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Fresh update on "dominion" discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"The twenty two thousand election on november nineteenth donald trump's lawyers led by rudy. Giuliani held an absolutely ridiculous. Press conference one for the ages. It was ridiculous for number reasons including the fact that we'll all remember for the rest of our lives. Guiliani was sweating profusely with some kind of undetermined. Die running down his face. But it wasn't just that the dominion voting systems the smart matic technology software and the software that goes in other computerized voting systems. Here as well not just dominion were created in venezuela at the direction of hugo chavez. What trump lawyers. Sydney powell who not only pushed the big lie. The election was rigged but also peddled wild conspiracy theories like that like hugo chavez the venezuelan dictator who'd been dead for seven years meddle in the election from beyond the grave via some software which is obviously outlandish. Also not true. I mean we now know thanks to a defamation lawsuit against the trump campaign that while they were pushing those conspiracy theories members inside the trump campaign knew they were ally. This is an internal memo assembled by trump campaign. Staffers on november fourteenth. That would be five days before and look on the very first page. Dominion has no direct ties to venezuela it says has not direct ties but. I don't think they really prove fred document. They don't do that over there now. That number was put together. Like i said five days before sydney powell went on tv claiming otherwise this is just the latest string of information learning. About how the trump campaign was willing to lie noda and do anything and everything necessary to claim. The election was rigged even though they do. It wasn't barbara. Mcquade is a former. Us attorney for the eastern district of michigan and. She joins me now. I don't think it matters that much. But what's interesting to me about this memo. Is i think there's always been a question of like lying. Or diluted lying or diluted like did they did they buy their own nonsense here they really were the so far gone. They thought that the ghost google chavez was inside the machines changing the vote counts or were. They just lying. This is definitely pretty good evidence in the line. Call chris. And i think there's a real significance to the fact that there is truthful ally because until now they're always been question when donald trump was pressuring the georgia's secretary of state to find eleven thousand goes or pushing. For general jesse rosen to save the election was a really believe it and now i think we have evidence that he did not that he knew it was fraudulent and yet he persisted in these claims that the election was fixed. Incorrupt in rigged. And so this could be a piece of evidence that investigators could use whether it's january sixth committee or prosecutors georgia or maybe even at the department of justice can use to show that there was some effort to commit voter fraud. You and this comes out of a defamation lawsuit. Which i think. They're going to have their hands full on. We should also say that. What's also striking about. This is the reason they were able to compile. And i don't think he's we're like high level campaign. Staffers compile the reason they were able to compile. It was the lies they were saying. We're so consistent over time that kept hitting the same points and so someone says. Can we pull together whether this is true or not. and so. Here's here's giuliani at the infamous. Presser talking sort of offering one of these lies take take a lesson. Should be more astounded by the fact that our votes accounted in germany and spain by a company owned by affiliate of chavez maduro. Did you ever believe that was true. I didn't because it's not and you can read about that. In the memo that says however the the apparent evidence that votes are being counted in spain. Was that smirk. Matic is owned by a spanish person. So they they anticipated the talking points. This is again. This is five days before they go out and say this stuff you know is corey. Lewandowski made very clear that there is no law against lying to the public and saying things on television or in public remarks but there is a penalty for for telling lies when it happens in court. And we've seen that happen here in michigan and some other states where cd powell and others have filed lawsuits on the basis of these kinds of lies and in some of these losses they've actually been sanctioned leisurely has been suspended from the practice of law a based on some of these things and so. I think that we've not heard the end of the story on accountability. And this memo. I think Is is a really important piece of evidence that shows knowledge and intent to. What's the these companies have sued for. Defamation and i know libel and slander well and because you have to as a reporter. What is the standard indefinite defamation. Well when it comes to matters of public officials or public figures and i suppose dominion may qualify for that because of its role in the election. The standard is the higher standard of actual malice. Means either that you knew. The claim was false or the you added with reckless disregard as to whether it was false and so here i would think in loss that they'd have to show what was their basis for believing this to be true in this mammal strikes me as a real smoking gun to show of that either. They knew it was false or the at least acted with reckless disregard at as to whether it was true and so it seems that by whatever standard of this is going to be a very important piece of evidence in that defamation lawsuit her barham okay. Thank you very much Don't go anywhere. Scott spent nearly.
Fresh update on "dominion" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Campaign sat on its findings about dominion even as Sidney Powell and other lawyers attacked the company in the conservative media and ultimately filed for federal lawsuits accusing it of a vast conspiracy to rig the election against Trump Again this is obviously because of the suits involving dominion but there's got to be criminal liability for all this Doesn't there This is all part of this coup The eastman memo this right right And what this does is it's just another example of exposing all kinds of areas that are just gaping loopholes in our system That prior to Donald Trump coming along and exploiting those loopholes most politicians would look at something like that Well these are the unwritten rules of politics These are the kind of guidelines that we.
Fresh update on "dominion" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Two weeks after the election a team of lawyers closely allied with Trump held a widely watched news conference in the RNC in Washington at the event They laid out a bizarre conspiracy theory claiming that a voting machine company had worked with an election software firm The financier George Soros and Venezuela to steal the presidential contest from Trump there was a problem for the Trump dream according to court documents we just saw yesterday By the time the news conference occurred Trump's campaign had already prepared an internal memo on many of the outlandish claims about the company dominion voting smartmatic the software company and the memo determined those allegations were untrue The court papers contain evidence that officials in the Trump campaign were aware early on that many of the claims against the company were baseless Documents also suggest the.
Fresh update on "dominion" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Mango Mussolini Hi okay And also they knew Well I can't believe that more is not being made of this Glen Kirchner is going to return us to sanity Trump campaign lawyers knew dominion claims were baseless when they had all these lunatics out there Oh and the MyPillow guy has given us another new date for Trump's reinstatement She'll want to get your paper calendars ready and I'll tell you when we come back It's big news It's been moved again Thank God it doesn't conflict with my party I didn't know I was going to have to.
Fresh update on "dominion" discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Part of this wasn't hard to and the question is why. Why did it happen. This way was Incompetence they're experienced people state department. They're experienced people inside. The by administration was arrogance was taking an ally for granted. They'll be fine. it's france we're always going. To be close allies we can plow for it. Just doesn't make sense that a group of extensively experienced and competent diplomats would allow to go down this way. Let me say before we leave this who we work even talk about this. I bet you wish we're talking about baseball. There has to be a make half to help macron get out of his domestic corner so this partnership can be back again. We're moving forward together. We've got a much practice here on this china. Yeah i'm not making defense for it. And i agree china's the focus but i just think there might be more to this. That will i will go to the white house and ask who knows. I just don't understand how this im- so ham fisted and maybe it is. Maybe it is. It just seems like there's china's the priority for this administration's foreign policy my own sense. They wanted to announce this new arrangement and they basically said. The french aren't going to like it and we're just going to do it. Yeah and the priority is to get the us australia and uk on one place it. We're going to pay a price. It's a price worth paying again. I think i was an unnecessary price. So if you're giving scored home this other of the week's going to get will he's going to be Reporting from new york. Mika in a very i think eisenhower type declaration said i shall go to the white house. Just no i'm going. I shall go to fenway. So we'll have the show in three cities us no aunt. Let's move on to other news now. In the now infamous post election news conference the trump campaign allowed its lawyers to claim. Voting machine company dominion voting systems conspired with the software companies. Smart batic to rig the election outcome even though the trump campaign new six days before the news conference the claim was false. The new york times is reporting on how the call hold on one. It was hot in there that day. it looks good. Here's the deal. It was very hot one. I at one time at one time. He was america's mayor the causes of that. I'm going to ask you guys when we're reading about rudy. We don't show what what was that. That was a hair. The coleman stuff there by the gracie guy right. So let's not show those for rudy's you might try to kanye. Let's try this again go back. Let's see if they have rudy. You don't have to show him like standing on top of rubble or anything like that. Let's see if we can do this without the hair dye..
The Media Is Keeping Quiet on the Truth About Trump's Election Win
"Help us understand your so in this Pretend you're not just tell for people who really aren't tracking with this because the news refuses to cover this. What is happening. you and i are convinced. There's a reckoning coming. This is not going to go away people like you. We are never going to shut up about what we think is the theft of the voice of the american people. You could tell how angry i am about this. The fact that people are not covering this. What do you see. Well it's like this. Eric has like a you know in november december. Back then we had. We had enough evidence to stack up and everybody in the united states. Take one piece and you would convict. Everyone in the united states felonies. Okay that's so much evidence but if nobody hears it it's like the old tree fallen in the woods thing if a tree falls and nobody hears it did it really full. This is the twilight zone. They've had a that. The media was able to condition us and brain washes just like they've done with the machines and the vaccines well. And then you add this to law fair. Which is what dominion
Experts Call for Rigorous Audit to Protect California Recall
"A group of election security expert is issuing a warning about the upcoming California gubernatorial recall this month because details about the voting management systems were released publicly at a GOP event eight experts who specialize in computer security and election technology are asking California secretary of state to look for possible interference in the September fourteenth recall targeting governor Gavin Newsom it's the first election since copies of dominion voting systems election management software were distributed last month at an event organized by my pillow C. E. O. Mike Lindell an ally of Donald Trump the experts say thousands of people now have access to the underpinnings of dominion system including some people who may have access to voting equipment the secretary of state's office as California counties use a different version of the system than what was released and says there are already extra security measures in place I'm Jackie Quinn
‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill
"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes
What Did James Madison Write About Property Rights?
