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"darren beatty" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"But ensuring it'd be fair free credible and uncorrupted. I want to read the sentence here. The scenario the shadow campaigners were desperate to stop was not necessarily a trump victory. It was an election so calamitous that no result could be discerned at all a failure of the central act of democrat self-governance. That has been the hallmark of america since its founding so the thesis statement as this begins is that it wasn't really about defeating trump it was just about defeating trump's desired objective by us getting involved and changing where we do elections in our country totally completely but more than just elections in this document. They detail how they prevented protests from happening. But how they use the threat of the deployment of protests in this piece it talks about hundreds of millions of dollars being spent by sucker for very specific purpose in this article talks about how behind the scenes while we were worried about trump's approval rating and polls in battleground states when we were worried about voter registration numbers when we were worried about whether or not president trump was actually managing the chinese corona virus. What were they doing they re mark zuckerberg's home demanding certain accounts get shut down. That's what they were doing. I quote here their work touch every aspect of the election. And these are not my words. This is time magazine that says they are campaigners again. Typically that's a pejorative when you're dealing with representative government who wants to be known as shadow campaigner. Their work touched every aspect of the election. The shadow campaigners got states to change their voting systems and laws and helped secure hundreds of millions of dollars in public and private funding. They fended off voter suppression lawsuits recruited armies of poll workers and got millions of people. Vote by mail for the first time. They successfully pressured social media companies to take a harder line against incident. Disinformation told you. And use data driven strategies to fight viral smears norm eisen we mentioned on a podcast with darren beatty. You might know that name and we are warning against a color. Revolution said quote the untold story of the election thousands of people of both parties. Who accomplished the triumph of american democracy at its very foundation. Okay so let me be clear. When trump wanted two thousand sixteen that was an assault on democracy but when joe biden wins after a week of shenanigans nonsense tomfoolery and interference from your conspiracy. That's a demain. That's a win for democracy when they say that it's code for our guy. One guy lost touch simple. We don't have to do our own research anymore now about what happened. They publicly admit they wrote the book that shows what they did. And i'm telling you everybody. Listen very carefully to stuff. We're about to go through does is about to be some incredibly revealing information. This piece is the most in-depth and detailed article. I have read with inside sources and document review about what happened in the two thousand twenty election from the democrat side. They call themselves the democracy campaigners that was a self-described title.
"darren beatty" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"9 21 old 47 F M. Love from the Matthews Brothers Studios. 44 542 42 Remember Nixon used to be the world's worst person because he had an enemies list. Remember that? Now they're openly contemplating who's going to be on their enemies list and what they're gonna do to Trump supporters. Times change, huh? Guess depends on whose ox is being gored as they say. OK, there is a there's a website revolver dot news. I'm just discovering it. They say they're going to be the new Drudge report and it's a It's really got a great story that I noticed yesterday by Darren Beatty. Beatty. And the headline is the vote has been hopelessly contaminated. Republican state legislatures must now move to appoint pro trump electors. It's really an interesting story. I didn't I didn't know this, but I guess I should read the Constitution more carefully. Article two of the U. S Constitution, says, quote. Each state shall appoint in such manner as the Legislature thereof may direct a number of electors, meaning it's upto ultimately up to the legislatures of the several states, as they say to Come up with the electors who go to the electoral college and actually cast the votes. And there will be t. Why is this a significant part of the constitution at this moment in time? Well, it's significant because it's really a last A last effort. It Z the kind of last resort that we have, if necessary, If All of the relevant personnel and institutions don't undertake fair audit of the vote of the election. If it's not clear that all legal votes are being counted, no more no less. State legislators in these Republican states have the authority to seat Pro trump electors, and that is a huge leverage point that needs to be thought about very seriously if it gets to the stage where it looks like they're just not budging in terms of allowing a fair audit. Of a whole host of irregularities that we're seeing in key states Republicans. I'm reading out from your story. Daryn Republicans have total legislative control in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia and Arizona. So the only state where their problems that they don't control Legislatively is Nevada so Republicans could In the Legislature's could just move right in and Trump could could still win and overcome all these all this fraud that's going on. Hmm. Right, right. It it would be a drastic move. It's across the Rubicon moved in a fair system of fair and functioning system something like this. Well, they shouldn't be necessary. But it is. An approach that's available available to us in the Constitution and politically, I think there's an obligation to do it if it looks like they're going through with this steel Yeah. Now the sits Secu posted this last night on revolver that news. The Pennsylvania Republican legislative leadership has announced today that they're not going to step in. We're not gonna We're not gonna make the move. But, you know, I mean, you couldn't expect Does that surprise you? No, it doesn't surprise me. Because basically as an apparatus the GOP is just is interested in Trump Leaving office is the Democrats are and you know you in a situation like this in a crisis moment. You need everyone on board and ready and willing for the fight, And unfortunately, the GOP attitude just isn't like this. So I think everyone the actual voters who are potentially being disenfranchised by this election. I know there's the natural tendency to direct anger toward the left toward the Democrat machine, but they're going to do what they're gonna do, irrespective What we're doing. It's our job to make sure that they're not able to go through the steel. And that's why I think for anyone who wants to protests wherever anyone who wants to, you know, get up and do something about it. They need to direct their complaints and their energy toward the Republicans who are not doing what their need to do to stop this. Yeah, You know, I guess that I guess in most states, you'd have to call an emergency session of the Legislature to rewrite the laws. I guess That's certainly what would happen and in Pennsylvania because that's why there That's the out there giving themselves that we can't rewrite the law, but they have the right To rewrite the law. And, you know I don't I don't know how I is it. Do you think there were worried about the political fallout or just the physical fallout of being like tracked down by these thugs? That have that have been operating in the in the streets of the major cities. Over the last few years. I get to feel in there. A lot of these people might be concerned about their physical safety if they tried to exercise their constitutional rights. Maybe, I think, generally speaking, just the GOP the whole apparatus, the GOP. You're either one of these three adjectives stupid, weak, corrupt and that's the way it is, And that's why they're not. They're not able to really undertake these fights and play to keep for keeps. No, That's the big problem that we have on the right is we have a formidable enemy of its huge system of big tech oligarchs of the media military industrial complex. We have precious few people on our side, willing and able to play for keeps. And this crisis moment. This is precisely the kind of time where either you play for keeps. You put everything. You don't leave anything on the table. You go all out for you lose, and that's a decision point. We're in right now. And unfortunately, a lot of the GOP the operatives, the Senate Across the board. You're just not getting the fight that you need right now. Why are wired more people talking about this Darren? Baby? I mean, you know it's being it's being bandied about on talk radio, and I've had a few few networks, but it's not. It's not getting a lot. Most people still don't understand the options here, and I don't hear many Trump voters talking about this. Why is that? Right? Well, I think yeah, I think a lot of it is just education. I mean, I don't know how many people have been writing about it other than at revolver dot news and we have a whole host of articles. Basically on how the president, How is team How Trump supporters need to navigate this crisis period between Election Day and not inauguration day. There's a serious of articles. One of them lists a number of things to do. It's not just the Legislature thing. I think it's very important for your listeners to know. Perhaps the most important aspect right now..
