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"david brock" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We're actually going to do our job. And not just issue meaningless reports. I'm curious, though Kane, how did you build the traffic without the social media apparatus? Word of mouth. It's one of the most remarkable viral growths I've ever seen. Yeah, it really was just word of mouth. It was the nation. I'll give you, I'll let you know, this is how ridiculous it was. So it was me in my office in my home office in Bloomington, Indiana, the Marxist Republican. That's right. 45,000 students, but literally on May 1st of 2017, I just started posting headlines. I didn't reach out to any media before I launched the site. So there were no articles when bongino wants to get articles. He had 5 million page views his first month because he got so much press. I think I had 5000 or maybe 10,000 page views. My first month, there were no more than a hundred readers. I tried to spread the word on Twitter a little bit. But literally it was nothing. And I would still work 14, 16 hours a day at the beginning, posting headlines. And honest to God, but a month later I had a thousand readers, and I asked people to share it. There's even messages on the site about sharing it. Because we don't run any advertisements. As you know. So how do you not monetize it? I mean, this is I don't, I haven't made the money. I hate ads as much as anyone if I see a takeover, I want to spit. If I see a pop up video in the right hand corner, I want to kill someone. These are things that have been curated me. I'm a news junkie who's been using the web for 30 years, and I can't stand this crap. So I've been able to pay for it. It's not expensive on the server wise, and I did two fundraisers finally after 5 and a half years. Each of the last two years, and my readers donated a lot of money and that is how I'm able to pay my employees. I have two employees. And so I'm able to pay them. But I am going to start doing ads at some point, but they will never be a video that will never be a takeover. It will be boring text ads at the very top. But it's incredible. It's one of the most amazing stories. So in closing Cain, you remain anonymous, which I just want to say for some people out there. Some people said Charlie, I'm afraid to fight because people will discover me. So therefore I won't fight. No, no, no, you could still fight anonymously. It's very important. And so could you just talk really quick on that about a minute and how could people support you came? Yeah, I think, you know, I don't want to be anonymous. Eventually, my name will be out there probably in a few years and I'll be doing more TV. But for this job, look, people have to understand, I'm sitting in an office 18 hours a day. I have no time for distractions. I can not have the police at my door because David Brock and his denizen of freaks decided to send us walk team to my house. I can not have any interruptions. Otherwise, no new headlines at the top of the site. Yes. So it's just been I've been forced to be anonymous because of that. How can people find it? Citizen free press dot com. It's that simple. Look, we post new headlines. 18 hours a day from 10 a.m. in the morning, and I don't log off until three 30 a.m. at night. So 18 hours a day, and all the new headlines are going to be at the top, always. That's what I always hated about drugs. Once you visit it once in the day, then you had to scour the three columns, right? To find any new stories he acts. So everything new is at the top, it's simple. It loads incredibly quickly because there are no ads. And that's it. And I want to thank you, Charlie. You do a fantastic job. I've had this I've had this live link at the top of the site. I'm now going to start posting watch live Charlie Kirk show. Every single day on CFP in the stack, just like I do with Bannon's war room. Thank you. You guys are going to be the only two. So the whole three hours, I don't even know how long your show runs. Right. There you go. So I'm going to have the live link of every day. You're going to see it in the stack from now on. Thank you..

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Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.

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"david brock" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 5 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Right, exactly. And lawfare is a key pillar of the overall sort of color revolution strategy that norm eisen was following from the beginning. And in fact, I know a lot of your listeners will remember the days of David Brock and the infamous memo on basically how to overthrow Trump before he even came into office. Nor am eisen's lawfare outfit crew was featured prominently in those leaked documents from David Brock. And norm eisen has been on it ever since. And I just find it remarkable, though not surprising, actually, that norm eisen and his lawfare buddies dating all the way back to 2017 literally just days after Trump was inaugurated. These are the same people who are the hidden architects of the January 6th committee and more specifically of the recent push to criminally prosecute Trump, which would have the effect of taking him off the table for 2024, which is really the goal of all of this anyway. What could be done about this Darren, this revelation is important because I think when we shine a light on it, their deeds that were done in darkness are then made public, any other thoughts on what we actually need to do about this. Well, I think you need to go to revolver dot news and read the piece. I agree. The important thing about this is that we've covered January 6th and federal involvement in all this. This really gets to the lawfare angle and really what is scam the committee itself is and how deeply riddled it is with multiple conflicts of interest. As I said, the idea that Benny Thompson personally sued Trump back in February, claiming that he incited the riot and then he goes on to chair the ostensibly objective committee and moreover that norm eisen is the hidden hand in the lawsuit to begin with. It just shows not that we need to really know we already know in our bones as a sham. But this is the specific evidence that you can read and you can share with anyone whose brainwashed by the mainstream account who actually thinks this is a legitimate fact finding proceeding. Darren, keep up the wonderful work. I have a feeling you're not done. I have a feeling you're going to have some more investigative pieces coming out soon. One of the few outlets that actually does the tough work revolver news. You guys should go ad free on there too and support them they're terrific. Darren, thank you so much for joining us. Appreciate it, Charlie. Thank you. Thank you. Now The Economist, financial magazine, and newspaper has said the stock market lost over a $1 trillion so far this year. You heard that right, a $1 trillion. Facebook has fallen out of the top ten of tech stocks and all the markets have the jitters, like you people are really worried. Except those with gold and silver as their backup plan. They know that with precious metals in their IRA, they'll be.

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"david brock" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:13 min | 7 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Jenna, I was quoting David Brock. Is he one of the mean spirited leftists who's behind this campaign? I mean, he's, we know he's a major sleaze ball. So it doesn't surprise me in the slightest, but is he the leader of the effort or is he a mere participant? He's one of the leaders of at least the 65 project, which is just one of the Democrat partisan coalitions that's trying to come after the Trump lawyers and intimidate us from actually fulfilling our professional responsibility. And dinesh you were absolutely right to say that this isn't just about attacking Trump. This is ultimately trying to attack a fundamental institution of America, which is the right to an advocate. And the entire legal process. And we've seen the Democrats do this with all of the Soros money that is gone into district attorney so that they won't prosecute actual crimes. We've seen this with the Department of Justice under a Biden administration with Merrick Garland. We've seen this and then attacking government institutions like the Supreme Court that's poised to overturn roe versus wade and somehow they think that it's okay that these mobs are going and picketing in front of these justices homes where the very foundation of the separation of powers is this idea that the judicial branch is insulated from partisan politicking and from being appealed to by the mob. That's why we don't elect justices. They are supposed to be the nonpartisan branch. The judicial branch is supposed to be about fact finding and truth seeking. And adversarial advocates who come in representing different clients interests ultimately then appeal to the jury or the judge as fact finders to be able to then apply the law to fact in a non partisan way. But the Democrats are attacking that very fundamental institution of justice and due process in America. I mean, in Jenna, isn't it true that in the same vein, they are not only attacking principles of justice, they're attacking principles of democracy. I mean, this is a party that calls itself the Democratic Party, but look at their campaigns to go after people like Paul gosar or Marjorie Taylor Greene. I mean, they literally filed a lawsuit against her on the basis that she quote supports insurrection and therefore should not be able to ride for reelection. I mean, first of all, if they had a case to make, make it in front of her voters and see if you can persuade them that she's actually a horrible representative, but no, they realize that that's not going to work. So their strategy is try to keep her off the ballot. Isn't that part of the same mentality and isn't the left here in a sense breaking with core principles of democracy of justice. We know they've broken with principles of free speech. I mean, aren't we dealing here with a party of tyranny? Oh, absolutely. And of course, they are trying to implement all of this lawfare because they know that their arguments won't work. And they think they're entitled to power. They don't want to win elections freely and fairly. They want to coerce an outcome that they prefer because they want to manipulate the U.S. Constitution completely disregard it when it benefits them. So they're all for the majority of the Supreme Court and quote unquote super precedent when it benefits their outcome. But as soon as a majority of the Supreme Court actually holds an outcome that is disfavorable to them, then suddenly they advocate for packing the court. And the Supreme Court precedent no longer matters. And so we know by their actions. They don't care about our constitutional republic. They don't care about the supreme law of the land. They want to be a nation of tyrannical rulers, not a nation of rules. And we saw this with how they tried to force and coerce vaccine mandates and everything that they did that was fundamentally a violation knowing violation of the law to simply coerce their outcome. And that's why this is so dangerous. And the voters have to make sure that we speak because here in America, we get to select and prefer our leaders. We are a government of the people by the people for the people. We the people get to determine what powers government has. And we get to say, we no longer consent and we will never consent to tyranny. Jenna, in closing, you were at Mar-a-Lago premiere. And one of the issues that I'm sort of fighting about with the left on the movie is that they keep saying things like, well, this is not, this is not the kind of proof that could stand up in a court of law. And in fairness, I say to them, look, I'm not in a court of law. I'm making a film that is appointing to investigations that need to occur on things that might eventually end up in court. I'm just curious about, well, just your reaction to the vibe at Mar-a-Lago on May 4th, but then also as a lawyer watching the film kind of what was your take on it? Yeah, well, thank you so much for inviting me to be there. It was a wonderful evening. I loved hearing president Trump's remarks and seeing the film for the first time. And, you know, to me, of course, having been part of the post 2020 election. This only reaffirmed to me what we already knew and provided even more evidence and more support and more answers to these questions that we need to keep asking. And so to me, this is all about the left continuing to move the goalpost. They will never be satisfied even if we had one silver bullet and we had a thousand people come forward and say, hey, we admit, we purposefully intentionally committed fraud and overturned the outcome of this election for Joe Biden. That still wouldn't be enough. They would say, oh, well, their credibility couldn't possibly stand up in court. I mean, the left will never accept the truth because they're not interested in truth. They are only interested in their own propaganda. And so what is so great about this film is that you are willing to continue to ask these questions and put forth evidence let people decide for themselves and the American people are deciding that they know that the Democrats are so irresponsible and so petty and so tyrannical and so outcome based that we are going to see a conservative America first wave what we have to make sure.