"James Madison's writing about property rights. Very important. I put it in one of my books. Just just take a few minutes and listen just a few minutes Saturday evening. Property. This term, and its particular application means that Dominion which one man claims and exercises over the external things of the world. An exclusion of every other individual. And it's larger in Justin, meaning it embraces everything to which a man may attach a value and have a right. Which leaves to everyone else, the like advantage. In the former sense a man's land. Our merchandise ceremony is called his property. In the latter, since a man has a property in his opinions. And the free communication of them. In his opinions and the free communication of them. He has a property of peculiar value in his religious opinions and in the profession and practice dictated by them. Here's a property very dear to him in the safety and liberty of his person. The safety and liberty of his person. He has an equal property in the free use of his faculties and free choice of objectives on which to employ them. In a word. A man is said to have a right to his property. He may be equally said to have a property in his rights. Where an excess of power prevails. Property of no sort is duly respected. We've talked about the Supreme Court decision and how Joe Biden rejects. The right of people to own. Property because They're dictating that you can't actually use your property. For rental because you don't get any rental payments.
Judge Allows Defamation Lawsuits Against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to Go Forward
"Sweet oh that was the rendition of god. Bless america that greeted conference goers at the cyber symposium that has been underway all week in south dakota hosted by the ceo of a pillow company. Whose name mike lindell. Mr lindahl has been in the news this week. You might have seen because a very conservative. Trump appointed judge in washington. Dc just allowed a massive multibillion dollar lawsuit to go forward against him and rudy giuliani and trump. Lawyer sydney powell. That lawsuit was filed by dominion voting systems. The voting machine company that has been vilified by former president trump and his supporters. With all sorts of wild conspiracies about how that company is somehow to blame for the conspiracy that led trump to appeared. Lose the election when secretly he won dominions massive lawsuit against giuliani and powell and mister lindell for promoting those claims. This week that was allowed to go forward in federal court That's why his name has been in the news this week. But mr limbaugh has been in the news a lot since the election is. He has spent every waking hour Promoting these trump related conspiracies about the election.
The GOP's Fear of Power Explained
"There is now new evidence to show and continuing evidence to show from just the news dot com that the georgia ballots rejected by machines were later altered by election workers to count records obtained by just the news provides an unprecedented glimpse into human adjudication of m- of thousands of ballots were marks for candidates like trump or sometimes removed so ballots could count for biden. I also want to go into this. That we're monitoring the mike lindell cyber symposium and we'll stream the entire thing on our rumble channel today and tomorrow just the news dot com day after the november election as donald trump and other republican candidates clung to evaporating leads georgia vote counters in atlanta. Were confronted by a paper ballot known by its anonymously number. Five one five zero two three two one eight. A dominion voting machine had rejected the ballot on election night because the voter had filled in boxes for both trump and his democratic opponent. Joe biden an area known as an over vote now. The image of the ballot obtained by just the news shows the voter messily scribbled a large blob at six ten on november fourth. Twenty four hours at the ballot was i scanned and rejected by machine. Fifty one fifty a panel of humans decided the vote should be rewarded to to biden. You could see the ballot on just the news dot com scores of additional ballots. That same day had checks manually removed next to trump's name so this is the arcane process known as adjudication were human judgment is substituted for machine scanning in cases where votes incorrectly filled out a paper ballot election officials and official observers have dealt with this for years put in two thousand and twenty adjudication played a massive role in all more than five thousand one hundred forty eight thousand absentee ballots cast or three percent of them required some sort of human intervention. Why does that matter. Those votes. just a couple thousand of them could have been the difference between david purdue getting a runoff not getting a runoff therefore us controlling the united states senate or not controlling the united states senate. So why won't republicans talk about what's happening in georgia. Because they're afraid
Dominion sues Trump-friendly broadcasters over fraud claims
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting dominion voting systems sues trump friendly broadcasters over fraud claims dominion voting systems filed lawsuits Tuesday against right wing broadcasters newsmax at one American news and former overstock dot com CEO Patrick Byrne a prominent ally of former president Donald Trump the lawsuits allege dominion was damaged by false claims that the vote counting machine maker read to the twenty twenty election for president Joe Biden Indian says the barrage of baseless claims cost it one point six billion dollars in lost profits to million filed a defamation lawsuit earlier this year against fox news and trump allies Rudy guiliani Sidney Powell and Mike Lindell the CEO of my pillow no agency has found evidence of fraud sufficient to sway the twenty twenty election results hi Mike Rossio
Breaking Free From The Emotions and Mind You've Memorized With Dr. Joe Dispenza
"I wanted you to begin to become conscious primarily of how unconscious we spend the majority of day and if we know that our personality creates personnel reality and that's been the theme of this I two weeks and your personality is made up of how you think how you act in how you feel. And we've been saying all along that it takes. Change has to take place by you becoming aware of who you're being and because of the size of your frontal lobe the fact that you can observe who you're being that concept called medical condition means that you can modify your behaviors to do a better job in life that you have to begin to become aware of how you are thinking and if ninety five percent of who we are as a set of memorized unconscious programs then the moment you become conscious of an unconscious program embraced based on how you think how you act or how you feel. Your awareness then literally begins to create a shift and that shifts then causes you to catch yourself right in the middle of the program and as you begin to become more conscious of these unconscious states of mind and body it means you have more dominion and more control over them. So we said that for the majority of tying people allow their environment to regulate how they think act and feel so when you go to certain places or see certain people are do certain things for the most part you and i unconsciously we turn back to the same states of being so it's the environment than when we see our boss or we see our partner. We see our children. Are we go to a certain place. we do. A certain thing or We experience some event that we experienced every single day at the same exact time. That the anticipation of that event and the anticipation of that experience in our environment. The body is actually living in the outcome emotionally before the event takes place and so we really don't leave much room for change or very much room for creation our life because for the most part were functioning awful of hardwired programs neurologically in our brain and emotional states that we've memorized that are based on past experiences. So we said last week how can we ever create a new future if we're so much living in the past and if we begin to understand that we can change the brain and body to no longer live in the past but to live in some future in the present moment and that's what meditation is about. That's what creation is about. Then you transcend your connection to your current familiar reality your
The 1914 Visit That Changed Australia
"So do australians have a show really enthusiasm for scientists and does it. Matter will consider a book based on a visit over one hundred years ago when three shiploads of scientists from the british association here and thousands turned out. It was like the beatles. Fifty years later professor linnet. Russell is director of indigenous studies at monash and book is called a trip to the dominions. The scientific event that changed australia net russell. I'm fascinated to hear that. The british association advancement of science which is similar to the one. We used to have an aesthetic or dan's s. And of course the triple. As in america which is still going strong is one hundred ninety now and was just before the first world war nineteen fourteen. I think it was three phipps and one hundred seventy. Five scholars came out to australia for war. What was the purpose. What was the plan. There's a couple of things that the federal government really wanted to do. The first thing was they wanted to showcase australian science so they were keen to bring these scholars almost overwhelmingly min to australia. So that they could show off. Innocence thou- early development of science and they were very very excited about the opportunity it had been talked about for several decades prior to the actual nine hundred fourteen meeting because they had in the nineteenth century thought about whether or not they could get to australia and in fact went to south africa. And the thing that really amazed me as well beyond the scale with the ships and all the rest of it is that when the various scholars from britain arrived they had public events to which thousands turned up even then. It is absolutely astonishing. If you look in the back of the report there are literally thousands upon thousands of names and these are sort of just ordinary everyday people their mechanics for many palms and their schoolteachers from essendon and from someone from q. And this is the melbourne part. And they've got just so many average people who obviously had a great interest in science and we're very cain to come in here from the world's greatest scientists
Caller Agrees That Conservatives Need to Battle for 2020 and 2022 Election
"And I just know Oh, my God, that something went wrong in the 2020 election. And what I am curious about is why is nobody talking about Mike Lindell and his, um, lawsuits with Dominion, not to mention his two documentaries, absolute proof and absolutely absolutely interference. And then his additional, absolutely 9 to 0 where he presents evidence. Of what could have possibly happened, Uh, during the 2020 election, I say it that way. Just because I have my mind my mind made up, but we definitely need to get to the bottom of that. But at the same time we do need to focus on 2022. And I believe that that's going to start locally in the school board. If you look at what the left has done with our Children, they're indoctrinating them. You know, critical race theory. You've mentioned it multiple times. And the thing is, is, uh Like that's that's how they Able to continually supply you know, Antifa and black lives matter with, you know, bodies that, you know, willingly agree with those ideologies simply because they have Not been taught anything else. And that's where I think that we need to really start as local school boards. Definitely because we take away that indoctrination. Then we kind of take away their You know, there are people that they're able to get out there to spread their ideology in a violent manner. Um But, Jackson, do you ever listen to my podcast? You ever listen to my podcast? And how did you do you remember that show I did a while ago. Speaking of the education system, and I agree with you, By the way, we have to focus on both 2022. It's been a whole purpose in 2022 has been the purpose of the show. So I'm with you there. But I played some audio clips awhile ago of that Soviet defector. Back in 1982 Yuri beds been off Who said, Listen, the Communists have a plan to destroy America and the way they plan on doing it as a multi decade approach to infiltrate your education system and basically get you Americans to teach your you know each other how to hate each other. And
Fox News Moves To Have Dominion Voting Systems Lawsuit Dismissed
"Fox news channel is looking to get rid of a lawsuit that could put a big dent in its bottom line fox news is leaning on the first amendment as its first line of defense against a defamation lawsuit filed by dominion voting systems the vote tallying company is suing fox for one point six billion dollars over its own air claims about the twenty twenty presidential election but in its motion to have the case thrown out of court fox says it amplification of then president trump's claims that the election was stolen is protected by the constitution and the network says it should be free to report any story without fear of facing lawsuits I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Great News About a New Regional Wholesale Hub
"As you may know. I've been documenting. The emergence and rise of regional flower hubs for more than a decade. My deepest ties are with the seattle wholesale growers market. A farmer owned cooperative whose origin state twenty ten. When a group of growers came together at a regional. Asc of g meeting held at charles little and company. In eugene oregon. Fortunately i was there and witnessed those. I am vicious optimistic. Conversations that yielded what we here in seattle. Enjoy today at the time. There were only two other models to which the founders of the seattle growers market could look oregon flower growers association which has a long history in the portland market having been founded in the nineteen forties and fairfield flowers a small but mighty collective of wisconsin and illinois growers serving madison and milwaukee flores fairfield flower ceased operating as a collective on january first of two thousand nineteen but many of the floor farmers who participated still grow and sell flowers independently. We have witnessed encouraged and featured on the slow flowers podcast. Numerous other regional efforts to bring flowers from the field to the florist and consumer and innovative ways from legal cooperatives to privately held wholesaler operations from casual meetups to marketing collectives. You've heard from many of them or their members here on the slow flowers podcast and now we have a new example to highlight. Let's welcome to of the founders of old dominion flour cooperative a washington. Dc area local flower cooperative. My guests are melissa webster founder and megan wakefield director of operations to growers. Who are part of this group. That launched publicly at the end of january.
