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"dr helen smith" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"But young men have had their lives ruined. This goes back to the thesis. I've talked about in a previous episode. I encourage you to listen to it. This called anarchy tyranny, which is the unequal application of laws and standards for the favored and unfavored groups men are an unfavored groups, therefore specially Republican or Conservative or white men that are not left-wing activists. If you get an accusation against you, you're guilty until proven innocent, and for men listen to this right now. That are conservative and viewer vocal trump supporter. Be Very careful with the decisions that you make in your life. Be careful what you text. Be careful what you say. Be careful. Who you SOCI- eight with. Because, they can come after you. They can get you fired and they will treat you unjustly. And then of course comes workplace in sexual harassment litigation and the recent flood of Hashtag meet to cases. All this gets put together. What ends up happening the worst possible byproduct of the Hyper Feminization of America? Men are now opting out of fatherhood and marriage. Men basically wave their hands up in the air and they say enough. I'm not going to get married. I'm not going to take responsibility I'm GonNa stay an infant perpetually or even worse. They will marry a masculine woman. Who never demands that he is the man mature, and it becomes some sort of very bizarre relationship where the man allows the woman to take full leadership in the relationship, these these this is a very unhappy relationship that ends up happening because it puts an unhealthy amount of stress and pressure on the woman because she has to be the provider, she has to be the leader she s, and I'm not saying women can't be leaders in a relationship, but when the woman is the only leader in a relationship. It puts an unhealthy amount of pressure. And it creates more divorce. Dr Helen Smith wrote in two thousand and thirteen quote men on strike that increasing numbers of men are boycotting marriage and fatherhood, and.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

15:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"Journey into the nineteen seventy-three ABC's Base Show Moon Base three episode one departure and arrival on the moon the director of Moon Base three the European moon base is not having a good day he's got to go to Earth to defend his it which is already inadequate and his second in command Michelle Lebong and based Dr Helen Smith want him to make a decision grounding his personal shuttle pilot the doctor cannot cite any evidence that he's unfit to fly and neither wants to ruin the man's career on a gut feeling so the director signs off on his fitness that was a mistake the pilot is suffering from a bit of paranoia and delusions of grandeur and when minor malfunction happens on the flight he insists on fixing it himself via spacewalk that too was a mistake as he comes detached from his other and hurdles to his death alone aboard the craft and unqualified as a pilot the director panics and attempts to fly the ship mistakes just Keep happening and his inexperienced leads to the destruction of the shuttle on Earth the European Space Commission votes to appoint a new director the French want to appoint the base the second in command a Frenchman as director but the British have a better idea let's appoint a British person and as the British or the chair of the commission the British David Colder lectured Oxford is appointed on the Moon Base Michelle is upset that he didn't get the promotion and as he prepares for arrival he also prepares his resignation letter both Dr Smith and director of Operations Tom Hill try to convince him that he must not resign Zig nation will be interpreted as an admission of guilt for his part in the accident and his career will be ended he relents at least until the anticipated inquiry into the accident occurs colour arrives and announces that there will be an investigation met he'll be conducted no outsiders caller rush the enquiry very quickly interviewing all of the involve staff in short order the interviews revealed that the three major command staff had reasons to doubt the pilots suitability the fly yet none was willing to act upon it his report calls all of them on the carpet suspending them they along with colder leave to face the tribunal on earth the very same day on the way to earth the shuttle is violently rocked the pilot announces they've been hit by a meteoroid and they must make it an emergency landing on the moon their radio is nonfunctional damaged in the accident the pilot has a full air supply but the other is only have thirty minutes transit supply while the pilot remains to try to repair the radio the command staff must work together and try to walk to a nearby seismologist station when their air runs out the American moon base commander comes along in a moon buggy and rescues them it was all a ruse on colors part his criticisms remain all three needed up and make the tough call to ground the pilot and his fake emergency landing demonstration was to reinforce upon them that on the moon they must absolutely sleep rely on one another to survive his real report to the commission says no one but the pilot was to blame so that's the first episode Moon Bay Street departure and arrival it's by terrance dicks and Berry let's they have co writing credit on that the show is also produced by Berry let's and script edited by Terrance Dicks and if those names sound familiar that's because they are the team that did the pertwee era doctor who and so I wanNA start by introducing and saying welcome to John who will be joining me for this journey on moon base three thank you gene I'm honored to be along for the ride so when was how long I think you've seen moon base three before me because I just found what about the other day yeah run across a couple of years ago federal three or four and I was able to watch is one through four so the two last episodes are going to be completely new to me let's try not to spoil won't mention it's been long enough I don't remember episodes to three or four so did you remember his at one of a little bit yeah yeah I knew there was a spaceship involved okay good so and it was on the moon and the moon yes well that was sir basically a key part of yeah see I'm right up to speed on that one so what did you think in general terms about this episode overall well it was made in the early seventies definitely looked at which you know is unavoidable and fine the the acting was all right in many cases it did feel like they had gone down to wherever the UK equivalent of central casting was to you know pick up some they need a scientist need a pilot you need an administrator whereas stuff but other than that it wasn't too bad I mean I've enjoyed watching it it has a kind of interesting providence apparently let's and Dick's were already on the lookout for the next big thing after they did dr who right this was shot between I guess pertwee's first and second series as as the doctor I believe where it might be a second third I won't swear to it but it was in there and they had a break and they'd been trying to do some other stuff Just get get their irons in the fire and they they stumbled upon this idea and it this is not a a bigot at let's Dick's but this is so per twee doctor who look sound pacing music oh the music and the incidental music it was just like if I close my eyes it was as if I was watching a doctor episode you were it was weird it's Dudley Simpson exact same guy and I don't know if you can't swear to this but I'm I'm pretty sure that pretty much every episode of Pertwee and Baker until Johnathan Turner took over was scored by Dudley Simpson as he did pretty much all of Blake seven now except to the exceptions are that whenever Douglas Canfield came into do directing he hated Dudley Simpson and so those are the few episodes of both blake seven and doctor who in that era the don't use Dudley Simpson and I gotta say I'm Kinda I'm Kinda with him I don't I don't hate it but it's just not very good yeah it's it sounds very like well I cannot this often an afternoon let me sit down here and did he did he did he did he doc door opening to space war yeah exactly it's like Okay well there's a dilemma let's have a little bit of music for that right and now it'll work and the weird part is it's not a synthesizer as far as I understand Emile's actually he's actually got a a musician's group of some kind I don't know how big it is but this isn't like the ladder Johnathan Turner era where this one guy keyboard and you know play in that same appaled note over and over again right there I mean there may be a synthesizer involved because electric noises but one point there is the sound of I don't know what the instrument is I'm going to guess it as some bells of some form but it was from the the the planet of the Apes Movies Okay Yeah you know what I'm talking about I can't remember that's called but that was dinners like okay well yeah that's appropriate for the era it's not a patch on Jerry Goldsmiths groundbreaking score the apes weird but groundbreaking score planet of the AIDS Yeah and before anybody right seen it just occurred to me I can think of at least two other doctor who episodes that were not done by Dudley Simpson's so just before he says the silo reaons and the Beatles also were not Dudley Simpson I believe so don't write in don't complain it's a generalization Dudley Simpson did a staggering amount of doctor who during this period and he clearly was must have been on really good terms let's index on this well they probably liked his his sound his style so it's GonNa sound like that it's so easy and futuristic sound Tristan exactly exactly it seemed to be the same future whatever show it was yes yes this show I guess we said was nineteen seventy-three it was the BBC it was also made in production in conjunction with Twentieth Century Fox ABC in America so we did it here in the US I didn't find that I'm aware would've aired six parts I I know that I was like nothing I mean I guess it could have been like a mini series but it kind of remains the scene because I don't know if this is got like is a six part story or this is six one part stories or I'm not really sure but it's it's weird that it's made in conjunction with him and yet it shows absolutely no sign that they gave them any extra money over doctor who budget or technical help in the Special Effects Department or anything like that yeah no this is feels pure our BBC Drama Department Studio Band Out One thing that is interesting it's different than doctor who is that James Burke as science advisor to try to get this a little bit more technically accurate yeah until you mentioned it I did not know that and yeah I can I can see where probably had some input on stuff and you know I know that if you try to be one hundred percent true to science in a television program in the documentary and not a lot of people like those right and it would be you know well we can't do that so exactly exactly it's like oh no that's expensive check to the Telemann machine or something yeah like well okay well yeah it's it's nice that they they actually explained that we Now he's a funny thing I mean James Burke knows can depend on with you on this side of the pond or the you're on that side of the pond or whether you're not on your side of the pond and you're somewhere else James Burke was apparently the science correspondent for the BBC covered the moon land thinks right for them he was like Walter Cronkite yes Walter cronkite and any also has an enormously popular a series of series connections I started watching that when I was like five or six it was airing pb pbs in my hometown. North Dakota and that was just off fascinating it is it's a it's a fascinating show I guess he's trying to work on an APP now but ah cording to Wikipedia but what I found fascinating about it because I've always thought of James Burke is like the Science Guy Right right he's like he's like his degree is in middle English something like that it's not a science degree this is all just self taught so is that the guy to hire as your science adviser well science correspondent sure if he can talk intelligently in research and say but but do you bring in the guy do you bring in Walter Cronkite to be your science adviser for Years Your Show on Moon landings that was I personally wouldn't but it might be this is a case of Burke was this around you everything space especially the moon launches that we did and he was really up on it and if you didn't know the answer he probably knew who to talk to you about it and plus he was with the BBC so maybe his office was like two doors down from there's so you know he's he works for the same company so he's probably cheap and There yeah I don't have I don't know when connections came out but it's also very possible but I mean he was famous from the from the being the moon landing guy in the science monitor so it could be its name recognition mean here we got this science fiction show and we got James Burke exactly you know we got Harlan Ellison working on our series Bible never writes a single episode but Ellison man we got James Burke on the on the Moon Bay stuff so it's possible he does get a fairly prominent mentioned in the in the end role as I recall and through the magic of the Internet's connections was in nineteen seventy eight so I was ten okay so it had not started yet still new years before running off his his moon landing fame probably which you know all right fine if he could talk intelligently about it and gone I'm not gonna I'm not gonNA complain a little bit at the setup of show there are currently five or possibly more.