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"david brock" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:23 min | 7 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Including control of Congress and the presidency The point here is to threaten Twitter's new owner into supposed voluntary compliance with party ideology So who are these groups threatening to break the windows of Elon Musk shiny new acquisition Media matters that David Brock led bulwark against Fox News It's by far the best known The organization launched in 2004 with the help from the center for American progress Hillary and Clinton's 2016 campaign manager John Podesta And apparently received $1 million from George Soros With over 14.1 million in revenue reported in 2019 according to their latest tax returns media matters represents the mainstream face of center left advocacy Former Democratic National Committee chair and Obama labor secretary Tom Perez and former Planned Parenthood chief Cecil Richards are on the group's board of directors CEO Angelo Caruso served as deputy CEO for finance and administration of the 2016 Democratic National Convention Several media matters staffers are well-known pundits Appear in outlets like MSNBC further blurring the lines between the Democratic Party spin apparatus and organizations that still insist on presenting themselves as the so called press A Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz needed experts And now that's lost all connection to anything real and is functionally useless by any careful writer or speaker of English In order to validate they even more pressing evil of the libs of TikTok Twitter account she turned to the folks at media matters You go to media matters and you'll see their endless war on me on other talk radio hosts on Fox News and shockingly enough one of their senior I don't know if he's an official but senior person with a very close relationship to media matters sits on the board of directors of cumulus meeting You believe that mister producer The company I work for Accountable tech represents the Democrat parties online dark money operation Ironically for a group with the word accountable in its name accountable tech is a 5 O one C four Meaning it doesn't have to disclose its donors No matter as right wing investigative think tank quote unquote capital research group discovered accountable tech is one of the Washington D.C. registered alternate names of the north fund The north fund is an advocacy group that receives 19.3 million in 2020 from something called the 1630 fund And outfit which the Atlantic described as the indisputable heavyweight of democratic dark money 1630 is in turn one of several opaque and highly capitalized center left donor groups under the management of a nonprofit focused consulting firm called arabella advisers You see how they wash their money through and cover up the sources The north fund the mothership paid arabella 942,000 and fees in 2020 According to their last tax return got that Clearly accountable tech is very dedicated to accountability as are the people who pay its bills Yeah right Accountable tech appears to exist at the bottom layer of an opaque funding architecture glutted with billions of dollars in cash According to investigation by a Montana newspaper not The New York Times of The Washington Post which was curious as to what the strange group was doing spending millions of dollars in favor of marijuana legalization and a distant and sparsely populated state the north fund's office in Washington D.C. is an empty potemkin headquarters managed by a pay by the month address for a higher service This despite ranking raking in $66.3 million in 2020 The cofounder and public face of accountable tech is Jesse larrick Who was the foreign policy spokesperson for Hillary Clinton's defeated 2016 presidential campaign boy Hillary's claws are behind all of us Just as it was behind Russia collusion what an evil human being And July of 2017 Larry acknowledged a Business Insider that while working for Clinton he had sounded the alarm on these Kremlin connections time Moscow to the former Secretary of State's Republican opponent that would be Trump And we knew more shoes would drop in reality the alleged links between Trump and Russia the lyric peddled to the media It turned out to either be trivial or false Since his new organization became operational in mid 2020 majority of the emails that had sent out have been aimed at one company in particular according to the archive of political emails Facebook was subject lines like 26% stock dropped from Facebook's birthday And Congress must investigate Facebook Evidently the reported $400 million that Mark Zuckerberg shout out to Democrat party support elected related causes Like target to get out the vote voter education and fair balloting so called was not enough to ease the company's refusal to kick Trump off the site during the election Which in turn recalled the company's original sin of allowing itself to be used as a conduit for Vladimir Putin And then there's ultraviolet the third member of the left's break Elon Musk's windows gang is funded through groups like the American federation of teachers and the Libra foundation the donor organization for a billionaire member of the left wing pritzker family Remember that name Pritzker The governor of Illinois ultraviolet is unique in the staid world of NGOs for sharing a name with an Andy Warhol superstar The group was me too before me to exist it Getting the sneaker company Reebok to drop the rapper Rick Ross was a pitchman in 2013 over his purported support of rape culture and so forth But the foundation does more than target successful black musicians The height of the hallucinatory Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault rare solved ultraviolet trained activists trained activists Bracing then Jeff flake in a Capitol Hill elevator Manufacturing an instantly viral moment amid one of the most unhinged political episodes of the entire Trump era In fact the group had trained over 300 volunteers to walk the halls of the Senate office buildings I wonder how many of them are in prison And confront whatever lawmakers they came across a tactic the group then openly bragged about Ultraviolet is of course founded and led by someone with a career in professional democratic politics In this case by the former head of the congressional progressive caucus nonprofit arm Shauna Thomas And it goes on and on But really unites these groups is in an ideology or a commander list or he shared a gender or the prominent place of the Democrat party in the resumes of their leadership What binds them as a project to expand the partisan background until nothing and no one is exempt from the end time struggle they might sincerely believe themselves to be waging And that.

