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A highlight from Week in Review - Episode 25
"Time for the Mike Gallagher Show week in review podcast. We're glad you could join us. Boy, what a week it was. The debate, the craziness, the New York City judge trying to crush the Trump organization, keeping Trump from ever conducting business in New York ever again. Number of media outlets conducted polls. The results don't look really good for President Biden. Even the media outlets could hardly believe their own results. Washington Post ABC poll came out over the weekend. Has Trump beating Biden by 10 points? 52 to 42 percent among registered voters in a hypothetical 2024 national matchup. Now, the Washington Post says, oh, this poll is an outlier. Well, the truth is there's no national election. What matters are the other swing states. We know that we understand that the NBC poll has Trump and Biden tied. I think what's important to remember is almost no national poll has Trump getting significantly beat by Joe Biden. Are they all lying? Are they all making it up? Is it all are they all outliers? And make no mistake, they are melting down, man. They are freaking out over this poll. Here's ABC's. And you know, it's tough because you got both the Washington Post and ABC, these two huge legacy media outlets having to distance themselves in a way from their own poll. Here's ABC's Rick Klein talking to Martha Raddatz over the weekend about the staggering bad news for Joe Biden in this poll. Martha, these numbers are simply staggering for the sitting president. 44 percent of people in this poll say they are not as well off as they were at the start of the Biden administration two and a half years ago. Those are the worst numbers that we've seen in our ABC News Washington Post polling. It's a question we've been asking going back to the Reagan administration. And when you when you dive into the big questions around the economy, we know President Biden has been out there trying to make the case. Unemployment is low. He's been talking about how inflation has been easing, but people aren't buying it. You covered some of the reasons why. Gas prices, food prices, grocery prices and like right now on the big picture on the economy, 74 percent of the country, that's about three quarters of Americans who say the economy is either not so good or downright poor. Now, of all the things I get angry about, the illegal immigration crisis that we have in America right now is infuriating because this is a crisis of the Democrats making and they have the gall. They've got the nerve. They have the audacity to pretend it's not their fault. When you screech about open borders, when you brag about being a sanctuary city and suddenly we face a crisis of thousands and thousands and thousands of illegals entering this country.
The Durham Report: The Good, The Bad, The Devilish With Kash Patel
"Missing anything cash? The floor is yours. Charlie, it's great to be with you. And I am equally bitter and said to be tied. I was Durham's biggest champion. I've been on your show supporting his work over the last year and a half. And now is the time I become his biggest critical analyst because he failed. He failed. He regurgitated the Russia gate report with 7 and I wrote 5 years ago. And he added a little more nuts and bolts to it, but who cares? We already knew all of the crimes that you have outlined that were committed by the people you talked about like the Comey's mccabe struck clapper Brennan, et cetera. What he did was maybe land a political victory because he's got the fake news, at least coming out with the headlines that the FBI is devastated. Of course they're devastating their criminal. But what you're talking about, what I've been talking about, what I've been hoping for is that there would be a prosecution of these individuals. And at the way he laid it out, he basically said all but everything that means you're a criminal. And came up short. And I don't know if Garland stopped him or she didn't have the gall to do it, but either way it's wholly insufficient. And people like Andy mccabe was pension was restored. Our House of Representatives and Republican majority should zero that out immediately based on this report alone. Yeah, they likely won't. I'm just being honest. It just seems as if they're afraid. This will be honest. Most House Republicans are afraid of the FBI. They're afraid of the dirt the FBI has on them. They're afraid of the administrative state. They're afraid of the Department of Justice. They live in fear of the fourth branch of government.
"gallen" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"With the third straight national championship and the arrested Jalen Carter has brought questions, which I think there are many who don't think they're justified. So I think we need to differentiate between coaches who make active decisions to create bad culture, and then what comes along with winning, which creates entitlement and empowerment, and lack of accountability, frankly, which happens basically every major college well program that's everyone multiple national championships. But to get from like two national titles to a dynasty, the head coach has to learn how to manage all of that, right? So I don't think Kirby has done anything specifically like we can name some of the coaches that have done specific things that create bad culture. You know, Baylor art brows, we can go down the list of things where coach is like actively creating a hostile environment. That's not Kirby smart. But what happens when you win the two national championships is, you know, you can go 89 and a 45 and the police officers like dude, it's okay, don't worry about it. You should slow down. And it just sort of starts to build and build and build. And I think the next year we're going to learn if Kirby can have it at his age, he's very young considering we're saving was at his time after two rings. Saban's the one guy who's shown you can do it and sustain it and he's had his moments of off the field stuff, but he gets through it. The program sustains. And that's where Kirby's at right now. He's got a he's got to answer the cars thing is insane. The fact that kids are driving a 140 miles an hour all the time. The Titans drafted a Georgia player in the 2020 draft, Isaiah Wilson, who played four snaps in the NFL. He was arrested twice doing donuts in downtown Nashville at two in the morning with a BAC twice the legal limit. This is a three year problem, but he's got to stop that. But other than that, it's not anything he's doing. It's just his job to fix it. And that comes along with winning. The spotlight gets pretty bright when you have two national championship rings. Yeah, and a question that would have never been asked, it's asked. And by the way, I don't know how anybody really aside from the systemic issues, which we talked about earlier in a program like Alabama, Georgia, LA shooter, you have the best players, you're always going to have issues. Yeah. To win to have the best possible athletes in the best possible football team, sometimes you're going to, you might choose things over character, but then you can deal with that. Again, urban Meyer couldn't deal with it at Florida. Less miles I don't think could deal with it at LSU. Again, you can point to specific decisions that they made that led to some questionable culture. Kirby