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The the idea of it is there? Do you need a lesson? I mean, Matt bears available. My goodness. What is it? It is it about sex that is turning people off that more Americans than ever. Are not having sex anymore. This according to a story out of the Washington Post. A survey called the general social survey. Tony cats Ninety-three WIBC on Facebook. Tony catch radio be sure to like the page. Among the twenty three percent of adults nearly one in four spent the last year. Not having sex and a larger larger amount to them. Our twenty something men. So the question is why is this happening? Why are there twenty something men who aren't having sex? And the question is are they interested in sex? Or is there something else going on? Now, you can make an argument that this is a problem with parenting, if you let your kids just play video games all day. Then maybe they're not gonna have what we would consider to be a bit of normalcy in their lives. It could be because they're living at home because they're being coddled while it's hard to bring someone home, and perhaps engage in well things when mom is in the other bedroom. Right. That could also be very very difficult. Allow me there is a book by Dr Helen Smith called men on strike spin out for quite a few years. I've interviewed Dr Smith few times the book is about why men are boycotting marriage fatherhood and the American dream. And why it matters. If you take a society, and you tell men that they're evil if you take a society, and you tell men that they're big, and if you take society and tell them that their basic makeup their masculinity is therefore toxic. If you tell them, they are all, rapists. If you tell them they're all oppressors again, and again, and again, and again chances are they'll find the closest sex robot humanly possible chances are they don't need you ladies, so go enjoy dinner alone because they're cool. They're gonna take care of themselves. If you know what I mean, and then they're gonna play fortnight, and they're gonna save a couple of bucks because they don't have to go through the courtship. They don't have to go through the dance. They don't have to go through any of that. This is a subject that should have. You impassioned the subject that should have you angry? Because what's happening here? One man's opinion. Is not that. Somehow, the parents are failing these kids the parents are up against a societal shift that is purposefully attacking these young boys these men purposefully willfully wantonly joyfully, attacking these men preventing them from actually being men that is where the pushback has to happen. It has to happen culturally, and it has to happen in the schools, and it has to happen nose to nose with those people who want to make claim that somehow the existence of the male is the problem in society isn't the world needs more men in. There are plenty of people out there. Trying to raise men what they're up against is massive our job isn't a mock those people's rather to help those people by recognizing who it is out there who's attacking men to begin with and reminding them that they're wrong. Nothing wrong with. Being a man nothing wrong with it whatsoever. As a matter of fact, we need more of it. Because. I if a quarter of twentysomethings aren't having sex or aren't even interested. That's a I mean, it's gonna work out. Great for the thirty something then. But it's got to be a problem. It's going to be a problem for society. A by the way, just so we're all Szekler sex. Maybe it's just my personal experience. But it's really really really good when done right. I'm trying to cats. Hammer in NITEL, Donald Trump would not be the president. If not for Kellyanne Conway, she's the Trump whisper she pulled the miracle off Hillary was the chosen one. It was going to be panted patties to lose. It was Kellyanne Conway's husband, George that put a lot of tweets about Donald Trump. Donald Trump who on wife number. He's calling somebody the husband from hell hammer and Nigel weekdays boy till seven ninety three w IPC and tell you why. Seat dot com. Tony.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Oh have you ever had discussions with anyone? Besides your attorneys. On how to take polygraph. Never. And I don't just mean countermeasures. But I mean, just any sort of tips or anything like that. No. Scared of the test itself, but was comfortable that I could tell the information and the tests would reveal whatever it was going to reveal. I didn't expect it to be as long as it was going to be. So is a little bit stressful. Have you ever given tips or advice to somebody who is looking to take a polygraph test? Never. Now, see when when Rachel Mitchell asked that question, that's stuck out to me because I thought that's oddly specific question to ask somebody. That's very odd to me. And so Rachel Mitchell who I she's has impeccable credentials, and you're supposed to believe all women, except when you know, they're Rachel Mitchell. I thought that was so odd that she asked that in that always stuck in the back of my head. And I even remember when we came back. The the first show that we had after the testimony. And I said symptom briefly about it. But I thought it, oh, maybe she's just covering all of her bases. It's just so weird that she would have asked that. But is it is it weird though? I mean, the woman's because they're so Dr four she's a doctor. I just thought he I don't know. It was a and I want to delve into that. Because that's now a huge thing. Welcome to the show. I'm Dana lash out. They lash on Twitter official Daniel ash on Facebook and. I'm let me just let me just I'm going to go back to pull this up. And I'd like to try to get her on. Everybody knows insta- pundit. Right. Everybody knows Glenn Reynolds. Everyone should also no plans wife who is a psychologist. Dr. Helen, I mean, she's written books about it. And. She actually she's a psychiatrist excuse me. She has been wondering and she wondered aloud she wrote their son after the testimony. She was one of the first to pick this up. Dr. Helen was. And she wrote about it at the time. And she said as I watched Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. And I'll just have you know, Dr Helen's a highly respected in in her field. She says as I watched Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. I noticed how nervous Ford was. And how little she knows about a polygraph. The woman is a psychologist and knows nothing about a polygraph. She said that a machine was placed near her with wires and acted very naive about what it doesn't what to expect. What PHD psychologists knows nothing about polygraphs? The American psychological association has been writing about them for years and many psychologists don't believe in their use. So why is she? So in the dark about them is this to make herself seem childlike and innocent or she that naive and uninformed. Now that is what Dr Helen wrote Dr Helen Smith, she calls herself Dr Helen, but Dr Helen Smith, I actually it's not psychiatry. She's a site. She's a psychologist and she. Her her specialties forensic issue? She's based in Knoxville, Tennessee, Tennessee. Highly respected in her field. And quite well known. I might add. She. She was she. And she she mentioned it again. This was this was this morning. Because the story came out and let me just let me just catch you up here. And this is going to add to it. There's no there's a lot of moving pieces, and I wanna make sure I present them in the correct order because by the way now there's three more developments in this case in two more, quote, unquote accusers. So we're I know I know just we're going to get into it. And then when Sarah Huckabee Sanders comes to the podium to take questions, I think, I'm I am literally made of interest. So I'm going to take that. So Fox News is John Roberts. Got a letter from Christine Blasi Ford's ex-boyfriend. It is a doozy. I read it last night. It is an absolute doozy. He let me just let me just share the letter with you. It's one page. It's really short only a few graphs. He his name is redacted, and I can imagine why. But he says I I met Dr Ford and one thousand nine hundred ninety in California he says she never brought up anything regarding her experiences a victim of sexual assault harassment or misconduct. She never mentioned Brad Kavanagh during the time that we were dating. He said she lived with her lifelong best friend, Mr. MRs, MS monocle McLean. And he said that as I was my understanding that MacLean was interviewing for jobs with the FBI nearest us attorney's office. I witnessed Dr Ford helped McLean prepare for a potential polygraph exam. Dr Ford explained in detail what to expect how polygraphs work and help McLean. Become familiar and less nervous about the exam. Dr Ford was able to help because of her background in psychology. He also detail that they live together. They would she moved to Hawaii around nineteen ninety eight and he said when visiting her and Hawaii we traveled around the islands and a propeller plane, she never indicated if you're flying. She never express expressed a fear of close quarters tight spaces or places. With only one exit and he I mean, it is a doozy of a letter. And apparently, also they're all credit card fraud. He said because when he ended their relationship he discovered that she was he discovered she was unfaithful while they lived in Hawaii after he broke up with her. He says I took off I took her off the credit card. We shared but nearly one year later Neta she'd been charging the card and charged about six hundred dollars worth of merchandise. When confronted she said, she did not use the car but admitted to the use after I threatened to involve fraud prevention, he said, and he says, I don't want to become involved in this process. But wanted to be truthful about what I know. Well, dang. In addition. And we're going to go to this press briefing here in a moment. In addition. This is it also came out yesterday. And this is the Palo Alto building permits. Apparently, she was inconsistent. Well, according to people familiar with the matter and a lawyer who analyze the situation, they say, she just outright lied. They said that the second door remember how she said that apparently the second door came up, and they went to marriage there. Apparently the second door happened way before they ever went to marriage therapy. And additionally, it was the second door was added. Because there was she was running a business out of her house. And she wanted a place for customers to enter separately. And it was a rental space for Airbnb, etc. It had apparently nothing to do with her fear of spaces in close spaces. It was because I mean, at least that's what all the records show. So. Now.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

13:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"That's the big news of the day seriously, but not much else. Here's your participation trophy. But danish. Oh, and then ultimately. Not whether he's innocent or guilty. This is not a trial alternately. Enough questions be raised that we should not move onto another candidate. And that long list put together by the Heritage Foundation. And the federalist society move onto another candidate. Because ultimately, the supreme court is not an entitlement now. Now. Thanks bye. We're gonna we're gonna he's gonna get confirmed. What's going to happen? Helluva could happen. It's going to happen this week who knows? I could very much happen. This week one of the by the way, welcome to the show. Second hour. I'm Dana lash out lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook, all Mitch McConnell has to do with this particular point is to open debate. And if they're going to I mean, if it's going to it's going to take place soon, he's got an EMMY he's going to be putting he's going to be putting that a kicking into gear. He's got you. You're gonna have. You're gonna file cloture which means that's going to. You're going to trigger a procedural vote Friday. So he would have to start moving today. I think if that's what this calendar is going to be whenever I hear this talking point. Well, it's not a court. It's isn't a criminal trial. I feel like Democrats are showing their cards. They're admitting that will we don't have to bring any evidence. Yeah. That's what they're saying. Okay. Well, then we don't have to listen to you. And he's going to get confirmed. You're right. It's not a trial, which is why he's going to be confirmed Kirsten gillibrand has based in Cory Booker all of them had the same talking points. She said that she was she was the one who was saying that the present her quote was the presumption of innocent until proven guilty. She said it was irrelevant because the Senate confirmation isn't a criminal trial. She said, well, it she said he's they say he's entitled to due process. And what about his presumption of innocent until proven guilty? She says, those are standards for trial, those are standards. I n criminal Justice were not having a trial. This isn't a court. He's not entitled to those. Okay. Well, and you know, what then you're not entitled, and and then then it's you could say that people aren't entitled to believe or that the people coming forward to accuse him without evidence aren't entitled to be believed. That's how that works. I would not a trial. Okay. Well, he's gonna get confirmed. Anyway, they're just I mean, what a stupid thing to walk into. Why would you do that? Why would you say that? That's I mean, this is how you handle that situation right there. That's a silly. I wanted to touch on really quickly. This situation with the door because I told you earlier about how Dr Ford Christine Blasi Ford. She was she's an some are wondering whether or not she's perjured herself. Because she testified she was specifically asked by Rachel Mitchell as to whether or not she ever gave anyone tips or coached anyone three polygraph in my very good friend, Dr Helen Smith who is a well respected psychologist in forensic issues. And she's she blasted that saying that what kind of psychologist doesn't understand anything about a polygraph. She's gets the entire field has written a dreams on it. And they you know, they think that they're completely unreliable. But to that point she didn't buy that, Dr blazey Ford or Christine blazey Ford was unaware of it and didn't know how to do it, especially when the ex-boyfriend submits his testimony written testimony under penalty of felony to the Senate Judiciary committee, alleging that Ford coached. A friend on how to get through a polygraph test. And that he he personally witnessed at and he also keeps her a credit card fraud. So that I would think needs to be investigated. Here's the other thing that really is fascinating to me. So her her story keeps changing. And it it changed. It changed on the number of people at the party at changed to why she got her door another door in the house. It changed about the fear of flying. Remember, it was Blumenthal who lied about serving in Vietnam who had the audacity to say in a one line means that there's bigger lies, essentially. So she I mean she actually in her opening remarks, and I'm not gonna play because they're rather long. She talked about why she needed a second door because she didn't wanna feel like she was trapped. And so she wanted to front doors, but real clear investigations, which is they did a fantastic job of of looking into this. They found the renovation