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CNN 5 Things September 15, 2021  9am ET

CNN 5 Things

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CNN 5 Things September 15, 2021 9am ET

"This podcast is brought to you by indeed dot com. Hello from cnn. I'm jerry beck with the five things. You need to know for wednesday september. Fifteenth gavin newsom has held onto his job as governor of california according to cnn projections. I'm humble and grateful to the millions and millions of californians that exercise their fundamental right took vote and express themselves so overwhelmingly by rejecting the division nissan has claimed the victory and was defeating the regal by an overwhelming margin. His biggest opponents in the vote was conservative. Talk show host larry elder. You has acknowledged neeson's wind but lucy cavanaugh says people at elders election events were optimistic at the start of the count interesting evening. The campaign has build at the events of may quote party all night. The band had been playing. The alcohol was flowing. The mood was celebratory up until the networks. The news. networks begin calling the election for current governor gavin news chairman of the joint chiefs general mark. Milly is facing calls to resign following bombshell revelations in a new by bob woodward and robert costa according to the book after trump lost the election the top. Us general was so concerned that then president trump's actions could lead to war with china that he made to secret kohl's to his chinese counterpart to reassure him and take action to limit trump from potentially ordering a dangerous military strike. Milly reportedly told a chinese military leader that if the us were going to attack he would call ahead of time. He's what donald trump had to say about this on newsmax yesterday so first of all if it is actually true which is hard to believe that he would have called a china and done these things and was willing to advise them of an attack or in advance of an attack then treason and i would think i've had so many calls today saying that's treason. One of the coors came two days off the henry six insurrection with woodward and costa writing that many was certain that trump had gone into a serious mental decline. We'll bring you more on this story. As it develops a permanent south carolina lawyer has admitted to arranging for a man to shoot him in the head so his son could collect a ten million dollar life insurance payouts. Alex motor were short on september fourth but survived the incident. According to an affidavit fall by authorities motto has admitted he all sixty one year old curtis edward smith to shoot him in the head and provided smith with the gun. Smith has been charged with assisted suicide and conspiracy to commit insurance fraud among other charges. He's admitted being present at the shooting and to disposing of the firearm. In june muddles wife and son was shot and killed the day after. He resigned from his nor firm if allegations he had misappropriated funds both north and south korea tested missiles today in a dramatic escalation of tensions in one of the world's most volatile regions. The move comes just days after cruise missile tests by the north with more from seoul. His paula hancocks sydney. Be in a very busy day on the korean peninsula. Missile launches on both sides of the dnc starting with north korea to ballistic short range missiles. And just a few hours later. We saw south korea launching a submarine launched ballistic missile. The first time it says that it has successfully done that and hit its target now. President moon said it wasn't in response to north korean provocation but the fact that it is increasing its missile arsenal is capabilities. Could well be a good deterrence for north korea and police in florida. Say a mother has been reunited with her daughter. More than thirteen years. After the goal was abducted jacqueline hernandez was just six years old when she was taken back in two thousand seven the now nineteen year old truck down her mother on social media according to clement police and managed to get in touch with her she said she was in mexico and austin meets at the border and with the help of state and federal agencies and undesired identity was confirmed and the pair were reunited. You're up to date. We'll be back at noon eastern with the latest headlines whenever you want them and wherever you all when you're running a business when is it convenient to go to the post office lunch break saturday. How about never join the nearly one million businesses using stamps dot com get discounts up to forty percent of post office rates and now up to sixty six percent off. Ups shipping rates go to stamps dot com. Click on the microphone and enter code. Cnn n. n. For a four week. Trial plus free postage and an easy to use digital scale. Sign up at stamps dot com. Click the microphone and enter code cnn.

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McCarthy falsely claims Trump was cleared of any wrongdoing in Jan. 6 probe

All In with Chris Hayes

44:25 min | Last month

McCarthy falsely claims Trump was cleared of any wrongdoing in Jan. 6 probe

"Tonight on all election integrity is now law in texas moves to suppress the vote. The republican front runner puts the big lie to work in california. The twenty twenty election in my opinion was fool of shenanigans. And my the're gonna try that In this election right here in recall tonight the insidious evidence free movement to undermine elections everywhere. That would you comply with the committee's request to testify jim. This isn't a committee why the january sixth select committee is chastising kevin mccarthy as their requests for evidence begin to come in plus is colorado redistricting about to congressman. Joe goose against republican learn beaubourg. I'll ask congressman goose about his chances tonight and at a school starts around the country the key tool on top vaccines and masking. That could keep kids and their families safe all in starts right now. Good evening from new york. I'm chris as the first big high stakes political test of the by era and the post trump era is happening one week from today. It's the recall election of california's democratic governor gavin news. Now right wing forces have come together to try to remove newsom and the person currently best position to replace him. If the recall is successful is a man by the name of larry elder. We've talked about on the show. He's a he's a far-right talk. Radio host been one for years governing experience. He opposes abortion rights and the minimum wage recently told interviewer that he would replace diane feinstein. If anything happened tour with republican he mentors former trump adviser stephen miller of all people tolls even hilary wants to see him be president and crucially. Larry elder is also spreading the big lie. The twenty twenty election in my opinion was full of shenanigans. And my fear going to try that In this election right here in recall some urging people to go to elect elder dot com. Whenever you see anything hear anything suspicious go to my website. We have a battery of lawyers. We're gonna foul within a timely fashion this time. Is this snooping on your neighbors for suspicious. Activity is kind of fad right now and right wing politics and in addition to one of the highest pulling candidates in the race pushing nonsense about voter fraud. There's been a slew of disinformation going viral online. One of those most circulated rumors which really really got around about an incident last month in torrance california. Where a man was found passed out in his car and a seven eleven parking lot among the many items found the car were a loaded firearm drugs thousands of pieces of mail thousands including more than three hundred unopened belan balance special election according to police. Now some far-right websites pounced on this and claimed was evidence of democrats trying to steal the election but the local police department called those claims quote baseless saying there's no indication one way or the other right now. Okay let's take a step back here and remember we're talking about california right. I mean if new recalled and elder were elected a seismic shocking shocking upset. It would change the politics the country right but at the same time. It should not be shocking to conservatives that it's an uphill battle for them to win statewide office in the big blue state of california. And i think it's revealing. They have already begun to see the big lie as the explanation for the outcome of this recall race already. There are folks that are blaming it on the various forces that want to stymie conservatives by stealing election instead of what is true again. We don't know what's a week from now. Could go either way. But the possibility that larry elder's ideas right like women should not be able to have abortions for instance are just unpopular or that after four years donald trump californians may not want to put a right-wing talk radio host in charge of the fifth largest economy in the world. Here's a thing. And the case the california recall you can see how insidious and also how weirdly useful malleable. This big lie is how much sort of looms overall conservative politics every election stolen will then you never have to confront. The reality is why he lost. Maybe agree with your policies which is generally the case for conservatives in california who have not had a great run of it recently. The big lie is also super useful for one man in particular donald trump. Personally and he's the one who is cultivated the most that's probably an accident. i mean. Think about it. This is right. We've had three one term presidents in the last several decades who lost their bid for reelection after being elected by the general public Since nineteen jimmy carter her george h w bush donald trump. Jimmy carter george w bush we're not wielding outsize influence in their respective parties after being rejected by voters far from it carter returned to his hometown in georgia focused. On human rights and diplomacy bush awesome moved back home to houston and lived in mostly private life. In fact being a loser tends to be detrimental to your political influence. People don't come running to you for advice. And donald trump a loser. He squandered the advantages of incumbency and yet retains near total control of the republican party in part because he has fostered the big lie. Right this false story about fraud. That trump and his party created continue to spread. Well it also plays an incredibly useful role in their efforts to tilt the playing field in their favor. They are still working harder to make still working to make it harder for who might lean democratic to vote most recent example one of the most egregious today republican governor greg abbott of texas signed into law that new restrictive voting bill and it bans measures. Put into place to make it easier to vote like twenty four hour. Drive thru. Voting also prohibits election officials from sending unsolicited absentee ballots to voters and promoting voting by mail. It increases access for partisan poll-watchers which is a really really gnarly provisioning. Their governor abbott is dutifully spreading. His party's lies feeding the ongoing conspiracy that there's widespread election fraud. And that's the reason for the new bill out today claiming that this new restrictive law is good for the enfranchisement of texans. The texas law. It does make it easier than ever before anybody to go cast a ballot at does also have where however make sure that it is harder for people to cheat at the ballot box in texas fascinating thing there right notice i mean partly it's how you delivered line but the easier to vote gets no applause harder. Cheat gets all the applause now notice. He said lo. Make it harder to cheat right. That's always the justification. It doesn't really scam in this case or any case we have to keep people from cheating but that's always the justification we know. It's totally baseless. I mean in the case of texas right they. They ran the experiment in texas. Last year was fascinating. We covered it. It was one of the most interesting things to happen. In voting rights recently in harris county which is where houston is located officials are introduced a bunch of these new measures that are now banned specifically. I think because they were successful in harris county. Like for instance dry through polling places in twenty four hour voting. There was no cheating an election security task force even investigated and found nothing. In fact think about it for a second. Why would coming in a car be more open to cheating than walking in. Why would voting at ten o'clock at night. Be more cheat friendly than ten. Am it doesn't make any sense. Republicans in texas also did well in twenty twenty elections. They won a bunch of contested house seats. Donald trump won the state more than five points even with huge turn out in blue harris county. Where a lot of these new methods implemented. So what's the big deal. That should be nothing for republicans to fear in texas elections and yet yet. What are they doing. They're scared enough to take proactive steps. To make it harder for those folks to vote people that work shifts for instance that would make it easier. Vote at night right to limit the number of people who can cast a ballot or at least have the opportunity to those dussault all to make it harder to cheat and so the lies continue to spread. it's everywhere now from california texas everywhere in between different states now banding about the idea of their own audits of the twenty twenty elections. The big lies become so ubiquitous. So insidious and it's marshaled. In so many ways it is now. I think fundamentally an obstacle the basic mechanisms of democratic accountability and feedback in an almost existential way. If every loss fraud or cheating you're not buying into actual contest elections some determination of democratic politics. You're living in a different world. You're trying to bring out about something. That is not really a democracy. Christian metaph is the harris county attorney. Who's part of a lawsuit. Challenging the new restrictive voting law. The texas governor. Greg abbott signed. Today it's good to have you I maybe tell me a bit about the lawsuit that you are part of To try to block the law. That the the governor state signed into law today. Here's straighter mouth representing her in a lawsuit against governor and other actors at state we're joined alongside of rains over justice and several other organizations including the mexican american bar association of texas faith-based organizations instead of organizations all have the same goal in mind that's to make it easier for old sacks and participate in the political process the governor in signing. St one is made more difficult. So we're taking to in. Notre is navigate for folks who vote as someone who is the attorney for this county that implemented many of these these policies. I'm just curious. What do you say when you hear him. Say harder to cheat in a in a law that will get rid of some of the the the voting methods that your county sort of pioneered leaders in texas their justifications for restricting voting laws or Originally it was the language that represented a briscoe. Cain had initial of the bill. Back by regular session was to ensure purity at ballot-box We all know what that means and then from there to ensuring uniformity across the state but what we know. Be true that repeal the federal appellate court that covers texas at a nine zero decision rejected. That were by republican presidents. They said that there is little or no proven. Incidents of in person voting for is simply isn't true. It's the big lie that was perpetuated by donald trump is not being pushed by members of the sang party at level so that they can undermine the innovations that were taken in harris county voter access during the pendant they'd stock Boating certain ways editor some republicans came. I thought quite close to just coming out and saying what they're on about here when back earlier this summer house bill to forty one which called for an independent third party appointed by the state's top. Gop officials conduct a forensic audit of results in counties not all counties only counties with more than four hundred and fifty thousand people of the thirteen counties that met that criteria ten voted for biden last year. This is the subtext often. Just stated explicitly that the big counties urbanized and often more demographically diverse. That's the place. Where the where. The bad votes are it's right. It's aimed at the counties and cities that have hattiesburg but leaders who have been elected a look the folks who are safe for years recording from investigator that inspired a couple of years ago. He said he wanted the next legislative session to be the worst. In the history of the legislator for counties in each scene that borne out by lost like this law at the abortion ban that was passed recently and the other laws that are mantra is never been to undermine the growing versity that represents are safe you know when the french law school infringe on my life living at the states. They think that our state is a representation of what we often the nonsense bills. They but it's not. Our states have large urban popular series that version for that game. And that's why we. Bob was lost at the show. Nakisa state leaders but volts across the country that we're not going to sit back and let you infringe on our right to this little process all right christian menefee who is the attorney for harris county which has joined that suit with those other outfits as well to challenge new law signed today. Thank you sir. Thank jingle eras. An opinion communists the los angeles times. We've been writing about the recall. Her most recent column is titled. How anti california propaganda and racism are driving the recall. She's also author of hatemonger. Stephen miller donald trump and the white nationalist agenda june this this story about the individual who was apprehended interested with a weapon and drugs and a ton of mail that had nothing to do with ballots and bounce. It really took off among certain circles particularly right wing websites and this is a perfect example of how this works texas. Gop tweeting it. Saying here's an example of mail in vote fraud. That espy one. That's the law. They just passed a republican election integrity. Bill would make legal. Is this the kind of voting democrats. Want how how. How wide play did that story get in in conservative circles in california while extremely where they i mean just information from republicans has played an its rule so far in pools in the leading up to the election. I mean the latino vote and california's gonna play a decisive role. In the outcome and early polls showed latinos strongly supporting the recall and supporting recalling newsom and part of that is the fact that there was so much disinformation on social media that was specifically targeting latinos. Things like the idea of voter fraud. I had relatives of mine. Latino relative sending me that very story that you're talking about you know believing in it and it has been incredibly whites spread but but now that newsome is is making more of an effort to campaign in these communities of color. That will be decisive in the outcome. Some of that is beginning to change. And now you see polls reflecting that something like sixty six percent of latino voters support trump of eight percent of voters in general not trump. I'm sorry i support the Are against the recall and support keeping newsom and and and they are the ones who are driving the fact that now california voters are largely in favor of keeping newsom in office. It's interesting to see this I saw some conservative pundits. Saying you know again speculating. That like some sort of you know. Nefarious activities would be to blame if if if some were to stay. It does seem elders. Politics are a key problem here. Republicans and you would think this would occasion some soul-searching right. I mean they kevin falconer. For instance is running. He's the mayor of san diego. He's not someone that. I don't think liberal democrats would like the guy and they certainly don't wanna replace news with them but he would be a more plausible sort of alternative but elder is the one that the base wants. That is attracting the attention and rather than doing some soul-searching about that you sort of see this retreat to the kind of stories about. They're out to get us exactly. I mean because the election this election is fundamentally about discrediting the idea that a multiracial democracy can work and discrediting the idea that progressive policies that embrace racial diversity actually strengthen the economy and improve safety for everyone and that is the reason that the recall was launched. In the first place i mean it was launched by anti-immigrant native who were upset by gavin newsom pro pro emigrant policies some latino leaders tommy. He's been the most pro. Latino governor we've ever seen you know prioritizing high risk latino areas for kovic relief extending health insurance to undocumented seniors providing pandemic assistance to essential workers including the undocumented ones and investing more heavily in public education which helps working class californians. Were all the the nanny governor. We've ever seen So that's the reason. They launched the recall. All you have to look at the voter information guide comes at the balata talks about how newson was essentially too friendly to let the nose and this is the reason that you see larry elder in the league because larry elder represents that white supremacist worldview. And i know it sounds crazy to a lot of people because of the fact that he is a black man but he has made a career out of advancing white supremacist talking points even quoting a well-known white supremacist named jared taylor who believes in a white majority united states and constantly maligns black and brown communities and he quoted him and this man shaped theory elders belief systems. He's the reason that stephen miller believes a lot of the things that he did they wrote in my book. You know he mentored. Stephen miller from the time that stephen miller was a teenager introduced him to this idea. That if you deny the fact of systemic racism and you malign and demonize black and brown communities. You're not necessarily racist because here's a black man as housing these leafs as well but that's obviously completely false. Elder has taken the new face of white supremacy line and sort of appropriate to its own which now begins his his campaign. Talks with that line with to sort of say. Like this is ridiculous but people should check out your book and check out your relationship. Stephen miller gene guerrero. Thank you so much next. Despite house minority leader kevin mccarthy is varied attempts to derail the investigation into january six. The committee's work keeps turning. Remember the massive document requests from a couple of weeks ago records communications from that day. Well the deadline for those document requests to those big telecom companies. Is this week. We'll talk about what we could learn right. After this as the house january six select committee moves forward with its investigation into the causes of the insurrection. Republicans trying to pull a jedi mind trick and just make everyone forget about everything they said and did leading up to that day last week in response to the house. Select committee requesting telecom companies preserve the phone records of a group of republican lawmakers house minority leader kevin mccarthy threaten those telecom companies. Not to comply saying a future republican. Majority would punish them this week. During an appearance on a local news programs home district mccarthy tried to scrub the record clean for donald trump. The other question the democrats want to know is how deeply was. The president involve interesting about that. That's where law enforcement grants. The fbi has investigated this. The senate had bipartisan committees. And come back and you know what they have found that there's no involvement but this is purely political and house. Nancy pelosi has handled this That's interesting it seems like mccarthy is basing that claim. Oh this is interesting. Guess what this year off this reuters. Report that sites. Four anonymous current and former law enforcement officials but the january. Six committee's chairman democrat bennie thompson. Vice chair republican liz. Cheney shot that down saying quote when this anonymous report was first published the select committee query the executive branch agencies and congressional committees involved investigation. We've received answers and briefings from the relevant entities and it's been made clear to us that reports. Such a conclusion are baseless we'll continue pursue all elements of this investigation in a nonpartisan and thorough manner. Investigation is likely to have something to show this week two weeks ago. That was when the january six committee demanded records from eight federal agencies relating to the attack involving or related to more than thirty people including rudy giuliani mark meadows trump's chief of staff trump's three children. Ivanka trump eric trump and donald trump junior first lady. Melania trump former national security adviser. Michael flynn and former white house. Chief strategist steve. Bannon chairman thompson set a deadline of january. September ninth for the records. And that is this thursday aspirin soup sang's senior political reporter for the daily beast the author of the swamp trump's minions and misfits poison washington and. He joins me now. When let's first start on that document requests. This is different than the telecom companies. Obviously because it's federal agencies and those federal agencies are in a position to furnish This stuff this is not something we anticipate. I think to get hung up in court. What is your understanding. Well minor standing. Is that for the past several weeks. Trump has been huddling with close advisors attorneys trying to game plan. Different ways To address these different requests and as you mentioned There are different. Facets to this investigations when it comes to documents or phone records request to try to see which elements he will be able to try to stall investigation if not completely hobbled probably not completely opposite by invoking executive privilege that may sound weird guys some of your yours because donald j trump is obviously no longer leader of the free world. But it's something. He and his lawyers have actively been discussing behind the scenes to try to use to make sort of an argument about not just his presidency. But all future presidencies i guess including joe biden's and the funny thing is when you talk to people spoken to trump about this in recent weeks or even days They will tell you that one of the people. He brings up most frequently when he talks about the executive privilege. Arguments is former white house chief of staff mark meadows and he. He gets in a little bit of a tizzy about any white house. Chief of staff should have to submit to this quote harassment. Kevin mccarthy cover mccarthy's answering the local news program was interesting and i thought the response from thompson. Cheney was also interesting you integrate piece about just sort of recalling a thing that had sort of vanished down the memory hole which is that mccarthy himself and other republicans had called for some kind of increase to january six and so you sort of followed up on that and found that basically. There's no. i mean not surprising. No appetite that for that anymore. Chris would it shock your audience of this maybe wasn't the most good faith declaration of festive intention. I'm this was a situation. Where back in. July kevin mccarthy said in response to moves it nancy pelosi other were making that republicans would mount their own sort of counter investigation to trot counter narrative. About what happened in the lead up and during the january sixth pro-trump riot on capitol hill so obviously time has passed months pass followed up with various sources on around capitol hill and elsewhere in the senior ranks of the republican party to ask. If there's been any movement on this whatsoever we couldn't we could find barely a shred of evidence in fact probably less than that actually is movement on it. It's something that even donald trump has moved on from doesn't care about anymore. This was almost certainly unless something. Dramatically changes another. Hey hey look at the shiny object over here. Attempted a trick that the republican party has been doing basically ever since january set that letter from house republicans to the telecom companies and. That's going to be a very interesting partly. Because become mccarthy is subject appears his record part of that records request that could be a big kind of showdown. There might be legal implications a bunch house. Republicans writing to them including brian to mercer mayor. Who is left. Yahoo like four years ago was the currency. Oh so. I'm not sure who is doing the staff work. They're not a great look to basically make real the kind of threats that that mccarthy and others have offer right and it goes to show the amount of care and the level of seriousness they are approaching the actual legal or constitutional. Who's come with a big investigation and congressional probe like this and it's yet another example of how especially during the donald trump era and after it that republicans have largely disposed with this idea of leaving big business alone. And having this sort of small government conservatism that was barely hanging by sinew before donald trump came along as leader of the free world. But it's something that they completely toward the maciel off during the presence. Where every nightmare. They have about a socialist or four left. Democrat getting into the white house or taking the reins in washington. Dc and cracking down on big business. They doing exactly that so they can protect their dear leader. The former celebrity apprentice hosts donald trump. Yes although i will say is largely rhetorical. Insofar as every one of those telecom companies got a very big fat corporate tax rate cut that has been massively beneficial to their shareholders. Su- sang. thanks as always appreciate it. Quick programming note. Make sure you tune in tomorrow. Night as msnbc and peacock will premiere memory box. Echoes of nine. Eleven it's a brand new documentary looking back on september eleventh personal testimonials recorded from a video booth in the wake of the attack now the same eye-witnesses returned reflect on the last twenty years memory. Box airs tomorrow commercial. Free ten pm eastern right here on. Msnbc can be streamed exclusively on peacock still ahead tonight. Colorado congressman joanna. Goose is here to explain why he could be running his reelection campaign against congresswoman loren. Beaubourg stick around. I will carry my firearm in. Dc and in congress. This caused outrage from democrats and the media. Why it's our job in congress. Defend your rights including your second amendment. And that's exactly what i'm here to do. That is congressman lauren. Bobber she is super into. Guns is hard to believe. She has only been in congress for eight months sworn into her first term representing colorado thursday district third district. Just this past. January bogart won a republican primary riding the wave of controversy. She generated when the gun themed restaurant. She owned defied local. Covert orders and continue to operate. Despite a cease desist from the county sheriff's office in that short eight months congressman bogert has reliably generated outrage with her trollers trumpian style of politics like when she clashed with capitol security over metal detectors after pledging to bring her done to the house floor as you just heard or when she tweeted today is seventeen. Seventy six on the morning of january six just hours before the violent insurrection or when she shut up for zoom congressional hearing with just a whole massive unsecured guns piled up on the shelf behind her or just last week when she announced his plan to remove president. Joe biden vice-president kamala harris and house speaker. Nancy pelosi from office. So that is congresswoman. Laura republican from a safely deep red district who can devote ourselves to this kind of weird performance politics. Who's number one policy ideas like. I'm gonna carry my gun to the house floor without really worrying about competitive race except colorado which boater represents is currently redrawing. It's political maps. In fact all fifty states are. This is what it looks like. Now this is what it could like in the future. Reshaping the entire western half of the state which geographically speaking is currently almost all bogaerts district while this new map is still working progress right now. It looks as though it's possible. Bogaerts district could be merged with the one represented by none. Other than congressman. Joe goose the liberal democrat who has to prominence as one of the impeachment managers during donald trump's second impeachment trial got nothing sentenced on the map could change again or over decide to run a different more favorable district right. Now though congressman. Douglas seems to believe that there is a credible chance. Beaubourg could be his opponent for re election. Next year congressman. Goose currently represents colorado's second congressional district and he joins me now first of all. What what is your i mean. I always fascinated by how members of congress get their information about the redistricting because obviously it's massively important inconsequential for you. What is your understanding of where things and and how possible it would be that you would square off with congresswoman boettger eating. Chris could be with you. I found out the same way that members of the public did when the map was released by the commission Late last week on friday. Evening as you said of course the maps could change in suspect are likely to change. The commission is an independent commission here in colorado working as you know to try to emulate actually independent style of redistricting have colorado at the national federal level through. Hr one in other pieces of legislation that we've worked on so time will tell ultimately as to what the final map looks like. Obviously we'll be prepared for any eventuality any outcome. Of course this particular campaign to the extent that the map lines were finalized in that fashion would be An interesting one as you astutely described are worldviews. Couldn't be more different. And obviously we have a very different view as to governing outer Ultimately representative respective constituents. So would make for an interesting campaign while i wanna. I wanna talk about that in a second but you mentioned the independent commission. There's something really interesting happening. This time around in redistricting so some states like colorado have independent commission. There are other. Virginia and oregon and as the colorado sun pointed this out in democratic control. Colorado virginia oregon new congressional maps drawn by commissions bipartisan. Power-sharing agreements are unlikely to give the party the sort of political vantage it could've otherwise enjoyed meanwhile republicans haven't given up their power controlling the process in twenty states including florida texas in north carolina. And so i think you and i both agree that as a policy matter. These independent commissions are much better than politicians picking their voters. But there's a weird kind of unilateral disarmament. That's happened here where you've got states like yours. That are quite democratic and quite democratic-controlled doing that while the republicans can just maximize the number of seats. They put together. Well i take your point i mean. Obviously i agree with you that too. Extreme partisan gerrymandering has become insidious and pervasive across the country in particular republican governed states right largely in states like texas and florida. Where clearly you have legislatures that will work to corrupt the redistricting process. But i don't believe that that fact ultimately Know compels or would warrant democrats doing the same far from it. I think as you said as a policy matter. Democrats believe in good government we believe in ethics in government and that means independent nonpartisan redistricting Which is you know. Chris is wildly popular on a bipartisan basis. Across the political spectrum in colorado as you mentioned this is a relatively new style redistricting. It was approved by the voters ourselves. Just two three years ago by an overwhelming basis. And i think that the voters made the right call. Politicians should be in charge of drawing district lines. That job should ultimately be one by nonpartisan commission like the one in colorado. So if anything. I think it underscores chris the real necessity for us to get serious in washington about recognizing gerrymandering really is another form of voter suppression and why. Hr four in hr want ultimately need to get across the finish line to the president's desk because many of these states as you know i've already embarked on their redistricting processes. Hr one would would sort of create this process across country last point. Just bring it back. I mean to me what this example shows how powerful it is when you control the lines because you could sit down and draw map that puts you and congressman beaubourg into the same district where she would trounce you you could do. You would like regardless a worldview or your your abilities as a member of congress or whatever like the. There's a certain degree to which drawing the maps is quite determined outcomes not one hundred percent but pretty far and you can really see it when you think when you think through these kind of thought experiments. Look i mean again. I think the reason why the non-partisan independent redistricting commissions and reapportionment commission's in terms of state legislative maps are the way to go at the end of the day. The voters should be in charge and by extension the citizen-based commission that we have in colorado in we also have in many other states across the country. I think politicians candidates Ultimately need to be comfortable with letting the chips fall where they may and so. I'm certainly supportive of the measures that we've taken here in colorado and i hope at the congress the message doing the same in washington if you over diner in boulder wherever when asked to pack. I guess we'll know was going congressman. Joe nagas thank you very much right coming up Govan cases on the rise in kids heading back to classrooms at home rapid kobe test be a vital to and preventing outbreaks. So why isn't it easier to get them in the us. That's ahead so it's the day after labor day the unofficial summer. Which boy i. Hate that. Still a bummer. If i was a nine year old and this summer was dominated this year by the delta very you know a lot of us went into summer thinking myself included. Things would basically be back to normal. My brother got married in. May that was fantastic. Vaccines became widely available in the mid to late spring. And there was that moment where everyone knew getting vaccinated. Maybe maybe not but thanks to vaccine hesitancy and in lots of cases outside outright vaccine resistance. That didn't quite work out. You know eighty million people are still in vaccinated and we did not get a normal summer instead. We got here on the right side of your screen. A huge outbreak of this highly transmissible corona virus strain moving primarily through the unvaccinated towering over twenty twenty summer peak as david leonhardt. Today in new york times. It is important to keep in mind. Just how well these vaccines have been holding up. Even with delta in seattle on an average day about one out of every one million vaccinated residents have been admitted to a hospital with corona virus symptoms. That risk is so close to zero. The human mind can't easily process it. My best attempt he writes is to say the corona virus risks from most vaccinated. People are the same order of magnitude as risks that people unthinkingly except every day like riding vehicle which i think is basically true but of course now again and of summer. Something front of mind. For both policymakers and a lot of parents is the fact that we have a huge unvaccinated population entering indoor spaces for much of the day. That school children we're entering the third school year affected by this pandemic and looking once again at a worst case scenario that we had a huge increase in transmission as the year progresses. Because basically it's in-person school everywhere in the country. I think that's good as it should be. But that's gonna have effects right the already. This is the case. In parts of the south. Mid west and west delta has been running rampant. You see those. Dark maroon counties were average. Jelly cases are high in florida. Where the governor's fighting school mask. Mandates hillsborough county public school saw eight thousand four hundred students and three hundred and seven staff members either in isolation because of the positive test orrin quarantine after coming into close contact with someone who tested positive. That was after just one week into the school year. Meanwhile won't texas nearly fifty two thousand public school students have tested positive for the virus in the past three and a half weeks this points larger question about the fall. Which is this if we did not get that normal summer despite the vaccines what will the fall and winter. Look like well. There's a key tool on top of vaccines and masking. That can help get us to something more safe and normal. I'm going to explain that ahead. When it comes to mitigation strategies to slow down the spread of this virus one tool we should be deploying at a much greater scale than we currently are as rapid testing early this year. The food and drug administration authorized several rapid cova tests for over the counter us then as cova cases fell significantly in the spring abbot laboratories one of the leading producers of these tests reportedly began destroying inventory with limited shelf life. According to the new york times workers were told to quote take apart millions of the products. They worked so hard to create and stuff them into garbage bags. Well now as infections continue to surge and millions of kids are heading back to school for person learning demand for these over the counter tests or through the roof matters because they are remarkable weapon for the cove at arsenal for about twenty five bucks or so. The at home antigen tests can deliver results in about fifteen minutes or the accurate. Yes not quite as accurate as a pr tests which are processed in the lab or they foolproof but any form of testing is better than no testing which is perhaps why some countries have been using rapid testing for months. England rolled out rapid home tests for everyone back in april just recently. Singapore's health officials said that antigen rapid tests will be given to all households as well as children and staff at kindergartens and preschools. So why is the us so far behind on deployment of rapid testing michael. Minna is an epidemic assistant professor at harvard school public health. He's been banging the drum on this question for months recently. Tweeting a gold. The rapid test program is to keep nine out of ten infectious people from walking into a train station infecting others. Medicine has nothing to do with this. Md's have no training for this public health engineering problem about medicine and dr michael. Minna joins me now sacremento. Let's just start on the on the accuracy of these tests. Because i think back last year that got kind of a bad rap i think people generally felt like. Oh they're not reliable False positives minor standings. They both gotten better and and are now being used quite well. What what's your feeling about. Their general level of accuracy to terrific question be rapid. Tests are very accurate. If your goal is to ask the question am i infectious right now and for that question. They're extremely accurate. We continue to compare them to medical diagnostics. Which are not Which are not designed to give you an immediate result and instead a you get greater sensitivity but they can be sensitive for a very long time continuing to tell people if they're positive even after their infectious so these rapid tests don't do that they tell you m. i. infectious right now and if so that means you should be isolating because you don't want to spread to other people. I think that's a great way to frame the question. And that's where it does seem so crucial and transmission. I have to say. I've used them a bit but first for folks that haven't used them. They're kinda like pregnancy tests. You do nasal swab. You put it down and you get it gives you the band's fifty minutes later so the question of emma infectious right. Now if you're going to go see some friends That's a useful thing that to to answer and it seems like if we were doing that at scale we could stamp out. A lot of outbreaks certainly prevent like super sprinter events. That's exactly right. In fact we've published earlier in twenty twenty s over a year ago. Now we started publishing papers that show exactly that. If you can have enough people find out that they are infectious and be able to self quarantine. it doesn't need to be near perfect but just enough people. Then you can actually sever transmission chance and stop outbreaks from growing and not having to lockdown. Schools lockdown businesses. We could have truly prevented the massive outbreaks that we saw this past fall in winter. And we could have prevented the major lockdowns. Ideally saved hundreds of thousands of lives potentially netherlands. The netherlands is a place where they are making. These fairly availabil- i've seen people shooting taking pictures from other countries. This doctor posted a picture. Them home. Self administered fifty minute wait cova tests available amsterdam market for about three dollars and fifty cents. Each i don't understand we still don't have these in the that the the ones that abbott labs maker like twenty or twenty five dollars whereas in the uk there free from the national health service in the amsterdam. There are three bucks. Singapore's getting them. How important do you think it is to ace scale up availability and bring down the cost. It's the most crucial thing we could do right now to scale up availability as what. I've personally been calling for for over a year now. i'm. I'm glad that people are now starting to see with their own hands and is what exactly these tests are and we can scale. The is two massive numbers. So that every american can have access to these tests on a frequent and routine basis to help us get through the rest of this pandemic. These tests can be produced especially the rapid antigen tests like we were talking about can be produced for very little money and we're seeing across the globe that they're actually selling for one or two dollars usually that's what government subsidies. We could be doing that here in the united states as well. Yeah i read somewhere. I think per unit price cost production around eighty cents it. also you know lowering the barrier. Here i mean. I think getting a piece yard test undertaking. And even if you're very careful right like if let's say your kid coughs a little bit. You're thinking i don't know are going. Take them to go get pr somewhere. Maybe wait online. Wait a few days but if you have one of these around. It's like okay. Well let's just see you call it a little bit. And i just think that that would just really be a game changer. On top vaccination. Obviously which i think is a single most important way to fight this to to have that level of accessibility for people. Absolutely you know. It's it's the band aid model if people didn't have any bandaids in their home and their kid gets a cut. And you'd have to go to the doctor to clean up that cut and put a band aid on it. Most people would just not go with abandoned and you'd see actions and and accessibility is the number one thing we need here. I wanna see a day where people especially during this pandemic can. Just go and pull out of the cupboard without even thinking about it say hey. My kid isn't feeling so well before they go to school. Let's just use a simple thirty second rapid tests and be done with it and that alone could do massive gains due to really stop spread across our population. The other thing i note here's is we're up against this sort of barrier right with tens of millions of people not vaccinated and some of those folks just harder each other's dead set against it. I don't think there's the same mobilization against rapid tests although lord knows what we have in store in the future Dr michael minna. Who's been really great on this issue. I think it's we to stay on. And maybe talk the biden administration about next time. We have them on the program. Thank you so much that does it for all in you can catch us every weeknight at eight o'clock on msnbc don't forget to like us on facebook. That's facebook dot com slash. All in with chris.