"gallen" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Second hour Nashville as Alabama wins game one. 70 to 49, Tennessee playing Missouri right now with a slight lead. A couple of games after that, Braden Gaul joining us from ESPN radio. Braden, it is a good see. I feel like you know this audience pretty well. You've sat in spring and summer and been subjected to all the things that subjected. What are you talking about? It's a pleasure. It's a pleasure to see you. Welcome to Nashville and hosted the final I'm sure I have to go through. These are our people, Paul. They are also involved in a company called four 44. What is that? Local digital company here in Nashville, all natural sports. So if you care about things like the predators or the Titans, SEC football, of course, we got you covered four 40 sports on the Twitter account there on the YouTube page, the whole deal. So we believe in giving people a communal experience, which I think is what the fine bomb show is all about is this sort of unifying togetherness and love of a common command deal and that's what we've got at four 40 sports for Nashville. And sort of middle tennesseans as well. But it's all digital. Check it out. We appreciate it. I've always been curious about Nashville because I remember Nashville and it didn't have anything. And the Titans and the predators, it seems like especially the predators have really grabbed this town. That's true. Football still dominates. If you look at the TV ratings, it's still absolutely the Titans and SEC football. In fact, what's fascinating is that the vols and Bama have battled for supremacy in the city. Really? Yeah, so I moved here before the predators in the Titans came here. I moved here in 96 and it was a Tennessee town. Four to Tennessee was the SEC east championship game. It was the SEC championship game. That's the rivalry I grew up with in high school here. A lot of power teas everywhere in Nashville it was a Tennessee market. Right around 2007, Paul, I don't know what happened around then, but right around 2007, there are a lot of more script days, a lot less power tease in the market. A lot of Alabama fans in Tennessee ratings in middle Tennessee, huge ratings, TV wise for Alabama games. It balanced out this fall for some reason. Also, no, no idea why. No, a lot more tease, a lot more orange started showing up again, but it's still a Tennessee market. When they're good, it's people are really into it. They have to be good though. But like Nashville's, I love this city. It's my home, but Nashville will leave the party pretty quickly if it gets dull. So you got to keep people. I remember being here, I don't know, 8 9, ten years ago, whatever it was and they were winning. Oh yeah. And everybody was a predator, Sam. Well, the cup run in 1617 changed everything. It brought in the common fan, the casual people, Broadway was insane down here. And even since then, the city has changed it, but there's about 14 more buildings downtown just since 2017,
Dr. Aaron Kheriaty Describes His Firing from UC Irvine
"Hard to get rid of academics. It's almost as hard to get rid of an academic as a government employee. So I'm curious. What was the stated reason? Why were you terminated from the university? So the stated reason was alleged non compliance with the very policy the vaccine mandate that I was challenging. I challenged it on behalf of people like me that had infection induced immunity or so called natural immunity after recovering from COVID, which I got very early on in the pandemic, treating COVID patients in the hospital. And I say alleged non compliance because the university twice rejected my medical exemption that was signed by my physician. And the university also refused to work with me in the way that they had worked with. Other faculty members to, you know, put me on sabbatical or work from home, do remote work only. I was willing to be flexible so that they wouldn't have to compromise in my case on their policy. But I also wasn't going to compromise on my stance toward the policy. So the university used that pretense to get rid of this inconvenient person who had the gall to publicly challenge them. My first challenge to policy in the pages of The Wall Street Journal, and then after they finalized the policy, I decided to challenge it in court because I thought it was unethical and indeed I still believe it's unconstitutional.
Donald Trump Jr.: $50k a Month Rent by Biden Makes No Sense
"The FBI has treated him like Hillary Clinton And they've treated the former president quite differently What do you make all this Well I think it just shows the hypocrisy that's continually jammed down our approach Mark When what's going on right now what are we at The 5th that justified documents in the house that was just rented by Hunter Biden with his Chinese Communist Party connections with crane connections with his Russian connections is renting a house in depth for $50,000 a month from his dead I mean that's definitely not 10% for the big guy right That definitely doesn't reek of corruption And no but in all fairness Mark imagine if it was me What would they be saying I did a search on compass the real estate website to find out what's the most expensive home in Wilmington I think for $4500 a month That's the best way You think hunters renting for 50 grand and it's not corruption you think that's not the kickback You think that's not the 10% It's actually discussing So now he had access to the classified documents You have the ones that the pen center the pen center didn't just magically show up the day after Joe Biden stopped being vice president It took a while to establish and build and the Chinese Communist Party funded that to the tune of $54 million And those documents are just lying around there Joe Biden had the gall to go on TV and talk about how irresponsible yada yada yada The Mar-a-Lago documents it was known by the national archives it was at Trump's personal residence It was under lock and key and it was guarded by the United States Secret Service And as president he had the ability to actually declassify those documents Joe Biden didn't do And or couldn't do And they have the goal to go out there and do their whataboutism I'm going to tell you how much different it is It's absolutely disgusting And it shows you there's no equal justice under the law
The Back-to-Back Scams Between the FBI & Twitter
"Let's just say the testicular fortitude of the people in the FBI and Twitter involved in this censorship anti First Amendment scandal probably the biggest censorship scandal of our time Just the temerity of the people involved How they thought they would never get caught Or didn't care It's just shocking the levels they went to to make this story This Hunter Biden story go away It really got surprised even me and there's no bigger skeptic of concentrated government power than me None I've seen all sides of it I'll tell you what I mean So again here's the gall on these people in the FBI and Twitter too by the way Twitter is knee deep in this entire thing They interfere in the 2016 election by injecting right before election day story into the media about Trump colluding with the Russians Their effort to steal the 2016 election fails They then steal away portions of the Trump presidency by bogging him down in a fake investigation over a crime they invented Russian collusion After that they interfere in the 2020 election and successfully steal that one away By having a story a negative story about Joe Biden and his grift through his son Hunter Biden Having it taken down from social media by using the pretext that the Russians may have planted the story because of the collusion they did in 2016 which the FBI made up too It's like you almost can't believe it You're like really They got some serious grapefruits these people
Rep. Chip Roy: There's No Defense for the $1.7T Omnibus Bill
"Congressman help us explain the madness I don't know where to begin with all of this sir Well there's no real good place to start First of all let me just say Merry Christmas to you and all your listeners are a little bit late We had some technical difficulties I'm on the floor voting And we're voting on a bunch of small bills We'll get the omnibus appropriations bill over to us from the Senate I think in a few hours unfortunately going to pass out of the Senate I believe unless something crazy changes or maybe it's already happened Based on the fact that a chunk of Republicans I don't know how many in the end I don't know 15 or so probably Ended up voting with the Democrats And there's literally no defense for this bill It spends money We don't have $47 billion to Ukraine You know all this stuff You've gone through it no doubt over the air But most galling of all is taking away our ability to use the power the person to try to leverage change of our border While they make it even worse by giving more money to DHS with a specific provision in the bill saying they can't use it for security but can only use it for processing That makes everything else look trivial And when I say trivial I'm talking about all manners of billions of dollars for woke LGBTQ stuff all sorts of social engineering programs and earmarks I've tweeted out a laundry list of like 55 of these things And that's just the reality of what the Senate Republicans are doing to the American people It is inexplicable and indefensible
Miranda Devine: Tyrannical Old Joe’s Secret Police State