records. And they completely dispute her account. Real clear investigation says that real estate and other records under a key part of Christine blazey Ford's account as to why she finally came forward with charges of attempted rape against a print nominee. Brad Kavanagh after some thirty years. She testified last week that she never revealed the details of the attack until twenty twelve she said the memories percolated up as they revisited a disagreement that they had had over her insistence on installing a second front door when they remodeled their home in Palo Alto, California. She had testified that her husband didn't understand. And she wanted the door to alleviate symptoms of claustrophobia and panic attacks because of Kavanagh that's why she was apparently remember afraid of flying because she was claustrophobic because of Brad Kavanagh. And so the Senator Dianne Feinstein had asked pointblank quoted on record is the reason for the second door front door is cost her phobia. Correct. She replied, she never actually specified require investigations notes when the renovation took place. So it gave everybody the impression that that it in the therapy session happened around the same time, but documents reveal the door was installed years before as part of. Edition and has been used by renters and marriage counseling business. An attorney familiar with the investigation and the renovation says quote the door was not an escape route. But an entrance route it appears the real plan for the second front door was to rent out a separate room. Now, we're clear politics real clear investigations notes that the discrepancy raises doubts as to whether or not Ford's credibility and other inconsistencies and all of that whether or not that all comes into play. Because remember she initially refused to submit to an interview with the committee because she was afraid of flying. Then investigators stylish that she has taken a number of flights back now for those of individuals who say well, yeah when I take flights. I get over it really easily. That's irrelevant and you're being deliberately stupid. She was her claim was that she was so terrified of flying that she couldn't fly period. Not that you just get over it, and you take some valium or you get over, and you take whatever you take to get over, you know, your anxiety about flying. I don't know. She was saying that she didn't fly that's the big difference. So those people with that specious argument shut up. And she after all the remodeling, including the new bathroom was completed notes real clear investigations by February twenty twenty the only additional permits issued to her were for solar panels on the roof, a solar hot water system and an electric vehicle charge station for the driveway. And that was all it should after twenty twelve and other documents, including healthcare provider registration records reveal that a marriage counselor listed her home addresses her place of employment, and they use the extra. They used the extra room in the door for the clinical practice. So. Since the second front door was installed that has been used by the entrance as an entrance by students from local colleges who've lived in the additional room for Google interns for the business at cetera. And the attorney says the tenants call into question her claims as to why she extra installed the door. I mean, they have been clearly it was there for business purposes. So that you wouldn't walk to her house, and you would just go into the edition through that door. So I it just doesn't just doesn't make sense. And they said that property records show that foreign her husband bought the bought this bought the beach house then. Two thousand and seven this is. Because she they purchased. They have a second home. And right on the beach must be nice. They have a second home where real clearer investigation says they installed no such escape door. They're five blocks from the beach. They installed. No such second door, and she even apply for permits to build a front porch. New decks at the home, and there was no application for a second front door. And the reason permits are the only ones apply for since two thousand seven. No other evidence emerged of other exterior door construction. At either of her homes authorized or not. And the one of the this attorney who's familiar with it who spoke on the condition of anonymity said if she runs out the room to Google employees. How does she get access to the second door to escape perceived attacker renting out the room is completely contrary to her stated reason as to why she wanted a second front door. So interesting. Now, here's the other thing. A Senate Judiciary spokeswoman said Ford, lawyers again, they've never provided the therapists notes or the name of the committee. The committee chairman they gave it to the Democrats on the committee. But they refused to share it with the Republicans on the committee and Democrats would not will not share the therapist's notes. They won't share them. And remember how they weren't even going to share anything with the polygraph. They still wouldn't share the questions as it relates to the polygraph, which is incredibly important to be able to establish that because cavenaugh wasn't named in any of it. So this back and forth. Changing. There's a really good piece, by the way up by Margo Cleveland USA today on this. I know. This was a listen to this does I thought this was great. When Christine blazey Ford testified last week before the judiciary committee America witnessed a haunted woman. Recounting a devastating trauma, but putting aside for emotional performance in focusing instead on the professors testimony reveals numerous inconsistencies in her narrative that supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexually assaulted her as sex crimes prosecutor a questioner, Rachel Mitchell. She's well, she's position to know. What when she sees it. But rather than see Ford is a victim of sexual abuse by Cavanaugh Mitchell saw her as a witness lacking in credibility. And this conclusion comes from an expert who knows that. There are reasons. Many reasons victims delay reporting sexual abuse Mitchell also recognize that victims may not may legitimately. Not remember certain details related to an attack. But the problem for four does that she doesn't remember everything that everything she remembers changes of her convenience Ford's testimony that the assault occurred in the summer of nineteen eighty two when she was just fifteen conflicted with both her therapist's notes and the text messages, she sent to the Washington Post, according to reporter, Emma Brown at wall. Plo Ford claim she'd been assaulted in the mid eighties and the therapists notes dated Ford had been the victim of an attempted rape in her late teens, but by that time Cavanaugh was attending Yale so forth recasting of the attack to the summer of nineteen eighty two is suspect. She retold the the alleged sexual assault in in several conflicting accounts and the number of individual like as to the number of individuals at the gathering. The therapists notes stated that four boys had attempted to rape her. And then our therapists confused, the number of boy, she says Ford claims her therapist was confused, which by the way, if the therapist is confused how in the hell can you trust the therapist number one on a detail like that? She there was another change wherein. She testified about the location, and that's when there was a big discussion with Mitchell, she said it was right by the country club. And the Mitchell revealed the map, and it was about she said the country club was twenty minutes, a twenty minute drive from your home. She changed the description of the layout of the home. She changed where the where the where everyone was the notes did not name her attacker and the final three contradictions that she has in there. It's it's she altered her story only after cavenaugh and Senate investigators had obtained evidence to disprove her original tale, for instance, USA today notes investigators had obtained statements from Cavanaugh and the two men and one female lifelong affords, and they all denied any recollection of the gathering. I mean, it goes on and on and on. It's it's inconsistent. That doesn't really jive with credibility. Well, I got my I got my presidential alert. You get yours came. Get their presidential alerts. Yeah. Everyone is putting a anywhere. Everybody's got their ever everybody. He got everybody has their presidential alert. And they're all gonna kick get ready for the screen shots of everybody's fallen. It's gonna hit Instagram and Twitter guys. You know, that's coming. You know, that's coming. We've got a lot to get into still on the way we got quick five. We got today. We got Florida man as well. Selectblinds is can get your home ready for this fall. 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13:07 min | 2 years ago

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"And then ultimately. Whether he's innocent or guilty. This is not a trial. But ultimately. Has enough questions being raised then we should not move onto another candidate. And that long list put together by the Heritage Foundation. And the federalist society move onto another candidate. Because ultimately, the supreme court is not an entitlement now. Now. Thanks bye. We're gonna we're gonna he's gonna get confirmed. What's going to happen? Helluva could happen. It's going to happen this week who knows? I could very much happened this week one of the by the way, welcome to the show. Second hour. I'm Dana lash out on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook, all Mitch McConnell has to do with this particular point is to open debate. And if they're going to I mean, if it's going to if it's going to take place soon, he's got I mean, he's going to be putting he's going to be putting that kicking into gear. He's got to you're gonna have your. He's gonna file cloture which means that's going to. You're going to trigger a procedural vote Friday. So he would have to start moving today. I think if that's what the calendar is going to be. Whenever I hear this talking point. Well, it's not a core isn't a criminal trial. I feel like Democrats are showing our cards. They're admitting that well, we don't have to bring any evidence. Yeah. That's what they're saying. Okay. Well, then we don't have to listen to you. And he's going to get confirmed. You're right. It's not a trial, which is why he's going to be confirmed Kirsten gillibrand has base and Cory Booker all of them have the same talking points. She said that she was she was the one who was saying that the quote was the presumption of innocent until proven guilty. She said it was irrelevant because the Senate confirmation isn't a criminal trial. She said, well, she said he's they say he's entitled to due process. And what about his presumption of innocent until proven guilty? She says those are standards for a trial, those are standards. I in criminal Justice. We're not having a trial. This isn't a court. He's not entitled to those. Okay. Well, and you know, what then you're not entitled, and and then then it's you could say that people aren't entitled to believe or the people coming forward to accuse them without other aren't entitled to be believed. That's how that works. Oh, it's not a trial. Okay. Well, he's gonna get confirmed. Anyway. What a stupid thing to walk into. Why would you do that? Why would you say that? That's how you handle that situation. Right there. That's just silly. I want to touch on really quickly. This situation with the door because I told you earlier about how Dr Ford Christine Wasi Ford. She was she's some are wondering whether or not she's perjured herself. Because she testified she was specifically asked by Rachel Mitchell as to whether or not she ever gave anyone tips or coached anyone through a polygraph, and my very good friend. Dr Helen Smith who is a well respected psychologist in forensic issues. And she's shape blasted saying what what kind of psychologist doesn't understand anything about a polygraph. She's like the entire field has written dreams on it. And they you know, they they think that they're completely unreliable. But to that point she didn't buy that, Dr blazey Ford or Christine blazey Ford was unaware of it and didn't know how to do it, especially when the ex-boyfriend submits his testimony written testimony under penalty of felony to the Senate Judiciary committee, alleging that Ford coached a friend on how to get through a. Polygraph test. And that he he personally witnessed at any also accused a credit card fraud. So I that I would think needs to be investigated. Here's the other thing that really is fascinating to me. So. Her her story keeps changing. And it and it changed. It changed on the number of people at the party. It changed to why she got a door another door in the house. It changed about the fear flying. Remember, it was Blumenthal who lied about serving in Vietnam. Who had the audacity to say one line means that there's bigger lies, essentially. So she I mean, she actually in her opening remarks, and I'm not gonna play it. Because the rather long she talked about why she needed a second door because she didn't want to feel like she was trapped. And so she wanted to front doors, but real clear investigations, which is they did a fantastic job of of looking into this. They found the renovation records. And they completely dispute her account. Real clear investigation says that real estate and other records undercut a key part of Christine blazey rewards account. As to why she finally came forward with charges of attempted rape against surpreme court nominee Abrek having offer some thirty years. She testified last week. She never revealed the details of the attack until twenty twelve she said the memories percolated up as they revisited a disagreement that they had had over her insistence on installing a second front door when they remodeled their home in Palo Alto, California. She had testified that her husband didn't understand. And she wanted the door to alleviate symptoms of claustrophobia and panic attacks because of Kevin that's why she was apparently remember afraid of flying because she was cost phobic because of Brad Kavanagh. And so the Senator Dianne Feinstein had asked her point blank quoted on record is the reason for the second door front door is claustrophobia. Correct. She replied, she never actually specified real clear investigations notes when the renovation took place. So it gave everybody the impression that that it in the therapy session happened around the same time, but documents