the point? Control Power. Kind of power they're going to get what can what can control what can I control and power the What were they going to use the power for? With break backs the economy, they're ruining all the restaurants daylight to go to build back better. Hello if got to break it down to build back better. So we have a reason to shepherd in the green new deal and all of the great green good paying jobs it's going to bring good paying union jobs. Yes I think that that is ultimately that is ultimately where it's headed. This is all part of the giant hoax of climate change. Yes. Note from Greg I'm a producer leaving Italy on October. First, the Italian Prime Minister Garcia Picante while addressing the assembly in Berlin used the phrase. Reconsider. Leo. Translates according to Google translate to we try to build back better so he basically said build back better It's all over the place. Another Italian another Chinese affiliate with build back better COO. The heck knows who's WHO's behind it. But when you tell the Chinese would benefit from this put off their they've already made the statement although Biden praised it as China's clan they're going to they're going to have carbon dioxide emissions. Peak is GonNa peak in twenty thirty, and then they're going to head towards zero emissions. Peaking, anything. There's just doing what they do. They're paying no attention to any of this. They're going to be at a dominant position to in terms of manufacturing and in terms of just. The ability to do anything profitably. Then Anybody that's going to start depending on win power when you have, for example, the United States has three hundred and fifty years. Worth of coal in the ground that could power this country for three hundred and fifty years. Yeah. But we can't do that. Cheap cheap cheap energy and energy translates the cheap goods. Because if something if if you can power plant to make something and it doesn't cost anything, the power plant, the product coming out is GonNa be a lot less expensive just going to be coiled materials if if they get their way and they clearly seem to be pushing very hard. There will be everything will be shoved onto the green new deal new taxes. Elliott everything and and and there will be they've already said it work from home weeks. It's lowering the cost of operation keep big corporate infrastructure lowering their building costs for sure by up to forty percent. And keeping slaves interchangeable at home in the little pod, it's like the Matrix we just connect the internet to your umbilical cord and we've got a human resource. It works by itself. Look at it. It's a little thing. There's little little house. Generates stuff for me don't have to do anything to it. Don't have to worry about it. No HR issues and no workman's COMP. Is Great and then we'll just give them phoney baloney jobs that'll be good paying green jobs and universal basic income. You know this is what they want to do. They're not hiding this. Don't hide it. No. So so obfuscate things in a certain way that only a few people can understand normally. Our. Producers we can figure most of this out. But I don't know what good it does anyone. Makes US feel better. or at least we. Prepare for the worst guess, I don't know. that. You're right. This whole thing is just in a bad is a bad situation. We just this whole the rest of this year with his bullcrap lockdown when there's no dance is ridiculous. But the ridiculousness is from the citizens themselves. Austin had a big rally yesterday. Would they call it? It was like Constitutional Rights Rally you see what it was called. Yes. Constitutional Rights Summit had stuff to do obviously. A. Everyone went out and bitched about not having a mask. Sure. I would recommend people who those four charge that in the last newsletter in the be all the other newsletters before that just take a look and tell me what what does it make sense So now we're starting to Polish everything up. You know make sure everyone knows who's on the right side of all this and who's doing who's doing doing the best and who's doing all the good work. Good work and the CUOMO who I believe to be responsible for Not Directly. But yes, he did he did order a directly people. Well, he's denying this. Denying what would they have documented? Yes. I've two clips one from CNN N. N.. Now, of course, with the soft shoe because he is Chris giant head Cuomo's brother. And they're kind of setting it up for the ALLEYOOP, which is the second clip. For. Sure. How many of new? York's six thousand Cova related nursing home deaths are linked to the states order, but it is growing political storm for Governor Andrew Cuomo who insists he was just following federal guidelines new. York followed the president's agencies. Guidance that is not quite the true. Not Quite guideline say nursing homes can accept Kovic patients. New York's directive said, no residents shelby denied admission. Still Cuomo said, nursing homes were not required to take over patients if they didn't feel they could handle them I think the rule that you can't discriminate against the COVID patient. Is is right. That doesn't mean the nursing home has to accept a Kobe positive patient, but the heads of nursing home say they viewed the March twenty-fifth directive as a mandate one telling CNN we were told that we were not allowed to turn people down nursing staff tried to make other changes, but many couldn't stop the spread of Covid. After. Six Weeks Cuomo essentially reversed part of directive issuing an executive order saying hospitals cannot discharge a patient to a nursing home unless the patient tests negative for covert nineteen critics claim the governor finally realized his policy was wrong. So that's the soft cover he's given, which allows the governor of New York. To make this statement to the Finger Lakes Daily News, and we never needed nursing home beds because we always had hospital beds. So it just never happened in. New York. Where we needed to say what nursing home we need you to take this person even though the. Covert positive it never happened. We had extra beds. We had extra beds at Javed's extra beds at emergency hospitals that we put up all across the state. So it just never happened. That we needed a nursing home to take a covert positive person. It never happened. And that's how it goes shameless in. That's how it goes. Now he's not just shameless. We only have one word for that here on the show. Total Douche I have a note from I'm GonNa get this if defined it. From From the anonymous lesbian. Oh good have much is actually summariser note. She says that Survive did print it out now. She says she's been she hates this Guy Cuomo and she. She's convinced that there is a he's behind some. There's some scam going on and everything's part of the scam of his he's somehow profiting. And she believes that wants to the shutdown took place. Especially in New, York nobody has noticed what they've done to to Laguardia go she flew out of Laguardia to Boston for some advantage and then she she says Laguardia has been completely leveled and completely rebuilt on a twenty four seven basis they had every worker in the service that could be in construction. No Mass? No. That just working their asses off harmony for seven to rebuild the Gordian into some outrageously gorgeous modern airport and you've been Liguori. I've been there. Yes. The piece was shade whole Shit Shit Hole Airport and she thinks that there's some there's something went on with him and the construction workers or whatever to rebuild this airport from the ground up from scratch. To this modern new fancy airports, no one's talking about it. It is an eight billion dollar construction of new Laguardia taking place while keeping the existing airport fully operational. On a site smaller than central park when complete, it will be the first new major airport in the United States in more than twenty five years the new Laguardia Airport follow the Vision Governor Cuomo outlined in two thousand fifteen to create a unified twenty-first-century airport with world class amenities iconic public art, the state of the art security that. Trends. This is this. Is, Your Gulag People improve translation access an additional airside taxi ways to reduce delays. The overall eight, billion dollar investment New York broke, but no eight billion dollar investment is two-thirds privately financed. Okay. There you go. There's your scam. What do you think Chai? Khana, could it be? When be. China ever thought China because China's involved. Airports in China is probably Chinese people building it man, what are you talking about? Risk could be two? Oh, let's see. Let's see who is investing C doesn't say we should know. Magic Johnson is invested in it apparently. In the new Laguardia. Are that work. I don't know Magic Johnson enterprises teamed up with loop capital markets in a CEO Jim Reynolds become equity investors in the Guardia. Gateway partners. My goodness. Well, let's just do a simple search. China investment. Laguardia this is show prep why bother beating around the bush. I don't see it. I don't see milestone reach maybe this is it. Could be could be. I don't know man, but that's very interesting. Very interesting that she brought that to our attention. New. I thought that New York had no money they were broke. They need a bailout. Gas Project. Is apparently airports have beauty. Well. That is kind of welcome but you know I just I worry about the Chinese thing because they own Times Square for New Year's Eve they own a lot of stuff. Yeah. They could be really heavily involved in maybe magic. Johnson whose ex NBA is just a front man for the Chinese for all. We know how here we go Charlie in the troll room back in two thousand, fifteen cuomo first announced plans for the overhaul Olympic consortium called Gordon Partners, which includes Scott Scott h okay. PSA USA, Vantage Airport China's are involved. Chinese. Yeah. So of course I mean there's going to be all kinds of money in a project like that. How can you? How can you go wrong hockey go wrong that's why Magic Johnson's Whoa. Yeah. Well. I love the anonymous lesbian for turning US onto that. That's very good. Now back to the douchebag elite. Spin Chicago, Mayor Lori, lightfoot lost her marbles. And this just gives you a little juice. I