"darren beatty" Discussed on No Agenda
"About this There it is it is he said. Did you hear rick grenell. He almost pulled a gate card on that he said no he was trying to get it in before the break the job rick. Good job very good. here's The house minority leader. That means he's republican. And this is kevin mccarthy and he is totally picking up the ball and tying swale well to pelosi and the china's typically iceberg. Because remember what we're hearing. Notice tip of the iceberg. This is the talking only the tip of the iceberg. What we're hearing these are chinese. Spies go down to the level of a mayor the court and help a city council member. Become a congressman. This congressman now gets on the intel committee. They are only selected from the intel committee by the leaders of their party. Meaning nancy pelosi. Nancy. pelosi is one of the gang of eight along with myself did nancy pelosi no. This had transpired when she put him on the committee. Why is he still on the intel committee. Let know why is he still a member of congress. The intel committee is over. And i know pelosi was asked this morning and i. I'm not sure what her answer was. We will find out but this is leading back. And it's fun to see that swale was pelosi's fair haired boy who went from a councilman shot to fame as a as a representative very similar to anthony weiner being councilman in the fair haired boy for chuck schumer who shot to fame and then all of a sudden all kinds of trouble source these young ends. Who certainly don't know how to play the game anymore. And were being blanketed by anti china rhetoric and in many cases facts. The good stuff is of course to be found on steve. Bannon war room. That's where the funniest people show up. And darren viti of revolver. I think revolvers reasonably well respected. You re revolver the. I don't even know it. Oh it's it's called kind of the new drudge. Not that it's that drudge wasn't really journalistic. They got a lot of people over there. And it's it's a right wing. You know very anti-democrat outfit yeah but they are now okay. So that revolver. They're they're doing. They've been doing it for a while. It's a couple of non and it's it's value value. I don't think i have ads or anything. Which is good for them. And so on. Sunday by the way laurenti jobs is axios axios so she's running a protection racket for someone by throwing swallow under the bus. There's not as you said getting out in front of the story by the way i can see. How a young swallow would look at that. Fang fang christina. Fong i believe her name. Is she got the readdress. She's she's got dotty super haughty. I can totally see him falling for that. Well i can't say if. I had sexual relations with her because it's classified near okay. Yeah classified classified. Thanks we got. Our answered classify trump declassified. Yeah we won't pictures so over week ago and this was discussed On fox news but it was sent out widely. I'm sure you can't find it on on. The regular social media sites is professor in china. Who is on a chinese television station. Talking about the upper echelons of america and how china controls it and it was really started to sock was it was great for decades but then in two thousand sixteen it sucked because trump came in and everything became a problem but luckily joe biden coming in now. So we're who and he's not bashful about how china controls the upper echelons of joe. Joe i like that difference from zucca. Joe how china has been running the united states and they wrote a very good analysis of what's going on then. It made no sense for me to sit here and read the subtitles of this chinese guy. In what he's saying many of you already seen it. If not as in the show notes. But i really liked darren. Beatty's of over like his explanation of who the guy is and what he was said. And why it's video as you mentioned of this. Chinese professor d dongsheng. He's the vice dean of the international relations school at renmin university old other positions. He's the vice. Director secretary of the center for jewish studies in china is other positions. Amy very well-placed chinese Source told me that he's actually an informal adviser at the highest levels of the chinese government with a direct line. The president she this character is very high up. He's very intelligent. As you can see from these interviews actually his lectures as blunt as they are. Reveal a dealer and more sober an accurate understanding of the american power structure than i've ever seen from an american university professor ironic in this video. Which it's again. It's remarkable has all kinds of politically incorrect stuff. That no certainly not professor in america would ever get away with saying but the basic case that he lays out is that china had it so good since the nineteen seventies in terms of compromising the inner power structure of the united states and the principal vehicle for doing that was one faction of the american power structure namely wall street and he laments the fact that in two thousand eight with the financial crisis the prestige and relative status of wall street to other factions of the american ruling class diminished and then he mentioned something terrible happened in two thousand sixteen when donald trump came into power and he didn't allow wall street to be used as vehicle for selling influence to china and then of course he praises biden for coming in of course their arrival of course there geopolitical adversary. But if you watch video as remarkable and astonishing as it is and yes as smug as he is and your take home is that the chinese are the villains in this story. You're missing big point. The villain in this story is not chinese. Doing what's best for the chinese government. The villain in this story is the wall street. Woman who is an american selling out. America and i think that's a very important point said alternately as much as china's a threat as much as we need to deal with it the problem of china's ultimately the problem of america's corrupt incompetent dysfunctional and perhaps even illegitimate ruling class. I think we're getting the message. I do understand what they're trying to do. They probably have About about nine eight or nine days as what will be next. Is the report from in military intelligence about the election which will put us under some kind of regulation to go and arrest every chinaman in america. Something like that is happening. And i will link that to the vote and two who will be the next president after. Thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in exponentially. 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"darren beatty" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I welcome to the show darren beatty. Thanks for having me so You're calling early for a potential color. Revolution against president trump. You said that now calling for but you you're trying to expose it. You're saying that this might be happening. Did we see it in a different way and this voter fraud cutting of corners. The big tha-tha-th. Well we saw it in a somewhat modified fast. And so as i mentioned in the last time we talked. Colorado voters as two characteristics The first characteristic is a engineered untested election scenario and the second is massive mobilized protests and demonstrations. The bottom line here is. We were guaranteed to have a contested election scenario with mail in ballots. Mail in ballots. Were store to open up the door for all kinds of weird irregularities fraud everything like that where the color revolution would really come into. Play is if trump is actually successful in overturning. This steel then they will say that trump is an usurper. he's illegitimate and then they'll vamp up the framework that they use an eastern european countries by saying he's an authoritarian. We need to take to the streets and so forth so what. We're what the states that we're at now simply a a fraudulent election. What what looks to be the case. it was severe regularities in a number of states. Which you've been pointing out very forcefully and very effectively side. Want to congratulate you on your on your efforts there but it looks like just you know your typical steel that was engineered in the according to the teen politics of various municipalities of the united states. Spot if we're successful if we win if you're If our efforts to expose this steel proves successful and trump is inaugurated. That's when you're gonna see the colorado revolution take that so you. You tweeted on november fourth time for the president to see this when you were talking about the regime change. I'm making the comparison that the what they were willing to execute a color revolution is very similar to what they probably pulled off and some of these cities unless we expose them. Were able to overturn some of these results. You are actually a mathematician. If i'm not mistaken right you have a background in mathematics. Can you build out the mathematical impossibility of what the media is telling us here. Because i feel that we have not talked enough about the statistical modeling. How impossible it is that. Joe biden allegedly achieved. What they say he did right on. That is to. I mean that would require You know someone very familiar with the actual numbers and while i paid attention to the various states i don't feel qualified to address the numbers specifically but i think people are off against curious about this. I think The populace pundit Various has been a very good job. Very conversant with the numbers of laying. Out a case for broad really. There's no other way to put it in these various states. There's so suspicious. I think in a way like it's it's it's important to drill down on the actual numbers and every day. I'm getting new case for. Oh some statistician. Here's some statistician. There i think at this point the case for fraud is fairly a fairly positive and now just a question of whether the people in position to do. So we'll do the right thing That's that's really the issue whether the state governments of the respective state legislatures will do the right thing and refused to certify in less. It's clear that the election was actually legitimate..
"darren beatty" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"News we have darren beatty revolver dot news and we also have jack pacific. Who's an american patriot. And just on top of all things breaking news. It seems it seems he does a great job with that. I want to thank bruce from texas for supporting us. Only think roberto from california. For supporting as david from michigan. I want to think abby from california and marquette from washington. Thank you all for supporting us. A lend up from california and chris christine or kristen from california so we are going to be joined momentarily by jack pacific and please email us your questions in real time. Your thoughts in your feedback freedom at charlie kirk dot com freedom at charlie kirk dot com. But i want to go to a side angle here and i want to show you kind of our new board. We have here one of the most interesting ones that we've been following here. No one else has been talking about. This is dane county. Wisconsin university of wisconsin. madison is. They're mostly close people's republic of now. We were going to do an event. They didn't allow no because it's closed so dane county wisconsin in two thousand eight. Obama got two hundred and two thousand votes in dane county wisconsin in two thousand twelve. Barack obama got two hundred. Fifteen thousand votes in dane county wisconsin. Hillary got two hundred seventeen thousand doing a little bit better than obama. Joe biden got two hundred and sixty thousand votes in dane county wisconsin with the campus of uw madison being closed and so they've had more population growth but look at how hillary just did a little bit better and trump did worse than romney. So trump did worse than romney. Trump performed slightly. But trump's still did worse than ron in dane. County trump did almost as trump in sixteen did as well as mccain did an and day of tony. How is that biden. Got two hundred and sixty thousand votes in dane. County wisconsin with u w madison closed everybody. Granny farming and absentee ballot laundering ballots were sent out to previously registered students on campus. And i guarantee you if there was a criminal investigation. They could go through camera footage. They can do all sorts of evidence and they would find criminals. Well seasoned hardened criminals scooping up ballots and then submitting them and laundering them. Back into the system as this whistle blowers telling us..