reveal the door was installed years before as part of an edition and has been used by renters marriage. Counseling business. An attorney familiar with the investigation and the renovation says the door was not an escape route. But an entrance route it appears the real plan for the second front door was to rent out a separate room now real clear politics, real clear investigations notes that the discrepancy raises doubts as to whether or not Ford's credibility and other inconsistencies and all of that whether or not that all comes into play. Because remember she initially refused to submit to an interview with the committee because she was afraid of flying then investigators establish that she has taken a number of flights back now for those of individuals who say well, yeah when I take flights. I get over it really easily that's irrelevant and you're being deliberately stupid. She was her was that she was so terrified of flying that she couldn't fly period. Not that you just get over it, and you take some valium or you get over, and you take whatever you take to get over, you know, your anxiety about flying. I don't know she was saying that she didn't fly that's the big difference. So those. People with that specious argument shut up and she after all the remodeling, including the new bathroom was completed notes real clear investigations by February twenty twenty the only additional permits issued to her were for solar panels on the roof solar hot water system and an electric vehicle charge station for the driveway that was all issued after twenty twelve and other documents, including healthcare provider registration records reveal that a marriage counselor listed her home address place of employment, and they use the extra. They used extra room and the door for the clinical practice. So the since the second front door was installed that has been used by the entrance as an entrance by students from local colleges who've lived in the additional room for Google interns for the business, etc. And the attorney says the tenants call into question her claims as to why she she's extra installed the door. I mean, they I mean, clearly it was there for business purposes. So that you wouldn't walk through her house, and you would just go into the addition through that door. So I it just doesn't just doesn't make sense. And they said that property records show that four and her husband bought the bought this bought the beach house in two thousand and seven this is. Because she they purchased. They have a second home. And right on the beach must be nice. They have a second home where real clear investigation says they installed no such escape door. There five blocks from the beach. They installed no such second door, and she even applied for permits to build a front porch and new decks that the home. And there was no application for a second front door. And the recent permits are the only ones apply for since two thousand seven. No other evidence emerged of other exterior door construction. At either of her homes authorized or not. And the one of the this attorney who's familiar with it who spoke on the condition of anonymity said if she runs out the room to Google employees. How does she get access to the second door to escape a perceived attacker renting out the room is completely contrary to her stated reason as to why she wanted a second front door. So interesting. Now, here's the other thing. A Senate Judiciary spokeswoman said fourth warriors. They again, they've never provided the therapists notes or the name of the committee the committee chairman, they gave it to the Democrats on the committee. But they refused to share it with the Republicans on the committee and Democrats would not will not share the therapists notes. They won't share them. And remember how they weren't even going to share anything with the polygraph. They still wouldn't share the questions as it relates to the polygraph, which is incredibly important to be able to establish that because Cavanaugh wasn't named any of it. So this back and forth. Changing. There's a really good piece, by the way up by Margo Cleveland USA today on this. I know. Listen to this. 'cause I thought this is great. When Christine blazey Ford, testified before the judiciary committee America witnessed haunted woman. Recounting a devastating trauma but put interstate Ford's emotional performance and focusing instead on the professors testimony reveals numerous inconsistencies in her narrative that supreme court nominee Abrek having sexually assaulted her as sex crimes prosecutor a questioner, Rachel Mitchell. She's well, she's position to know it when she sees it. But rather than see Ford is a victim of sexual abuse by Cavanaugh Mitchell saw her as a witness lacking in credibility. And this conclusion comes from an expert who knows that. There are reasons. Many reasons victims delay reporting sexual abuse Mitchell, also recognized that victims may not may legitimately. Not remember certain details related to an attack. But the problem for four does that she doesn't remember everything. It's that everything she remembers changes at her convenience Ford's testimony that the assault occurred in the summer of nineteen eighty two when she was just fifteen conflicted with both her therapist's notes and the text messages she sent to the Washington Post, according to reporter Emma Brown at Walpole Ford claims she had been assaulted in the mid eighties. And the therapists notes stated Ford had been the victim of an attempted rape and her late teens. But by that time Cavanaugh was attending Yale supports recasting of the attack to the summer of nineteen eighty two is suspect. She retold the the alleged sexual assault in in several conflicting accounts and the number of individual like as to the number of individuals at the gathering, the therapists notes skated four boys had attempted to rape her. And then her therapist confused. A number of boy, she says Ford claims are therapists was confused, which by the way, if the therapist is confused how and how can you trust the therapist number one on detail like that? She there was another change wherein. She testified about the location, and that's when there was a big discussion with Mitchell, she said it was right by the country club. And the Mitchell revealed the map, and it was about she said the country club was twenty minutes, a twenty minute drive from your home. She changed the description of the layout of the home. She changed where the where the where everyone was. The notes did not name her attacker and the final three contradictions that she has in there. It's it's she altered her story only after Cavanaugh and Senate investigators had obtained evidence to disprove her original tale, for instance, USA today notes investigators had obtained statements from cavenaugh and the two men and one female lifelong friend affords, and they all denied any recollection of the gathering. I mean, it goes on and on and on. It's it's inconsistent. That doesn't really jive with credibility. Well, I got my I got my presidential alert. Did you get yours came every their presidential alerts? Yeah. Everyone is putting out. Yeah. Anyway, everybody's got their everybody. He got everybody has their presidential alert. And they're all gonna kick get ready for the screen shots of everybody's found. It's gonna hit Instagram Twitter guys. You know, that's coming. That's coming. We've got a lot to get into still on the way. We got we got today. We got Florida man as well. 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13:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Onto another candidate. Because ultimately, the supreme court is not an entitlement. Nope. No, thanks bye. We're gonna we're gonna he's gonna get confirmed. The it's going to happen. Hell of oh could happen. It's gonna happen this week who knows? I could very much happened this week one of the by the way, welcome to the show. Second hour. I'm Dana lash out. They lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook, all Mitch McConnell has to do with this particular point is to open debate. And if they're going to. I mean, if it's going to if it's going to take place soon, he's got a he's going to be putting he's going to be putting that kicking that into gear. He's got to you're gonna have. You're gonna file cloture which means that's going to. You're gonna trigger a procedural vote Friday. So he would have to start moving today. I think if that's what the calendar is going to be. Whenever I hear this talking point. Well, it's not a core. This isn't a criminal trial. I feel like Democrats are showing their cards. They're admitting that well, we don't have to bring any evidence. Yeah. That's what they're saying. Okay. Well, then we don't have to listen to you. And he's going to get confirmed. You're right. It's not a trial, which is why he's going to be confirmed Kirsten gillibrand has and and Cory Booker all of them had the same talking points. She said that she was she was the one who was saying that the present her quote was the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. She said it was a relevant because the Senate confirmation isn't a criminal trial. She said, well, she said he's they say he's entitled to due process. And what about his presumption of innocent until proven guilty? She says, those are standards for trial, those are standards. I in criminal Justice. We're not having a trial. This isn't a court. He's not entitled to those. Okay. Well, and you know, what then you're not entitled. And then then it's you could say that people aren't entitled to believe or the the people coming forward to accuse him without evidence aren't entitled to be believed. That's how that works. Oh, it's not a trial. Okay. Well, he's gonna get confirmed. Anyway, they're just I mean, what a stupid thing to walk into. Why would you do that? Why would you say that? That's I mean, this is how you handle that situation right there. It's a silly. I wanna touch on really quickly. This situation with the door because I told you earlier about how Dr Ford Christine Blasi Ford. She was she's what some are wondering whether or not she's perjured herself. Because she testified she was specifically asked by Rachel Mitchell as to whether or not she ever gave anyone tips or coached anyone three polygraph in my very good friend, Dr Helen Smith who is a well respected psychologist in forensic issues. And she's shape blasted that saying what the what kind of psychologist doesn't understand anything about a polygraph. She's gets the entire field has written a range on it. And they you know, they they think that they're completely unreliable. But to that point she didn't by Dr blazey Ford or Christine blazey Ford was unaware of it and didn't know how to do it, especially when the ex-boyfriend submits his testimony written testimony under penalty of felony to the Senate Judiciary committee, alleging that Ford coached. A friend on how to get through a polygraph test. And that he he personally witnessed it and he also accused her a credit card fraud. So I I would think needs to be investigated. Here's the other thing that really is fascinating to me. So her her story keeps changing. And it and it changed. It changed on the number of people at the party, it changed as to why she got a door another door in the house. It changed about the fear of flying. Remember, it was Blumenthal who lied about serving in Vietnam. Who had the audacity to say one line means that there's bigger lies, essentially. So she I mean, she actually in her opening remarks, and I'm not gonna play it. Because the rather long she talked about why she needed a second door because she didn't want to feel like she was trapped. And so she wanted to front doors, but real clear investigations, which is they did a fantastic job of of looking into this. They found the renovation records. And they completely dispute her account. Real clear investigation says that real estate and other records undercut a key part of Christine blazey Ford's account as to why she finally came forward with charges of attempted rape against supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh after some thirty years. She testified last week. She never revealed the details of the attack until two thousand twelve she said the memories percolated up as they revisited a disagreement that they had had over her insistence on installing a second front door when they remodeled their home in Palo Alto, California. She had testified that her husband didn't understand. And she wanted the door to alleviate symptoms of claustrophobia and panic attacks because of cavenaugh that's why she was apparently remember Fred of flying because she was claustrophobic because of Brad Kavanagh. And so the Senator Dianne Feinstein had asked her point blank quoted on record is the reason for the second door front door is claustrophobia. Correct. She replied, she never actually specified real clear investigations notes when the renovation took place. So it gave everybody the impression that that it and the therapy session happened around the same time, but documents reveal the door was installed years before as part of an. Addition and has been used by renters and marriage counseling business. An attorney familiar with the investigation and the renovation says quote the door was not an escape route. But an entrance route it appears the real plan for the second front door was to rent out a separate room. Now, we're clear politics real clear investigations notes that the discrepancy raises doubts as to whether or not Ford's credibility and other inconsistencies and all of that whether or not that all comes into play. Because remember she initially refused to submit to an interview with the committee because she was afraid of flying. Then investigators established that she has taken a number of flights back now for those individuals who say we are what I take flights. I get over it really easily that's relevant and you're being deliberately stupid. She was her claim was that she was so terrified of flying that she couldn't fly period. Not that you just get over it, and you take some valium or you get over, and you take whatever you take to get over, you know, your anxiety about. Flying. I don't know. She was saying that she didn't fly that the big difference. So those people with that specious argument shut up. And she after all the remodeling, including the new bathroom was completed notes real clear investigations by February twenty twenty the only additional permits issued to her were for solar panels on the roof solar hot water system and an electric vehicle charge station