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"david brock" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:59 min | 8 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"The Russian general clausewitz famously said that war is a continuation of politics, a policy by other means. What I want to talk about is the scorched earth campaign by the left against the Trump lawyers. This is something that is known as project 65. It's aimed at going after the Trump lawyers who supposedly assisted Trump in challenging the election results. And what this is is it's kind of the opposite of what Klaus wits was saying. He said war is policy by other means, but this is turning politics into all out warfare. It's essentially treating the legal profession, which is always taken the view that listen, people do have the right to a lawyer, a lawyer is an advocate. A lawyer should not be confused necessarily with the cause of the client. The client wants you to defend, hey, listen, I've been accused of burglary. I want you to defend me. That doesn't make the lawyer into a burglar. Hey, I want to challenge the election results. I want you to represent me. The lawyer is an advocate. That's the lawyer's role. And that's the legal system. That's the rule of law in this country. So going after Trump lawyers for arguing on behalf of their client, this is a gross violation of a basic principle. This is going beyond the politics of left and right. This is essentially saying, we don't even want rule of law in this country. We want to penalize the lawyers for the cases that they've identified with. And this is the project that's being led by this sleazy David Brock, who actually is very explicit about its goals. He basically says, we're trying to shame these people. And by the way, if they belong to big firms, we probably can get them, but he goes to small firms. We can ruin their life. We can ruin their reputation. I think the little fish are probably more vulnerable to what we're doing. You're threatening their livelihoods and you know they've got reputations in their community. So think of the shamelessness of this of this character, David Brock. By the way, a guy I knew before, he was he pivoted left largely on the basis of his nocturnal pursuits. Now, Alan Dorsey, which is outraged by what the project 65 is doing. And he says he's actually going to use his legal influence and potentially his own representation to support these lawyers because I think he recognizes the principle of stake. I want to quote from Dershowitz. He goes, it was 22 years ago when lawyers like me sought to block the election of president George Bush, believing as we did that Al Gore actually received more votes than Bush in Florida and was the rightful winner. He goes, we lost in court, but back then no one suggested going after hundreds of lawyers who tried to prevent bush's certification. He goes, this is a dangerous weapon like the 65 project unleashed by Democrats will surely be used by Republicans at some future time. Let's remember Democrats are regularly denouncing election results. Stacey Abrams denounced the election result of the gubernatorial election that she lost. In Georgia, Hillary Clinton denounced the results of the 2016 election. Here is Dershowitz referring back to what happened in 2000 with Bush V gore. So I think it's right. And Russia which is right, that this is a dangerous precedent to set. Now I do think that Republicans need to make good on this. In showing the Democrats said, listen, if you do this kind of stuff, we're going to be doing exactly the same thing. This is a point I've made before in the podcast. It's Republicans teaching the Democrats a lesson, not because we want this politics of clausewitzian warfare to be to continue, but because we want the bully to get off the playground. We want the bully to realize that, listen, bully, though you may be, you're not going to be able to always get away with it because of you stamp on our feet, ten of us will get together and stamp on your feet. So this is a way of leveling the playing field and restoring in this case, something very central to our society, which is the basic sanctity.

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The Left's Scorched Earth Campaign Against Trump's Lawyers

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:20 min | 8 months ago

The Left's Scorched Earth Campaign Against Trump's Lawyers

"The Russian general clausewitz famously said that war is a continuation of politics, a policy by other means. What I want to talk about is the scorched earth campaign by the left against the Trump lawyers. This is something that is known as project 65. It's aimed at going after the Trump lawyers who supposedly assisted Trump in challenging the election results. And what this is is it's kind of the opposite of what Klaus wits was saying. He said war is policy by other means, but this is turning politics into all out warfare. It's essentially treating the legal profession, which is always taken the view that listen, people do have the right to a lawyer, a lawyer is an advocate. A lawyer should not be confused necessarily with the cause of the client. The client wants you to defend, hey, listen, I've been accused of burglary. I want you to defend me. That doesn't make the lawyer into a burglar. Hey, I want to challenge the election results. I want you to represent me. The lawyer is an advocate. That's the lawyer's role. And that's the legal system. That's the rule of law in this country. So going after Trump lawyers for arguing on behalf of their client, this is a gross violation of a basic principle. This is going beyond the politics of left and right. This is essentially saying, we don't even want rule of law in this country. We want to penalize the lawyers for the cases that they've identified with. And this is the project that's being led by this sleazy David Brock, who actually is very explicit about its goals. He basically says, we're trying to shame these people. And by the way, if they belong to big firms, we probably can get them, but he goes to small firms. We can ruin their life. We can ruin their reputation. I think the little fish are probably more vulnerable to what we're doing. You're threatening their livelihoods and you know they've got reputations in their community. So think of the shamelessness of this of this character, David Brock. By the way, a guy I knew before, he was he pivoted left largely on the basis of his nocturnal pursuits. Now, Alan Dorsey, which is outraged by what the project 65 is doing. And he says he's actually going to use his legal influence and potentially his own representation to support these

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"david brock" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:58 min | 9 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Want to talk about the ruthlessness of the left. And in this case, about a campaign that the left is mounting. This is being organized. It seems by David Brock the founder of media matters. One time conservative who partly because of the gay issue pivoted to the left has now become a ferocious left wing activist worked for Hillary and so this is a group that they've created called the 65 project. Why 65 apparently because there were some 65 lawsuits brought by Trump or the Trump campaign or various independent groups kind of on behalf of our allied with Trump in the aftermath of the election. And these were contesting in some ways, procedures or practices in the 2020 election. And the left's view is that that is something that not only is illegitimate, but you need to be punished for it. And this is what I'm talking about. So the left won't say, okay, well, you know what, it didn't work. We move on. This is how Republicans tend to approach things. Their views, listen. Let's identify all the lawyers that are about a hundred of them. That participated in any of these lawsuits in any way. And let's go ruin their lives. So they've created a group to do this. It's called, as I say, the 65 project, apparently the idea came from a woman named Melissa moss was a democratic consultant senior Clinton administration official. And they put people like former South Dakota senator Tom daschle on the board. And here you go. They go to the liberal billionaires. They get millions of dollars to do this. And so they're targeting evidently a 111 Rite of center attorneys in 26 states. They're going to air ads in those states trying to expose these people. I guess put their face on TV. They're going to go to the ABA the American bar association and other state bar associations and try to have sanctions or reprimands, extended to these lawyers. I mean, think about these lawyers are making cases. They believe in these cases. They believe they have evidence. They might be wrong. Lawyers are wrong all the time. Every time there's a case, one side is wrong in the sense that one side loses the case, but these are guys, and here's Brock, David Brock, very telling. He goes, quote, the idea is not only to bring grievances in the bar complaints, but shame them and make them toxic in their communities and their law firms. This is what they're doing. Ruin your life is the name of the game. And so Republicans better get the message that this is what the other side is doing to us and we either wake up or we just become easy prey for these kinds of continuing and ongoing campaigns. Let's continue. This is David Brock. I think the littler fish are probably more vulnerable to what we're doing. You're threatening their livelihood and you know they've got reputations in their local communities. What Brock is saying is that, look, if you're some big high powered partner, you started your own law firm. Obviously there's not a whole lot they can do to you. But if you're some guy kind of trying to make it moving up the ladder, they can make your life very miserable, and that's exactly what they, what they intend to do. They're also clear that part of their goal is to deter future lawyers from entering similar campaigns and to say, listen, this is what's going to happen to you. We're going to make an example of the guys that did it in 2020, so nobody dreams of doing it in 2022 or 2024. Now all of this is based upon and this is how the left operates, they sort of create a presumption presumption is most secure election in history. Out of that comes the idea that anybody who questions the election, bad guy, you know, a disgrace to the legal community. So let's go after them. Let's punish them. Anyone who comes to Washington, D.C., January 6th, to raise questions, those guys become enemies of the state they're insurrectionists. Let's go after them, and all of it is hanging on this premise. Most secure election in history. I've been on Hillary Clinton's trail for a long time in my film Hillary's America, detailed a danger she posed to the country, and fortunately the American people got the message. But there's a lot more that needs to be done to reveal the full ugly truth about the clintons, the Clinton foundation and their corrupt ways, especially since the Biden family seems to view the Clinton example as a kind of how to guide. Now you won't find the truth about Hillary or much else in today's fake news media. You have to turn to a powerful source like capital research center. I just interviewed Scott Walter, the head of capital research center in my new movie, 2000 mules. That's coming up. So my friends at capital research center, they expose the left like no one else can and now they have released an eye opening new report that lays bare the corruption of the Clinton crime family. It's called by hook or by crook..