"Miranda Devine is a brilliant lady She writes brilliantly She says tyrannical old Joe's secret police state The gall of Joe antifa Biden wrapping himself in the blue after the anti cop violence and defund police movement He slyly egged on during the 2020 BLM antifa riots The breakdown of Law & Order in our cities is the consequence No question about that Now he's back to posing as a big champion of the cops As anti semi fascist that is anti safa Attempting to turn the tables on the party of Law & Order with wildly dishonest rhetoric that is as frightening as it is absurd The bees that are laugh at all off is the blathering of a spiteful increasingly incoherent angry old man But what Biden and the puppeteers who guide him are doing is very sinister They appear to be preparing the ground for an even harsher crackdown Harsher crackdown on his political opponents By the security state which has become to all appearances his secret police The president's intemperate attacks on Republicans as semi fascist ultra maga white supremacists and domestic terrorists A escalated as a midterm wipeout looms and Biden's deadly poles of solidified Despite media lauding the comeback of aviator Joe
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"That's probably what we should do, you know? I would have just assumed it'd be wonderful if we could achieve something like that, but the fact that we voted on a wolf reintroduction first place is not a good not a good start. Yeah, exactly. Ballot box. Biology is a bad thing. Yeah. And it never happens, the opposite way. It's never like, let's vote for a spring bear season in Colorado. Yeah. You know, it's never that. It's always. I'm gonna start the petition right now. Yeah. Dude, I want to get a group on board to bring back spring bear in Colorado. I think that would be amazing. 'cause you can shoot two or three of them in the fall. If you want, you can at least shoot too. Maybe you can't get three, but you can get two because they're B licenses, get two of them. Shoot two bears in the fall. Just move one of them to the spring. You know, there's so many black bear issues in, especially in the front range. Out here too. Yeah, Angie was just showing us a video from her house of a bear that was, you know, they live down in your ray. Walking down the street, their dog starts barking at it, the bear literally runs right to a house. Right to this house that it's been getting in the security. Yeah, and it's a small bear right now. It's not much bigger than a dog. But give it another year. Yeah. That's going to be that's going to be repeat situation of what happened two years ago and you're right, where the lady got killed because she was feeding the bear trash. That's a very common situation. And the fact is to the best way to mitigate that is to unleash the only predator that black bears have in Colorado, which is humans, right? Grizzly bears. Wait. In the San juans, man. There's rumors. The only time I've ever been charged by bear is a black bear. Grizzlies, all sorts of stuff. Nope, black bear. I'm glad I haven't seen enough grizzlies to put myself in that percentage group to be charged. I haven't either. So yeah, I hope I never have to. Although, yeah, in grizzlies. They're cool as well. Oh yeah. Watching grizzly bears is like, it's up there. They're impressive. Powerful. The number one animal I like seeing and watching is probably a bighorn sheep. Of any variety, doll stones. Rocky Mountain desert. Sheep are just cool, but pretty sweet animals. Then it's like Elk, grizzly bear, wolf. Moose has got to be up there too. I don't know. Yeah, moose are cool. Bear, yeah, bears are cool. Just they're like black bears always kind of remind me of they're like, almost like cartoon characters. They're so happy. They're so animated..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Been killed, but they're not going to hang out in that same creek drainage or a pack of wolves. So that's where I think to your point, trying to be a little more open minded, understand both points of view. And hopefully, like I say, the state can put together a good management plan, which I think we will. The biggest thing to me from day one for a wolf reintroduction to be successful in Colorado is no litigation. That's what hamstrung the northern rockies horribly is environmental groups. Filing lawsuits and putting off the ability for delisting to take place in states to be able to take over management. Yeah. So there's this delay year after year after year due to litigation in the meantime, the wolves are doing what they're breeding, they're growing. They're expanding. And now all of a sudden instead of having a few hundred that you could manage and they're established and they're not going to be endangered anymore. Now you got 1500. Yeah. And it's not necessarily a problem again. Pray numbers are doing okay, you know? So maybe 1500 is actually what Idaho can have. And still be fine with Elk and deer and all that stuff. But it just I hope Colorado doesn't fall victim to the litigation game because I'm worried about that for sure. And it's going to happen. I mean, there's going to be on both sides that file suits. I'm sure. But it would be wonderful if we put together a management plan that all those groups agreed upon to the point that they don't feel like they need to litigate and just let the state do its job, let wolves get established, reintroduce themselves, bam. They're going to think they've died and gone to heaven when they come to Colorado. And I'm sure their population is going to grow quick. And it would be great if that happened, and they reach their reintroduction goals. From a management standpoint and we can just kind of go forward. Yeah, and there's huge delays. Exactly. If we could set it now, get it in paper, you know, once we get 400 wolves or whatever 500 wolves or whatever the number is. There's going to be a legal hunting season for them. And folks can shoot them. That's going to be a challenging one in Colorado. It would be, it's going to be a long time before. 'cause any challenge you can have in Wisconsin, which is what we saw with the grizzly bears, right? Yeah. You know? They were going to delist him. People were buying people were able to buy tags, and then the whole shoot them with the camera movement came out, which it doesn't matter which way you think about it. The state, they were delisted because they reached a management level that was sufficient to take them off the endangered species less or whatever. And they were delisting. With science backing. Yeah, exactly. They reached that number because of things like carrying capacity and all that stuff. And then we saw again like the social aspect coming out, oh, shoot them with a camera and they're buying all the hunting tags and basically forcing Wyoming to backtrack and no more hunting season on grizzly bears and how they've been delisted. And I'm sure that's going to have impacts on carrying capacity for both grizzly bears, black bears, ungulates. I'm no biologist, but I can only imagine that when biologist says, this is the number, this is what we should stick to..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"You know, I feel it's also a human's responsibility to understand that we're still very much part of the ecosystem. And we have integrated ourselves so much into the world, right? We really do have to be the stewards. There's no going back to nature. That's just not a possibility that's never going to happen unless we get rid of every single agricultural field burned down every building. That's not going to happen. My cyanide pill idea. Yeah. True. Everyone. Everyone. But then it was cyanide pill and then we let nature have it all back. Because what's going to happen to the Empire State Building? There's going to be like mice and things that take that over. Yeah. So it can never go back to what it was. That's a lot. It'll basically just be a big bird's nest. Yeah, I mean, that would be pretty cool. Just see a bunch of levels. Yeah. Breaking out a Windows. Yeah. But yeah, so. I think the big thing with wolf is just trying to see the other side of understanding that if they were to drop a pack of wolves on the plateau, it would probably be pretty bad for you guys for a few years. Eventually, it might bounce back, but there would be some tough years and that's your whole livelihood. And could your business sustain three years of no. And the thing is, it's like it's not even like, it's not even like your hunters wouldn't kill anything, but they have the perception of now that area is ruined. Well, that's part of it. That was something that I witnessed in Idaho is that I thought was unfortunate. Outfitters did themselves no favors. They were so mad. And lashing out that in the process, if I'm an L Connor, all I'm hearing are outfitters. Complaining. There's got to be no Elk left. And it's like, well, I'm not going hunting with that guy..