for the driveway was all issued after two thousand twelve and other documents, including healthcare provider registration records reveal that a marriage counselor listed her home addresses her place of employment, and they use the extra. They used the extra room and the door for the clinical practice. So the since the second front door was installed that has been used by the entrance as an entrance by. Students from local colleges who've lived in the additional room for Google interns for the business it cetera. And the attorney says the tenants call into question her claims as to why she is extra installed the door. I mean, they I mean, clearly it was there for business purposes. So that you wouldn't walk to her house, and you would just go into the addition through that door. So I it just doesn't just doesn't make sense. And they said that property records show that word and her husband bought the bought this bought the beach house then. Two thousand and seven this is. Because she they purchased. They have a second home. And right on the beach must be nice. They have a second home where real clear investigation says they installed no such escape door. They're five blocks from the beach. They installed. No such second door, and she even applied for permits to build a front porch and new decks that the home and there was no application for a second front door. And the recent permits are the only ones apply for since two thousand seven. No other evidence emerged of other exterior door construction. At either of her homes authorized or not. And the one of the this attorney he's familiar with it who spoke on the condition of anonymity said if she runs out the room to Google employees. How does she get access to the second door to escape a perceived attacker renting out the room is completely contrary to her stated reason as to why she wanted a second front door. So interesting. Now, here's the other thing. A Senate Judiciary spokeswoman said Ford's warriors again, they've never provided the therapists notes or the name of the committee. The committee chairman they gave it to the Democrats on the committee. But they refused to share it with the Republicans on the committee and Democrats would not will not share the therapists notes. They won't share them. And remember how they weren't even going to share anything with the polygraph. They still wouldn't share the questions as it relates to the polygraph, which is incredibly important to be able to establish that because cavenaugh wasn't named in any of it. So this back and forth. Changing. There's a really good piece, by the way up by Margo Cleveland USA today on this. I know. This was listen to this. Because I thought this is great. When Christine blazey Ford testified last week before the judiciary committee America witnessed haunted woman. Recounting a devastating trauma, but putting aside Ford's emotional performance and focusing instead on the professors testimony reveals numerous inconsistencies in her narrative that supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexually assaulted her as sex crimes prosecutor a questioner, Rachel Mitchell. She's well, she's position to know it when she sees it. But rather than see Ford is a victim of sexual abuse by Cavanaugh Mitchell saw her as a witness lacking in credibility. And this conclusion comes from an expert who knows that. There are reasons. Many reasons victims delay reporting sexual abuse Mitchell, also recognized that victims may not may legitimately. Not remember certain details related to an attack. But the problem for Ford is that she doesn't remember everything. It's that everything she remembers changes at her convenience Ford's testimony that the assault occurred in the summer of nineteen eighty two when she was just fifteen conflicted with both her therapist's notes and the text messages she sent to the Washington Post, according to reporter, Emma Brown at walk. Pahoa. Ford claims she had been assaulted in the mid eighties. And the therapists notes stated Ford had been the victim of an attempted rape and her late teens. But by that time Cavanaugh was attending Yale supports recasting of the attack to the summer of nineteen. Eighty two is suspect she will the alleged sexual assault in in several conflicting accounts and the number of individual like as to the number of individuals at the gathering. The therapists notes stated that four boys at attempted to rape her. And then our therapists confused, the number of boy, she says Ford claims her therapist was confused, which by the way, if the therapist is confused how the how can you trust the therapist number one on detail like that? She there was another change wherein. She testified about the location, and that's when there was a big discussion with Mitchell, she said it was right by the country club. And the Mitchell revealed the map, and it was about she said the country club was twenty minutes at twenty minute drive from your home. She changed the description of the layout of the home. She changed where the where the where everyone was. The notes did not name her attacker and the final three contradictions that she has in there. It's it's she altered her story only after Cavanaugh and Senate investigators had obtained evidence to disprove her original tale, for instance, USA today notes investigators had obtained statements from Cavanaugh and the two men and one female lifelong affords, and they all denied any recollection of the gathering. I mean, it goes on and on and on. It's it's inconsistent. That doesn't really jive with credibility. Well, I got my I got my presidential alert. Did you get yours came? Presidential alert. Yeah. Everyone is putting anywhere. Everybody's got their everybody. He got everybody has their presidential alert. And they're all gonna get ready for the screen shots of everybody's found. It's gonna hit Instagram and Twitter guys. You know, that's coming. You know, that's coming. We've got a lot to get into still on the way we got quick five. We got today. We got Florida man as well. Selectblinds is can get your home ready for this fall. 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14:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Ever had discussions with anyone beside your attorneys on how to take a polygraph? Never. And I don't just mean countermeasures. But I mean, just any sort of tips or anything like that. No. Scared of the test itself, but was comfortable of it. I could tell the information and the tests would reveal whatever it was going to reveal. I didn't expect it to be as long as it was going to be. So is a little bit stressful. Have you ever given tips or advice to somebody who is looking to take a polygraph test? Never. Let's see when when Rachel Mitchell asked that question that stuck out to me because that's oddly specific question to ask somebody. That's very odd to me. And so Rachel Mitchell who I she's has impeccable credentials, and you're supposed to believe all women except when they're Rachel Mitchell. I thought that was so odd that she asked that and that always stuck in the back of my head. And I even remember when we came back. The first show that we had after the testimony. And I said something briefly about it. But I thought oh, maybe she's just covering all of her bases. It's just so weird that she would have asked that. But is it is it weird though? I mean, the woman's because Dr four she's a doctor. I just thought it was and I want to delve into that. Because that's now a huge thing. Welcome to the show. I'm Dana lash lash on Twitter official dental ash on Facebook and. Let me just let me just I'm going to go back to pull this up. And I'd like to try to get her on everybody knows independent, right? Everybody knows Glenn Reynolds. Everyone should also know blends wife who is a psychologist. Dr. Helen, I mean, she's written books about it. And. She actually she's a psychiatrist excuse me. She has been wondering and she wondered aloud she wrote their son after the testimony. She was one of the first to pick this up. Dr. Helen was. And she wrote about it at the time. And she said as I watched Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. And I'll just have, you know, Dr Helen's a highly respected. In in her field. She says as I watched Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. I noticed how nervous Ford was. And how little she knows about a polygraph. The woman is a psychologist and knows nothing about a polygraph. She said that a machine was placed near her with a wires and acted very naive about what it does. And what to expect what PHD knows nothing about polygraphs? The American psychological association has been writing about them for years and many psychologists don't believe in their use. So why is she? So in the dark about them is this to make herself seemed childlike and innocent or she that naive and uninformed. Now that is what Dr Helen wrote Dr Helen Smith, she calls herself Dr Helen, but Dr Helen Smith, I actually it's not psychiatry. She's a she's a psychologist and she her her specialties forensic issue. She's based in Knoxville, Tennessee, Tennessee. Highly respected in her field. And quite well known. I might add. She. She was she. And she she mentioned it again. This was this was this morning. Because the story came out and let me just let me just catch you up here. And this is going to add to it. There's I know there's a lot of moving pieces, and I wanna make sure present them in the correct order because by the way now there's three more developments in this case in two more, quote, unquote accusers. So we're I know I know just we're going to get into it. And then when Sarah Huckabee Sanders comes to the podium to take questions, I think, I'm I am literally made of interest. So I'm going to take that. So Fox News is John Roberts. Got a letter from Christine Blasi Ford's ex-boyfriend. It is a doozy. I read it last night. It is an absolute doozy. Let me just let me just share the letter with you. It's one page. It's really short only a few graphs. He his name is redacted, and I can imagine why. But he says I I met Dr Ford and nine hundred ninety eight or ninety in California. He says she never brought up anything regarding her experience as a victim of sexual assault harassment or misconduct. She never mentioned Brad Kavanagh during the time that we were dating. He said she lived with her lifelong best friend, Mr. MRs, MS, Monica McLean. And he said that as I was my understanding that MacLean was interviewing for jobs with the FBI nearest attorney's office. I witnessed doctor for help McLean. Prepare for a potential polygraph exam. Dr Ford explained in detail what to expect how polygraphs work and help McLean. Become familiar and less nervous about the exam. Dr Ford was able to help because of her background in psychology. He also detail that they live together. They would she moved to Hawaii around nine ninety eight and he said when visiting her and Hawaii we traveled around the islands and a propeller plane, she never indicated a fear flying. She never expressed a fear of close quarters tight spaces or places. With only one exit. And he I mean it is a doozy. Of a letter. An apparently also they're involved credit card fraud, he said because when he ended their relationship he discovered that she was he discovered she was unfaithful while they lived in Hawaii after he broke up with her. He says I took off I took her off the credit card we shared, but nearly one year later, I notice she'd been charging the card and charged about six hundred dollars worth of merchandise. When confronted she said, she did not use the car but admitted to the use after I threatened to involve fraud prevention, he said, he says, I don't want to become involved in the process, but wanted to be truthful about what I know. Well, dang. In addition. And we're going to go to this press briefing here in a moment. In addition. This is it also came out yesterday. And this is the Palo Alto building permits. Apparently, she was inconsistent. Well, according to people familiar with the matter and a lawyer who analyze the situation, they say she outright lied. They said that the second door remember how she said that apparently the second door came up, and they went to marriage there. Apparently the second door happened way before they ever went to marriage therapy. And additionally, it was the second door was added. Because there was she was running a business out of her house. And she wanted a place for customers to enter separately. And it was a rental space for Airbnb, etc. It had apparently nothing to do with her fear of spaces in close spaces. It was because I mean, at least that's what all the record show. Show. Now back to the polygraph. I think that. I actually think Republicans should pursue this. Because if she lied under oath. I think she ought to be charged. And this boyfriend says she lied under oath. I mean, you heard Rachel Mitchell. And I'm really curious as to how Rachel Mitchell. She misses nothing, which is why the left hates her the left hates nothing more nothing more than they hate more than an informed woman. And she asked her direct question was have you ever given tips or advice to someone who is looking to take a polygraph test and Ford said never. Well. They ought to interview the friend, and they ought to interview the ex-boyfriend request, Dr Ford about it. Because I think that that's a perjury case. If she lied under oath. Don't you think that's? Important. It's an important detail. She's she's a psychologist. And my friend, Dr Helen is a psychologist, and she said the second they've written reams about it. So. The letter, by the way. That was sent by the ex boyfriend that it was dated October second to September twenty seven was the testimony. How did the I'm just really curious did Mitchell? No of this allegation. Did she know this information when she was questioning them? Because of this data if the letter was dated October second September twenty seventh was when Mitchell questioned. That's why I said it was an oddly specific very oddly specific question. And whenever you get specific questions like that. In many instances. It's not because the personality and the question is looking to find out more information. It's usually because the person asking the question is looking to see if you're going to be truthful about the information that's already known. And so I am fascinating. I'm fascinated about all this and his cane, Ed, I mean, I think you bring up a good point to maybe she knew in terms of she being Rachel Mitchell. Maybe she knew that. Psychologist not that so much that they're trained in it. But that they're