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Episode 21-38 7 Lesson about *Your* Brain

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Episode 21-38 7 Lesson about *Your* Brain

"Coming up on tech nation neuroscientist lisa feldman barrett follows up her book on how emotions are made with seven and a half lessons about the brain. She has some surprises for instance. There's no reptilian part of your brain that this just a myth then enviro tech treatments to fight diseases caused by inflammation the focus of a new company one eighty life sciences. I'll speak with. Dr jim woody. It's ceo about their pipeline of drugs as well as their lead compound in clinical trials. It's for do patrons contract contractor affecting one out of twenty five people in europe and north america all this and more coming up on this week's tech nation. Let's take five with more regard this. It's five minutes at the time of this. Twenty thirteen tech nation interview. Gavin news was running for lieutenant governor of california after serving two terms as mayor of san francisco and before that a county supervisor. It was during his tenure as mayor. Social media exploded right here in san francisco twitter facebook texting google. You name it. He says it made him wonder. Why are we more engaged with each other on social media and less engaged with government. You brought me back. When i was a county supervisor. I remember there was a big debate about whether or not we should charge people premium for paying their parking tickets online. If we were offering some extraordinary service And there would be a penalty associated with it. And of course when i was mayor early on biz stone and evan williams co founders of twitter. No one knew what that was. I remember they tried to get a meeting with me and We had a staff that said well. He's greedy busy. And i said i'm just intrigued. What's what's what's his twitter that sound. What what is it and of course here. We are a few years later. It's remarkable how ubiquitous the smartphones honest. We move mobile local social now To the cloud and how far we've come in such a short period of time and you're right that disconnected from my perspective this new digital divide. That's taking shape. We talk so much about socio economics. Five years ago guy was trying to wi fi. Public housing in san francisco has a big call to arms and now Look around and i was brought by my former homeless czar in san francisco to a homeless shelter the other day the big concern. They have is access to walls to get their cell phones in to smartphones. Charged in this world is changed. And i'm not not that long ago so we got to reconcile that. And we've got a close that gap. And and i think It serious because you have a whole generation of folks that have grown up digital Or as digital natives. And they're just not going to be educated. They're not going to be engaged. They're not going to be as interested in this. Analog model is high article top-down governmental model in terms of their engagement in the future in. You're seeing the contours of that already. We're so good at amplified voices. I mean relatively speaking. And certainly president obama sort of picking up on that howard dean model and the great work. Joe trippy did with the my break. Obama campaign thirty five thousand self organized communities came together are really in a twenty first century email campaign. It really wasn't that much more than that. But at the time truly cutting edge and folks were very enthusiastic excited their voices were amplified not just To self organize volunteer but also to donate and of course to vote and they did historic ways. That said once the election was over. Everyone's started feeling left out. They started feeling like their voices didn't matter in response to that president. Obama said. We're going to keep this going and did something called changed Governor change dot org and asked everyone. What's their priorities. Two thousand eight war in iraq or on In afghanistan war on terror and climate change issues and of course the financial meltdown are the backdrop. And what did people want. All these communities came together dominantly said legalize marijuana and president obama. Made a flippant infamously flippant comment and folks did not like the nature of that response. 'cause they were serious and immediately. That site went down for reconstruction. Those voices are turned off and we had a broadcast model. It's not an indictment of president. He's and more on this than anyone else. But in essence a broadcast model for the next four years until last year all of a sudden. Hey bob how are you. President obama again. Hey michelle is just called me. I got a call from president. Clinton on behalf of president obama All of a sudden we cared they cared and we mattered and so the question is can we govern with these tools of technology and have a two way not a one way conversation with this sort of broadcast professor. I say respectfully student relationship but a real socratic itera relationship where we're co producers and co creators as this whole millennial generation is become more and more customers at the time of this interview in twenty thirteen gavin news and had just published his book citizen ville how to take the towns where digital and reinvent government. He went onto win the lieutenant governorship in california twice and on january seven. Th twenty nine. Seven news was sworn in as the governor of california. I'm aware again. This is five minutes. Five minutes is produced at the studios of kiki weedy. Fm in san francisco. Five minutes is a production of tech nation media. I'm from san francisco. I'm moir gun. And this is tech nation today on tech nation. I speak with northeastern university. Scientists and psychologists. Dr lisa feldman barrett. She's here today with seven and a half lessons about the brain. Then it's dr jim woody. The ceo of one eighty life sciences. The new company instantly global finding a host of inflammatory diseases including duke patrons contract. Your tech nation is underwritten in part by mind k. A global software development force in a world where every business can be global on the web at mine k. dot com. And now it's seven and a half lessons about the brain with neuroscientist dr lisa feldman barrett. Well lease the welcome to tech nation. Our it's a pleasure to be here now. I noticed two things right away about your book. Seven and a half lessons about the brain. I i fully expected as a child of the middle class that was taught to embrace delayed gratification. That i didn't have to wade through the entire book to get to the half lesson. You give it right away. And i wanna thank you very much for that. And the second is was that you relating a scientific nugget or two. Is that what you were doing with that half. Lessen the house lesson was really meant to set the stage for the rest of the book. Frankly i find it really fascinating wide. We have brains in the first place. I mean many many many creatures course. They're tiny little single cell creatures. Don't have brains and do you know pretty well In this world. So why did we evolve brands in the first place. I just found that to be a really really interesting question. And originally that was all part of the first lessons so Less than one and a half lesson really were one whole lesson and after. I drafted the Essay as working with my editor and we thought it was too long. And so i was like. I don't wanna have eight lessons and they're not really telling the whole story brain evolution so it's like a half a lesson and and then i thought well that's cute title for a book so so that's how we came to the half lesson. Well it's interesting to me because the first thing it does set up is that this is not just a book about the brain. It's about the brain and human nature. It's about the brain at who we are but you still have to start with the brain. I'm very fascinated by bridging the boundary between the sciences and the humanities. I love reading books that way. That do that and i thought it would be very fun to write one. I also feel that science and philosophy are tools for living not not in a self help he kind of way but in a real instrumental way and they help guide you. They guide your behavior. They guide your understanding of how other people act. And so i thought it would be really interesting to try to approach some big questions that we as a society face that individuals face in their everyday lives by interrogating. What kind of brain do we really have. How does that brain in conversation with our bodies and the rest of the world which include other brains bodies you know. How does our brain creator mind. And what does that tell us about human nature. What does it tell us about who we are. And what does it tell us about our aspirations about who we wanna be. Well if there's one thing we've all been told about. The brain is that we have the reptilian brain survival brain. We have an emotional brain and irrational brain. And you right you have one brain. You have one brain. Yeah that's a myth. It's probably the mo- one of the most successful scientific myths I think that scientists have ever created frankly and that's because it didn't start off as science. It started off as a morality tale In ancient greece and really what what. Scientists did in the mid twentieth century is. They just took some pretty potent ideas about morality from plato and just kinda tattooed onto the brain and you know if you look at a lizard brain with your naked eye and you look at a mammalian will. There is no mammalian brain. But i mean you know you look at a rat brain. And you look at a primate brain or a human brain. They look kind of different to the naked eye. And so descriptively with the techniques that were available in the early twentieth century mid twentieth century. It was reasonable for scientists to come up with that hypothesis. But i was as early. As the mid nineteen seventies. scientists had discovered that the idea of a a layered brain. You know with an inner lizard. Housing your instincts and olympic system housing your emotions and the cerebral cortex. Housing your rationality that. I think we've known really for almost fifty years. That's just a mess. It's just a mess. Now let's get back to something earlier you said and that's like okay. Well plenty of creatures got along without brains at what point in the evolution of creatures will say or organisms. You have a brain you say okay now. That's a brain. Yeah well that's a great question. So when does it. When does a clump of cells count as a brain and of course you know. Scientists often debate the more important. The question is seems like the longer the debate goes on right. But i think the idea is that There's a mean so even something like the an empty office. Which is the little creature that i write about in In the half lesson which scientists pretty much agree more or less the little bit of debate but more or less agree that the anthrax is the living empty offices which is also called lancet The living antioch is a good model for the invertebrate. An animal that Was the coordinate. The the animal before the split between vertebrates and invertebrates so basically before the vertebrate Innovations all the innovations that came with having a backbone which remarkably to me ahead Is to have like all of these all these senses so sometimes when scientists right about. Npr says they will refer to. The hawks is having a brain. But it doesn't really have the markings of a brain in the sense. They're using that term sort of metaphorically i think Because the cells there aren't enough of they aren't networked In a way that they don't have enough Inter neurons which means neurons between sensory and motor neurons and they appear to be continuous with the structure of the rest of the spinal cord. So it's you know there is a little clump of cells there and it is. It does how if you if you sort of Squint and take your glasses off. You know you can say well. I can imagine how the some of those sales will become a brain in a in a future. Animal the genetic markers in the noor in the neurons that are at the top of the note accord in a in namphy access which is similar to a spinal cord that you know we have that at the top of the The top of where. The note accord is have some genetic markers that are similar to our mid brain and what's called our hind brain which just means the brain stem the subcortical parts of our brain. But it's not really functioning on its way there on. Its way there to be in a brain. Yeah it's on its way. Yeah and actually. What's interesting about it. Is that one of the aspects of of darwinian evolution. That people don't seem to or that they have hard time. Understanding is that evolution is gradual. And get might be slow. It might be fast but it's always gradual you always have these kind of intermediate Creatures from one structure to another. And that's what you see. I think in an empty offices now. We'll just kinda crawl along with the brain here for a while in the sense that i have always heard in my life that there's a food chain like i there's little guy and then that a bigger guy wants to eat him and then a bigger guy wants to heat him. And there's this whole food chain and that requires hunting. And you said we didn't start out with hunting. Yes of this is amazing to me actually But if you go well back before cambrian period you know five hundred fifty million plus years animals eight each other but not with intent so again you know think about the mvp access attell vet till that to the eaten. Yeah exactly right. But anti-oxidants see a little videos on youtube of antioch says so it kinda wriggles in the water and then it plans itself in the sand like a blade of grass and it just filters food that goes by and then when it's Detecting a decrease in the food It basically ejects itself wriggles to some random spot because it can't see or hear or anything it just wriggles to some random spot implants itself again on the likelihood that you know anywhere that it's going we'll have more food than where it's been and that's kind of how it gets around and scientists now speculate that the main or or that. An important selection pressure that influenced the development of brain. Was that creatures somehow. Figured out how to our evolution somehow provided creatures with the capacity to hunt one another and that this is probably a vertebrate innovation and Which may have also been developed as a a kind of convergent evolution in invertebrates as well but remember an antioxidant can't see it can't hear it doesn't have a head it really it It has no sophisticated senses and it has some senses. it doesn't even have at all so it doesn't have what you would call distant senses. That is the ability to detect something up in the in the Eh distance and wonder like is that thing going to eat me or should i eat it And so it's with distant sense that you get Predation and predation hunting is thought to have driven a lot of really important things that our brains can do like for example when you and i talked to each other We are automatically making inferences. About what the other person is thinking and what they're feeling and what they might say next and scientists call this theory of mind and The hypothesis that theory of mind all what allows us to be social creatures. Actually had it start in Hunting but we still have in common with all of these creatures. Is that in every moment. Our hormones are organs are immune system are producing a storm of sense data and we are barely aware of absolutely so You know right now. For example as people are listening to this podcast They are probably unaware of the fact that each one of them has a whole drama going on inside their own bodies And frankly it's really good that we're not aware of that drama because if we were we would never pay attention to anything outside our our own skin ever again. There's a lot going on in there and if if you if that doesn't seem like commonsense to you just remember the last time that you had a stomach ache or cramps or you know something inside your body That wasn't feeling very didn't make you feel very well. You know when you're when you have something that you can actually sense inside your body. It's really hard to pay attention to anything outside. It overrides everything else. That's going on exactly. Oh yeah and and there are some things that we are not wired to seal at all at unaccept- under the most extreme circumstances so think about you know if anyone's ever had Appendicitis when you have appendicitis here is about to burst at the beginning. You can't feel anything but a dull ache in your whole abdomen. It's like nine even localized and as the appendicitis gets worse and worse. You're still it's not. It's right up until the point right before when it bursts when it will kill you that you feel a very specific pain a very specific job in that location in your body but most of the time up until that. You're just what you're feeling like. You know aac dull ache which is getting more and more and more intense. And i don't know if any of your listeners are Women who've been pregnant but i will tell you that The first time that i was kicked in the liver or pancreas or whatever the hell it was that was a sensation i just had never ever had and like ever. And it's a singular kick. You see it's very precise it's not like someone hits you on the outside and hit a bunch of oregon ads. It is and also you know you have experiential blindness for it. because you're like what was. What was that. But you know because it's just we're not. We're not really all that in tune with the insides of our bodies and and that's a really good thing actually because It would draw our attention and in fact in some illnesses for example You know one way to think about Depression for example Is that people's brain that person's brain is kind of to some extent hijacked by its body. The person's body is just has a clamped down on the brain and the brain can't really attend to what's going on in the world too much because there's too much discomfort you know inside body also. Chronic pain is is very very similar will carling. Pain is really a problem in your brain but But it's your brain believing there's something wrong with your body and modeling sensations that it believes that are going on in your body and it just can't dislodge itself from that. You're listening to technician. I moir again and my guest. Today is lisa feldman barrett neuroscientist psychologist. Dr barrett is a university distinguished. Professor at northeastern university was appointments at massachusetts general hospital and harvard medical school. You may remember her from her earlier book. How emotions are made. She's here today with seven and a half lessons about the brain. Well we will talk about each of the seven lessons. But here's one. I really liked little brains wire themselves to their world. Yeah so an infant brain is not a miniature adult brain. It's a brain that is waiting for a set of wiring instructions from the world and from and from the infants own body. And what this means is that the brain is born on finished in a in a fairly substantial way. You know so a lot of creatures. When they're born they're born and then you think of a little a little horse born and then the cold is like i've been around and within like the our infants you know. What does it take like nine months for an infant learn to walk. i mean. They can't even burt by themselves when they're born and they're really really helpless low creatures and that's because their brains are so unfinished and so there's a lot of input visual input auditory input. You know all kinds of sense data from the world and from the infant's body that are necessary for finishing that brain. But i think the really remarkable thing is that there's also social input that's required to finish a brain so things like making eye contact with a baby speaking to a baby holding a baby feeding a baby These are all things that are what scientists call expectable input meaning. The baby's brain is expecting regularities from the world to finish wiring. And if it doesn't get those regularities Then very very bad things happen. Well it's one thing if a baby is born full term in our vernacular if you will but what what happens if a babies born say two months early in his in the neonatal intensive care unit. Well i would say a couple of things are important to know first of all neonatal. Care is made huge advances in the last couple of decades in providing premature infants with what they need to develop properly so for example in some Units they will provide the infant with sounds of the mother's voice muffled as if they were still in utero for example and that actually has an effect on the development of the auditory cortex in that infant but more generally what i would say is all of an infants. Neurons are born essentially are burst off the neural tube. In during when when when that before the infant is an infant and when it's just an embryo right so all neurons are born in an embryo and then they migrate to where the position where they need to be. And then they grow and they they. They're axons grow their denver garlic all the little. The little connections grow And so an infant. That's born prematurely. Like saying the last trimester still has. It's not it's not a brain that's equivalent to a a newborn brain a of an infant. That's born to turn that was Born at term. But it's still got all its parts it just needs a little more time to grow and so And you know some of the input that it needs We'll have to come from outside in the world instead of inside in the uterus. This of course begs a really touchy question. Which i didn't describe in the book which is is a is a fetus before it's born learning like it is the fetus receiving Sense data and is learning. And i think that there's really no question that at least in the last in the third trimester. There's no question that the answer is. Yes that that that that fetus is taking in some sense data from its surroundings How much sense data is not clear and just how important it is is not clear but newborn infants are born for example recognizing the their they cry with an accent but is similar to the Verbal language and sounds of the of the of its caregiver of its of of the The woman who who birthed it so clearly. It's learning something now. Let's get back to how our brains work in the sense that we've already established we've all of these sensory inputs and for the first time ever. I got perspective that i thought that was just a lot of information in my brain. But you're like no you start out with a whole lot of little information that cascades up or we're get summarized up until you get up to a much higher finally up to you. Know a big knitting of all this information together. Now i'm i'm paraphrasing you. Describe for people when it goes on in your brain how you get these little inputs in the goes all the way up to a lot of very dense information. Well first of all. I think it's important to realize that brains don't react to things in the world's brains predict your brain is using your past experience to predict what's going to happen next. Neuroscientist lisa feldman barrett is the author of seven and a half lessons about the brain. We'll talk more after a break. Odd cast of tech nation are available on npr. One spotify alexa podcasts. Among others direct links are available at tech nation dot com in the second half of our show. Dr jim woody. The ceo of one eighty life sciences. We'll talk about do patrons contracts and other medical conditions all leded inflammation stay with us You're listening the tech nation. I've been speaking with northeastern university. Professor lisa feldman barrett the author of seven and a half lessons about the brain. The way to think about it really is that your brain is trapped in a dark silent. Box called your skull. And it's receiving sense data from the world through your eyes and ears nose and so on and any given flash of light any given Change in sound can have many many many different causes. but you don't have access to the causes. You have only access to the outcome so you hear a bang. What is that bang is that somebody dropped something on the floor. Did somebody slam door. Did somebody slam a car into another car. I'm if you're in the us you know did a gun go off like what was that bang and you don't know what you know is that you heard a noise but you don't know the cause of that noise and similarly when you When your your body is always sending sense data to your brain. You're unaware of it. But that's what's happening and so when you feel tightness in your chest is that anxiety. Is that hunger. Are you trouble breathing. Are you at the beginning of You know a cardiac event like what's the caused all year brain is getting is the effect but it doesn't know the cause and when you have to go from effects or outcomes to causes that's called reverse inference problem or an inverse inference problem and so that's what your brain is attempting to solve every moment of your entire life and the fact is if you had no prior knowledge of anything you'd be just in a big sea of ambiguity and uncertainty because you wouldn't know what the causes are of the sensitive you're receiving and when i'm talking to people live i i have some examples that i use where i i basically show them something that they have no experience with at all and so they are what's called experiential blind And then i give them an experience and then their brains can draw on that experience and all of a sudden poof. They see something you know in a black and white blob image that they've never seen before and frankly now for the rest of their lives every time they look at that bloody image. They're going to see an event. You know an object in it. That actually isn't there It's partially everything that you see everything. You hear everything you taste. Everything you feel is some combination of what's in your head and what's outside in the world and what's coming from your body and so your brain is always guessing always guessing and it's guessing using your past experience to make sense of the sense data. That's coming in through your eyes and your ears and so on the but the interesting thing over and above that is that it's all happening at a timescale. That's completely unexpected by us. And through violates our own intuitions because if we were to stop everything right now just stop time or what happened is that your brain has a model of what's going on in the world and what's going on in your body and it's guessing what's going to happen next. It's guessing what you're gonna see next what you're going to hear next what you're going to feel next and what you're going to do next and those guesses are not some kind of abstract thing. Your brain is actually preparing itself. It's changing the firing of its own neurons to prepare to hear and see and smell and feel and do certain things you talk about social reality. Let's go there. Sure so reality. Physical reality you know is it is it is i mean you know things are solid. You can play something on them you know. Things are liquid you can drink them and so on and so forth. Social reality occurs When a group of humans. And i'm specifically saying humans because as far as we know humans are the only animals who can really do this that a group of humans take something that by virtue of its physical nature alone does not have a certain function but we all agree that it will serve that function and so then it does so the perfect example of this is money if we all agree that little piece of paper can be traded for material goods like food then all of a sudden those little pieces of paper have value and they don't have value for any reason other that we all imposed value on those flow piece of paper similarily. This one's my favorite right like Air rights so in new york city and maybe in all in all major cities that air above a building is actually you can sell it so that other people can build build their or think about fishing rights in the ocean. or something. these these These things have they have value only because we agree that they do mortgages mortgages are just a promise of money in the future but those have value to and they were they were bought and sold and had value until someone decided. They didn't that is they. Withdrew their consent. And then the then then they stopped having value and so many things in our everyday lives which we think of is real and which which have real impacts are actually socially real meaning that group of humans decided to impose a function on something that the thing didn't have by virtue of physical nature but but because humans you know had what's called collective intention -ality they all agreed that that thing has a function it does be just by virtue of agreement and if people stopped agreeing it would lose. Its its function when i say humans have to agree. I don't mean you have to consciously agree you just have to. Your behavior has to be in line with other people's behavior. So when i'm i'm married and i don't i don't walk around saying to people i'm married i'm married. I'm married i'm married. I'm married. I just wear a ring on a particular finger and everyone knows that that has a particular meaning right and and it's agreed upon meaning unless you're in europe when should be wearing a ring on your other fig on your other hand but you know in north america is on your left hand right and a lot of things that we that really precious to us our our Social reality like you know you draw a line in the sand and it becomes the border between two countries and all the sudden you've conjured immigrants and citizens and that has a very real effect physically real effect on people Ah president a prime minister a queen but let me say it again. A president that is social reality. President has powers just because we all agree that he does i say he varies specifically because in the united states. We've never had a female president. We all he has those peres because of the things that we do and because of the things that we don't do so democracy is social reality and most of the time physical reality constrain social reality like you and i agree that we could walk through a wall but that won't make it real. You know we could all agree that we could eat glass as food. But that's not gonna make it real. There are physical constraints. We could all agree that a virus isn't really a virus and dangerous. But like i said before physical reality always wins. If when the two come up against each other you know now besides the half lesson upfront. And the Seven essays You have an appendix here and before you get you make notes on every lesson on each page. It's very interesting but before that there's just a a page and a half and you talk about something very near and dear to my heart and you have a graph even talk about the challenge of writing about science for the public. Let's go there. Sure so you know as a scientist. When i'm writing for other scientists The goal is to be as complete as possible so the information has to be accurate but it also has to be as complete as possible that is every little tiny method that i use in the laboratory or out in the world has to be documented so that another scientist could do what i do can could repeat the experiment that i ran and also every infringe link like every link that i make between ideas has to be laid out super clearly for people. That's the that's the goal anyways. In scientific writing is to be completely transparent and to be complete. The goal in science writing is to know what to leave out for the public when you're writing for the public so You know as as i would say you know. My husband is a civilian yet. He doesn't he's not a a scientist this in my house. That's what we call civilians. He's not an academic scientist. And so you know he's constantly asking me like when i'm writing you know. Is that the one percent a by which he means like the other scientists say right for so when you is this detail detail have to be there just like the average person really need to know that detail. Are you putting the detail in for the one percent. Meaning the other academic scientists. The the point is that you have to be accurate. But you have to know what to leave out when you're writing for the public and still have the story be as truthful as possible And that's a really hard thing to do. Well lisa this has been terrific. I hope you come back and see us again. I still have a whole bunch of questions for you. i would love. That would be wonderful. This was fun. My guest today is neuroscientists and psychologists. Dr lisa feldman barrett book is seven and a half lessons about the brain. It's published by houghton mifflin. Harcourt i'm moyer gun. You're listening to tech nation so many times. Multiple medical conditions are actually associated with if not driven by a single recognizable symptom and this case inflammation from rheumatoid arthritis crohn's disease and many more one. Eighty life sciences is a new company focusing on diseases which are driven by inflammation in the compound most advanced in their pipeline is due patrons contractor. Ever heard of it. Well one out of twenty. Five people in north america in europe have. That's how many have it. Dr jim woody. Is the ceo of one. Eighty life sciences. Yes ironically my wife has this and had to go through the entire process in eventually. Have surgery to correct it but It's very common in the us and in europe especially in the scandinavian countries and Interestingly enough one of my board members of one eighty ls also told me that he hasn't because his grandfather had it so there's a genetic component to the stupid trends and what happens is a knowledgeable forms in your palm and gradually pulls your fingers together until they're kind of immobile in your little disabled now. What is causing this. And when does it happen. That can happen at any time in lifespan. It it's generally an older people forty to sixty and Why it starts. No one really knows. There seems to be as i mentioned because of the scandinavian countries. Some sort of genetic disposition to do this and It just starts up is knowledgeable. And then the najah gradually forms what they call fibrosis in your hands and starts to pull the fingers together says it happened in other parts of the body or is it primarily in the hand. It's well this is mostly in the hand one hand or the other and there's another condition called frozen shoulder. Whereabout fifty percent of those people have duper trends. And we think it's the same process going on in the shoulder which is extremely painful and not causes your shoulder the be immobilized. It's another disease area that we're working on. What's the normal treatment for this. Typically they have a number of treatments Try some steroids. They generally don't work very well. there's a collision ace dissolve some of the collagen but it has a lot of side effects and sometimes Damages the wrong tissue And eventually you'll have surgery to relieve all the contractors and that's where my wife ended up now you work on something called. Tanf tumor necrosis factor. Tumors we don't like the crisis means death factors who cares what is tumor necrosis factor because this is linked in to the work that you do. That's that's absolutely correct so a long time ago. A doctor ceram e in new york Was looking at proteins. That are in the blood. You'll have thousands of proteins circulating around in your blood. Some of them send messages to different cells on what to do some of them telling them to stop. Some are good actors. Some are bad actors. Will he found this one called That he was testing in mice with tumors in it made their tumors go away and so he named this. Tumor necrosis factor. It never worked in people but it worked well in mice. I guess and so what we found dr feldman and i that This tumor decreases factor. is what drives the inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis. And crohn's disease and in psoriasis. And we were the very first ever. Treat anybody with a blocking agent called anti tanf and antibody on now known as iran medicaid. We were the very first to do that. And there's no patients in wheelchairs with ira because of that drug in his follow on. Well let's go back there initially when you're trying a new drug on people who are seriously ill. It's a very challenging thing. What exactly did you do. Yes well dr. Feldman i had been working together and he was able to get Human tissue from a joints of people with arthritis that had to have the joints are repaired and he was able to look at all of these mediators. Tanf some called. i one some call. Dial six Any found out if you block. Tanf shut all the rest of them all and that was the idea that said you know. This is going to be helpful in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and the woman who did the actual trials was called new brennan. It was a brilliant study and that was the foundation and we are lined up Ten patients All in wheelchairs and We administered the drug. For the first time this was done in england and In twenty minutes said their fatigue is gone and their pain is way and several of them got out of their wheelchairs and actually did a dance down a stairway. Unbelievable come on come on. I'm sorry we have the videos. I mean it was. It was like the movie you know where the people all wake up and they They loved it then. We treated more patients and showed that it worked very well and another friend of mine In the netherlands saw dr van devender Felt that from his studies with human tissue that was causing crohn's disease that's You know inflammatory bowel disease. We treated one patient And she got well and went back to riding her horse so And the rest of that is history so this is this anti tanf inhibitors. You wanna damp down the tanf it it actually dams down a bunch of things. And that's what's involved in many of these conditions that you're looking at now that's exactly right. The the antibody that we give a bind up the tanf so it can't work. It's a little like the idea of the kobe vaccine's right now. The antibodies that The president got from regeneration bound up the virus so it couldn't work well. Anarchists were binding up this Tanf so it can't work anymore. So now we have a brand new company. One eighty life sciences and dr feldman are still together. That's right and we've worked together for a long time and we're good colleagues and So this is exciting because we both know how to allow develop these drugs. And we've also added on dr steinman. Who was another colleague. He developed a drug called to sabri for patients with multiple sclerosis similar. Kind of idea where they're Able to block up the inflammation so the three of us are working together. And also dr rothbart. Who's a chemist joined us that gerard he's at stanford that's right and dr stein mrs stanford. He's a pediatric neurologist. They're now as i understand it. You also have a research group in israel. What are they doing. So this is a group that we dr feldman has been working on. and they're developing novel compounds for the canada-us area and the compound stir developing are are called canal by dial and these will be Compounds that don't have any hallucinations They don't have any addiction potential And they're easily observable and we already know that they work an inflammation and pain so it adds into the strength of our other programs When we get these done they'll be very different from what you think is either of us or anything else. Because he'll be very focused on just pain and inflammation now. I usually don't go down through the list. But i just want to get everybody to understand. This is a brand new company and you working on all kinds of things. You're working on. Post operative dementia. Yes that's that's right and what we find. Is that in older people that have to have a hip surgery after they fall down and break their hip or they are going through a coronary artery. Bypass graft that following the surgery They have some dementia. They can't remember where they are and This persist for a few days in many and in some maybe a third or quarter it goes on for months and months and some of them end up in nursing homes which is not a good outcome and have to be cared for and we think that the trauma of the surgery releases the tanf and that the tanf causes the dimension. We've got some evidence that that's the case in animals and we also can measure this in the patients undergoing surgery self. One of our trials will be to treat these patients with our anti up and see if we can reduce or eliminate the dementia. And i have another note here. Smoking cessation yes Unbeknownst to me. But with dr steinman it turns out that patients with ulcerative colitis often smoke a lot and the nicotine in smoke is an anti inflammatory mild but it also. The smoke causes the damage and so when they tried to stop smoking there. Ulcerative colitis gets worse. So what he's developing is a special new molecule that just binds to this nicotine receptor. So that you don't have the addiction problem with the smoking. But you also get the benefit of the nicotine anti inflammatory. That's the focus of the program and they're in the process of selecting the best best of these molecules to actually try out. All of you have a lot of experience in going through clinical trials and coming out with a with a drug that that's commercially viable and and continues to work overtime And you've already got the duper patrons is already in fully enrolled in this phase to be three clinical trial. It's already down the line here. Tell us about that. what are you doing. What are you testing. yes this is a trial. That's being run. In the england it's actually funded by the wellcome trust and the national health service. We enrolled one hundred and eighty patients with early duper trends before it Caused a deformity. And we're injecting. These najah lls. I mentioned earlier with anti tanf and they get Four doses All of them have been treated Were in the follow up period for six months and nine months now and because of the kobe. It it's been a little delayed because of getting around to visit the patients measure things so we're measuring whether the najah lsd get soft and go away or whether the fingers start to contract at all Half of them are treated with with the drug and half of them are treated with a placebo in this case is just sailing. So we'll know whether the drug works when this trial is completed and the data is probably about the middle of next year. Now as i these injections yeah. They're very teeny injections into the nigel. In the hand we've actually done the chemical tests in these modules. What's driving fibrosis. We know what it is. It's a substance called sem a and we know if we inject with anti nfl blocks that from progressing the fibrosis now. Are there any conditions that you're looking. You know in the future to look at besides the ones we've mentioned well there's a A liver condition called nash. Not alcoholic gusty auto seattle hepatitis and liver forms. A lot of fibrosis there. And we think that We may be able to address this with some of our Anti tanf's or other agents that we have so that's a project it's At the at the laboratory bench that we're working on. I have to say that This idea and this happens doesn't happen often but it does happen and science that once you figure out something that's about the system it's like oh we could try it here here and here. That's exactly what's happening here right. Exactly right and so with our research trying to discover those areas where we think the anti. Tanf's will work and we have another generation coming along after this. That are quite different from the antibodies. They will be even better because the antibodies block a number of things some good some bad because the anti tanf antibody senders five or six of approved in the us. Now they leave you susceptible to some infectious diseases and one has to be very careful so we have new compounds in the future that we think will avoid all that still give you the anti inflammatory properties you want. I love the idea. You guys are in all these different places and you're like hey you know we can put the show on right here. We'll just sell standard. We're gonna get together. We're going to have this one. Eighty life sciences. Why did you name it one. Eighty life sciences. Well typically the anti thi. Ns are kind of going down. One track Almost all of them exactly follow what. We did From santa cora longtime ago. Rheumatoid arthritis crohn's and psoriasis. A few other things. But they're not very adventurous and so we're turning this around one eighty and we're saying we're going in a whole different unique directions. Is there an advantage being able to be in multiple countries right from the start. You said this is going on in the uk and this is going on in the us. What are there advantages here. Well the advantages you go where the experts are In israel these are the people invented the the cbd and discovered those molecules. They know more about it than anybody else in the world. Cbd cannabis that's the active ingredient in cannabis. Oh so they know about this. They've been doing this for twenty years. so what we're doing is focusing in on a very specific anti inflammatory agent salmon. The in england. The people doing the trials on the Trends and a frozen shoulder. They're the experts so You go where the Experts are and the experts are one eighty life sciences. Is that the right answer. That's exactly right good. That's good. I have to say i've heard a lot of stories on all these years but this is the first time that i've all these senior people. You were once president of roche bioscience among other many other things that you've done i mean we're talking senior senior people all over the world. You got together. You started this company and you're all hitting the ground running. This isn't like a slow where we got one thing going here. What what brought all this together. Well i think like many of us. we We are interested in inventing new things that help patients and we're interested in novel new concepts and ideas and Managing some of the science and processes is exciting. This is what we love to do as you love what you're doing and it it's all worthwhile and especially if you have a team like this. This is the dream team of people who really know what they doing. And have done it before chip. Thank you so much. I hope you'll come back and see us again. Keep us updated. Well when when the trial data comes out we'll be happy to discuss it with you and see how how well it worked. Great thanks bites. Thank you. Dr jim would. He is the ceo of one eighty life sciences. More information is available at one eight zero life sciences dot com four tech nation. I'm moi regard technician at its regular segment. Biotech nation are produced at the studios of weedy. Fm in san francisco executive producer. Matt gardner director of technical production is monte carlos and audio engineers include howard. Gelman ceil muller and larry upton our theme music was composed by an knock tribes edgar and robert powell with title creation provided by name lab inc of san francisco program. Information and internet audio is available on the web at tech nation dot com technician and biotech nation are productions of tech nation media. I'm paul land court mom.