had not thought of her that way but yes, beetlejuice. beetlejuice dozens. Bit. Well, she dressed up as the Rona Crusader. Yes. She came into the press briefing with this music playing and she and her health and Human Services Secretary were wearing capes and masks to handing out bottles of clorox and the hand sanitizer as the guess what we're here to talk about the Crusaders. Good afternoon everyone. Happy. October. I. I'd like to begin by A. Partner in crime. Dr. Public Health. Truth wants to. Partnering cries you nailed it truth wants to come. Out. I. Absolutely. That's funny. Well, here's another truth wants to come out. This is Chris Wallace seems to be the case for those who know Chris Wallace, Fox News, the guy who moderated the the first presidential debate seems to be the story is the health of the president and the question of the same thing to me. The takeaway of this whole thing is the follow science. We've made the masks a political issue. Oh Yeah. No No. No. No Chris Wallace you have. You made it a political issue. The news media made it politically issue no backing down. We haven't the candidates have and it's not a political issue. It's a public health Estrin, and if I could say, one thing to all of the people out there watching. Forget the politics. This is a public safety health issue the president of the United States is in the most secure bubble in the world in the sense that everybody who comes in contact with them has to take a task and he's still got it. So where the Damn NASC and follow the science the key takeaway. This follow the science listened to the science. The size tells us is bullcrap science doesn't talk the men who speak for science. That's that's the power right there. You know people like Bill Gates everyone. He speaks on behalf of science. These are the representatives does those people need to be listen to? Science says this. We better learn a little bit as a as a world how science really works I just want to remind you everybody about Bill Gates back in Davos? Twenty, fifteen I think twenty sixteen when he was talking about, you know this is obviously pre corona virus talking about his investments in in the vaccine industry please just remember what's going on here. You invested ten billion dollars vaccinations over the last two decades and you figured out the return on investment for that and it kind of stunned. That can you walk us through the math? that. When you take these vaccines, get them to be very inexpensive by making big volume commitments. Have that right relationship with the private sector. Get, the delivery system. So they're really getting the coverage out there. You literally saved millions of lives. We see a phenomenal trucker, it's been one, hundred, billion overall. The world's put in our foundation. It's a bit more than ten billion. But we feel there's been a twenty to one returns. The economic benefits that's pretty strong number compared to anything else. Human. Benefit in millions of lives saved. So we're here pretty strong message that. Although all these other issues are very important. Let's not forget about the great success in global help in maintaining that commitment I think the numbers that you ran through where if you had put that money into an S. and p. five hundred and reinvested the dividends you've come up with something like seventeen, billion dollars that you think it's two hundred billion dollars here. Yeah. Yeah. Lovely to getting rich. Nonprofit I love the nonprofit where it just just keep printing money. It's so cool. They never have to fundraise. They never have to do anything it's just invest and it just becomes more and more is fantastic. Invest in prisons to yes. No, they said they dialed that back but I don't believe dialed it back doesn't mean they don't invest prisons. Do a lot more but we decided not to dial it back a bit I got. Two. Little Remember the what was that? Hey, guy from the UK The you will obey and Above the billiard ball guy yeah actually I should probably. Was that Haig howdy Spill Hague H. A. G. I think. Maybe yeah, Aso just this this is something we put together years ago. Takes place within a strong legal framework. We offer them to the rule of law. And our accountable for. Southern countries, secret intelligence is used to control the. Hours. Exists to protect the freedoms. Protects the. So we had that. we have our night of the southern skies who is in Danny Stan. Also known as the Victoria Nobre Australia and he's put together his own versions. To actually of the Mr Dan and and his statements. For the rules, there is no need to protest anything. New. And then let's be clear. The spots some of the absolute nonsense, daddy criterion papers, civil liberties, and human rights. Enforce the rules. No human rights he needs a little more I like the Russian. Chorus in the background, but he needs to put a little more echo on the guy. Yeah and maybe a little more high end who sweep punches through a bit better. But it's a very good job like these a lot and I like it because we're months ahead of Australia. They're catching up on the script and it's nice when we can kind of give them the same jollies we've always had here. You need that stuff you need to laugh about it and I think this is the clip. Maybe not what is this? But the hell. THOUSAND DIFFERENT ONE Could forward. Doesn't take much to make these sound guys. I'm pretty evil and all the elements are there just need to add a music bed and a little echo? That's that's what's really happening down under. Anything more on the Kovic or anything we need to do that we've. Go I do have this woman net is a healthcare worker with little complaint she had a real long complaint but I I took thirteen seconds of it. I think she's a doctor machines bitching about seven I took the thirteenth seconds out of the thirteenth six I pulled to good ISOS for the to show mix. I think it'd be just generally good for a lot of different things, but this is a healthcare worker. And her complaint what I now find out is that I am trained to work for a system that keeps people dependent, dumb and seek. And this is a crime. This is show girl woman. Who are in It was actually Ancilla who told me about her because she knows her very well and she did quit her job and she's crowdfunding her existence to be out there and talk the truth, and it was actually quite a good statement that she made I liked the ditch. It gets and it's not as -fensive like your Dutch. Dutch offensive well, not to me. Oh. The dish like it. Oh they think. I I got the to ISOS I thought at the. End of show and then you have. Never went dumb and sick. There's very into show dom. Okay. Good. Good end this show the other one, which is crime is so this is a crime. So we have let's see. We have I think dumb. Sick is definitely up there but I think stay negative is still in the running. Let's listen again gum and sick. Thank you for your time and hope you continue say negative and that's too long. Violating your rule of length I'm too long. Yes. Right. Okay. I think dominic good because we are we're dumb and sicker. And sicker everybody and with that would like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you the man who put the see in forty five. Cycles Mr John See divorce. In the morning, you Mr Adam carry in the morning to all ships at sea boots on the ground feet in the air subs in the water and all the days the nights out today in the morning to everybody including you trolls eighteen seventy of yet yet they're backed John Everyone's everyone's back on board. That's the way linked to see it in the morning because Oh desk is now they're back on the trump benway. Well, what happens this? Trump. GETS GETS whatever goes to the hospital. My phone blows up my family. and. You can see the mixed emotions and they're confused and angry and mad and and but oh you. Okay. Okay Stepped on a cord took to the Mike. Okay Rob. Plant. So it's it's. Logical people. Did. You see what happened on the twitter's Thursday a sample we needed emergency pod tweeted emergency show right now you have to get on the stream and talk to us. Like That no twitter that much anymore now good good and while I appreciate unmastered on now. No the why appreciate it. Now. That's not how it works. You know we need to digest. We get clips. We need to see what's happening and he can't do from one day to the next. And please. It's unstoppable but I personally. I can't tell you why exactly. But when people say an episode or show and they call it a pod I, just WanNa hate you all I didn't know it. Oh, that's terrible. It started with Pod Save America started using that term will tomorrow on the pod and it's it's taken over it's now it's called a pod And if I'd save America's one of the worst podcast of of the mall, it's just a bunch of. People haranguing trump you know unlike us. Every game rang every rain anybody but but it's just the the turn pod like a p. pod or little pot of idiots sitting in the pod like pod bean. Prod being it pod been working on the Podcast Index Dot Org pod bean is I'd say number two or number three of all podcast feeds. Really. Yes I meant to tell you that I was like holy crap pod beams no joke. Those guy says the real deal. They. Got I. think Fifty, sixty, thousand at least. Updating. Yeah. Not just think we're even on their says some. Are Not I don't know what do you mean? Why I mean he he they go on staff. And Todd me well, this a big problem. There's there's a lot of fraud where like Scott Adams is a perfect example and it's on spotify this potter. Spot spot at pod Adams is on spotify with two feeds the same show except he doesn't own one of them is just someone ripping off his feed and if they ever run as the probably probably make the money off of it. There's a lot of fraud in the in anchor which was bought by spotify and. St About Stitcher, but for sure pod. pod Wien. Power. To those guys. Did they did it right pot being? The name that cracks me up to use it it's like spas them. Yeah. Be See that's just funny. So I use it all the time 'cause always gets you gets a laugh. Does I can't help, but it just is so lame pod beating anyway good trolls working hard time you a highly appreciated no agenda stream dot com go to that page. There's a chat widget right there. You can listen to the stream live chat along with the