familiar with it because they're field by and large hates it. I mean because now it starts to make sense. I thought it was oddly specific I'm like where did that come from? I mean, if she she's acting like she had no idea about a polygraph. Why would you even ask? I mean, that's what my line of thinking was. And I actually thought why would you ask her that? I thought that and it stayed on my mind, and when I was talking about some of the weird things that happened when Mitchell was asking for, but I was focused on the flying, and I was focused on as well her changing, the number of people that were at the party, and, you know, their names cetera et cetera. But I mentioned that but it didn't stick out to me as much as the other ones. But I think this actually now is it's the largest one because it was a specific question. Do you think Mitchell new do you think she was aware that she just knows this issue? So well, she just inadvertently hit on it. Yeah. I think the the ladder is probably more true. I find this fascinating. It really is. And I think that when she made the testimony. Excuse me. She was pretty emphatic about it. And it was it was one of the situations where Mitchell knowing her background probably knew she was somewhat familiar with the polygraph situation. And probably just asked that question, as you know, one of the maybe it's a standard question because she has a history of sexual abuse. And in those instances where polygraphs are used to help people come forward. You know, what I mean with with their claims, but it's hard to believe she knew this. We're yeah, it's super weird. So that's that's the that's the one big thing. So here are the other developments that we have. I do think I think that it's not begging the question. To ask if she committed perjury. I want to discuss the second door because apparently that was for renters. And that would I mean, if she said that the second door was for something other than what it was four wouldn't that be perjury? Also. Also, the let me put this up. I got more stuff. There are. To several people. Everyone wants to talk now. And. They said that Chris coons has a guy who wrote him tad low. I'm sorry. But I. I just can I just say something I saw commercial yesterday where the guy's name in the commercial was dick strawbridge. And I thought if ever there was going to be a made up name. It's dick strawbridge so tad low tad low. You think I'm just saying he said he was an undergraduate when Cavanaugh was in New Haven, and that he says I was an eyewitness to a shocking ceremony taking place inside the decay. E fraternity house and involved cheering frat brothers watching a a prostitute, essentially. And he says I can't say for certain that judge Cavanaugh was present. But he was at Yale during that time. Okay. And what in the hell, and then Senator coons publicizes this and acts as though well look at this. They don't even know. He'd literally said I can't I don't know that he was there. But you know, he was at Yale. Wow. Good heavens since one of the stupidest things I've ever heard. Oh, and then Michael Evans new accuser says that Brad Kavanagh put loads and Panch, and I'm like that's not how quite lose work. I don't even know anything about quails. But I know they're in pill form, right? I think you would notice that they're floating in the punt. When you you'd be like, what are these pills here for Susan fruit? I don't so we're going to discuss that as well. And then we also we all are also going to take portions of the White House press or the the press conference John Bolton now is talking about the decision to pull the United States that of the Iran treaty. But also, you know, Sarah, Huckabee Sanders is going to be taking questions on cavenaugh, and we will roll with that when when it takes place, so as we get rocking on we have quick five on the way, we have a lot of stuff what a lot of ground to cover today as well as we get rocking. Superbeets is going to help you with all day energy. 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11:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ninety six point five. Have you ever had discussions with anyone? Besides your charges on how to take a polygraph. Never. And I don't just mean countermeasures. But I mean, just any sort of tips or anything like that. No, I was scared of the test itself, but was comfortable that I could tell the information and the tests would reveal whatever it was going to reveal. I didn't expect it to be as long as it was going to be. So is a little bit stressful. Have you ever given tips or advice to somebody who is looking to take a polygraph test? Never. See when when Rachel Mitchell asked that question that stuck out to me because I thought that's oddly specific question to ask somebody. That's very odd to me. And so Rachel Mitchell who I she's has impeccable credentials, and you're supposed to believe all women, except when you know, they're Rachel Mitchell. I thought it was so odd that she asked that always stuck in the back of my head. And I even remember when we came back. The first show that we had after the testimony. I said something briefly about it. But I thought oh, maybe she's just covering all of her bases. It's just so weird that she would have asked that. But is it is it weird though? I mean, the woman's slow four she's a doctor. I just thought it was a and I want to delve into that. Because that's now a huge thing. Welcome to the Sean dental Hachette dash on Twitter official dental ash on Facebook. And let me just let me just I'm going to go back to pull this up. And I'd like to try to get her on. Everybody knows. Everybody knows Glenn Reynolds. Everyone should also blends wife who is a psychologist. Dr. Helen, I mean, she's written books about it. And. She actually she's a psychiatrist seasoning. She has been wondering and she wondered aloud she were at their son after the testimony. She was one of the first to pick this up. Dr. Helen was. And she wrote about it at the time. And she said as I watched Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. And I'll just have you know, Dr Helen's a highly respected in her field. She says as I watched Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. I noticed how nervous Ford was. And how little she knows about a polygraph. The woman is a psychologist and knows nothing about a polygraph. She said that a machine was placed near her with a wires and acted very naive about what it does. And what to expect what PHD psychologist knows nothing about polygraphs? The American psychological association has been writing about them for years and many psychologists don't believe in their use. So why is she? So in the dark about them is this to make herself seem childlike and innocent or she that naive and uninformed. Now that is what Dr Helen wrote Dr Helen Smith, she calls herself Dr Helen, but Dr Helen Smith, I actually it's not psychiatry. She's a she's a psychologist and she her her specialties forensic issue. She's based in Knoxville. Tennessee highly respected in her field. And quite well known. I might add she. She was she. And she she mentioned it again. This was this was this morning. Because the story came out and let me just let me just catch up here. And this is going to add to it. There's I know there's a lot of moving pieces, and I wanna make sure present them in the correct order because by the way now there's three more developments in this case in two more, quote, unquote accusers. So we're I know I know just we're gonna get into it. And then when Sarah Huckabee Sanders comes to the podium to take questions, I think, I'm I am literally made of interest. So I'm going to take that. So Fox News John Roberts. Got a letter from Christine Blasi Ford's ex-boyfriend. It is a doozy. I read it last night. It is an absolute doozy. He let me just let me just share the letter with you. It's one page. It's really short only a few graphs. He his name is redacted, and I can imagine why. But he says I I met Dr Ford and nine hundred ninety eight or ninety in California. He says she never brought up anything regarding her experience as a victim of sexual assault harassment or misconduct. She never mentioned Brad Kavanagh during the time that we were dating. He said she lived with her lifelong best friend, Mr. MRs, MS monocle McLean. And he said that as I was my understanding that MacLean was interviewing for jobs with the FBI in the us attorney's office. I witnessed Dr Ford help clean prepare for a potential polygraph exam. Dr Ford explained in detail what to expect how polygraphs work and help McLean. Become familiar and less nervous about the exam. Dr Ford was able to help because of her background in psychology. He also detailed that they live together. They would she moved to Hawaii around nineteen ninety eight and he said when visiting her in Hawaii, we traveled around the islands a propeller plane, she never indicated if you're flying. She never express expressed a fear of close quarters tight spaces or places with only one exit. And he I mean, it is a doozy of a letter. And apparently also they're involved credit card fraud, he said because when he ended their relationship he discovered that she was he discovered she was unfaithful while they lived in Hawaii after he broke up with her. He says I took off I took her off the credit card we shared, but nearly one year later I noticed she had been charging the card and charged about six hundred dollars worth of merchandise. When confronted she said, she did not use the card but admitted to the use after I threatened to involve fraud prevention, he said, and he says, I don't want to become involved in this process. But wanted to be truthful about what I know. Well, dang. In addition. We're going to go to this press briefing here in a moment. In addition. This is it also came out yesterday. And this is the Palo Alto building permits. Apparently, she was inconsistent. Well, according to people familiar with the matter and a lawyer who analyze the situation, they say, she just outright lied. They said that the second door remember how she said that apparently the second door came up, and they went to marriage there. Apparently the second door happened way before they ever went to marriage therapy. And additionally, it was the second door was added. Because there was she was running a business out of her house. And she wanted a place for customers to enter separately. And it was a rental space for Airbnb etcetera. It had apparently nothing to do with her fear of spaces in close spaces. It was because I mean, at least that's what all the records show. Show. Now back to the polygraph. I think that. I actually think Republicans should pursue this. Because she lied under oath. I think she ought to be charged. And this boyfriend says she lied under oath. I mean, you heard Rachel Mitchell. And I'm really curious as to how Rachel Mitchell. She don't want to miss this nothing, which is why the left hates her. The left hates nothing more. There's nothing more than they hate more than an informed woman. And she asked mean, her direct question was have you ever given tips or advice to someone who is looking to take a polygraph test and Ford said never. Well. They to interview the friend, and they ought to interview the ex-boyfriend request, Dr Ford about it. Because I think that that's a perjury case. If she lied under oath. Don't you think that's important? It's an important detail. She's she's a psychologist. And my friend, Dr Helen is a psychologist, and she said this they've written reams about it. So. The letter, by the way. That was sent by the ex boyfriend that it was dated October. Second September twenty seventh was the testimony. How did the I'm just really curious did Mitchell? No of this allegation. Does. She know this information when she was questioning them. Because that this is data. It's the letter was dated October. Second September twenty seventh was when Mitchell questioned. That's why I said it was an oddly specific a very oddly specific question. And whenever you get out specific questions like that. In many instances. It's not because the person asking the question is looking to find out more information. It's usually because the person asking the question is looking to see if you're going to be truthful about the information that's already known. And so I am fascinating. I'm fascinated about all this and his cane, Ed, I mean, I think you bring up a good point to maybe she knew in terms of she being Rachel Mitchell. Maybe she knew that. Psychologist not that so much that they're trained in it. But that they're familiar with it because they're field by in large hates it. Because now it starts to make sense. I thought it was oddly specific I'm like where did that come from? I mean, she she's acting like she had no idea about a polygraph. Why would you even ask? I mean, that's what my line of thinking was. And I actually thought why would you ask her that? I thought that and it stayed on my mind, and when I was talking about some of the weird things that happened when Mitchell was asking Ford, but I was focused on the flying. And I was focused on as well her changing, the number of people that were at the party, and, you know, their names etcetera etcetera, but I mentioned that but it didn't stick out to me as much as the other ones. But I think this actually now is it's the largest one because it was the specific question. Do you think Mitchell new do you think she was aware that she just knows this issue? So well, she just inadvertently hit on it. Yeah. I think the the ladder is probably more true. I find this fascinating. It really is. And I think that when she made the testimony. Excuse me. She was pretty emphatic about it. And it was it was one of those situations where Mitchell knowing her background probably knew she was somewhat familiar with the polygraph situation. And probably just asked that question, as you know, one of the maybe it's a standard question because she has a history of sexual abuse. And in those instances where polygraphs are used to help people come forward. You know, what I mean with with their claims, but it is hard to believe she knew that weird. Yeah. It's super weird. So that's that's the that's the one big thing. So here are the other developments that we have. And I do think I think that it's not begging the question to ask. If she committed perjury. I want to discuss the second door because apparently that was for renters. And that would I mean, if she said that the second door was for something other than what it was four wouldn't that be perjury? Also. Also, the and they put this up. I got more stuff. There are..