"darren beatty" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Are multiplying ten times. The amount of carnage then of what sweden is going to experience. They are only going to have the data that took place from covid. Nineteen and by the way. The lockdown did not slow. Our desk didn't protect us from high numbers so it was totally useless. All it's done as add onto potential future issues that that i understand that correctly. Yeah absolutely absolutely and they're talking about too is they. Were saying that the unemployment rate because this is the the study that they did basically it works around the economy so they said the unemployment rate fourteen point seven percent in april. That's where peaked and we're looking at that now it's been. It's backed down now to six point. Nine percent as of this morning with the numbers. Release any talk of a second lockdown. As as michael ulster homes it was was discussing earlier. This is this is should be there should be talked about because if that unemployment rate begins a spike again if we see fourteen point seven again mean theoretically we could see a double of those numbers i if the the life years lost in the us from a second lockdown. That's gonna be a problem in this. This really has to be openly debated and talked about before. We just slap slap the idea of another lockdown like the uk. Did i wanna make it clear to everybody watching. I as i said if you were on a newsletter you're going to be able to read this this revolver article the graph you just saw we created based on the numbers those graphs are not in the paper. We took the numbers and then put them on a graph so that you can look at them that was created by the high wire. Don't wanna confuse anybody. This was not created by the article writers. And so. I don't want to overly manipulate it and we were lucky enough to get a hold of daring. Beatty who works at revolver is made it happen is a large part of how this study took place so before. I take this too far out of what really was discussed or somehow look like manipulating it. Let's bring the man himself i'm right. Now by darren beatty. Darren try to break down this article as quickly as we could. Is there anything to fix that. Maybe we miss understood. Because i definitely want to make sure that we are clearly laying out what this study had to say. Great well it depending on how much time we have. I'd be happy to walk through the entire basic logic of the study. Step by step. And i think your previous coverage was very good in drawing attention to the importance of life years as the relevant metric to decide as a matter of public policy whether lockdowns are better or worse than no lockdowns from the perspective of maximizing human life now just the bird's-eye position on this that. I think is really important for everyone to take home. The study itself is fairly sophisticated. Really gets into the numbers and your listeners might have to review it kind of carefully to get the full benefit from it but i want to emphasize the main points. Firstly early on when covid came there is a lot of talk about. Oh we need to lock everything down because the economy is not import more important than one human life if it will save one human life. We need to shut down the entire economy. And what this study. Does i think in. The most general terms is totally refutes that frame of thinking that in fact you cannot separate lives from livelihood and to underscore this so one metric to evaluate a policy like a doing a lockdown or not is called the value of statistical life. And that's typically set at ten million so if you're a public policy analyst and you want to say okay is this policy ex good or bad well if you can save one life and the policy costs less than ten million than you go for it if it costs more than ten million you don't go for it. And that's you know the value of statistical life metric. Now the question would be. Why don't we just arbitrarily set. The value of statistical life to hundred million. Well what happens there is. You might end up. Implementing regulatory policies that are so restrictive economically that they end up actually on net reducing life through the social economic status channel so one concrete example of how this might work. Let's say you're evaluating transportation policy. You say we're putting the value of life so high that we're going to justify any safety regulations imaginable in order to prevent deaths from air travel. And let's say you do that all that's all that's all well and good but those increase regulations will make the price of air travel more expensive and will deter people from using air travel and those people might less safe means and so on net. The result of the policy is actually negative in terms of overall protection. Of intra. Saving and see your graph. Oh yeah less. People are dying in the airplanes. But you're not looking at taking buses trains and cars. That are now dying right because they weren't utilizing the safety that already existed on the plane. I send out now getting more concrete relative to this to this Covid policy now a well. Substantiated literature man stream economic literature. That draws very specific Correlations between a delta increase in unemployment and negative health effects effects on life expectancy so the natural study which was should have been conducted by so it should have been conducted as a matter of policy before implementing unprecedented lockdowns. It wasn't At least it wasn't done publicly. But the the no-brainer policy analysis is will the economic costs of imposing the lockdowns given the literature on the connection between economic costs and life costs. Will that end up doing more harm than good. And so what this what the study did at revolver dot news is it. Drew upon two major studies one on the health effects of the health effects and life expectancy effects of and the second one on entering into the labor force in a recession and so each one of those had a coefficient for how many life years are lost per year additional year unemployment. We applied both of those. And that's how we got the eighteen point. Seven million life years lost cumulatively. Through these lockdown you're not arbitrarily just choosing numbers. These are numbers that have been used in other Studies this is. These are the numbers that we used the poet editions come from well established okay pre existing and in fact just as an additional note I think it's really interesting and suspicious that the life expectancy relevance of socioeconomic. Status employment was not invoked and implemented in this policy analysis because it's particularly historically a particularly important thing for the left because the these studies are actually usually invoked to support say public health programs big A an end jobs programs because the the argument is if we don't secure people with jobs They're going to actually die earlier due to these established correlations between socioeconomic status and health. So this is a whole like kind of a trope with in public health analysis. Typically and for some reason their attention to this correlation was uniquely suspended when it came to the cost benefit analysis of covert lockdowns. Which i think is very interesting when it comes to kind of the sociology of expertise and maybe some of the some of the incentives involved but be that as it may we Concluded eighteen point seven million life years lost due to the lockdown policies. And here's where kind of maybe a bit of clarification is an order To sweden is that we you know. We don't only have to calculate the life years lost. We have to calculate the life years saved from the lockdowns and in order to do that. What we did was we basically said okay. How many life years were lost in the us versus how many life years would have been lost. Had we not done lockdowns now. We use sweden as a lower bound case because sweden had particularly kind of good numbers and we used the uk as an upper bound case because the uk actually began with a kind of no lockdown strategy. And so just to make the estimate fair. We used sweden as a low bound in the uk as the upper bound. Okay and on that basis concluded that anywhere between a quarter quarter million to a million life years may have been saved and again we're using the most conservative estimates imaginable of. Actually you know if if you get realistic. The numbers are actually probably much more compelling against the lockdowns because we took the numbers for granted in terms of what the life years would have been were lost due to covid. When in fact is you know you know. People do died of covid generally had a bunch of co morbidity so assume that their life expectancy would be an ordinary life expectancy. So just some great point. They were going as as many upset in italy. They said you know. At first it was like eight percent now over ninety percent. Were going to die this year anyway from their co morbidity really cannot say so we're giving them life years that they weren't gonna have any way you know just we. Yeah we pull the uk for the audience and this why we give you articles. I don't wanna get too in the weeds. And we were planning on having been blessed with darren here today so i'm glad you're bringing clarity to it and i just didn't want was getting to be a lot of charts but that's very interesting..