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FTL Digest 2021-09-16

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

25:35 min | Last month

FTL Digest 2021-09-16

"Here are the highlights from the latest episode of free talk live visit freetalklive dot com for the full episode. It's amazing how how delusional. Libertarians are in other places like california like new york. The two least free places. They're going to win any minute now. Any second they really do believe that. It's it's right around the corner it's coming. There's no way we can lose. We're almost there. The home stretch were winning is it. It doesn't matter what happens out there. Of course the most recent thing in california was the whole recall thing with newsome. The governor there. How are they going to spin this to themselves. The lou the fact that they lost the same old same old like i saw somebody posting on twitter for free state. project is the migration of freedom. Loving people to new hampshire and their twitter accounts. Just been killing it. Ever since jeremy kaufman took it over his own amazing job. I don't wanna. I always got a lot of haters and not one of. He's doing amazing stuff there and he'll call people out you know like hey you know if you're if you're in california and your libertarian. You obviously don't care about freedom you know. And if what's to you is is surfing and babes than men staying california. Keep beating that dead horse over there. I'm sure you'll get somewhere but don't act like freedom matters. I might make i might make a concession for the libertarians. But don't even know the libertarian. And they live in the northern california area and they're just cowboys a live in the woods and nobody's seen them for yeah. I'm talking about the ones. That have no libertarian. State of jefferson is kind of a you know that gets traction every once in a while. That's a secession movement. Yeah one of the on the left. We had him on our meeting. this week. that we have weekly progress meetings on. You know how we're doing on moving this. This ball forward of new hampshire independence and that we've been doing on tuesday evenings and dave ridley invited some of the opposition to this meeting just to you know. Let's let the opposition. Say their piece. What is it that you know. What's what they had to say about this. And so an old guy in his seventies got on and he started talking about how this was an attack on his private property because he is on social security and medicare and he needs to continue receiving government. Welfare or else bad. Things will happen to it because that's inherently his right like he earned it. I mean he feels like he did right like people pay into social security. The response was basically well. Czar understanding is if you move out of the united states and you're getting social security you still continue to get social security. So moving out of the united states doesn't stop that from happening for people that you know are quote unquote owed social security now. Of course if if and when social security runs out of money while you're you're going to be up s creek in that case either way and apparently according to the federal government. They are running out of money sooner than they expected to run. Out of shock expected to be within the next decade or twelve years or something like that so government has the fulfilled their contract. So i don't think that guy would have to really worry. Recently people in california actually thought they could dethrone their king. They thought that they could actually through political process. Lounes takedown gavin newsom. The governor of california and didn't even come close. And i don't think anyone should ever thought they would've come close. I mean in those states. You have three choices. What you wanna be a tyrant a herd member Or a clown. There is no freedom people in calvary. They're only clowns. And you and you're talking about jeremy jeremy jeremy kaufman the library and artists. Yeah taking over the free state. Praising he has the free state project twitter page right. I think he also is running the libertarian. Party of new hampshire twitter as well. Because it's funny. Yeah you could tell he point you know. He's very very succinct and hilarious. Every time he said something about the catch line in the free state projects twitter page is there are only two types of libertarians. Those okay with losing and those that live in new hampshire. It's so true. It's australian hashtag winning winning. There's one little aspect here from california and you know the fact. That gavin newsom one dramatically in this particular recall election and that is a nbc news exit poll so that standing outside a polling locations talking to people that went to vote found that voters cited with newsom on public health measures with the purality voters and now los angeles county according to fox l. a. dot com is issuing a new health. Order later this week that will require proof of vaccination for indoor bars wineries breweries nightclubs and lounges. It will also require proof of vaccination or a negative cova tests for outdoor mega events including dodgers rams chargers games according to the county public health director. So they already were requiring it for almost all other indoor things like eating indoors gyms that sort of thing so it was a fairly large list prior to this so now surprise it's expanding i don't i don't really understand that. You see saying they had to have a cova test proof like so. I mean you could have gotten cove it on the way to the stadium. Let's say yep and you know. I got tested yesterday. I don't understand like it's just obedience and let's not forget the guy who invented the pr test said to work for. This isn't the right task for this won't work. And he show up dead after that and then he turned up dead. Well he also fought. Anthony fao ci back during the aids pandemic to the whole aids thing he was like this isn't how any of this works what this guy's a he openly called anthony and this guy is a noble prize winner and he called anthony fao like basically a pack of all hacks pen as i understand it. I think it was the coverted Situation he went real crazy and turned against. Libertarianism was an endorsement video that he an teller. we're involved in endorsing joe biden. Shut and one could look at that. If all you saw was just the video you might think okay. They just hate trump. That much you know. They're they're doing this one time. No no he. He turned against libertarianism. In i don't know the seventy second year of his life or seventieth year. I think he's almost seventy or something like that he's he's you know he's getting up there in age and he's been a longtime libertarian but maybe he never really was and he and he never really came across as the most principal libertarian. When when you hear him talk about it but it was always better to have him than not have him because he did bring a lot of attention to the ideas of freedom in the time that he was a libertarian. I think one thing to point out is have you ever seen his house his home he literally made it look like a prison so he leaned In in vegas area. He has a bar fence. Yeah around like this building. It looks like a prison. Maybe he just likes the feel of a police state. i dunno ghouls pin. Yeah what i haven't. I haven't gotten all the details. I did actually was just looking at this the other night though like last night or the day before that because he posted a photograph of him on twitter and i had i follow him on twitter. And i'm just gonna show you the photograph here. Do you know who. He's standing with their god. It's gavin news kevin newsome. My grandmother drove a school bus for thirty five. Years was probably the most honest person. I know and i'm starting to starting to wonder. Well she not just an incredible liar. Some other way 'cause. She accepted a government paycheck for thirty five years She's got to be she had to be. She had pen spoke his word about it. I'm waiting for tolerance biko. That's upon he was in. Yeah i get it but he was in another disappointing. Well maybe there's still no no. He was in the video the endorsement video of joe biden. Then he's so it's like they both. They both flipped. Because taylor was also a libertarian. Yeah and just so sad. Sorry about that. Sorta rain on your parade. Because he 'cause remember pen at one time said he ought to be in keene new hampshire with the free state free staters. He said that that was like. I don't know twenty thirteen video of him. Still rotating on. That's that's on every single free keen video up until this year. Did you take it down. I haven't taken it. I haven't taken it down. That's true remind. Everyone said this penn did say you gotta support fat pen recipes. You know what. Maybe there's a paul mccartney style conspiracy go maybe maybe dealing with the real pendulum. Ultra depen- the skinny skinny pan. Look has knows is different than the old speaking of skinny people. Did you hear that. Kim jong hoon has lost weight. Allegedly doesn't look anything like. I think they've got another fake picture. Are you in the best place for chances for freedom for seeing more freedom rather than less over time. if you're in somewhere like los angeles the answer is no. You're not absolutely still think that there's a chance something's going to turn around there. You're absolutely delusional. But joey you've got a clown's yeah you've got a story i mean i don't wanna insult me but i knew that i personally wouldn't use that term. I'll i'll i'll do the outplay the backup. Yeah i was just quoting that. There's a chance there's a chance we could turn somebody change. Somebody's mind on this. You know because we're actually winning here in everybody's afraid of clowns so stop being one when when you come here we'll wash your makeup off and move foam knows in the garbage. Get over here. Yeah what's your story tonight. Joe you've got something out of los angeles as well. Yeah we'll talk about clowns Spic southern poverty. Lobby laws center. Enter dot org They released an article about. We are change La leader belise groups moderate image in its conspiracy obsessed patriot organizations la chapter chief involved in sovereign citizens movement And i just i. I'm going to say that there's nowhere of the guy that they're claiming to make these statements. He ever says sovereign citizen. So they're just throwing that out there and they always put it in like semi quotes ever like quoting him. The first ratio ever was on We call sovereign citizens to just be thrown into spfs's sps's face and then we change it to northern prosperity law center's kind of slapped and you can still look at over once in a while we come up a great some audio but in considerably more radical i This may brew wyler was charged with three counts of making threats in one of willful disobedience. I guess disobedience as always willful but of a court order court documents suggest that alleged threats were made against the law enforcement or official but do not further spell out the charges. And they don't even like quote or say anything that he actually said. And they don't disseminate that. Like i more to the point Perhaps brewer turns out to be deep Deeply enmeshed in the so-called sovereign citizens moving right wing radicals who believe that. The government has no authority to impose laws or regulations. I most americans will. You wouldn't call yourself a citizen if you didn't think that So earlier this year we are changed leader. Rogowski told the report that he started. We are changed to showcase patriot journalists We are changed original obsession with the nine eleven conspiracy theories still the group's bread and butter. You cannot be a sovereign which is a king like the king of yourself basically and also be a citizen which is essentially a subject. A person who hasn't yeah a citizen the definition of citizen and this is both a legal definition and a dictionary definition. Is somebody who owes a duty of allegiance in return for an obligation of protection so citizen citizenship is an agreement citizens ship. Says i'll do what you tell me in return for you protecting me. That's what citizenship is so. He has volunteered to sorry with cost. Like how much money to renounce your citizenship thousands of dollars thousands and thousands of dollars. At least i know that when roger veer from bitcoin dot com by the way longtime sponsor of the show. And thank you to the folks over. Bitcoin dot com for helping us out here on free talk live. They got some amazing Introductory information there but roger veer He renounced it citizenship. And he didn't just have to pay the filing fee. It's like the filing fee and jumping through the legal hoops as a couple thousand. At least from what. I understand he had to pay six figures. What to the government because they claimed that he owed them for like income tax or something like that so in order to renounce citizenship. He had to settle up. I saw yeah so in some cases it can be way more expensive than just a couple thousand dollars. Sure yeah so we can talk more about the the moors and what they have to say tim dickinson. Reporting a new report finds efforts to clean up the decades old gang culture within the sheriff's department in los angeles are. Here's a surprise failing so the government police cannot even police their own police. We internally investigate found new wrongdoings well. They know that there's wrongdoing because there's like known gangs within the gang right because we see we see clearly what the police are. It's a criminal gang. Police don't see themselves as a criminal gang. No they see themselves as the heroes the thin blue line between anarchy and chaos and and society or whatever civilizations right according to the story at least four secret cliques or gangs of sheriff's deputies with names like the bandidos and the executioners. That's nice name for a group of cops officer freely. Continue to operate and recruit within the la county sheriff's department despite recent reforms intended to ban them. The persistence of illicit factions is described in a new report commissioned by the la county that rebukes a department that quote either can't or won't unquote manage a problem. That is undermining the legitimacy of the law enforcement agency. Well let me tell you. Y'all's legitimacy was undermine long before the the executioners are bandidos were made public the we are change. La website is gone right now or at least what it was back then is no longer there and free hyphen. Bruno dot org has gone but again they exist on the internet archive and so going back to twenty ten in june. There's one of the snapshots and it's got we are change l. a. organizer faces terrorist chart so from free hyphen bruno. Dot org twenty ten. The site doesn't exist anymore and hasn't for many years. But i just want read. What their side of the story is because we know what the southern poverty law center said. And here's what we are changed. La set their lead organizer bruno. Bro wiler is being targeted as a terrorist threat. It all began. When bruno was sitting in the audience at a civil hearing for another member of we are changed los angeles the judge literally didn't like bruno's involuntary facial expressions and ordered him out of the courtroom. And this is something that you and i have. We've all been in like we've all been in other people's court hearings. We've all seen judges acting crazy and being little tyrants so we can relate. I remember when someone was imprisoned for a hat. Oh yeah. I remember when that happened. More than once Here in new hampshire. I also remember having drinking games in the courtroom every time someone said this than drink that wasn't in the courtroom. That was the city council of city council city. Not change the subject but i might go to jail for a parking ticket monday. I'll be there or at least i hope so. I still have to talk to my probation guy but had it on my schedule to felony resisting arrest. Charges were then tacked on which means bruno has charged with physically resisting. The officers twice. Though witnesses observed bruno did never resist the officers. The arresting supervisor claimed that bruno threatened to assassinate him then same officer ordered an under linked back up his claim as a false witness and charged bruno with making a terrorist threat while after nine eleven legislation was passed making it very easy to charge ordinary citizens as terrorists for almost any reason. They're calling him a potential cop killer. We're talking about bruno. Man who raises money for nine eleven first responders and the feel good foundation. he's also a member of southern california oath keepers and the initiator of talk to a cop wednesdays an outreach effort to befriend and educate law enforcement throughout los angeles. We're talking about a man. Committed to nonviolent change peace and social justice yes that bruno while in custody at another location for incarceration bruno was asked by an officer of he was the lead organizer of we are changed los angeles and the officer asked with a snide tone. If bruno had a website with other officers looking on either they did some quick research on him or they recognized bruno from some other method but they knew he was the lead organizer of we are changed. La the mention of it made it abundantly clear that he is being targeted for who he is. This is about all of us this about freedom. The struggle for bruno's freedom is a microcosm of what is happening all across the united states. Most cops won't bat an eye in new hampshire at somebody. Walking around open carrying a few of them have appreciated. I'm exercising my rights. That does happen here have expressed that come up to you and they'll show a genuine it. What seems like a more genuine interest than you would normally get from a cop in light. Hey man what you carry it in that kind of thing. Yeah i got pulled over they. They arrested me for not having a valid driver's license the times back in like two thousand. Fifteen in new hampshire. Yeah i was on my way to port fest. In every year port fest. We did a new vision. So i always bring hardware for people to try out. Maybe they teach them on the twenty twos. And if you want step up and try out an ak or ar fifteen or you can do it. So i had a trunk. Full ak's ar fifteen. And i had a you know you know me just doing my thing. Just how i roll so it might beat up on civic. So i had a on my hip. I had an h. k. Vp nine on the passenger seat. I had in a holster my walter. Ppq knows at the time we had a concealed. Carry permit a yes. Because i don't think we had the constitutional carry then. Yeah i must have. Yeah but so. I got pulled over and the cops. Like there's a gun on your pastor. You said there sure is. That's a fine observation. And when he finally ended up taking me out of the car you know as they do it for their safety and so forth he just found all my guns and he's like you know like what do you do for a living. He's like this is h k. Vp nineties and this is when they first came out in this hard to get. Everybody wants one. I had one and i also had the other one that was a competitor to it. You know if you don't pay a fine least here in new hampshire. I can't speak to what it's like in other states. But at least here in new hampshire. If you don't pay the fine if you get convicted you go to go to trial so like you've got a parking ticket. Guess coming up on monday. And they say you're guilty ten dollars or whatever the the amount is because the tickets do go up if you don't challenge them quickly is you're still at ten thirty okay. So usually went up a little bit so okay. Thirty dollars guilty. Would you like to pay at the window. And then all you have to do is just say no. I'd rather go to jail and And then what they'll do at that point. Almost every time is they'll say How about we give community service instead of uh instead of jail. No i'll see most people would would take the community service because normally if you if you ask them for community service like if they say all right. You're guilty thirty dollars. You say well judge. Can i have community service. Then what they do is they say. You need to fill out our financial affidavit and then they want to know about your bank accounts and they wanna know about if you have a house and what your car is and all that information suddenly. It doesn't matter anymore when you want it but if you're willing to go to jail they never ask you for the financial affidavit. They want you to take the community service because they don't want to send somebody to jail in front of a courtroom full of people for a parking if they offered me community service. And i'm going to say unless i'm sorry. I don't negotiate with terrorists said this before in court. This is going to be good. Is this your first new hampshire trial. Yeah i think so as you've been arrested in a few different places during your varied career of using auditing by. I'm probably a couple of weeks away from a settlement. They apparently hired the rand corporation. The county government did that's military industrial complex. Stuff isn't it ran. is that right. i don't know gang. The report they came up withdraws on an unprecedented survey on the departments. Roughly ten thousand sworn personnel and reveals it. Nearly one out of six deputies have been invited to join a subgroup a quarter of those within the past five years the report ops for neutral language of subgroups and cliques but recognizes that critics have long decried these factions as gangs pointing to pervasive initiation rituals tattoos hand signs and the groups often violent behavior since nineteen ninety two counties paid out nearly fifty five million dollars in quote subgroup related judgments unquote including twenty one million in the past decade alone in two thousand nineteen for example. They paid seven million dollars to settle a wrongful death. Claim by the family of a man shot and killed by a deputy with an executioner's tattoo. The report identifies four subgroups by the name as currently active each operating within different geographic station. So they have got territories. These gangs within los angeles sheriff's department the bandidos of eastern los angeles station the reapers of south los angeles the spartans of century station and the executioners of compton. It's been a while Sorry to hear about your court troubles. How're you doing with that. Well you know. I'm on a pretty severe bail conditions. Tom you're referring to the crypto. Six situation which people can learn more about the crypto six dot com where the fbi and a bunch of other government agencies goon squads rated the studios broke in at six in the morning and terrorize people. And it's you know it's pretty awful but you know it is what it is. So we're gonna we got lawyers and we're going to court. Was your best luck economy tonight. Well you were talking about police corruption And that's something that has always been a concern of mine relative to the f. o. p. i've been out of the business for a little bit The f. o. P. is really always been more of a union and a fraternal organization. Kind of like the american legion. I belong to both and is it true that anybody can just roll in from the public and have a drink at their their party house or whatever meeting how. I've been to like no events where people rented the hall full but the hall out but at least here in maryland roger. I belong to the ones that. I'm aware of just like the american legion. You have to be a member. Police aren't liable for anything. They do very rare that you can hold them accountable for their actions even if they were against their own rules or against the law or whatever. They're they're giving qualified immunity or sovereign immunity. And you know people have identified that that's a problem but you can't they haven't been able to change the system to get rid of it and gonna change. No it's not gonna change. They are private police forces out there like in detroit because the detroit police can't handle it so we like threat defense center. Isn't that what they're i'm not. I'm not exactly what the name of placed what did a you gotta look videos on but yes up down new rabbit hole there but no they actually saw a lot of issues and they the police. The actual you know government. Police can't handle everything. Threat management center threat management's with your health right and i feel like they've done better at investigating or Basically like Unsettling issues Without having to go further into a he's a kangaroo court systems. Yeah d.c de escalating situation. Yeah of course these private organizations would have incentives to do that stuff because you know they want to increase their business and if they're seen as peacemakers rather than people that going just crackheads run ever. There's a situation like you know you gotta fight at a bar. You don't have to hurt the people you don't have to put them in a cage shift to take them home. You just heard highlights from the latest episode of free talk live you can download full episodes. 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Good News for Newsom while Elder Dominates GOP Rivals

It's All Political

26:23 min | Last month

Good News for Newsom while Elder Dominates GOP Rivals

"Welcome to it's all political. The san francisco. Chronicle's political podcast. I'm joe gear fully the chronicle senior political writer. And today we're talking about the california recall and a new poll that contains some very good news for the object of that recall. Governor gavin newsom. R- also talked a lot about the man who is far and away. The leading candidate to replace newsom should he be recalled. That is conservative. Talk show host larry elder. We would like to welcome listeners of the fifth and mission podcast today. Welcome but before we get started for some of our listeners. One to tell you that perhaps warn you that whenever we talk about the recall we call it a total recall a vision. And we start by. Talking are very hacky. Arnold schwarzenegger voice. I'll be back. He did not go to say that you always say i apologize advance to the former governor. And so here's our conversation about the california recall. Welcome to another edition of the toll to recall podcast with our guests. They're blowing up the boxes in sacramento. That's alexi costs and dustin ghada alexia just at one hundred most powerful men in sacramento but the capital weekly alexi. How much can you bench if you go so powerful. I don't think. I even tried since my high school gym class where we had to go to the weight room so truly i. I don't know probably not that much. All righty that's that's enough our known for today. Are anyone else. Want to. Contribute their arnold. No that was very good. I'm impressed how much were you practicing. I'll be realized i spent little shower. Time with the with the show. Little arnold the shower of course. But that's unusual. Okay now we have back to semi serious stuff. We have a we have a new poll out. A brand new poll from the public policy institute of california california and it is decidedly guys on is decidedly. Good news for gavin news. We've two weeks less than two weeks to go before. September fourteen recall election date. The survey found essentially. This campaign is falling short to recall newsom. It found that fifty eight percent of likely voters oppose removing newsom while thirty nine percent one of booed him from office and that level supports remained pretty much unchanged since march at least from this poster which is one of the more respected ones in california. It found the the recall. Backers haven't expanded far beyond the core republican voters in california it. It breaks down like many things do these days. Along partisan lines at ninety percent of likely democratic voters oppose a the recall Most likely republican voters eighty two percent. Said they want newsom out and forty. Four percent of independent voters. Water recall newsom while forty nine percent oppose. That's a lot of numbers alexi. What did when you look at this This poll what. What did you pull from it. Yeah i mean to me. Those numbers are are not that surprising Based on reporting that. I've been doing. You're talking voters around the state. I would say it's very rare that i've come across a democrat who wanted to recall newsom or a republican who didn't want to recall new some and certainly that very much reiterate your point about what a partisan process this is ben despite assurances from recall supporters that they have this very broad ideological base of support. And you know. I think as we get toward you know now just a few weeks away from the from the actual election date and people are hearing more news about it. Actually have their ballots in front of them and and are really plugged in. You know you're starting to see the poll numbers reflect the fact that at the end of the day. This large ideological majority in the state is behind the governor that they elected just three years ago. This did you guys get the sense that the That the enthusiasm gap that we've talked about written about That between republicans and democrats republicans being much more enthusiastic to recall newsom than democrats have been to keep him. Do you sense that that is closing. Yeah i mean. I think these numbers do show that it. Democrats are lot more enthusiastic than they might have been. You know maybe a few months ago and it seems like you know the calories. Really come into the governor. I mean you have big national named democrats elizabeth elizabeth warren burnt bernie sanders. They both cut ads for the governor. Or you have a lot of progressive celebrities from Paula abdul to sir silverman. Coming in for the governor. So it's yeah i mean. Democrats across the country really kind of started to rally their base for the governor. And i think that is shoring up his number statewide and then in addition to that i mean we always knew. The governor is going to have a huge advantage in terms of money. He's raised more than he did in his last run for governor it with this recall and his twenty twenty two campaign committee and so i mean i think it reflects what kind of the forces we saw coalescing around the governor influencing those numbers in i think even more significantly to you know something that the democrats skipped doing twenty twenty was ground game and they're not making that mistake this time around. They are out there knocking on doors and telling people. Hey you gotta ballot. That's come in the mail. fill it out. It'll take you two minutes and then just pop it back in the mail. You don't even need a stamp for it and so you know we can see that people are listening. Millions of ballots are already getting returned and And those numbers appear to be even at a pace. That's slightly ahead of the early returns for the november election so Certainly people are getting you know now that this thing is real now that there's actually something in their hands and they can take action. You know doesn't matter how excited they are. They're acting on it. The the polls showed that. I think roughly half of the people respond to this word of not into any of the replacement candidates but the person who is getting the most attention both from the media and from from voters is larry elder the conservative talk show host but even he according to the public policy institute. Poll is only getting twenty seven percent of support and The newsom campaign is focused. A lot on him. They talk about his his Very strong opposition to abortion. We just heard news in the last twenty four hours before recording this about a very new a new law in texas. We extremely restrictive on abortion. And doesn't you're you're listening to elder talk today about About that law and What would they have to say about that. And about abortion general. Because that's he's been tagged as with that with that issue all the time. Yes i was press conference this morning. Where elder was asked about that. And you know he. He addresses her head on and he said he is very very much. You know antiabortion pro-life and he you know he would. He opposes roe v wade in. He would want to see that overturned that practically speaking. He said that even if he were to be governor it if that somehow happened that he doesn't think the law in california would change anytime soon. In fact he said there's zero chance it would change with a two thirds majority of democrats in the state legislature. And you know even when a little bit further saying that even if he wins abortion was still be available pretty much on demand as he said in california and i thought it was interesting because he's not really he's not trying to shy away from his views but he's trying to very i guess practically tell voters even if i win. Don't worry there. A lot of progressive things about california. That will stay there. Was i was listening to the to the bit of an odd strategy but i. I guess it's telling us that that the messaging from the news and campaign is is resonating at some level with voters. Where else is larry. Elder out of step with california a lot of other ways to dustin. He's you he doesn't want a minimum wage like zero minimum wage. Not even freezing. The minimum wage He doesn't think that racism and sexism are big things you said. These are not obstacles to people. He has made a numerous comments about the women. That are very misogynistic He he has in the past and the not too distant past he said climate. Change the crock. What what else do we know about. Larry elder where he's coming from. You've done some reporting on. Yeah i mean bottom. Line larry elder has given the nissan campaign. Very effective foil headed into the last part of this race. They found someone. They can really point to say that they can say is trump like candidate and i mean really almost on every issue larry. Elder is is very far right. Where most voters in the state are for example. I had a story over the weekend about his views on undocumented immigrants in on immigration in general. And you know. He supports trump's view of wanting to repeal birthright citizenship so the children of undocumented immigrants born in the country cannot cannot stay here legally but he's got even farther than some of trump's views for example in a column that he wrote back in two thousand ten elder argued that undocumented people should not have any access to public benefits including emergency medical care schooling for their children and there's no indication that elders changed his view on that issue. And then you know he's taken a lot of flack for his us on women especially that's probably been the biggest critique in the issue that his opponents have really seized on his stance on pregnancy discrimination in the workplace elder has doubled down on that he believes that an employer should have the right legally speaking to ask a woman whether they intend to have children because it could affect the businesses bottom line in terms of whether that woman takes leave from the job to go be with her baby so again. Yeah i mean there's a lot of us he has just really are out of the mainstream especially in the deep blue state. We'll be back with more of our conversation about the california recall campaign against gavin newsom after this short break and now here's more of our conversation with alexa casa and dustin gardner about the recall campaign against california governor gavin. Newsom elder at this press conference today said well you know. It doesn't really matter what i say. Because the democratic supermajority is exists. And then you know. But but doesn't if larry elder or really any of these republicans were to be elected. What would happen in sacramento would. What's what's how would that dynamic play out the democrats as we said have a super majority there What can a republican governor do with that. Yeah i mean. I think you know realistically speaking. There's a lot the governor couldn't do because there is that two-thirds majority. But also i mean i think that's kind of a simplistic way of looking at it because again. The governor has a lot of broad powers. I mean in terms of the abortion issue. The governor overseas the public health system in the state. And there's a lot of policies appointments that could affect the quality of reproductive care. Women have in the in the issue. More broadly even if abortion isn't somehow outlawed in the state alexei us would sacramento change if we had a republican governor and a democratic legislature. You know it's it's sort of hard to say exactly what the dynamic would look like because california hasn't had a republican governor in more than a decade and the last time they did the legislature the balance of power in the legislature was much closer. You know and and it was also sacramento kind of some of the most dysfunctional that it's ever been under you know arnold schwarzenegger fighting fighting with the legislature over budgets. And all kinds of things like that so you know you would have it completely sort of different dynamic here with this more than two-thirds control and both houses. They could do pretty much whatever they wanted if they wanted to. And it's a question of whether or not they would flex that power because you know it's been decades since there's been any legislative overrides of a governor's veto you know it's been A long time since you've had that kind of power struggle to to compare it to. I mean you look to other states where you have a legislature. That's firmly in control of one party and a Ah governor of the other party gets unexpectedly elected and mostly. That's been places like wisconsin or north carolina. Where you've had a democratic governors unexpectedly elected facing two-thirds control republican legislatures and they have taken all kinds of steps to limit the power of the governor to strip their duties and and make it so that they can't change things so it's very possible that we could see democrats here in california. Try and pull moves like that. You know but does as doesn't points out there's only so much you can do on the regulatory side when there's certain things that you know governor just have control of in terms of appointments judgeships you know and all kinds of decisions like that about You know how to pull the levers of power behind the scenes was I've been hearing a lot of the more than any election. I can remember hearing from voters Both the contact me directly or people say the street or whatever and saying you know. Who should i vote for. I'm a. I'm a democrat or left left-leaning independent. I don't The newsom campaign has been telling voters vote no on the recall but leave the second part blank and this who fight them. I don't wanna leave. The second part blank just seems weird. That seems like. I'm not doing my duty as a citizen. So i put that question two dozen democratic strategists in california and after of course granting anonymity so they could speak freely and not kiss off. Potential future isn't this. They came back with a near unanimous. Verdict and people said kevin faulkner the former mayor of san diego. A republican who was a mayor and a democratic majority city democratic city council. Now these weren't these weren't endorsements they would say stuff like well. He's not going to burn the place down or he's the least offensive or he. At least he knows what he's doing he's worked with democrats he knows how machinations of government work etcetera etcetera. But you look at this. This survey that came out today and elder is the only person doing getting any kind of support. These other folks faulkner five percent. John cox I think three percent kevin kiley assemblyman from placer county Three percent Our friend caitlyn jenner one percent. What why have these other. Republicans not caught on. Where elder hats. When you look at a survey like that and you sort of assume that democrats were democratic leaning voters make up about sixty percent of the electorate in california. Then you start to break down the numbers and that twenty seven percent. That larry elder has eating up about three quarters of the republican leaning voters in the state. Right which doesn't leave a whole lot of room for everybody else and as much as those democratic consultants you talk to may think that kevin faulkner is the choice. That's a very sort of political chattering class type of opinion to have your average. Democratic voter is more partisan. They're probably not gonna you know. Look past the party label. They're they're looking at the handful of kind of no name democrats who are on the ballot and trying to pick between them actually a very interesting conversation last week in the capital with a lawmaker while i was waiting for a hearing to start and we were talking and he was freaky now. He didn't know what to do on question two and he said to me that like he also was thinking about should he vote for kevin falkiner and then every time. He watched him in debates. He just couldn't stomach doing it because he didn't feel like there was a single thing that kevin faulkner ever said that. Was you know an olive branch reaching out to democrats to say. I would be with you. And so he was going to try and figure out who from among the remaining he knew he wouldn't over kevin path. You know the the the youtuber That was off the table but he was saying like i will not vote for nobody. I'm not gonna you know not gonna follow that piece of advice from the newson campaign. And so he was really struggling with what to do. I think there's a lot of voters who are like that. They just they cannot bring themselves to vote for someone who's not a democrat and you know and so what you've got is a fifty percent of people clueless about what to do when i think the other thing playing out to is the new some campaign and democrats have so strongly pressed this idea of skip the second question and that really seems that resonated i mean it seems like a lot of progressives are taking that advice without question is for someone like faulkner. You know it's he might have been hoping to take up democrats in a democratic leading independence and even if he doesn't think he can win this time he might have been hoping that he would have stronger than expected showing to give them some sort of justification to run in twenty twenty two perhaps but again democrats have really sort of frozen anyone out from picking up more of their votes in all this the public policy. It's did surveys found that of the no voters on the recall. Forty percent say they wouldn't vote under replacement candidate and twenty six percent. Remain unsure of who they like on this. It's a it's a. it's a weird dynamic. i want also talk about There's a there's a firm in sacramento called political data. They are monitoring all of the ballots. That are being returned across california. They're breaking them down by party They're breaking them down by ethnicity and race of the voter alexi. What have you found in those. And what do they tell us about the votes that have been in so far. Yes so what. The early returns are showing. Is that Already several million people have returned their ballots. You know we're looking at turnout. Two weeks ahead of the election turnout. That's already topping twenty percent so it'll be very interesting to see how high that might ultimately go But certainly you know will not be among the lowest we've ever seen in california and The The ballots have come in so far overwhelmingly from democrats over the last couple of years especially in the trump era. We've seen this radical shift in voting patterns. You know Absentee ballots used to be something that older more conservative voters really relied on and democrats would have to turn out sort of these You know maybe more unreliable voters right at the end of an election to get them to the polls and trump has really cast doubt on mail ballots as democratic states like california have massively expanded their use and so in in these first couple of weeks of returns now democrats are completely outpacing. Their share of the electorate in terms of the ballots are coming in. That's no guarantee of new holding on but as we discussed this is a pretty partisan Election you know by all polling and interviews. That i've done everything i mean. In all likelihood. The vast vast majority of those democratic voters are voting. No on the recall and so it's a really good sign early on for democrats that the votes that are coming in are probably on their side. One of the one of the most baffling twists in this. The poll came out. Today was that fifty. Three percent of likely voters approved of the way. Newsom is doing his job. Which is roughly the same level of support. He's had since he had in february twenty twenty but at the same time forty two percent of likely. Voters think california's in some degree of recession. Which that just. I mean and i talked to mark baldassare the head of the public policy institute. The poster did this and he said that just shows the the level of polarity in on our electorate. How partisan we are if you're a democrat. You like democrats. Republicans like republicans. I was baffling the numbers astounding given the level of gdp growth. We've had in in this state or the last year economies boomed here and that's obviously you know shown by the massive nearly eighty billion dollar state budget surplus that we had but for some you know for all the reasons that we've talked about in this campaign from homelessness to crime to wildfires. There's a sense of malays. That's really potent on the right with republicans. Despite how their you know their bank account might be doing. And in addition to your fine work in sacramento you guys have also been covering some of the fires here in california the wildfires. They're not threatening Region around lake tahoe. Destroying a lot of. It's it's it's heartbreaking. Anyone who who's been there goes there and loves that part of the state politically dustin. How does this affect newsom is the wildfires and his handling of it does this. Does this have any bearing on this. Right yeah absolutely. I was talking to political scientists. The other day in his thought was if there really is one. Major wildcard left in this race. Given newsom seems to be on a little bit stronger footing than he was earlier in the summer. It would be the wildfire season. You know the counter fire is racing toward south lake. Tahoe at all the images of tahoe being covered in ash. This just really pristine place that people associate with california's in all the natural beauty. We have in the state seeing those images this political scientists that sort of thing that could be the wildcard to push people against newsom in the governor has not faced a lot of scrutiny about this in the last couple of weeks but earlier in the summer there was a lot of negative news coming out about his handling of wildfires in particular Cap radio the npr affiliate in sacramento. They they broke a story showing that his administration had dramatically overstated. The amount of acreage that had been treated to clear brush that would make it more susceptible to fires so. I think it'll be interesting to watch in this last bit. How much opponents. Try to to seize on the imagery coming out of the northern part of the state in emphasize that story which might have you know kind of Did out of their radar a little bit. As voters are getting their ballots. I think one thing though that is you know a real uphill battle for republicans on using this as a wedge issue against newsome is that his his administration has been very effective over the last couple of years when they had trump as a foil of using the wildfires as a way to sort of boost newsome's image. You know as the one who was out there You know leading the state through these record-breaking wildfire fire seasons despite the fact that most of the land forest land that's burning in california is federally controlled. And you know he would make these very dramatic requests for more money and and help and things like that. So i think it's another thing that in its way has been politicized. There's a partisan divide. I think a lot of democrats you know. See newsom as a leader on this rather than somebody who has failed in his duties. And you know it may not be something where you know recall. Supporters are ultimately able to gain. Traction gentlemen were down to the wire two more weeks so the recall and i think the best news about that is Two more weeks. Where i can do my hacky arnold schwarzenegger impression i know. I know you'll you'll be. You'll be fewer to probably be most relieved when the recalls over for that very reason i'd say well to you now because it's all but does does it alexi. Thank you for being here. Go ahead what do you want to say. I'll be back. I'll be back shower time. I could tell you very nicely done. I give it to you for that. i always. We'll see you next time. Bye take joe. I'd like to thank you all for listening and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy. I'd like to thank alexi. And dustin for being here today to alexi for his swing at the arnold impersonation very impressive i'd like to thank daya. Francesca prize for producing today's episode. Always we'd always liked to throw out some love for our theme music. 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9-09-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 2

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9-09-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 2

"Portions of the following program may contain. Prerecorded your health plan. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it. All this. he's the mike gallagher show. We rebuilt the military. We took care of everything all that beautiful stuff that brand new stuff and you know who has it now. The taliban wasn't supposed to happen now. We see they're wearing our uniform and they're flying helicopters. It's a disgrace. Actually think is very good for republican party. She's very good for conservatives. I shows people just how radical become known from the relieffactor dot com studio. Here's mike gallagher. Manager show good to listen to donald trump. talk about this afghanistan debacle the by administration has completely blown it and last night he was with gregg gut failed on fox news and he had an ability as donald trump always does. He has such an easy going way of breaking things down and putting them in sort of a perspective that that everybody kind of gets here. He was with gregg last night on fox news but leave eighty five billion dollars worth of equipment for them to fly around patchy helicopter so this is the greatest war machine outside of the submarine. This is the greatest war machine. There is the apache great very very tens of millions of dollars. They have twenty eight of them. Yes that's more than any other country in the world has except for us. I can't even get a gun in new york. I if i joined the taliban mike could have gotten a health problem yes sure that the other day we have guns but the taliban they can have twenty seven each. I could have a helicopter that would give me to the hamptons and back. Yeah no wonder gut fell. Show is beating everybody in its time slot. It's become a hugely successful show for fox news. Because sometimes you just got laughed at these people. It's beyond satire. Tony blinken the secretary of state. You know what he's worried about with the talibans new government. There's not enough diversity. Now these are terrorists and he's worried about the lack of women. You think i'm making it up listeners. Yesterday the taliban named a new interim government processing the announcement despite professing that a new government would be inclusive. The announced list of names consists exclusively of individuals were members of the taliban or their close associates and no when we're also concerned by the affiliations and track records some of those individuals. We understand the taliban presented this as a caretaker cabinet. We will judge it by its actions not enough women concerned. We're going to write a strongly-worded letter to the taliban dear abdullah the butcher you don't have enough women on in your cabinet dear tony terrorist of the taliban. You don't have enough women. What about people of color we need to have all segments of your society represented and you don't we're concerned about the again beyond satire. You want to hear another headline that will show you the direction of biden's america. The national archives records administration has placed a harmful content warning on the constitution. The national archives records administration now labels are governing document as harmful or difficult to view. The warning applies to all the documents across the archives catalog website including the bill of rights and the declaration of independence. I say this all the time. I'm going to say again. These people are crazy. These are lunatics. The inmates are running the asylum. And get ready today. Because poor joe biden. Who barely knows where he is at any given day on any given day. He's going to have a big announcement today about a six pronged kovin plan. I can't wait to see what these six prongs are going to be like circle back. Jen was asked about it yesterday at the white house. Also been very firm and maintaining independence between the federal government and what schools and the private sector does. So tomorrow she. We anticipate the president to say much is with us already said to urge those entities to take action or war new actionable. There will be new steps. The president announces tomorrow absolutely new steps. The americans jay z. Light should we expect any new kitchen recommendations as an example vaccination or not it depends on if you're vaccinated or not will there. There's a big tell from circle back asaki depends on whether you're vaccinated because if you're not vaccinated your dirt if you're not vaccinated you can get fired. You can be discriminated against and ps. that's going to apply to a lot of african americans. You're going to meet a black woman named victory boyd. And why do i mention her race because it shouldn't be relevant but statistically there is a there is a data point that this biden administration cannot avoid. There is deep resistance within the african american community to taking the vaccine and a lot of black americans have reasons that are their business. Victory boyd is a grammy award. Winning singer songwriter. She was supposed to sing the national anthem tonight before the tampa bay buccaneers dallas cowboys game. Well she won't be the. Nfl cancelled her because based on her religious beliefs. She doesn't want to get the vaccine if she won't get vaccinated. They wouldn't let her sing now. Now think about this idiocy. consider this lunacy. A stadium filled with people tens of thousands of screaming football fans. Many of whom i would presume are unvaccinated. Because there's no vaccine requirement to enter raymond james stadium for the big game tonight. Those people can be up there in the stands without a vaccine but the woman who was gonna make twenty thousand dollars and get all kinds of national exposure who believes because of her christian faith she does not feel comfortable yet taking a vaccine and she was going to stand in the middle of football field and sing the star spangled banner. Nfl said you're fired. Cancelled no national anthem. Performance for victory boyd tonight. Well we're going to talk to victory boyd at the bottom of the hour. She's gonna come by join us in a few minutes and we're going to find out what she has to say. We'll talk about her journey and this very very difficult chapter in her life because very little media has been been afforded her story. Shocker right shocker. Nfl fires young black woman from singing the national anthem because she's unvaccinated outside of the epoch times you'd be hard pressed to find a big story about tampa bay a tampa bay times where you associated press. Nbc abc cnn. Where are you well. Not not much of a story because the optics are very bad for the nfl to fire a young black woman. And just when you thought it couldn't get any couturier. Surely the democrats don't have a young white woman in a monkey mask trying to assault larry elder right. Oh yeah they do yesterday. In venice california. Larry was on the campaign trail visiting and speaking about homelessness and the crisis. That gavin newson newsom has helped create and he was met by an angry group of protesters including a young white woman who drove up to larry behind him on a bike wearing a monkey mask and she's she flung an egg his head missing him by inches then. She assaulted somebody who tried to protect. Larry she slapped a campaign aide to larry elder wearing her gorilla mask. If stacy aprons was hit with an egg by a white guy wearing a monkey mask in georgia when she was running for governor. You think all hell would break loose. Oh you bet it. Would anderson cooper would slump over on the spot story morning noon and night. Go look for the story of larry. Elder being assaulted by the young white chick with the monkey mask on can zones reacted to it last night on fox news. Yeah i i've seen this and it's absolutely infuriating. I know larry elder. He's a friend. He's a mentor. He's on the board of the exit foundation. Which is my foundation and let me tell you something right now if this is on the other side of the white woman wearing a monkey mask Threw an egg at a black democratic candidate. This would be wall to wall coverage and actually this might actually constitute a hate crime in los angeles. We need to find out exactly who this woman issue needs to be arrested and she should be charges brought because this this is absolutely criminal and disgusting might be racist. I'm unsure why she was wearing the monkey mask. I have no idea what she was wearing it. But i'd like to see more information about that. One hundred percent correct. This young punk should be identified. She should be arrested. Charged a monkey mask again beyond satire. it's the left. who are the racists. they're the real racists. They're the ones telling us blacks too stupid to be able to get a photo. Id to vote. they're the racists. They're the ones failing to denounce a gavin newsom supporter wearing a gorilla mask throwing eg at the head of a black gubernatorial candidate. I know larry elder faces insurmountable odds next week but man. Oh man if it happen. What what shock waves that would send. And and what a great victory that would be over these evil vile violent leftists. It's thursday september the nine twenty twenty one. We're in the relief factor dot com studios. I'd love your voice before. Victory joins us. Let's get your take on all these things. What eight hundred six. Five five mike. Eight hundred six five five six four five three. We have an open line waiting for you join us. 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He'd be right if the media covered this but they're not even widely covering this outside of the epoch times and you know fox news and just conservative media. This california recall is going to hinge on democrats who vote against gavin newsom. There aren't enough republicans to pull it off. I don't think but if enough democrats are disgusted with the antics of the of the crazies and the vile left and this racist woman for example and the failure for from gavin news or anybody to denounce it larry wins. It's gonna it's gonna come down to democrats having to do the right thing in california. And i hate that but you know what that's what's going that's what it's gonna tank and it could. It could happen. It could absolutely happen there. Another miracle could happen. It would be a trump twenty sixteen type of miracle for gavin newsom to get recalled. Larry elder become the next governor. Tamra wants to weigh in as a black woman on the issue of the vaccine again responding to the data that we know that a lot of black americans are resistant and hesitant over this vaccine. Hi tamra thanks for joining us. Try like Yeah i am black. And i'm also a healthcare worker. And i've been mandated to take the vaccine yet but i do have hesitancy on my part because i think that the government sometimes forgets. They think because we have black skin. We have short memories. I mean i was raised with my parents telling me stories of how people were you know. Black people were mistreated in the hospitals and black people were used as guinea pigs. And you know it's very hard to then reconcile. Oh let's just give the shot and then to really put bring a push where they wanna knock on your doors come to your churches or whatever and not. Push you into making this decision to take this and i happen. What happens. What happens if your employer eventually mandates you make forces you to get the vaccine or you'll lose your job. What are you gonna do well. that's you know. That's that's a quandary. My husband he works. He also works as a. He's in the hospital and they did mandate him so he yeah he took it well. Let's put it this way. He was the last person to take it down the hall that he got that brandon kicking and screaming to get the job. My goodness well stick around. Stick around tampa. You're going to want to hear my interview with with victory boy. She's coming up next a grammy award winning singer songwriter. She collaborate with gonyea on his big jesus album and she was fired from being able to sing the national anthem. Tonight before the tampa bay bucks dallas cowboys game. She joins us to share her story. Next boone you see it at the pump. 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James stadium here in the tampa bay area. Here's a little bit of victories. Music beautiful beautiful voice beautiful woman And a very successful singer songwriter. High our if you signing the guy no You know who our. It's a new dawn. It's a new day. It's a new live for me Now as the result of this cancellation according to breitbart She will be denied her. Twenty thousand dollars performance fee. Of course she'll lose all the national exposure she was going to get and all because her beliefs have precluded her from wanting to get the vaccine very pleased to welcome victory. Boy to the mike gallagher show victory. Thank you very very much for joining us. And first of all. I think i speak for millions of people who say how sorry they are the experienced. This what a what a. What a terrible terrible week you've had Yeah it's it's unfortunate. But i feel that i represent actually billions of people that are going through various things and stays. Well there's no. I just had a caller right before you young black woman in ohio. Who's a healthcare worker. And she's resistant to the vaccine. She said black people have a long memory and the history of the government and various things that have been that have been done to black americans. People have various reasons. People have reasons that that range from from the history of america to their religious beliefs. As i understand it you were you. Were requesting an exemption a religious exemption. Tell us about why you you didn't want why you haven't gotten the vaccine and what that how that played out with the nfl. Well it's really unclear at this point of how the vaccine will have long-term effects on the human body and reading the scriptures and hearing how you're encouraged to knock defile the body because of how sacred how secret over the holy spirit. It's unsure of at this point If taking the vaccine is defiling the by and i feel a lot safer With doing research waiting to see how things pan out as most rushing in in out. Without knowing you. I am arming myself. You know you posted a statement about having to to fight the good fight really essentially against discrimination and people who are being treated as second class citizens Because of this vaccine controversy we know there is a great hesitancy within the african american community over this vaccine. Share with me how you feel about what what. It appears to be within. This does appear to be absolute discrimination against the sag an entire segment of our population so a great percentage of african americans are hesitant to take the vaccine on. But it's not just speed of all walks of life from every type of community demographic have reasons that are personal to them up or why they are hesitant or just absolutely not taking vaccine unless specifically in the black community the numbers are are pretty high and so it starting to create a situation where in our community oftentimes there's not enough advocacy. There's not enough protection first. Place a so could easily be targeted racially in addition to Our health vaccination status and that just be another another means by which we are targeted. But we're i s not only Entirety were you surprised that the nfl made this decision an email that was shared with the epoch times nfl senior director for media and entertainment events. Seth to taos ski. Wrote your your father and your manager. John the vaccination status makes you ineligible. Ineligible perform the national anthem. What's crazy to me. Victory is that this is a stadium. Tonight that's going to have five seventy thousand people. There's no vaccine requirement for the fans in the stands so you would have stood in the middle of the field you have to be vaccinated but all those fans don't it. The whole thing seems preposterous to me. Were you surprised that the nfl's decision you know. I wasn't really. I was disappointed. I don't know that surprise is the right word because i'm standing obstacles in many things. That are unbear- As a african american woman in the music industry it's just reality things so many blockages And you know. I'm part of a lineage. In legacy of women that have overcome these and blockages a distinct songs. You know but. I was just disappointed. Because i thought we were farther than this. I thought my ancestors already up off in one of these battles and here we are twenty twenty one still fighting more so disappointed but i do have hope and i make decisions and choose buy That people beyond people in generation sitcom won't have to replace the same things and Victory boyd is with us. She's a grammy award. Winning singer songwriter. She want a grammy for her work with. Kanye west's album jesus is king and you have performed the national anthem before Twice as i understand your dad. Who's also your manager has written a letter to governor rhonda santa's here in florida. He seems to be a real champion for freedom. He's been fighting against mandates. Tell tell us about the letter that your dad wrote on your behalf to governor dissenters. Yes so the idea. Is that if we can get the governor to stand up for this case. This case serve as catalysts for all other cases where people are losing their jobs. People are denied service. All sorts of things that are happening really all were all all factors but even in florida. Where a champion freedom. These things are still happening so we feel that it can be the first one to really take series look at policy after tax from being discriminated against or denied jobs services of because of air health records that can he sevi- stuff the rest of the country and the rest of the world but what's next for victory void where what is due to. Your career has this. Do you think this has help you or hurt you to be embroiled in this controversy. Well i have no career as performing artists. It do not Take on this matter because this is just the beginning. This is perhaps the most high profile situation but there are a lot of other Aces where you can't come a perform. It don't have vaccine and your audience ask people in vaccinated or else. They cannot dissipate in in form instant. Enjoying and i just think that's right. And so i personally have decided to not perform segregated audiences and i don't think that I don't think. I have a career in as a performing artist in today's world if we don't start challenging these things so on one hand i i felt very heavy about all the losses taken less you days for speaking up But on the other hand it's a great loss. I don't speak up a lot of text messages. Including this kind of sums up the the dozens and dozens of text messages. That are coming in right now. Victory has a beautiful voice. I know she is already a star. She has every right not to get a vaccine is a religious beliefs her decision. Everyone has a right to make their own decision here in america and bravo to victory for standing for what she believes in I i know that in our in our audience a lot of people who are supporting you are you. Are you feeling a lot of support as well or getting much pushback both oh best of what's happening on the internet because It's both blessings. Prayers curses everything all of the above. But i do appreciate what i did. Go on social media this morning in this woman from australia. Who sent me a message of all the horrible things that are happening in australia. And she said you know you guys are being an example for us that you do not want to get to this place we are. We are where you know. There's just absolutely no no sovereignty no respect for individual choice in freedom and just complete lockdown percussive and so she was basically cheering us on saying you know you guys are the land of three in the home of the brave like you guys do it. Any of us can do it so basically things like that really having christening well. A lot of us are praying for victory in a and i wish nothing but the best. I hope you have a continued successful career. Keep fighting the good fight. Thank you very much for spending some time with this. You're on the mike gallagher. Show good luck so much. I just wanna say really quickly. Yeah i wanna see real quickly your confinement use it online. Act the sound of victory dot com. Anyone likes me. There's information there who after hearing this beautiful rendition of feeling good. I want to hear more of your work. So what's the what's the site again. dot com. i'm on it. And i'm charlotte are to thank you victory. God bless her see Running Blasts The nfl during the national anthem. But if you're not vaccinated you can't think the national anthem everybody out there boycott the nfl. Eight mike isn't it. Awkward at the national anthem stands for freedom yet. She was fired for exercising freedom. Well i'm the same way about the. Nfl i was going to watch tonight. I mean i'm living in the tampa bay area Kind of fun to be in town. That has a super bowl champion. I was also a years long season ticket holder for the dallas cowboys. It would have been a great thing to watch. I'm not doing it. i'm just. I i was ready to watch the nfl again. And this is one more reason why i'm not there. Woke there They want to crush a young christian woman her career for what a and yet. You're not gonna expect the fans to be vaccinated but for her to stand out in the middle of the field and sing the star spangled banner. Now i'm out i'm out. I don't even care who wins. Who loses. i'm not going to watch the game. And this is a good time for for everybody to take a stand and she's taking a stand here's mike. Hey mike welcome to the show. What did you think of victories comments. Mike there this is mike cock yes. I'm sorry i okay like that undoing. Great sir thank you very much good. I think that oh americans and basically the players. That are there in tampa. Both sides boycott play and and they offered sing. Be a big stand via bold stand. Pretty unlikely they're going to do that but But i appreciate where you're coming from. Eight hundred six five five mike john. You're next hi john. Hey mike guy intriguing topic. I give you credit for the got to bring up stuff. That really matters. Man i to comment on that. One of them. I i would be interested to find out. Who got the gig instead of her. Okay well that's a great role because that's a great point who's gonna who will it be. Will it be it because you know. They're all woke. They're all about diversity. And what's that gonna look like good question right and the other point i got is i didn't i although i agree with the lady. I didn't think we needed to bring the racism into this as well. You know why a couple of a couple of people have raised that via text message. Let me tell you why race is important in this. Because that's what the left does all the time. Everything is about race so the optics of the biden administration forcing black people who are largely resistant. It i mean he he. Certainly you see the irony in that. Don't you the i would. Except for one point she wouldn't have got the gig in the first place if it was raked. who knows. i don't know why she got the gig i mean. I think there are a lot of people who are getting gigs right now. Because they are people of color there are plenty of people who are being hired now to replace white people in the in the woke moment that the left wants us to be in. who knows. But but you can't avoid the optics of this. You know woke by administration forcing young black people to get a vaccine and believe me. The shoe is on the other foot. They'd be screaming racist to the mountaintops coming up. Wow the last poll. that came out over biden. He is underwater. Big time gavin newsom scrambling in the beast is trying to crush. Larry elder get a lot more coming up including news out of afghanistan. Stick around the mike gallagher. Show for a busy thursday continues.