"dominion" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak
"Mind it's in the news. I don folks. Mike babcock back with you for today's update today. We have an update from mike. Lindell the ceo of my pillow. Mike has been kind of at the forefront of this election. Fraud thing ever since the november third election. And he's been trying for months to bring out the truth of what happened in the november third election. Know mike lindell was on jimmy kimmel last week. I don't know if you guys caught this. But i think he handled himself very well. He kind of went into the lion's den there and kimmel did just about everything he could he had some buffoon. Come out before lindell came out and do this. Some wild wacky impression of mike lindell china heynen as as total wack job but lindell came out and just kind of laid out the facts and said hey listen. We've got facts of of fraud here. And kimmel went after him and then when all else failed kimmel shot a cheap shot. I thought kind of the first time. I saw jimmy. Kimmel take a really cheap shot. I mean i'm not a big jimmy kimmel fan. I don't really watch them all that much. And he's kind of like the prototypical liberal late night talk show host and so he makes fun of conservatives all the time but this was a truly cheap shot. Mike lindell has a history of drug abuse. As some of you may or may not know i had not known this Until recently but he has overcome that. And he's he's found god. You went on to found a billion dollar very successful billion dollar company as you guys are well aware of in my pillow and kimmel. He's sitting there and he's talking to him and he he's doing everything he can to kind of rattle them and lyndale just refuses to be rattled and finally kimmel says well. You know that all the drug abuse you are addicted to crack way back one and that's done something to your mind and linda lindell's basically withstood the attack and i thought he handled himself very well while this week. He's come out so he's kind of been at the forefront of this election fraud of the investigation into the election fraud.
MLB Moves 2021 All-Star Game Out of Atlanta In Response To Georgia Voting Restrictions
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Maybe maybe some of the prosecutors not there just want to do that line of work because they enjoy it at high end prostitutes man. That's certainly seems like a smart business. Move for me. If you enjoy having sex and you enjoy making money it does seem like a smart business. Move to combine those two things together. Yeah there's people who have sex addictions and if you're into that line of work and your hot you know but you can't because it's illegal for some reason and of course the next sentence is about You know an outreach program. They have for prostitutes. You like you guys are saying they're trying to say that it's like automatically a problem if you're doing prostitution in those office will be partying with the baltimore crisis response inc and other community groups including the sex workers outreach project. South provide a range of services to those who need them. 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"dominion" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
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"dominion" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"We. And i have given a know the language to talk about that i know the crevices to explore. But i'd be a fool to sit here and be like i have exercised that from i want to and i pray to try to every day but i think the second you think you're delivered from any sort of like Violence you are violent. And i am a violent emotional person and i had been emotionally violent to people and i just don't think that there's any way for me to get through if i act as if i've transcended it. Yeah i mean you also write about your own as you said the violence done to you and your own struggles with who you were as a man i i saw my own experience. Learning black masculinity was as a gay man and i. i certainly didn't understand anything about my sexuality growing up. But i had the sense that i was different from other particularly black boys in a way that would stop me from becoming a man and i have to say one of the things about your work reading. Your work for me is that i learned i. I think i may have learned it there. I learned that straight men had this same fear for different reasons And that was sort of shift in my thinking. And so. I guess i'm asking you. What role do you think. Fear plays right that fear of not becoming a man or not being a man enough. Oh my goodness i. I don't know if the incident questioned honestly really. But but i will say at this point in my life and this is how i know i have a lot more work to do like the worst thing is someone who loves me can say is clear. Say you're such a man right. Because like i'm talking all this mess but i wanted to distinguish myself from that other from trump from our kelly. You know what i'm saying from all of these folks who've done all of that as much as i talk about not wanting to distinguish myself i do want to distinguish myself and i think that like and i think we should those of us who have not done that particular kind of harm but i still think there's a trap right there. There's a trip once we think we are delivered from doing massive to black women specifically and i don't know what's on the other side of that you know i don't know what's on the other side of when you realize it like you know like you're going to consciously and tenderly approach every relationship going forward this particular way. Yes but what do we do with the harm that we've done yesterday. I think we try to repair that. But like how. And i think that there's not a model for that we have to create it and it's a messy creation. But i think that's what we're trying to do. I just hope that there's not a lot of collateral damage in that try. Well i mean we've seen there certainly a lot of collateral damage to ourselves and others right. I mean the. There's also a lot of fun enjoy in black masculinity which about so well that i want to bring into this conversation to you know and and you know again. I felt on the outside of that growing up way too late in my life to realize i related more to the joys of black fem even though you know it was very much assist man. But it's it's funny. I don't even know how to ask this question. I guess but it just seems like there's a push in poll between that fear of becoming a man and not being a man and all the like great stuff blackness lindsey. I don't know. can you help me out here. What am i talking. I mean i mean. I will say i think some of the great stuff comes from when we shatter that mode of masculinity and. It's so interesting because we'll shattering and they will try to put it back together. So i played a lot of sports growing up in. You know competitiveness was yes parcel what we like to do but we also love to touch each other. I mean to hug. We love to hit each other on the. But we love to like you know on one another's lane. We'd love to like toe that line supposedly between homeless social home erratic but up it was all homo erotic. We'd love to touch one another. And so i'm trying to say as a black boy growing up in a black man like i want to be able to talk about how sublime it feels sometimes to touch pirie but also to be touched by black men but i think once we touch we need to not do the work of like earth. You know what i'm saying like yes touching you makes me feel so good fam- can we talk about that. That's what i think. We need to do a little bit more. You know it's interesting to hear you say it that way to me. 'cause you you read a lot about your body and like how you've thought about your body over your life how you've wrestled within and particularly in relationship to performing masculinity what can you say about your back and forth with your own body and how it's related to your sense of manhood and some of these questions around like how we behave as men. That's a great question and i might go into. Tm territory so. Stop me please. If i do that. Careful we're on the radio all right. Yeah but you know. We'll say this. I think all of the work. Some of us talk about doing all of this stuff. We right. I still think that i love. You've talked about this in terms of like. How do we personally deal with this. How do we enter personally. Deal with this. And how do we collectively personally. I need to think for example about why all of my fantasies never like. I'm never me this forty six year old. Three hundred plus pound parts always some version of between twenty to win thirty four year old. Who super lean so. I think that we have to mind even our magic nations. Like why am i imagine nation my always the epitome of the manly man. I've ever been. I'm always ripped by voices always deep you know the people in my magic nation are always like loving me. Never questioning me. So i just think that this work that you are. I think asking us to do yes. We have to do it on the local level on the legal level but the hardest work. Is that like imaginative memory level. How do we deal with that. And i don't think you can unless you deploy an and use language to talk about things you were taught not to talk about as as a man. But i don't think just talking about it is enough but i don't think we can even get to the other side because some of us are so afraid and having been taught how to use language to actually honestly explore our relationships to body masculinity you've re released your collection of essays how to slowly kill yourself and others in america. There's an essay in it that comes at this conversation straight on. It's called echo and it's actually sort of a chain letter between black men in your life other writers Each writer's sort of reveals his own wrestling match with masculinity and then tries to offer some wisdom to the previous writer. I guess your contribution to this in those chain letters. What is it you were trying to reveal. I think that i was trying to talk about this notion of knocking ones hustle and houses sort of its name unspoken but we talk about this unspoken coal That i think sometimes people have and in this situation we're talking about men have in my own situation you know mom. One of my mother's partners was was was brutal to her like. I mean brutalized her. And i was always taught. And i can't even remember the first time i was talked that you should never ever talk about what goes on your house particularly if it was not flattering to your month and often that means that we were protecting some often the man who were brutalizing those women and so for me. I wanted to say out loud to darnell to marlin to chi to michael. Like y'all please. Hold me accountable if i do this because i do not want to do this but i do not think i have the strength to to not do it alone so what i was doing was trying to do things. One say black man. Black man. I need help and to say as a black sun growing up. I failed my momma because of some bro coal that i was never. I can't even remember where. I was taught that code but i know that i was taught and i know she was talking to to a different degree and i think that the failure to to burst that code open led to a lot of pain and a lot of destruction in my relationship with my own body. My relationship with my mother. What were you doing with that whole idea of these exchange of letters between these men i. It's a compelling way to craft an essay. yeah. I think we were. We were just all of us are playing with your pistola reform wondering what happens if you actually not just wrote letters to people but the people who you wrote letters to read the letters you wrote in robak we're playing like dialogical form and also we were just trying to to do what we're kind of talking about this conversation which is to animate this this this desire and the need for black men to talk and use language that we've never been encouraged to use when talking to one another but we didn't want to do is do the promise keeper thing we're like we're black man over here. Black sam's black women over there. We gotta take care of our stuff. I think is a total danger in that but we didn't want to say in this space we have. We wanna talk to each other new language that we haven't been encouraged to use the title essay in the collection. I would say. I was reading it this morning and it feels like it. Kind of frustrates. My whole thing with this conversation. In that i'm looking