trolls is really called trolling. And they're told me right now I shouldn't be looking on trying to concentrate. That is no agenda stream dot com when you're in there, just hit him up for an invite to no agenda. SOCIAL DOT COM, which is our mastodon federated social network. No Algorithm. So the signal to noise ratio is high John and I post there more while John, doesn't post anything on twitter anymore just re tweets So if you want some of those, some of that great brain juice from the from the Fabulous d'Ivoire act Goto. No agenda. SOCIAL DOT COM and a big in the morning to the artist who brought us one of the best pieces of art in an conceptually and I think an Execution Mountain J. The bill back better Django blocks. Jingo Django Django whatever the game, what they're caught even know that they calling it until you pointed it out which soldiery on the Peace Yes Jenga blocks. It's you know it's the game when you pull the blocks out and then it all falls down if you do it wrong. It's called. So as building blocks build back better I saw people asking for Ah, version of it without the writing. So they could it for their own country. Now of course, great reset and green new deal you and you can leave in there but you know they want to maybe blow job and had to go but people were so jacked about. The week as one and I was interviewed by Max Kaiser Maximum Stacey yesterday on their orange pill podcast. And I I lay this out on about the bill back better and you want to see Max Kaiser's brain start to go into high gear start smoke comes out of his even when he heard this, he's like holy crap. They're they're exporting the entire globalist agenda to year end the branding. This is starting to figure it out and how long have we been on this half a year. At least. Well when you for you found it in the U N Declaration. And private say it's about four months. Maybe, longer I mean, we lose track at times with some of these things are just going on and on and on and nobody's paying attention. But except is really I really liked that piece and and you know once you once you see it then it's like holy crap. That makes that's just so good to very good peace now. We're there now. Yes Go. We will talk about the ones that the pieces that you started off with a you're a big supporter of the bill back better thirty three train that was done by Darren. I wasn't I said it was nice. Well, you liked it. Yeah. Sure and also. Putin for some reason, I didn't think much of it I. Kinda like the one I kinda like was Nacho tramps, disgusting picture of of Biden. Kissing. A Chris. Wallace said Larouche Wallison address. And I was actually promoting that piece the most in but you nixed it based on a feeling that you had seen the art before yes that's right. Well certainly that's a template the template of Joe Sniffing someone. That's all it was well done. I didn't like our own template the no agenda Temple. There was. I I would have still continued to push this piece and I it was sold except for the fact that you thought you saw for any, here's what I'm going to just mention for the artists benefit. If you we see that looks like it may have been lifted. We don't use it and we usually check for it. I can not find that this was lifted and I used it I just posted every once in a while because I think it's funny. But the the promises, this artist, nacho trump's tramps or whatever it is. Has No. Track record of of any sort he's got one picture of Pepi, the frog which is definitely lifted. So I couldn't go with well this guy's looks like a pro he's been doing a lot of stuff. This is very much like his normal style I couldn't back him up. and. So many of the artists you can just click on there. Yeah you can. Generate you can look at their history and you can see the artists who are professionals honors show. It just stands out like a sore thumb. Honorable. Honorable. Mention for nick the REX nick nick the rats. Putin's puppy. Yes and Nick Rats Putin which was another nice piece 'cause it turns out that Putin desolate like A. Dog. and. I thought that was also in contention, but we ended up with this piece which you actually identified. And sold me on because you mentioned the name of those blocks I didn't realize it was that and so I yeah that was the piece at one. It was a tough one. This was a tough it tough tough contest for sure. Yeah. But we love the artist should be happy. They were mentioned especially in this segment and please feel free to go take a look at no agenda art generator dot com you can see all the pieces submitted many of them, make it onto products that. Are Available at no agenda shops, DOT com. 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They may even be Let me just see Quad USA. Well, I thought I had heard it but I thought it was kind of like one of those towns of sealed indictments type deals but. the quad with United. States now, of course. is to be the Quad I lost that page. Israel. Thing and it they call it now. This is from St Dot Gov. Okay. That will be. Useful. Here it is from our State Department US Australia India Japan consultations known as the squad. The Quad I don't know why it's the quad is not it's not an acronym. But it's four. Okay. So they're doing stuff and they're doing stuff and the whole point of the quad is to mess with China. So remember it's the United States. It's Australia it's India and Japan just a quicker foreign report that I picked up since we don't get this kind of news in the Free West Mead where China, the quad has come into action because India takes the. Philippines, from China, Japan has begun working on Vietnam and Indonesia. China is being given some of the most decisive blows in the Indo Pacific as the Quad and infamous strategic group comprising India Japan. The US and Australia seems to have made up its mind to go out in containing China's influence, India, and Japan to key what constituents are now wooing assiette members in a bid to kick China out. Of Southeast Asia I India tempted to take the Philippines away from China by working towards a preferential trade agreement with Manila, and now Japan's prime minister. Yoshihiko. Suba is I do the RCN members we at Phnom Anna Nisha as a part of his first overseas trip after coming at the helm of his Japan and India thus turning the tide against China in Southeast Asia, which happens to be at. The core of the Indo Pacific strategy check Beijing's growing influence while the South East Asian nations like Vietnam Indonesia and the Philippines are having common interest with the quote including this shit concerns against Chinese expansionism belligerents and it's Salami slicing techniques to win the south. ESI. It seems that the UN hasn't deserted China in the courts favor I like to the Salami slicing tactics I. Never heard that term before. Salon China's Salama Slight Salami slicing tactics. So, what Australia may be part of the quad? An attack coming up from the south with New Zealand on September the twenty fifth, a report released by Chinese Global Television network CGT and said that New Zealand China will upgrade its free trade agreement FTA within the framework of the controversial belt and Road Initiative Bri Kao Fong a spokesperson from the Chinese. Ministry of Commerce reportedly announced the news at the virtual China New Zealand Joint Committee on Trade and Economy Meeting on September twenty third the upgrade I am to deepen cooperation and infrastructure agriculture and Tourism Gal said CGT in reported that New Zealand and China would also maintain communication on research medicine and Vaccine Development. New Zealand and China concluded negotiations for the upgraded. FTA. In November two, thousand and nineteen. It is yet to be passed by the New Zealand and currently is at the stage where submissions from the public are being heard. It sounds like Belton road to me has well entered New Zealand New Zealand is either going to have to village should probably be kicked out of five is exactly. Either that or they should could be used by five is to spy on China and some funny. Way. Sense 'cause they're a bunch of Socialists. Prime Ministers, kind of debt. They're good to go with China they don't care about anything else. And, Prime Minister whack-job prime ministers just A. Complete nut I haven't heard from. Who Have Sir Chris I think in. New. Zealand as well. I haven't heard from him. Wonder if everything's okay. No, it's so small. Do they still have Internet. Are they still connected are they're still on the grave? Maybe After all those earthquakes. New Zealand. I don't know man you know who's buying land new. Zealand is all the California. Yeah. Exactly. The douchebag rich Californians. So maybe that's good. Miss a good thing. They should have their Chinese friends. They're running the show they probably like it think it's good. They can have was she. She she has she come onto the compound. Komo to the COMP. Okay. see Mike. Says Adam. My sister is a spy I mean Dominican. Nun in New Zealand they still have Internet okay. You didn't just saying your sisters Dominican non we already understand she's a spy. You don't have to tell us. We're hip to that. We got it. So I, just a little research because I'm working in a new new BINGO cards. Yes this coming up Wednesday. So I, gotTa get on the stick I finished I finished the Harris. Card. Can. You give us a few examples because she's on the computer. I'M GONNA put it onto mastodon probably tomorrow said get anymore what I can't. Okay. There's still room for input. Yeah. You're GONNA have a hard time crack through I. Commend Issey well, thought out cart. But I decided that if you want to do some research on Harris and if and I'm sure pants is doing this you gotta go back to the debates when she got into a beef with Biden and you're talking about the Democrat debates. Yeah. which you got into a beef with Biden she got into a real slam fest with Tulsi Gabbard and I pulled some clips a slim fast. You tell me. Nice it's a slam fast, and so we have by four clips that are very entertaining more like, but they also were developed you develop a. The buzzwords, the buzz words for the hi Ed Harris. Bingo card, but let's listen to this token remind as what a jerk Harris says by listening to her, she got no votes to nobody liked her as she was blessed even you can even tell that