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"In order to meet this moment we have to recognize. I have made mistakes period. Full stop the way. Arrogantly handled the pandemic and shut everything down on. Its own kids in private school. Exemptive don't winery. Appoint himself is the homeless off for me call. That's pretty boy period full stop. he's trash. I believe we have a statewide emergency homelessness and crime in the cost of living. That's exactly what i'm doing every single day. Twenty four seven. They don't realize the connection between what's going on in sacramento pipe houses and so hard people that have behind this are of the three percenters. Proud voice spoke. Stay support cunanan conspiracies. That's the origin. Here were exhausted. By the ron johnson's and the tucker carlson's were exhausted by marjorie taylor. Greens were exhausted by the right wing echo chamber that has been perpetuating misinformation that are connected with what's going on in sacramento are so bad period. Full stop we're not going to change course just because of a few naysayers and doomsayers you don't have the choice to go out and drink and drive and put everybody else's lives at risk. We're going to defeat the recall. He's fun do what update on the recall against governor newsom from john and ken john. Melton ten chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. No thank you for coming everybody to another version of an update on the recall. Of course the actual election day is september fourteenth. But the ballots are out there. If you choose to mail it in. There's been a lot of debate about whether or not to do that but there are. Reports of ballots are coming back in various counties already on votes. We're gonna bring on. Karl denial from reform california talk. Show host down in san diego to talk about their new ad and The urge to get people to make sure that turn out there to recall newsom. Hey carl what's going on. Oh goodness we are so busy with only three weeks left in this recall we got lots to do lots of votes to turn out. And it's super close. What are you doing to turn out the vote on your side. We have identified. Eight hundred thousand Low propensity republican voters. these are voters statewide. That only vote once or twice every four to five years typically in presidential elections. We do without calling them and in without knocking on their doors. They're probably not going to vote in this recall but if they do vote they're gonna vote. Yes they're gonna vote our way so we have to contact eight hundred thousand of these Low propensity republicans and just dragging out to the ball. How do you content also are well. There's another list so there's another list of two point. Five million california voters who are independence and even some conservative democrats who we've identified using a number of data analytics in our database As persuadable voters Lots of latinos are in this mix a lot of independence a lot. Older homeowner home owning democrats And we believe that we can persuade these voters to our side. And so these are the two universes to list that we're trying to go after now. Bright question how do you go. After these voters have gavin. Newsome's money you could just run a bunch of tv ads but what we're doing with our limited but is we're urging volunteers to connect with our campaign download our campaign app on their phone which is free insecure To make phone calls and to walk door to door to knock on the doors of these specific voters if every You know neighborhood got one volunteer for the yes on. Recall side to do this and usually it's about twenty to thirty voters in each neighborhood. We are going to win. Because i believe human contact one on one friend telling friend neighbor. Telling neighbor is so much more powerful in persuading votes and in turn out votes than television ads so the first thing is volunteers to go door to door and to make phone calls also sending. Are you ready for this over three million text messages for this campaign And we've Committed to make more than Two point five million phone calls during this campaign so We're doing all we can to reach these voters What is in the limited budget that we what is the best pitch that you're using to get these Lazier voters motivated and get involved in this recall well there. There's there's really. Two different pitches for the republican voters. It literally is. Hey you're republican need to vote And i'll make it easy for you. I'll tell you how to fill out the ballot. You have to vote. Yes and then you get to vote for the replacement candidate of your choice It literally is just pure pressure. It is just that nudge that knock on the door that phone call for the two point. Five million persuadable voters the real issues. That drive them are number one. The cost of living in california. The cost of gas cost housing Utility prices the taxes the mandates the problem in attracting business. So it's really. Can you afford to live in california. Which is both a job issue in a cost issue. The second issue is crime. People are scared and rightfully so newsom has released these prisoners We're now coddling. Criminals bhai not really enforcing laws anymore. and so crime has skyrocketed so crime is a big driver and then There's a coming in. Third place is a couple of different issues that motivate from homelessness to the school's failing to just news some being a hypocrite You know an entitled Politician and arrogant politician. What we're also finding cove it motivates democrat voters and A lot of latino voters and not from the standpoint that maybe he would. I would see covert we see. The governor has overreached and impose costs on businesses and shut down schools Unnecessarily know what they're worried about is the fact that this governor has been a bad role model. He didn't wear a mask at the french laundry. And he also has given exemptions to his buddies and hollywood certain industries even the teachers got special exemptions from his covert. Bandaids so Cove is something that we also need to identify as responding to those voters who out there. Who are legitimately concerned with vid and things that he's done a poor job and they just need to be you know we have to just walk them through why he's done a poor job on cove and we can win their vote to you ballot harvest. Yes i don't like ballot harvesting. I wish it was not the law. It is A terrible practice but we are training our volunteers on the legal way to harvest ballots. And so i've urged people to do the following number one asks for the ballot at the door and in order to harvest about legally. The voter has to fill out ballot themselves. They have to fill in the bubbles. And you know vote for who they want to vote. You cannot do that. They must be the only one touching their actual ballot. The ballot then is put into the envelope. You seal it. They have to sign the outside of the envelope with their signature. And then you fill in your information as the harvester On the ballot this on the outside of the pats on the outside of the envelope Then as a harvester you either have to take it to the registrar of voters office or their dropbox. You have a choice of the two A lot of people say i'm not going to Give my ballot over. And that's fine. You know smart. People aren't going to hand their ballot over to anyone so we ask our volunteers to urge them to immediately. Put it in the us. postal service. mail mail system and i know a lot of people. Don't trust the male. But here's the thing with a low propensity voter. Would you rather have a shot of the vote. Getting in through the mail system or a pretty high probability. It's going to sit on the kitchen counter under newspapers and mail for the next six months so i if you have a choice between you know you know urging them to use the postal service and just leaving them to their own volition. Just get them to put it in their their mailbox. The great thing is you can tell them. it's a free mailing it. You don't have to have a stamp. Just put it in your mailbox. Put the little flag up. And you're you're postal. Delivery person will pick it up and take the ballot in You can also track ballots online on. Where's my ballot. It's a website. So these are the the training chips that we give volunteers but we're urging volunteers to connect with the campaign. Yes on recall dot org. And and i can't impress enough if you don't volunteer. We don't win. I guarantee you that because he has so much more money. Newsom has so much more money to buy what he needs to try to cram through enough of these votes to save his hide so we need volunteers. Yes on recall dot org and about that. Tv ad that we released this morning in spanish and english are also on that website. Yes on recall that oregon and we think the ad does a pretty darn good job of making the case to To recall newsom. I we're gonna play it after the break but one more question call. What do you make so far of the returns. It looks like the mail ballots coming under heavily democrat. Oh that's exactly what we expected so about. A million have come back. And if you've noticed since last week when the initial batch came back with about two hundred thousand votes Democrats were leading with sixty. Two percent of the votes cast so far. Now that's dropped to fifty six percent so the trend is that their initial lead is being cut into as more people are voting. Got one more than twenty i. Twenty twenty just just real quick and twenty twenty These numbers might seem. You know scary right now. But in twenty twenty the numbers were worse. It was eighty percent democrat and the first batches so Republicans are holding onto their ballots. Which kind of concerns me. I need them to turn them in. Get them in but We believe that most of our voters will be getting a in in the coming weeks and days and some of them are going to wait right till election day to vote And we from behind with fifteen and twenty twenty when we defeated that tax measure. I absolutely believe we'll see the same trend here But we're going to need help from volunteers to make sure we hit hit the numbers that we need to hit one quick question. You heard the story about the guy that they sound he. Oh yeah with three hundred plus ballots in this car. And there's cars at a seven eleven. He had drugs in the car at three hundred Ballots from longdale and compton addresses. What do you think that's about. I i i think that At at the best it's indicative of the high crime in california if we're being generous it's just high crime but i i suspect that Given the system that the democrats have put in place. There's all sorts of opportunities for voter fraud for ballot. theft. And so i. I fear that this may be part of a bigger issue. I i think this needs to be fully investigated I'm not so sure that a local police department has the ability to investigate something like this. I think this is something that even the us department of justice should look into you. And i both know that that's not gonna happen But that's why all the more important that we get people Working with rickman al at fix california and other groups To to fight for for election integrity this system is rotten. It is inviting widespread a fraud. There are no internal controls. There's no chain of custody on ballot harvesting The signature checks are absurd. They don't really do a check on signatures. So we literally are issuing an open invitation for people to engage in voter fraud and That's why so many people don't trust the system that does not mean we can't win. We can win. It just means that we're going to have to turn out even more voters to compensate for Their ability to go out potentially get one or two or maybe even. Three percentage points using harvesting illegally. All right carl carl. Thank you very much. We appreciate it. Thank you all right. Called the bio reform california more coming up. John and ken. Kfi johnny catch cowbell kitchen. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. We'll be joined by recall candidate. Kevin faulkner the former mayor. San diego showed up in l. a. Today with a new idea on the homeless problem speaking of the homeless while next hour we'll address. What's going on in playa vista over in the area playa del rey the wetlands there last week reports have several men shot because most people know this but there are a bunch of rv's camps encampments. There it's disgusting right on. Top of the environmentally sensitive. Wetlands will talk to a woman next hour who would like to replace mike bonnet council member and knows all about the problems in that area. I met her tracy park. Yeah i talked briefly but they would like sheriff waiver to go in there too but oh westchester park. No this is the Baloney wetlands audible and wetlands. That's what we're talking about. That's what the men were shot last week. That's the she's got somebody with westchester park too. Well it's that whole region. It's really dad at westchester park. They're not that far apart but no it's all in the same area and the harp on this one. Because it's sensitive environmental wetlands. I know and everybody knows about it. And and you see a lot of these. Environmental groups are just fake. They're they're they're about raising money. Pocketing the money that they don't care about the wetlands bickered about the wetlands. They'd be marching and protesting and demanding that all these people be removed. And they don't do it. Carl demayo from reform california. They have a brand new ad urge people to vote against newsom ousted from office. Here it is. Why or californians uniting to vote yes to regard gavin newsom. We've lost jobs in businesses are leaving. The price of everything has gone up food and gas but newsom to cafe race for himself. We don't feel safe anymore. Crime is surging newsom failed on cova d- dine without a mask and gave rich friends exemptions from mandates no some dot com deserve our boat vote yes recall gala newsom. Yeah you do that. And i think we saw from some of the polls and you may have detected in there that At least one set oppose we looked at latinos where the one racial group that most supported the recall de. He's definitely in trouble with latinos ashim multiple stories on this. I think those numbers are real. Yes well what is it about about. The lockdowns lost their jobs in the service industry. They lost their jobs and they got they got hit the hardest by covert so there was. There was a lot of suffering and they're out of work in their schools were closed because he closed all the. I mean when you close the public public school system in los angeles. You're closing the minority school system and a newsome's kids went to the rich white school and they've been in school since last october. But all the other latino and black children here in los angeles they had been shut out for a year and a half and newsome caved into the teacher's union on all that so he was. He was terrible to minority families. Minority children took away their income and took away their kids education. The hell would you vote for him when we come back. Man from one coast to the other new york governor andrew. Cuomo had his last day in office yesterday but before he left he should another round of pardons and commutations. And what do you know. He gave the gift to the san francisco district attorney. His father apparently is sentences. gotten clemency. we'll talk about it coming up next. johnny. Ken show kfi. Johnny ken show john kobylt kent. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. I recall candidate kevin. Faulkner will join us at four zero five and we'll talk about that story front-page the window times a bit surprising that even democrats are concerned about all the money. That gavin newsom has raked in to fight off. The recall led by the man who is the founder of net flicks and also big union money. All of the. I'm sure they just like new and they support his causes. You know you got to be blunt about this He's horrifically corrupt. He's taking it six and seven figure. Donations these are no limits. These are bribes. It's it's unlimited when it comes to a recall campaign so he's taking in these massive multimillion million dollar bribes from people. And you want that running the state. Good lord the Twin of la county district attorney. George gascon is the district attorney of san francisco. Not surprising that they have one of these people that believes in criminal justice reform. I e. Nobody goes to prison and let all the prisoners out into society. I his name is chess. Bowden and the reason he's in the news is that his father was granted. A final hour clemency from outgoing. New york governor andrew cuomo. It occurred last night. Cuomo's last day. In office david gilbert. He's seventy six years old. He's been in prison since he was convicted. In one thousand nine hundred eighty three of three counts of second degree murder. Four counts of first degree robbery. This goes back to nineteen eighty-one when this man and his wife report of one of these underground groups and they were involved in the robbery of nannu at national bank that left arm regard car guard dead and also to police officers were killed now. Gilbert did not fire the weapon but he was the driver and that's how he got. The sentence what's going to happen now is that gilbert is up for parole. The governor basically in declaring clemency short in the sentence which was supposed to go till twenty. Fifty six i think and instead he could be released in a couple of months by the new york state. Parole board but they're going to try to block his release Who's they Let's see this guy Waller oh new york state assemblyman mike lawlor. I guess when you you know if he's got to go before the parole board so there's going to be an opposition case to be made maybe prosecutors right. yeah but This this Sentiment himself says he's going to get involved here I mean this three people dead. He's driving the getaway car he should have been the sense. Seventy five years to life illy served forty years. There should be no mercy for a horrible person like him. The cuomo is such a bad guy and of course it's a gift to chess a boat and by the way that's why chesa boden is not prosecuting. Anyone up in san francisco and trying to let everybody out that he could because this childhood trauma of having mom and dad in prison was was was too much for him as a little boy. And so i guess he's decided every time he releases a prisoner. He's releasing his his mom and dad. I must be some weird psychological work like that. It's like i'm going to help all the children whose fathers are murderers criminals. I'll release their moms. and dads. like. I wish somebody had released my mom and dad and so we have somebody really with with with the stunted maturity because the trauma suffered and now he's the district attorney and it's and it's all paper it over with fake compassion nonsense now. The mother is already been paroled. Got paroled and oath three. He was fourteen months old when they did this. They were members of the weather underground. They dropped them off at a babysitter. And pulled off this heist in a place called in rockland. County in upstate. New york to nyack policeman. Sergeant edward o'grady and officer waverly brown as well as a brink's guard by the but peter page. They were the ones killed in the robbery. And there was a shootout at a nearby roadblock the underground committed the crime along with the black liberation army to get money to fund their joint anti-government campaign. I mean it's a nineteen eighty-one. I thought that was kind of over by then but now they're still going but that was more of a sixty thing. Yeah they were. They were committing. Terrorists is what they were as they were domestic terrorists and they should have. They should have gotten the death penalty for what they did. But you thought seventy five years to life was enough and this is what we're realizing now because newsome is pulling the same crap as well doesn't matter what the sentence says governor could come and shorten it or give them an outright release. And that's why you have to give people like this the death penalty and actually execute them quickly before some idiot governor or idiot. Da comes in and unravels. The case just about boden's dad should've been electrocuted or Killed by firing squad. Instead he's getting out of prison and is idiot son up. San francisco is letting out criminals left and right and refusing to prosecute anybody. And that's why seventeen walmart's closed at you guys on on video filling bags and bags worth a stolen stuff filled with stolen stuff from various stores up there well. Chesa celebrated on twitter apparently expecting the birth of his first child and he's very excited that his father could be released from prison grade. Been lobbying for this. I have a story from back in january that he was lobbying cuomo to commute his dad's sentence but he was pessimistic. He thought the likely outcome is my father's going to die in prison. Yeah well no did the the two dead cops and the dead security guard. Did they get to see their kids and grandkids now no now now there. I could see their grandkids because there's nothing but bones buried six feet under a cement slab right now. In fact some family members told the new york post at this as outrageous family members of the police officers killed and the brinks guard. I've been speaking out what what happened. This move by cuomo. What happened to everybody that nobody cares about the suffering of crime victims anymore or the suffering victims families but at that when everything changed their used to be automatic. There's never any debate. You put these guys away you killed them or you hope they died in jail and then and then you took care of the Surviving family members. But now you look at these stories. Shirley mentioned the crime. You have to. You have to go ten paragraphs to read about the the details of the crime. It's about chesa boden's really happy. Dad can meet the grandchild. Oh that's great officer o'grady sons. Us navy captain. Name edward grady. He said if you're resigning for preying on your workers for doing the terrible things you did shouldn't be able to make the sort of momentous decision on your way out the door. Yeah yeah. And it's from andrew cuomo honestly one of the most horrible people ever to take the stage and he was america's hero for five minutes last year by all the jackals in the news media supposedly. He did this to keep in good stead with the democrat party. And casey wants to make a comeback makes you vomit doesn't it. Oh it took away his emmy. Did you say yes. I see that fake. They gave him for his a press conference. Life vests dami back when he was doing that during the pandemic right going. Although i'm sure he doesn't really care he killed way. More people than chesa boden's dead. Johnny can't kfi john kinship by exporting. Live everywhere on the iheartradio app story. We'll get to in the four o'clock hour. It tells you all you need to know about gavin news all the money. He's raked in all the favors. He owes union corporations. Pga all of the usual suspects. We'll get to it after four o'clock we're going to play you this excerpt from a video. We played a few months back concerning a pastor in canada. A polish guy by the name of artur polanski. Here we go out out out out out of this property immediately out immediately. Go out and don't come back. Don't wanna talk to you know the award out of this out of this property immediately out. I don't care what you have to say out out out of this property you nazis out out stop. Oh he's not allowed here immediately. Gestapo is not allowed now if you missed it back when we played it eventually had him on the air. This is because police came. Covert lockdown rules apparently was not supposed to be holding these church services. This happened again and the decision was made not to make a scene so they did leave but they eventually arrested him on a highway. Far from the church was actually a photo of him being cuffed. Yeah the police in is right down on his knees because they may get out of his car force. A priest down to his knees and custom. He faces a potential for year. Jail sentence for violating the covert lockdown. Rules in calgary alberta. This is has sick. The world is four years get data so so sick. Leave people alone. They're praying. We've got police breaking church services. Because of all these fanatical hysteria. That's going on so get this ended. It's worse than here. i don't. he recently. Came to portland oregon. You wanted to have a prayer rally along the willamette river. Guess what happened. The antique is found. They rushed the place and there was tear gas and they were destroying sound equipment. Beat up a few worshippers. Apparently polaski got mason. The face support police just watched it and did nothing football last of course because the police in portland all had their genitals removed. So yeah you know how they'd been neutered. We went into the occupy l. A. movement back in whatever year that was it was twenty eleven twenty. I wouldn't do that in portland. I wouldn't take our show to to where the octa piano and there's nobody stopping them. No no there's they're going at it. I've read stories. They're still going at it up there. Their street savages. They're still occasionally breaking. Things are still marching around and matter that trump's gone you're young rich kids. They're young white rich kids. And the is like psycho rebellion against their rich parents and their childhoods so he did an interview with the daily wire and here we go john. I grew up in poland behind the iron curtain. I grew up under communism socialism under the boot to the soviets and a country. We have absolutely no freedoms no freedom of speech freedom of religion freedom of association. No freedom of the press. I think we have a clip. Don't we know when he came on. But he's on our show for disagree with the government for simply sharing your heart about something you've seen or heard you could be tortured. Arrested beaten sentenced two years in jail. Time just because you have a different opinion than the state government and he says in poland. If you listen to another source of information that was coming outside of the communist approved mainstream media you could go to prison for five years. He's trying to make the point that at least with the lockdown situation. It's coming to that The people who come from foreign countries are much more sensitive to the oppression here in this country and in canada and because they experienced it they grew up there so they see it right away. We're too stupid where we sit around just staring at our phones all day and we don't even notice when we're getting oppressed and having a rights taken away But they know because it brought a lot of misery to their lies and that's why they moved here. They moved to north america to escape that and now they see this beast rearing its ugly oppressive head and they're and they're using covert as a shield. What they burn. People realize this baby too late. The covert thing is wildly over hyped. It is used as a shield by the government to justify taking away your freedoms and rights especially especially now because this this this delta variant is far far less trouble than the original and there there's no reason for all the draconian shutdowns to be starting again when we come back. It's one of the worst problems in california. It's the homeless. Former san diego mayor kevin faulkner on your ballot to replace gavin newsom came to town today to announce some new approach on the homelessness issue. We'll talk next. John and ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty.

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The Larry Elder Show 07-16-21 Hr 3 FRIDAYa

The Larry Elder Show

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The Larry Elder Show 07-16-21 Hr 3 FRIDAYa