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"david brock" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Cycle. I mean, in a nutshell, you'd have to describe these folks as anti American because there's something in the ethos of America that we believe in truth, we believe in liberty. We've always believed that you have to fight for those things. But enough people believed in those things. And we're willing to fight for those things that the boat didn't get swamped so to speak. But you're basically saying that in the last couple of decades, the boat has been swamped and that they have the upper hand effectively speaking. And I would say the anti American part of it, I wouldn't even call the groups that are doing the propaganda, the anti American propagandists, they're doing what America allows them to do. They actually have a right in this country to say to journalists, this story should be on the story. Shouldn't be on. I think it's what we as journalists do when we are given a special place in society to present information. When we're the ones censoring information or telling the public, there's things they shouldn't see or hear because they might draw the wrong conclusion. That comes a lot closer to the definition of anti American to me than what these groups are doing. I may not like what the groups are doing, but they're allowed to do it's perfectly legal and not unconstitutional. I don't think under our system. Yeah, no, and I wouldn't say it's unconstitutional. Certainly not. But when I say un American or anti American, it's against the ethos in America. In other words, in our movies, it's the bad guys who do that, whether they do it legally technically or don't. I guess the question is, again, always, how this happened when it happened, but it does strike me as a failure of nerve or courage. In other words, I think that the ruling class is the folks in the newsrooms and editorial boards. They do seem to want to go along with certain narratives and against others. It's not just that David Brock and others are bringing pressure to bear. In other words, I think that they're easier marks for that pressure than they would for pressure coming from the other side or maybe not. Absolutely. And that's all part of the idea that the media has been infiltrated in many respects with people who don't think like I consider a journalist should think. In other words, they're no longer saying, is this fair is this representative? Is this an alternative voice that I can show? Is this another side? They're saying, this is what people must know. This is what people must think. Here's what they must not know. So I think that's a big difference that I've seen in my career. I think of, again, it's a convergence of forces. There was, I think there are certain things we take for granted. They were just traditional. They were just the way they weren't legal or illegal. It was just traditionally speaking. I mean, I remember, you know, The New Yorker magazine, many decades ago, talking about the firewall between editorial and the money side that they had this inner sense of dignity that we must keep these things separate. I know that the big three networks, they weren't making big money from Walter cronkite or Eric severe, whatever. But in a sense, it gave them value as a network to have this independent news organization that was essentially separate from the profit side. That began to shift and shift and shift. And of course now, we're in a completely different world..

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"david brock" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Well, I think that's an interesting point that you make, but I would also argue there is very well organized effort to, as I use the word infiltrate journalism to make it be something that could be used as tools of propagandists more so than it had been in the past. They figured out the formula and there are foundations that put a great deal of money into this that have nonprofits, some of which I've traced in my books that have different names, but they're really all run by the same small group of multi billionaire advocates and activists for certain outcomes and things. And so in a hidden way, they're always pulling the strings, but they figured out how to get their nose under the tent of news organizations in a way I think the news organizations turned a blind eye to when it was happening. And I remember pretty early in the 2000s when I discussed what was happening with pharmaceutical industry interference. I had discussions with CBS lawyers who approved my scripts, and I raised this and said, you know, there are well funded multi-billion dollar PR firms in crisis management firms and global law firms interfering on behalf of these companies who then go brag that they got a story killed on CBS so that they can do it for other clients. And I said, all we are doing is playing defense because all we're doing is trying to cover the news, but all of their efforts and all of their money are focused into preventing stories and controversial stories. And I said, we really need to do something, so we're not just playing defense on this. And we didn't pay attention to it. I raised the same concerns at investigative reporting conferences. We have conferences on every topic under the sun, except that one, which I raised many times and no one was interested in making that be as topic of a seminar. And I think it's so underneath our own noses, our industry got kind of taken from us and co opted, and now we are one and the same of these interests. They don't just influence us by sending us press releases or figure out how to manipulate us. We've hired them to work in our newsrooms. Not even just as analysts and consultants, but in the editorial process in many cases. Now, are you able or willing to share some of the names of these the folks behind this kind of thing? I would guess George Soros, everybody seems to know that he's behind this. It's grotesque. But I don't know. Are you able to name some of the foundations or some of the you know, I had not looked into the George Soros stuff because so many people had, and I've started to do that recently because I keep stumbling across it. So I'll be doing some reporting on that in the near future on my TV show full measure. But in the smear, I drew out the chart because people had done it for the conservative side. There are conservative groups that try to do this, but every smear artist I talked to for the book, and a lot of them spoke to me on both sides of the political spectrum and those in the middle, they all pointed to the one they think is most successful, which is David Brock of media matters, and nobody had sketched out that organization the way I did. It took a lot of work. Looking at tax records and nonprofits and political action committees and all kinds of things. And that one name is affiliated with probably, I think I found over 20 organizations, including at the time, the citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington and blue nation and media matters for America. And groups that sound like they're fact checking groups, but all they are are the same tools of the same propagandists that are trying to put across certain narratives in ways I think when people see that chart, which I diagrammed out in the smear, I think some people are stunned. So what they do is they used to do, those different groups would all put out the same press release about some outrage or story or today would be Joe Rogan and send it to news organizations. And news organizations who aren't savvy enough or who are sympathetic to the cause say, look at all the different shadow that's going on about this topic, it must be a big news story. Really, it's all come from the same small handful of people. Fanning out on different names and spreading the word and before you know it, they've manipulated the news cycle..

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"david brock" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

08:11 min | 11 months ago

"david brock" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

"Which they're obviously going by different names now. Versus Enzo and bully ray. Yeah. Wow. The Enzo goes by N hyphen zone. Right. Yeah, like a schmuck. But coming back. Bully Rhett, I'm pretty sure he had his retirement match a couple of years ago. Well, speaking of returns to the ring, Booker T announce that he's also returning to the ring Saturday, January 22nd. Oh man. In canton, Texas, for his reality of wrestling promotion. In a tag team match, his protege, protege, protege. Gasper, Hernandez. Oh, wow, okay, cool. Who are you? Exactly. You know, he's going to fight to other guys. Thank you, thank you. In a tag team exhibition. Who are you? Who's that? Exactly. Whatever. Yeah. Anything else? No, I think that's all I got. Okay, well then let's talk rumor. Hit it. Rumors. Kevin Owens wins back the universal title? Maybe. Bellar club to finally get a second member? Dude, sweet. Brock Lesnar willingly works a full schedule. Next year's WrestleMania will be in Saudi Arabia? So multiple sources are reporting that Big E was originally scheduled to retain the WWE Championship at day one before Roman Reigns tested positive for COVID and Brock Lesnar was added to the match, which again poses the question was Brock and a beat rains. Right, at day one. Something had to change on that pay per view. Basically, if you haven't seen this meme, it kind of explains it all. It's like the new day when he was trying to shit all over Vince was trying to shit all over Kofi. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And it's like, so Roman pulled down. I kind of promised broca title. So that's two members of the new day he's fucked over. That's true. Yeah. So yeah, I guess Brock will be Xavier for the king of the ring title soon. Hopefully the WWE title. Well, someday, maybe something. The second he wins it. I just gave a money in the bank contract. Here you go. Just carry this briefcase. Everyone will understand. Yeah. And then fightful is reporting that Jeff Hardy was set for a run in NXT before his release. No. According to the site, Jeff Hardy was going to be MSK's shaman. That makes no sense. Before riddle. Yeah. MSK, they're like potheads, right? I guess they weren't potheads and told that shaman stuff started. Yeah. And what I mean, Jeff Hardy is a pothead, too. I mean, is he? I don't know. Well, he says he's sober. I don't know what's going on there. But yeah, that was originally going to be Jeff Hardy's role. Wow, according to fightful. All right, pretty interesting. I guess that's maybe that's why maybe that's why he quit. Yeah, that's why he walked away. I'm going to be what now? What? I have to go to NXT. NXT two. If you would ask me like two years ago, absolutely. Yeah. I'll give you the title. That's all I got though. For him and what do you call a war games match? Oh, Jesus. I've been great. I mean, Owens did it. Let's go. Anything else? No, I didn't have any rumors. All right, trivia time. All right, playa, this is a new game called bottom, right? Okay, sure. Who are you? No. All right, new game. First to just yell it out. Who am I? You ready? So just whoever gets it first. Listen my mouth. Is that my mouth? Let's play who's in my mouth. I was born in Columbus, Georgia. Okay. That was a joke guess? No guess, okay? Okay, no fair enough friend. I am Andrew's age. Okay. My Alma mater is firm and university and compelling university. I am from Atlanta, Georgia. I was trained by rob Adonis. I was a part of TNA. It was a one time TNA World Tag Team champion with J Lee. Okay? I signed with WWE in 2010. And of course I was assigned to Florida championship wrestling. It was later branded NXT. Why worked until I was called up on the main roster in 2013. Nothing. Big E no, he's from no. Eric, this is, I mean, you know, I don't have anything yet. You haven't really given me much. No, I've done some reading the bio here. I am an 11 time tag team champion. I host a YouTube channel called Xavier Woods. Yeah. I just figured I'd slow read like a Wikipedia page and see how long it was. The WWE stuff. I'll get there. I know. I'm a TNA tag team champion. Can I give you anyone for NXT? A one time tag team, Jamie. Yeah. Hell, I think CM Punk was in TNA for a minute. Really? Back in the day. He was part of the ravens flock. Really? Yeah, he was. My God. Yeah. Wow. Do you know what he was called in DNA? CM dick? No, no, I'm constant creed or something consequences creed. Consequences. Oh, that's right, with Jay lethal. They were the lethal consequences. That's kind of funny. Yeah. Interesting. Did not know that. Right. All right, fan questions. Andy, how long until Xavier Woods gets his long overdue title run only to be beaten by Brock Lesnar? Wow, you two are on the same page there. Absolutely. Yeah. David, Brock Roman Becky, who loses their title first to who and when. Oh. Brock. Yeah, I think Brock, which is crazy to say. Rock to Lashley at the rumble? Probably. Maybe Roman costume. You would think it wouldn't make much sense for Roman because he would want Brock to stay away from him, but that's a heel correct. This is from I promise I'm coming and they're avatar is veer. So he's coming. He promised wow. Wow, wow wow. That's good. Could you recommend three Dark Side of the Ring episodes to watch? Pop culture junkie says Chris Benoit Owen Hart and Jimmy snuka. I would sub out snuka and put Brian Pillman. But Chris Benoit Owen Hart, Brian Pillman. Yeah. And I mean, there's so many good ones dude. I would have been a two parter, so you get that and Eddie. So is Brian Pillman, yeah. Yeah. But there's so many good ones dude. I would just watch it. The plane ride. Plane ride from hell was also great. Right. A lot of stuff I didn't know. The one about the von erichs is actually really sad. A lot of them are sad. That's true. The canyon one? I didn't know that much about canyon, you know? That was a great one. There's so many good ones. I would just watch them all. Yeah. There's very few times where it's like, man, that wasn't so great. Even like the Jimmy snuka one, just wasn't really done that well, so. I don't know. Shikaki Joe, who's your picks for the rumble winners, mine is The Rock at 30. Wow, shikaki Joe is very optimistic. Yeah. Not smart. Can you answer? Oh, hey. Sure. It's me. Shiitake. It should be Kevin Owens. Wow. You're just as, yeah. Yeah. You know, I have Seth Rollins for a while, but now I'm not sure because again I'm sure that it's Brock and Roman at mania. Yeah. Smart money's gotta be on Brock. I am thinking it's Brock now. He loses the title then later that night, what they do all the fucking time..