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Might be some complications with livestock operators, which unfortunately were happening. It's happening right off the bat here. But from a social acceptance standpoint, I think it would have been more palatable to the general public. Instead of you vote yes or you vote no. And you're in one camp or the other. Now you can argue that a lot of ways. And that's, again, that's a longer conversation. But that was sort of my rationale is a key component to a successful wolf reintroduction is social acceptance. And if you've got a half your population like we do in Colorado that voted, I mean, it was essentially split. 50 50 with just a few percentage decimal points in favor of a yes vote. So you've got effectively half the population that does not want them here. They're not going to be real open about their presence, which can lead to wolves getting killed. The shoot shovel shut up, that whole mentality. And I think some of that can be less if the government's not involved. From a reintroduction standpoint. That's a very base answer to that because again, there's a lot more subtlety and nuance there. On both sides. To answer your question, from the guide outfitter standpoint. What I saw in Idaho, which is where I was working a lot outfitters went out of business. Really? Period end of story. They blamed it on wolves. And there was a lot of upset outfitters. Wolves are killing all these Elk. But and I think there's some truth to that. Elk are the main source of prey for wolves. And I think in those early years of reintroduction, there was a lot of carnage. The Elk are figuring out. They're just not used to. Yeah, they got a top tier predator back on the landscape that they haven't had to deal with for decades..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"No, and that's one thing on the plateau that has been an eye opener for me. The Elk are not, and I think this is a huge exception to almost every other thing you read or hear, they don't care about ATVs. It does not seem to bother them. Well, they probably hear them the moment they hit the ground. They are here in dirt bikes and ATVs and side by sides exactly from the minute they are born. There's so many of those loops and trails through that plateau. And most of the time, that's all people are doing. Yeah, they're just zipping through. I don't think any of those folks that we saw were hunters getting ready because we were still a few days out from the next season when I left. Because you were going to go back into town still. When I left and do something. Oh, okay. And so it was a memory that I did. It was a few days. So there's a lot of people out there just recreating, for sure. So yeah, they must be pretty used to it. Yeah. And I've watched Elk actually seen an ATV at multiple times where you're watching somebody driving, whether they're hunting or just cruising, you know, they're recreating, but it's like, I'm watching a bull 200 yards off the ATV trail in that ATV, putts is biome, and they might look. Moving ATV means that that person is not chasing after you as an out. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah, isn't that? But I do think it's the I think most oftentimes in other places. Yeah, they're getting scared off. They associate that noise. With not good and they leave. Well, sick it came out with a thing when they released some thing for their whitetail line and this guy who was guiding whitetail hunts was like adamant that you don't drive yourself out, you get driven out, you step out of the ATV, you grab your stuff, you stand there, let the ATV leave..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"And our tree season two, if you want. Well, I'm playing with a rifle. Yeah, yeah. Colorado seasons are definitely unusual. The rifle structure, which I mean, it is what it is. You got to work with what you got, but I can't say there's pros and cons to it. Big con probably hunter pressure, Kong, congregated into 5 days. Yeah, yeah. When you pull up and you there needs to be parking space. Shuttles. There's a shuttle to the parking lot. Parking lot attendance. Yeah. Horse trailers over here. Right. So I really had kind of one more question, don't want to take up too much of your time, and I know we kind of get to get back and do some work at some point here, but this has been nice. One thing I've been curious about. There's a minute where I was in high school and I thought about going to guide school and stuff like that. So I was always kind of thinking about that kind of stuff, right? But one question that I have for you specific to your operation is so you want two units, right? And I think it's safe to assume, I guess you already said them on which we can bleep out, by the way, if you want to bleep out those units that you say. Yeah, I mean, I guess it's kind of promotion for your business anyway. Yeah, in 62, I mean, it's pretty heavily hunted already. Yeah. Which isn't a big deal. And 61, on the other hand. 20 years to draw. I had two I had two guys booked with us this year with I think 26 and 28 points and they didn't draw. What? Were they out of staters? Yeah. Oh, really? Okay. Anyways, keep going..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"And going into it. Obviously, not everyone understands that. They're just coming into it fresh and maybe they have expectations. Maybe they don't. Maybe their expectations are dead on. Yeah. Probably not. Though. And they probably have elevated expectations from stuff they've seen on TV shows. Yeah. And I feel like that is a very important thing, right? Because so many honey shows, they say, it's not always going to happen. They talk about luck, but that's not exactly what the hunting show portrays with what they're showing. Or even when people talking about it on Instagram, people are always talking about it was so hard, but you're only seeing the pictures of, like, so I feel like some people can't actually grasp the fact that you're not always going to get something. And maybe that's something that can only come from having to have done it for years and you kind of can understand, might be two, three years where you don't get any could be longer for a lot of people. I would have a few years without killing anything. Yeah. After some years of really, really good luck, and then I went long time without anything. And then this year finally was able to turn around. So I happened when I started Bo, honey. Yeah. Honestly, yes. Yeah, once I started going into the deep dive of backcountry backpack bow hunting. Success rate hits the floor. Speaking of success rate, what is your guys typical success rate over there? For rifle season. It varies with the rifle season, so which rifle season would you say? Could you give an average of all of them or maybe your best rifle season, whatever. We do we usually do first second and third rifle up there. I don't guide forth rifle. First is the best for sure. And I would say we have near, for sure, a 100% opportunity. Really? As far as success, I would say, over the years, greater than 50%. First rifle. Second and third rifle, I would lump together because they're very similar in the sense that we'll get into Elk will have any this is going to sound like a horrible cop out answer. We will literally have anywhere from zero to 100% opportunity. Yeah. In those in those two seasons. And then success is the same. So we've never had a 100% success in either of those two hunts. Over the years, but like last year, second rifle was awful. Really? The weather was bad in terms it was warm. It was windy. We didn't kill anything. We saw tons of Elk, but we could not find a legal bull. And when we did, it was literally like the last minute of legal shooting light, like you finally see something from just popped out, you don't have time to get set up, you run out of light. It's too far away. You can't get to it in time. So there was a lot of that kind of stuff last year. The year prior, I think we had like 60% success during second rifle with a 100% opportunity, but it was a foot of snow and that was when Ben and Karen were hunting. We killed like three or four bulls that season and had much different weather that was way more favorable to us in terms of tracking and visibility.