they were. The hosts of this debate were scamming or when they brought Tulsi Gabbard in. Just a slam even more let's go with the early Harris Debate clip one Senator Harris. been quite critical vice president PA Vice President Biden's policies on race specifically on the issue of busing in the thousand nine hundred seventy s having benefited from bossing when you were a young child vice-president Biden says that your current position on bussing, you're opposed to federally mandated busing. That position is the same as his position is right. That is simply false and let's be very clear about this. When Vice President Biden was in the United States Senate working with segregationist to opposed busing, which was the vehicle by which we would integrate. America's public schools had I been in the United States? Senate at that time I would have been completely on the other side of the aisle and let's be clear about this had those segregationists their way. I would not be a member of the United States Senate. Cory. Booker would not be a member of the United States and Barack, Obama would not have been in the position to nominate him to the title he now holds. And so on that issue, we could not be more. Heart, which is the vice president has still failed to acknowledge. That it was wrong to take the position that he took at that time. Now I would like to also talk about this conversation about Eric, Garner because I to met with his mother. And one of the things that we've got to be clear about it that this President United States Donald Trump while he has been in office has quietly been allowing the united. States Department of Justice to shutdown consent decrees to stop pattern and practice investigations. On that case, we also know that the civil. Rights Division and this is important. The Civil Rights Division. Of the United States Department of Justice said charges should have been filed but this United States Department of Justice was usurped and I believe it is because that president did not want those charges to go forward and they overrode a decision by the civil. Rights. Division of the States Department of Justice under my administration the Civil Rights Division will rain and their. Methods President, by now want to give you a chance to respond to what Senator Harris. Okay Okay so she steamrolls everybody. Runs over time and she's this is important. It was and it was Tom. What she said was incomprehensible she's rattling off something she she. Memorize it wasn't all that great was that. She's no good last night on. SNL At the end of that whole opening sequence Maya. What's her name? The WHO WHO to? Get My. My. My Angela was playing. Harris now. Maya Rudolph, that's. So. She comes out and she says, well, what I'm going to give you a WEAP- woman as president, and until it's time for that I'll just be hot VP in charge and it was clearly written. The whole bit was written to show that trump's old idiot biden's and old idiot and really Comma Harris is the way to go. That was the message from NBC. Lorne. Michaels. Saturday. Night live. Made my stomach turn. Here we go. A. Want to give you a chance to respond to what senator. Harris Cassette. Senator Harris Has Attorney General for eight years in the state of California. There were two of the most cigarettes school districts in the country in Los Angeles and in San Francisco, and she did not ev- I. I didn't see a single solitary time. She brought a case against them to descend from. Secondly, she also is in a situation where she had a police department when she was there that in fact wasn't abusing people's rights and the fact was that she in fact was told by her own people that her own staff that she should do something about and disclose to defense attorneys like me that you in fact have been by the police officer did something you did not give you Information Expo Your your client. She didn't do that. She never did, and so what happened along came in federal judge said enough enough and he freed housing of these people. If you doubt me Google a thousand prisoners freed Comma Harra. Thank you vice president. Biden is Inter Harris you're response. Is simply not true. And as Attorney General of California where I ran the second largest department of Justice in the United. States second only to the United States Department of Justice. I am proud of the work we did work that has received national recognition for what has been the important work reforming a criminal justice system and cleaning up the consequences of the bills that you pass when you are in the United States Senate for decades. It was the work of creating the for one of the first in the nation initiatives around reentering former offenders and getting them jobs in counseling I did the work as attorney general of putting body cameras on special. Here, this I'm kind of excited about this debate. I have no idea how the the former radio guy. Vice President Pence is going to. Cause it is. Have we ever seen him. Raise his voice get a little testy I don't nothing ever. For Comma harassed. Let me be clear. These are all pretty obvious ones that she's GonNa throw out there but pans does he have any comebacks? It he's he was given this role. He plays it perfectly, but he seems devoid pursing as we seen. Personality not then it'd be using what I'm playing now as their base. Because she's argumentative. She runs over time. She does all these things too. Let's go I guess now it gets a little better because they bring in. Tulsa review this is going to get better. This is the worst. This is horrible to listen to this. Special number. And I would ask. Congresswoman Gabbard congresswoman. Gabbard. You took issue with Senator Harris Confronting Vice, president. Biden. At the last debate. You called it a quote false accusation that Joe Biden is a racist. What's your response? I want to bring the conversation back to the broken criminal justice system. that. Disproportionately negatively impacting black and brown people all across this country today. A Senator Harris says, she's proud of her record as a prosecutor in that she'll be a prosecutor president, but I'm deeply concerned about this record. There are too many examples to cite, but she put over fifteen hundred people in jail for marijuana. About it when she was asked to, she ever smoked marijuana. She blocked. Evidence that would have freedom innocent man from death row until the courts forced her to do. So she kept people in prison beyond their sentences to use them as cheap labor for the state of California and she fought to keep. Failed in place that impacts four people in the worst kind of way. Thank Congresswoman Center response. I kind of like the she basically said that she will enslaves people. That's pretty good Tulsi way to her family was slave owners. Of course, they don't forget that little tidbit. Of course, they were and yeah. And it's to walk on the on the debate card. Yet, okay. I think to park may may have to come on the day I I don't think. So she's still lying about him I'll play the clip after you're done. Okay, let's play this one. This one big number four. Yeah. Respond. As the elected attorney general. California. I did the work. Significantly reforming the criminal justice system of state of forty million people which became a national model for the work that needs to be done and I am proud of that work and I am proud of making the decision to not just give fancy speeches or being a legislative body and give speeches on the floor, but actually doing the work. Of being in the position to use the power that I had to reform a system that is badly in need of reform. That is why we created initiatives that were out reentering former offenders and getting them counseling. It is fine because I know that criminal justice is broken that I am an advocate for what? But legalize marijuana in the United States I want to bring Congresswoman Gabbard back in your response. But bottom line is Senator Harris when you in a position to make a difference in an impact in these people's lives you did not and worse yet in the case of those who are on death row. Innocent people you actually blocked evidence from being revealed that would have freed them until you were forced to do. So there is no excuse for that and the people who suffered under your reign as prosecutor you owe them an apology. You got. Centrist. Entire career I have been opposed personally and posted the death penalty and that has never changed and I dare anybody who was in a position to make that decision to face the people I have faced to say I will not seek the death penalty. That is my background that is my work. I am proud of it I. Think you can Judge People by when they are under fire. and. It's not about some fancy opinion on a stage. But when they're in the position to actually make a decision, what do they do when I was in the position of having to decide whether or not to seek a death penalty on cases I prosecuted I made a very difficult decision that was not popular to not seek the death penalty history shows that nine proud of those decisions. Now, you using audacity because that's pretty good for our city. So fancy fancy she says to to put her down you just fancy opinion on a stage A. Fancy opinion stated which she said that was her that was. I do want to play one little snippet as a little twelve second. This is Harris. Short snippet just to show you that she uses this term a lot and let's be clear. There is no vaccine. For Racism We've gotta do the work. Well, good news in a long line of. Presidential or vice presidential candidates We have had on this show and covered throughout our almost thirteen year history. Of course, we started with the children and the children have always had something to say. Hillary Clinton, and then of course we got. Giant in your skin. Asking and Luckily today we have. ME. A so desperate sounding and. Yes. Beauty Jam. Let's see. Mike's one of his eighteen children. She's got a career ahead of her. Say Car now and put her to work. It's so good. I can't believe we haven't played that more. Scummy Vogue that is very good. I just have two little quick Quick cameras since I've been holding onto, it would have been doing other stuff. So this to pox your core know she would lie like she was in school before the album came out she. Was Smoking