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"david brock" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Richard says how bad is cooper's injury seems fine was back dunkin. She's kind of boss. You're your question now. It's getting complicated. Says what's going on with neil. We haven't seen a ton of kiani. Oh i think it's you know it's just time. I think things are still materializing. Let's see here. Kevin says are we going to have a deep threat with galvao. We didn't see a ton of cedrick. Wilson maybe galloping is kind of part of why the offense just wasn't the same that's worth mentioning too but i thought. Cd-rom was awesome. I think city kind of a little bit of an honorable mention. Cd had some nice moments. But as by the way lamar jackson just threw a pick six taryn. Matthew has returned interception in the opening fifty seconds of the game so chiefs now up wall extra point pending chiefs up seven. Nothing on the ravens. So that sucks. If you're ravens fan but if you're a raven here so yeah i think michael galloping out is interesting and i don't know that there's a deep threat but you know. Centric sweeps has success in that space. Maybe bill just take time but so. That's certainly something to watch. Let's see here. I saw a question. I really liked a mica duty in the locker room. Says can we keep this takeaway. Train cowboys had four turnovers last week. However holly of them were and had to today really impressive. Six don't cowboys have four interceptions. And one of them was the hail mary. Oh the extra point. I was good winning the upright but seven nothing. But i think so. I mean some of these. Are you know some of these. Were fluky last week. Four net tip. The jordan is how mary but the trayvon both of these interceptions were amazing today from the cowboys and so i think so i think they really can and i think that's going to help. Let's see here chris. How much better can our defense get. One gallimore and fats come back. I know that kelvin is like a like he moves the needle for me. He'll be nice to have back but never gallimore man. I mean when the cowboys can start involving him. I mean they're generating a little passers. They're not getting home yet but part of the reason for that. Is they play two quarterbacks who get the ball out so quickly and i know today. Justin herbert had a lot of time. But tom brady was all about getting the ball out so fast. Last week down in tampa. They're about to play. Jalen hurts jalen hurts. Has i know that the eagles had a ninety one yard gains a day which they did not cash in on which was hilarious but jalen hurts generally has had one of the lower average depths of target in the nfl. Jason's not going to test downfield doesn't really have a great deep. Also i think they will have an opportunity to get home at quarterbacks like that. Think about the quarterback. Scott was gonna play coming up. Jalen hurts Sam darnold daniel jones. I mean if you don't think the cow can keep the turnover train against daniel jones out but let's see here. Shane says we parsons. at defensive. End are moving back to linebacker. Definitely moving back to linebacker. But congratulations to him for helping out the team today. Let's see here david. Brock brings up the speed of wide receiver. Yeah i mean. I think it's stuff hourglass says is power the rb to. I don't know that he was not but michael asks if he's the one. I think that's sit debate. It's a small debate. It's an interesting conversation. So let's see here. I've lost a. Tim says the eagles gamble that game. We totally agree now. My i do want to bring this back up. Because i know some you came in. We talked about this when we first started the stream. A lot of people are and i will write about this this week. A blog on the boys dot com. Probably on monday and i'll put some time stance and stuff and kind of everything out more in detail then but i don't have an issue with the way the cowboys handled the end of this game against the chargers and a lot of people do. Let's see him plump the play by play right now. The cowboys kicked a game winning field goal. And obviously that's what matters most here And everybody was upset. They start the drive the cowboys with three minutes and fifty four seconds left in the game and they moved they moved. They moved. They get to the two minute warning and they're on their own thirty one yard line at the time because they're on twenty six yard line at the time they pick up five yards they pick up a four yard so it's third and one at the dallas thirty five or the minute and twenty seven seconds. Left the cowboys. Pick up a first down at their own. Thirty eight yard line with a minute left. They let about twenty seconds. Go off the clock. They get to their own forty three yard line. They take their second time out. So it's first and ten at the la forty five after amari cooper pickup because the markets the game and then it gets hurt but the cowboys are at the chargers. Forty five yard line with thirty six seconds to go and they still have a time out all right. I have no problem with the way they handle this. The knicks play is doc. Hits cedrick wilson for four yards. Now they're at the forty one yard line. And i get that you want to get as close as possible. But if you're at the forty one yard line and you have greg the leg laker tron and again. I'm not saying that. Counting on him is responsible. We talked all about john fossil problems but that was the distance that was the plan that was the distance and the range to get to and they've got there and so the chargers still had time to work with and so we saw the cowboys. Leave time on the clock for tom brady last week and he used it and i know they weren't losing at the time you know so if the cowboys don't make that field goal the game is not over. They still go to overtime. So i liked the fact that it was kind of playing defense at the same time draining clock doing what they could to make sure that you want to make sure that that feelable is the last play of the game and the cowboys did that and they weren't i mean and so this is a matter where the results justify the process. The process made sense to me. Because if it had been me. I would have wanted to have left. No time for justin herbert. The cowboys didn't have all their timeouts. Couldn't be as creative as they wanted to. But again on the broadcast georamas saying well. You should pick up ten more yards. Well yeah that would be awesome. But that's not an easy thing so it was safe. It was smart. It was controlled. I mean it was. It was a really conservative approach. And it worked out and so you know that's hard to. That's hard to completely quibble with. It's fair to say you should have been more urgent etc. And i think we would've seen a higher sense of urgency. If instead of being tied at seventeen the cowboys were down seventeen. Sixteen or something like that where they need that fuel or they lose but because of the safety net of being able to go to overtime. Even if greg doesn't make that kick it changes. The assay attended the math. But it changes the approach. Just a little bit. So i don't have an issue with the end of game sequence here. Brian brings up here at this point. But depending on greg for fifty five yards they hit-and-run more plays and getting more yardage even if they were all runs to limit risk of a turnover..