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Plateau for dark timber. So and that's where it currently is. I'd love to be able to grow it. But man, finding a permit is hard. It's hard, and then trying to do privately and leasing is just astronomically expensive, so still trying to explore those avenues because we're getting a lot of interest from folks that I just I'm turning away, which is frustrating. It's not a good business model. But at the same time, it's sometimes it's like, you know, this is what we have. Yeah. What you can do. You can't bite off more than you can chew because then you get into staffing issues and so anyways, that's where we are currently. What's the process? What's the timeline look like on getting a permit to guide on wilderness or national forest? And I'm sure it's a little different on wilderness and national forest. No, not too much, no. Not to my knowledge, at least. I mean, you got to have some different things in place. As far as wilderness requirements. Yeah, like logistically. Like if you're using stock, you've got to have weed free certified and so there's a few subtle differences, but it's still national forests typically or BLM, like if you're working on a BLM wilderness, which is not real common, but there are a few out there. As far as obtaining the permit to my knowledge, it nowadays it pretty much comes down to knowing someone that is selling out like an outfitter's retiring. Or they're quitting, they're ready to move on and that permit area now becomes available through a transaction technically with the forest service permits don't hold value. So you can't sell it. What you sell is the value of the tack and the cabin or whatever or the client list. Well, this client list has it's worth $250,000 or whatever. But it's just kind of a facade. Like everybody knows the permit has value. It's just the government won't say it. It's like no, you can't sell that. It transfers from one person to the next. But what I'm getting at is, it's very rare, I think. Nowadays that the forest service will be like, oh, Ryan and Lee, you guys want to start an outfit? Well, go on the map here for low low national forest or Jonathan national forest. And draw, you know, an area where you'd like to permit where they're currently in an outfitter, and we'll get you set up. They don't do that anymore. Really? Yeah. Or it's very rare. I should say that they do that because a lot of it is taken up. With current permits and also, I think they want to make sure that not every single acre of public ground is leased out to an end. That's a good call. Yeah, it is. It's a good balance, I think. Keeps outfits from guiding over one another. Yeah. And they will set permit boundaries, you know, like I can only go out to the Dave wood road and old highway 90s and divide road that creeks or ridges or roads..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"And then we try to cut it up like in the, you know, whatever, well, cubes. Big enough to boobs. Yeah. Okay. Maybe a little bigger than that. Yeah, just so it can handle going through there a little easier. I was just curious because I knew my dad's always like, oh, you got to trim all the silver skin off before it goes in the grinder. I'm like, man, I just feel like that's not the way that you would think that butchers at a butcher shop that's trying to maximize their productivity, especially during hunting season. They get a ton of animals. You would think that they would not care so much about, yeah. So I was like, man, it's got to be something we're doing. Yeah, I think, yeah. It's personal preference for sure. Again, we lean more towards removing as much of the silver skin as possible, but the other thing that we have going for us is we're just working with one hunter, we're not in a commercial situation where it's like we got to crank out 15 Elk a day. So get cut in and leave that silver skin. It's fine. So we got a little bit of a luxury there, just in terms of scale. That we're working on. So would you say that sharp knives are probably the biggest investment you can make if you're trying to Butch your own game? For sure. Sharp knives, good cutting like big cutting boards. And again, I'm speaking through the lens of Elk. If it's just deer obviously, you can do it in your kitchen. But Elk are hindquarters, big thing. It's the sizable. I think people underestimate how long it takes. And they get and they get fatigued. It's hard work. Halfway. It takes a long time. Even with two people to break down a whole and get it from an animal laying on the ground to a bunch of packages in your freezer, it takes a long time..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"That people typically don't take that you're always like, man, you got to take that because that's great. Table fare. Yeah, another good question. The shanks are definitely something. Historically, it's grind. Yeah. And we are the same way until we started messing around with them. So shanks are one that often get overlooked. I always try to push people on heart. But, you know, I would say the majority that maybe even strong majority just. Or no, I'll just say a majority. They're not interested in and there's something about it where they're like, eh, not so much. I think hearts phenomenal. Same thing when you do it right, you get all the tissue and so shanks, heart. That might be it as far as everything else from there is kind of straight. The thing was hard is people think of it as an organ, right? It's associated with a stomach, right? Because that's like your typical organ, but it's a straight muscle. It doesn't look, I mean, if you were to cut it up, put it in tacos, you can tell. Any difference. I always describe it as it's like, it's meat taste with almost like a liver texture. Yeah, it does have a little bit chewier kind of texture. But it's good. It tastes good. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. And we don't get too much into the, we've had a few hunters that, you know, they want the kidneys, they want the call fat. They're all in. Yeah. Which is cool. But that I would say with the folks that we get that's exception and not the norm. As I say, do you have many many clients taking the liver home? Yeah, I would say, same thing probably half. That's actually a lot better than I thought about it. I'm always surprised, because I'm not a liver guy. I've tried my best to be living..
"gallen" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"But be able to employ some of the talent skills that she had. And so that's when we sort of had this idea of me teaching folks the field component of hunting and skills and ethics and whatnot. And then if they're successful, then Anna can in our barn, we process it with the hunter to kind of get the whole timber to table. The whole experience. So that's what timber to table is. They're all late season cow hunts, primarily. And then dark timber outfitters, like I say in that sister deal. That's more of what you'd think of as like a traditional archery muzzle loader. Full season. Over the counter bull. Honestly he's been up there. And it fits more of the standard bill of what people think of within outfitter. Which the lodge is pretty sweet too. Yeah, just seeing patients get a lot of really good work with the lodge. I would dare to say he was pretty sweet, staying up there. Yeah, it's not, it's not the Ritz Carlton. It's like an off grid cabin, but it's in a sweet location, like you can hunt right from the from the cab in there, basically. And that's the Ritz Carlton the meat. That's what I'd rather have. I'd rather have that than a pool out front. That's for sure. No, it works for what it is, is how I say it to people. Yeah. It's not fancy, but it works for what we do up there. So I got a couple questions for you regarding kind of the stuff that you just said. The first one is butchering. I feel like is a very underappreciated art, even by me. I am ashamed to admit I really don't know much about butchering of processed, a few animals, but you know, back in my earlier days of hunting, we just take it to the game processor. They give us our meat back and steaks or whatever. Hamburger. I would say the last four years, you know, my parents, they got a bunch of game processing stuff. So I just basically go over to their house, anything I get, and I'll just cut everything up, make burger, make sausage. Package it up..