Weed listen to pock she was doing a zoom zoom interview on it wasn't We're CNN I think we're maybe MSNBC WITH ANGELA RYE Angela. Don't like her at all and and this and Communist. So just listen. Mass rapper alive to pop. Lives as best rapper alive she says to. Angela writes GonNa try and save her. Safer from. I got. Lana second. I have to relish this. You Ready Keys, asked. Who's the best rapper alive? Yes. and. Everybody including all white men. That the main thing about two. Was Good in his era, but he's dead everybody in there. Everybody knows this. Hey. Don't group me with the old white men just yet. But still she? Hip. camelot or Kamala or whatever. She wants to call herself Harris. Thinks he's the best rapper alive and okay started from scratch again because I want to hear it again then. Mass. Rapper I. You, say he lives on. I keep doing that. Listen West, coast girl thing to pack lives on I'm with you. I'm with you so to. Say Own that. Would I say? I mean, there's so many I mean. Any of them, there are some that I would not mention right now because they should stay in their lane. But. That's a slam at Konya. That's stay in his lane not acting black GONYEA. That's what she's saying. There are some that I I would not mention right now because they should stay in their lane get back in the black lane with me the black lady. But Others I. Wasn't. There are some compilations of I kept. Putting aside, I never got put one together, but cameras got to. She's worse than Hillary with that cackle she laughs and lasts less than you very. Often at the wrong moments, he has an cackle and it's just I think is worse than Hillary's well, let's check. We have. That's that's not actually. I thought we had. That is that we had that one a couple of times. We have casick. And we have Rachel Maddow. O, that's how it works. Okay. Now, let me see if we can get spot here Carol. Back a little I keep doing that. Let. This songs with her cackle I think we we might have had one on the word is. Many. I, mean you know it i. There are some that I would not mention right now because they should stay in their lane. But on others I. WanNa know. I. Keep. Moving. And That was not supposed to be as. Well, she could have done another one and was clearly on her mind this bothered her so much to so bothered that she had messed this one up and she couldn't come up with any other names other than Konya was just living rent-free as they say in her head. So she had to stay in your maybe she meant staying you're laying out of my head. What you do on a black man, you can't. So when she was talking about, you got it right the first time. So when when she was Doing a speech answering questions about. Ruth. Bader Ginsburg this came out of her face she was part of our culture. Yes. We wear those notorious B I g t shirts with a lot of pride. So. Notorious B I g was a rapper whose also dead. said I G. instead of instead of our BG yeah. Yeah Yes we wear those notorious B I g t shirt with. That was from notorious B I g not our BG. that. That's what she's consumed with. She's consumed with the mistake with Angela Rye and then she'd messes up her brain. So patsy messes up our BG with the I. G. Those are good catches. That was the keeper she got loud. Did a good job now with a dynamite catch. Yeah. I wouldn't have caught that in a million years. Since. My goodness, it's so plaintiff plaintiff is exactly. That's right. That's right. Let me see. You know just to go back to the debates for a moment. Chris Wallace who I really do blame. For. A lot of just how it went. Wrong. He's so full of crap. So here he was on bill. So I don't know. I didn't I'm not sitting at home watching. Fox where people send me clink Links to clips. And so he blamed this thing going off the rails even argument went off the rails. It was just not not pleasant to watch, but I don't think it was off the rails. A lot of people thought it was pleasant pleasant in an entertaining way to watch. I wasn't squirming in my seat watching it. It made me. Anxious but just it was uncomfortable. And funny thing. And I've watched it. So many times now could have watched for different clips that people you know check this out. He said this I was going looking for that for the Ju- comet all of this stuff. A lot of good things were said by both he was just the interruption somehow. Overpowered by the way apparently. According to analysis from sound engineers in a sound engineers read at group The president's microphone was consistently three DB's lower three DB's which is quite a bit. Lot Yeah then then Biden's microphone anyway. So here's Chris. Wallace blaming it all on the president. Here's what happened. You know we began the first segment on the Supreme Court they each got their two minutes and they both a obeyed and not particular case. then. Biden started to answer a question and the president started erupting him and my initial reaction was this is great because so often these debates become parallel news conferences where one candidate answers the question to him the other candidate answers the question to him. So when the president started engaging with Biden I thought we're going to have a real debate here it became clearer and clearer over. Time that this was something different and that the president was determined to try to but in and throw Joe Biden no off you gave your statistics I saw another Fox analysis that indicates the president interrupted either Biden's answers are my questions a total of one, hundred, five times, which is way more than what a minute and he bears the primary responsibility for what happened onces so he This is nonsense. Okay. So it just bothers me this guy. And because I know I know that that it just wasn't like that and then he's Biden interrupted him in fact now what would Chris Wallace said was. Joe. Biden was answering a question and trump interrupted. That's what he said. Let me just see if I can find a Reaction started interrupting. Our question and the president started erupting and my initial. Okay. So the vice president was answering the question and the president start interrupting him. No the first question, the president answered for two minutes Joe Biden answered for two minutes. Then the and he ended his statement and I timed it it was two minutes. actually think a couple of seconds over. And then the minute he started into what I guess would be the open discussion trump interrupts and it's not really a super interruption but then what? What Chris Wallace did I think really is a mistake as a moderator key made a grave error where Biden had just spoken for two minutes goes into open discussion trump interrupts wallace says stop interrupting and gives it back to Biden who had just been speaking for two minutes and then says it's open discussion. I know I'm hammering this and the last time is this guy's. Foolish and he made mistakes he could have saved it here listen and so it's just not appropriate to do this before this election if he wins the election and the Senate is Democrat or Republican neck, he goes forward if not we should wait until February all right one hundred, million people with preexisting conditions as far as the say is concerned, the people already had their say they Okay Justice Ginsburg said very powerfully, very strongly at some point. Ten years ago or so she said a president and the Senate is elected for a period of time but presidents elected for four years. We're not elected for three years. I'm not elected for three years. So we have the Senate, we have a president elected to the next that period of time. Period of time we have an opening. I'm not elected for three years elected for four years and argues. To two hundred, million people is totally wrong I don't know where you get that number. The bigger problem that you have is that you're going to extinguish one hundred, eighty, million people with their private healthcare that very simply not true. Well, you sitting going to socialist how? We're. Gentlemen. We're now into open discussion discussion discussion. Yes. I Agree Advice Fresno one. He come on. Trump was talking why should we go ahead vice president? He's interrupting Biden, that's the first interruption of the night is just not true and he should've just let it go. Yeah it was fine. Inviting was intr-. Violent should've just waited and said the way trump did it. You know you waited and then he gave. I mean this whole thing now, I have one clip from this thing. I got another clip somebody sent me to one of our producers and e really the video's even better than this I should give you the video posted. Okay. Is a very short clip were were trump is talking to Chris and trying to get his attention. And he's and trump is actually multitasking. So He is listening to Biden you have to play this clip. Short clips only nine seconds you're going to have to play it twice to really hear it. Trump is going to give you what what's going on. So you can kind of visualize it. Trump is talking way and Biden's over there. Interrupting talking over trump to talking over each other and and biases that the point number one point number two, and then he says point number three goes out to. Giving point number two and trump without missing a beat. Waves at Biden look looking at but is waving him off and saying no no no, you're still important number two and it's Remarkable is worse waiver to. Three, they said it would take. No you're number two know Chris Chris they said it would. Go to bring back. is in the side of his head. It was the damnedest thing I've ever seen. Time Rep Tilly, and move man. That's Waiver to Chris Three said. Number. Two. It's like. This is. His line trump's doing his lines. The whole thing was scripted his. Looks. Thing when you think about it that way. You didn't get them before number two. You're already point number three, get back to the script, scroll the the prompter back. The best part is video where we're. Biden is really befuddled because he knows he skipped point number two, and then he starts mumbling to himself. Waiver to summer three said it would take no you're number to know Chris Chris they said it would. GO TO BRING BACK This guy he says, disguise. I I. Love the. I love the animated no agenda. Dame Jennifer put together. With the so good. What it is. Is What is because you or who you