for something more. Clean that israel when when when people talk about how we do harmed each other in the essay get you know how to slowly kill yourself and others in america and it's about many things it's about anti-black violence it's about guns generally which you know it's on all of our minds. We have yet another mass shooting. We woke up to this morning. The ten people shot in virginia beach last night. It's about your experience as a black student at a college and how they tried their best to make you crazy but let me just. I'm going to read what felt like the takeaway to me the his this quick piece rate. This isn't an essay. Or whoa is we narrative about how hard it is to be a black boy. In america this is a lame attempt at remembering the contours of slow death and life in america for one black american teenager and central mississippi skies. I wish i could get my iota on right now and shift all this into a clean. Socio political poll quote that shows supreme knowledge and absolute emotional transformation. But i don't wanna lie. I want to say that remembering starts. Not with predictable. Punditry are bs. Blogs are slick art really asked nothing of us. I want to say that it starts with all of us willing ourselves to remember. Tell and accept those complicated muffled truce in our lives in depths and the lives and deaths of folks around us over and over again and i guess my question for you about this is what what about violence in harm doing getting wet with this sprawling essay. That happens in that idea. Well again i. I was trying to just work. Confluence of violence is that we all sort of embody when we walk through space and i think sometimes when we're these essays we want to act as if like oh. We were only dealing with militarism and we were only dealing with Evictions or we were only dealing with police police brutality or our schools treating us poorly when the reality is like all of those violences exist inside of us right and they dictate how our bodies move and none of the dictates are healthy. And so what. I'm trying to say as much as i want to believe that you combat this sort of like circular violence a concentric violence circles with like these self-righteous stances like this is who i am and this is going to be. I think that those sort of self righteous dances are part and parcel of masculinity we wanna destroy and what i'm trying to say it takes lots and lots and lots of messy work that will destabilize us an actual league. My question is how much that work should be public. I'm not sure because i do believe that. The most important word has to be private and personal right. But i also think because the stakes are so so high and the bar is so so low for us so much of this has to be public to but i but i but i do wonder about like this idea of like outrage right like when i hear something. Some some stuff about the governor's win in new york. Yes i like her and say. I'm outraged right. I'm very outraged. Of course of course this expected given who he is and how he performs in front of a camera. But i think we have to go beyond like performative outrage and what i wanna do and this is hard is asking myself. How much what saying about that man is inside me. I think that's the first move. I need to make instead of being like. Look at this loud talking asshole over here. Of course how much of that dude is me. I think that's the hard work and it's not performative and the answer doesn't come at one two three four days weeks or months but i think that's the that right now that's the that's where i wanna be and when i asked myself that question. The answer is nothing nice period kissy layman's collection essay collection. How to slowly kill yourself and others in america and his novel long. Division have just been released. His two thousand eighteen memoir is called heavy Urge you to check out all three wonderful books real quick. Wh why why. Release them now re released. Because i finally got him back. I had a son terrible deal with an independent press. I got on money about the books back. I wanted to put them out. I always wanted to put him on a different way of finally got an a position. Put them back out in a beautiful way. And i just wanna give My posterity and people love me a chance to read the books that they were always intended. Well i hope everyone will do so. Thank you so much for this time. I'm so thankful for this car. Thank you. I'm kai right and i will meet you back here next.
"dominion" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"I've thought about this dynamic a lot over my own life about my own struggle with it. And against it about how i learned it how i can unlearn it so i reached out to somebody whose work always pods me to think into feel more deeply about masculinity kissy layman's. Two thousand eighteen memoir heavy was widely praised for its honesty and it's poetry as he used his life story to publicly wrestle with demons that are so familiar to so many of us. He's just released both his novel long division and his essay collection. How to slowly kill yourself and others in america and he joins us now kesse. Thanks for coming on the show card. Thank you for having me. So we're going to talk about your writing and just kind of see where this conversation takes us could be honest. I'm not even sure where i'm going here. But but let's start with. Just what do you think of the premise. I've set up in general. I don't want to assume you agree with it. This idea that we as people who grew up learning to be masculine too so often conflict that masculinity with domination over other people. Do you think that's true Yeah sadly agree. I'd be hard to argue that. That's not true I'm interested in the roots of this inflation of masculinity dominance and. I'm also interested in what happens beyond the definitions on one of these black man who learned women's studies Majoring in undergrad and learn the language and the language helped and a lot of ways. But i wasn't sure that the language actually led to my wanting to actually be less dominant. I definitely agree with you. A primer. right it's one thing to think it. It's another thing to do things that give up the benefits. You get from that doc rights tangible and intangible so you begin your memoir heavy with a couple of stories about the ways in which people in your childhood just took liberties with one another's bodies and you tell a story about being twelve years old and an experience you had with some older boys and a teenage girl at your neighbor's house and i love you to tell listeners that story so we can talk about it from there in a concrete way so you go over there to swim in the pool just to set it up for a second here for you go over there to swim in the pool right and everybody wants to float in the deep end and the older boys make you all. I earned the right to swim. What happens how does that play. Yeah we were younger. I was there with my friend dougie. Layla weather's be with an older girl but she was also younger than the big boys in you know. We just often had to do whatever they asked us to do before we could swim in this day. What they said was. Layla had to go in This room with the big boys and Duggan i we're supposed to stay outside of the room and not enter And what happened was those three boys went into that room and at the time i didn't know necessarily what was happening I'd heard this phrase running the train. But i i was. I didn't know what that actually meant. But i did know that it was whatever happened in the labor. Like i wasn't sure. I was sure that i did not want that happening to meet in that way and i didn't help. I was that third party bystander. at twelve years old. Who was outside of this room with the. I had a crush on and she was in that room with these three. Bigger boys who you volunteers purposes made her go in that room with him if she wanted to do what we all want to do. And when she came about it here you know she was embarrassed and she asked me to walk with her out to the deep end so she wouldn't be so embarrassed in front of those boys And i didn't i ran away. I was i was afraid. We'll can you actually read that portion of the story. Because i think you write about it in a way that really i think is impactful. And so she asks you to bring her some kool-aid and walker to the pool as you said to get into the deep end is promised. So that's that's where the picks up all right. So i remember my back facing the opposite side of daryl's room and wondering if there was a real word for stories filled with people who started off happy than got said happy said no space and no hyphen was the word i used in my head. Tell unhappy sad stories about west. Just happened was really all the big boys at beulah. Buford's house did well whether they were true or not. Didn't matter when mad. It was if the stories were good stories. Good story sounded honest. Good stories made you feel like you didn't see all of what you thought. You saw a new. The big boys would tell stories about what happened. Daryl's bedroom network good for all three of them and sad for her in three vastly. Different ways. I wanted to tell leyla some of the happy sad stories of our bedrooms. But i wasn't sure whether to begin those happy sad stories with a or she or he or more we or one one time or don't tell nobody or this might sound nasty you but i'm not starting to feel so good. I heard layla say behind me. What's wrong i'll know without turning around. I whispered me either. I mean me to then took off out of beaufort's house leaving leyla to walk by herself. Toward the deep end. What is it you're confessing or maybe just sharing in the story. I mean it's how you begin your memoir. What what is it you retry. I think that what i'm doing. I appreciate that question a lot. I think that what i'm trying to do is sorta obliterate the convenient ways talking about violence sexual violence in the sought that we have you know sort of congratulated ourselves for using like i was outside at room. I knew sorta was happening in at room to to my friend but also when she wanted to talk about it i was afraid to talk about it because i would have to tell her about my experiences with sexual assault and sexual violence in my own house. I was terrified so what. I'm trying to show early on in his book. Is this is gonna be a book where we can sit over here and say we're the victims. We're the we're we're the oppressors. We're the survivors. Where all at one time. Now let's try to go forward with that. And so i wanted to start there because i think that conflation of all of these identities are no actually starts long before we get any of this language around power and consent and and i just i just thought it would be unfair if i started booking your the place in a place where you know i am at once someone who is hurting this young woman and i also met someone who by odor black women and i think that's a murky place to start a book but i just wanted to start there. You can't have this conversation in a generic way. Each of us learns are masculinity in our own individual context. As you're saying it. And you know you and i both learned it as black boys and you know in telling that story as as you're alluding to their you write this line. It says i was taught by big boys who were taught by big boys. That black girls would be okay no matter what we did to them. How important do you think that idea was at least for you to becoming a black man. Crucial crucial crucial. And i wouldn't learn to later that we call it at patriarchy and misogyny But like that idea that you know you learn from from from my community. I learned from big boys. Learn some big boys who learned from maine who learned from presidents. you know like that women. Generally specifically black women would recover. And i was also taught by those men who were taught by boys boys boys. We shouldn't care if black women recover at all. I just think that's something we should sit in and think about as people you know in specifically black boys But i don't think sitting in leads to any kind of like self righteous stance because this is sort of like the struck. The violent earth is constantly shifting under our feet because we make shift. And i just don't wanna do that thing where because we are talking even on this conversation we get labeled as the good guys of the good man. You know what i mean like. We have lots of lot the lots of work to do. And i just don't think that working have any integrity unless we go to the roots of where we actually started.