Rep. Jim Jordan: Democrats Wrongly Abuse the Reconciliation Process
"Congressman Jordan the original purpose of the reconciliation process was that both chambers and both parties would have to get together and work out their differences on spending Yeah It wasn't and it was set up originally by bob by Robert Berg for that specific purpose And one of his former aides said if he knew that it was going to be used for this he would never have supported it So they've completely perverted this process Have they not They have but what else have they perverted I mean what else have they done wrong What other rights in precedent happened they attacked and broken So this is this is just the nature of today's left and what they're up What they're up to But yeah yeah And Joe Biden had the gall to say Joe Biden had the gall to say that this bill $2 trillion was going to help inflation for good to say So yeah I mean this is today's left This is today's Democrat party that just keeps doing more and more harm to America
Biden and Pelosi Take Chutzpah to a Whole New Level
"You know, you have to have hotspot to be a Democrat in 2021. Don't you? Hotspot is a yiddish word. Means having gall. Rudely having a level of self confidence or audacity, huts, but. PAH. Folks like Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi have a master's degree in Hotspur. Their gene I mean, listen, they take hotspot to a whole new level. Pelosi of all people is at this in neverending climate change summit. Didn't that thing start about 9 months ago? It may never end. We're going to watch the climate change summit carry on through spring of 2023. Listen to what she said yesterday about the question is America back. Under Joe Biden, I'm not kidding you. This is a serious question from a CNN international reporter. Is America back listen to the Hutch but it takes for Nancy Pelosi to give the answer she gave. America is back our president was here. He had there were many successes that were achieved in collaboration, not dictation or condescension, but in collaboration with other countries, many of whom were ahead of us because we had, of course, the dark period of four years preceding the president's administration Biden's administration coming in. Can you imagine? The dark period of four. Now that's. Yeah, that dark period. Because nothing screams dark period like America gaining 7 million new jobs more than three times the government experts predictions, jobless claims of the 50 year low, unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in nearly 70 years. Poverty rates for African Americans and Hispanic Americans reach record lows. The bottom 50% of American households saw 40% increase in net worth wages rose fastest for low income and blue collar workers I mean, on and on. The list of accomplishments is 5 pages
Eating the Foods Your Genetic Background Needs With Dr. BJ Hardick
"I know you work obviously with different clients. All over the place in your clinic is in london ontario. Yes right and talk about your experience working with people and really helping them. Adapt more of a ketogenic and nate lifestyle using intermittent fasting. Things like that sure. Well the first thing just trying to move towards more of a ketogenic lifestyle when you're actually eliminating grains and sugars is even though there's a lot more awareness right now people still freak out when they're told you can't have grains you can't have sugar right and a lot of times people say well wait a second you know. These are foods of the earth. The mother nature gave us pineapples and oranges and pears. And all these things we tell those be bad for you. And i always go back to this and and i think first of all you have to recognize that people have different. Genetic backgrounds are gonna processed foods differently They're going to have different types of metabolism. Some people based on where they're where they're from the world may do better with one type of food than another but in principle when you think about the higher sugar foods and the ones grains that turn into sugars. You know the reality is you know. I'm a northern caucasian. I would not be from a part of the world are pineapples are growing year round saying well what would my culture have thrived now it starts to get a little dicey when through the years. Go on twenty two in me and you find out that five percent this. I said it's not always necessarily black or white. So i do believe in listening to your body and seeing how you should in the first place but the first thing is when you tell people to eliminate these foods that they could. Actually you know a mother. Nature's foods are god's people say well that's not right because i'm supposed to eat those tax and the reality is you have to also differentiate not just. How's your body's supposed to eat but are you really trying to deal with some type of illness or a disease because there are certain illnesses that can do better under certain diet programs even though those changes are associated with the cause of the best one for example is sealy people if need gluten but consuming. Gluten doesn't cause ceac right so same thing with you know if somebody has information and they have gall bladder issues while they probably shouldn't have a ton of fat all at once but just eating fat. Your whole lifetime isn't going to give you those gallbladder so we could go on and on and on about that i. I had a friend who was dealing with cancer not consuming any fruit. Well we've never suggested that consuming fruit gave you the cancer. But we do know that getting into this state where your body's not having relied on sugar is going to benefit the immune system to help nutrition. Yeah exactly so so you have to look at it. I doing this for some clinic. Some clinical name. Or am i doing this because it is just the way my body was designed writers
"gallen" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Zam 9 90 the answer sitting in for Christa gall in the 7 30 segment We've got an longtime friend of Chris Seagal and the show and that would be guy taraqi president and CEO of the Chester County Chamber of Commerce chamber of business and industry looking forward to talking to guy I have relatives whose last name of ceracchi So I'm wondering if we're related at some point It's possible It may have been Americanized a little bit in some way because it's a rocky Shut up Shut up Well if I'm gonna say it in the Italian way it's at all Keith Just like your name is so Right And actually if you go all the way back it's actually like Giotto Yeah so I'm an American man Just put the why where that eye is and just call me kayaking I'm totally Merck and American My mother's maiden name was fusco easy to say SCO But I have a feeling couple generations back It was something like Monte fusco and then they came through Ellis island and the guys looked at that and said what the heck is this You're their Monta or fusco choose And they chose Cusco They always lose letter somewhere along the way too It's amazing to think people making that journey I saw I saw a pizzeria well first of all Giuseppe Giuseppe is a very common Italian name right And it's spelled GI Unfortunately for Americans when we see a G we're not used to seeing an eye after it we're used to seeing a U after it Like guard like you know whatever Guide So I saw this pizzeria and it said gui supes pizza Gui seppi And I'm looking at it as a GUI SEP So I went in to the pizzeria and I asked to speak with Giuseppe And they said they said no Giuseppe is not here I said is his name a Giuseppe Or Giuseppe It's such a sappy It was an American a guy who did the design And he goes too much to change That I would not have noticed that That is good Italian knowledge there Christine It's being a very anal language speaker Maybe you know I teach I teach I teach language But that's so I love it That's so Italian that they just never fix the sign That's amazing We just keep it like a dad I know he wanted to say lady wasn't you problem Why you notice that these are never just happened just leave it like that Boy anyway So as I said in the next oh I wonder if guys related to patchy rocky Remember from KY Oh gosh I don't No I know I know I only listen for the school closing It's all stream.
"gallen" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Moving on. And so basically to kind of summarize the gallon is the nephew of King Arthur. He is the son of Morgan the fay, whose King Arthur's step sister half sister depends on the version of the legend you read. And so the basic framework stories are gall and it's kind of this, I don't know what the word is, but kind of carefree doesn't give a shit. Way about? Yeah. Kind of spoiled aristocrat at the beginning of the movie. And at the beginning of the story, that's kind of the gist of him is he really wants to prove himself worthy of his famous relatives. He just whores around doesn't really do anything worthwhile. Drinks and parties and he stumbles into bed. He's my hero. Yeah. He's the ever man. Yeah. Yeah. And so he wants to prove himself and he is at a banquet Christmas fast for King Arthur and his court. King Arthur is toasting everybody and a mysterious, you know, creature comes in humanoid creature. Summoned by his mom basically comes in and challenges everybody. Sir gallen answers and the game is basically it's like The Green Knight says, whatever below you give to me, I get to give back to you in a year and a day. And a day. And gallon chops his head off. And so, you know, basically, he has a year now to prepare to receive that retribution whenever. Presumably thinking that if he dropped that off, he wouldn't have to deal with it. Yeah. But instead, he picks up his head and just fucks off. He's like, all right, see you in a year in a day. Yeah, very sleepy hollow esque. Walks out with his severed head. Rides away with laughing, holding. Very sleepy hollow. Yes. And so basically the gist of the film is going venturing north, the people he meets along the way. It's his Odyssey to deal with. Possibly hasn't been in death, but either way, dealing with his ultimate fate. So what were our thoughts on the film? We'll start with Sean. Oh, God. It was really good. I mean, it was well shot. I mean, had a lot of long drawn out walking, I mean, that is the plot of the first I mean it's all the second act is just him walking, right? That's what most of the shots were. I think it was really well shot. It was reminiscent of a lot of other stuff that came out at a 24. You got a lot of midsummer vibes. I watched it video on a man at home. So I got to watch it with subtitles because that's the way to do it. I can't hear people speaking all the time and then also there's really loud music and then there's really low talking. So there was a ton of ominous music playing. The subtitle ominous music playing popped up constantly. Which is I think perfect for this movie it was just very there was a vibe to it. Those very off putting. You know, you were always kind of uncomfortable with what's going on..