"darren beatty" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Try to show you something. I don't want to overly manipulate it. And we were lucky. Enough to get a hold of darren. Beatty who works at revolver is made it happen is a large part of how this study took place so before. I take this too far out of what was discussed or somehow look like manipulating. Let's bring the man himself. i'm joined right. Now by darren. Beatty darren you just sort of try to break down this article as quickly as we could. Is there anything to fix that. Maybe we misunderstood. Because i definitely want to make sure that we are clearly laying out what this study had to say. Great well it depending on how much time we have. I'd be happy to walk through the entire basic logic of the study. Step by step. And i think your previous coverage was very good in drawing attention to the importance of life years as the relevant metric to decide as a matter of public policy whether lockdowns are better or worse than no lockdowns from the perspective of maximizing human life now just the bird's-eye position on this that. I think is really important for everyone to take home. The study itself is fairly sophisticated. Really gets into the numbers and your listeners might have to review it kind of carefully to get the full benefit from it but i want to emphasize the main points. Firstly early on when covid came there is a lot of talk about. Oh we need to lock everything down because the economy is not import more important than one human life if it will save one human life. We need to shut down the entire economy. And what this study. Does i think most terms is it totally refutes that frame of thinking that in fact you cannot separate lives from livelihood and to underscore this so one metric to evaluate a policy like doing a lockdown or not is called the value of statistical life. And that's typically set at ten million so if you're a public policy analyst and you wanna say okay. Is this policy ex. Good or bad well if you can save one life and the policy costs less than ten million than you go for it if it costs more than ten million. You don't go for it. And that's the value of statistical life metric. Now the question would be. Why don't we just arbitrarily set. The value of statistical life to one hundred million. Well what happens there is. You might end up. Implementing regulatory policies that are so restrictive economically that they end up actually on net reducing life through the social economic status channel so one concrete example of how this might work. Let's say you're evaluating transportation policy. You say we're putting the value of a life so high that we're going to justify any safety regulations imaginable in order to prevent deaths from air travel. And let's say you do that. Well that's that's all well and good but those increase regulations will make the price of air travel more expensive and will deter people from using air travel and those people might use less safe means and so on net. The result of the policy is actually negative in terms of overall protection of interest. Saving those and would see your graph that oh yeah. Less people are dying in the airplanes. But you're not looking those. They're taking buses trains and cars. That are now dying right because they weren't utilizing the safety that already existed on the plane. I am now getting more so now getting more concrete relative to this to this Covid policy now a well. Substantiated literature mainstream economics literature that draws very specific correlations between a delta increase in unemployment and negative health effects effects on life expectancy so the natural study which was should have been conducted by. You know it should have been conducted as a matter of policy before implementing unprecedented lockdowns. It wasn't done or at least it wasn't done publicly but the the no brainer policy analysis is will the economic costs of imposing the lockdowns given the literature on the connection between economic cost and life costs. Will that end up doing more harm than good. And so what this what the study did at revolver dot news is it. Drew upon two major studies one on the health effects of the health effects on life expectancy effects of and the second one on Entering into the labor force in a recession and so each one of those had a coefficient. For how many life years are lost per additional year of unemployment. We applied both of those. And that's how we got the eighteen point. Seven million life years lost cumulatively through these lockdowns. now you're not just you're not arbitrarily just choosing numbers numbers that have been used in other Studies there's this the numbers that we use to the coefficients come from well established okay pre existing studies and in fact just as an additional note. I think it's really interesting and suspicious that the life expectancy relevance of socio economic status employment was not invoked and implemented in this policy analysis because it's particularly historically a particularly important thing for the left because the these studies are actually usually invoked to support say public health programs and jobs programs because the the argument is if we don't secure people with jobs they're going to actually die earlier due to these established correlations between socioeconomic status and health. So this is a whole like kind of A trope with in public health analysis typically and for some reason their attention to this correlation was uniquely suspended when it came to the cost benefit analysis of covert lockdown. Which i think is very interesting when it comes to kind of the sociology of expertise in maybe some of the Some of the incentives involved. But be that as it may. We concluded eighteen point. Seven million life years lost due to the lockdown policies. And here's where kind of a bit of clarification is in order Relative to sweden is that we only have to calculate the life years lost. We have to calculate the life years saved from the lockdowns and in order to do that. What we did was we basically said okay. How many life years were lost in the us versus how many life years would have been lost. Had we not done lockdowns now. We use sweden as a lower bound case because sweden had particularly kind of good numbers and we used a the uk as an upper bound case because the u. k. Actually began with a kind of no lockdown strategy. And so just to make the estimate fair. We used sweden as a low bound in the uk as the upper bound. Okay and on that basis concluded that anywhere between a quarter quarter million to a million life years may have been saved and again we were using the most conservative estimates imaginable. If you get realistic the numbers are actually probably much more compelling against the lockdowns because we took the numbers for granted in terms of what the life years would have been lost due to covid. When in fact as you know you know people do died of covid generally had a bunch of co morbidity so assume that their life expectancy would be an ordinary life expectancy. So just right point. They were going on as as many upset in italy. They said at first he. Eight percent now over ninety percent were going to die this year anyway from their morbidity really cannot say so. We're giving them life years that they weren't going to have any way you know. Just we bought we pull the uk for the audience and this is why we give you articles. I don't wanna get too in the weeds. And we were planning on having been blessed with darren here. Today's love glad. You're bringing clarity to it. I just didn't want was getting to be a lot of charts but that's very interesting. You sort of moved across something. I wanna point out. Because i think we're watching this right now..
"darren beatty" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you are out there in the world. It's time to step out onto the high wire. Welcome everybody you know. As i've been traveling all around the country many of the parents out there here in america keeps saying to me now that we're home schooling since were social distancing. Isolating you know whether it's computer learning or we've just dropped out of the school altogether. You keep telling me that you're using the high wire as one of your classes for your children to discuss medicine. And the issues of our time when it comes to the pandemic and baxter nations. So i want to have a little caveat. The top the show here if i am speaking to a home school right now. Why don't you kiss this. Leave the room for about two minutes because there's an image that may or may not be appropriate in my opening here That i would like to present while those kids are moving out of the room. I wanna tell you all. We have a gigantic show. Today we have a former white house official darren. Beatty is joining us in just a little bit to talk about the lockdowns and the potential dangers. No one wants to talk about of those lockdowns. Also you know you haven't missed it. The discussion about the new visor back. Seen the trials showing that it's ninety percent effective today here and only here on no other news network. We are going to actually discuss the science behind this supposed- ninety percent packed vaccine. So if you have friends that have been screaming in your face and telling you you better get ready to line up. Why don't you get them to tune into the high wire right now because we're going to get deep into that conversation but i i saw this tweet Go out that. What makes me giggle. And i want to share it with you. I literally wrote a book to warn you. Guys about this george orwell author of nineteen eighty-four of course we keep talking about how this seems like some sort of dystopia novel but in all those novels. I don't ever remember seeing this guy. Forget how much it sucks to be around everybody. i think i'm going to be overcast. Got him we all have to quarantine together for two weeks. You don't want to infect.
"darren beatty" Discussed on Slate's If Then
"For months now rene into colleagues. . The election integrity partnership have been studying the movement of misinformation about the election we're looking specifically at things related to voting procedural misinformation about ballots about where to vote went to vote how to vote if voting is being suppressed know so that that's the area that we've chosen to focus on renee inner team collect viral stories they funnel them into a tracking system then try to answer A. Series . of questions where the content come from what's the narrative? ? How did it spread and how fast is it spreading and with that body of data over the last couple months <hes> we started paying attention to what narratives were most prevalent, , what narratives went the farthest, , and then how might these narratives reappear on election day and it's not just election day renee is already seeing viral narratives unfold in early voting I saw some <hes>. . Videos of police officers taking p. p. e. from polling place in Brooklyn that would that went viral over the over the weekend I think it was or maybe it was yesterday. . Yeah I saw that too. . Are. . Were having voter and there is a lot of tension on the left in particular related to police officers, , and so that narrative of a police officer doing something that they weren't supposed to <hes> was read as Oh they're in the tank for trump. . But what they did on the first day of early voting and you know there are certain laws about where you have to be how far you have to be from the door polling place related to electioneering, , and it wasn't really clear from the video whether this fell into that category whether this was electioneering whether this was just an unfortunate encounter that got heated where the police officers overreacted and took stuff away. . There are a lot of. . Things about it that weren't made clear until think about twenty four hours later when the the official channels for the police precinct that was involved said actually the officer was wrong and here is here's what should have happened instead, , and in those moments, , there's really no way to fact check there's no way to know what actually happened in that situation until you know until the facts are revealed a couple of hours to maybe even a day later. . and. . So the story continues to go viral <hes> before the facts are known. . You can have well intentioned misinformation where the information might be wrong but the intent is innocent or disinformation where the intent is to mislead, , and it's really hard as an internet consumer to know what's what? ? Misinformation disinformation or something. . Real Rene says tread carefully. . Take a second before you share that post from a friend of a friend not just now. . But after election day to everybody's got their video camera in their pocket. . Which means that there's GonNa be tons and tons and tons of these primary source videos purportedly documenting. . Misbehavior Malfeasance poll workers you name it and they're all going to be strung together into what's going to feel like an overwhelming swell of evidence that. . For the left, , the vote was suppressed for the right illegal ballots were cast and I think that's going to be one of the key challenges to contend with his. . There will be machines that don't work there will be encounters between people that are hostile and inappropriate and possibly illegal. . We have to expect that in a country with over one hundred, , thousand pulling locations things are going to go wrong they always have gone wrong. . In fact, , it's just that they're isolated disparate events and we have to be careful not to read too much into them to construct a narrative that more broadly de-legitimize as the election. . and. . If you are the person recording something be safe, , you can legitimize your content with GPS, , shots without edits in between and any information that identifies where you are and who's involved because Rene as research shows that this stuff is gonNA fly around at a pace, , we've never seen before. . You know maybe it's because I had a baby not too long ago but I keep thinking of all of this is what to expect when you're expecting nation. . It's not it's not a question of if but a question of when right we all know that this is going to be a uncertain period. . We all know that they're going to be a lot. . Of opportunities for videos and footage that people take to be twisted or used inappropriately for real incidents to be taken out of context and put in the context of vast broad conspiracy to erode confidence in the legitimacy of election. Overall, . , we know that they're going to be candidates who are going to claim victory and then insinuate that it is being stolen from them. . There's one line that is in one of your reports that. . Kind of startled me. . and. . It just feels like it's about the scope of all of this you guys wrote regardless of origins or intent these attacks on the perceived integrity of the two thousand election represent a threat to democracy itself. . That feels dyer. . Are you frightened? ? Yes I think several of us who worked on this. . This is not our first election we've seen we worked two thousand eighteen midterms. . We've seen elections in a number of other countries at this point and how social media narratives <hes> figure in there. . It's just that this particular election is incredibly high stakes, , and so I think the threat to democracy is is in part based on the idea that. . Democracy implies and informed electorate. . Now, that's , not how it manifests all the time. . You know we're not going to be naive and say that in the olden days, everybody , was wildly informed the now they're not that's not true but people were not to the same extent quite actively disinformed. . Democracy also relies on US believing the results. . And if you have massive delegitimization, , if the media and social media is used in advance for months to preemptively de-legitimize results of the election by saying any isolated ballot incident is evidence of massive voter fraud or any protests in the streets is evidence of vast color evolution coup. . That means that a large large percentage of people who engage with those stories are not going to accept the outcome. .