Fox News hit with $1.6 billion lawsuit over election fraud claims
"Dominion voting systems corporation said. It filed a one point six billion dollar defamation lawsuit against fox news on friday accusing it of trying to boost its ratings by falsely claiming the company rigged the two thousand twenty. Us presidential election against donald trump fox host and guest gave life to a false claim that dominion committed election fraud to help elect president. Joe biden taking a small flame and turning it into a raging fire dominion lawyer steffen stack afford told reporters.
Fox News Faces $1.6 Billion Defamation Lawsuit From Dominion Voting Systems
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Voting-Machine Company Dominion Sues Fox News Over Election Claims
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Fox News hit with $1.6 billion lawsuit over election fraud claims
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Dominion Voting sues Fox for $1.6 billion over election fraud claims
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"dominion" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"Donnegan likely is shocked by the snub as he was hurt by it would remain in long island following his removal from power new york already. A royal colony was easily integrated into the dominion anders. Have been there governor before. And he was welcome back kindly when he arrived in the colony where he would invite eight new yorkers to join his council. Andress was less popular in the to jersey colonies. Both east and west jersey did put up a bit. More of a fight over andrews was ultimately able to overcome the problem with little in the way of actual resistance as was the case massachusetts james. The second was interested in getting rid of the proprietary charters that had been existence and replacing them with royal charters. Sure enough the jerseys charters would not survive the conversion into the dominion however despite losing their charters the residents of east and west jersey did manage to protect their land rights unlike in massachusetts the communist in the jerseys were not going to have to file petitions to retain the land that they had already settled on with that being said over. Both of the jerseys were also completely excluded from government. Nobody from either east or west jersey received the seat on andrews's council. I have spent the last two and a half episodes. Going through and building up the dominion of new england not to mention the other three episodes before that that he the conditions under which demean was born so now that we have the demand up and on its feet. It is time to begin the process of tearing it right back down before we can start doing that. However we need to head back across the atlantic to england and take a quick crash course on the events going on there because we are now heard full speed towards the glorious revolution now before we embark on this crash course remember that. The glorious revolution is a huge event with a whole lot of moving parts. But i'm going to provide is a simplified version of events and i mean really really simplified because our real interest is going to be what happens in the american colonies low. It has been said eight thousand times so far in the past few episodes it is crucial to remember that james. The second is a catholic..
"dominion" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"Founded by roger williams rhode island had quickly become a haven for dissenters from the establishment in massachusetts and throughout the rest of new england with people like williams and anne. Hutchinson it is the place where all those who could not fit in elsewhere ended up going following the execution of the boston martyrs. It is where the quakers took up residence. Within new england. It has always stood apart from the other colonies and was generally seen as a place. The misfits ended up the call. Any was not invited to join the new england confederation because their beliefs we're so vastly different from the rest of new england. Despite this however rhode island was not spared the destruction of king philip's war providence had been burned their economy like the rest of new england was in shambles and they to suffered from the high casualty count of the war. Despite being a refuge rhode island remained relatively small having a population of only somewhere between three and four thousand rhode island like their neighbors in new hampshire. Were not terribly distraught to see. The ushering in of the dominion rhode island was born directly out of hostility from their new england neighbors to pearson his yemeni over the rest of ewing limb broken must have been a satisfying result for them. It's not that there were not puritans in rhode island but rather one of the bedrock principles of the colony was freedom of religion. It is this that made it such an attractive home. For the centers and outcasts from the rest of new england for the rhode island colonists james. The seconds establishment of liberty of conscience was an affirmation of what they have been doing for decades. This is not to say that they wanted to give up their atonomy. However inclusion into the dominion would mean that they would finally be integrated into the new england world rhode island approaching the matter democratically called for a vote on what to do when they learned about the quo orontes regarding.
"dominion" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"There never was granted. Land or anything official outside of those who originally agreed to the document wanting something that was more legitimate than the original compact. The plymouth colonists trained to the council of new england for something a bit more formal. Well they would not receive an actual charter. They did receive a land. Grant it at least laid out that plymouth had a right to exist and established their boundaries. Back in episode one point twenty seven. I had made a comment that this was something that you should keep on the backburner as i'm sure you have all been thinking about this for the past thirty kids. We are now going to get to why this is such a problem. The other new england colonies had charters directly from england. New hampshire had received their charter back. Sixteen seventy nine and connecticut gut their official charter from the crown in sixteen. Sixty two. This left plymouth any very precarious position. If you have been following along you can probably guess that andrews and company did not see the mayflower compact as providing the necessary legitimacy. This problem was not any kind of a surprise to plymouth. They tried for years to get an actual royal charter. However they lack the influence back in england to secure such a charter in the eyes of the crown when the dominion of new england came along the plymouth. Colonists were little more than squatters. Absorption into the demand in new england was anathema to everything that plymouth had stood for their independence from everybody else was one of the defining features of that colony having their independence stripped and shipped to boston was a very difficult pill to swallow. Despite this however plymouth was never going to be in a position where they have much hope of fighting back they're small and complete lack of any actual legitimacy meant that they're being absorbed into the dominion was alba predetermined. The lack of a formal royal charter is going to come back a final time. In just a few years to haunt plymouth. Following the collapse of the dominion of new england down in connecticut we find what had the second colony of new england. But time of the dominion connecticut had a population approaching. Twenty thousand. well that number is still just about half that massachusetts. It was still more than double the combined population of new hampshire and plymouth. Connecticut massachusetts had always been closely related. Colonies rhode island was a land of outcasts and plymouth was an isolated haven for separatists. Connecticut remained largely in line with those same religious and political beliefs that dominated up in massachusetts when edward randolph came with news of the quote rondo against their charter. The connecticut settlers were none too anxious to.
"dominion" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"To the political history of the united states episode. Ju- point twenty six the dominion outside of massachusetts less. I'm we spent a second episode looking at the reform. The dominion of new england under edmund andrews. These reforms were by and large hated by just about everybody inside a massachusetts even amongst those colonists who were there to advise andros. They often found the new laws repugnant and we're shocked by their lack of influence over colonial affairs. It had quickly become abundantly obvious to all involved that the governor's council was not a representative assembly but was rather just there to make suggestions. If at the suggestion he would roll with the idea if he didn't he wouldn't at the end of the day. It was clear that the power in the colony rested almost entirely with him. When addressing the dominion of new england. It can at times be difficult to remember that we are not dealing with something that took place exclusively massachusetts. The dominion was a conglomeration of colonies and it extended throughout the entirety of new england. And beyond this week therefore the goal is going to be getting a better idea of what this means for everybody else. Inside of the dominion we will examine how the other colonies dealt with the arrival of andraos and the reaction to policies as we are going to see today. Despite the fact that massachusetts really is the center of the dominion world. There were a lot of colonists who were going to be part of the dominion and not live within massachusetts and they are going to have a lot of different opinions about everything that is happening for nearly all of new england. The birth of the demand meant the end of what had largely been decades of nearly independent rule. However will that on the surface wasn't going to make anybody all that happy. The demand also marked an important opportunity since its founding massachusetts had dominated the region that dominion offered the other colonies and opportunity to escape the orbit of boston. Which the.
"dominion" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Appear to be late sixties early seventies. He didn't know how old she was. They took out numb chucks in. Hit this woman on the back of the head. She collapses and people are looking around like did that just happen and then the violence continues now. Luckily there was a lot of conservatives there and they tackled this person and held him down until the police could get there. But i mean this is scary stuff. That's happening there. So let's let's talk about this for a second. So antique started coming after you when they started coming after you. What do you mean by that. Well they basically you have an tepa journals. You have journalists that are That work with antifa that are closely aligned with antifa. There's quite a few of them that are out there right. They've infiltrated the entire The entire industry and so the earned writing articles you know we're closely related to an organization called usgf united american defence force with john. Tig tuygan or you know anything about him he's The gentleman that benghazi that went into save those americans against orders. I'm he's an american hero. And we build these to help protect people in the community from from mtpa organizations like antifa that would come in and burn buildings down and things like that and so they they started writing bad things about me and other people in the organization they tried to docks me but the reality of it is is that i'm in a position right now where i can go sit on a beach and drink my ties. The rest of my life right. I have blessed with success and so for me. it's more about. How can i protect the people around me. How can i protect Our opportunity for generations to come on which i believe is is what antifa trying to take away from us so that they started attacking us and so i wanted to learn more about them. So because i'm a data company. Because i understand tech We were able to infiltrate antifa an implicating antifa. We able to get access to Some of their conference calls. And so i was able to infiltrate several those calls and listen on some of those calls myself. Excuse me i'm just getting over the covid covert seventeen or covert nineteen. What you're i think. I have the vintage cohen cohen as. Well good good year. But i was able to infiltrate this called. And it's a lot of rhetoric right so a lot of the things. I say fascist fascist fascist racist braces braces. Yeah and and in this process you start understanding the mentality around this kind of You know just call it what it is. It's an it's an evil environment right where they literally wanted disrupting caused damage to the people in the community right and so and so i I was able to uncover thirteen antifa journalists than a very short time and and as a result i went to one of our meetings in between three and five hundred people actually show up in the last Twenty eight weeks we. We have a little over ninety five thousand members in colorado off the nation and And so i said in this meeting on october fifteenth that hey if you're antifa journalists. He writes something bad about us. We're gonna come after we're we're going to expose you and so. They wrote an article about me. On october sixteenth saying always he's threatening journals which not what i said but i'll take it anyway i'll all right And then you fast forward to the election. We obviously know what happened on the election. Day right yup. We sleep thinking you know. Trump is comfortably up five. Six hundred thousand votes And then the next morning we woke up and and basically the spiel and so i. I didn't even know at that. Point what i had because i didn't know that the tumor was on. That call was the same Eric coomer that. I didn't even know. What dominion voting systems was wasn't on my radio on your world that's not the world you dive into. Yeah now i want to bring this up. You're just so we're clear. The director of strategy and security at dominion voting systems. That man is a member of antifa. And he's on social media. Bragging was on social media bragging that he was gonna make sure trump wasn't going to win. Is that correct. He actually said that on a phone call on the phone call. He said that was the antifa call. Were somebody and i'll kind of walk through what was said You know start talking. They identify him as eric. Somebody asked who eric is. eric respond. Hey eric's the laws earth's dominion guy. Yeah that's where my eric dominion guy. Right i didn't even know it. Dominion was he used to talk. Eric and somebody says hey. What are we going to do. An effing trump wins and then he responds nowhere. Left in trump's not gonna win. I made sure of that. I'm a laugh. So eric continues to fortify the group or three and i have to tell you at the time. The only thing that i kept thinking these guys think that they are jedi warriors. Just come in and you know just will in election anyway that they want that they were just being freezing I did my research on eric. I you know. I started with google cirque. Really simple eric. Dominion denver colorado yup and popped dominion voting systems. Eric tumor and so. I started doing research on him and i did not think he was antifa right. I mean here's a guy that literally is the he's gotta do a detriment in nuclear physics. He's very smart.