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"david brock" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"My co-host rally is on vacation. And so once again two guests will fill in for her first. Up is the great david. Brock of defector. Last time we talked about the yankees the new york team whose plot fortunes improved dramatically in august. That was the best of times for one of new york's teams today. We'll talk about the worst of times for the new york mets who have seen their fortunes fall just as steeply as the yankees have seen. There's rise not only. Are they losing a lot. But they're also sort of feuding with fans. Keep in mind that we recorded the segment before the mets walked off the marlins on tuesday in the continuation of a suspended game from april and the hero of that game in the ninth was none other than one of the instigators of that feud year bias. Who had an rbi infield single to keep them mets alive and then scored on a michael conforto walk-off so at least for a day. I'm sure some of the bad blood stop boiling by as was predictably booed when he pinch hit in the eighth but the booze turned to cheers at least temporarily in the following an intense or fickle and conforto said. We got to keep winning winning his all. We want winning his health. Offense what we're all pulling in the same direction here. I can tell you that the guys wanted to win this game about as badly as any other game. We've played in short winning cures all and as you'll hear shortly they have many more ill secure in l. Need many more wins in a short spent time to get back in the race. After that i will be joined by ben clements of fan graphs to talk about another swift fall. This one involving cleveland. Closer james karen check was gone from being one of the best relievers in baseball. Aaa will discuss how that happened. What it did and didn't have to do with sticky stuff. And then we'll also discuss the excellence of adam wainwright who is thriving at forty in the post. Far substance era will also discuss the cardinals who are still kind of contended. Even though you may not have noticed. And then i will play you out with some stat blasts and i should warn you the second segment of the show is clean in the first segment. David will do some swears and we have left them in. Because when you talking to someone who's a skilled at swearing as david is. It seems like ashamed to censor him so hydra kids though really if you let them watch the mets you should probably let them pick up some profanity to just they'll be equipped for what's in store. So let's meet those mets almost a year ago. We had david roth. On the show marked two milestones the launch of the website he co-founded defector and the new york. Mets brave new world without the wilpon. The good news all these months later is that it seems like defectors doing great the same. Cathy said of the mets who are doing a good impression of their same old selves after stumbling along at the top of a week division for most of the season they have completely cratered lately getting demolished by the giants and dodgers on a recent road trip. Which is somewhat understandable but also going eight nineteen in august heading into a tuesday doubleheader. They now trail atlanta by several games. They're also behind philadelphia. Their playoff odds which were hovering around eighty percent for most of the season are now down to two point. Six percent and on top of that multiple members of the team gave the fence. The thumbs down during sunday's game. It's so funny that. I can't even say it with a straight face with the parts of cisco ebert being played by heavier by as francisco. Indoor and kevin Maybe the funniest part is that. Apparently some mets have been thumbs downing the fence for most of the month but no one really noticed. Because presumably the mets have had so few occasions to celebrate so team. President sandy alderson released a statement condemning. The thumbs downing the players apologized team owner. Steve cohen is tweeting through it. Things are generally go in great so david less time you were on. I think we asked you whether you had mixed feelings. About the fact that with the mets seemingly poised on the point of competence. Your services as the internet's foremost mixologist. Were about to be in much less dement but as it turns out the brand is still strong. Well that's right ben. Defectors doing great coming on our first year live online and We're planning a celebration for all our fans it'll be online. And of course. Ed venue in brooklyn. That's september ninth thumbs up two defectors fans. Yes won't be talking about any of the other things you addressed. Don't feel like it's time yet. This is really something man. I was away for a lot of august. And i was able to keep up with the mets in the way that you're able to keep up with the mets like i have the mlb at bat app on my phone. So i knew that they were winning twice a week coming back and finding out that they've been taunting fans every time they score ronin home which is again every three game. It's really remarkable shit. I'm i don't think that. I get that surprised by the things that the team does anymore or at least i want to believe that. That's the case in this whole thing is Feels newish to me. Yeah i love it. But i do. If i'm gonna watch the team like lose two out of three games to the marlins for the entire rest of the season like i've done that before you know. And like miguel..

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"david brock" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

Fun Time Horror Show

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

"That's really like a large lizard or snake and inside of this snake's mouth is to head of what appears to be donald trump. And then there's a caption that says this saxophone kills fascist steel in another painting. We find trump's head inside the mouth of what appears to be a line. There's more art of decapitations with heads being held by naked ladies. There's a picture of a demon or alien like creature coming up from behind a woman with an erect penis while she has another peanuts inside of her mouth kind of liken artistic rendition of a human six train. Elephants is like to post himself virtually naked wearing ladies jewelry underwear and high heels while laying on the ground covered in what appears to be blood. He also at one point at a love affair with a man by the name of david brock. Who is a political consultant and founder of media matters for america and what media matters. It's a self described as a progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitor analyze incorrect conservative misinformation. In the us media in other words they'd be ellen censorship and who helped the financing of this company. Well our boy. George soros strikes again as guys fucking everywhere. They went on to also create. Correct the record. This was a group designed to censor any bad publicity of the clintons and reportedly paid companies. Like reddit and facebook. Six million dollars to delete posts. That would show her in a bad light. All offenses also grew in a relationship with some guys named john. And tony podesta. John is big time in american politics. Having positions with bill clinton barack obama and hillary clinton. Tony is a lobbyist. Tony has a hobby in art collection featuring some very questionable artists as well some of the pigs in the documentary display nude women being covered in blood. Tony really loves the artist. By the name of patricia. Pinelli i guess. Picc i n. i n i. Some of her work includes naked. Mike beings being cuddled up asleep with infants monsters with their claws around young girls. While they're little mutant penis hangs in demons with cages ner backs with by children inside the cages. There's another artist by the name of. I'm not gonna say it. I'll spell it. B i l j in any bill jonah durdevik. Dj you are d. J. e. v. I see These paintings display what appeared to be children Deceased children that is laying in various poses in fields and swamps dead men laying on a men's room floor creepiest one. I've seen which is one that appears to have many kids in their underwear sitting on a bench in front of a tiled wall which a fearful and surprised look on their faces. Here's one with a group of girls sitting inside of a circle facing away from each other with what looks like their hands tied behind their backs yet. Another one of a tiled scene of what looks like a public shower. You'd find in a locker room. The girls are all kneeling facing the wall again with their hands behind their backs. The last is an artist who work includes what appears to be a man sitting in a chair with a child in front of him kneeling on the floor while performing oral sex on the man. Another of two kids lying on a table with what appeared to be men or men standing in front of them getting ready to penetrate them another of a group of men standing in a circle while a man in the center of them is lying on top of a child so kind of standing around rooting them on. And maybe another is of two men. Holding some type of pitchfork looking weapon in front of three children who are curled up inside of cages..

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"david brock" Discussed on Your Brain at Work

Your Brain at Work

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on Your Brain at Work

"Earlier this summer you may have seen a viral clip from american airlines flight into charlotte passenger becomes unruly. They attack staff both verbally and physically ultimately their duct tape to a seat other passengers to videos and photos and within hours of landing it was a global discussion topic. That situation obviously called for some form of de escalation. That's been a huge topic in the past year and a half while typically framed around the future of policing de escalation is tremendously important in workplaces. Especially now people are returning to offices. But i've forgotten some of the social skills required for an office. They may be uncomfortable in close proximity to people given that the pandemic is not over they may be in political discord over mask-wearing versus not situations can escalate. And they need to be cool. So how does it manager. Do this successfully. It's one of the most essential skills right now. So we brought together an expert panel to discuss exactly that identifying escalated situations and the strategies to bring it back to a functional level. I'm shot s. imbo and you're listening to your brain at work from the leadership institute. We continue to draw our episodes from a weekly webinar series. That has been hosting every friday. Our panel consists of in allies. Senior inside strategist dr joy. Verplank analyze co founder and ceo. Dr david brock and university of michigan medicines. Deputy director division of public safety insecurity. Brian your.