"darren beatty" Discussed on Slate's If Then
"Circles for the past few months. The idea of a color revolution in its original form was that the people often students would come out they would wear the same color and they would push back against fraudulent elections authoritarian regimes. That's Rene dressed up. You can think of her as a detective who tracks down. Misinformation. Online. She's based at Stanford and she's part of a group of researchers who were following attempts to de legitimize the twenty twenty elections. They're called the election integrity partnership, and then the term came to be kind of CO opted by Russia and China, which reframed it to mean to claim that those student driven actions that those popular movements were in fact, secretly led by the US deep state by the CIA. You can guess where this whole color evolution thing is going right and that was the sense in which these conservative activists in the US are using it to say that the US deep state was trying to conspire with the Democrats, to keep the president from being rightfully elected. She says warnings of a deep state color revolution against president trump went from Russian state media, and if you blogs to former trump's betrayed her darren beatty here he is on a podcast Steve Bannon. The force opposed to him is deeply embedded within our national security state. They're running the same playbook on him that they do on all these other countries, and until you'll see it moving both through the official channels if you will through the broadcast media channels and you'll also see it moving through the social media channels being in this particular case that claim wound up on Tucker Carlson for our viewers who are not familiar with the color revolutions in Eastern Europe. Darren baby was guest. State is clearly as you can what you think is going on right now in this election, what's the end game for Democrats? The Endgame Rene East to try to have an election where misinformation does as little damage as possible. And it's getting down to the wire. Today on the show it's almost election day and the lies and conspiracy theories are everywhere. We'll tell you what to look out for in the home stretch, how to fight it, and with the platforms are doing to protect the truth in this most consequential election. I'm Lizzy leary and you're listening to what next he be. A show about technology power and how the future will be determined. Stay with us. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast. I. Think you'll like it's called wild wild tech. It's filled with weird and interesting stories about technology and the surprising way it impacts of culture. 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The election integrity partnership have been studying the movement of misinformation about the election we're looking specifically at things related to voting procedural misinformation about ballots about where to vote went to vote how to vote if voting is being suppressed know so that that's the area that we've chosen to focus on renee inner team collect viral stories they funnel them into a tracking system then try to answer A. Series of questions where the content come from what's the narrative? How did it spread and how fast is it spreading and with that body of data over the last couple months we started paying attention to what narratives were most prevalent, what narratives went the farthest, and then how might these narratives reappear on election day and it's not just election day renee is already seeing viral narratives unfold in early voting I saw some Videos of police officers taking p. p. e. from polling place in Brooklyn that would that went viral over the over the weekend I think it was or maybe it was yesterday. Yeah I saw that too. Are. Were having voter and there is a lot of tension on the left in particular related to police officers, and so that narrative of a police officer doing something that they weren't supposed to was read as Oh they're in the tank for trump. But what they did on the first day of early voting and you know there are certain laws about where you have to be how far you have to be from the door polling place related to electioneering, and it wasn't really clear from the video whether this fell into that category whether this was electioneering whether this was just an unfortunate encounter that got heated where the police officers overreacted and took stuff away. There are a lot of. Things about it that weren't made clear until think about twenty four hours later when the the official channels for the police precinct that was involved said actually the officer was wrong and here is here's what should have happened instead, and in those moments, there's really no way to fact check there's no way to know what actually happened in that situation until you know until the facts are revealed a couple of hours to maybe even a day later. and. So the story continues to go viral before the facts are known. You can have well intentioned misinformation where the information might be wrong but the intent is innocent or disinformation where the intent is to mislead, and it's really hard as an internet consumer to know what's what? Misinformation disinformation or something. Real Rene says tread carefully. Take a second before you share that post from a friend of a friend not just now. But after election day to everybody's got their video camera in their pocket. Which means that there's GonNa be tons and tons and tons of these primary source videos purportedly documenting. Misbehavior Malfeasance poll workers you name it and they're all going to be strung together into what's going to feel like an overwhelming swell of evidence that. For the left, the vote was suppressed for the right illegal ballots were cast and I think that's going to be one of the key challenges to contend with his. There will be machines that don't work there will be encounters between people that are hostile and inappropriate and possibly illegal. We have to expect that in a country with over one hundred, thousand pulling locations things are going to go wrong they always have gone wrong. In fact, it's just that they're isolated disparate events and we have to be careful not to read too much into them to construct a narrative that more broadly de-legitimize as the election. and. If you are the person recording something be safe, you can legitimize your content with GPS, shots without edits in between and any information that identifies where you are and who's involved because Rene as research shows that this stuff is gonNA fly around at a pace, we've never seen before. You know maybe it's because I had a baby not too long ago but I keep thinking of all of this is what to expect when you're expecting nation. It's not it's not a question of if but a question of when right we all know that this is going to be a uncertain period. We all know that they're going to be a lot. Of opportunities for videos and footage that people take to be twisted or used inappropriately for real incidents to be taken out of context and put in the context of vast broad conspiracy to erode confidence in the legitimacy of election. Overall, we know that they're going to be candidates who are going to claim victory and then insinuate that it is being stolen from them. There's one line that is in one of your reports that. Kind.