"dominion" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"The orders were coming directly from james. The second andrus was not going to be the one to question the problem. Well certainly he had some power indiscretion over the process. Andras found that the often confusing records. Overlapping claims of the prior. Land grants required that everybody regardless of your on the land needed to apply for a new patent if address was working with a partial motivation of trying to simplify the system of individual holdings and clear up those messy overlapping parcells. What the communists were left with was nothing short of a disaster in addition to the expensive filing fees that many struggled with and some could afford it. All the process was filled with complicating loopholes. For example land that was purchased directly from the indians in come practice did not come with clear. Documentation that the colonists can now rely upon. These hajek deals often left colonists without any kind of legal claim at all resistance from the congress largely came by ignoring the new laws in continuing forward by sixteen eighty eight. We know that there have been numerous complaints. Directly to the king about andrews's position on the land over the colonists were again rebuffed. Because recall the orders regarding the land. Kim personally from james the second so none of this surprise nor concerned him ultimately despite the battle only around two hundred people would ever actually end up moving forward and filing their paperwork acknowledging the much hated law bureaucratic complications further. That only about twenty of those two hundred applications were approved before the address rain came to a close. The land policies of andrews were hated to be sure but serves a critical function for the future. The dominion of new england namely the policy helped make allies of longtime rivals. Put another way. It created an internal atmosphere of us versus them. The were affected by the land battles regardless of political belief religion or anything else. If you are a new england colonists you were directly affected from the land debates even those other wise seemingly loyal members of addresses own counsel suddenly found themselves directly opposed to the very person that they were supposedly loyal to in the battle of us versus them. It was beginning to shape up that the battle was going to be between the new england colonists on one side and an increasingly isolated edmund andros on the other this now forming rift between andrews and the colonists in new england is going to go a long way towards explaining both the future for edmund andros and for the future of the dominion of new england as.
"dominion" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"You talk about kemp's connections to know dominion voting systems. Can yes. well there's one hundred and six million dollar contract for dominion that was purchased by the state of georgia. It was fought in courts in two thousand. Nineteen some really Alarming things came out in the lawsuit or expert testimony were pointing out. The dominion voting systems has a really Really problematic issues with its security and just corroborating that texas its own. Audits of buddy system failed it three different times the state louisiana which which is a neighbor down in the southern region. It actually withdrew withdrew the bid the grant the grant on the bed and gave it. Yes and that's because of the suspicious way that it went through the years smacked of corruption. It looked like dominion was using corrupt methods to get. It's been get it's been approved by the state so when you shipped over georgia and you see these big grants that are going to judge george. Let's look at the just. The bail of corruption runs towards china. Georgia georgia teaming up with china. Dominion has chinese arts under saying just putting these just in context here and also the other thing is that zuckerberg with three hundred and fifty million dollars rains. Why just target moan- mainly blue districts georgia is like one of these states. So you have this hall of corruption around george Day and you and once you start digging into it and you start seeing this videos in all these data anomalies. Start seeing all these things within this context. Georgia looks like a complete mess. And in just because it's run by cam and ravensburger in the secretary state is not mean that they are the good guys if so facto we have to really look at republicans in all these different states. that are okay with dominion okay with espn s rocket came at all of these voting systems. That have secret source codes. Can't look into it. This is not what democracy looks like. It used the left's terminology so there's just a. There's a thick cloud of corruption around georgia. Right now in camp is right in the middle of it. and it's it's i. I'm not going to use certain term. But he's right in the middle of this you know garbage in so you know the the republicans state of georgia have to be really nervous right now. Looking at those senate elections are coming up because if they can't get accountability on this how are they going to get accountability in those elections is a huge issuance. Supreme court has to take this quiz yet. No doubt that's exactly right. And so the the issue that i think a lot of us have and we're the grass roots and the bases on this. They feel increasingly disenfranchised and it is a it is almost state retreat to cynicism. And it's a very dangerous thing where they believed their phone calls their donations their commitment their vote their advocacy meant nothing instead. A small select group of ruling class elites got in the way. What gives you at least some Piece that this can be remedied. Not just in short term but long term. What needs to be done though. Start with the short term to at least have some justice. Because i say it bluntly i'm sure you agree i b. This election was completely fraudulent and stolen soup to nuts in four.
"dominion" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"That's why and this is exactly why you're seeing david perdue. Go to a runoff. Why john james got caught in this. Sean parnell got caught in this. They were collateral damage to these schemes in these states the country. There's a great website that has come out called legal. Vote dot com. I encourage you to check it out. It's called every legal. Vote dot com and it shows that what voter fraud is. It's a primer on fraud and without fraud president. Donald trump would have easily got three hundred and seven electoral votes. Every legal vote. dot com. Lynnwood said it best on twitter who says this criminals commit fraud with plans to cover their tracks the bigger the fraud the it is to hide fraud in the two thousand and twenty election massive because trump won a landslide. Victory criminals hurried to get enough fraudulent votes in the middle of the night. They have been caught so the question is if they're going to be caught will the department of justice be of the prove the case can the supreme court odor revotes in some of these states which i think is more than necessary what will they recount actually discover and will we actually tolerate. Joe biden being a fraudulent president elect and president of the united states. Know until we get answers to our questions until we are satisfied with all of these questions being explained which we're willing for explanations of why are there. Fourteen thousand dead people on the roles in michigan. Why is that. Why do we have a huge packet of information of dead people. That voted in michigan ballot received ballot received ballot received p people that are a hundred and five years old. Why is that until we get explanations. Then there will be a cloud over joe biden in his presidency and this election indefinitely. And that's not any way to keep the country together or to unify heal the country..
"dominion" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Truth is an annoyance. Truth is a speed bump. It's a detour in their pursuit of power. Here's a good question. Why was there. A hearing held dominion voting systems earlier. This year why did texas refuse it three times. And why isn't there a massive investigation dominion voting systems now. Let's play tape. This is from congress earlier this year. Play tape many have concerns about voting systems with remote access software. And i think we want to make sure that companies no longer sell voting machines that have network capabilities. We need also to understand. Supply chains in december two thousand nineteen a study released by interros. Supply chain monitoring company showed that one fifth or twenty percent of the components in a popular voting machine came from china based company's furthermore close to two thirds or actually fifty nine percent of suppliers with machines supply chain had locations in either china or russia for two thousand and twenty. We've been working closely. With jurisdictions seeking to upgrade their voting systems older end of life technology is being replaced with certified solutions that produced paper records for auditing and resilience. Is there any method of voting. That's one hundred percent secure. No no no no. And that's john. Pelos who is the head of dominion voting systems. What's really interesting is how the chairwoman of that committee is a democrat. Zoe lofgren is outright. Is that her name zoe. Lofgren and we just heard from dominion voting systems that no there is no way that is one hundred percent secure so not only. Do we have the absentee ballot fraud. Issue not only do we have the ballot laundering issue. Not only do we have the voter registration issue. Not only do we have the vote counting issue not only do we have the urban centers stopping counting ballots issue. Not only do we have the five hundred thousand. People just voted for biden but also the machines that you're feeding into very well might have been programmed under hammer and scorecard. And what is the left's response to this. Oh you're a conspiracy theorist when actually you were when you were believing that donald trump was bought and paid. For by the kremlin. We are fact. Finders.