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WINT 1330 AM

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Discussions with anyone? Besides your attorneys on how to take polygraph. Never. And I don't just mean countermeasures. But I mean, just any sort of tips or anything like that. Now. Scared of the test itself, but was comfortable that I could tell the information. Tests would reveal whatever it was going to reveal. I didn't expect it to be as long as it was going to be. So is a little bit stressful. Have you ever given tips or advice to somebody who is looking to take a polygraph test? Never. See when when Rachel Mitchell asked that question that stuck out to me because I thought that's oddly specific question to ask somebody that's very odd to me. And so Rachel Mitchell who I she's has impeccable credentials, and you're supposed to believe all women, except when you know, they're Rachel Mitchell. I thought that was so odd that she asked that in that always stuck in the back of my head. And I even remember when we came back. The first show that we had after the testimony. I said something briefly about it. But I thought it, oh, maybe she's just covering all of her bases. It's just so weird that she would have asked that. But is it is it weird though? I mean, the woman's soccer four, she's a doctor. I just thought I don't know. It was a and I want to delve into that. Because that's now a huge thing. Welcome to the show. I'm Dana lash out. They lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook and. Let me just let me just I'm going to go back to pull this up. And I'd like to try to get her on. Everybody knows insta- pundit. Right. Everybody knows Glenn Reynolds. Everyone should also no plans wife who is a psychologist. Dr. Helen, I mean, she's written books about it. And. She actually she's a psychiatrist excuse me. She has been wondering and she wondered aloud she wrote their son after the testimony. She was one of the first to pick this up. Dr. Helen was. And she wrote about it at the time. And she said as I watched Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. And I'll just have you know, Dr Helen's highly respected in in her field. She says as I watch Dr Ford be interviewed by Rachel Mitchell about the polygraph. I noticed how nervous Ford was. And how little she knows about a polygraph. The woman is the psychologist and knows nothing about a polygraph. She said that a machine was placed near her with wires and acted very naive about what it does. And what to expect? What PHD psychologists knows nothing about polygraphs? The American psychological association has been writing about them for years and many psychologists don't believe in their use. So why is she? So in the dark about them is this to make herself seem childlike and innocent or she that naive and uninformed. Now that is what Dr Helen wrote, Dr Helen Smith, she calls herself. Dr Helen Dr Helen Smith. I actually it's not psychiatry. She's a site. She's a psychologist and she. Hearst her specialties forensic issue? She's based in Knoxville, Tennessee, Tennessee. Highly respected in her field. And quite well known. I might add. She. She was she. And she she mentioned it again. This was this was this morning. Because the story came out and let me just let me just catch you up here. And this is going to add to it. There's I know there's a lot of moving pieces, and I wanna make sure I present them in the correct order because by the way now there's three more developments in this case in two more quote unquote accusers, so we're gonna I know I know just we're gonna get into it. And then when Sarah Huckabee Sanders comes to the podium to take questions, I think, I'm I am literally made of interest. So I'm going to take that. So Fox News is John Roberts. Got a letter from Christine Blasi Ford's ex-boyfriend. It is a doozy. I read it last night. It is an absolute doozy. He let me just let me just share the letter with you. It's one page. It's really short only a few graphs. He his name is redacted, and I can imagine why. But he says I I met Dr Ford and nine hundred ninety eight or ninety in California. He says she never brought up anything regarding her experience as a victim of sexual assault harassment or misconduct. She never mentioned Brad Kavanagh during the time that we were dating a he said she lived with her lifelong best friend, Mr. MRs, MS, Monica McLean. And he said that as I was my understanding that MacLean was interviewing for jobs with the FBI nearest attorney's office. I witnessed doctor for help McLean. Prepare for a potential polygraph exam. Dr Ford explained in detail what to expect how polygraphs worked and help McLean. Become familiar and less nervous about the exam. Dr Ford was able to help because of her background in psychology. He also detailed that they live together. They would she moved to Hawaii around nineteen ninety eight and he said when visiting her in Hawaii we traveled around the islands in a propeller plane, she never indicated if you're flying. She never expressed a fear of close quarters tight spaces or places. With only one exit and he I mean, it is a doozy of a letter. And apparently also there in of all credit card fraud, he said because when he ended their relationship he discovered that she was he discovered she was unfaithful while they lived in Hawaii after he broke up with her. He says I took off I took her off the credit card we shared, but nearly one year later I noticed she had been charging the card and charged about six hundred dollars worth of merchandise. When confronted she said, she did not use the card but admitted to the use after I threatened to involve fraud prevention, he said. He says I don't want to become involved in the process, but wanted to be truthful about what I know. Well, dang. In addition. We're going to go to this press briefing here in a moment. In addition. This is it also came out yesterday. And this is the Palo Alto building permits. Apparently, she was inconsistent. Well, according to people familiar with the matter and a lawyer who analyze the situation, they say she outright lied. They said that the second door remember how she said that apparently the second door came up, and they went to marriage there. Apparently the second door happened way before they ever went to marriage therapy. And additionally, it was the second door was added. Because there was she was running a business out of her house. And she wanted a place for customers to enter separately. And it was a rental space for Airbnb at cetera. It had apparently nothing to do with her fear of spaces in close spaces. It was because I mean, at least that's what all the records show. Now back to the polygraph. I think that. I actually think Republicans should pursue this. Because if she lied under oath. I think she ought to be charged. And this boyfriend says she lied under oath. I mean, you heard Rachel Mitchell. And I'm really curious as to how Rachel Mitchell. She misses MRs nothing, which is why the left hates her. The left hates nothing more. There's nothing more than they hate more than an informed woman. And she asked I mean, her direct question was have you ever given tips or advice to someone who is looking to take a polygraph test and Ford said never. Well. They out interview the friend, and they ought to interview the ex boyfriend, and they ought to request. And Dr Ford about it. Because I think that that's a perjury case. If she lied under oath. Don't you think that's important? It's an important detail. When she's sees a psychologist. Am I Dr Helen is the psychologist and she said the second they've written reams about it? So. The letter, by the way. That was sent by the ex boyfriend that it was dated October second the September twenty seventh was the testimony. How did the I'm just really curious did Mitchell? No of this nation. Did she know this information when she was questioning them? Because if this is dated the letter was dated October second September twenty seventh was when Mitchell questioned. That's why I said it was an oddly specific a very oddly specific question. Now whenever you get out specific questions like that. In many instances. It's not because the person asking the question is looking to find out more information. It's usually because the person asking the question is looking to see if you're going to be truthful about the information that's already known. And so I am fascinating. I fascinated about all this and his cane add. I mean, I think you bring up a good point to maybe she knew in terms of she being Rachel Mitchell. Maybe she knew that in a psychologist not that so much that they're trained in it. But that they're familiar with it because they're feel by large hates it. Because now it starts to make sense. I thought it was oddly specific I'm a quarterback come from. I mean, if she she's acting like she had no idea about a polygraph. Why would you even ask? I mean, that's what my line of thinking was. And I actually thought why would you ask her that? I thought that and it stayed on my mind, and when I was talking about some of the weird things that happened when Mitchell was asking Ford, but I was focused on the flying. And I was focused on as well her changing, the number of people that were at the party, and, you know, their names etcetera etcetera, but I mentioned that but it didn't stick out to me as much as the other ones. But I think this actually now is it's the largest one because it was the specific question. Do you think Mitchell new do you think she was aware that she just knows this issue? So well, she just inadvertently hit on it. The latter is probably more true. I've find this fascinating. It really is. And I think that when when she made the testimony. Excuse me. She was pretty fabric about it. And it was it was one of those situations where Mitchell knowing her background probably knew she was somewhat familiar with the polygraph situation. And probably just ask that question, as you know, one of the maybe it's a standard question because she has a history of sexual abuse. And in those instances where polygraphs are used to help people come forward. You know, what I mean with with their claims, but it is. She knew that we're super weird. So that's that's the that's the one big thing. So here are the other developments that we have. And I do think I think that it's not begging the question. To ask if she committed perjury. I want to discuss the second door because apparently that was for renters. And that would mean if she said that the second door was for something other than what it was four wouldn't that be perjury? Also, also put this up. I got more stuff. There are..