The Life of Julius Caesar
"Guys julius caesar was born in july one hundred bc in suburbia a city of rome. His parents were nobles in the city. They were well known but not rich as a young boy julius. Caesar started his education at the young age of six and learned important skills from his tutor. He was taught to develop excellent speaking skills and exceptional leadership qualities. It was only because his parents wanted him to become a noble just like them and even become a king someday. By the time he turned six his father passed away and he became the head of the household. All of the responsibilities of the house. Were now his and he had to represent his house. In the court of nobles at the age of seventeen julius got married to cornelia the daughter of a powerful politician during that time there was a fight between his two uncles. Julius didn't want to fight with his family members and thought it was foolish so to escape the fight. He joined the army and left rome while in the army. Julius fought many wars and became a brave warrior who started getting recognition in the army quickly began to reach higher and higher ranks in the government. He made friends with many influential leaders namely crassus who has a wealthy businessman and general pompey. Who was the best military commander back then. Influential means having power and wealth. By the time. Caesar returned to rome. He was famous among the people and was loved widely due to his victories and his good speaking skills by the age of forty he was elected as the console. Console was the uppermost rink in the roman government similar to a president. He remained in this position for one year then. He was appointed the governor of a province named gall as a result he was granted four legions. Legions are large groups of soldiers in the military who protect the cities and during wars fight
FDA Grants Accelerated Approval for Alzheimer's Drug
"So what would this pike. Sp if it didn't start with an update on adam damian's favorite drug guys. There's more news on that front this week. Catch us up right so the hot off. The presses aspect came out just thursday morning which is that. The fda restricted the label for which you helm is approved basically advising doctors to prescribe the drug solely to patients who mostly matched the population in which it was studied in face retrials this. I mean the implications of this we can. We can kind of talk about but you know one of the shocking things really probably to me. The most shocking thing on the day that agile home was approved was the breadth of the fda's label. The drug was indicated for anyone with alzheimer's disease at any stage of the disease regardless of what their sort of brain biology was. And as we know this drug is meant to clear out plaques from the brain that purported to contribute to the advanced alzheimer's and so that label was was fairly galling honestly and so the fda mostly walking it back to what people had expected for those people who even expected approval. was interesting. I feel like it might have fewer implications for the way the drug is actually used. Because i think that physicians indefinitely biogen were thinking that that it would only go to to this narrower group of patients but maybe just has more more implications for our fixation on the fda and what is going on there.
Even Criminal Enterprises Have Reputations to Think About
"Fbi says a group called dark side was behind the ransomware attack that forced colonial pipeline to shut down its operations last week. Dark side is believed to have roots in eastern europe possibly russia and is fairly new but like a lot of these ransomware groups. It's pretty pr savvy. It's got a mailing list press releases a hotline for victims. It's a topic for quality assurance where we take a second. Look at a big tech story. Brian krebs is an investigative journalist for krebs unsecurity. Then he wrote a story this week walking through a dark side negotiation with another recent victim. Who wants reassurance that if they pay the ransom the hackers will actually give them their data back and won't sell or share it with anyone during the exchange. The hacker says basically ask around well. In general ransomware groups need to maintain a reputation right and they try very hard to excel at things like customer service and they do talk about their victims as customers. Which is you know galling. But that's the way they look at it and they're they're available twenty four seven if you want to talk to him and if you if you pay them They may even give you a report on how they broke it. And what you need to do to fix your stuff. It's so weird on one hand these are seemingly some of the least trustworthy but on the other hand they're kind of asking these what unquote customer to trust them. We will do what we say. How do they build that. Trust well through a mix of coercion and threats it practical terms these contracts that they have that they come cobble together with their end zone where people they're not worth the pixels displayed on right. I mean i think a great many cases victims are kind of over a
When Healthcare Gets Politicized
"One of the most galling things that we've seen over the last year how in some states politicians have exploited this moment to try to further restrict access to the reproductive healthcare that every woman in our country should have access to. Can you talk a bit about how you responded to that as an organization but also how you've supported your providers in your patients for whom this isn't just political rhetoric. It's it has deeply personal. Covert gave us a real peek behind the curtain. To why a world without row would look like we saw at the beginning of the pandemic politicians across the country particularly those hostile to sexual reproductive health. Were using the pandemic as a cover to limit access to abortion and what we saw was not people not seeking access to abortion and sexual reproductive healthcare. We saw people in fact getting in their cars and driving fifteen hours from texas to colorado. Because they were seeking. They needed to live full and free lives. We know that without row. Roughly twenty five million women are going to be in states with respect ends might not have access and so the work that we've had to do as an organization with our partners has had to think about what is the infrastructure. Look like how do we support the travel hoped you. We support through telehealth. Where will the fights be. Move into our contentious state legislative season to ensure that the majority of people who support access to sexual and Healthcare aren't thwarted by a vocal
Sexual misconduct suit against James Franco tentatively settled
"The parties involved in a sexual misconduct case against actor James Franco have reached a settlement. MPR's Elizabeth Blair reports, The two actors who filed the suit have agreed to drop their claims. In 2019 Sarah to their Kaplan and Tony Gall alleged that James Franco's studio for acting school sexually exploited female students. The complaint also alleged fraud and sought to represent more than 100. Former female students at the now defunct studio for in the settlement agreement to their Kaplan and Gall agreed to drop their individual claims. Sexual exploitation class claims will also be dismissed. According to the party's joint Status report. The allegations of fraud will be quote subject to a limited release. It is not clear whether money will be involved in the
New York Gov. Cuomo blames Covid deaths on nursing home staff
"But fall out continues from what some are calling. The Cuomo cover up of nursing home death numbers. Certainly in the pandemic, the New York governor forced to face their growing scandal that he has been running from. In a press conference Monday, Andrew Cuomo said the state didn't cover up nursing home deaths. Homo, blaming nursing home staff for bringing Cove it into the facilities staff walking into the nursing home, where asymptomatic because the national experts will told us You could only spread covert. If you had symptoms. Cuomo isn't getting any love from his fellow New York Democrats, either. Senator Jessica Ramos tweeting people died and Cuomo lied. Then he had the gall to write a book. Alex was Jackie a
New York Gov Cuomo blames Covid deaths on nursing home staff
"Fall out continues from what some are calling the Cuomo cover up of nursing home death numbers, certainly in the pandemic in New York governor forced to face their growing scandal that he has been running from. In a press conference Monday, Andrew Cuomo said the state didn't cover up nursing home deaths. Cuomo blaming nursing home staff for bringing Cove it into the facilities staff walking into the nursing home where asymptomatic Because the national experts will told us you could only spread covert if you had symptoms. Cuomo isn't getting any love from his fellow New York Democrats, either. Senator Jessica Ramos tweeting people died and Cuomo lied. Then he had the gall to write a book. Alex was Jackie a
Defense Department pauses plan to vaccinate Guantanamo detainees