"dominion" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast
"Kathleen Tarba's with her Song Young. This was another really interesting show because ever song chosen Old Dominion and not only GonNa cut it as a single but it's instantly going into jeep commercial. Now that is pretty amazing for a song writer. It's kind of leap from being over all sorts of complicated issues to get your son placed in the commercial songs when you play some in different context. It gives a whole new gravitas. The Walnut Old Dominion chose. It was a song called young. The song is a great solve Jefferson position to what the band would probably normally do. So we going to hear from winning Rights Catlin Tarver about her sung. Yung in a bit. First Ladies and Gentlemen Old Dominion Sometimes when you are writing a song. You don't how you're writing you. Just you feel something you follow that song where it wants to go and we have a little idea and we go wonder what could be and then you follow it. We're always looking for a great song and that's sounds generic but that's a tough thing to find the now and it's tough thing to write the concept for Song Land. Part of me is surprised that this hasn't existed up until this point. You know. Maybe that's just coming from my own perspective on life. Because I love songwriting so much. We all love music and we love artists. We love that part of it but those songs had to come from somewhere and the the process which they're created to me is the most fascinating thing you know so the the show is so cool so awesome to to give people a glimpse behind the curtain of. Where do you start like? How do you come up with the melody? How do you come up with lyrics? And how do you find tune that how do you get it to a point where it's that final product that you finally get to hear on the radio or on a commercial or whatever? It might be the type of song that we're looking for is one that changes are mood and changes the room. You're in when you listen to it or changes you know changes everything just inspires you makes you want to write more or makes you wanNA play it in front of a crowd of people just fills you with an energy that you can't put your finger on and only that song can do that can do that for you. So Ladies and gentlemen the winning writer in Tarver Hi this is Caitlyn Tarver. And I'm the winner of the Old Dominion Episode and they chose my Song Yang. I'm from Georgia. I grew up in the south and like a small town and would go to church every week. I was kind of like a lot of the music I was exposed to. As a small child I would put on shows in the living room and staying also in charge and talent shows like different small town type of events. I remember when I was six grade. I was going to my birthday party and most of my friends had started listening to the radio so on the way to the party they wanted to listen to the radio then turned it on and I immediately became says to with the radio and Britney Spears and insane backstreet boys and that whole era of pop and I was just kind of hooked and then American idol aired its first season and we watched it and Ryan seacrest talking about how they're going to do in American idol for kids and it was like it's going to be auditions the summer and he's saying this on TV. And I was like I gotta go. GotTa go and so. I went to the audition in Chattanooga Tennessee. I did alright and ended up making it to Hollywood getting to be an LA and getting to go to set and like singing onstage and kind of being exposed to that. I was pretty much hooked with the idea of becoming a singer from that point on and Went back to like eighth grade and I was like Okay so what do I do now? So we just SORTA started off with like my dad would. Cold call like middle schools and be like. Hey my daughter was on the American Juniors show and she would love to come sing at your school and most places would be great. I did that for a few years and saying at some of the weirdest stuff kind of cut my teeth as like a performer. Like I've played to so many empty fields and somehow survived. I'd also at this point met the Jonas brothers. I played this festival New Jersey around the same time that they played one of their first shows so we met at that time and they were you know nobody and so was I and then we kind kept in touch so when they would come down to like Orlando or Atlanta. My Dad would be like. Hey can we complain the show at the small club or whatever and they'd be like yeah so I kinda got in with them and then that was like all right. Let's get you in some writing sessions. And so that's when I sort of was able to be in the studio with another writer being like them asking me questions about my life and sort of opening my eyes to what it meant to write a song about something. You've gone through so probably around like sixteen or seventeen was when. I started writing when I was reading young. The song that ultimately chose on Song land as the winning song. I wrote a pretty recently like about a year ago and I went in for the first session of it with these producers that I work with a good bit and this other writer and we were sort of having one of those days where an idea dislike wasn't really flow in a lot of times. I like to come in and just sort of start from scratch and see what chords we're going to work with which sort of informs the feeling of the song to me. We had these chords that I really liked and it did feel real estate..
"dominion" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast
"Hi I'm Dave Stewart and this is song lands podcast. Today Show! We have the massive country band Old Dominion, and we also have the winning writer. Kathleen Tarba's with her Song Young. This was another really interesting show, because ever song chosen Old Dominion and not only GonNa cut it as a single, but it's instantly going into jeep commercial. Now, that is pretty amazing for a song writer. It's kind of leap from being over all sorts of complicated issues to get your son placed in the commercial songs. When you play some in different context, it gives a whole new gravitas. The Walnut Old Dominion chose. It was a song called young. The song is a great solve juxtaposition to what the band would probably normally do, so we going to hear from? Winning Rights Catlin Tarver. About her Sung Yung in a bit. First Ladies and Gentlemen Old Dominion. Sometimes when you are writing a song, you don't how you're writing you. Just you feel something you follow that song where it wants to go, and we have a little idea and we go wonder what could be, and then you follow it. We're always looking for a great song. And that's sounds generic, but. That's a tough thing to find the now, and it's tough thing to write. The concept for Song Land. Part of me is surprised that this hasn't existed up until this point, you know. Maybe that's just coming from my own perspective on life because I love songwriting so much. We all. Love Music and we love artists. We love that part of it, but. Those songs had to come from somewhere and the the process. which they're created to me is the most fascinating thing you know so. The the show is so cool so awesome to to give people a glimpse behind the curtain of. Where do you start like? How do you come up with the melody? How'd you come up with lyrics? And how do you find tune that? How do you get it to a point where it's that final product that you finally get to hear on the radio or on a commercial or whatever it might be? The type of song that we're looking for is one that. Changes are mood and changes the room you're in when you listen to it or changes, you know changes. Everything just inspires. You makes you want to write more or makes you WANNA? Play it in front of a crowd of people just. Fills you with an energy that you can't put your finger on and only that, Song. Can do that can do that for you so. Ladies and Gentlemen, the winning writer capital in top. Hi this is Caitlyn. Tarver and I'm the winner of the Old Dominion showed and they chose my song Yang. I'm from Georgia I grew up in the south, and like a small town, and would go to church every week. I was kind of like a lot of the music. I was exposed to as a small child. I would put on shows in the living room and staying also in charge and talent shows like different small town type of events. I remember when I was six grade. I was going to my birthday party and most of my friends had started listening to the radio so way to the party they wanted to listen to the radio, then turned it on, and I immediately became, says to with the radio and Britney. Spears and insane backstreet boys, and that whole era of pop and I was just kind of hooked. And then American idol aired its first season, and we watched it and Ryan seacrest, talking about how they're going to do in American idol for kids, and it was like it's going to be auditions the summer and he's saying this on TV, and I was like I gotta go gotTa. Go, and so I went to the audition in Chattanooga Tennessee. I did alright and ended up making it to Hollywood getting to be an LA and getting to go to set and like singing, onstage and kind of being exposed to that. I was pretty much hooked with the idea of becoming a singer from that point on. And went back to like eighth grade. And I was like Okay, so, what do I do now? So. We just SORTA started off with like my dad would cold. Call like middle schools and be like. Hey, my daughter was on the American Juniors show and she would love to come. Sing at your school and most places would be great. I did that for a few years and saying at some of the weirdest stuff. Kind of cut my teeth as like a performer like. I've played to so many empty fields. And somehow survived. I'd also at this point met the Jonas brothers. I played this festival New Jersey. Around the same time that they played one of their first shows, so we met at that time, and they were. You know nobody, and so was I. And then we kind kept in touch so when they would come down to like Orlando or Atlanta. My Dad would be like Hey, can we complain the show at like the small club or whatever and they'd be like? Yeah so I kinda got in with them, and then that was like all right. Let's get you in some writing sessions. And so that's when I sort of was able to be in the studio with another writer being like them, asking me questions about my life and sort of opening my eyes to what it meant to write a song about something. You've gone through so probably around like sixteen or seventeen was when I started writing. When I was reading young, the song that ultimately chose on Song land as the winning song I wrote a pretty recently like about a year ago and I went in for the first session of it with these producers that I work with a good bit and this other writer and. We were sort of having one of those days where an idea dislike wasn't really flow in. A lot of times I like to come in and just sort of start from scratch and see what cords we're going to work with. Sort of informs the feeling of the song to me. We had these chords that I really liked. And it did feel really astrology..