"Is podcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this from courageous voices of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com jackson called jacks carl jackson jackson jackson jackson. Carl jackson was born and raised in los angeles. California hall jackson. His journey began at the age of beloved. He was introduced a hard work. Faith and family values however is struggling team. He wanted down the path of least resistance finding himself jailed. Tracing with a child he had to fight to raise by the grace of god. He attended an evangelical church and found that there was a better way. Jackson is my hero. He discovered that. Despite america's flaws guy used our founding fathers to create our constitution. It's divided exceptional. Nature is undeniable. There's this fake stuff about carl jackson. While the saved from south central as saving california a free thinker from florida is in college. Accent is the reason i was born. Larry elder show with special guests. Carl jackson would not who who welcome back to the relief factor dot com studio prop. Sean i mean the work that the guy does To put stuff like that together. Absolutely amazing number to call into the relieffactor dot com studio triple nine seven one. Seven two four three. I am your special guest. Host sitting in for the great elderski by the way elect elder dot com elect elder dot com elect elder dot com. He has a monstrous fight before him. right now. And you have gavin. Newsom that handing out Welfare checks basically. Art stimulus checks one week before the recall. Election i it. It's crazy Gavin newsom as willing to do in order to stay in power and to continue to rule over. You guys like a king. That's what he wants to do. He wants to rule over. You guys any figures that he can take money that was given to him by the federal government. Thanks to people like myself and other states handed out to people that make less than seventy five thousand a year and by your votes so six hundred dollars you get to have the same misery that you've had since gavin newsom has been elected governor. You get to keep that six hundred dollars man. Screw that I would. I would put that money. Pay off debt. Put that money in the bank. Invest that money and vote his hind out of office so recall him others to staffs you got to recall him. Do you want to recall avenue. Some yes And then the next that will be okay. Who do you want to replace him. That would be the great elderski. That would be larry elder so elect elder dot com. It's an uphill battle folks. There's no doubt about it. But with your help i do think this is the man for the job i think. Listen i. i'm a california native. This is this is california a- again. It's just one of these states that that's an amazing state if it had the right leadership where it could be cleaned up. I mean growing up in obviously i. I didn't live in the greatest neighborhoods growing up in kelly. A but you could leave out of the neighborhood tennessee. Some wonderful parts of california. And as i've visited with family returned to visit with family On vacation or as i get older It's a state. That's it's just gonna hail with gasoline draws on. I don't know how else to explain it. It's the craziest thing how people have just allow that straight that state to just To just be destroyed to just be decimated So you need leaders Like larryelder to fight for the state and hopefully inspire others to get into the fight So anyway elect elder dot com elder dot. Com are so we're talking about this mask mandates and those are you in california you're experiencing them again but no doubt the left is going to continue or the left is going to try to implement this stuff because again what do they have right there. I just read to you this this column from npr where this progressive hatay met. That trump did an amazing job. Siphoning off the latino vote from the democrat party and it really screwed up their own coalition and so the left ease the radicals the ails seas of the world have not been an asset. They've been an asset to leftist. But they've not been an asset to democrat voters or to the democrat party per se. So trump didn't amazing job. siphoning them all so democrats. Don't have anything worthwhile to run on but to keep you scared. Hey put on these masks. If you don't wear these mass cove is going to blow up a you know everybody's going to get sick and die. Never mind the fact that ninety nine i believe is ninety nine point seven percent anyway. It's over ninety. Nine point five percent of people the contact cove. It will not die. And i'm not minimizing it. Let me tell you something. I'll be straight out with you. I had it and i had the delta variant. I don't think it's different than any of the same symptoms. That i've heard all along i've had including i have asthma and so i had some trouble. I had some trouble breathing. And i continue like an idiot to work in as a result the breathing issue got worse. It got to a point where i thought i was going to have to go to the hospital. But thank god someone was able to get me a xetra mason ivermectin prednisone own as a steroid and i was taking it along with vitamin c. by d. and vitamin zinc because i was listening to prager and and as a result of that taking all of those together and that's still continued to take the cd and zinc despite being passed it now literally. I went to bed thinking wheezing. I could hear that my chest i could hear the rumble. It almost sounded like wind. A light wind in my lungs. It was the weirdest thing and i hadn't experienced that in such a long time So that i that. I i think that was the second night because i think i worked a figured. I had to work the next day. You know And then it was like oh man. Okay this is this is starting to hit me. This is really starting to hit me. And then i went to bed. Laying down just felt completely uncomfortable but thank god. I had the medications that were given to me. Took the medications. And i kid you not. I woke up the very next morning and even through the night. And i was like okay. I'm good. I mean the breathing issues. Which was what. I was most concerned about and listen. I'm not a doctor. i'm not reckon. I'm not okay. I'm just telling you. This is what happened taking basic medication. Obviously predator zone is in basic. Obviously as it is ivermectin an inexpensive therapeutic and within hours. I felt much better now. I do have to admit that as far as tiredness and weakness. I felt like an aunt could beat my behind at the time but nontheless. This is what occurred so with the right. Therapeutics these people. These doctors that are denying people basic therapeutics. This is just a saying. It's just absolutely wrong and a lot of doctors. I can tell you hear from sources that i know doctors here. That are being told no you you. You can't do that. you can't prescribe that medication. It's unbelievable these doctors who you know you grow to love and and trust and yet they're willing to i i don't know it's amazing i i i've i've lost respect for the The medical industry obviously not all a lot of these people are fantastic at the medicine. For the right reason. They have the right heart. They wanna help people. But i do believe that. The medical field has become overwhelmingly bureaucratic particularly since obamacare has been installed. And this is by the way. This is something that the republican party should be harping on getting us back to a free market health-care were prices will come down well. Big insurance companies have to compete so instead of you know my my health insurance when a four hundred percent. I couldn't afford it anymore. At the time i had to drop it. I'm just being honest with you. I'm not a rich man by any stretch of the imagination. So i just couldn't afford it and i just had to pray that i get i get sick. That's the way that's the way that i wrote. But this mask mandate this stuff is meant to scare you. This this stuff is meant to take us back. All of this control. everything the left is doing. It is about control. Jen psaki colluding with facebook. The white house openly admitting their colluding with facebook and avenue a. which so many of us communicate their colluding with us with them to censor us to censor us based on what their information. How do we know their information is correct they got lying fallacy on their side. Should he be centered. They got a vp camera harris on their side. Who said she didn't want to take the tablet donald trump. She wouldn't do it if donald trump told her to do it so she disincentivize people she made people not trust. The virus biden basically said the same type of stuff. So should they be censored should the president and the vice president be censored. This is all about control from mask to censorship. all democrats want to do is control you. Because they think they're stupid and they think you are babies people get rid of them. Larry elder here again with a message for anyone. Struggling with pain like struggled with for years. And of course. I want you to know about relief. Factor the one hundred percent. Drug-free supplement that tens of thousands or now taking every day. Obviously i'm taking it every day. Because i like being out of pain but i know you may be skeptical just like i was but then i kept hearing about all the people who are no longer in pain so i decided to give it a try in fact. Listen to genesis story. How skeptical at first. But because of the pain that i was having when i would Substitute teach and have to climb stairs. I have lower back hit and even knee pain and after about three weeks i found that i could climb stairs pain-free but it wasn't only pain-free i could do it. Step over step without holding on the railing. I'm really happy it makes me feel like i'm young again. That's relieffactor dot com or call. Eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that table. They're time when the dow here's special guest. Carl jackson on the larry elder show. I welcome back to the relieffactor dot com studio the number to call and triple eight nine. Seven one seven two four three. I'm just going off on this mass nonsense. But i see this Breitbart texas federal judge ruz obama's docker program illegal blocks new illegal alien applicants. I believe this is a good thing. Listen are you latinos that maybe getting mad hearing this or scared or discouraged opie you know what this means. You know what this means. It means he's lazy behind suckers in washington. Dc will now have to draft legislation instead of using you as a pong in order to try to keep you mad and angry and scared like they tried to do with black people now. They have to go to the drawing board. They have to draft legislation. Wherever you sit on this issue ooh. I'm gonna have to get into that on monday to i love that. I've been talking about this stuff for years. Now some judges are standing up props to donald trump for getting some people in office. A federal judge in texas has ruled that a former president obama violated federal statue when he unilaterally implemented the deferred action for childhood arrivals he was trying to use you as a ping pong latinos. That's it program that has provided quasi amnesty hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens since two thousand twelve. Don't scared nobody's sending you home and nobody has the courage to do any of that. They what they need to do is work do legislation regardless on how you feel on the issue. I believe this is a good thing anyway. Let's go back to this issue of mask real quick and then i'll get to the calls. I see the phone lines lighting up so this whole concept of bringing back mask is just idiotic and it is stupid. The the next thing that the la county. What's this guy's name. Dr monty davis. I'm surprised gavin. Newsom and dr monty davis I hope i'm pronouncing his name correctly. I don't i mean no offense. By that i'm sure he's a smart guy but obviously Obviously he's a leftist. If you're going to if you're going to force people to wear masks again you know. I'm waiting for the people in these blue cities to start forcing you guys to wear diapers. See if you'll do it. They think you're so dumb. They think you're so idiotic. They think they think your babies. Wear any freaking mass. Are you kidding me. i mean this is. this is The fact that the belief that mask are gonna stop a virus. Okay so let me tell you something. The person that i contracted a covert from was in a room with people where this person stayed separate and apart from people mask and got it anyway because a stupid little mass and it says it on the box. It's says it on the box. These massacring capable of stopping this virus. Wash your hands. Keep your hands away from your. You know the stuff they were doing. Initially coup hygiene coup. Stay away from people. I get it if you call you. Sneeze cough into your elbow. Don't sneeze on people get away from people but another thing with these cases you know between my wife. And i have to get tested and they talk about all these cases they have well my wife in particular because she was in between jobs she had to get tested like four or five times and all of those times count see. We have no idea what's happening with these numbers. We have no idea. We don't know how many acm to matt cases these are. We don't know how many people have already had covert like myself. They don't care the left. Don't care about science. The left cares about control. Let's go to the lines. We got canned from hayward california. Can you got the mike. Call how you doing today. Don't get sir this on my telephone to gavin news. Excuse me zia california. Lawmakers just approved a thousand dollars a month for forty million californians and this is going to be a monthly thing and then it went on to say something about this is something to look at as far as the rest of the nation is can these democrats going all out calls from every angle. Listen absolutely are spoke about this. Last night can Prompts you forgotten man. So california preuss first state funded guaranteed income plan a so california. Lawmakers on thursday approved the first state funded guaranteed income plan in the us thirty five billion dollars for monthly cash payments to qualifying pregnant people and young adults. All right. we're we're back to that trying to make sure those daddy stay out of the home so qualifying pregnant people pregnant people. I didn't even see that. That's from the associated press. We've tried to sneak it in a pregnant women. There's only man and i'm so tired of this stuff. I don't like using the laughs language. There are men and there are women sis gender that gender that whatever you know there are men in there are women. It's as simple as that. I'm sorry i get frustrated with this stuff. I don't like buying into the left language so pregnant women and young adults who recently left foster care with no restrictions on how they spend the money in. This is a scam for foster care. I i i hate to say it. I feel so bad for so many of these children that are in foster care but they need a lot more help than money. I'm not sure that they'll be able to handle the money to be quite frank with you with so many of them end up either a drug addicted in jail because they need a daddy and mommy that can love on them not a government. That will just say. I'm going to give you money now. I don't know. I don't know how i don't have a solution to it. You know i wish i did. But this definitely isn't a solution but california's up socialists. Guys you can have an opportunity of a lifetime seriously. I really seriously with larry elder. Don't waste your time. i don't. i'm not mad. Bruce jenner aka. caitlyn jenner. I'm not mad at him but you have a good candidate. You have a good option. In the state of california wit. Larry elder someone who is studying. They issues has studied the issues. Someone that has fight in his heart and his gut and somebody that can communicate and persuade republican values man anyway. Let's go back to lines. We got mike. Mike in san jose. Mike mike you've got the mike great. Thank you how your voice. On the larry elder show The great larry elder show. You're really good at At stating the truth and stating eloquently quote on. Just a sec. Hold on just a second. I'm going to have to hold you over. I didn't realize we had such little time. And i don't wanna do injustice here so hold on through the break all right. You're listening to the larry elder show. This is carl jackson and for the great elderski. Triple eight nine seven one seven two four three coming to you live from the relief factor dot com studio. We'll be back. The tunnel to towers foundation helps us keep our commitment to never forget. Larry elder here this year. The foundation is honoring gold star and fallen first responders families with young children and catastrophically injured veterans and first responders with two hundred mortgage free homes chairman and ceo frank ciller is paying tribute to the fallen by walking from the pentagon to shanksville and on the ground zero more than five hundred miles through six states in forty two days the month of august through nine eleven towers of light to shine at pentagon and shanksville memorials in remembrance. The names of those we lost to nine eleven related illness or being read aloud at a ceremony on september the twelfth and on veterans day the names of all we lost in the war on terror will also be said out loud. Do good and help. America to never forget. Donate eleven dollars a month to tunnels two towers at t to t dot. Org that's t the number two t. Dot org he the number two t. Dot org now. Carl jackson for the save on the larry elder show. I welcome back to the larry elder show. I am your special gas coast. Pro jackson coming to you. Live from the relieffactor dot com studio the number to call in triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. Just real quick. I i i seriously do gotta give props to the great elderski team. There's a lot of that. Are doing a lot of things for me to make. This stuff happened to make this show flow smoothly and i appreciate that william my ear. Sean when he's back absolutely amazing the forgotten man christian all you guys i just wanna say thank you wanna make sure that i say allowed him publicly On air. i appreciate everything that you guys Do for me They put in some work. Larry elder you guys have heard about his research. It is absolutely no joke. His team is no joke. and Listen i'm not larry elder. I can't put in the type. I mean honestly I'm not larry elder But i am Man i just tell it like it is i. I don't i i don't know why god created me this way. You know. i have a buddy to calls me. Carl the truth i. It's not that i'm perfect. It's not that listen. I know that that that i was a sinner. Only saved by the grace of god and i screw up. Sometimes i am far from perfect. I need i. I need to improve in minnea- speaks ally but when it comes to the area of politics when it comes to a loving this country and fighting this country appreciating where god put me as a black man would. Would you want to be anywhere else in the world. Do you know how blessed you are to be an american. That's it you know one of once. I became a christian. I it's like. God opened my eyes just like do you understand how blessed you are to be an american where you can make millions of dollars a year and complain is if the world is systemically racist or america you know. Lebron james joy redone limit. Do you realize how blessed they are. Do you think they can have those jobs in cuba. I don't see those type of job popping up in africa. It's insane it's insane. I'm not saying we didn't have a bad pass. Every country had some bad elements in bed. Past and i'm not trying to minimize slavery. Don't it was evil. It was crew. It was completely sinful. But you're a moron. If you don't understand that this is a best freaking country in the world. And i will fight for it till the day i die. I love this country. I couldn't imagine going anywhere else from criminal took kreis to conservative a black man. I can't get ahead. Ru up in los angeles moved to orlando. Gimme a break. Gimme a br. I don't even you can call me whatever name you want. I don't care. I don't i can't even take you seriously if you believe in these races their promote this fairy tale of critical race theory which all it is is racism. Racism is everywhere. Learn about racism. They used language. They speak with a grandiloquent tongue. You know they try to sound smart and they are smart people but they're also intelligent. I mean they're also. I don't like they lack common sense or they're just shysters of the above. Anyway let's But this mass mandate it just drives me nuts because of what mass do. I mean you become a robot. That's essentially what you think about it. I get so sick of seeing people in and cars. i live in florida. Do you understand how hot it gets in florida. In the summer. I see people still still not as many thank god but still biking and running guy with his windows down in a fancy car today with a mask on. And i'm thinking what are you doing you crack kid. It makes no sense whatsoever. Sweating all over the mass touching the mass. It's not good anymore. Once you do that but you become a robot. You can't see people's expression i like to. Pc people smile. I like to see people are angry. If i need to stay away from dennis. Prager guy it right. This is a test run. This was a test. Run these lockdowns for a police state. They wanted to see how many of us will comply. This is not based upon signs. This is based upon sheer control. And then you sean. Your neighbor shun your. Oh my god. He's not wearing a mask. She's not wearing a mask. Must be a crazy nut must be a trumpster or we realized that when you sweat in touch a mask you just hold germs or you. Put germs right into the mass. This is stuff we on new before. This became a hyper partisan hyper political. This is absolute crazy nonsense. Anyway when we come back. I'll i'll go right back to your calls. Triple eight nine seven one. Seven two four three. You got yourself to your guest in the moment and now you can get out of the now. Here's special guests. Carl jackson on the larry elder show. I welcome back to the relief. Factor dot com studio Listen i wanna go right to the lines. And i saw a pharmacist. That dropped off. If you're still around. I've loved for you to call back literally going to go to your call right after mike. Let's go back to mike. Mike from san jose california. Mike you have got the mic. Thank you for holding on thank you. You're testing my ability to keep my to Trains of thought in my frontal lopes. First one is. I'd like to And they tied together. I one is. I'd like to Reinforce your revelation your perception that the democrats and leftists are all about power and only our if we think they care at all about racism We're we're fooling ourselves. What what they care about is they want to tear down. Certain certain institutions things. That are getting in the way of them. having Getting more power enterprise. It gives us the chance to thrive and still Defy them the family religion they they are higher authorities that they can't compete with and so they got into some smoke filled room and they said what can we smear onto these institutions. Let's see oh racism. There's a good one. let's float that one. And then they rail and they create some ridiculous quizzical face theory. Or whenever the heck it's called and they and they try to sound all smart but all they really care about is power. They don't care at all about racism. natal care. the disk that this nation was actually founded on the principle of getting rid of slavery from the very beginning since before the revolutionary war. It's just that the nation had to be had to be created in phases. You had to do it a step at a time but this was never about trying to make a slave based nation ever. They don't care about that those not. they're not. They're not interested in incorrect history. And that's why we have Stuff like the sixteen nineteen project a popping up. But good call mike. I appreciate the call. Appreciate you being out there Let's go back to the lines. William how much time do i have. Okay all right. Joe you've got the You've got the my king you make it in a minute. It's a pleasure to talk to you. Got to listen to you last night as well. And i'm very thankful that you've taken over for larry at this time The program is in good hands with you and don't sell yourself short and all those things you're listening is your mistakes because obviously like like the rest of us are human but you're doing an outstanding job and i just wanted to thank you for that Yeah the other thing. That i wanted to say Your your comment about The person using the precision of language we're talking about and then saying pregnant person rather than pregnant women. And i think we couldn't even go further than that because all the pc police sickly wanna strip down our language in every respect and yes The person is a woman but the person who is a woman is also from the moment conception she becomes a mother and they wanna take that language out they wanna take a moms and dads aunts and uncles and all kinds of things like that that you referred to our part has been part of our History of of humanity since since the very beginning so I just wanted to say that Becoming a mother Is something that is part of god's designed and they certainly wanna take that out of language. And i just wanted to offer that one up to. Hey i appreciate that. You know what joe that is a In stay safe. Minneapolis for god's sake but Rhetoric and language is so important. Why do you think that the left understand this. This is why they'll try to change the language language. Lingo lexicon whatever. That's what they like to do. And then we make the mistake like i. I hear conservatives all the time talking about people of color. I'm like what color white people people of color you know. White people get tan. They turn red white people get colds. They turn bluish a mike. White people have more color than anybody anybody else and that's not being racist. That's just true. This stuff is asinine. i don't i just don't go there. I don't know why mind works like that. But i'm like. I'm not an african american. As a matter of fact my co host local show he happens to be a mac on jew and he happens to be white and so his name is aubrey. Khan and honestly. I wouldn't be here without him. He's one of these cool white people. I want you to meet too because when my local show was struggling he stepped up to become a sponsor he's also co host a love the guy and i call them the only african american. I know that happens to be white. Because he's from africa. I'm not crazy you know have ancestors that came from. But i'm not african. I don't know anything about the experience. Jerry from long beach california. Jerry you've got the mic. Thank you thank you. You carl great job this week. You know you know you know you're up to the job and the challenge all right anyway. Hello anyway Listen like you're you're the man now. And i'm i'm carney i'm gonna coined the phrase for you to sage of stage of the everglades calling me the sage of the everglades. Listen larry owner has gotten the term stage. My buddy christopher hart who thank god sitting in on my local show american adversaries. I loved them. Praise god love christopher heart. But he was like you. Maybe you're the sage of central florida but the sage sage of everglades that that that has a ring to it. How much william that has the ring to it all right anyway. I appreciate. I appreciate the call This is carl jackson. Sitting in for larry elder in the relieffactor dot com studio. So i appreciate all the you tune in. Hey here's an idea that six hundred dollar welfare check. The governor governor newsome is going to give you. why don't you donate it to elect com. There's a real social justice for you behind all right. We'll be back in a few again. Carl jackson sitting in for larry elder the great elderski elect elder dot com elect elder dot com way. These kids and now. Here's special guest. Carl jackson on the larry elder show. Hey welcome back Listen i just wanna say thank you to all the you. I know you are missing. The great elderski There is no one. Like larry elder on radio. It's i i. I never be larry elder. I'm carl jackson I will never be larry. Elder larry. elder I mean he. He's he's he's in the class of his own. I mean he really is guys amazing But i do believe again. Like i said that if anyone could not only win the governorship of california but do a great job for the people and fight back against the leftist and put them to shame It would be larry elder So you can Consider contributing or helping him. Out any way you can elect elder dot com. You can donate there. You can volunteer. Because he's going to need a lot of help in and honestly i just believe the christian or not christian. How man bruce jenner. Caitlyn or bruce jenner. Kate needs to get out of the race. Time to to move aside in in my in my opinion but we're talking about these mass mandates. We don't have enough time left. I wanted to. I wanted to talk about these baltimore schools. Perhaps i will save it for next week because i think one of the best ways that we can help these young black men and women in areas like baltimore is first of all stopped saying that. America's systemically races. Tell them that you can do it. You work hard you grind. You can do it. Not everybody's going to go to college. Not everyone has to some of. You may be tradesman. Or women in different areas get different jobs. Teach people how to save money invest. That would be. That will go far now. Go into debt. Not try to floss. Not try to spend your money to look better richer than the next guy. I think these are these are lessons that need to be taught in communities like baltimore where you know not everybody is gonna fall in love with school. Not everyone is going to do well but certainly there needs to be more attention Paid to these children and not necessarily in money if they don't have the right educators they're not sure exactly what the story is completely But i may dive into it next week but anyway It's just something that touches. My i wanna see all people succeed. I wanna see young black men and women succeed. White young black women and men succeed. I wanna see everybody succeed to the best of their abilities of not. I don't believe in equity 'cause that's totally stupid and my opinion We understand that some people have different gifts that god has given them. It's really as simple as that. But this mass nonsense guys. I wouldn't be wearing masks. You know if you're vaccinated. What's the point of the vaccination if you can't live in freedom. Isn't that what the government told you or was that misinformation. That shouldn't be put on facebook. Jane plus sake absolutely crazy. All right carl jackson infra larryelder. I'll see you guys next week. I appreciate all you check me out. Facebook crawl jackson radio until next time. Don't worry doing good. God bless you other baby. I knew about it. I just didn't care you just don't understand what's up. I'm here for you.

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The Larry Elder Show 08-24-21 Hr 3 TUEa

The Larry Elder Show

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The Larry Elder Show 08-24-21 Hr 3 TUEa

"Is podcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this from courageous voices of conservative reason visit salem. Podcast network dot com. It's the larry elder show with special guest. Carl jackson with net. Who crowdgate janine fifty. Two all right triple eight nine seven one seven two four threes the number to call into the relief factor dot com studio. This is your special guest os. Carl jacksonville in for the great l. Durski in it's an honor and privilege to be behind this microphone. And i just wanna to say thank you to all of the people that helped me out behind the scene that you never get to hear sean mcconnell in my ear forgotten man christian william i appreciate all you guys and everything that everything that you do really appreciate it okay. So before i i'm going to get back to the issue of nine worst on an unemployment rates and gonna be blue states. Also things larry elder kid do okay. So i'm going to get back to the topic at hand which was nine worst. Unemployment rates in the country are all in democrat. Run areas and also. I wanna get to thirteen things. That think larry elder to do As as as president as president look at look at me. i'm. I'm being prophetic here. As governor of california if new some Is recalled but i actually want to go to a couple of audio clips. But before i even do that. So i'm just looking at this headline on breitbart and it was earlier in the day but joe biden into questions again today. Or are actually. He walked away from questions about the thousands of americans that he's abandoned in afghanistan at the biden harris administration has abandoned in afghanistan. So joe biden turns his back on reporter's she's turning his back on the american people that's what he's doing. He's turning his back on the american people that he and harris have left stranded in afghanistan. If we're any you that might feel any level. Comfort of. I'm telling you harris will be a complete disaster to if she got an twenty twenty. Two is something that we have to focus on. We have to win. Twenty twenty four and i want to respond better to the the call. Madd i'm sorry. I'm all over the place. Let let me let me. Respond to this caller. They called in at the in in the last hour really important. She asked the question. Will the election be fair. And it's a fair question because everybody's concerned about that. She's obviously or she's in california will be fair. Everyone is concerned about that. Our you and and i'm glad that gentleman called in from calvary chapel church of Of of chino hills or tino california. I i would say i would say this. You have to overwhelm the system but in a way. Church is taking a ballots in turning a man for people. You have to get out the vote or democrats going to cheat or are they going to try to make it unfair so democrats do. It's the reason why california's in the condition that it's an quite frankly with. Here's the deal. I believe that god has given you guys awake up call in california and an opportunity of a lifetime so i would just encourage you instead of worrying about the lection being fair. Do everything you can to overwhelm the voting system and boats against gavin newsom that is voting yes to recall him and then votes for larry elder. That's all we can do. That's all we can do. We can put our signs up. We can share information. We can bring people into the conservative vote if you will by talking about solutions by going to larryelder dot com and you can donate their builder dot com. I'm sorry i said larry. Elder dot com elect elder dot com elect elder dot com elect elder dot com. You can help him out there and you can share his platform with people especially when it comes to the cost of a housing out there in the homelessness. I mean this is simple stuff simple solutions they can be fixed and honestly people want that. This is how when it comes to a good housing prices. People that's how most the vast majority of americans built their wealth if you will their retirement. It's a very important issue so make sure you talk about that with people but for those of you that are thinking. Hey kamala harris will be You know kamala harris might be better if she were to get into office or or maybe she'd be worse I listen kamala. Harris will be bad. Just joe biden bad. She says this kamala harris silence on afghanistan. Debacle a singapore. Prime minister admits withdraw. Went awry So she says so. I understand and appreciate of someone asked her a question. Forget that part. I'm sorry During an appearance alongside. Singapore prime minister lee high high seen loom. Both leaders were asked about the. Us withdraw an evacuation process with harris being nasty. What she thinks went wrong. So i understand and appreciate the question hair. Says why you asked the question. I think there's going to be plenty of time to analyze what has happened. And what has taken place now. There is plenty of time. miss vp. And what has taken place in the context of the withdraw from afghanistan. But right now we are. Singularly focused on evacuating american citizens. Afghans who worked with us and afghans. Who are vulnerable including women. children Harris added that we have a responsibility and we feel atp commitment to making sure that folks who helped us are safe. The vice president went on to praise. in for having what she explained as shown great emotion and expressing sadness about some the images. We have seen now okay. This lady is a disaster. We have a press conference with this guy where he walks away from questions about. Americans being stranded kamala harris doesn't have the power. That biden has biden is weak. The taliban knows he's weak. And our fellow americans are in peril. It's as simple as that night. I simply asked you the question in both the first and the second hour of the show when i was talking about the political prisoners that are being held as a result of one six. If they're going to treat their fellow americans that live in the same town as they do that are around the corner from them so badly how much more the people in afghanistan and listen. I don't wanna to be this is depressing saddening. It seriously hurts me to say this. But i have no confidence when it comes to this president nor his administration and helping to save the lives of those americans. I am praying to god. And i'll be honest with even donated toward nations. That are flying in to try to take some a take some people. I'll take some christians out. Get some americans out of there. I would suggest that you do the same. I have no faith in this government. I have no faith in the biden harris administration. And i don't think you should either. Let's go to call in discovery bay. California chris in discovery bay. You got the mike. Hey carl good this year Someone in for larry. I'm gonna follow him for. My son is twenty two since he was four. So it's been a long time Looking at my california ballot that came in the mail me and my wife both got one number one on the front of the ballot. Pitcher of scharping. As if you can feel the out with a sharpie it is clearly a picture of a sharpie but it's a two sided ballot. If you if you touch if you if you Make a circle on the front. It bleeds through to the bat automatically already. Tried it with a sharpie number two. There's forty six names that are not now for medical order is did they do this on purpose. Like the really forty six. I'm gonna find larry elder. I found him which is a great thing. But it's almost like they created this ballot to be confusing. Nothing three languages and and other stuff. On here i mean. What are you doing with this stuff man. If you're paying attention are are you where where you're located chris. Are you allowed to vote in person. You can't in california even if you have a mail in ballot you can show up at the You're holding plan. Ok p honestly this it off or to manually vote okay so that honestly this is the solution people over overwhelm those voting places over. We don't play the game. Overwhelm those voting places for wound. Show people smile on your face. And they say that their vote republic. Don't listen to him because a lot of them just smile to see what you're gonna say. They just act like going along with you. You need to stand up for what you believe in and stick with it. No one's gonna they're gonna give shops and say oh no we didn't give out sharpies. Yes they did and then you can see clearly if you try it and i emailed it to larryelder that the lead through you can see the traffic police. Men come on chris. I appreciate the cau- thank you for calling. And this is larry elder show. I'm your special guest host. carl jackson. We'll be back in a few from the left coast to coast. It's the larry elder show with special guest. Carl jackson larry elder here again with a message for anyone struggling with pain like i struggled with for years and of course i want you to know about relief factor the one hundred percent. Drug-free supplement that tens of thousands now taking every day. Obviously i'm taking it every day. Because i like being out of pain but i know you may be skeptical just like i was but then i kept hearing about all the people who are no longer in pain so i decided to give it a try in fact. Listen to genesis story. How skeptical at first. But because of the pain that i was having when i would Substitute teach and have to climb stairs. 'cause i have lower back hit and even knee pain and after about three weeks i found that i could climb stairs pain-free but it wasn't only pain-free i could do it step over step without holding on the i'm really happy it makes me feel like i'm young again. That's relieffactor dot com or call. Eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four. While larry elder saving california special gift. Carl jackson is making america. Great again on. The larry elder show. I welcome back to the larry elder show. This is your special guest host. Carl jacksonville in for the great elderski. The number call and triple eight nine seven one seven two four three triple eight nine seven one. Seven two four three. Hey listen instead of worrying about all the shenanigans that we know shenanigans such bit off larry elder. I gotta stop doing all the stuff that we know. Democrats are going to be democrats. Democrats for democrats. Where ed burr they are. That's including right here in florida. The only thing that you can do is get yourself out and vote. make sure your vote counts. I would encourage you to show up in person. There are reasons. california is worth saving. What a gorgeous state. What a gorgeous state now. The left has done a lot of damage to the state. I must admit when i go out and visit some of my familiar. If you will. But i i gotta tell you guys have an opportunity of a lifetime and i don't want you to get so caught up on what the left is doing that. You forget what you need to do. So if you understand whatever tricks in an gimmickry the left is doing own. Well show up and vote. Take a friend with you. Take a neighbor with you. Go to elect elder dot com. Donate go talk about the issues. Homelessness housing stick to those points. Those are talking points. They aren't just talking points and i'm not. I'm not saying that to a listen. Basically stick to the stick to the heart of the matter. Stick to the substance. The substance is homelessness this subject. Is you guys have a housing crisis. You have a water shortage. Stick to the substance. What has gavin newsom done. By the way. I got to share this story. Hat tip forgotten cintas and i just think it's really cool. I think it's really cool. And i think so because janice dean is really. She is it. I mean she's just begin. Becoming amazing on twitter. Giving people The forefinger discount. This is the latest on monday. Fox news media meteorologist janice dean who's valiant efforts to expose new york governor andrew. Cuomo you guys miss him. Yeah me neither. A chromos handling mishandling of the kobe. Nineteen crisis revealed her take-no-prisoners attitude claims another scalp as she abyss serrated. Cnn's jim acosta. Were attempting to tar california gop. Gubernatorial candidate larry elder a kosta trying desperately to attack the leading candidate to replace california Democrat governor Gavin newsom criticize elder for his supposed negative comments about women Janice dean fire back on twitter. She says hi. Ed kosta just a reminder that you work at a place that allows a chris cuomo to keep his job after helping his brother with sexual harassment accusations and jeffrey toobin who likes to do x. Rated stuff on zoom calls so maybe sit this one out man. I love that. I love that. She is getting Her her her twitter and bill is on fire. now she was not She was not playing. There's profit indicate that most many voters don't believe that buying in is in charge. I gotta tell you. I go back and forth with this thing. Go back and forth with these things but it i'm telling you the polls all over the place. He's a complete and utter disaster and the people know it. The people know it on the other side of the break that promise. I'm going to get to thirteen things that you guys can do. In california these are the things that you should be working focusing on and sharing your friends and your neighbors and those you attend church within so on etc because you have to kind of you have to cast vision. You have to help people say you have to cast a vision. You have to help people see the vision of what california can be and so we'll share with you thirteen things that larry elder Can do on the opposite side of this breaking you If you will. But i'm telling you these. These poll numbers are so bad for biden at now now. I can't find the exact ones i'm looking for. Let me just tackle this one. Who's in charge. Most voters don't think it's biden. A majority of voters don't think president biden is mentally and physically capable of doing his job and suspect. The white house is actually being run by others. A new rasmussen reports national telephone a telephone online zuri finds that only thirty nine percent of likely. Us voters believe biden is really joined the job of president. That's down from forty seven percent. March you guys remember. Jen psaki just recently admitted that they prefer that biden. Not answer many questions. I mean she she she just flat out admitted they they know that he can get himself into trouble and get the white house into trouble if he If he does so a majority of voters. I'm sorry. I lost my place. So new rasmussen reports national telephone and online surrey finds it only thirty nine percent of likely voters believe. He's really doing the job as president. That's down from forty seven percent in march a majority of voters fifty one percent. Now say others are making the decisions for biden behind the scenes another ten percent or not sure. I mean people are watching this guy fall apart on national. Tv people were watching this guy. He's incoherent again. He won't ask questions on afghanistan. You have probably one of the if not the biggest. Us d- d d bockel and foreign policy in the guys just walking away from questions and we know in part because he wouldn't have a good answer quite frankly even if he was Even if all of his cognitive abilities were there the guys complete utter disaster. We know this Robert gates told us as years ago. Respondents were asked two questions. How confident are you there. Vited is physically mentally up to the job of being president of the us and is joe biden really during the job of president or or or or others making decisions for him behind the scenes in an An answer it was revealed that only thirty nine percent of the likely. Us voters believed by is really doing the job of president. The survey was of one thousand likely voters and was conducted via phone over august. Eighteenth through the nineteen So people are catching onto the biden administration. That's for sure. Let's go back to your calls. Let's take sally. I'm sorry in ventura california sally. You got the mike. Welcome to larryelder show. Hi hi thanks for letting me on. You know on the afghanistan evacuations. I hear so much blaming and so many excuses but whereas any honorable face saving strategy for evacuating are people from afghanistan let up sitter the leverage. Let's consider the leverage that we have. The taliban are holding people and we including me. Imf are holding monetary assets if we exchange the town of bounds money or afghan government money in exchange for our own people. Maybe evacuate will actually happen and people around the world might be more willing to use american dollars instead of crypto currency or digital currency. Let's just try it. I think it's honorable and face savings and considering that we are negotiated with the taliban in doha it. It should be acceptable. Sally let me hold. Everyone agrees well. Let me let me let me say this. I have a short time to re to respond. Quite frankly we have a weak leader in the white house. And i think the taliban of wants to make us look like fools and they're doing a good job with it. I'll continue with this after the break. But the not only negotiation i want to do with the taliban is again. What bullets is to use to kill him. Carl jackson will be back on. The larry elder show born from tragedy of nine eleven. The order towers foundation carries forward a legacy of courage and heroism this twentieth anniversary year. Tunnel to towers. It's gifting america's heroes and their families with two hundred mortgage free homes to honor the fallen chairman and ceo. Frank ciller walked more than five hundred miles through six states and forty two days from the pentagon to shanksville to ground zero towers of light return to the pentagon and shanksville memorials and remembrance. Again this year for the first time in our country the foundation read out loud. The names of all we lost to nine. Eleven related illness on veterans day. 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A call your senator and tell them to To to get these people out to get our american. Our fellow americans out of afghanistan. You know from what i understand. The walls really matter when they when Our our legislators are bombarded by 'cause they they matter so that that is one thing we can do also on wednesday night. We're going to have Excuse me just for a second. Let me double check. We're gonna have a gentleman on the program That is involved in has been on the ground And is is is is helping out chad. Robichon we'll speak with him on wednesday that'll be in the second hour of the program And perhaps give sill solutions as to how you can help out i would advisor other. Private organizations joins things to try to get americans out trying to get christians out. I i would say find him And and contribute in that way and also earlier in the show. I mentioned how nancy pelosi Nancy pelosi came back to washington simply to do infrastructure deal that wasn't correct She's working on this. Hr four. i won't have time to get into but the goal is to rig the elections. So i'll get into that a little A little later. Now i wanna talk to you about the nine worse unemployment rates in the country and then thirteen. Things that larry elder can do if he's elected governor. But before i do that let me talk to you about food for the poor. My emergency campaign to help children families haiti. Who are suffering. Aftermath of last saturday's earthquake will end one week from today but the need is greatest. Right now thanks for your donations. 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Medical teams are treating hundreds of people from very traumatic injuries to now increasingly gastrointestinal issues due to the rains and so on you know from infants to elderly so many of my listeners have stepped up to help and i thank you for that so right now today. Won't you please join them. Go to larryelder dot com and just click on the help eighty banner or phone your most generous gift to eight four four nine one four nine seven three. That's eight four. Four nine one eight hope to join these final few days of my campaign to help out food for the poor who are literally saving lives in haiti helpless. Defeat souls helpless defeat bellies again. Go to larryelder dot com and click on that. Help haiti banner at the top of the page. Listen the nine. We're unemployment rates in. The country are in areas run by democrats. One of those states is california. So i'm going to focus on that. I'm going to focus on the thirteenth things at the next governor of california can do if in fact newsome is recalled. I'll tell you what i'll do. You let me take a quick call because we got to go to a break Shortly here Let's go to josh in oak creek with contin jets. You've got the mike and you got a minute. If you could make it happen all right so. My question is about false racism. And what do i mean by false racism so let me put a personal example in there. I have referred to them as blackness discussion. A few black friends who liked to be called african americans and other few Friends called they like to be called person of color. Now i respect that. But that's not my number one priority so i tend to forget to call you that and i just call you black. Is that racist me. Let me ask you let me know the question back at you. Do you think it's racist. No no and why. Why is it quickly and ten seconds. Why don't you believe that's racist. And i'm not antagonizing. 'cause i don't believe it's racist. Why believe it's not racist Because it's not hurting them. In any way i mean i i i just i'm just not remembering okay all right doing all right. Listen i appreciate the call. I'll respond after the break running down. We alive dad. And now here's special gift. Carl jackson on the larry elder show. I welcome back to the larry elder so listen there are nine states that are seriously in trouble when it comes to their unemployment rates in california's one of them. Gop states are doing very well. And there's twenty states with the lowest unemployment rate seventeen of those are led by republicans. The difference is huge. The differences republicans at least typically Believe in freedom whereas the left doesn't democrats. Don't and i and i gotta tell you it's it's joe mansion seems to be one for the most part. It's really hard to find moderate democrats. I'm not even convinced that joe mansion is one To be frank with you put a nonetheless. Is the position that we find ourselves in for the most part he and a cinema in arizona Seemed to be keeping the country afloat to some degree. So i never thought i think democrats for that. But that's that's the truth. At least they're doing that much but just more evidence just real quick remember. I was telling you guys earlier that conservatives care about people. Democrats are leftist. I should say not on democrats. Because i know those that that might be listening. That are democrats. I know that you care about people. But a lot of your political leaders just simply. Don't they care about power. Here's another example of that biting delivered. A statement to the nation obviously earlier today on the crisis in afghanistan But not before talking about his bill. Beg better agenda in the house of representatives vote on a three and a half trillion dollars in new spending so when the president should be focused on getting american citizens out of afghanistan. He's still talking about this bill. Beg better nonsense. He wants to spend more More of your money and again and we'll get into this tomorrow. Hr four nancy pelosi comes back caused a special session for a couple of days. Because she wants to impose the same type of voting laws that we saw during the kobe. Light lockdowns she wants to impose them on the entire country so that states can't run their own election systems so just more evidence that the left does not care about people. Otherwise they're focus would be on our the american citizens in afghanistan They also wouldn't be locking political prisoners. That are around the corner from them. They care about power All of this stuff whether it's a three and a half trillion dollars in new spending. That will come out of our pockets by the way. That's all they'll have more power and then the same is true for this. Hr four they want more party rule. I'll get into hr tomorrow. I just didn't have enough time to delve into it. You would think in a three hour show you could just. I'm i'm telling you the stuff that i leave on the table. The stuff that flows through my formerly finger. What is it. i'm kidding. My my formerly fingerprinted. Fingertips is frustrating. But it's but it's okay. Now let me get to this issue. Because here's what. I want you guys to focus on california things. The next california governor can do Elect dot com like dell dot com elect elder dot com and the event that newsome is recalled. The first thing the first thing that can and should happen is reversed state mask and vaccine mandates. Now understand a lot of you guys may be four Maybe four those. You guys may recall that. I've done this show on the impact That mask have on children. And these lockdowns the impact that they have on children. It is absolutely disgusting. We're during our children disservice. I heard dennis prager Dennis prager earlier There's some of his show anyway talking about mask as a form of child abuse. I'm in total agreement with that. Man is spot on on on on that issue. I totally agree. Just stunts. a stunt their development. It's nonsense americans are californians. You deserve freedom whether you want to get the vaccine whether you want to wear masks. Frankly i don't care. But what i do care about is when the government tried to force us to put something on our party and to put something in our body just not right yeah palm beach. Doctors out here in florida walking out of set with unvaccinated people when they should be concerned about Immunity versus non immunity. But it just goes to show you that a lot of these doctors have been they bought into this left wing nonsense. It's i mean. I think we're on a scary slippery sli really is so freedom is Freedom is the answer. I can't imagine these doctors when socialized health care kicks in fully. Because it looks like we're headed that way because i don't see republicans. Join anything about it. But reversed estate masking vaccine mandates. It's just about freedom regardless of how you feel it's about freedom if you're vaccinated. You shouldn't care whether or not the person next to you aren't if you really believe mass work And you go out in public. And you have a mass. What do you care if someone doesn't it just shows that you're uninformed to be quite frank with you a second thing that A governor can do. Despite the fact of larry elder gets in despite the fact that there's an overwhelmingly a democratic legislature. He can deploy the national guard to protect the border. You guys are going to be. I mean severely impacted by the border. You're talking about stagnant wages so on cetera. I mean the list goes on in two thousand eighteen Then governor jerry. Brown deployed the california national guard to assist federal authorities in handling the surge of migrants at the southern border. Can you imagine greasy gavin newsom during that today of course night but we have to protect our sovereignty. It's not about It's not about not caring for illegal immigrants or any of that stuff. I would argue that people that want want them to come across the border and live in the dark and live in the shadows. Willy nilly And and don't care about the dangers on the track are the ones that really. Don't care about illegal are or the ones that don't care about the illegal immigrants The governor larryelder fees elected. He can declare a major disaster on homelessness so the governor should declare a major disaster for the purposes of requesting assistance from fema in relocating the homeless to temporary facilities on federal land Those requiring immediate medical attention should be treated those requiring mental health. Care should have they provided In those suffering economic hardship should be placed in temporary housing housing and taking off the city streets. So so those are some of the things that the california governor. If it's larry elder would have the power to do despite the fact that there's a democratic Legislature and then declared an emergency on wildfires way. The california environmental quality act to allow forest clearing. Why would you not clear up your force guys. I own scape business. This is some what i do. That's important. I'm telling you these These green people are absolutely don't understand what they're talking about. You clear up the floors you get better for us for you. Get stronger plants. It's amazing it works try. We'll be back in a few. Carl jacksonville that on the larryelder jill. Where's the same. He saving california and now. here's special. Guest carl jackson on the larry elder show our public schools big change. I'm gloria romero. I was the majority leader of democrats in the state. senate. I believe in charter schools and school choice. Sodas larry elder but not gavin news. He shut our public schools while he sent his kids to private. Yes i'm a democrat but the recall of newsome is not about political party. It's about houston. Larry elder forgotten. Wow i love it former state. Senator democrat gloria romero heaping putting the state first putting the state. I put in california's first. Electrode dot com elder dot com elect elder dot com. I'll take final call. And i'll go through a couple of more things that Larryelder can do and then we'll finish up with this on tomorrow's show so get still plenty of material. I didn't get to you today But i look forward to talking about it tomorrow. Let's go to esther real quick in. Houston texas esther. Welcome to larryelder show. You got the mike you but i. I was answered in that that race question. I mean i look white. And i'm x. games and hispanic. You know like if everyone calls me so that i can't take a bit of that because that's what i i look like like you know like a rock. You're gonna say that iraq you're not gonna say something else so taking offense to some somebody calling like what they eat and like wait you are. You shouldn't take us into that and and it's not bad to be anything that you are like the but you can't you can't change what people perceive you at right and just because you are. Which are you should feel bad forties or because god made you lover. I love that. I appreciate the call. Thank you for listening. Thank you for being Out there Listens and she says here on the call board she Black is a description not erasing. She's absolutely right. The reason why the gentleman they called in earlier isn't a racist and It it is simple. I mean it's simple. It's in your heart. It's what it it's what's in your heart. God knows your heart. I see this is why. I don't worry about these. Social justice warriors and the uncle. Am and the fake racism. Critical race theorists. And all this. I don't this is why i don't care what they say about me. God judges the heart. Man looks at the outward appearance. How do you know you're not racist. It's because when you see a black person a white person the latino. Hey they're black. They're white but so what. I'm willing to get to know him. You know what's in your heart. God knows what's in your heart. That's what matters. I don't give a flip about with social justice warriors. Say it doesn't matter. They get offended over people. I you know. I don't care it's just nonsense. What we are from the left coast to the right coast. It's the larry elder special guest carl jackson.