are. That's why it is I mean. Biden wins. It'll certainly be a couple of months worth of fun for us until the before dies. When that when he hears that cackle man he the hairs on the back of his net gotta whole. Coming. Good observation by one of our producers that. Biden looking straight at the camera. During the debate which he did creep release several times. was which Jim Carrey also did a great job of making fun of. Those are all for political ads. They're all being used in bats now. So they clearly told him and when you say this look right in the camera look past the teleprompter. But Smith looked through the teleprompter. And I love it. When you guys tell me about your kids how they're how everything is going with them and we've had children hitting trees there. So angry Joe Biden for. Political ads and this is from Chad. Says Hey. The story of the kid in Wisconsin cracks me up and I can relate last year and a road trip might then five year old blue shouts from the back seat. I hate you Mike Bloomberg? And it turns out for him to the ADS. have been popping up all over his youtube shows fast forward. All right right. These idiots. They don't have any control over there at placements fast forward to today and both of my kids now six and nine have all of their youtube shows covered in Jon. ossoff ads both foreign against the absolutely hate the man, the youngest screams middle finger at the tea every time he comes on. You know. This has got to be fraud by Google and Youtube they are. CanNot be a part of any political campaigns media by to terrorize five year olds who are waiting for their children show to come on this I think violations here you cannot just use the you may be showing horrible scenarios. You know trump kill people to five year olds stop. That's gotTa stop someone has to call them on this out of control We're doing that we're calling him on it but I, don't think there's anything I. Think it's just them I. think is their elbows I. Don't think they care. They sold the ad it's going for general use. Stuff brand brand safe. Don't worry about where it goes and they ended up in front of kids programming and the housing. You know the kids hate these guys I, I think that They don't think they're doing it. I think it's just Lazy Lazy laziest the way all these they don't have anybody working there. There's nobody in customer support they the running on shoestrings and Alagoas. Lazy Lazy Lazy They're running on shoestrings alcohol. That's t shirts. No Agenda Shop. The Nation runs on shoestrings goes. I think it's wrong. It's morally wrong. You're exposing chilled specially with negative ad you're exposing them to hate and lies all the ads are lies. and. You're making your children mad. This is not a good way to involve them in the political process. This is not civics one. Oh, one for your child. We need a snappy slogan so people can. have. Express. Their outrage high kids tell your mom to vote for me. Now if that they were doing that, then I have respect I would have respect. CERMARK here in. In, Austin has been following a very interesting trial about seven hundred thousand ballots that have been harvested in the fun thing is that the person who did this who has been who's been running the program in Harris County that Houston? was actually a campaign guy for Texas on August twenty six so Yes. Hard to believe how does that even work? I think there's always been fraud and shenanigans. You think it's going to be any more than usual. I think both sides doing I think is. Might be more because. Because, it's been telegraphed but California's it's taken over the place. That's why there's pretty much. It's just an all Democrat state now and. It's California's got to be the biggest scam state this whole you know and they do it at all levels they steal money from the taxpayers high the whole thing just a rip off. And camera comes from. California. Hello Hello let me see anything else swallows. Debate I have one that might be worth playing. Okay. This is This is a local story. This is elected officials. There's this is the we did clip member years ago we did this woman was the secretaries elected official in Walnut Creek. and. Eclipse still around you played recently like about six months ago. But as this woman she got elected and she her job is to be sergeant at arms for some city council or something she had to take the minutes and she never did she said I, don't know why I'm taking minutes dumb and so what is your your your? elected to office to take the minutes. That is your job. I don't know. I just think it's stupid I'm not yeah I'm not doing it. and. This kind of thing is the stupidity of certain millennials. When they get in office, they don't understand their responsibilities or anything whatsoever. So now there's in Washington state there's this one I think she's a city council member woman who's like so dumb that she's promoting play this clip this the elected official promotes Molotov cocktails. Before I play it I can't financing under walnut. Creek. I'm trying to think what the hell you're talking to been conquered to alcohol Molotov cocktail attacks against police officers surge in this region council member out of snohomish county she seemingly promoted more of it. Megan. Done is a Democrat from Everett and she posted on a personal facebook page last week a stitching of a Molotov cocktail and. The text accompanying it read be the light you WANNA. See in the world interface propose she said the stitching was caught a good reminder. Good reminder of what using Molotov cocktails shutting down. The line is Sergeant James Collieries the president of the Everett Police Officers Association welcome to the show. Thank you. Jason Thank you for having. So when you first saw this post, what was your reaction? It was it was shocking and. Look at it a couple times I saw it on social media posted on some other sites. And it was. It was shocking. Was it. So shocking to you. What did you take out of it? I mean. I've heard that quote before and it's a it's a bit of it's taken from. A Gandhi Gandhi comment. And it was instead of having a like a shining light or a candle or sunlight in there to be that shining light in the world there is this molotov cocktail. We've seen our friends in law enforcement have these thrown at them at these riots. We, we have friends that have actually been injured. We've we've seen it in Portland and Seattle. And it was shocking. It was it was It was tough to see that coming from the elected official. Now she put out a statement Megan done in which she says it wasn't supposed to be a threat of violence. She said she's in this part is kind of Artemis. She did not connect the Molotov cocktail imagery police violence. Do you buy that. When you look at I, mean that post you said a counter culture, cross-stitch art project. And my belief with you know the definition of counterculture we reject or dominant values. And behavior in society will. So this counterculture violence is an acceptable. Footage these are these people. A. Serious. and. Had just. In. They're all bunch of weenies. Shoot every throw molotov cocktail or silvery even be involved in something they were flying back and forth. But. You know. It's Kinda cool. It's there's just this peer group. Well. I have something as beyond me. I have something just as stupid which could only come from Austin City Council, who was all in on Black lives, Matter Inc, and fund the police which is. Actually, happening mental health funding and Austin got a boost today city council voted to allocate more than four million dollars to two different programs. The bulk of the funding roughly four million dollars will help pay for an expanded mobile crisis outreach team. That team will be made up of first responders who tried to get to people experiencing a mental health crisis within ten or fifteen years. Its goal is to avoid jail bookings and admissions to emergency rooms and to provide short-term resources. Tell help stabilize people in need. The new funding will increase staffing to ensure twenty, four seven access and also pay for five hundred tablet devices to first responders Austin city. Council member Greg Khazar says the hope is that. To ninety percent of these calls will no longer need a police officer to respond. Do. Really. Important role here is that will be able to respond to well over five thousand calls Away from you traditional nine one, one response to. trained. Mental. Health. First Responders Or things. I've we have dental health first responders may assist. Our police officers to be there to make some of the calls about our level of force is necessary. Now. He's coming at me. What. Level of force is necessary can just get a level a three. Three, just I show the Tasers were I do the? Fi Idiots glade situation you know stop the second. Pick it up but I wonder how many police are out there to say to themselves. You would've sent a social worker for a domestic violence call pay go for it or what is shown on the television telescreen as. A mental health episode when clearly someone's in. The delirious state. What is it called again? Delirious state now no. The delirium. George Floyd actually head. I'm blanking on a troll will know somewhere, but you know someone it seemed it's Oh, they had to put a bag over his head and he had a mental problem. No, no no, it was It's it's the drugs. It's the yeah drugged up. Yeah. Hope I. I can't send social worker over there and that they that them spit on the social work. To do good luck though the social the way they should do it my thinking. If I was GONNA take take this approach that say I was taking this seriously. I tell the police we're GONNA to send a social worker for the police. Think this is Larry. We're going to send a social worker in to to to deescalate the situation because you guys are incompetent doing this. Obvious. But we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA take this money and gives some social worker and they're going to be part of our department and they're going to go in there and they're going to de escalate as mystic, and they will escalate only if necessary and then you'll get called in. We'll. Can you imagine excited delirium thank you goat in the troll resided delirium. Yes. So you'RE GONNA end up with I. Would I think this'll be fun to watch Austin. By the way. Anyone, we don't promote this enough, but we have a lot of good search engines and being it dot io actually typed just delirium into the search box and showed me excited delirium as well. If you know anything no agenda related, that's the place to go. Also about what level of force is necessary how? To de escalate situations that we can make the city safer for for all of us he said from his penthouse at the w hotel. Bodyguards Yeah Caffeine thousand dollars in new funding. This is funny as a tag. So we got four million dollars for all this. No more cops needed for that, and then the tag may tax. For All of us, another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing. seriously. So the biggest problem we have in Austin and where a lot of mental workers need to go where the police is involved is with people experiencing homelessness. It's it's becoming epidemic now but wait. Did she say civility What did she say? What was your tagline? She said? Don't know it's check please gland situations that we could make the city safer for for all of us another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing. Stability. 