"darren beatty" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"For Bernie and said the number remains 808 for 8922 808 for eight w A. B C and now I have a divine guests. She is The outstanding columnist for The New York Post. Miranda Divine. She's become a good friend. Ah, here to me and the station and we welcome her in. Good morning, Miranda Happy Labor Day. Good morning, Russ. And heavy labor Day to YouTube. Gorgeous. Yes, it is. Yes, it is. And you know, Miranda. Well, let's start on today. I know you had a your column in today. Antifa Riots may be part of a democratic power grab explain. Well, look, we've same maze. Very violent street protests with Molotov cocktails thrown at police and police attacked. And now we're saying restaurant diners being intimidated. You starring Rochester you saw in Gannet flood on in Manhattan on the weekend that you know you just sitting outside, enjoying a restaurant meal and they steal in and TIFA purchased has come up and start. Locking at you telling you partied over, you know, throwing you place the fruit on the ground. They just terrorism, domestic terrorism and, um You wonder why? I mean it's playing so badly for Joe Biden. If you look at any of the internal Paul's, you can say that in the swing states in Middle America, people are saying We don't want this violence. We don't want this lost of law and order and that the people and Joe Biden supporters And it's hurting him. It's killing his campaign and you know, that's why he's out of the basement. Now He's got to go to Pennsylvania and Michigan and Wisconsin is try and shore up his part. So you said you felt why on Earth at the Democrats calling off They're good. Why aren't they stopping this? What? They condemning Antifa? Well, that's what I want. That's what I wanted to ask you. Why do you think they're not calling them off? While I looked around for a theory, and there is a theory and it is that this is just the street violence is one element often entire playbook to dislodge Donald Trump. And that includes violence on the streets, trying to provoke a backlash. They have portrayed the president, as you know, authoritarian later, just like the authoritarian leaders, they you know the State Department has dislodged in Eastern Europe in Ukraine. Nobel lovers and there's a political theorist from he's from Duke University called Darren Beatty. And he says that this is the playbook straight out of the color revolutions in Eastern Europe. You demonize the later Coleman authoritarians they need caused these mash mobilisations on the straight violence on the streets. Then you call into question the very validity off the election. Which is what the Democrats are doing with this mash Universal Meiling balloting that they're trying to change my mind at the last minute and then you set a narrative, which you can see it. You know, everyone from David Brooks in The New York Times to this Georgetown University professor rows of books who's got this sort of think tank that she organized with all the never Trumpers and all the anti trump people in which they lay out a framework. For saying that the election no matter what the result is that Donald Trump is refusing to leave the White House and have to be dislodged by the military. It's all part ofthe assistant. And so if you look at the street violence within that big playbook, it almost makes sense because I don't even think they're going to win the election. They are just going to Should make sure that the election result doesn't count even if Donald Trump has the same result, But he had in 2016 speaking with me right now, folks, the wonderful columnist for the New York Post Miranda Divine her It's at her Twitter handle is at Miranda Divine. Miranda, You know, we got 56 days to the election Ah, a month ago or six weeks ago. I really thought President Trump future as the president was in jeopardy, But I do believe things now have turned the corner. If you gotta pick a winner today. Ah, 56 days from the election. What would you say? Until it's president Trump winning, not the popular vote, but winning, you know, quite a substantial electoral college majority. However, you have to put a caveat on that. Because ofthe muddying off the election result. We're now being told that we weren't get the results on November 3rd that it could be days. Maybe weeks that there's you know, Lawfare is already being waged. They will contest every ballot the mail in ballots. Are going to be, you know, take longer to count, because what we're being told in some states is that you can actually mail at the last minute on Election day still count. I don't understand that I was watching. Ah, you know, I don't mean to do it. I was watching some of his shows yesterday, you know, Meet the press face the nation and and I'm saying to myself, Wait a minute. You can put in the mail and you know the day off. I I believe this is if you think this stuff, not you, But if the public thinks this stuff we're going on is ugly. I think it's only going to get uglier because I concede his dragon on and dragging on. And you know what to me is is the craziest thing, Miranda I don't know if you agree. I believe if President Trump Was the guy saying, I want mail in voting. The exact opposite would be said the exact opposite. They would say he's running a scam. He's going to flood the mailboxes. Whatever. I really believe that. You're right. It's trumped. Arrangement syndrome has actually made people in this country completely illogical. You know, whatever it is, whether it's a drug that he suggests, might be useful or vaccines or, you know, I think that saved people's lives. Or as you say, the way you vote. Whatever Donald Trump said. It's opposite day in liver, Trumper land, and you've demonized this man so much from The minute that he arrived on the same that they can't think straight. I can't think of him as the president. They just think of him. Is this illegitimate Orangemen who's squatting in the White House, and they are not going to accept the result on election Day. You know, I've been accused of a lot of things. I'm sure you have been to, But Polyana would never be one of them. I'm sure the same as you. But I do not understand. I understand It's politics and I understand the dirtiness of it and the ugliness of it and the shenanigans that go on, But it boggles the my mind even like people like you. The squad AOC people like that who like to be front and center, Not a freakin peep is made from these people come from these people regarding the violence that goes on in the streets, Not like not a morsel, And I think the whole Democratic party you talking to somebody here..
"darren beatty" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Knew it was a good idea, but literally. Other people rotated saying Anna's idea on carrying the flags and wearing the flags and the protests, brilliant and I totally agree. Thank you look I don't want to take credit for that idea because I've been reading about optics and strategy, and so I've learned from others, and so I feel bad taking credit for it, but thank you I'm glad that you guys like it as well. Let's move onto. The story is ready. Matt Gaetz Matt Gaetz the Florida representative who also happens to be a trump loyalist happens to be breaking some ethics rules meant to safeguard against corruption and also conflicts of interest, so there was an investigative piece in politico about this and I want to share the details for instance they write. The Gates concedes that he improperly spent twenty eight thousand dollars in taxpayer funds to a limited liability company connected to the speechwriting consultant. Dairy Darren Beatty a former White House aide who was ousted after appearing at the H L Mencken Club conference now. The Southern Poverty Law Center calls attendees of the conference a band of white nationalists pseudo. Pseudo academics and academic racists, so I'm sure he fit right in, but it is surprising that white. House ousted him for that. Because this is what the White House is all about, but nonetheless wants. This guy was fired. Matt Gaetz decided Oh. I like this guy. Let me go ahead and hire him. Gates announced hiring beatty as a speech writing adviser in April of two thousand nineteen, but he was never added to Gates's congressional payroll, according to a house disbursement record instead gates paid him through a Wyoming. Base LLC. Okay, now there are benefits significant benefits actually by staying off of the congressional payroll because it doesn't limit. The amount of money could make outside of your formal job working as a speechwriter, right. Now Gates his aides said that it was a clerical error. Keep in mind, taxpayer money is not supposed to be used for speechwriters so gates. His aides said that it was a clerical error, and that they are now working to reverse it. House rules explicitly prohibits spending taxpayer dollars on speech writing consultants. Okay also. There's one other possible violation as political reports. A private company installed a television studio in gates his father's home. In Nice, Ville Florida which gates uses when he makes television appearances, taxpayers foot the bill to read the television camera and the company. The private company that built the studio which gates refuses to identify takes a fee each time. He appears on air. Now listen. We have few resources here at ty T.. We've been doing the show remotely because of the pandemic and guess what we don't I. Don't pay anyone a fee to appear on this show. I don't pay a fee for the camera I. Don't pay a fee to the LLC once you're set up and you're ready to go. You're ready to go, so. He's being very. Opaque when it comes to what this LLC is. If an investigation finds that he's actually using. This is a way to pay himself or to pay his father. That's a huge issue..
"darren beatty" Discussed on Worse Things Wait
"Carnival had raft the summer, Tim's friends, even offered to fly him back home to Winnipeg an offer. He declined the bus ride from Berta to Winnipeg would be twenty four hours, something many myself included, balk at if a free plane ride was on the table. But to McLean was a wanderer. It's purely speculative. But from our research, I don't think we'd be too far off base. And saying that Tim liked meetings strangers aboard the bus hearing their stories, perhaps making new friends along the way. Tim had written many greyhound buses, but in two thousand eight the trip from the carnival and Albert to his home in Winnipeg on greyhound. Bus eleven seventy would be his last. When the bus stop between Brandon and Portage LA prairie to pick up more. Passengers Tim took the opportunity to step off the bus and smoke. A cigarette Tim retook his seat of the back in the bus started moving again. A man at the front stood and began making his way towards Tim McClain, and sat down beside him. The man was forty year old Vincent or vents wake Wong Lee born in China, lien, moved to candidate in two thousand one when he was thirty three despite holding a bachelor's degree of science and computers from the university of hod institute of technology and working as a software engineer in Beijing. Vince Lee never found gainful employment while in Canada, leeward odd jobs here, and there he was the caretaker for grant memorial Baptist church after having converted to Christianity and being baptized in the same church. He worked as an assistant manager at McDonalds, a sales assistant at Canadian tire. And as a newspaper carrier, none of these lasted long is unclear whether this was due to Vince being unable to find gainful employment or simply because he wasn't interested in two thousand six leeann his wife, Anna, divorced. According to Vince, he and Anna disagreed argued frequently leading to the separation, but he did not reveal what the foundation for these disagreements were. Two years later on July twenty ninth two thousand eight in Edmonton Alberta. Vince Lee purchased a greyhound bus ticket under the name Wong pent, the ticket purchase would have gotten a lead to Thunder Bay via Winnipeg if not for the events that transpired and transit when lease bus stop an Eric. And depict mor- passengers Lee, exited the bus rather than continuing on to his destination, and Bunder bay this Leslie with twenty four hours in Ericsson before any buses would stop for more passengers. Lease spent this time rating himself what little possessions. He had with them reportedly selling burning all of his personal belongings as lease on a bench, awaiting, the next bus fifteen year old Darren bady, walked by he spotted what appeared to be a brand new laptop sitting open on the ground in front of Vince Lee with tag, there at six hundred dollars. Although interested in laptop being fifteen years old Beatty didn't have this kind of cash, and so continued on is bady past. He was stopped by leave sold in the laptop for what he had in his pockets Darren Beatty, walked away with a new laptop for sixty dollars later when interviewed Beatty remarked that Lee seemed like a really nice guy that he didn't have much motion to him but wasn't fidgety? He just seemed normal and call. At five fifty five pm on July thirtieth two thousand eight greyhound. Bus eleven seventy arrived in Ericsson. For an unknown reason, Vince lead decided to get on this bus and took a seat near the front between Brandon and Portland prairie the bus made a quick saw a young man that back on the bus after having a cigarette and made his way to the back. Vince Lee got up and slowly began making his way down the aisle, eye-witnesses would later describe as he walked towards the back moving slowly staring each passenger carefully as he did. So as Sesing them this put some passengers on edge one of the passengers kept his eye on Vince, even after he had sat down next to the young man who just reported.