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"The everybody i dave ruben. This report direct message and today is july twenty nine twenty twenty one. It's my sister. Tallies birthday tall if you're watching happy birthday if you're not watching i'll try to remember it. It's ex later. But i'm a very busy guy. Happy birthday love. You all right guys as always do me a favor. Share subscribe notification bill. The whole shebang. We're on youtube. Who knows how long will be on youtube for. They don't seem very much. And i don't know if you know about this but censorship is coming more and more and more and if they don't like you on web one web site they probably don't like on another. That's a little plug for ruben. Report dot logos dot com. Because i'm always going to be there. And i own all of it and we're spinning it off for all kinds of other people as you guys know. I am going off the grid after tomorrow. It is a big day. I will be announcing the presale for my next book. I will make a couple announcements related to locals and then disappear for a month and in normal years. It's like You know maybe something political app and maybe there's a hurricane or something. This isn't a particularly. I'd year where it's like. Will the president be alive with his head. Explode i pop out we'll You know the communist fully takeover will California crack and be no longer part of the united states. Who the hell knows. But this is exactly why i go off the grid website site to do it and really more than anything else tomorrow. I just can't wait to share the title of the book. And i'm gonna sign every single copy that we sell tomorrow. All the copies that we sell at our local community will be signed and numbered. So those are absolutely exclusive locals signed and numbered copies if you remember that locals locals dot and then we're gonna do a livestream normal time here tomorrow at eleven. Am pacific and every single. Copy that gets sold Will get signed tomorrow. We got three stories for you Kobe it's back baby or at least it's back in terms of the media and our politicians pushing it on us. Normal people are just kind of going through their day to day and ignoring these fools at this point who got everything wrong. The entire time and keep getting everything wrong. And i'm sort of at the point at this point where it's like if you want to wear a mask and get jabbed every month and stay in your basement if that's what the country wants to do then great. I just can't do it but that's what you guys want to do. And maybe once a week we'll come and we'll throw some fish heads down there and you can eat the fish ed's that'd be great But yeah so. We got a whole bunch of stuff. That's going on including that just in the last like literally like three minutes apparently dc is now recommending indoor mask mandates again and the question is okay so you you put out a mass mandy but like so. What do you have to do. It like what happens to people who don't do it. These people only authority if we keep giving it to them then elizabeth warren who is a ridiculous fake indian who wants pretended to be native american to get a job She is backing gavin newsom in his recall election here and she's really terrible and he's really terrible. We're going to show you the ad and it's just full allies just li- li- much like elizabeth. Warren lies about everything. You know demanding that your kids go to public school while her kids of course go to private and charter. Schools amongst jillian other otherwise and then finally speaking of dc crime is exploding. And you guys know it's exploding in a ton of our progressive run cities but now the dc mayor. You know what she wants to do. You're not going to believe it guys now that she defended the police and attack. The police and a lot of police retired and decided who needs the headache. Now she wants more police goeman crazy stuff crazy stuff but all right. Let's start with all this kobe. Lunacy i here is some videotape of ridiculous marxist new york city for now mayor bill de blasio on msnbc and as i often say scratch progressive. Find a fascist. And look. i'm a parent. My kids went to new york city public schools. If my kids are going to school in september i would be running to get them vaccinated right now and like. What's santa moment though. We used to do this as parents. All the time for a variety of vaccinations. We've got to shake people at this point and say come on now. We tried voluntary. We could not have been more kind and compassionate as a country free testing everywhere you turn. Incentives friendly warm embrace. The voluntary phase is over. We can keep doing those things. I'm not say shut it down. I'm saying voluntary alone doesn't work. It's time for mandates. No you dirtbag no. We have individual choice in this country. Okay we have rule of law in this country and just because you say the voluntary as is over doesn't mean that it's over now. I know that as a progressive you think that the government is god in the government can force everyone to do whatever they want. You also apparently think that you've done this with kindness and compassion. That's what he said they've done it with. Kindness and compassion is of course his governor. Andrew cuomo is the one who killed all of those elderly people by intentionally sending infected. Kobe patients back into old age homes. I know you guys all know that story already. The justice department has decided that they're not even gonna look into it so cuomo is going to get away with literally murdering people but what really is interesting about that clip is that it really shows you the mindset of a progressive and at this point i would say when i say progressive i mean basically a modern democrat progressive socialist marxist communist. They're all the same things. They all want government to do everything so what he's saying. There's we were really nice about it. We were really really really really nice. You didn't do what we wanted. Okay and because you didn't do what we wanted voluntary's over now we're going to mandate it. Now what are you gonna do. You're gonna are you gonna literally send cops and soldiers into high rises and grab people out of their beds and force them to get injected with the vaccine. That at the moment we're now seeing doesn't work as effectively as it was sold to us two months ago. Which is why they're putting the vaccine mandate back here in los angeles and in dc. And it's probably going to roll around throughout the country because these people just want power. He is a maniac. Who just wants. We're gonna have to shake people what he said. We're gonna shake people and that made me think of something so we put together a little edit thinking of shaking people we've got to shake people at this point and say come on now get back seat. I'll take this be on the phone. Everything's come on come on. That's fine work. We're doing their shoutout to connor. He's two feet away from me. We're not social visiting this thing right now. He just did that doctor. You're wanted on the phone. And that's airplane. Of course spectacular. Although as you guys know. I would say the peak of those type of movies. Airplane was around. Nineteen seventy seven or so. Seventy eight maybe. Can we get a year on that. The peak of those movies was nineteen eighty-nine naked gun and of course the doctor in airplane is also frank driven in the naked gun nineteen eighty airplane interesting. I thought it was seventy nine. Who knew anyway. There is more craziness happening. Now in dc representative cat chemic- she is a congresswoman from florida. She tweeted this out. It's it's absolutely amazing. In today's edition of pelosi's abuse of power capital police have been directed to arrest staff and visitors to comply with her mask mandate for vaccinated individuals for members. They advise not arresting but reporting members to essay for their fair failure to comply therefore effective immediately to promote good health and wellbeing of our employees all us. Ep personnel must wear a mask at all times when in interior spaces throughout the capitol grounds if a visitor or staff member fails to wear a mask after a request is made to do so the visitor or staff. Shelby denied entry to the house office buildings. Or how side of the. Us capital any person who fails to either comply or leave the premises after being asked to do so would be subject to an arrest for unlawful entry. Let's put aside for a second visitors. Whatever they mean by visitors. But let's talk about the congress people and the staff members who work in dc. These are people who have all been vaccinated right like pretty much. All of these people have been vaccinated. We were told and we played the video yesterday. And i tweeted it out by joe biden about a month ago. If you get the vaccine you don't have to wear a mask anymore so either. He's a liar spreading misinformation or did they get new information. That is possible right. You can get more data as time goes on but did they not realize when he said that that more information was going to come and that there would be the scary delta variant and that suddenly now as i talked to you guys about yesterday. There's this data coming out of israel that was analyzed by sweeter scientists and it turns out that the vaccine is actually closer to forty percent effective in some cases instead of ninety five percent effective. And now they're saying that a pfizer is saying that you're going to have to get a booster shot. Probably every few months as i said yesterday. Look why don't we just do this. On a monthly subscription basis. It's very big. It could be like net flicks four ninety nine. They'll just inject you with some experimental medication every month. Like is that really where we're at. What's even more interesting about this. Is ben shapiro. who actually is the guest. On the ruben. Report this week. I hope you've been watching the clips. He tweeted this is from a washington post article. It's actually quite extraordinary. So here's ben's commentary. I no biggie. Just the cdc and nih you'd bidding. They have no evidence of the recommendation. They're making regarding masking the vaccinated. And now here's the actual quote from fao chief in washington post but fao noted there is not yet clinical data on what. The high viral loads mean in terms of disease transmission. You can make a reasonable assumption. That vaccinated people can transmit the virus just like unvaccinated. People can vouch he said. Do you guys see what's spectacular turn of events. This is a few weeks ago if she had said. Oh we want you to get vaccinated. We're gonna make it free for everybody. We really want everybody to do it. You won't have to wear masks those but it is possible that you'll still be spreading kobe. You might not only get kobe but you still might be spreading coburn. We don't have a freaking clue that in essence is what he is saying now and he's also talking about the third dose. Take a look. Certainly they need to listen to the. Cdc in the fda the nation's top infectious disease expert is saying. Listen to the cdc and not pfizer when it comes to needing a vaccine booster friday. This is what dr anthony found. She told cnn about a phone call. He received from the head of pfizer. The ceo who's a really good guy. Got on the phone with me last night and apologized that they came out with that recommendation. So there is no not that apologize about the recommendation. Apologize for not letting us know that he was gonna do it ahead of time. This after pfizer announced on thursday it was applying for emergency. Fda authorization for booster shot to protect against cova nineteen booster for americans to get as early as six months after their second dose pfizer set off alarms when they released a statement saying that the immunity from its vaccine was waning citing israeli health ministry data. The company said quote vaccine efficacy in preventing both infection and symptomatic disease has declined six months. Post vaccination our slater harvard. The cdc and the fda said fully vaccinated. Americans do not need an additional dose vaccine at this time. Look if you're playing along at home. It's getting very hard to trust anyone. And i don't even want to sit here and tell you absolutely trust me. I am trying to ingest some of this information in real time. I am trying to unpack it and transmit it to you in a somewhat honest way but i just don't know how you can trust these people at this point a year and a half from two weeks to flatten the curve. There's a reason we don't talk about the curb anymore because we did flat. It did flatten. There's a reason that they don't tell you now is they're telling us the delta variant is killing all these people notice they're not showing us numbers and they're not they're telling oh went up fifty percent okay that could be. We had three people now. We have five. People went up this small. I it seems like a huge amount of per- percentage wise. It's big but it's not a ton of people. They're not telling us about the ages. they're not telling you about the other diseases. These people have. This is the thing it's always going to be here. Guys cove is always going to be here and the powers that be whatever they are. The governmental power is the media. Powers the people that want to keep you locked up and depressed and everything else. They will always release another variant. They will always release something else to scare you and to keep you at home and to exercise some psychotic level of control over u. n. In most cases they will not be abiding by those very things themselves. You all know the endless amount of hypocritical things that these democratic governors have done and speaking of the biggest hypocrite of all. We'll gavin newsom. Who has you know is in the middle of this. Recall elect elder dot com Well it turned out that his son. You're not gonna believe it guys his son while he's telling everybody to mask up again and social distance and everything else his son's basketball camp and they weren't wearing masks basketball camp and some pictures leaked and now gavin is very upset that the pictures leaked and listen to listen. Really listen carefully. It's about a twenty second video. Listen to the very obvious. Lie that he drops here. Okay take a listen. You wanna come after me. Come after me and don't come after nine and ten year olds. He was there for one day. They said they want to take a picture. They took off the mask. It a mask in his hand and they're attacking weaponising my son. I watched network news last night. And they're weaponising my son. It was sitting there crying with me last night. Wanna come after me. come after me. You did nothing wrong. We pulled him out of that camp. Basketball camp wanna come after me. Come after me. Not my kids first off. Did you catch any extraordinary lion. The end there. He did nothing wrong. We pulled him out of the camp but if he did nothing wrong why would you pull them out of the camp. Was he playing basketball with the mask. Gavin and by the way. I'm not coming after your son. I don't care about your son. I have no intention of attacking a child. You are an evil authoritarian douchebag and you're playing the victim now this is so exactly what progressives do with everything. He didn't believe that his family or his son should abide by the rules. That he wants for everyone else much like him keeping his wineries open when he was closing everybody else's and eating french laundry and all of that stuff then his son is at this camp and then people take a picture of it and i guarantee you. His son does not playing basketball with a mask on. Okay so then they take a picture it gets lebron. He pretends that anyone's attacking his son. Nobody zero zero zero. Nobody's attacking his son but then he tough guy. Okay attack me attack me all right newsom. i'm here. I'm one of your constituent constituents. I'm attacking you you're awful. I cannot wait till you're recalled and if you're not recalled i'm probably leaving all right there you go so now. You've extra incentive to run hard. Because i know you don't want me here even though i have several businesses here and i provide to the economy and i'm a pretty decent citizen. I know you don't want people like me. You just want mindless drones. So that's probably what you're what you'll have however. I do think that my friend larry elder has elect elder dot com elect elder dot com elect elder dot com. But look that fake tough guy. He's such a fake tough guy. Come after me okay. You want to have a debate. You are welcome on this show. My we will reach out people today. I mean we've done it before we will reach out to his people today. I got a busy day ahead of me. I'm about to go off the grid. I will do a live uncensored. No notes interview with you today you dick speaking i. I'm going off the grid soon. You know cut me some slack. Here you know we're we're ending in a blaze of glory. You know what. I mean like all of my frustration with these people. It's really just like. I see the off the grid moment here. The calendar is going. This way is like they're getting crazier and crazier. And it's like man and then i disappear and then then i come back and i'm refreshing. You know a real lisbeth warren elizabeth. Warren know this is the fake native american. Okay this is a woman who pretended pretended that she was a native american to get a job as a professor while she calls everybody else racist. I mean that's pretty much most racist thing you could possibly do because not only. Are you getting a job that you really don't deserve if you believe in that identity politics if you're actually stopping a native american person from getting that very job that you took white lady well she is coming out. Swinging for gavin newsom and listen to her ad that she's putting out for all gavin and yeah she's a democrat. She's a progressive. So it's full. Allies the deal with the recall of gavin news. We've seen trump republicans across the country attacking election results and the right to vote. Now they're coming to grab power in california abusing the recall process and costing taxpayers millions. Cares how we stop them. Every californian we'll get a mail in ballot for the september fourteenth election. Vote no to protect california and our democracy stop the republican recall awful. They're just nauseating. I need to start taking the modem before the show. I think maybe that would be a good idea. These people are just absolutely horrible i. It's the trump republicans. Of course that are causing the recall. This is very much in line. With what bernie has been saying in the rest of them. These are evil right wingers. The implication is of course these are racist people somehow even though gavin newsome's white and the guy who's going to replace him is black but putting that aside for a moment that they're all evil and they're republicans doing this. I just want to say this again. I've been to so many of the rallies about opening up this state the people that are at the rallies it's not even that they're not republicans they're not even they're not democrats. They're not political people for the most part they're just regular people restaurant tourists small business people. Everyone hates gavin. That should be the name of the sitcom you've got to go. I don't care where you go but you can't stay here so of course she lies that these are trump republicans calling for the recall. So she's saying basically that one point seven million trump republicans in california sign that recall thing to make it happen okay so that that's just a lie. She says of course that they're attacking elections which this is completely congruent with everything else that these ridiculous people are saying attacking elections yes. We're attacking elections by using the electoral process by using the constitutional process of recalling. These people we have these systems put into place so that when we have really horrific authoritarian governors. We can get rid of them by the way. It's not in the too distant future that california. Did this california. Before i lived here. Had to recall of gray. Davis and remember arnold schwarzenegger. I'll be back. It's not a tumor. He became the governor. Okay so these things have happened in. The past was at trump. Republicans did it and that was pre trump but trump's like a time machine for these people anything can happen with trump so attacking elections. I mean look again. You guys know all this stuff the ball of these election bills georgia texas everywhere that they're doing these election bills it's about voter. Id it's about paper trails. It's about video cameras when people are counting it's to secure elections. It is these clownish buffoons who are trying to destroy the election process. She also says they're abusing the recall process. Well no they're just not. I think illustrated that already. And also just is there anyone more inauthentic than than elizabeth warren. Remember how i'm gonna get me a beer. And then she walks off camera and that little ice cream and that will never cease to amaze me. Like really i think. Sociologists and psychologists probably anthropologists years from now should all study how a billionaire orangemen from new york was more authentic than every single one of the people who hated him. It's just absolutely incredible. Absolutely incredible but speaking of the people who hate him The mayor of dc. Muriel bowser has been one of the prime people attacking the police calling the country racist all of the usual stuff and then of course. What happened in dc a lot of crime a lot of murder a lot of bad stuff. Have you been to baltimore. It ain't pretty people. Just the whole area's just a mess. We've got a quote here from the daily mail dc mayor. Muriel bowser announces plans to add one hundred police officers to the city's force and requests. Eleven million dollars more funding to recruit and train them amid rising violence last year. The city council voted to defunding the police. By fifteen million dc twenty twenty so homicides hit a sixteen year high and the trend is continuing in twenty twenty one. This month has seen high profile shootings that have angered the community. So she defunding them by fifteen million now she wants eleven which i've never. That's the most financially responsible thing democrats ever done. I don't know where she's making up. That four million just absolutely insane. I'm being told this is actually sort of an interesting pieces. She was sort of flip-flopping on the defunding she never really said she was for it or against it. Her city council voted to defunding. But she never really full in and went to defend. Its i want to de-fund. So i wanna be clear on that but we've got some statistics on what the crime situation in. Dc has been like this is from w. usa nine in twenty twenty homicides in dc. Hit a sixteen year high. The current trends continue twenty. Twenty one could even deadlier dc police data reports a forty three percent increase in homicides from the same time last year with twenty twenty one totaling sixty three as of april twenty eighth compared to forty four. This date in two thousand twenty two thousand seventeen reported thirty four homicides two thousand eighteen reported forty homicides two thousand nineteen forty nine homicides. Twenty twenty reported forty four homicides. Twenty twenty again is reporting sixty three homicides. The point is the think there might be a connection between defunding. The police getting police out of communities where there is the most crime and then more crime coming in. Do you think if you have a place. Let's try it this way. Let's say there's a place there's a lot of crime there. There's a lot of drugs there. There's a lot of homeless people there and there's some police there right and let's just say the police aren't good. They're not bad they're just completely indifferent. Not even going to take you got some average police officers there but there's a really bad place where some bad stuff's happening right and nobody wants that to be. I want people to thrive and succeed and live the best live they can and hopefully get out of poverty and get out of living in crime rate at neighborhoods etc etc. Well do you think that if you just took those police officers out if you defended them and they had to move resources elsewhere. Do you think anything would get better in those areas. Do you think the criminals in those areas the drug dealers criminals the pimps all of the people that are doing the bad stuff. You think they're gonna be like guys. The cops are gun. I'm getting out of the crime game. I'm going to stop looting and breaking into things and doing the prostitution and sell them the crack and everything else or do you think they might go vacuum time to fill it with something. Then we're going to do more crime because we're not good people okay. I'm pretty sure you know what i did there. For the record we did just reach out to gavin. Newsome's press secretary daniel lopez. I suspect we're not gonna hear back. And i know some of my language with gavin has been been a bit colorful but he does deserve it and and i and i actually do me in this. I will gladly interview him anytime anywhere. With with no notes we will just sit down and talk it out. But he's a liar and he's a fraud and i will gladly say that to his face. Okay guys big news so tomorrow. I am officially going off the grid. Tomorrow's the thirtieth thirty first is the last day of the month. But it's a saturday so tomorrow night. We'll be my official last day on the grid but we got a lot of big stuff. Big stuff happening tomorrow so first off. We posted already this morning. A teaser for the title of my new book. At ruben report dot locals dot com so people are guessing away right there. I will be doing a livestream exclusively for our locals members at nine. Am pacific twelve pm eastern every single person that is a ruben report locals community member that buys the book tomorrow. We'll get a signed and numbered book plate numbered. That's the key part no matter how many we sell. I will sign every single one and they will be numbered exclusively for you guys on locals then here as we normally do at eleven. Am pacific two pm eastern. I'll be live for about two hours. I think we're going to to our show tomorrow and every single book that is why that is purchased tomorrow. we'll have links accordingly. Obviously i will sign a book. Play for you guys. Those will not be numbered. So if you're just watching on the youtube we're not going to be numbering them. But i will sign them but if you are a locals member i want to get you one of those exclusive signed and numbered copies and then i've got a couple of other announcements to make. We've got a lot of stuff going on with locals. I'm super psyched. And this is definitely going to be the hardest year to get off the grid. Not only because of the new stuff that i talked about a top show. It's like i could come back to anything. The aliens invaded biden's head exploded. Like just anything could possibly be out there as seems like it would be possible when i return but i've so much going on with locals right now that it's going to be really difficult to get off the graydon fully. This time i may have to take a couple of business related phone calls in the first few days but yet no news dough current events. No twitter no email. No facebook no instagram. No pinterest no nothing for one month. I do come back on september first. We will be doing that show live. We're doing that at the studio. We're going to be doing that. Show at grove. Studio adam karol is gonna walk me through a two hour livestream on all the things that i missed and what are what are you telling me there. What's that. Oh the back on the grades going to be. It's going to be an hour earlier than usual. We're giving you way advance notice. But on september first our show will be ten. Am pacific one pm. Eastern mark your calendar. Now people okay. I know things get crazy over the summer. You you could forget. And then we'll be off by an hour. That would just be a nightmare anyway. I can't wait to debut the book for you guys tomorrow. And i can't wait to get off the grid and just although i'll obviously talk a little bit more about this tomorrow i just wanna thank you as always for just this incredible amount of support that i continue to get all of the these things that i'm doing and the projects that i'm working on the book the show locals these things all continue to grow and it's not just they're growing because you know i'm working hard and my team's working hard. It's because you guys support us one way or another. You know what i mean like. Just want however whether it's just because you watch or you support us that locals or you buy the book or whatever it's like. I'm living my dream. I am living my dream. I truly am and i truly will be for the next month. So that's ruben report that locals dot com if you want a signed number copy livestream early for the locals guys tomorrow normal time here and all right hectic day. Hope you had a good hope. You enjoyed the show. I i enjoyed the show connor. 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September 8th: Newsom recall election HR 2

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September 8th: Newsom recall election HR 2

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Kfta to that number as we've been spending a lot of time talking about are excessive with a hair flare. Poll question Whether are do you agree with resurrection christian standing standing up and saying no or were defying. What county is telling us to do or do you disagree We've been talking a lot about res- but at the same point northridge high school students and parents protest cove nineteen mask requirements. This is not a new thing Rising cases at school led a twenty eight day masking for students and staff. Now this is a very small. Protest held out in front of the school and delaney the greeley tribune reporting here a few dozen students and a few dolts protests and move tuesday morning outside. Northridge has to return to school after the long labor day weekend. Seventeen year old senior Haley hormann was among the organizers of the protest group shield assigned saying Muck fasts while she stood on the sidewalk on the east side of the school with other students. Creativity there and with creativity does able to read her assigned because if it was the other way round i couldn't say that i don't believe mask work. Harmon said They can stop most things with the virus. But not all okay. Here's what out on this. And i don't know i don't know what you guys think of this listeners. Others let me know but if we're hesitant to trust people with virus decision making. I'm just gonna throw it out there that high school students are low on the totem pole. For who i would trust to make that decision now. I think that it's i personally. I think good on the students were protesting. What they believe I would say that no matter what the case may have been There is There's a there's a lot that goes into this. There's a lot to go into this. But when we just can't take this one set of group for further word and i think that's what where everybody is. The center for disease control and prevention says in personal earnings should be a priority this fall and they're trying to do everything they can to keep him indoors and right now it's looking like masking. Is there first way to do that. Give me your thoughts. Text into the grill techs nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one new textures text k to that number working on getting sorry apologies working on getting a somali bohannon colorado and is live at resurrection christian schools. Right now And we'd love to have her have her on what's going on out there right now working on that But they universal indoor masking by all students age to an older staff teachers visitors to k twelve schools. Now here's where. I've got a little bit of an issue is ages two and upscale. I mean that. That scares the hell. Out of me. To be quite frank if i was apparent. There's no way that. I would want my two year old having to wear a mask because that is such a formative age That you know when those masks come off does that does that. What are the mental ramifications from that. And that's something. I don't care where you're at on either. There's no answer to right now. That's going to be seen later on and it's scary. That's a scary thing for a lot of parents out there. The american academy of pediatrics recommends the same guidance with the exception of a medical or developmental condition because quote a significant portion of the student. Population is not eligible for vaccination greeley school district. Six chief of communications theresa myers said northridge has had thirty nine positive cases of cove. Nineteen since the start of the school year back on august twelfth. Seems like a lot right but we talk about the number of students That northridge has in at schools. It's still a very small percentage and we're talking case it's no hospitalizations. The scores twenty five positive cases now and approximately eight hundred students in quarantine. quarantines are imposed if individuals. Not wearing masks come in contact with someone who has tested positive. Meyer said anybody else feeling like they're having a little bit of deja vu here. We're just talking about this. Well hell about a year ago. We found that. Yeah okay now. We've got the vaccine out there. We've got the most vulnerable taking care of. We'll be leaving a living. Our lives with relative normalcy. to be completely honest. It is frustrating to me to my core that we haven't changed the rhetoric on how we talk about cove nineteenth specifically specifically for adolescents teenagers. Kids this variant. Yeah it's still the last The first original cove nineteen right cove at one point. Oh really didn't impact the youth a whole lot at all. We saw very little trans mission to the youth. So now we're seeing more kids get it but we're still not seeing widespread hospitalizations serious illness. Come from it serious side effects from it so we're starting to get to the point where we're talking about kids getting coverted just as they'd get the flu and handling it as if they'd have the flu if not better. Why are we holding them in quarantine don't quarantine for the flu. It does come back to look if if you're not feeling well if you are experiencing certain symptoms don't come around but we're not saying hospitalizations come from schools. So why are we having these kids. Miss critical learning and critical experiences to get them set for the real world. Because of this again my opinion the district is implementing mask for suits staffer. Twenty eight days in buildings where cases are on the rise or with an outbreak. The twenty eight day timeframe was established by the while kennedy department of public health and environment to allow full or two full court cycles. That are each approximately fourteen days. Myers said the district is also using two percents of a building population with positive cases as a benchmark or a guide to determine if a building wide mask mandate should be implemented northridge has a student population of approximately twelve hundred students in ninth through twelfth grade ninth through twelfth grade. Twelve hundred students k. in what do we say thirty nine thirty nine people that are infected by this right now. That's about three percent of the student population. Our core teams will go down significantly with the pre kindergarten through eighth mask. Mandate meyer said. We're seeing the spread of the virus. We are seeing it. But here's the thing you're never gonna make everybody happy with how you're how you're going to try and control and get in front of the situation. He can't do that. But also what is another frustrating thing i think for a lot of people is that we haven't had a whole lot of clear communication on exactly why it's a certain level right it. Why is it two percent. Why is it not five percent. Why is it three. Why those are those. Those are questions that haven't been answered and that that frustration. That draw is getting. It's getting old. People are getting tired of it when you have just over three percent of your student body ninth through twelfth grade nine through twelve and that's got you know i didn't even catch until three percent of the high schoolers now. What's the entire student body and i get. They come up their different. Elementary schools and middle schools thinks through that but why three percent of just the high school does this come down to. I'm all for it. If we're starting to see hospitalizations we're starting to see serious illness. Everything of that nature if this takes that step then yes i'm for the mask mandate i'm for quarantining but we're not seeing that we haven't seen that and that's where my frustration lies texas the talker tax nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one text care of kedah that number. He'll be subscribed and ready to go. What get a one last news for northern colorado story here the the city of greeley has gone ahead and named an interim greeley police chief This by morgan. Mckinsey out of the greeley tribune. Adam turk was appointed by interim city manager. Raymond leave the city announced tuesday in a news release city officials will conduct a natural search for a permanent police chief while turk occupies the role. The news follows the announcement of the retirement of chief. Marc jones after serving the position for more than three years turkey. A great deal to offer to the community as a twenty nine year resident of greeley with more than fourteen years of law enforcement experience turk leapt into a long career with the city of greeley police officer in nineteen ninety nine his also worked as a detective in patrol officer in two thousand seven. He had a stint a as sergeant supervising detective. Staff member by twenty thirteen was lieutenant with the role of overseeing patrol operations. He became deputy chief in twenty eight teen. So adam turk has been appointed as the interim greeley police chief Say thanks to the shop here in greeley. If you're looking. Sometimes i've said this on the phone yesterday the The four weeks sometimes seem like they can be the longest. You're cutting out all that The time that can be spent wasted away sitting on your phone like ryan's doing right now not paying attention to anything that i'm saying you're going to have all the ways the time that you may because it's forty day week when that happens and it starts to to kind of way down a little bit stub by the shine shop angrily having afternoon. Drink on your way home. Stop by the best craft spirits. I've ever had period end of story period in a story. That's how we're going to end. It will be back. It's soco now presented by the jeanine agencies northern carlos voice one of three point one at thirteen ten kfi kfi the good afternoon guy with brian. Gary weekday afternoons at three northern colorado's voice one zero three point one and thirteen ten. Kfi k now what they do then. No go now on this wednesday morning wednesday. Not not a tuesday certainly felt like it. I don't know why. But i always have more trouble getting out of bed on a tuesday morning the second day of the week. Then i do the. I don't know what's up with that happy to be with you here on noko. Now live from the collision specialists studios wanted to get to this story from here in weld county. this was a presley sent out yesterday. The it's being distributed on behalf. The nineteenth judicial critical incident response team on september. Four twenty twenty one at approximately eleven thirty pm. Well kenny sheriff's deputies at the weld county jail found a female inmate in medical distress Wc so deputies and onsite. Medical staff immediately began lifesaving efforts. The medical intervention efforts were unsuccessful. And the may was pronounced deceased at twelve five. Am on september fifth. The inmates name is being withheld until next of kin. Notifications have been made by the well. County coroner. The nineteenth judicial died critical. Incident response team will be handling the investigation. It's an active investigation. More details will be released as they become available So that that happening in weld county sheriff's office in jail over the weekend with jumped you a little bit more national news here. This is something that has kind of been flying a little bit under the radar but they are still. They're still recall. Effort for gavin newsom in california the governor of california and as ap news states here california recall vote offers test of biden political clout because gavin newsom has been calling in some of the the big hitters elizabeth warren kamala harris now headed that way to campaign for gavin newsom. And before we even get into anything. I think this just talks about the severity of the situation. When you're having your calling in the big hitters. I mean you're calling in some of the biggest democrats there are so gavin. News is not taking this like taking this lightly. President joe biden has been beset by public health military and climate crisis in the past month. Not much time has been left for a potential political disaster brewing for his party in california with a week just fair. The white house is diving into the california gubernatorial gubernatorial recall election coming to democratic governor gavin. Newsome's aid with visits from vice president kamala harris and then biden himself to try to alleviate lingering concerns about democratic turnout in the unusual september vote harris will campaign in the state with news on wednesday after previously planned visit was knicks due to the chaos surrounding the afghanistan withdrawal inviting himself as expected to visit the state early next week ahead of tuesday's election for biden it's a chance to flex his political muscle and a stair in state where both he and harris remain popular. The outcome also will provide a test of biden's cloud after difficult august in advance of the twenty twenty two midterms when control of congress more than half the nascent. Nation's governorships are up for grabs. The thing that irks me about this. And i'd be saying the same damn thing if it was trump in there we've got. We've got bigger problems to fry and to handle bigger fish to fry than whether gavin newsom gets recalled out of california or not. We've still got american citizens on the ground in afghanistan. Our border is being overwhelmed right now by illegal. Immigrants oen cova. That's still out there. But instead of all of that we've got elected officials going hanging at in california with governor harrison by nur hoping to help bolster newsome's chance to survive an unpredictable recall effort state remains key to advancing biden's agenda at the state and national level. It simply too big of a state to lose an election and said job. Benenson a former pollster for president barack obama's campaign. You've got more to risk by not showing up then by showing up but it's still bad. Look right it's still frustrating to the people when we've had all these issues going on or reliable polling has been scarce in the raise. A recent survey from the public policy institute of california conducted in late august showed more likely voters would vote no than the as removing newsom fifty. Eight to thirty nine percent among all likely voters whether they would keep newsom. We're not about half sadie. Do not have a preference on a replacement candidate or do not know their preference. Barring the polls the main concern for new remains getting democratic base voters engaged and aware that they need to turn out for an unusually timed. The main problem for newsom is making sure that democratic turnout is robust enough to save him. One way to do that is to bring bring in high profile surrogates who will get a lot of news coverage and we'll help spread the word about the fact that the recall is happening and from a democratic perspective. It's hard to find two people better than the vice president. Kamala harris. Who's from california herself. And of course the president. So we'll see what happens but but nonetheless you've got our president and our vice president headed to california on the campaign trail for gavin's For governor newsom instead of dealing with some of these other issues facing the country right now. Dr. rubs me the wrong way. Like i said when we've had a couple of these right we've seen a couple of The first two were with kovin with mayor. Michael hancock saying stay in the state. Don't be traveling. And then he takes off on a flight And then of course. Ted cruz down in texas when they had that massive power outage and that blizzard that came through and he takes off to mexico. Cancun cruise isn't that what they were calling him. And i had an issue with that two year elected to serve your people. Don't be running off dobie going when things get tough and it feels like that's what we're getting out of the president and the vice president a little bit right now. Just my two cents. Remember governor newsom to was under fire when he had the state of california completely. Shut down lockdown. Couldn't go outside can do any of that and he was throwing parties with many many people at them. Do as i say. Not as i do. Ten third time Desert petty xp realty should get you new dream home. I don't think you're going to be moving to california anytime soon. But she's got you covered here in northern colorado. No matter where it is here in noko they Desert pedigree can help you find that house. She gets a ton of updates about the real estate market where it's at pricing wise. Everything like that. She is on top of it on the ball. Talk whether yesterday and jews busy running from place to place but she makes everybody a priority. That's what great real estate agents do desert pedigree xp realty ten thirty one time. When we come back we'll talk with mark knutson with the three three-strikes blog for major league. Pitcher larry walker getting inducted into the hall of fame day. We'll get his thoughts on all that much much more. But first let's get to the bottom of the hour news and weather center for the latest and the broncos the nuggets in the rockies listened to the whole show weekdays noon and northern colorado's voice one three point one and thirteen ten kfi k. Welcome back into the program. No co now on his win thing before we get to market. It's in here. We're going to just second to just got this in the full letter. From dr eshelman. The superintendent at resurrection christian schools sent parents. Drc paradigm please inform you are has secured additional legal services. We're very blessed to find a team that possesses both the legal Legal accurate acumen as well as the same grit and shared desire for parents and parental rights. Great days ahead. i wanna be clear. We're fighting for you and your precious children with that said and after much discussion consultation over the weekend i am pleased to inform you of the following number one. We have informed the county. They are not permitted to have their representatives on our campus. I've enclosed the underlined excerpt below of our communication to the county in which this was clarified. It goes on to say after review and consultation with our legal team. I wanted to inform you. We are not in agreement with county represented representatives being on our campus tomorrow wednesday september eighth. I want to inform you. Will you do not have our authorization nor are permission to do so. We are a private christian school and operate outside of the public school model and domain. Please know any attempt to be on. Our campus will be considered trespassing. At which time we will call the police as well as our attorney. Has you have no authority over our operations. So strong words until further notice all our operations events athletics activities functions of the school will continue on as they were before the county's actions and subsequent letter received on friday september second there are no new additional stipulations being placed on our children families are staff operations will continue on as they normally were. He goes on to say as always you can choose to wear. Now wear a mask or vaccinate vaccinate. Your children will continue to keep the same safeguards cleaning protocols in places before and Continues on to wrap it up there. That is from superintendent. Dr larry eshelman joining me now. Up on the high line. Rcmp four four vip guests mark. Let's get out of the kovar all right. Let's talk larry walker. He's going into the hall of fame today. Well deserve overdue. And i get most of the well obviously walker gets the credit my friend. My friend many ran dallas. I'll be starting to podcast again. Pretty probably. The biggest single died because for several years. Got larry The noticed that he deserved the thing about. Larry walker's candidacy. That's unique is that He's one of the very few i. I guess i should say to get this recognition based on the new new era of statistics. He doesn't mean he doesn't come close. Benchmarks in five hundred ninety. Three thousand head No those things. He missed a ton of games but the new stats war and oh sing all the stuff that they're doing now. He was sensational. One of the best right fielders ball time. In under those circumstances. I think the voters started taking to that stuff. Yeah it's it's pretty cool to have a man. Yeah there was. I mean there was a there was a hell of a push social media by rockies diehards and rockies people trying to get larry walker and it succeeded monstrous jumpers second allowed to his final year of eligibilty which is really cool. I mean it showed. The people were paying attention and open minded and and not stuck in their ways. And you know it's not terribly gratifying for dr larry. But for the people that helped push me in tracy wrinkles demand and the sabre people around here and everybody got behind his candidacy and really opened. A lot is nationally. And so that now the The focus kind of turns over to the todd father. Todd helton what What are the chances he gets inducted. I think have learned not done. Toddler out But i think now the doors open at least crash Todd had better career numbers. And larry did facing more hits and all that so Impromptu todd is that he spent all his correct corresponding there. Half is crucial. Four walk only played thirty three percent of games of course during his career because he plays games in montreal st louis also so that helped his candidacy. Because that removes a little bit of that stigma. Talk to fight the chorus field stigma and i honestly have no one. Aaron auto continues to play really well and hit the ball like is in st louis. We're gonna have another thirty home. Run season that helps your move some of that stigma tomb and Sir absolutely my best rocky of all time because he did play the entire career with colorado put monumental statistics. I think it should be in all fame. But we'll see what the voters. Yeah i i agree with you. I think he absolutely should be too. And you know you just hope to these voters are paying attention to what like you just mentioned his going on with nolan not outside of coors the hold coors guild narrative is just tired it's just unite debated this all the time about the hangover. And all that kind of stuff. Todd helton was spectacular. Every place love things that don't get noticed about todd. Walker for that matter was ability. Defensively toddler was a sensational defensive. I face the best of all time at at that position effectively and that that matters talking to a pitcher here that that matters run. You know russ prevented run saved matter as much as As things you drive in you know may save. It runs just like drugs in right so All around baseball players about the only thing. I didn't do it as a basis. But he did everything else at all. Yeah of course. I mean my mind goes back to that. Iconic picture of him digging the final loud out of the dirt and just throwing both hands up in the air and it. just i mean he. When i think. Todd helton i think of the colorado rockies right i mean he he is. He is the face of of that franchise or was for a long time and he. You know it's a shame they have mops appealed stuff last couple years. Nothing you know harming anyone else or anything like that but he just had his issues and i wish he was around more. I think we we saw was steve. Atwater for instance that water got back in involved with the broncos and the media. His candidacy took a big jump. Forward people started seeing him started talking all. I remember him remember him. Christopher coy and all that kind of stuff and it made a big difference. I todd helton was more visible whether it be here. or even. If he's back in tennessee and you know broadcasting baseball games for the sec network or something like that his visibility visit profile needs to be looked at a little bit before. Then people start taking more notes will it just seems to me like he's not that type of guy i mean hell i run into him at the head the dollar general and kersey when when i lived out there he just doesn't seem that that doesn't mean a whole lot to him right and it's unfortunate and it shouldn't. I'm not advocating it. You got to do that to to you know to be worthy. The all his numbers speak themselves as christie expert. Self unfortunately we're in a society where everybody's on twitter be make a high profile and you kind of have that and if you don't have that and i will larry walker was that active on twitter. But he's active but yeah the people beating that drum for him and probably to have to have the same thing you have to have people start beating the drum for him because he certainly doesn't wanna do that himself. Yeah there's there's no doubt. Hopefully that does come to pass rockies rockies are dead right i mean there's no reason for them i mean i. I'm still. I'm going to get ten more win win predictions do they want sixty three hundred fifty three. I said before the other go. Seventy three in eighty nine. Sorry three seventy three so they get ten more wins in their last. What a twenty seven games left. I'm looking good. So i'm hoping that gets the good. There's good and bad with it. Obviously and the way they played at home especially this year The the good is that you know they weren't a hundred loss game. They weren't miserable crater with thought they were going to be on the flip side. Now they're gonna say see. We're we're on the right track. Really keep doing what we're doing. And we know that's the definition of sanity because they're on the hamster wheel and What what we what we're gonna to get long-term unfortunately And ted that is unfortunate but the fortunate thing is marked it. We've got college football to talk about now. And we don't have to pay attention to just the lowly rockies. Let's start first with unc cu anything. Surprise you in that one Last friday kind of what we talked about wasn't it didn't get see any of that game. I was in fort collins for that miserable effort but No i think it was about what we talked about brady as talked about. Unc probably got a chance. To score more touchdown. I know the cu followers feel like a big played that same game this weekend. They'll get crushed by texas am so see feels like that. A lot of rupert improvement Texted him so it'd be a monstrous chore in the first place but you know never know play in denver and all that so we'll see But i i think both teams a have better. We should have better performance moving forward. It's kind of it's an opener. I don't know that. Unc can disappointed about it They cover the point spread right so i guess all's well now all is well well that's what you're looking for. But i think that. I see and i'm a believer in moral victories. And i think that that has to be a little. Bit of a moral victory. Fred mccaffrey and his crew because they hung around for quite some time with c. You could be a decent pac twelve school and that means that the at the At the lower level right at the big sky they should be able to handle their own even more well the big week really good weekend weekend. Three of your big teams knocking off the fbi teams Know including our buddy. Dan hawkins winning at uc davis I think they'd be pulsa. So yeah it was. It was a good weekend for the big sky. Conference was good weekend for f. b. s. s. Espn's us. He's got a ways to go. I i don't know that. Fcs football and i wrote about this is a little bit on the blog It doesn't necessarily get the credit. It deserves a lot of times top. Echelon of the fcs can play with with anybody. Who's we saw this weekend. Yeah no it was. It was a crazy weekend for sure to the marketing for before. Vip guests mark talk to us a little bit about four did you were you even able to get it out to the end. No i i got. I had some something important to do at eight o'clock saturday mornings hug. I can say the end. But i obviously followed the whole rest of the game. It was i was there you know through the middle of the third early fourth quarter when the meltdown happened Early on i thought you know. I didn't expect the issue to affect i. I wouldn't be surprised. They got beat and i. It was really really good and their quarterback only dog and i think it was last name. He was sensational. He was putting drop diamonds in there. He was really really good. Cs you got manhattan. Let's alive scrimmage both sides of the ball which i didn't expect to happen but I so i get a lot of credit. South dakota state. They were very very good. That's why they're what rank third. I think that's the us right now. Chance to win the national championship at their level They're that good. Though was disjointed offense. Couldn't run the ball You know then they only turn the ball over couple of times but Won the won was killer not making that fourth down early in the and i agree with the decision to go for it. Like you said you can't make eight inches on the game. And they didn't. And they have given it another touchdown so You know they got beaten off all phases accept. And i gotta say this. If you haven't seen ryan's don't have kick in person. It is breathtaking. That guy is amazing. He he i mean it looks like it's balshaw cannon incredible and then of course Widely is everything as advertised. He's really really good. He might be the best in the country. Yeah well it'd just tell you a little bit about what you need to know about football right now. When you're talking we have to talk about the the hunter for For something positive to say. Yep that's and that's exactly right They're gonna struggle at quarterback all year causing tales. Now very good players and okay player. But he's the only experience guy that got. They lost their back up to an injury. The backup who played before supporters a true freshman that played in two years. They didn't play high school ball senior year. Then have it. So they're they're hurting spot. And i think you. I talked about this last week for them to go. Five hundred anybody in this region to go five hundred. This year is going to be difficult airforce. Maybe but see you see us you in. You're gonna get to that five hundred marks do you did see them bouncing back against this week. Well i didn't until i talked to a friend of mine. Who the gold. Sheet las vegas. Who said daniels worse. Yeah you i call them on sunday and is gonna be famous likes well. Vanderbilt has got man help. East tennessee state Top twenty five. I ask lou right. So i think hopefully vantage and all that people feel like skits. You'll probably come out and win. What's not going to be a very pretty game. I would assume but Dip games and usually make their best approved between week one week. Two issue sports to be playing home again week too. So maybe we'll see some progress. I mean i know they're going to go back to trying to run the football they have to. Because you're gonna you're you're going to be your leading receiver you gotta you gotta run the football for that to be an option It's a shame that they can't get their talented wideouts more involved. No dante right. Cintel miss dante. Right sure touchdown. In the second session of the game sure touchdown pass bombed. Missed him So they've got the weapons to use them but yeah i think they probably will get passed squeaked past andrew built. Yeah looking forward to that when this weekend. Mark knutson former major league pitcher also author of the three strikes law thirteen ten k. k. Dot com mark what What's that all about. This week did. Write about why. I thought i think trevor story. The odds are pretty good at trevor stories iraqi next year i he's not having a good season. There's a lot of good shortstops in the free agent market. And if trevor stories smart he re up to the rockies great year to try to write his own ship and see if you can't create a better situation for himself who report because right now. I don't know there's going to be a really highly coveted bridge. And i have a very bigger and carlos correa. He's in control of the market. And we're the collective bargaining Off season where teams are going to be real careful who they signed july. So i'll one year deal kind of games back on track. I think is logical for trevor story. But we'll stay. Where'd she advocating for them to trade him. Because you'd walk they should. I did think that. But then since then the trade deadline excuse good homerun derby right. He wasn't good season but he's really scuffled since the all star break and he didn't react real to not being traded and i got the impression he didn't wanna bigger and now i think changes things have changed a little bit. Altered just looks to me. When i watch him that he struggled really bad. I don't think he's healthy. Arms not healthy. A lot of people saying that i i. I'm just gonna gut feeling he's gonna stick around for one more than just to see if he can write ship in. Who knows after that. Right mark the I appreciate you coming on. Hopefully see get back winning tracks appreciate your time this morning. I'm gonna to go both games since the texting game afternoon. We'll see doubleheader on saturday so we got that's what it's all about mark prime time take care thanks. That's markets and author the three strikes blog former major league pitcher there as well check out the three strikes bog on thirteen ten k. Dot com ten fifty to the time. Let's go ahead and get a break. We'll come back on the other side and wrap up getting some of the comments here on our poll. Question has well snow codelco presented by the jeanine agencies on north dakota's voice. Well three point one thirteen ten. Kfi join clark. Johnson and bruce dick for clarken their coach weekdays at eleven. Another in colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. No now couple of minutes left. let's Let's go ahead and get to this all right real quick. Let's get headline to come. My new york city police rescue man who fell thirty feet into a storm drain. This is insane. A lot of these have been a lot of this area has been impacted heavily by flooding. But there's a video out there showing the rescue of forty seven year old man who fell into the storm drain in new york city. Nypd and f. d. n. y. First responders saved. The man who's forehead was slashed and leg was injured. He was hospitalized but expected to survive. As we got down there he was unconscious. He was talking to express pain or he was conscious. Sorry he was conscious he was talking to us. He expressed pain aac origin. As soon as we got the equipment needed down there. We package them up. And then the guys up top. All the help was excellent. well done. Investigators found the man's brother at the scene who told authorities. His brother had a history of mental illness had called him. After the fall left him trapped. The victim allegedly was scaling ladder of water shaft near queens highway on sunday morning. Kudos to those new york fire department in new york police Well done to you And glad that story has the ending that it does brian. Gary the good afternoon guy. I got your texts. Go and try and beat this show. This afternoon he ain't gonna get it done. My friend Hey clark in the coach coming up next eleven to twelve the whole show twelve to two very gary is gonna give give you as best. Don't forget the block party tonight as well the nerd show five six brute. Six to seven seven eight knickknacks. He denied fat guides at the movies for ride. Kellyanne tanner schwinn. This has been no co now in northern colorado's voice one zero three point one and thirteen ten. Kfi am we will see you later.