"dominion" Discussed on Classic Races
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A log a half, a colleague Backley it'd been running door to door for the moment. Kale seems to just be content to ride along the number two position. And keep a leader inside about a half a car length off and they'd be concerned a little car because that last one hundred laps can get awfully critical here at martinsville. Earnhardt suddenly awfully strong off the corners. He seems to have the punch right now the front twosome have opened up a pretty good separation on Benny Parsons. Donnie Allison who ride third and fourth in a good battle going on right there door to door in turn three makes a quick vote on the back straightaway. Polls inside of any Parsons this with third place. Donny effortlessly house third-place pulled away as us the low side and float up at any as they worked to the line team has really turned around in the last few weeks of Donnie Allison and the Kinney children's team right now because Donahue really enjoys running races, particularly with since he has a new crew chief, Mike joy in the form of her mouth. And you can really tell. Difference in the way, the car works everywhere. They've taken it in car has a lot of power Barney. And now finally they're able to get that power down onto the race track. Where it belongs. If buddy Baker had lost any momentum as reported earlier. He certainly gathered it back in he's moved up on Terry Labonte and here at turn. One Baker gets underneath the Corpus Christi, Texas driver and muscles out of fifth spot. So Baker back on the charges now up into the fifth position is your later as work their way off turn again Yarbrough always looks inside of art. Thanks better of it. And tucks right back into that. Final stabilisers. I work back to turn one Charlotte. North Carolina's buddy Baker who's running hard here. Trying to make up some lost ground. Baker didn't use to like the short tracks. He made no secret about the fact that even dreaded to go and run on short-track. I asked him yesterday. If that had changed. No different. It is around the corner. And you gotta do that. At daytona. I gotta do you. Gotta do. Iraq and. Breath. It's a it's a big truck. Over the same way. And once you acquire. Knowledge of racetrack. Martinsville to me anything as twenty two thousand twenty four. Year. I wanted one twenty eight thousand dollar. That kind of money and said to me. Feels about martinsville. You this afternoon. He is still in the lead. Lap steel running strong in fifth position buddy Baker Charlotte North Carolina three hundred and seventy seven laps complete in the Old Dominion five hundred here this afternoon in a race that has seen a little bit of everything including fifteen caution flags leader right now, Dale Earnhardt caled Yarbrough ride. Second Earnhardt now writes about three colleagues ahead of him. Then it's about two seconds back to third place. Donnie, Allison and about five seconds back to any Parsons who rides in fourth and buddy Baker who's in fifth spot leaders intern for Dale Earnhardt had an advantage to turn number three. But again Yarborough closes off the corner up to work as way high around race tropic stabilizes back to the line of the seventeen cars in the race dragging six or on the lead lap Earnhardt, Yarborough, Parsons, Donnie, Allison, Terry Labonte, and buddy Baker in that order one lap down. Dave Marcus is the seventh place car rookie point leader. Jody Ridley runs in the eight slot. In ninth is buddy Arrington an Errington has been a bit unnoticed. All day. But since getting backing from hills racing a lawyer James hill out of Kalamazoo Michigan is backing the airing team refu- races this year. He is now running in the nightspot one lamp down tenth is Richard petty. He's also a lap behind four spot has just changed hands coming into turn one Baker put the move on the inside of Benny Parsons and made it work in buddy is back on the charge. Will maybe Baker heard what we said here in the broadcast booth, and he says, hey, I'm going to get that far behind because he is really one of the quickest cars on the speedway right now. Still Earnhardt in front kale writing second. He's about three colleagues back and they worked the back straightaway right now. Almost straightaway separation on the third place car maker heads down indeterminable three when you talk about a racist note. Of course, it's been comfortable cool all day the wakeup call. The hotel us sporting said forty seven degrees outside so driver fatigue. As far as the heat is concerned not a factor here this afternoon, but you wonder what it could have been like if it had been a hot afternoon. And of course, the bumping into bouncing that we've seen it's really been an afternoon that has been perfect or ideal for this. Style of racing but has been an ideal day for the fans and the drivers here at martinsville. In the pack of temperatures cool. It's been overcast and not even a drop of rain. Maybe I shouldn't say that because the bottom will probably fall out now that I have when we were here in April. We at an hour of rain and hail. So let's not say any more about that three hundred eighty three laps in the record book here at martinsville of the Old Dominion five hundred this afternoon. And it's been a super good rates from start to finish almost anything. You could ask for as as far as competition. We've had fifteen caution flags and despite that there have been seven and eight cars on the lead lap all day long right now, there are six still at lead lamp, let's check in with Ned. Jodi told us a moment ago, they should be able to go the distance. If the caution doesn't come out again. Yes, they should be able to Barney. There's no activity right now pit road. We just had a report the junior Miller is out of the race with a blown engine. So it continues to take toll here this afternoon. We've been watching buddy Baker out there, and he is definitely running better now than it did before that last caution after his spin out he was not competitive not nearly as competitive. Visit was earlier in the race. But the adjustments they may parrot and what El- Wilson and the rest of the crew they're certainly helped him something now because I believe he is just about as fast as anybody on the racetrack. He has just about as quick as anybody out there. In fact, he continues to make up a little ground on Dale Earnhardt and kale Yarbrough each time around the speedway, and whether he has enough time to do it or whether the handles going to go away on either. One of those two cars remains to be seen Richard petty still running strong with the petty effort here this afternoon about midway in the race. The handle seem to go away on Richard's car, and it has not been able to get the job done here this afternoon for Richard petty and the DP racing team petty still very much in the thick of things to win his eight Winston Cup points championship and he's far from giving it up. There's a lot of time to go Barnhart. I don't know if the case of the same down exiting turn number two coming off turn number four on our speedway north under the speedway. Three four. The lead cars still really sliding off the turn that begins to take its toll. Now more later in the race in a dinner earlier. Those we've mentioned earlier Donnie Allison liked to track. The car off the turt-. That's the case. Now for Donnie also with Benny Parsons and Terry Labonte using that very same style of the thirty one starter seventeen Dylan competition six of those on the lead lap Earnhardt leading Yarborough posted in the second spot third. Donnie, Allison, fourth buddy, Baker v is being shown as Benny Parsons six as Terry Labonte. And they are on the lead lap one lap behind a Marcus rides in seven currently the eighth-place car. Jody Ridley is about half a lap behind him. But closing in on Ridley is buddy Arrington reruns might Richard petty is in the tent Spahn petty is now two laps behind the other seven cars still running the not in order position are Tim Richmond. John Anderson James Hilton, the Cicely Gordon machine Tommy gale, Roger Hamby and rookie driver lake speed. Who's car's been into the wall twice. And almost went out three more times. They are currently trying to repair the right front of his car. Once again on been ruin only lake his head more than his share troubles. Every time you look up here today. The cars. And taking off toward the wall or something and not any bad reflection on lake if you get out of that group or something comes loose on the car, you let a tire go away. You're going to get out and stuff, and you're going to get a piece of the wall. He's looked at it all day here at martinsville. Earnhardt in front kale writing second to Carling separate first and second position for the moment. KO conserving the car just riding along behind Earnhardt and as they hit up into tournament three lie goal kale. Just seems to be content. The car looks like it's working well enough to stick. Just exactly where it is. It has worked. Well, we've seen kale work low in the race track high in the racetrack. Of course, not fifteen twenty twenty-five laps ago. He was busy experimenting trying to work inside and outside of Dale Earnhardt in an attempt to wrestle lead away that of course, might have been a little early. Experimentation on his part looking at two hundred eight maps show now when this race had finally come to the conclusion till Yarborough may have learned what he needed to know right now is content to settle back and let time take its course. Nevertheless, he is running that car very very hard as we know here at martinsville drivers of told us in victory lane. And also be nine the pit wall that you can wear your breaks out here in martinsville. Track is very tough on right front ends. Bobby Allison broke spindle, Don sprouse's, car broke right front wheel and hit the wall. And also because the tremendous jarring torque when you exceleron out of turn to and again when you back the engine off for me douse RPM at the end of that back straightaway. And likewise on the front stretch a thousand times it'll tear rear ends as well. So you must drive hard to get to the front at martinsville. But you must conserve the car to stay up front and Dale Earnhardt does not look as if he's being at all conservative Barney. Well, he is really pushed himself in the car here this afternoon, but that is earned heart style of driving. And I I don't think you could even I don't think anybody. In the pits on that headset on the radio when Jake used to be in there, Jake would would turn red from head to toe trying to to get him to pace himself to calm down a little bit and and just conserve himself in the car, but that is not they'll style of driving. He's not comfortable doing that. He's the first one to tell you that if he can't run the way wants to doesn't want to be on the racetrack. And right now he likes to be out front. And that's where he is. We're talking about Richard petty just a moment ago and a few weeks well last couple of weeks actually from Dover up until we came into martinsville. There are a lot of stories in the paper that Richard Mike quit at the end of the year or at least taper off and drive eight or ten races next year and hire another driver to put in the car. I had a chance to talk with him down in the pit yesterday. And he was kind of like the wind commercial on TV just says it's not time yet. These
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"We hate that we had taken down, wasn't artisan, but just wanted to keep you up and we wanted to keep up as much as possible. So go to Bobby dot com to watch or here whatever you're missing right now, and thank you for listening to the show and sorry about all the legal stuff. There they. Guys from Old Dominion this waking up early. Song. Love it. You know, you guys posted on Twitter post on Instagram too, but the one where you guys are playing the wild horse when no one was in there who held onto that video for that long, it's actually found it on YouTube, someone posted it on YouTube. So someone else had a video of you guys, the dancers posted those the people that were dancing? Yeah, older couples posted it. They were like from like Germany or or something they were. They were definitely not from the US and the treasure. Yeah, it was really cool. I remember talking to them afterwards. They were super sweet people. So for those that don't, I'm talking about Old Dominion. I posted a video and it was the band and all you see in this entire room and floor to people dancing, I guess. No, I knew you guys were right for. We didn't even. Where are you even Old Dominion than? No, I'm not sure. I don't think we wear. Yeah, I don't think we didn't. We didn't have the name yet. That was back in the day. When we we play the wild horse saloon and they would sometimes like the person that was introducing us would ask who we were before. We went on stage and we would just make up names for the for the shows and and they would go out and say, so we had a bunch of different names, but the best was fried eagles. When we told the girl, we were Friday eagle, she. We may have been fraud eagle that night. Awesome. Video playing Garth in that video and they were telling you guys gonna play guard song today. Is that true? Yeah, we thought maybe we would try to to get through that when I don't know if we've since then thought maybe we would. We would try that one. It was that summer, right? Yeah, yeah. All right, which we affectionately call leather hands because of that line in the song which is kind of gross. Watched her hands of leather velvet. We're talking about what we're gonna play. I was like, let's play play that summer, but I was like, what's that summer other? Oh, okay. Letter hand here they are joy. We are friends from Old Dominion. It's an hour long in studio concert, dominion. All right. We're back with Old Dominion. Are butts, clap your hands, everybody because he'll west live music. Our. Like that's for me, that's typing for me. Hey, I got a question for you, Matt. When did you guys go, hey, this is actually a thing like you had a hit it was before he hit when you got a record deal, like when was Old Dominion and you guys mind when you sat together privately a thing. I think when we won the war. Last year that was that was when we were like, oh, this is actually a thing because it feels like you're kinda just goofing off the whole time and somehow like someone. Is allowing you to be there. But when we won that award, it's sort of forced us to kind of to own it a little bit. So that's for me, that's honestly when we really felt like we'd, we'd done something. I will also say back in the day we played break up with them up in Toronto. It's festival and we didn't know that many people knew that song, but twenty thousand people, sing it back to us. And that's when we looked at each other on stage like what is happening right now. Yeah, that sounds like a cool moment. Yeah, for sure. Oh brother. We're playing the song knows it and they're looking at each other. Like what. All dimensions here. Let's do written in the sand. Can you guys that one? All right, Old Dominion studio. Here is one of my favorites written in the sand. So y'all are here for for joy week obviously..