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"david brock" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"Dave walker. I'm joined by fellow writer on necas. We're talking about the falcons roster going into twenty twenty one specifically offensive line. The first half. We talked about jake matthews. Chris lindstrom or concerns with kayla gary. Now let's talk about That left guard spot because center. There's not a guaranteed starter there Let's talk about some of the names. That right now are at the top of that list. I think If you were to ask most people who do you think would be the day one starter at left guard if it was built just around who's on the roster today i think most people say it's probably gonna be josh andrus. Who is the one of the few veterans in this group. And we'll talk about the the youth on this roster in just a minute is in. My mind is probably gonna be josh andrews. The other name. I think that people are sort of clinging to as someone that the again for reasons you mentioned in the first half a non is someone that was drafted by this. Regime is jalen mayfield The rookie out of michigan Who is sort of a consensus head. Scratcher of the draft but a lot of people feel like There were other guys that could've taken when they took mayfield. Maybe his draft position didn't make sensors talent but left guard a andrews mayfield. Anyone else what do you think about position. And how concerned you that this is a question. Mark thing into the season this other than edge. Right now is the biggest question mark on the balkans roster completely. Because you know i understand. Love guard has been a position of weakness for the past few years. Because thomas dimitrov could not evaluate offense to save his life and he had a you know gave james carpenter up some big money to play a below average football for the past few years. But you know two carpenters credit. He was better last year than he was on the year before that like he wasn't carpenter wasn't an abject disaster out guard last year his pass. Blocking was you know solid sixty two according to a pro football focus and you know he someone who still someone whom. I'm sure the fan base isn't losing any sleep over him leaving and you know i'm they're welcoming him now. Being on their offspring mortga josh andrews last her endless light joe. Josh andrews his pass blocking he may james carpenter. Look like david brock. Dra concern. I mean like his pass blocking great according to pf was in eighteen point one word. I almost didn't even know that it could get that. Low it among among offensive lineman who played at least twenty percent of their team's snaps lost. Your josh andrews had the third lowest ask blocking grade in the nfl and this is among like over two hundred players along the offense line. So you know. He's someone who is always a below average passed last year was was really the first year where he really you know kind of playing time. He had fewer than one hundred snaps Of time before last season and last year he was just dreadful. Also you know hopefully like you said. Arthur smith can work some agic with him. And but you know. I'm going to be incredibly incredibly nervous. If he's lining up at left. Guard for the falcons. But you know right now is the proverbial favorite is because jalen may feel is pretty raw like jalen mayfield's feels like a pick you make per year to right but he may have to. You know be thrown into the fire and your one right away because you know daily mayfield. Someone who played at the tackle position in In most assignment college. But he's gonna take into a guard. Position is because he's he's better suited for that by his skill set his ram score. Was you know pretty poor. A four point something. I forgot what ugly it was as a tackle but when he kicks into guarded it's above seven point. Oh which is which is very solid Mayfield as someone whom. I'm going to be rooting for him in this In the offensive line training camp battle. Because if we're if we're going to be week at position. I'd rather we'd be weak with a a young rookie right. Learning and hopefully improving as time goes along because josh andrews is thirty years old. I don't really expect him to be good. But you know This is why this is why. Caleb mcgarry is so important because you can have you can have a weak link along the offensive line. You're not gonna find really very many or even maybe even any offensive lines in the nfl where they have five very good starters. You know you can afford to have that. Weakness can't afford to have three positions of weakness along the offensive line. Because that's just that's just a disaster waiting up. Yeah and this is i. i'm with you. Edge is a concern but this one in my mind is probably if not the biggest. It's right there it's second With with the edge position And you mentioned josh andrews. Six years of experience. He's thirty years old It would be surprising if he suddenly became a decent starter You know that would be some dark magic dark. Lord magic from arthur smith to turn that around to that degree This past week on colic live a myself in aaron freeman of the fans of the lock. Dhanjal can spot cast a guest on this podcast. Many times we were talking about this and aaron. Basically his one of his takes was the starting left guard is not currently on the roster and He making the case that he doesn't he thinks don't ultimately either trade for somebody or look for veterans that gets cut. You know to be a flyer at left guard. And i think he's probably on something I i'd be a lot more comfortable without either of these options because remember the last time the falcons did that was with andy. Le'veon's it'll be tree right and ended up being a very solid starter. You know for what. It's worth. I give i give democrat a lot of credit for making that. That was very savvy. I think that was after the four three season game where they just they just saw. What a disaster. The line was and that third preseason game against miami and they're like all right we we can't we can't have we'll see. I'll be very eager to see. Just how josh andrews and jalen mayfield perform and you know the young guy that center course In the preseason you know then we can possibly reassess our comfort level A few weeks from now. Yeah and that's it. I i feel like we have to add that caveat for the entire offense of lying because To the point. I was making earlier. The death for the falcons on offense right now going dresden. This is there's no doubt. Yeah it looking at the roster The for the offensive. Lineman purely offensive lineman Players with at least three or more years of actual experience in the league. There are three players for the offensive. Line Jake matthews matt gono and josh andrews who we just talked about otherwise injured. Yeah and ain't to exactly ghana's injured so to healthy players.

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"david brock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Peddling hit pieces about queue and queue Anna and calling it a called and calling it violence length and calling it link the white supremacy. And all of this is nonsense. It's all lies where all Patriots all we want to do is take our country back. We want rule of law. We would like to see deep state traders arrested for their crimes. We would like to see child sex trafficking ended. What I think's fascinating is to watch the or mockingbird means. Stream media circle the wagons to try to discredit, disparage and in Pune, the reputations of those that have ever recorded about Q drops. And then media matters gets on board in media matters, I guess Founder or head over whatever his role is David Brock was once married to or in a partnership was a couple with James Allah fantasies of Comet Ping Pong. Starting to see the big picture here, friends. I mean, give me a break, and so because of the ideologically driven political hit piece by the mercenary at media matters for America, Olivia Little 14 of us lost our lifelines to our patrons because Jack Conte over at Patri in is such a world class pussy that he couldn't Say no, we're not going to delete people because of their political speech. He took media matters marching orders so I would love to sue Jack Conte and patri onto but unfortunately their terms of angry their terms of service on Lee allow or arbitration, which you know, I had thought Owen Benjamin was getting somewhere with them in his arbitration by understanding was he was getting somewhere, but I don't know I don't have any more. Updates on that. I reached out to Owen after my channel was purged, and he didn't get back to me with any information at all. So that's kind of too bad. That put you know? Yeah, Patriot and they could do whatever they want. You can't sue him. I mean, usually with arbitration clauses and things like that, depending on how the written and I haven't looked at Patriots. Normally, there's you know, because if you can't settle, then you could actually take it to court. So I don't know if that causes in there, but I don't want a lot of lot of our contracts. You know, I own some of the largest construction service companies in California in real estate companies in a battle software companies, and normally in those contracts they have First it starts off in arbitration. But if you can't reach a settlement there, then you could take it. You know to a court, so it might be something worth looking into. It sounds like your attorneys maybe did But if you obviously just wouldn't settle if you're not happy with the terms in arbitration, usually, you know, unless it's just such a damning contract. We're just doesn't give you any out. I mean, there's usually some loophole to end up in a courtroom if a settlement can be reached through arbitration, especially in California. Watch.