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Vaccine Mandates - September 14th, Hour 2

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What's going on the ballots. Why we can't get election integrity down pat when you think of the level of sophistication that we have. Let's let's start with silicon valley and the brilliant minds that are out there and voter. I d signature verification. Chain of custody controls You know very simple things. Updated voter rolls partisan observers observing the vote. Count start to finish. The voting has been going on for weeks and weeks. We're told we probably won't know. Have a winner called as even tonight or tomorrow or the next day because apparently ballots can be counted for however nineteen days. After some absurd number. There was a report on. Ktla channel five out in california about san fernando valley residents having trouble casting recall ballots. Let's listen to this report issues at the ballot box have left. Some voters confuse even frustrated especially after being told the already cast a vote in the recall race but makes me question the result especially when it relates to me and my wife's vote eamonn offshore and his wife say they went to vote in person at the disabled american veterans seventy-three polling location in woodland hills saturday. But the record showed they had already voted when in fact their mail in ballots were still sealed on. Open ask them. What's the solution he said. Well you can fill out a provisional ballot and vote that way. And i told him not comfortable with that. Rather vote on the machines personally. A similar scene playing out at a different polling site cave her this and she scanned it and said you voted. I said no. I haven't and she said this has been happening all morning right. So they go shocking. This is going to be now. This is what. I've been telling everybody that needs to be fixed immediately. Hannity what do we do. Well the first thing is you've got to make sure that election integrity measures are adopted by your state legislatures. So there's no shenanigans. We have integrity in process and and so on and so forth has got to be a means with all the mail in balloting balloting to validate that the people that are voting and getting the ballots are are also have to provide some type of voter. Id my saying that anything is going to happen or has happened out in california. You know playing what ktla is reporting. I'm not on the ground. I don't know but leo two point. Oh tyrrell's Fox news contributor civil rights attorney And they made a big deal. This is outrageous. We elect i. I was watching biden just mumble. Bumble and bumble in his speech today was so frigging embarrassing but he say if you elect larry elder you're electing donald trump. I'm like no not not at all. I'll tell you sean. And i'm not saying this. Hit a pejorative towards larry. Why love larry larry's a great guy. I'm just saying he's not donald trump. He's he's been more of a libertarian than anything else over decades that i've known him as a friend. You're absolutely right. Larry elder as a libertarian. He's has he is definitely the leader on the republicans. Science vote total it. We kick gavin news out. We'll have a black republican governor larryelder but the democrats have donald trump on the brain shots. They are afraid of him. They fear him and anytime they get a chance to mentioned name they do. And i'll tell you right now. They tried to change the focus of this election claiming that this is a quote republican recall. Noah's not one point seven million voter. Democrats independence republicans. Want gavin out. And i'll be i'll go on. I'll french on it and tell you right now. There isn't election integrity issue one month ago. In a in a torrent parking lot. A seven eleven. A man with a gun drug and three hundred on open recall balanced. Who is this god. Has he been facing charges. Why the have three hundred ballot. You got twenty two million ballots. Be meld out. And i'll tell you right now. I'm questioning the election. Integrity because with twenty two million ballots going out to all so-called registered voters without the voter rolls being hurt. Yes there is some shenanigans. Emma democrats loved the male imbalance because to me is corrupt and there was no election integrity. So expect the word. And you know what i will question the election result because of the shenanigans being played before indefinitely after you know look i have felt that for the most important questions be obviously begins with question one d one recall gavin newsom. Here's why i see it as a very difficult race for any republican to win to reach that threshold where you keep gavin below. Fifty percent of the vote if he gets less than fifty percent of the vote. Today he's out. He will be recalled governor those e deserve it absolutely for all the hypocrisy and and high taxes and you know disastrous lack of science and forest management The brown announce his his cova. Double standards has covert hypocrisy Paying people you know giving people checks before the recall and after the recall. I'm like okay where i grew up. That's like a pay to play for crying out loud but with all that when you look demographically. The state has shifted solid solid blue. And you've had a mass exodus for the first time in one hundred and seventy one years more people left california than when into california. If you take a u-haul out of california and you go to texas you pay in about twenty five hundred bucks if you take that same u-haul from texas back to california the exact same distance other the direction you paying like three or four hundred bucks and you do hall of favor because they need the u hauls in california but people aren't leaving texas Yeah sean out. Tell you right now. Every new laid out about new is absolutely correct. He's a horrible governor. he's done nothing right. If you ask anyone who is supporting newsom. What does he accomplished. they can name anything. The state is horribly run poorly run but it's controlled by the democrat. I'll tell you right. Now sean Yes the poll savored newsom tonight. But i'm praying. I got my fingers crossed. There is going to be a massive massive same-day voting and those people are gonna go to the vote and vote in person. I guarantee you those are yes on the recall and man is what you're hoping for because even the thing on the ballot you need a democrat support and where newsom pick winners and losers during the kovocs savory his friends and disadvantaged small mom and pop stores those people are angry and i think there's a disconnect between the democrat easily and the rank and file democrats who have to earn a living to get a job. I know california knows a lot about earthquakes which you gotta take seriously out there but this would be a political earthquake. You know a nine five minimum on the richter scale. Here's biden out there with new. Some you know mumbling and bumbling and fumbling and coughing his way through a so-called speech. Trying to attempt to call larry elder trump clone. I'm not sure you didn't know what you shirt because the decision you're about to make. Is this going to just going to have a huge impact on california maine while meanwhile we see something else. In parts of america's hears about public health children are required to be vaccinated but now in the midst of this pandemic look folks. We need politics this battle against covert. I apologize gavin governor. Who will help us finish the job. I'm going to make this simple as i can. You either keep gavin. Newsom as your governor or i get donald trump who has the courage gavin. You have governor shares the state's value that make up the right to send me better healthy. I was just gonna think based on that take. Joe by is not healthy and one of the point. They must be worried. Why would joe biden fly on election e to give that speech. Something's wrong. those internal poke must be telling him something. But joe by is not healthy based on that tape. He's not quick break. We'll go back out to california more with leo. Terrell it is gavin newsom recall day. And we'll get the very latest from there. Also your calls are coming up. We have an update on cova within the mandated policies of joe biden and much more as we continue. Leo terell is out there. It's california you've recall. Newsom day out. There always hope for the best book. I anyone can have a rough day. I've when i've been on the road. And i've given lots of speeches and you know do book signings all this. I mean i. I'd be out in in twelve cities in a week. Sometimes it's crazy but that's not the situation with joe. Joe barely does anything i mean. He's on average less than one item a day on a schedule for crying out loud and it's rough. It's rough every day. Even when he meets the press talk to the press in the nation for fifteen minutes he has a rough. He never had a good day. Job is ever had a good day. It's all we named one. Here's the thing named one thing is that borders is a covert is it. His energy policy is it Let's see afghanistan and the disaster. That is there is it. His tax policies is that the inflation is. The economy is a foreign policy in general name. One thing leo. Two point zero zero one thing that he's done that you could say he's been successful at fabled boat as gavin newsom absolutely nothing they came in with a mission to undo all the good things a president trump and they have created disaster. Joe by this done nothing for this country. In fact he has hurt this country. Simple as that. Just like gavin at her california there. Two ps potshot. There are two piece of it. The problem is people that would be inclined to vote. Gavin out is there's tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands. Now of those people have gotten the hell out of there. And i look as somebody that lived in california for five years. I mean you're not leaving because the weather's bad you're not leaving because of the landscape you if you're leaving it's because the business atmosphere has gotten so bad. I mean look at what you don't get arrested if you steal less than a thousand dollars worth of goods from a store and ben people do then. You got the home of situation. Then you've got all his kids get to go to school in person while the rest of california. Their kids do not. He goes out to fancy restaurants. The rest of california cannot businesses are going belly up. You know you look at the same with summer. Camp reporter gavin newsom. His winery stays open. It says he's such a hypocrite of a an incredible magnitude that he says i was wrong. I i should have thought more deeply about that. Okay by the six defense. That doesn't fly anymore. He he is protected by yes people. He's nancy pelosi golden boy and he has destroyed. This state. and i'm telling you right now. This is a wakeup call sean. I have given up hope in california. Because rick would know our friend. He got organization called california. And i'm telling you right. Now we're gonna take california back step by step guys like rick grenell trump supporter. This guy has a message and we're trying to get this date back in order. It's gonna take time that nine point five. Maybe you're a better person that i've given up on new york. I don't think new york is fixable. Because i don't think there's enough conservatives in new york that that are smart enough to vote out this this corruption that's new york and it's i just don't see it maybe it can happen. Maybe if it gets that bad something will happen. But but it's it's it's such a lift. Why bother you might have whole growing paid no state income tax and had to the carolinas florida texas. Wherever anywhere. but here. I've given up on the new york's in california because americans don't run in high california's sal. I'm gonna run on. Listen i'm guilty. I'm getting the hell out of here. I'm going to run into hiding money with me leave. You're not going anywhere. You're gonna stick it out and i am not going to stick it out. It's sixty two cents of every dollar. I make goes to government sixty. Who sense what that type of message resonates with people in new york. The all they're looking forward looking for a leader they're looking for someone who who can relate to that. Okay you want me to run for governor new york. Wish me luck you've got governor or senator you've got andrew giuliani got lee zeldin. Let's say they do both great guys You got rob arena to what they gotta relate to the people that's what that's the magic trump trump resonate people have a bond beef politicians. Gotta throw the old playbook out. They have to relate to the average citizen. That is the charisma. The magic of donald trump he resonates with people. That's rare rare formula. Listen i'm we're gonna follow it. I i'm trying to leave open. The hope that you're you're you're giving me here. I want the people of california to fix their state. They have an opportunity today to do it. leo terell. Got to roll. Thank you my friend. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Us her number quick break right back. Hey all our friends out there. If you've not joined the mass of people making the switch to pure talk. It's the simplest best decision you'll make today. You don't need to be chain to these over unlimited plans from reisen. At and t. t. mobile. Why because pure talk. 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Irs scandal in the nsa atrocities convince you you need a watchdog on washington with insider sources. You need hannity every day. Twenty five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean. You want to be a part of the program back to the foul cheap mandates and you know anthony fao. She now saying you're going to need to be vaccinated to use a commercial airplane. Let us remind everyone. That joe biden. Nancy pelosi let's say jan sake for shell wolinsky the great dr fao ci also would never come to that. Listen no. I don't think we should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand mandatory. Perhaps the federal government should step in and issue mandates and not even putting the needs of unvaccinated people ahead of the needs. I think the question here one. That's not the role of the federal government that is the role that institutions private sector entities. others may take. We cannot require someone to vaccinate what we can do. I am all for a more vaccination but You know i. I have nothing to say on that. Except that we're looking into those policies and quite honestly as people are doing that locally. Those are those are individual local decisions as well. I don't think you'll ever see it. Mandating vaccine particularly for the general public. Okay so they're they're all saying novak's dome vaccine mandate no vaccine mandates well that's now changed and they've flipped that they flopped in the flailed. Now i still stay with my argument. Take it seriously talk. Do your own research take into account your unique medical history. Your current condition. Talk to your doctor you doctors and then you gotta make the decision. That's right for you but apparently if you make the wrong decision you're going to be shut out. A restaurants shutout of sporting events concerts. Shut out of even. Maybe your job. That's shut out of airplanes now. Anyway let's listen to the great. Dr ci saying the vaccine mandate travel is being considered. It seems to me crazy that a year and a half into this. You can still. I can still a plane to boston or california or nobody's going to check me. Do you think that needs to change. Well that's under consideration. Certainly i think that if in fact it is seriously considered. It's on the table on the table. That means it's gonna probably happen. That's my interpretation And then you see this now. Emerging organically football stadiums all over the country both pro and college games These chance of f. Joe biden anyway joining us to weigh in on Where this is headed is Dr joel zimba medical doctor and senior fellow with the competitive enterprise institute discussing the medical legal policy implications of these mandates Doctor thank you for being with us. You've been a medical doctor. For how long. Longer than i care to admit on live in nineteen eighty one so i i like to have people on this program and and some doctors have agreed with and some i haven't because i want people to get as much information as possible and then of course discuss everything with their own doctor. I've been criticized doctor for not you know practicing medicine without a license. I i'll i'll humbly admit that i don't feel qualified to tell people what to do and i don't find very scientific. That one size fits all medicine as i discussed am i am i wrong. Should i be telling people what to do now. You shouldn't be telling people what to do anymore than unfortunately the administration feels. It has to tell people what to do. And and you're in good company you know the the administration The president had been criticizing governors disentis and abbott While they have been encouraging people to get vaccinated. So i don't think you. If i showed up in your office and i i was a new patient and i wanted to get your insight and your advice on whether to get the vaccine. I i assume you would probably ask me a lot of questions about my medical history right correct. Absolutely my current jeans for most people are really the right answer. The vaccines are the most effective Way of preventing covert. And should you. Unfortunately you get an infection anyway. They reduce the severity of the dizzy. So for most people. That's the right answer. The real question is who should be telling people that should it be their physicians Should it be their state and local governments who have traditionally had the role of providing for public health Or should it be the federal government which is never really had that role. And that's why. I you know the biden administrations doing now. They're they're getting act intruding into various areas like the eviction moratorium and now the This potential emergency order that they're going to have for business requiring businesses to vaccinate people where they have very limited if any legal authority to do so and are there people that have rare conditions that would prevent them from being a candidate to get the to get the vaccination sir there. Aren't i mean you know as you say they're rare but there certainly are people who fall into that category. So i wanna ask you this. Kamala harris put out a tweet and it got a lot of play on the social media. on social media forms by vaccinating the unvaccinated increasing our testing and masking an protecting the vaccinated. We can end this epidemic. My question when i read that was is in it. What the vaccine they told us would do. Which would be to protect. It would protect the vaccinated. Wasn't that the whole point of it. Yes sure yeah. I mean i didn't she talking about vaccari. Vaccinating vaccinated or vaccinating we unvaccinated saying by vaccinating unvaccinated with vice president. Harry we could protect by vaccinating the unvaccinated we can protect the vaccinated. And i'm like wasn't the point of the vaccine to protect you in and out. Yeah well there. Is this flood in some of the advice. Coming out of the administration and out of some of the agencies involved there That is really kind of over zealous. They're they're basing a lot of policies on the idea that even the vaccinated can become in fact that and spread disease to other individuals probably mostly unvaccinated people. But the reality is the vaccines are still very good in terms of protecting you against infection. And they're even better at protecting you against severe disease so when delta very for example large percentage of the population has both an immunity either vaccine immunity or natural immunity so your chances of encountering someone who is infected and shedding the virus as much lower than it used to be and then if you are vaccinated. It's highly protective. So they're letting sorta very slim threat drive all sorts of You know overzealous policies. Let me ask you this question. Because when the delta varying got on the scene and it spread throughout the country as it has We had the the first order call breakthrough cases and people that are fully vaccinated contracting covert One of my best friends who happened to and fully vaccinated by the way it was in he went and he got an infusion of regeneration within twenty four hours and had the best ten days of his life because he sent his family down in florida and he went fishing every day. Sent me pictures of all the striped bass he caught anyway so you got the delta variant that we hear about the peruvian lambda variant now the mu variant and i assume there's going to be variants buying all these variants. Is there ever a point that you worry that the vaccine is is not on the with not only gonna have just breakthrough cases. Because you're absolutely right if you've been vaccinated data showing as least my interpretation of it that your risk of hospitalization and death is greatly reduced so my question is do we get to the point. That may be the vaccine is ineffective or is that something that you don't believe would happen. Not no one can tell you one hundred percent that that's not gonna to happen as long as the viruses circulating will mutate and. There's always the possibility that it can mutate In the form that makes it the vaccines much less effective. But that has not happened yet. and you know these new variants such you just mentioned the lambda and mu are very very small percentage of cases in the us And it looks like delta has out competed and you know we're in a in in some ways at a very good spot because nationwide the number of delta cases hospitalizations and deaths have peaked in the starting to decline. There was still some hot spots places where it's continued you know we still on the upward Slope or were just about to peak but in the nation as a including places like florida. Where the where the administration has his day after day knocked their efforts there. They're on the downslope. So the good news. Is that the probably. The most contagious of the variance. To date is now on the downslope. So you now had surprising. Blue have immunity so rightly place. Barring some unexpected variant. That's highly variable and we are in a very good places in a quick break. We'll come back and we'll continue more with dr joel's enberg eight hundred nine four one. Sean is our number. You wanna be a part of the program We're going to look into the lawsuits that are now being filed at the top of the next hour. And your calls eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Last month right as we continue darker joel zim berg at shocking to me. That and i'm not a doc cried. Recommend everybody talked to their own doctor. But you know only for the first time last week to joe biden ever he'd never mentioned before monoclonal. Antibodies like regeneration and that shocked me. And then i have this article from the epoch. Times from an they quote. Dr robert malone who invented the m. are in a vaccine technology. That's the pfizer. Madonna shots and he says that the first of all the headline is natural immunity longer-lasting protection from covert nineteen and vaccines and he says. The immunity conferred by recovering from cove. It is better than the protection afforded by the vaccines. And this is the prominent vaccine inventor and citing impart a recent study from israel where pfizer's cove nineteen shot that if you had natural immunity he You're more thirteen times more likely to contract delta with the pfizer vaccination than if you had natural immunity and it's been shown he says in that paper and others that the immune response in terms of tea and b. cell memory populations is more diverse and more long lasting than the immune response elicited by spike based vaccines alone. And this is the inventor of this class. Vaccine's what are your thoughts on that. Well look we knew even before the vaccines were available that the natural immunity was at least lasting for six months and was seemed to be good in four different types of immunity. And then you have situations like the israeli study referring to where and that was done during the delta surge in israel where they showed that when you look at people who were either infected or vaccinated at roughly the same time that the vaccine the vaccine were inferior to natural immunity and they also had people because of course the covert infection been around much longer than the vaccine. They had people who'd been infected from a much longer term up to about ten eleven prior and they still had better protection than people who had vaccine immunity and that sort of goes along with the study. Out of the cleveland clinic done primarily in the pre delta period. I had a final question. Only constraints of time Dr something i have to deal with it and you don't as a medical doctor. You take all the time you need. I don't have unlimited period of time. Would you recommend then. Based on that. Cleveland study and based on those stockton malone what about people and i only have about fifteen seconds to dancer. What about people that have contracted covert. You recommend they get the vaccine like you. I would say speak to your doctor. It's clear that you can boost the immunity at least for a brief period by getting an additional shop but there are people who probably makes a lot of sense for people who have immuno surprising conditions. People like al cancer hiv. It's less clear that it makes sense of the general population Which is by the way why. You're seeing a lot of people from the cdc and the fda who objected to the plan that the president announced about a month ago to make boosters available for all adult It's you know it's not so clear it works. And the data is not there are not there yet but the It may make some sense for certain people and they should be speaking to their doctor about getting it right doctor. We appreciate you being with us again. I urge people take this thing seriously. I've seen the worst of it. Talk to your doctor based on your unique medical history and current condition. Doctor thank you for your input in your point of view. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Our number you wanna be a part of the program. Pick break right back. Some kids are born book worms while others need a boost. Get your kids reading and loving it with epoch. The leading digital library for kids with epoch kids can access over forty thousand popular and bestselling books plus fun videos audiobooks anytime anywhere from deep sea adventures to magical unicorns to outer space journeys. Whatever they love epic has it. All plus epoch grows with your child they'll get personalized recommendations that evolved with their interests and skills over time visit debt. Epic dot com slash. Iheart today for one. Free month of epic unlimited. That's get epic dot com slash iheart.

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Day 237: Biden rallies as Newsom fights for his political life

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

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Day 237: Biden rallies as Newsom fights for his political life