"The pentagon is announcing their pausing their plan to vaccinate the inmates at guantanamo. Apparently somebody in the public affairs shop depending on the new guy. John kirby maybe you remember him. When he was a pentagon spokesman when he was a navy admiral he was third. And then he i forget he resurfaced as state department in civilian sued. Now he's back with a biden administration easy assistant secretary of defense for public affairs and he released a day earlier today after after considerable pushback from family members of nine eleven victims as we come up on the twenty th anniversary of by the way who couldn't believe that the mastermind of nine eleven was going to get a vaccine before americans are any american and he tweeted out. Quote no guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated. Were pausing the plan to move forward. As we review force protection protocols we remain committed to our obligations. Keep our troops safe close going so in other words. He's trying to say oh. No no no. We're going to vaccinate all the troops first and then if there's any left college muhammad will get it still. Pretty pretty galling
"gallen" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
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"gallen" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Morning answer with Chris the gall fast Eddie Caiazzo here, let's join a conversation between Chris and Donald Trump Jr. You know, it's just as you look at it all as you look at the media silence on the Tony Bo Belinsky story. As you look at the clearly squelching the violence in Philadelphia, both CNN and MSNBC are fanning the flames at this hour of covert. Fauci is out there. It's worse. It's gonna get worse with dark winter's coming. We see it. We all understand what's going on. Nobody understands it better. Then our next guest, Donald Trump Jr. Don, It's great to have you back, sir. Good morning. Thank you. You to be with you. How you guys were doing great. I kind of set the table. I guess what is obvious? You know well, and we all understand Well, I've never seen anything quite like it, though. It's so obvious. Let's not talk about the corruption. Let's not talk about the violence. Let's try to scare the Holy hell out of people on Cove ID. Clearly, that's the strategy. It's pretty sick. You now have everything. Times about 1000 that they hoped and dreamed that I was doing or my family was doing Hunter Biden was actually doing. I mean, you have a Navy intelligence officer who's a Democrat donor. Right for years, saying, Yeah, I was there. Joe knew 100%. This was part of their racket like you have the most corrupted candidate, the most compromised candidate in the history of the U. S presidency. They won't even talk about it. You think that I don't know A Tony bubble in ski has less or more credibility than the people. They feel that in the Russia hopes You know these these crazy that European spies working with Russian agents to create and fabricate a host that everyone was rolling their eyes about. You know, they had no problem peddling. You know the nonsense P tape. Like that's going to be real. I mean, it's insane. But you have now a navy admiral patriot saying, Hey, I was there here the receipts. The emails are real notice. No one from the biting campaigns even didn't hang that The emails are real. When they say that the meeting happened. Well, it wasn't on his official calendars. Wonderful. Did it happen? It's not answering the question. I wouldn't put meeting with corrupt Ukrainian or Russian oligarchs. Whatever it is Like I wouldn't put that in my calendar. I've done your family. I mean, when, when? A When A German ambassador stays the night at your hotel in D. C. It's you know, we talk about a monuments Clauses. Debates on cable news, for God's sakes. This is a no. Go nuts on that, By the way, we give that money back to the government. So does my father gives his salary back to the government. Joe Biden's been selling the U. S government and access making millions. I mean, you think you think the changes gave Hunter 1.5 billion because he's a great investor? I don't think so. We've seen the pictures. That's $30 million a year and fused to the Biden family. You think they're gonna be tough on China? That's probably why Joe Biden refuses to acknowledge that this virus came from China because he's on their payroll. Selling out America and our future. You think he's gonna be tough on them? Hold them accountable for Corona. He can't even admit that it comes from there. What ludicrous what's going on with the Democrats these days, and they're fielding the most corrupt candidates in the history of politics. Because the media refuses to even look at them. Had they done 1% a tiny fraction of the amount of diligence that they did for the last four years on my family and myself trying to throw me in jail, calling my father and agent in Russia had they done One little thing. They would have seen this. And they couldn't feel that someone who isn't owned by the Chinese who isn't owned by the Russians, who have been owned by the Ukrainians with cosmic sounded like I get how insane that is. I mean, notice how Hunter Biden is not doing business with any like, you know, regimes that aren't like it's that he's not doing business with friends. No, he's not doing business with England. You know he's doing business with the most corrupt regimes in the world. They're like this is fine. How about the one the one lone reporter outside Jim Biden, Joe Biden's brother, There's one lone reporter shouting idea of anything to say about these tapes and Jim Biden carrying a grocery bag and leave me alone. I'm struck it. Have you got the brother of Joe Biden and his son are in hiding, and no one's even curious about them. You guys get rectal exams. Every member of your family. People have married into your Family are scrutinized every day. I did. I did 30 hours of congressional testimony. They accused me of doing a small fraction of tiny little friendship of what hundreds actually been doing. There's no call for a special counsel. There's no call for an investigation. 30 hours of testimony before the house and Senate intelligence committees like they wanted to put me in jail. Turns out it was all nonsense. But it didn't stop him for trying for four years. Now. You have people. You have evidence. You have the receipt. You've got hard drives. There's why your transfers from corrupt Putin associates. I mean, we're gonna let this go. You're gonna give that guy his father, the presidency of the United States. I mean, they ridiculous. It's absolutely ridiculous. Take it personal because I've been through a lot. Donald Trump Jr joins us your five days to go on this campaign. I wondered. Is this something the American people are going to get to here or it's just you were just gonna have to let it go because There's nothing that can be done. Is it Cove it. Here's what all that is to part. I'm sorry, but I'm long winded because obviously the media's trying to scare the hell out of everybody with covert. Biden clearly thinks mask mandates and covert talk is what's going to get people out for him. Your your father and your campaign brilliantly, I think have said no, we got to move on. We can do this. There's there's another way. So what's the message? Is it Is it covert focused or is it this corruption focus had any occasion combination of every Thing. I mean, you know Joe Biden. He would love to shut down the country forever. But notice I put it up on my instagram yesterday if I went through the CDC data, and I basically ran it into a spreadsheet so that it's a little bit more. You viewable. Reason they're seeing more test cases pop up is because they're doing 100 times the testing. They now have the capabilities of that because Donald Trump cut the regulations to be able to develop new testing. More people show up. But if you look at the important statistic, which is the death rate, it's down to almost nothing. Okay. I mean, you know, no magically. The flu is also totally gone right with $75,000 from flu last year. Now you have the 1500 this year. This is what about the flu? No, it hasn't. But they're just attributing everything to Kobe. Because that's their logic. It's fear. Joe Biden. No, he says Mass. That's wonderful. Why was he 12 weeks late, wanting to shut down the country from the epicenter of a viral outbreak that remember that was racist, xenophobic. Now the Chinese in things, though they shut down travel to Beijing into Shanghai from Wuhan. Because it's common sense. They let it spread to the rest of the world again. China owns Joe Biden, so he's not gonna He's not capable of thing that but we can't shut down our country again. Donna, you look at the actual death rate. When you look at the statistics, it's after nine to do so it would do so much more damage to our families to our mental health to alcoholism and Greg abuse. If people were losing their jobs, losing their business is losing their families. Because Joe Biden would say, You know what? Let's just shut down for another five years, your kids can learn from their iPhone. We'll figure that out. It doesn't work. It's a ridiculous plan. But the Democrats and all those experts, you know, quote unquote expert, you know. They haven't been right yet. I've seen models for six months..