"darren beatty" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Beat, free the soul. Rebels this is. Democracy now I'm Amy Goodman with our main we end the hour looking at how multiple people toasted Donald Trump have direct ties to white supremacists. President Trump's top economic. Adviser Larry Kudlow has admitted he recently hosted white nationalist publisher Peter breslow at a birthday celebration at his home brim low founded the anti-immigrant website v. dare dot. Com, meanwhile Trump's speech, writer Darren BT was fired last Friday's revelation surfaced that he'd spoken at a conference alongside prominent white, nationalist including brim low in two thousand sixteen BT was a panelist at the h l Mencken club conference and event the southern poverty Law Center calls a gathering of, quote white, nationalist and pseudo academic and academic. Racists for, more we go to, Montgomery, Alabama where we're joined by Richard, Cohen president of the seven poverty Law, Center welcome back to. Democracy now Richard, talk about these latest. Developments Well. I, don't think, they're entirely surprising Amy you know we've, seen a, real cross fertilization between you know some hard core people in the, anti-immigrant movement. And, the Trump administration Jeff Sessions Stephen Miller and now these, revelations so, you know it's it's it's a reflection of Trump his policies and, his heart These people aren't. Renegades they are you. Know they are not people who who, we sold their way into the administration and corrupted. Trump they reflect his views he chose them because. Of their views, and, I think it's a sad state of affairs we'll talk about Talk about who Darren Beatty, was speaking at the h l Menken conference and. What that was Sure the conference is kind of an incubator or For alt-right ideas people like. Richard censor was its founder one of its founders they have an assortment of, kind of academic races to. Speak there every. Year including people like Peter breslow it's quite incredible the Darren Beatty speechwriter for Mr.. Trump would have been there in two thousand sixteen we gave. A speech that was. Really music to the. Ears I'm sure his audience it was. Very Trumpy it was kind of an anti-globalists speech he talked about globalism as kind of being one of the things that was responsible, for the air as he, put it of immigration and he talked about movement conservatism being dead. And a new form of right wing intelligencia emerging and I know that that was music to. The. Ears of the racist who listened to him And Richard Cohen can you explain who. A Stephen Miller is of course still in the Trump administration and explain what AVI dare is There is a website that rimless started and, really it's a publishing platform for white nationalist people like Jared Taylor someone who said that black people were capable of forming a civilization someone who said. That he was, the spokesperson for the organization from which Dylann roof drew, the idea that there, was a genocide afoot against white people. So I mean I think it's been a? Mouthpiece for, the radical right white nationalism anti semitism almost twenty years now Can you talk? About that, you want me to go ahead that was mentioned one thing about brim low, as well brim low was actually someone that Stephen Miller. And Richard, Spencer brought to Duke University when, they were both students there Miller was, an undergraduate Steven Spencer was a graduate student and some people say there. Are some avenues for it that Spencer was kind of a mentor, for Stephen Miller during that time and where do you see this going on I mean you've expressed concerns about obviously the white nationalist who are in. The White House, but talk about what's been going on outside as well, I mean in different, places around the country Well I'm more concerned of course with white nationalism with India administration than I am outside of it after Charlottesville. We. Saw some of the players who have been prominent they're, kind of retreat into the background from the bad publicity response as a result of Heather hires death we saw the tech industry. Clamp down on them and at the same? Time we, saw new emerging elements of the white supremacy supremacist movement come to the fore, particularly in the north west places like Portland Seattle with. The rise of group called the proud boys I wanted to ask you about what happened on a recent tweet Trump. Tweeting I have asked secretary of state secretary Pompeo. To closely study the South, Africa land and farm seizures an expert creations and. The large scale killing of farmers, then he quoted Fox News Tucker Carlson sang, South, African government is now seizing land from white farmers Former KKK grand wizard David Duke and the far right. Anti-immigrant website v. dare dot com. Re tweeted the president along with messages about white genocide the South African government then responded and they wrote quote South Africa totally rejects this narrow. Perception which only seeks to divide our nation and reminds us of our colonial past again this coming, just after Trump's speech writer fired after it was revealed. He'd spoken at white supremacists, conference, talk about, this latest attack on South Africa and what it means Well. Look Trump has. A history of tweeting racist themes, racist ideas the idea that he would pick out South Africa from all the countries that have problems in the, world is quite. Incredible you might, remember doing roof the person who massacred nine people in a church in. Earl, stint had the emblem of the former South African. Regime on his look on his coat as well as the emblem of. The former regime in Rhodesia and of course he believed that there was a white genocide foot so Trump tweeting this kind of thing is again really playing, into the hands, and, energizing the, radical right as evidenced by the tweets of people like David Duke that you mentioned and of course he. Tweeted, this right after there was a segment on Fox News on finally. We just spoke with professor Johnson. In North Carolina the only African American woman dissenting vote on keep The confederate. Monuments on this first anniversary of, the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville and the vote to keep these monuments you've done so much work at the, southern poverty Law. Center on the, significance of these monuments and they voted to keep these monuments on the. Capitol, grounds in North Carolina two days after the students. At UNC toppled the confederate monument their silence Sam Yeah they're probably about, fifteen hundred confederate monuments markers. Even some army base is named after confederate generals and it's really the country needs to. Come to terms with this racist past I mean these. Monuments were raised or erected as basically a celebration of white supremacy at the turn of the last century. And then again during the height of massive resistance to disaggregation in the fifties and sixties they. Ought to come down there are even ten US military bases as, you point out named for confederate military heroes so called these people were these people were treasonous folk they were fighting. Against the United States and the idea that we name military basis after them is incredible and, of course it's a reflection of the power of the southern senators in a, bygone era we wanna thank you very much for being with us Richard Colin President of the.