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Robots sex awful. So it's where you go. And you get to be alone. With a robot? Sex doll. Sixty dollars gets you a half an hour. Sixty bucks, a thirty minutes. Robots sex doll, the robots sex brothel. If you want to buy your own twenty five hundred bucks. No word yet. If you there's a rental own I don't even want to know about the whole use category. Not interested. Thank you. In vegas. They're upset about this. Because they think it's going to lead to problems in terms of how women are treated, and I'm not joking. When I say this exists because of how men are treated. Helen Smith, Dr Helen Smith men on strike. That is a book that needs to be read and goes to the side of men who have given up on the idea of being men because what's the point? Everybody hates you. Everybody thinks you're guilty. Everybody wants teach about toxic masculinity and look at what's happening to break Cavanaugh. Look at what's happening to brat Cavanaugh Cavanaugh had to say. Are you might not have heard the interview he did with Martha maccallum Fox News yesterday? Listen to this. We're talking about allegations of sexual assault. I'd never sexually assaulted.

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"When I say this exists because of how men are treated. Helen Smith, Dr Helen Smith men on strike. That is a book that needs to be read and goes to the side of men who have given up on the idea of being men because what's the point? Everybody hates you. Everybody thinks you're guilty. Everybody wants teach about toxic masculinity and look at what's happening to Brad Cavanaugh. Look at what's happening to Brett Cavanaugh. Cavenaugh had to say, did you are you might not have heard the interview he did with Marc McCallum on Fox News yesterday. Listen to this allegation of sexual assault. I never sexually assaulted anyone. I did not have sexual intercourse or anything close to sexual intercourse in high school, or for many years thereafter and the girls from the schools, I went to and I. We're saying that all through all these years that are in question. You virgin, that's correct. Never had sexual intercourse with anyone in highschool Karan's through what years in college since we're probing into your personal many years after I'll leave it at that many years after now nobody's claiming he had intercourse with the woman accusing him Dr Christine Blasi Ford. However, my goodness gracious, look at what you have to do now to be a supreme court Justice. Yeah. After lay out your your your sexual life, your sex life. What about your sexual proclivities? Honestly, how about your search history on porn hub because I'm out? I am not getting past that right there. No. No. No. No. No. No, no, no now. By the way. So you don't don't look at me with some kind of disdain like Tony. Listen, I'm looking right at you. And your husband would be absolutely shocked to what you're looking at. You thought I was talking to a guy that's hilarious because only guys like pornography or sex, right? Any other any other wives tales? We'd like to tell any other old stories we'd like to get into good Lord. Such a freaking cliche. So yeah, that's why they're sex brothels because nobody wants to put up with the crazy. Nobody.

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Every college campus is nothing more than a rape factory lying about the very concept of of sexual assault on college campuses. You've told every man that they're guilty everything. They do you brought up this concept of toxic masculinity where there is no such thing. There might be people who are toxic. You know, who one of them is maisy Harare. No. And you wonder why men say screw it? Go read Dr Helen Smith's book men on strike. She's been talking about this. I don't know her entire life. Men have looked at the situation and said bite me out. I don't need this. I don't need to be abused. I don't need to be bothered. I don't need to walk on eggshells. I don't need to prove myself. I don't need a society. Telling me that somehow I'm terrible for the existence of me count me out bring on the sex robots. That's what they've done. That's what they've done. They're not interested in the relationship part. Do you know? Anybody who's married now is that if you do it, right? Not the sitcom kind of marriage garbage where it's couples always kind of attacking each other and nipping at each other in this disgusting way. And by the way, could you do me a favor. Stop complaining about your spouse in front of me. I mean, sometimes you got an issue. We're talking we're friends. I'm okay with it. But don't be complaining about your husband in front of other other wives. Don't be complaining about your wife in front of other husbands. It's gross handle your business. Like a grownup. You got an issue. Go talk it out. That's what you're supposed to do because supposed to be the two of you against the world. Not the two of you against each other. There are people who are against you. Now, the two of you who are supposed to be the team are fighting each other. Why did you get married in the first place? Guys, check out though, who needs it. That's why you have sex robots now as to whether or not sex robots lead to the dehumanisation of women. I can't say I haven't spent that much time on it. But since the guys who are really lifestyle ING sex robots aren't interested in dating women. Anyway. You're they're only talking about sex. They don't even see the women they work with or whatever as as sexual beings. They see them as people they should avoid for fear of losing their job. I think that might be a might.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"And it is not considered housework so in addition to all the things we do outside the house lifting heavy objects etc we're also expected to do the dishes and clean up the dinner table and things like that you know what i'd rather you not live in my house and then start telling me what i'm gonna do you are not a dictator and you are not going to tell me what to do so take care of your own place and pay your own bills and i will take care of my place and pay my bills i don't want anyone telling me what to do and that is what marriage gives women the opportunity to do not true it's true i'm not gonna have it so i'm not surprised when i read stories about today's young men lowest rate of marriage in us history the average age that a man gets married for the first time has moved up to the highest level in history the birth rate this story just came out last week the birth rate is at a historic low and that is because what i have been preaching for twenty years is finally getting into the heads of young men i'm not saying i'm responsible for it because a lot of men have just discovered this on their own or they have discovered this through various men's rights movements or all the information online that's available to men all the opinion that's available men are realizing that marriage is a bad deal also that book men on strike by dr helen smith who's been a guest on this program here's a woman and a professional who said in her book how marriage is such a bad deal for men candidate is too bad deal why would any young man wants to get married why would any young man want to have a baby and stop the problem parole prom puzzles and the proposals stop it because when all of a sudden don one out of two marriages engine divorce in some parts of the country even more than that and no matter how great it is in.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Going to get to the point where you say hey would you like to get coffee that's going to be seen as sexual harassment it is it is and this is why and this has already happened in in many places across the country it's wire dr helen smith spokeman on strike is so unbelievably important i met of men in many cases have given up why why bother why bother going on dates why bother meeting women are only going to screw me over there are only gonna gonna charge me with this there are the other if i if i asked my why bother i have got friends and i got world of warcraft what are you kidding i live in a world of a of a sexual toys and robots and not all of that comes from the place where it's it's just too difficult and if you don't think it's too difficult go asking them if if you can't ask un the species that's that's my line right if you can ask hey you want to go back to my place un the feces you do and i don't know why it's so hard for adults to to have this conversation to talk like adults brought a lot of guys of says yeah we don't care we don't care about having kids we don't care where we're not we're not going to bother i got a couple of friends and then down i'll take care my needs the other way and that's fine that's good that's what's happening you don't think that this is a huge part of your crazy you're absolutely positively out of your skull if you don't think that this is all connected more and more stories you see like this the more and more you're going to hear about the evil men as sexual predator conversation could josh why be involved a group of four or five guys go to the game grab a beer i'm not i'm not go i'm not going on a date now why there's ran the up cool going to try that it's not even worth the resonable jail there you think i'm kidding you think i'm kidding this is.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That in and and ed's a key let's not enjoyable by the way that is absolutely not enjoyable by the way but i think a lot of people aren't sure what the rules are anymore because they're told that even the most basic things are a problem for example asking hey you're on a date hey you want to grab dinner hey you wanna go back to my place i just said three things and none of those are sexual harassment let me put that on the record none of those three things are sexual harassment now maybe there is a question of whether or not you're asking an underling okay all right i get you i get you but a coworker i'm still i'm in a loss on that one and and i say that with the ford mission that i would never do it i would never do it never once never ever right but in ah and let's say in a bar in a in a in a library at a coffee shop there's nothing wrong with any of those questions nothing what so ever yet that's not necessarily what i'm hearing and i think things are going to get more and more dangerous for people out there as we continue to engage not in a a question of what our values and standards but in this of victim culture victim mentality and this victim culture and victim mentality must have a culprit will as i have discussed with dr helen smith and others i believe that culprit is going to be men and that's dangerous i think that's going to be problematic i think that there are going to be real repercussions and we've already seen worldwide some of those repercussions we see what's going on if you have a decades of men being told that are terrible and men being toll hold that their aggressors you now have these conversations this idea of toxic masculinity you have this idea that that matter just raised wrong you've had women right about the fact that they won't breast feed their boys but they will breastfeed their girls because they don't want the boys to be too strong oh my gosh we'll stories going on out there men say you know what i don't need this i don't need to put myself in a position where.

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"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dr helen smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Pressing your stuff up against will never dawned on me never dot he i would ask map bear but i don't want to ask never dawned on me the people would do that okay all right there there's that yeah those things fired for that but propositioned other coworkers for sex whoa whoa whoa you mean you can ask woman if she wants to have sex because if you can't let me there's only one way this goes down you have to be able to ask asking is not a crime if you wanna lord someone's job over them that could be you want to threaten violence that could that is i would say but to ask there's no there's no crime in that there is absolutely positively no crime in that there is no crime in asking if you can't ask you and this species just work glare if you can't say hey want to go back to my place un the species it's over it's finished you know i'm not a guy talked much about sex robots you know i that stuff exists exist because women are added their skulls crazy and feminists are nuts and they have for generations told nan there terrible told nan their awful told them their unnecessary told men of their evil told nan that their talk arctic and they're and they're not they're not desired so what in men do they figured out a way to live without you enjoy being single because guys a cool as long as they can get it taking care of a lot of them they'll go this way and that's obvious we spoke with helen smith dr helen smith about her a book men on strike we talked about what's going on in the post harvey weinstein uh scandal and how people are turning this into an attack on masculinity as opposed to wear belongs the attack on hollywood which lied to sell us movies made by this guy and made by the people who made money off this guy they lied it was collusion against the american people because if you add known this about harvey weinstein maybe you wouldn't have gone to his movies holly what is complicit and they deserve to.

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