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"david brock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Your podcasts. Now on the best of the night camp. We continue last spring's conversation with Jeff Ruby about that fateful night in Southgate, Kentucky, the Beverly Hills Supper Club. The fire that took so many lives. He's lucky. To be one of the ones who made it out alive again. Talking to Jeff Ruby on the nightcap on 700 wlw, by the way, thanks to our mutual friend Marty Brennaman and your executive assistant Olivia Johnson for helping put this together. I'm very grateful to both those people into you for coming on with me, Jeff. I wanted to ask you so the announcements made And the bus boy is trying to tell you how to get out of the place safely. But it wasn't an easy It wasn't an easy route. You finally had to make an executive decision yourself with your party, right? Tell me about that little bit decision. You know, Um, I'm looking at What? Susan Brown recalled to Robert Swindlers. Yeah, Quote. Can I say this In my book? It's exactly what happened. Yeah. I mean, you can say you can say just just don't know curse words I'm gonna know. I know that there's any way I want. Do what? Take them. So I'm fronts on front row center stage. I'm going up on the stage and the kid on the bus boy that different But you said you can't go this way. I said okay. And then we go to the left. And Rick, my manager. We just saw hundreds and hundreds of people trying to get one door and we're in the back. Sinister. We can't go this way. And then I sure you're right. So then Well, just being Jeff told the guy F you We're going this way. Jeff doesn't stop for anyone. He just doesn't. That's who he is. He led us to the hallway where his wife so anyway, it goes on to explain what happened from there. But it was that decision I made to tell that last bus boy, No, We're going this way, he said. Don't go this way. The first time, he said. I said okay. Then we went the other way. And there was no way we would have gotten out that went out to the to the chapel out there, you know, right? And then I come back, and he said You can't go this way. And I should have to you. We're going this way. If I'm not make that call there And then we didn't make it either. You perish. Yeah. You said that The smoke was about the color of your jacket. And that's the only thing you really lost that night, Susan. Kept their face behind my jacket. She was behind me and as just cut your face in that jacket, and and that was the color of the smoke and What I said their people were pushing. And I stopped and I said, Hey, everybody, calm down and don't push If the only way we're gonna stay alive is if everybody stays calm and doesn't push And they listen to make Everybody was pushing in that line and course all these bodies were found trapped up in front of that door. We got out anyway. But back then, you know there wasn't enough exits. There weren't any fire. Quotes to speak of the doors didn't have to swing out they could swing in. And you know, and I remember getting out of there and watching what I was so eerie for May. Only a few more people got out after I got out my help women in their high heels try to get down the shore. They had those wire steps. I saw those dumb. Its eventual requests were carrying down the steps, and that was so eerie those dummies on the shoulders coming out. I'll never forget that and that's why Walter Bailey said he went. The first place was received the dumbest Right tomorrow night, Jeff. I'm gonna have David Brock, who was also a bus boy Beverly Hills supper club that night who wrote the book and who wrote the book and 2012. And he says to this day, and he's adamant about it. This was arson, plain and simple, but it was never prosecuted that way. Well, I mentioned that in my book, and I go back to the history that when when Mafia owned the Beverly on how many times was burned down and was arson, and nobody did anything about it? When, when? When the Mafia had it. They hired ripped Masterson to burn it down and he didn't burn it down and the girl died. You know, it was really down like two and mourning or something with some girl in there that died right Then it got burned down when the Schillings did it the first time when it's listen, there's too many coincidence there and I agree with him. Yeah. How do you feel about the fact that the city of South Cadiz finally decided to sell that site to a developer? I mean, I know they're gonna have a memorial up there. But is that a place where they should ever build anything? I think so. I mean You know it, Zingre. Eight lands, great location, and maybe something good can come from it and Help the community and sure, maybe they did it Z. It can't. It's not going to stay there forever, You know, sure. And it's e guess I saw it coming. It took a long time did 45 years. But every every May 28 there's another anniversary. I'll never forget questions. My wife's birthday. Sure. Exactly exactly. Well, I will tell you that it Z not even a quarter mile. From if it's that much from where I live now in South Gate, and so I passed that sight all the time..

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"david brock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"david brock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My grand parents died at my age. And I at that time was unusual in that I had grand parents at that age, so we really Don't know. About people within my age group, and there has to be Well, you know, all those studies and so on are based on people younger. We need to find out about the people within. You know the 85 to 107. I am, and I'm gonna leave it there. But what a great thought Julian Alan, we need Tomo. Maybe established a new name for generation if we called, Or maybe there is one and you know what it is. If we call you know Jonesy and millennials and baby boomers, How about the 88 to 107 year old cohort? Think naming age group wasn't a big thing back when Diana was younger, so I don't know if I can actually come up with a category that will automatically describe what she's talking about. But my father passed away about two years ago at the age of 103. And I recognized that his world was very different. Than any world that I Can can think about or talk about because all of his His relatives and people he grew up with, and folks he knew throughout his life were gone. And he sort of felt like he was just kind of hanging on and he couldn't. He didn't understand why he was living to be 103 because most people don't live to be that age, but we are seeing more and more people. Were up around 90 95 100 who are still living, so I would test Diane with asking. What would she call her group? I am still there. You're wise elders. How about that? I like I love it. Okay. You can run with that on death, sex and money, you guys. Diane? Thank you. Call us again. Don In Teaneck, N w N Y C. Hi, Don Failure. How's everybody? That how you Oh, good, but well, Hey, Oh, a 80 years old, two professions jazz bassist for still inactive and sacrifice this nice and sacrifice ethics. I retired. When I was a and, uh I'm really devoting all my time in music now, yes. A cool Richie has basically slamming into the house for the last year, which has been very good because I practice a couple hours a day and have nothing bad to say about this close to the facts. It was a tragedy, but I should have nothing bad to say about the isolation that of course in the Russians paid for you. You're feeling like you have an opportunity to stay home and play the bass a lot. Is that what I'm hearing? Absolutely. It has been good enough for my practice. I'm not very happy with that that time, not tragedy. Of course, that is what other people On. Thank you very much, And I'm gonna go right on to Lynn in Manhattan. When you're on W N Y C Hi. There. Hi, Brian. Your show really captivates me and thank you very much. It's always really wonderful. I'm 71 years old and due to a meditation group with whom I practice. There are people from all over the world and all different age groups. And so we were encouraged to form what they called suddenness circles sudden meaning in the company of the truth, So it's like to talk about your just so your special path how it's going. Whatever. And it was a regular We would meet once our group wouldn't once a month. There were six of us in the group and the elders were in their eighties. Uh, early eighties at that time. And we had to disband because the woman fell and fractured his shoulder. And so I organized People from the whole community, not just hard group, but I would schedule this is with her to take her out for a walk. And so the men when they would come, could walk with her in the Walker when she got Better and could know whatever. I think that was actually prior to her falling, but anyway Uh, And then it anyway. So the age range Of my group. Specifically, my closest group was with two friends. 70 Willow, three years older than me on 71, then a very close friend who is Katie? No. And her best friend and business partner who's a year younger. And so since the cost this is Of March 3rd of last year. The Democratic Caucus. That's when I started. My isolation, so that's David Brock to my brain. But this particular friend has invited me. Since then, and throughout depend Emmick, um, on a regular, fairly regular basis to come over to her house and watched have dinner always have dinner. And watch special program in TV and and have you said, And then I'm gonna have to revert to some other callers. But have you said no because you didn't want to be in person and somebody's house at this time. My issue, I guess was loneliness So I don't tell people that I'm lonely. But I just like I'm very like this, I guess sensitive or whatever, like The new things I hear like Just get struck by my compassion, Just like really reach just like bridges out from my heart and I just break out in tears. On Glenn, I I hear you and and I want you to pick up on That revelation that I think came at the end of that. She's lonely in the pandemic, but she doesn't want to tell people Yeah, I mean, and I think that that's what been one of the most, um Wonderful things about this project is when you ask the question. How are things going for you? People are ready to answer. It's just that there's not a lot of asking happening, particularly around the emotional Um, lives of people who are older on I think that it's a time some people are thriving and some people it's a time of a lot of challenge and trying to figure out ways to feel connected and in community and having to do that and totally new ways. Let me play a couple of clips from your podcast. So people get a sense of some examples here, and this one relates to another thing that that last caller Lynne brought up when she talks about Going for walks. Its fear of falling. This is listener, Fran. Who is 63 on something every aging person probably worries about It should be teaching us how to fall from the time we are very young, because my son knows how to follow because it's a body memory, and he and I were walking. We take a lot of hikes together, and I was telling him about. You know this fear of falling well, he kept falling on purpose. You can't find. Look Mom fall like this boom and he'd go indeed role. And We're so afraid of falling that the way we fall is dangerous. And so you.

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