"darren beatty" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"His security. Clearance Listen I was in. The, military, for, six years I had a top secret clearance, to discharge cleric It didn't bother, me I no longer, need to, know I'm not. Going to the press, that's because I'm. A. Man not a big whiny babies Brennan suck. It up your don't play golf forget about it Love you man Triple eight nine seven one eight, g. triple eight nine, seven, one, seven, two, four three Larry elder relieffactor. Dot com studio just talking about the regulations that President Trump has reduced its injected billions of dollars. Into the economy Cocco just announced raising their starting ways to at least fourteen. Dollars an hour maybe more why well execs safe because of the tax cuts passed by congress for their one hundred and. Thirty thousand employees that could be as much as one hundred and twenty million. Dollars in racists this follows companies like WalMart Dollar General target just to name a few who up. Their starting wages now Pelosi inter fellow dims look at that as crumbs and they want to stop the prosperity that everyday Americans are saying they must be stopped. From taking back the house can reversing the economic boom unleashed by these tax cuts, and regulatory reforms more and more Americans are seeing the results of the tax cut Bill and they're sharing their stories. At tax cuts. Worked, dot com dental stop at nothing to make sure they'll, stories Are not hurt but the good news it's getting out three thousand of you have shared your story about how tax cuts are helping you. And twenty thousand of you have e mailed a letter to congress telling them to, make sure the tax cuts remain permanent add your story E mail a letter to congress at tax cuts work dot. Com that's tax. Cuts, work dot com tax cuts work dot com Tomorrow morning, around eight thirty Pacific time I'm going to be on the Varney and company show him also scheduled to be on Hannity. Tomorrow triple eight nine seven. One s. a., g. e. triple eight nine seven. One seven two four three a Nazi labor camp guard caught by ice, under deportation orders since two thousand four has now been deported to Germany. Here is what the US ambassador to Germany Richard, Grenell said federal investigators working for, more than a decade to try and deport him after a citizenship. Was stripped in two thousand three now, US ambassador. To Germany Richard Grenell says President. Trump succeeded where others failed we have a, president who really wants, to fight for the American people and he wants to make sure that the rule of law is followed and so when you. Have a case like this where in, two thousand and four this individual is told that he. Is no longer a US citizen he must be deported and consecutive, administrations ignore that. I think it, really tears down. The rule of li- take Somebody, like the president to say this is a decision he is no longer. A United States citizen we want him out why, did this deportation take this long, this has been a point of contention for years and protesters regularly. Gathered outside of his home over the, last decade. This morning US ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell explained the challenge He had his u. s. citizenship taken. Away so he technically was without a country he was stateless we presented to the German. Government, was they had a moral obligation not necessarily illegal one with, with this individual but a moral obligation because he worked in the name of. Then of the then German government the White House released. A statement which read in part, President Trump prioritize you keep Pauly's deportation to protect the promise of freedom for, holocaust survivors and their. Families Sandra he'd been accused of working at. The tripe blinka death. Camp including on that day in November? Nineteen forty-three when six thousand prisoners were killed according to the department of Justice office of Legal Affairs the US holocaust. Memorial museum, rights SS police unit. Shot all six thousand prisoners After falsely telling the thirties if he spent the war in his. Hometown Germany he gained entry into the country in one. Thousand nine hundred eighty nine eventually, got to this ship in nineteen fifty seven Wasn't until two thousand three he was. Tracked down by feds and exposed a New York immigration judge revoked his citizenship or to him, deported in two thousand five at the time he, denied he was a collaborator telling the New York Times he was conscripted at eighteen when the Nazis took over the farm In a statement he later on admitted that. He lied about being a Nazi remain in the country for decades Now according to a source familiar with the matter Trump told the US ambassador. To Germany Richard Grenell to make his deportation the number one priority when he got to Berlin Meanwhile a Trump's speechwriter allegedly. With white nationalist ties has left the White House here's the CNN story speech writer for President Trump who attended a twenty sixteen white nationalist conference has left the White House Darren Beatty confirmed, to CNN that he spoke. At the two thousand, sixteen h l Mencken club conference at. Van is regularly attended by, well-known white nationalist such as, Richard Spencer, as you see their babies says his speech there was not objectionable the White House has confirmed his departure now joining. Me, right now CNN k. file senior editor Andrew Kaczynski Sally understand the White House also, asked you not to report this all for CNN to hold off on this reporting So I reached out to. The the White House. Probably early last week asking him about it they told me they needed several days to look into. It and talk you on Thursday they told me that had something by Friday morning all Friday on the White House deputy director he keeps telling me to get back to me and then you know very late Friday. He told me that. He no longer worked at the White. House now he wouldn't tell, me when he left the, White House, because he said they don't comment on personnel matters which is odd because they comment on personnel matters all the time But he he just said that he couldn't say when he left his Email for, the White House which worked all last week was deactivated on Friday And so do we know anything about the content of, what Beattie may said at that conference or how What kinds of points of view might be injected into the material at a speech writer for the president so we don't know what he. Said at the conference other than the title of his speech which was on the right and the intelligencia He in other. Appearances of that which are online and there's a couple scattering them he said he Trump from the beginning because of his position on immigration Which he said he really supported now. This man Darren Beatty admitted that he. Was at a twenty sixteen HMO. Lincoln club conference the other speakers there were guy, named John Derbyshire and Walter Weisberg. They used to work for national review they were fired from the magazine After expressing allegedly racist viewpoints and he. Confirmed that he. Was at the conference are. He said. That he said nothing objectionable stands by his remarks completely quote? It was the honor, of my life to serve in the Trump administration I love President Trump who was. Fearless American hero and continue to support him one hundred percent I have. No, further comment, close quote what else does he no longer worked at the White House so. The racist administrations, getting rid of a speechwriter then allegedly had white. Nationalist ties and the racial ministration if. Deporting a Nazi death camp guard Maybe you need to go back. To racism school we come back Mario, Cuomo says America really not was never. Really that great. And then he walked it. Back and. President Trump believes it's gonna kill governor Cuomo's political career also? Tracy gene and Bill, went away in so Tracey Bill gene don't leave town Larry elder setting fire to. The.
"darren beatty" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"The. Are these these very narrow truths that tell giant lies at this brings us to this White House speech writer. You might have seen this over the weekend, a White House speechwriter and policy. Darren Beatty or Beattie was fired. The reason he was fired is that he gave a speech at the Mencken club conference in two thousand sixteen and the media reporting. This is a white nationalist conference, and he's a white nationalist and he's a racist and they've got to get rid of him and Beatty by the way has said I, you can read my speech. My speech doesn't have any racism in it at all. I stand by my words there. I'm not a racist. You have no evidence that I'm a racist and I'm not going to quit. The pressure was too great and the white has just fired him. I would like to correct the record on this though a little bit because I listened to and read a lot of the Mencken club writings and speeches when I was writing a piece a couple of years ago on the alternative. Right? So I, I do know a little bit about the men can club. It's named after h l. Minkin the satirists pretty good writer slightly race. Cest fellow little bit a little bit of a bit, but it isn't a white nationalist conference that you couldn't really call it. Then the founder of it is a Jewish guy, so who attended yeshiva university. So it's not quite a white nationalist conference though they do hold hands with those guys. Richard Spencer has gone to this conference. I think he one year or more than one year. He was the master of ceremonies. They they, you know, they also deal with people at these conferences. Who are they've sort of just gone little too far. They've gone a little unsavory. You know, Bill Buckley kicked them out of the national review or something. People like Peter brim Molo or like John Derbyshire people who've made off color remarks, outright, racist remarks, and and so they've been sidelined a bit. They do go to this thing. You also people who haven't done that who are there. So it's a little bit murky, but to call it a white nationalist conference just isn't true. I think really the unifying characteristic of all of them is there these extraordinarily control. Syrian paleo conservative types. They're just ornery angry, mostly white guys and Derbishire who spoke there who used to write for national review is mathematician wrote wrote a pretty racist piece on talkies magazine, but he what unites them is their disdain for the conservative movement. So Derbishire complained in a speech. He said that the conservative movement just became about tax cuts and fretting over fetuses. So you see this kind of very angry dismissive aspect to the the men can club not terribly religious of very old old, right? But again, I, I'm, I'm trying to be as fair as I can to them. They do let in people like Richard Spencer so there is that aspect to it, but to call it a white nationalist conferences, not totally fair. That said, if I were this guy, Darren, Beatty Beatty what I speak there. No, I wouldn't speak their knowing what the man can club is and. Now also that said, look, even I and II broadcast from the broom closet of the Ben Shapiro show. I get a lot of speaking invitations and you don't really vet these things. You just say, okay, well, okay, I'll go to Texas or I'll go to this or whatever, and you don't really pay a ton of attention. So it's perfectly possible that this guy went to this conference, not knowing that Richard Spencer was going to be there or something like that. That's it. I, I wouldn't have done it..
"darren beatty" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"Stephen law as select president and CEO attributed the delight uptick to Democrats reaction to president Donald Trump's supreme court pick Brett Cavanaugh saying that it convinced are donors of the absolute importance of holding the Senate majority New York Times is reported. The Trump's legal team has no idea how much and what Don Mcgann till bumblers team. The Wall Street Journal editorial board has a piece on mcgann's cooperation. They write the bottom line is that readers should remain skeptical about what is reported about Muller's probe, waiting to see the evidence he actually produces are calling Garin. Samson has the Manafort trial preview jury deliberation begins at nine thirty a. m. reporters will be camped out in the courtroom. Waiting for the jury to end deliberations to New York Times is a scoop this more. That Michael Cohen Trump's former lawyer is being investigated for Bank and tax fraud looking into more than twenty million dollars in loans related to the taxi business. He and his family own charges could be filed. As soon as the end of August, Daniel, Littman wrote the Michael Cohen to turning Lanny Davis says he's talking with John dean, the former White House counsel who helped bring down Richard Nixon's presidency. Andrew Kaczynski of CNN is reporting the Darren Beatty Trump policy aide and speechwriter has been terminated after CNN reached out to the White House about him. Speaking at the twenty sixteen h. l. men can club conference. The LA times has a piece up with Michael Abernathy saying he has decided whether he'll run for president. My life would be a lot better. If I did not. He said in the interview, does that phrase ring a bell for anyone? And we've got a friendly reminder where still doing playbook on the road tweet us or send us a photo of you, your friends and companions reading playbook this August two at playbook, plus using the hashtag playbook loyal where. Email them to Daniel Lipman at Daniel at politico dot com for the chance to be featured on Friday each week. This month subscribe to playbook at politico dot com. Slash playbook.