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From Columbia and Rusty from Conway good conversation with no triggering and send a picture of her human resource having fun with our heads on sticks. Yes. When we were kids, we had funds with sticks and Dog Poop, and now it's John. Adams heads on sticks. We listen to the show together on her walks and she likes to sing along to the cheers theme meet up song coming up in just a moment just for you. sadly says Franco, Dan Franco in New York City. I had to report due to last minute cancellations the New York City no agenda meet up for Saturday October third was canceled nonetheless I wanNA. Thank my wife Jen and sons Nick and Matt for helping prepare and you Adam and John for promoting the event. Well, of course now, we go to Deutschland for the second bag meet up in the morning. This is tim the in. At. The bruising stogies meet up, we had to move to Konin Foss in Cazar slot in. had a great time. I'M GONNA PASS IT OFF TO I. In the morning of and everyone else is listening from Orleans just like give a share their no agenda of com, check it out especially if you're not in the United States. Because we stick together right arm. Lashing rain here but we all feel good wearing muzzles phillies play democracies jingles. Hey in the morning. This is Servando says, and I'm just happy to be here meeting some new Deutsche bags. Reduce bag ray I gotta say. Tony Child. Always. Having a great time just like last time spent a good time by Pay Adam and John Michael here. Thank you for for the great podcast and for bringing us all together. I had a great time with really nice people also a big shout out to all the producers for keeping the show going in the morning. And that's one of my favorite reports of all time. They said, Hey, you know you don't we especially not in the US we gotta stick together. It's rough out. Here's well this the guy from Ireland. You can tell these people could fit right into the South Carolina north. Carolina? I could. I just love that you're. Somewhat worse over there than it is sounds like it. Yeah. But but I have to say they're venue sounded great like. smelly kind of German beer kind of thing going I could almost smell it in that report. Mac and cheese by Ayn rand off to Minnesotan nuts putting live from the still smoldering ruggles in Minneapolis on. Third of a small Migdal meet up here in Minneapolis Jake from Minneapolis reporting live in the morning Jensen's Chester from Minneapolis. This is Alex from Burnsville in the morning this is Ben from Elko in the morning Mary from Minneapolis in the morning. It's April. For Minneapolis. I'm not triggered but John It's shock apiece and this is Christopher I'm still big. Three. She's not triggered, but it's chuck appear. Even, what is that a place name that we've messed up? It's a town. Yeah, I keep calling should. Oh Schalke, remember for the next time. Right next to right next to notch or whatever it was called. The notch. Great reports guys. Thank you very much. No agenda meet UPS DOT Com and I love the audio reports half minute to minute you may. Meet up do what you can here's what's coming up last minute schedule today local Oregon thirty three at three, thirty, three PM so that is very last minute again today October fourth organ local thirty three the farewell to Sir Craig Porter the Ronin Moving Greener Sunnier pastures meet up is that today that is that is the one today. So deep pass away. This sounds horrible. No no he must be leaving. This is I don't have enough context here back office he created group thirty three when there wasn't a group in Oregon this is an outdoor meet up at the park and Westland bring it. West Linn. Blink. Bring a chair and meet near the riverside parking lot parking on the volt. It's where the okay. I don't know what this is I. Hope he's not dead sounds like a fun meet up regardless. Coming up on Wednesday Saint, Beach Pizza Saint Pete Beach in Florida eleven in the morning. Keep that in mind on Friday the Zurich Sanity meet up six o'clock Central, European summertime on Friday as well. The southern Sheila no easy Ian, meet up six o'clock this coming. Saturday Oak Town southside two, o'clock central time the no agenda local five, twelve, F. Austin October meet up who where's that taking place. I usually do work. Willie's joint bar and grill in Buta Texas Sir Scott Okay that. But if I can make it, that's a good one. Then we have also on Saturday Nashville, the Cova reopening face thirty-three to be. Announced rich be is doing that good. We have the Dortmund meet up. Dortmund's on We'll be next Sunday Thomas needs inputs go to meet ups are calm and help him out, and then we have the NFL kicking myself. I should've mentioned it Thursday. The keeper I will be in Vegas. We'll be at the sands performing. Now will be a part of the meet up. That is taking place as being organized by Dame Angela, and of course, the she'll and his entire family will be there patrick Kabul is coming in and is also working on organizing am. Would we're not going to list a venue? You need to rsvp to get the secret text message because Vegas still is kind of on the shutdown. So we have some friendly people who do want to help us. But we can't be put that on the website. So and the keeper, and you know the keepers the big draw. Did you know this? Yeah you said this allows everyone wants to meet her yes. Everyone is allows you to stay home. She'll have a lot more fun without you there. October thirteenth in Las Vegas. That's it for your no agenda meet UPS. Please go check them out at no agenda meet UPS. Dot Com. Or if there isn't one near, you here's a thought. Once you start one over there no agenda ups dot com it's like a potty. All. WHO's. L.. A. Man, the crap is hitting the wall over to defy. He. What happened? No I you you May as well. keep us up or keeping. Review which going on before. They're they're big hot deal was the Michelle Obama podcast. And and the that's a winner. Well, exactly. So they announced they announced I think it was Friday great Friday news announcement. There now going to release it to other platforms as well. Meaning it showed up everywhere apple podcast. It showed up Michelle the Michelle. Yeah. The Michelle Obama podcast it shows called is called the Michelle Obama podcast. Yeah but then it's on pod bean we'll wait no no. No, but here's the here's the problem. They launched with. proctor and gamble to products tied and dawn. and. What from what I understand? They couldn't fulfill the order. That's why they had to shoot this thing out to everything even to competitor I think they're trying to get it on stitcher. A Well, let's go re explained, couldn't fulfill the order. Well. They had the the Obamas have just like a leaks. They have a production deal whatever that means. It's just like a big ASS retainer. You get that money you gotta do something and it seems like Michelle's the one that does the most she does the books she does the tours. podcast I don't know of is doing anything at all. So. The time so of course they paid her I don't know I have no idea. But I'm sure it's in the middle. Part of overall. Three. Sixty. Deal. So you know to offset that, of course, is the same they'll do with Joe is they put in a ads. And they launched with to proctor and gamble tied. Hello you know what market they're going for. That's for the black people who will listen and then dawn for the white people. I mean they might as well say white and black soap so they I don't know if both soaps are failing but they're not getting enough views for the amount of money that this launched sponsor spent and I understand it's really bad so for them to release it in general release after the so called seuss now, there's something to be said for we'll lock it up for premium for a while but I smell You smell a flop. FLOP BIG FLOP A BIG FLOP KENNEDY'S I don't have any like, for example, try to keep up with everything going on this for the show I've had no Now I might but I've had the Flop. But I've had no inclination to even see what the hell she's got to talk about. Zero it's a incredibly unimpressive mediocre product is just not interesting. Of course, I've tried to listen. Is Chase not interesting at all at all. But beyond that that doesn't matter if your network and remember Iran one of these spotify so we'll see how you do. If you're a network. It's not oh well, you know Michelle Obama's no good. You you network with your algorithms and you're targeting you should be able to. Deliver the audience they are selling their audience. They are buying people to talk to their audience. Their audience is just not they don't have the numbers yet if at all. For podcasting, they can't convert or whatever it's. John. My idea with to from the get-go it's Probably all triggered by the same S, J W people working at the company out in New York, which is where the all those deals are done for the OBAMAS and whoever and they didn't like I mean they they don't talk was going to be a great thing because we can promote Michelle and her future and she's GonNa be President. Someday and so they pushed this through in a big big bomb in these are the same people trying to get Rogan off the trying to sink the company somebody hatchet men better get in there. We could put Tyrez. Firing people left and right. This is going to be such a topic for management of school in the future. is how to deal with this. Max Kaiser brought that up. I guess I guess to say what you said the coin base eeo said we'RE NOT GONNA we're trying to we're basically a bank we're trying to make money. We don't give a crap about your social issues issues F-. Off. And he thought that was good said, of course it's good. Just go away but people are afraid. So you know the Daniel, the people that are afraid or going to eat it but Daniel is not afraid. That's for sure that guy's not afraid if you're not afraid, you'll be fine. one other thing. One of the thing from the last show that I didn't get to bring over but someone sent this to me. I just thought it was so great because we're all talking about Roe v Wade and notorious RPG or as comma would say B I. G. And this is from the Philadelphia in intelligence or and there's actually a scan of the article from the newspaper. And it's from is not even that old is from two, thousand, nine, two, thousand, nine. So this is only eleven years ago. And this it opens with this quote from Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Frankly, and this is about rover Roe versus Wade. Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roh was decided there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don't want to have too many of. She spoke spoke bluntly interview published in The New York Times magazine, which was an article on women on the court. So it was not simply women's rights agenda it was about eugenics. She thought they were concerned about the population. And in particular growth in popular populations, we don't want to have too many of. Yeah. She's been going on. This is the seventies thinking, but this is two thousand and nine this race what she's an old woman she the seventies. But. That's crazy thinking this way they want an Africa, the number one target. It's we heard that little clip. Nobody's talking about a couple of shows ago where they said if by twenty fifty, half the world is going to be African. And then You know something we've talked about on the show for years for at least a decade. Finally, we will, of course, but now it's admitted and it's just like never mind we we took that here planned parenthood of greater new. York is removing the name of Margaret Sanger founder of the National Organization from its Manhattan Clinic. The abortion provider says eat made the decision because of Sanger's harmful connections to the eugenics movement pro-lifers are responding in a statement Susan B Anthony List. As the next step for planned parenthood is recognizing that Margaret Sanger's racist legacy continues today as continues to disproportionately impact minority communities especially, the black community join me. Now, and skype to talk more about this is Dr Angelov francs author of the Book Margaret Sanger's Eugenic Legacy and professor of theology at Saint John's Seminary in Boston Dr. Franks. Welcome to the show. So glad to have you let's start right there with the legacy of Margaret. Sanger for people not familiar with the term eugenics. What exactly is it the movement divided people up into either the so-called fit or unfit based on their genetic health and capability and Sanger completely bought into that movement. It really had its heyday between the nineteen teens and really up through World War Two, and she was an active part of that movement. For at least ten years, I'd say that the so you know Margaret Sanger's eugenic. Conspiracy theory is not like that off. He's not true. That out like everybody. Well. A couple of things I did at whole thing sanger and realize that she's I'm GonNa take the other side of this. She'd never was a eugenicist until it became a popular thing much later she started her whole operation to try to legalize the use of prophylactics rubbers she was onboard with the rubber with guys she was the rubber person and so she she made and and it in fact, it was the black community more than anybody else who embraced her you can look up history is not that hard to find and the black community embraced her because she was in did not eugenics but population control via. Birth Control. She didn't think people should just be having babies when they don't want the baby. So that's right and she got the Reverend's on board to go spread the message she got everybody on board and they were doing find, and then all of a sudden went abortions came along she was never for abortions ever no, I know. She all this was like, but it's all you know we got now but she. Do, genesis came up during this era that then it became Hitler adopted it the whole are Hitler's group adopt this whole thing was American invention I thought I thought it was when the operation paper clip when the guy came back here that's when we really got into it. No, no, we were way early. In the twenty s and it became with lots of books were written in this when everything was erased Irish were already scots were erased this was. To say that voice shame on. Those people just throwing Margaret Sanger under the bus just because she's inconvenient right now. Seeing as much it. Yeah. So I win either way. You'll you win However you WANNA take it because. Pretty much. It was pretty obvious when this started when this began in this began some years ago. That, this was going to continue till she was thrown under the bus and it just never showed up in the conversation against we never could do any real meal long analysis of it, but I can tell you I read all this stuff she was a good woman. Is, just telling you this is a t shirt Margaret sanger she was a good woman John C. Divorce I think I have a winner is just the way it goes. You know you just I mean it's the left eating itself what it always amounts to I gotta love it. I just have one more thing that I'd like to mention. Yeah in the OT G. category because unlike people go look this up on the show notes, it's under ot. And I'm not sure who publishes this. Did an analysis of APPs and how much they communicate with the some kind of tracking server on a daily basis. And they really colorful graph of it and I'll just give you the name of the APPs that track and you can see I mean per day per day. We're looking at. Like thousands thousands for zoom read it. NETFLIX DOOR DASH instagram youtube twitter Microsoft teams, facebook Lincoln Tiktok Vin Mo-, spotify instagram Amazon WHATSAPP, and those are the main ones. Says Guy Beach in the trillions you're listening Well, they have twenty twenty every minute of the day. forty, one, million, six, hundred, sixty, six, thousand, six, hundred, sixty, seven, Paintings are sent. Back from what's APP? Forty one, million, million minute. Yeah. Man It adds up yeah well. I think everyone gets but it's just it's. It's crazy. It's crazy. They should just take a look at it. It's a data never sleeps at the title of it. It's it's well, we're taking a look at and I'm just kind of banking on you having a great inter show clipper something for us. I do have a reasonable one. actually I. Do have a great not as play this one though. Why be good when you can be lousy. So apparently, l, Franken came out from under his cave and he's the same old grabber us always been apparently. But he's got to say something about the supreme core he's got to get his you know he's back in his. Just liberal progressive mode making commentary. That's. Just not right I mean. The tape play the CLIP IS L Franken coming out of his whole office basement Democrats win control of the Senate that there should be more supreme court seats added. Do agree with that I think we should definitely very definitely look at that. This will be they will have stolen two seats. Are you worried about the potential Pandora's box of if you do start adding seats that if the Republicans then take over, they could do the same and then we just have a bunch of extra Supreme Court justices which makes that body even more political than it already is the problem is that If you trace this back. It goes really back to Mitch McConnell and Two Thousand Nine Saying. My goal is to make Barack Obama one term president. And then filibustering, he filibustered more executive appointee. Have you noticed how old he looks to? It looks like crappy looks really. He does not look well. Man. had been filibustered in the entire history of the United States before. Mitch McConnell. Is a cynical. person who only cares seems to care about power. And at a certain point. You either a responding kind or just let them roll over you and I think. I think it's it's time that we respond. Rather, projection much franken man. Now, let me ask a question just a general question. Let's say that you took over the place you got the you know the Democrats I don't know how this could possibly happen. But let's say took the House the Senate the presidency. So, they can do whatever they want, and so they added two or three more supreme court tactic the courts. The ideas whether it'd Republicans takeover and then they pack the courts. One hundred people in the Supreme Court Beheira Terrible. But is there any way you could like? Drop it back. Can you like after Ginsburg Dyke and you say we're going to have only eight justices in this somebody else does you only have seven? Can you go the other way? Is anyone ever thought about that? No one ever talks about it. I think you could. It's just it's Who Do you? Who Do you kill? Can you do it while they're still there? What you can kill him its lifetime appointments beside let's just assume they're not gonNA, Kill Them. Then then why are you even in government if you're not willing to kill somebody Be Honest about it. If I could top that one. Okay. He's a win would just leave it for what it is then. I. Think you nailed it. All right everybody. We look forward to seeing you again on Thursday please remember us at divorce dot org slash and A. Mix finally that Chris Wilson as Migdal of show mix, we got it for you along with Tom Start weather and can't do a show without Jesse Koi Nelson reviewing the latest which will be. Probably some debate related stuff. He's always good at that. 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