"This is jalen yang national editor at the new york times. More than seventeen hundred journalists work the times. They come from all over from iraq to iowa. They speak arabic spanish korean. But there's one thing they all have in common. They have dedicated their lives to helping us understand the world everything. The new york times publishes starts and ends but their commitments times subscribers keeper journalists focused on their stories. If you're not a subscriber yet you can become one at ny times dot com slash subscribe. Good evening once again day. Two hundred thirty seven of the biden administration and as we come on the air tonight. We're hours away from a big test for democrats in the nation's most populous state and for the party itself writ large on this eve of california's election to recall democratic governor gavin. Newsom president biden. Just joined him at a campaign rally and long beach. Newsom needs a simple majority to hang onto his job and his near-term political future tonight. They offered this message to voters. Basil justice is on the ballot tomorrow night. Economic justice is on the ballot. Tomorrow night. the is californian decision. You're about to make. Is this going to happen. That's going to have a huge impact on california is going to reverberate around the nation and quite frankly not a joke around the world republican front runner and conservative talk show host. Larry elder already seems to be using the trump twenty twenty campaign playbook trying to cast doubt on the integrity of the election. Even before it's decided elders campaign is promoting a website. That's already making the false claim that quote statistical analyses used to detect fraud and elections held in third world nations such as russia venezuela and iran have detected fraud in california resulting in governor gavin. Newsom being reinstated as governor again. The recall voting isn't even over yet. We don't know the result earlier today. Our own jacobs sober off asked elder of he'd commit to accepting the results whether or not you win or lose. Will you accept the results of the election tomorrow. I think we all ought to be looking at election integrity. No matter whether you're democrat independent or republican let's all make sure that the election is a fair 'til this all work together no matter what the results are to make sure that the results are valid and legitimate and everybody who voted should voted and as for the former twice impeach president himself he stayed true to form issuing a statement today complete with misinformation and falsehoods wished which asked the question quote. Does anybody really believed the california recall. Election isn't rigged similar false claims about twenty twenty presidential election. Fueled the insurrection and desecration of our capital back on january six another rally scheduled for this coming saturday to support those being prosecuted for their role in that riot has washington on high alert overnight. Capital police arrested a california man near the democratic party headquarters not far from the capitol building who they say had a machete a bayonet and multiple knives in his truck has vehicle stood out to police when they saw swastika and other white supremacists symbols painted on it and that he the suspect told them what he was quote on patrol this morning the capitol police chief confirmed the seven foot tall fence. That was installed too late to stop january. Sixth will be reinstalled this week ahead of saturday's rally and he briefed four congressional leaders on other security preparations just the intelligence information that we're aware of and a little bit about our operational plan what we plan to do. The fence will go up a day or two before and and if everything goes well it'll go down come down very soon after. Meanwhile the latest numbers on the pandemic reveal it's continuing spread across our country. There are now over forty one million cases in our country. The number of americans lost to this virus is now north of six hundred. Sixty five thousand souls a new. Cnn poll found a slim majority supporting measures to require vaccinations for daily activities. Fifty one percent of those surveyed say a mandate is an acceptable way to increase the vaccination rate while forty nine percent call it unacceptable infringement on personal rights even so republican governors are intensifying efforts to resist and in some cases even penalize enforcement of the president's latest vaccine requirements if a government agency in the state of florida forces a vaccine as a condition to employment that violates florida law. And you will. You will face a five thousand dollar fine. For every single violation who has degrees from harvard and yale the administration also facing more questions about its military exit and evacuation from afghanistan for hours today secretary of state lincoln defended the withdrawal during the first congressional hearings since us forces pulled out lawmakers from both parties have been critical of how the withdrawal was carried out during today's house foreign affairs hearing republicans. Were particularly combative. This was an unmitigated disaster of epic proportions. I never thought in my lifetime that i would see an unconditional surrender to the taliban. We were lied upon the taleban to our security. In essence we ended up getting thirteen of our military personnel and over one hundred fifty afghan civilians Killed by relying on taleban on. They didn't provide very good security. We never should have relied upon them. Let let me move on. We've not really. We're not relying upon the taliban as you know what happened was the afghan security forces. The government collapsed in the space of eleven days. Do you take any responsibility secretary of lincoln for this disastrous withdrawal. I'm responsible for the decisions. That i we made the right decision in ending america's longest war and it went on about like that they were also called for lincoln's resignation. Today he can expect a similar grilling tomorrow when he testifies before the senate foreign relations committee with that. Let's bring in our starting line on this back to work. Monday night ashley parker pulitzer prize winning white house. Bureau chief for the washington post. Lisa lehrer national political correspondent for the new york times and frankfurt former fbi assistant director for counterintelligence he is author of the fbi way he is host of the podcast. The bureau good evening and welcome to you all lease. I'd like to begin with you with this quote from the l. a. times today quote the by administration has a vested interest in the california recalls outcome. Newsom victory could lift democrats after a politically challenging several weeks for the president lisa for those. Who don't triangulate quite the way we all do. How does this fit into the larger goals for the party and the white house. Well of course you don't want to over interpret the results of the recall election. That's highly syncretic. And you know where nuisance facing forty six contenders vying to replace him. This is a pretty quirky process. They have in in california. But i a lot of political strategists. Pundits will be watching the outcome of this race to get a sense of what our politics are in this biden era Particularly for democrats. Democrats had this amazing motivator in On on the ticket for the past four years that was former president trump and he really just motivated their voters to come out in record numbers of records a donations. And there's a real question now for democrats without a trump on the ticket with president biden's approval rating sinking in the past couple of weeks. Will they be able to get the same kind of turn out even in places like california which are obviously quite a deep blue. So i think the democrats feel confident about this they. They expect a nuisance to pull this out but the margin of his victory here if he doesn't fact win. We'll really matter ashley. Parker i have a quote for you to this. Is ej dion in your paper. The washington post and he writes at this way. The next month is make or break not only for president biden and the future of american social policy but also for the right to vote and our democracy itself the horror of what so many republican dominated state governments have done most recently in texas to restrict access to the ballot and undercut the honest nonpartisan. Counting of balance ballots represents presents rather democrats with only two options. Act uncompromisingly at the national level to ensure democracy everywhere or accept that many states in our union will in important ways cease to be democratic. Actually is there. Evidence that this this movement the former president gave rise to questioning the legitimacy of all elections where they may not may not like the result. Is that just going to become part of the permanent standing republican brand henceforth well. It's certainly not going away anytime soon. In this sort of the lingering hangover or long shadow of former president trump did not just democrat. But the system writ large is really having to grapple with which is the president trump while he was president and in-office in even now out of office threatening a run twenty twenty four his really hosed Too small d democracy in. It is a question of how the of state's handle the fact that they are getting death threats. How do candidate and local election officials handle the fact that now if somebody loses election they will simply lame or they can simply claim that it is fraud that it was faith in that there are large swath of the country who will accept that as fact and in putting forward how do they grapple with the fact that something like january sick this is not a sort of a distant horror never again moment but it something that washington is ready itself or another potential rally. Rally basically in support of the insurrectionist this coming weekend frankfurt lucy we use this shorthand toss off. Raise the big lie when it actually means so much more it goes right to the integrity of our elections and it led on one six to an attack on the result of our elections in addition to our lawmakers and the center of our government Talk about the broader threat. That this phrase this notion represents you know. It's worth noting. Brian that there's a common thread through at least three of the topics that you cited in your introduction and that thread is disinformation is a lie. If you look at the topic of the california recall election tomorrow it seems that people have already seated this idea that this is rigged. There's no verifiable fact behind that if you look at the rally planned for dc on saturday why are people showing up at this rally. They've bought into a big lie. That trump had the election stolen from him that he's still a legitimate president if you look even at the pandemic topic and people's refusal to take vaccines what's that based on. It's based on their false notion that somehow an fda approved vexing is unsafe for them. The role of disinformation has become extremely dangerous for us in terms of democracy and even to the point where someone's willing to die because they won't take a vaccine that protects them against the deadly virus. So this saturday all be looking not only at the physical security. We know now that the fence sadly has to go back up around the capital. But i'll be looking at those. Who incite violence. I'm all about free speech and freedom of assembly that's why we have permits for rallies where people can spout all kinds of ideas. That's great that's america. But i'll be looking for people even elected officials getting up at the podium and inciting people to violence by repeating lie after lie after lie. That's not freedom that's something other than freedom that's a crime and that's what we have to be looking for. I'll return In our next round of questions to you. Frank about this saturday lisa. You heard frank just raise the notion of vaccines The by administration has just gone a level deeper in their push for vaccines angering republicans. All across the country are there real cost lisa to biden for the part of his job. That is advocating public health. Well i think you know we that remains to be seen politically. It certainly doesn't feel that way now. And the white house for a longtime. He resisted imposing these kinds of rules. Doing anything that could be construed as a mandate even uttering the word mandate the estate. Were worried that those kinds of those kinds of mandates would convince republicans and others who are vaccine. hasn't it would make them more reluctant to get the vaccines. They worried that it would not accomplish their public. Health goal of getting as many people vaccinated as possible. I think the reason they turned around on that is they realized that the public was on their side. When you look at polling numbers majority of people support stricter rules around masking round vaccines. They wanna see a proof of vaccination to go on an airplane to ride public transit to eat in a restaurant so the public is overwhelmingly behind the president in his approach. I think the republican party in the base. The republican party is not so. That's why you see this. Divide between these republican governors. Who are playing to their base between the approach that the president has taken. We'll have to see whether ends up. Being successful from a public health standpoint but politically also helps them. It puts them in line with the majority of the american public and also helps them really changed. Turn this change the subject from a damaging couple of weeks ashley. Does it feel like an attempt at a reset this week in the white house. It sure does if you just look at his public schedule. He is out west now. He has a couple of stops in these back in. Dc throughout all. There's a couple of lines in one is talking about climate change In another is talking about his infrastructure plan build back better in this broader reconciliation bill in impart by no fault of his own in part by some of his own actions is had to deal with the number of these outside of his control. The delta variant when it comes to verona virus The ghanistan withdrawal A slew of natural disasters. I think in the past ten days. He's you know he visited new orleans visited new york in new jersey. He's now tori wildfire damage out in california so on the one hand they were distracted on the other hand particularly on issue. Like i meant change. These natural disasters were also something of an opportunity. They give him a chance to showcase what he has said. he does. Best which is sort of compassion incompetence to talk about a pricey not of his own may be in the into use them to to not just sort of talk about climate change in the abstract but to tie it to something that is making. Its way very slowly. Very healthy lay Repugnance right now which is of the utmost importance to him and democrats in this huge reconciliation package and frank as promised Back to this upcoming saturday rally. I know you stay in close touch with your former colleagues in the intel and counter intel business. Are you convinced that from the federal level on down. they've got this thing handled. I'm encouraged by what i'm hearing and seeing and i and i like the fact that there have been lessons learned from january six and and there should be. I'm not yet convinced that all of the laws and techniques are in place but the right things are happening. Here's what i'm hearing. There's conflicting intelligence here. There's there's proud boys and other groups who are chatting on private forums about coming to dc. They seem energized by the vaccine requirements. That biden has now laid down that even though they were planning not to come because of security concerns. Now they're saying they're gonna come that there's an equal or greater amount saying let's not go. We're going to get arrested. There's too much security. Let's go local and let's plan even for another date. So september twenty fifth now is a date where many rallies in florida texas are now being at washington state so there's alternate locations alternate dates. This causes me to wonder about the ability of local county and state authorities to handle the stress of what they're going to face in the coming weeks locally. That's something to keep an eye on. I do think there's going to be strong security in dc. It'll be a test of the security posture. It'll also be litmus test to see if the six hundred some odd arrests so far regarded january six had an impact on people. Saying i'm not going. I don't want handcuffs viewers. Please know what tonight's conversation means as a marker of where we are in late summer early fall of twenty twenty one much obliged to are starting line tonight to ashley. Parker lisa lacerra frank fake lucy. Our thanks for starting us off coming up. What do california's recall battle next. Weekend's capitol hill protest in this new texas abortion law all have in common. Well it depends on who you ask and we will ask our political experts and later. It's getting hard to tell what's worse the fight against the virus that is exhausting our hospitals or the anti mask and anti vaxxers targeting those same hospitals. We'll get the latest from one of our top doctors. All of it as the eleventh hour is just getting underway on this back to work monday night we may have defeated donald trump but we have not defeated trumpism. Trumpism is still on the ballot in california. And that's why it's so important not just for all of us here. Forty million american strong in the nation's largest and most populous state but also to send a statement all across the united states of america. That trumpism has no place here and trumpism will be defeated all across the united states of america. Because we're better than that. Whatever the outcome of this california recall election reaction from the republican party will be all too predictable. Nbc news reporting at this way and we quote republicans already laying the groundwork to argue. The election was stolen even before a single ballot is reported or victor declared an increasingly common tactic in conservative circles. Back with us again tonight. Victoria de frencesco. Soto professor and assistant dean at the lbj. School of public affairs. University of texas. Austin and matthew. Dowd former george w bush strategist and founder of country. Over party to our to texas friends A big welcome back to the broadcast tonight. Professor i'd like to begin with you. there was a recall in california where californians woke up to gray davis getting the boot and a new governor named arnold schwarzenegger. Do you hazard a prediction for tomorrow. i don't like to to heather in predictions but i do think that we're dealing with two totally different scenarios here with arnold schwarzenegger we didn't have the ecosystem of trumpism in the clip. That you just play brian. We heard the gavin newsom has squarely made this a part of trumpism. So i think the trumpism squarely on the ballot that being said recalls happened as a result of political missteps davis had political missteps. Which then. Open the way for arnold schwarzenegger a very charismatic hollywood known personality to enter here. We saw political missteps again. Prong gavin newsom gavin news. Just fit that stereotype that is given for democrats a limousine liberal where there was already murmurs of there being recall among republicans among that trump base when we see that that dinner at the french laundry. When we find out that it's actually in in in school it just gave fodder for that but now that wit into very much a referendum on trump is in california matthew despite the evidence that In georgia it may have suppressed republican voter turnout and resulted in the election of two democrats to the. Us senate do you really believe. Republicans are going to make this The election is rigged Well in advance part of their brand. Will i think the answer to that is. It's become part of their dna in. It's not really any more about donald trump. It's become an inherent part of the republican playbook or message thing or whatever to undermine our democracy actually was when you basically questioned the credibility of an election and cause a substantial minority of our population to not believe election results. It it phrase our democracy in a breaks the bones of it. And i think this is work with. This is here to stay as you piece like a lead into this. They're not only not only not waiting until the election results. Like getting in an age g. wells time machine and discovering like illinois's and morlocks before they even happen That they're even advancing this cause and so i think this in california it's happening in texas in a different way through the voting rights and everything else they've done. I think fundamentally what this shows is. The republicans are only really concerned about five percent of the population of the united states. About five percent. Five percent of the population of california is about two million people and in less than two million people put their names on the bow to get the recall in place about five percent of the population in texas votes in republican primaries. And that's all who greg abbott and greg abbott. Dan patrick lieutenant governor concerned about so were reached the point of they no longer want the majority they no longer believed the majority and their entire concern is with about five percent of the population of the country. Who's the lying with this anti-democratic agenda take sixty more seconds and answer for me. The question people are probably asking as they listen to you. How is that sustainable. How does that govern or improve our nation. A whit will. It's not sustainable. Brian in the long term because the entire population of the country is changing in the republicans realize that they understand the countries becoming multicultural multi-diverse. That's what i think. They're most afraid of because they know. They're out of alignment with that but our system as it exists today which needs great reforms is no longer a system that allows the majority to rule. We see it in congress. We say it in state after state after state. It's become the tyranny of the minority. It is awful absolutely awful. In the short term for governance and solving any of the big issues we have today and bring us together in any kind of unified way behind some ideals in the long term. it's very problematic. And i think the republicans will ultimately pay the price in the long term but in the short term were in desperate shape as a functioning democracy in this country in the world to our viewers. Both of these proud texans have agreed to stay with us over the break when we come back and resume our conversation you know they say everything's bigger in texas and when it comes to efforts to restrict voting and choice they would be right this deal and yang. 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If you're not a subscriber yet you become one at ny times dot com slash subscribe while republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand thirteen. This is also a scenario where we don't have the cream courts saying partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional. They found that constitutional in twenty nineteen in that overlaps with racial and ethnic artisan groups. And then lastly one thing that concerns me in addition to all of these other actors is that we know that our communities of color are concentrated. A just a couple of pockets in the state which leads to the tried and true mechanism of hacking folks into district to suppress their voice. So you start adding all of these pieces together. The lack of vr for the two thousand nineteen supreme court case the packing the geography of it in this leads to a very scary scenario where the changes we saw are going to be entrenched or another ten years so matthew over to voting rights. I don't know much. But up. Senator schumer going very us senate and using the word 'unacceptable that talk about the situation in texas probably doesn't match the vehemence and and and energy on the other side in what is a political knife fight What confidence have you of voting rights relief at the federal level well grown increasingly frustrated that the democrats are not using every tool at their disposal including abandoning of the filibuster which is worn out a relic of that that protected the minority the minority of politically of the country and now it's preventing majority things from happening around the country. I don't i mean i at some point. Republicans have abandoned any rules in any shame. Anything to do what they wanna do. I think the democrats have to stay at the cologne stay legal but they need to explore the tool kit a little bit more than they've already done. I mean this is a situation texas. The democrats here did their best. They could by preventing nece for as long as they could been in breaking the quorum and doing all the things went up to washington and doing all of that and texas is in wildfire over this voting rights. And all the texans were doing going up to washington was saying. We don't need you to solve all the problems. Just give us a bucket of water. Just give us a bucket of water. Just give us a bucket of water if you give us. The bucket of water will fight it out here. And i'm i mean i hope because a majority of the country wants this. I hope it happens in this case. I hope if anybody's concerned about any issue that matters guns healthcare infrastructure and all that all of those don't matter if voting rights were taken away and that's what this is fundamentally about. I hope the senate hope chuck schumer can get this through but at this point were in september. We've now spent almost nine months after january. Six to get here and still nothing's been done on voting rights. I'm still hopeful. But i'm incredibly frustrated by the pace upon which this has been done. There are great people in the always hopeful state of texas are thanks to two of them for being our guest tonight. Professor victoria de frencesco. Soto and matthew dowd friends of the broadcast both greatly. Appreciate it guys. Thanks coming up for one of our top doctors on the ever-deepening divisions in this country from mask wearing to getting a booster shot or getting the shot at all a prominent on anti mask. Anti vaccine advocate is now dead from complications from covert veronica. Wolski gained notoriety for documenting her own protests including the one where she harass staples employees over their stores mask policy. Well her death has prompted outrage from the far right which claims the hospital refused to treat her with the livestock de worming medication ivermectin. It's yet another disturbing example of what the already strained. Healthcare workforce is up against during this already deadly pandemic back with us again tonight. Dr kavita patel. Clinical physician former senior policy a during the obama administration. Also one of our public health experts on a nonresident fellow at brookings. All right doctor. What is the truth about. i've Including but not limited to the use in humans. It's been approved for yes so brian. I rejected a bit a medication that we have used in humans to treat parasites. It's also been used as you know in animals. That's unfortunately where many current people have tried to get their ivermectin. so i have prescribed. Ivermectin limited cases people who've had parasites from travel abroad other presenting symptoms and the evidence. There have been several trials very large trials. In fact brian looking at the potential for ivermectin use of treatment in cova large one conducted in india as well as several in the united states. All of them have found a resoundingly that there is no benefit from the use of ivermectin. Yet you still see from several prominent physicians with put up berry at large kind of websites facebook ads and have done a great job spreading misinformation that as one of recommended protocol to be covert. None of the doctors that you've ever talked to or anyone i've ever worked with would prescribe it. Brian the truth is we know people are and we know patients. They're getting it from veterinary supply source because they've run out of ivermectin which is incredibly dangerous to take in that form and can actually result in texas city in death in some cases. Thank you for clearing that up. I i also wanna read back to you. Something you wrote for our website and it is this this about vaccines. Mandates can have negative and unintended consequences if they are not a company with strong and clear communication around science and public health. The president finally articulated thursday. What's so much of the country has failed. Enough is enough. His challenge now is to implement his old policy initiatives through the inevitable. Avalanche of noise and distractions so doc. The problem is the noise is formidable. I mean the florida governor again. He of the degrees from harvard and yale allowed straight up quack medicine to be dispensed from his podium today. Never said a word about it. Never corrected the record. That some official sounding noise. Yeah it is. And i think that unfortunately brian you know. Look if you live in a state of florida even if you're not aligned with the political party one rational humid would think that your governor is acting in your best interest despite political thighs etc left and writes. Here's a situation where you have not just one governor who has some sort of presidential aspirations but you have many other governors falling in line and then unfortunately local officials who are really short on time and trying to just put forward what they hear some of their leadership thing and i think that clearly something that biden administration has had to confront every situation. They knew this would happen with mandates by the way brian. You know that they didn't go through this lightly. But i do think that the misinformation campaign and anything that gets put out by political leaders dwarfs some of the abilities. I think the american people have just gotten so tired of it. And we're also sick of not understanding how to get out of this cycle. But that's the breakthrough but we do need clear communication boosters and all these other things grow in these possible have boomerangs confusion get one guidance out. Brian and then confusion comes back at you when you start to think. Well i got. Jj what do next. So that's where this administration has to be on kind of firing on all cylinders. I see evidence of that. But there's certainly more they should do. Dr kavita patel. Thank you as we always do for always taking our questions. And for your forthright answers dr kavita patel has been our guest again tonight. Coming up for us marking an inauspicious. One month anniversary as we showed you earlier. The secretary of state spent hours today fielding questions from members of the house about the us military withdrawal from afghanistan. It has been one month now since the taliban seized complete control. We have a report tonight on what. It's like there now. Here would that our chief. Foreign correspondent richard engel. Perhaps no single image sums up america's longest war more than the us embassy in kabul now painted over the taliban flag less than a month ago. American helicopters were taking off from here evacuating diplomats to kabul airport. At the taliban captured the city intelligence agencies did not say collapse was imminent. This unfolded or quickly than we anticipate it now. The embassy is empty. Taliban flags sold as souvenirs outside a group of taliban fighters stood guard nearby. I'm with that. Because american never thought we would win one said but we had got support and now whatever america does we can never be defeated. The taliban may be confident but they're taking a different approach because they know many afghans are afraid of them. When kabul hundreds of thousands rushed to the airport including obaidullah a young economist who works for the former government that he couldn't get out feel very normal and free to make you feel that way their behavior the behavior with people. The taliban are allowing girls and women to go to school and university separated by gender veils required but no burqas a big change from when taliban ruled in the nineteen nineties but have they really changed several videos which the taliban say they are investigating appear to show abuses including one in which fighters seem to be executing an unarmed man. Secretary of state blinken today said the taliban need to do more to earn trust. The interim government named by the taliban falls very short of the mark that was set by the international community. for inclusivity taliban are trying to show they've changed with the times at some checkpoints today bryant. They even smiled. It's still taliban rule but softer it's unclear. If or for how long it will last brian. Richard englewood that report tonight. Thank you my friend coming up for us. A bad decision that we televised live on saturday. That amounted to crying wolf at the worst possible time. We'll show you what happened when we come back. This is rick. Rojo's i'm national correspondent for the new york times i cover the american south being on the ground to cover story is part of the value of the new york times but it's also just part of the joy of this job as someone who grew up on the gulf coast. This often means going back to places that i grew up in. I went there with my family. I've fished in some of these places. I get to see them now as a journalist. And that's kind of a great privilege. I have people that i can check in with even when there's not breaking news it's not. Just here's the news. It's this is what a place feels like. This is the music they're listening to and the food they're eating. This is what it's like to be in place. All of this is possible because of new york times subscribers they invest in our ability to do this kind of quality storytelling. If you aren't a subscriber yet and you'd like to join us you can become one. Ny times dot com slash subscribe. Okay i just got the national editors actually calling me hold on one second. The good news is for a relatively small amount of money. We can upgrade the maisonet and get much better weather forecasting than we have had in the past. No one can be certain but if this new maisonet and the upgrades were in place we might have had a better idea at the amount of torrential rain that was coming down in ida and in honoree so last thing before we go tonight. That was obviously senator schommer. Who famously holds a media event every weekend when he's home in new york he devoted this weekend's event bolstering a system of weather instruments called maisonet to make forecasts more accurate and this is important not necessarily because of what he said but because it feeds a kind of false narrative being perpetuated right now just days earlier remember. Schumer was with the president as they toured the flooding from the remnants of hurricane ida in the new york city borough of queens. The governor of new york and the mayor of new york blamed inaccurate forecasts and warnings for the staggering toll of death and damage. But the truth is the forecasts and the flash flood warnings. Were astonishingly accurate. If you were paying attention. The national weather service is a national treasure. Their meteorologist are the essence of public service. They're on duty twenty four seven. They are busy in fact tonight. Issuing warnings as hurricane nicholas heads inland bringing awful flooding from houston all the way east to new orleans and beyond the problem is not the national weather service in fact the problem just might be us. Warnings are so often ignored. They are supposed to sound on your phone unless of course the last amber alert tone interrupted your last zoom call and you turned off your notifications that means you could miss the next tornado or flash flood. Warning overuse of warning systems is the modern day definition of crying wolf. We witnessed this dynamic in real time on saturday during our live. Nine eleven anniversary coverage we were watching a solemn moment in shanksville pennsylvania when this happened while correspondent jeff bennett was on the air the president and the first lady are going to lay re forgetting some sort of emergency alert here in shanksville. We'll find out what that's all about now. The further truth is we failed. In that moment we left the audience hanging. We never went back and let the viewers in on what that alert tone was about. Sadly we later learned the national park service sat out an alert that the flight ninety three national memorial was now open to the public. It fell to steve portnoy. Cbs news to speak for all of us. Two of these alerts would their abrasive halting and haunting tones came screaming over the cell phones of flight ninety. Three families as they gathered at the memorial wall. This misuse of the weather. Emergency alert system sent shudders through the crowd and event. We also note. That hosted two american presidents under heavy security so the problem isn't our technology or our ability. It's how we use it. The information is there but incidents like this screw up. Don't bode well for the effort to get folks to pay attention and that is our broadcast on this back to work. Monday night with our. Thanks for being here with us. On behalf of all our colleagues at the networks of nbc. News good night whether it's the politics of climate change the effect of state marijuana laws or the challenges of racial injustice. Get your daily dose of enlightening articles at msnbc daily ridden perspective. People you know. 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Recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist, Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom and Dr drew show. Judge? I did I kill you. Dad. Do. But I tell you what, man, he's bad look out close up trial this close. Imminent danger grabbing trap is forthcoming. All I wanna thank lifelock dot com promo code Adam, truecar dot com. Politico dot TV for this half of the show. What's on your mind, Roussy? I'm still thinking about this homeless thing. And I'm not quite sure what to do except keep screaming about him. How about this, drew? Yeah. How the low grade, lack of empathy. That everyone all young people will be. Well, we'll take in through Osmo SIS through through driving through piles of humanity. Yeah. On their way to school in the car at their parents is people piled out cords of wood everywhere. And how the kids are going to have to de-tune themselves. I, I was thinking about how it's this is what concentration camps were like, I mean, why people can't see that? Well, we are in the business as a human of getting back to that sorta home stasis kind of middle place. And if you're nine and every time you drive to the hardware store drive to school, you're passing by piles of humanity. They're sleeping on the sidewalk in their own failed, and it would destroy you would break down. You can't break down and cry every time you get your parents car and go down for mine, just because resistant to he just become resistant to it. And then later on when you have kids, and they're suffering, you've Bill. Up a nice resistance. Maybe who knows. Eight. Luck. I think people that have been in those situations, that ghettos, sort of I'm talking World War, Two ghettos and ghettos and concentration camps or prison, you know, extreme this, and that wartime, whatever that probably built up dollar and Stu it. But this is what I I'm having trouble communicate was prisons are so much nicer than this, this is. I can't think of a situation where I've seen people living environments, worse than this in, in. Since the twelfth century, right? Well, I agree. What I what I cannot. Fathom. And I know is human beings. There's a very strong. That's just the way it is sort of we, we move on. But we have a mayor, we have city council and, and others and the job they're doing is somewhere between zero in minus eighteen but I don't endangering. Yes, it's all horrible. All what I'm saying is I'm they're busy trying to reduce traffic fatalities, while people are dying on the street by the thousands, but what I what I don't understand is why were not all just lighting torches in. That's the city. This is my question what size out. Right. Why do we have the pitchforks and the torches? I don't understand it. We should be Marjayoun isn't why isn't our mayor, the fucking laughing stock of the country. I mean, I'm sure he is secretly. But why? Why is it country? Not United in laughing their azoff at this guy. Why isn't our governor America, considered jokes failure to have some sort of, like March, some sort of March to regain their city kind of thing, though, it's all the cities in the area that are -ffected by this. Yeah, I just arch for health or so we need to come up with. Justin slogan. I don't get it. All right. We can't just talk about our own personal homeless problems here. It's just it's so disturbing. And I'm telling you, there's going to be trouble. There's going to be really serious trouble with infectious diseases. It's going to be bad. Have you ever heard me say things like that were doesn't? Try to be true. My said this about the opioid epidemic. I said about aids and HIV. That's why get involved with these things. Well, we're just going to have to leave California sooner than later and do, what are we going to Tennessee? How do we do it? You got here for work. I don't know. It's just I love to figure out a way to do it. I'm deadly serious about it. I said this somebody the other day who was saying something to me about this in form of Twitter. But I said, look. Dr drew born and bred here and of Corolla born and bred here. Mark arrogance born and bred here to combined hundred seventy five years in Los Angeles. Every single one of us is making an exit strategy, desperate and predicts that threat. I think these are intelligent people who have their eyes open. These aren't you know, I'm not share proclaiming that if Trump gets elected, I'm moving to Canada says, not that this is not that it's one hundred seventy five years of observation. Yeah combined and I think you're an intelligent guy, you're not you're not a hysteric marks NADA. Hysteric. I'm a hysteric. I see which way the wind is blowing. It's, it's, it's bad. It's getting worse. If if you if Gary finds my Los Angeles magazine contribution from ten years ago, you'll laugh your ass off. Off really. I think you'll see that I saw what was going on before was going on. I mean just how the city was being run. So that's why look to you to help me understand what's coming next or how to change your actions. I think you've got I think it just got kids around the house. You know, my kids are going into the eighth grade, and let them graduate high school, and then pack up and leave. They what do you, what do you do as they say, our work is here. That's the problem you can't fight city hall true what they say. Yes, I would go to New York. I think. Oh, you would okay so Curtis's online elect roof find I mean, I'll let Gary finest Los Angeles mazing you'll get a laugh I can't guide courtesy. Hey guys. I was just ask Dr drew. It was Ludd waters and stuff and all this stuff going on about anti vaccine. I live in harden, Illinois. It's peninsula. That's born between Illinois Mississippi River and we're having wrecked world record flooding. I lost my house out a month ago thirty days after my wife and I got married, and we've been mucking around, and that's water. We have the national guard here we have like five hundred thousand and bags been becoming in, but heights, Texas, what else would I need to look, the main thing I would think, is the contaminated water, right to see if to me so boiling water and worrying about Giardi things like that salmonella. And if you've been adequately vaccinated against measles at thirty three should be pretty good. And I can't think there's no yellow fever. I can't think of anything else than the than tetanus. Wasn't sure because I mean we're all calling around that have you have you had all your vaccines from childhood, and the call on. Like I said, I think for my age. I'm fine. My wife is six years younger than me, and I think we're kind of worried about one of the ones for her. I don't know if it was hepatitis but hurry. Me, my we're looking to hepatitis A because that is a that can be in the water. So perhaps you wanna get hepatitis day series. Well that are mean bridge just closed down. They're broken takes one half hours to get out of town. Staying at a hotel ten hour drive, so she can get to our nursing classes where what, what city, the UN it's hard. Eleanor, you never hear a thousand people are county, only has twenty five isn't that, though where the match that off my potential? -cation Dacians writing from Saint Louis. We're just on the Illinois side, DeKalb on there, but no. Well, they invented bar. Isn't there a city in along that same area that was the capital of Illinois at one point, and then went underwater, I believe that was around Lincoln's time because I know switched. Yes, we have a lot of not true. Really famous for. River interesting sorry about your misfortune, but I'm okay now, now me and Ray don't own homes anymore. Yeah. You have insurance, you'll get it back, Gary, you have my is almost ten years old. But so jersey of all cast casts casts Kia, Illinois, I think the original city. The LA magazine contacted a bunch of local people that were porn in LAN's that give us funny. They said to me, tell us what you like about LA so people like Henry tacos best soft taco, and the San Fernando Valley, a lot of that I went on a tirade about the folks that run the city and this decade ago. So we go everyone does this thing where they go. You can get to the ocean and twenty five minutes you can get to the mountains in an hour. Isn't that wonderful? I guess the answer is yes, but the school system is unusable. The traffic is horrible businesses are fleeing. I don't give credit to veer ago. So or the city council for the mountains, or the oceans that has to do with plate tectonics. I give them credit for graffiti problem. That's so bad. The streets have to be covered with barbed wire. I give credit to God for doing a fair to middling job. Create in the place and VERA, go to and the city council for fucking it up, potholes and holes. That's Los Angeles. All right. Doesn't Steve Martin feel like at dick for talking about Henry's tacos. Now hope. So I hope so. But isn't isn't it striking that things are worse than when VERA go so was in? Isn't that sort of surprising? Well, it's progressive movement and it's progressing. So why the shitter? Yeah. Would go sedate is all get it started in the wrong direction. Then I'll just hand the reins off to Garcetti, and then he can keep going in the wrong direction. And then we'll double down in the wrong direction. It's profound is profound. And somebody needs to be, you know, you know, you know what somebody needs to go. Hey, look let me explain something there is a there is a cut of Garcetti and he's basically explaining what went on with runaway production. He's doing it in a way that doesn't involve the city being gouging greedy but there's tape of him going. Look, we realized that some of our, you know, prize productions decided to go elsewhere to shoot there. And now we're working. Hard to make it attractive. No, you're working hard to unfussy yourself. That's what you're working hard to do. Trying to extricate the butt plug rammed up to your own greedy ass by making them. Go they didn't decide to go your money's got them to go to Prague and Canada and the Lanta and, and you got tired of watching them flourish for decade. And now you're doing this thing where you're going to lure them back. So that's what I'm saying. You made a mistake. The mistake is always the same. It's hubris and greet. Now, unring your fucking bow, your fucking, everything up stop and change direction. Here's a good impulse Garcetti, if you think it's a good idea. Do the other. What you think is good. I knew someone only do that. New some YouTube. You think it's a good idea to the opposite. Because when you when you get down to between the state and the city, it's just out of control. It's just beyond. Yeah. News somehow to create fucking tweet the other day, which is like, how do you become these guys are glutton for punishment to because he's like, how do you become California? How does every state become California progression inclusion, women's rights? It's all stuff and everyone just tweeted a thousand pictures of homeless and Cam, shut up. You gotta know coming if you're Newsom, right? Why are you even going outside? So we're as it great. You can find that tweet to carry was, I think favored to lifelock. Recent survey found privacy's the number one concern about smart home devices, over two thirds of us believe that devices are listening when you aren't aware and share the data, then let's good because that's what they're doing. 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Car said he was great because he was basically trying to get all the production back to Las. Oh, say. Yeah. Well, here's one of his things this wasn't the one I was looking at, but it's good. Sorry you didn't favorite it. So I'm just going with the one that look close. There's only one. I'll read the one you were. He were putting up there. There's only one California dream attainable. An aspirational that right? Yeah. And aspirin around the world. It's a beacon of light. Mark my words, California. We are the light at the end of the tunnel. Yeah. When you're dying. Yeah. And then everyone just tweeted bunch of garbage and trains going. The rash, shank everywhere, Gavin news, by the way, what a pompous ass such the idea that we would throw that stuff out there in the middle of what we're in the middle of. Yeah. I didn't favorite tweeted, Gary. That's so weird. I hit the hard, I think I rode tweet back about it's the one I. Even being the one about the about GARRETT'S and drew got a lot of people replied to it. I don't know how Twitter works anyway. Drew the dinner now, I was, I was riding that me and you and Garriga had a hundred seventy five combine this city, but anyway, it was him just sort of boasting about, you know, how you get to be California. And i'm. I does he not know that we are the laughing stock of the union, but a lot of people don't understand how bad things are here. There's a lot of writing about well, California's, they're leading the way that we goes breast the country's gonna follow right along. And I read that stuff, and I thought, oh my God. They don't they they've never been here. They've not true. Here's one don't power through it. They're talking about, right. Read it. Yes. California's what happens when rights respected? When work is rewarded when nature's protected when diversity is celebrated and free. Markets are fair markets. We are nothing less than the progressive answer to a transgressive president. All right. Then every other thing was just about home pictures of homeless flop everywhere, and how he wrote. This is going to happen. Right. I guess he doesn't learner. He doesn't look at that follows. Glad to see people responding to them because I was like fuck you dish. It is his associate path, though. I mean there's something wrong, we let them. Yeah, there's some there's some wrong with us. There's something wrong with him. There's something wrong with the way he thinks someone with us. And I'd understand how to heal it. Well, ding bats California's filled. But dopes who think dope with Brill cream is going to help poor dope. If poor dope votes with guy, there, so vassal lean I'm gonna find you. There's a video. I don't do people not understand how the fucking world works. This guys had dope who wants your vote. He's not doing anything for you. Why do you think you're going to also is there any history of him doing anything or the state doing anything? Right. We're what you basing this on. I I mean I haven't right up there with the people who are doing when Hickenlooper. Going no socialism. Like, what are you basing the wild unbridled success of socialism? We basing. Well this way. Topi just like hell formulas course. Well, it's beyond frustrating high what? All right. So I sent you YouTube video about the relationship between the gettys the Pelosi's and the newsome's they've have a long history together. Well, I talked to Gavin. He told me grew up a single mom and a hard scrabble environment. No. Yeah. Gee said he knows what it's like to be brought up by single parent that he probably does in a mansion. Yeah. Fucking servant with the gettys around him and yeah. Well, his dad was lead counsel, forgetting oil. Yeah. Wait a minute. Getty oil. What's his dad? I thought his dad, his dad should have been arm in arm with Cesar Chavez plowing the fuck and bean fields of central central California. What was his dad doing? Fucking smoking Winston hammering checks from Getty oil from Getty oil, the Gavin Newsom, but he's for the people, right? Yeah, what's the sports part of the problem is? Pelosi's fucking rich to know parlor, promo think, is, we may have separate northern southern California. I mean I really think that's part of the problem. Okay, because I broadcasted San Francisco for a year, and it was Donna Shing, how pro California and even with the horrors in the streets. They seemed not be bothered by it at all. I those people really don't care. Well, can I. Look, you know, drew, I keep getting back to this. Let me riddle Riddell you that riddle you there with riddle? I try to look at the big kind of picture like what is the engine behind some of this stuff, and I always say, like, well, you know, families the family unit, all at the family units falling apart. So the schools are falling apart. So that prisons are filling up so at diction is going up. So the homeless going, so I try to kind of find that hub, and then I'm not so interested in the spokes. That's just what emanates from the hub right? A good hub can have very positive spokes emanating and bad hub can ever in negative spokes emanating, but I'm sort of looking at the hub wheels. Again I love. A wheel metaphor. Now, listen to me listening, the thing, I started drilling down on some years ago when I wrote and fifty years while kicks is chip, think versus dude think, and it was a balance fifty percent. Women fifty percent. Dudes fifty percent. Chick think fifty percent. Dude. Think always outliers on the chick side and always out liars on the dude side, but we basically split up California, the nation with fifty percent. Do think fifty percent chick thing. Chick think is unconditional love. That's my son. I love it. I don't care if he stabbed at teacher neck with a number two pencil. That's my boy, and I can never stopped loving the matter what he does. I can never stop. And I see that in women, I see kind of a devotion of thinking whereas I'm much more results oriented, like all go to this pizza place. If it's good. I'll go there. If I get a bad pi, I'm out. I'll give another shot and six months of the pies, bad. Then I'm never coming back cut bait favorite place. Whatever a friend friend that screwed you over cut bait cut bait results moving on. But not a kind of a fantastical warm and fuzzy mixed with a kind of. Narcissism. Well, that's my guy, and he'll always be my guy. So that's a chick think, do think is like I need results or you're out. That's a Bill Bella check is the ultimate dude, think you come on this team. You win the Super Bowl with a last second interception. And you pull this thing out of the jaws of defeat in individually, and I'll cut you the next season because you're eight grand over the salary cap, right? That Bill Belichick is the guy you want running California ultimate dude think take everybody look at a number look at a guy go. That guy's a great receiver, but he ain't eight million bucks a year. He six million bucks a year. He's cut. So it's a judgment and pragmatism in spite of the consequence and someone could go. That guy had nine catches in the Super Bowl last year. He want us the Super Bowl, right? But he's worth six. And he's getting a and I'm cutting. And guess who's never wrong? Yeah. With that kind of heartless pragmatism, Bill. Ballot check because Bill Belichick doesn't care about the feelings of the individual player he wants to organization to excel. The guy in the NFL who does the most cutting and has the I mean you know, many guys one Super Bowls were great play. There's call on the next daunted. We isn't that what politicians used to be in this country? Well, ideally, anyone who's running anything because Bill Belichick if you're a patriots fan or your involve the organization you don't want him winning a popularity contest. You want them winning Super Bowls, the ones who everyone loves, you know, Matt Millen was over Detroit. Everyone loved Matt Millen Matt Millen was under thirty four percent winning for two decades at Detroit so he was a he was beloved but he didn't get it done. Nobody likes ballot check. They do like Super Bowl rings. And that's what he brings him. So that's what you want. Now. That's how dudes thing chicks go, Matt Miller, a good guy. He's a sweetheart he loves. My kids, and I just I'm used to, and I know and I'm rooting for him. And I'm whatever. So the more chick think we have the more of that. The reason nobody around here wakes up and goes the fuck is Kevin Newsome doing running this God. Damn state. What the hell is car said he doing runs get rid of these FOX? They suck. That's chick. That's dude think chick think is I you know, he's good guy. I voted for him last time lot of it is. Yeah, you voted for him last time you made a mistake now fucking own it and move on. But you don't want to own it. So you wanna keep sort of waxing nostalgic about it and talking about what he's doing. And finding out whoever's his opponent is or relational its relation, it's not Bill. Bella check as all maybe we should that's more dudes thinking, white chick in California is a large percentage of dudes who think like chicks, and then there's half. Checks. Now, we have a super majority of estrogen and this is what your seeing in front of you drew argue with me, I wonder if I can carry by can on differently and, and talk about relational thinking, versus as you're saying sort of objective, outcome, thinking, right? I mean, if you're a physicist, relational thinking, has no place, right? You're building building relational, thinking, well might have relationships in terms of who you work with, who you like, working with that kind of thing to the sill Belshazzar needs coaches, to want to work for him. And he needs players to play for him. He needs that, so there's some relational elements. He's not making decisions on that you have forty five guys, you tell them what to do. They got to do it. They're going to show up run that players wanting to come in your organization, maybe more that again, I just, I'm just exploring the topic that on the relational side, people are. Afraid or don't know how to make tough decisions chick think so, so making tough decisions means short term pain for long-term gain. Yes. Right. And that's the thing that just nobody will do today. There's won't do it. Right. And but you know what to do that, you have to know what you're doing? You know what I mean? If like for me after know what you're doing, and you have to know that if you cut lawyer Malloy, you're gonna get booed at the next press conference because that guy won the Super Bowl right now. But you know your coach and you know what you're doing. The point is like I'm thinking about this this epidemic. We're about to experience here in infectious diseases. I know what that is. I know it's coming. I know what to do about it. I know what has to be done. Not gonna be pretty right. It'd be done without it. Many lives will be lost. It's almost like being it's almost military thing. It's like it's like being a general going. It gentlemen. You're going in first and just making that how many nineteen year olds are we going to put those Higgins craft and send them to Normandy? And then you go, what's an acceptable loss rate. And then if you talk to chicks, they'd go zero right, there's no acceptable that. And then you heard politicians speaking that way recently, no out, one child left behind one person isn't baba. There's one second hand smoke. It's too much. That may be more away of thinking of talking about this to people, I know what it is. It's, it's, it's politicians talking to an ever larger growing female thinking population and going at them with that. Fucking huggy Buki bullshit. Instead of nuts in fucking Balts. All right. You know what I'm saying? You know I'm to something here. Huggy buki. I've trying to get you to change the rhetoric the way describe it a little bit guy ahead. Chick think dude think no, it's okay, it's fine. I'm not sure that we can get mass except. Look, there's nothing wrong with chick think unless you want to win a Super Bowl, and then there is something wrong with it because you would be keeping players that he that Bella check happily cuts. I think it's more on the order of the inability to make a what you're doing to be make the tough choices jets it. All right. Let me tell you about truecar sixty seconds. That's how long this commercial is gonna last. What else can you do in a minute? Well, how about you get an offer on your car? Just go to truecar for your smartphone. Your computer and to your license plate number. Why details come poppin right on up answer few questions, get an accurate true cash offer from your local truecar certified dealer and bring your car in check it out with you do it together. Ask questions, get answers no surprises. Then when you leave with your check, or you can leave your car and traded in. With a new car or used car. 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Do you think that's he doesn't give you know how many popular players that guys to cut on a regular basis, it's got to be the least popular guy ever? All he does is cut beloved players. But he's who, if you're patriots fan. If you're playing for the patriots, you might not wanna be on that team during the offseason if you're getting paid. Well, if you're patriots fan, like your California fan, you want that guy coaching. Yep. Okay. Suggestions for the California fans. Get Bill Bella check. Listen view said to me Bill bell checks coming over to run California. I'd be like I'll be there fucking port, with a big sign with glitter paint on it welcoming Phil, he's the Beadle. Are you? Would you do in a say? Yeah. Fucking hot second. I would the second. Right. We in the meantime, we gotta get our forks pitchforks and torches out. We've got to all right. You can tonight tomorrow night. Is that true tonight? Tomorrow night. Denver comedy works come on out south. 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#1445 BUT IT'S ME!!

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

34:56 min | 3 months ago

#1445 BUT IT'S ME!!

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And we're the host of the underworld pockets were journalists have traveled all over reporting on dangerous people and places and every week we bring you a new story about organized crime from all over the world. We know this stuff. Because we've been there we've seen it. We've got the near misses an embarrassing house to go with. We'll mix in report with our own experiences in the field and we'll find some bad jokes. Lower the underworld podcast explores the criminal underworld that affect all of our lives. Whether we know it or not available. Wherever you got your podcasts recorded live at corolla one studios with adam corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew pinski. You're listening to the atom and dr drew. Shell he added on got to get on. A jesuit gonna remember the gers bar whatever's law whatever's. You got hard out here today. Drew you going somewhere going to greece. I'm going to greece. You got a hard out kind of. Yeah what what do you think. I started figuring my schedule for today and on. Yeah i mean but but we have plenty time do this show. Yeah i'm just asking all right. I got a plane to catch. That's why we're early. Sorry about that but he so i. I've been thinking a lot about. And i'm not i'm not this guy so it's weird that i find myself thinking about it but i feel like freedom itself is under attack in this country And i talked to. I've talked to two people now. Want an intelligence officer another journalist. Who says that specifically this isn't please. Do not want to be in a conspiracy theory. this conspiracy. Theories is just something. I have heard of his raising it with you. That the chinese government. We'll chinese has some sort of policies. I'm sort of philosophy. I don't know what it's called gary. Maybe look at one hundred year plan. We'll it's more than that. It's it's they feel that winning a war did the ultimate way to win awards about firing a bullet then. They are systematically sending information over here through social media and staff and through ownership and just through through infiltration and the confusions societies. And all this stuff on college campuses and again. I'm not asking people to get paranoid. I'm just thinking that that probably would make sense. But that they specifically they're sort of fundamental position is freedom bad communism good freedom bad companies. It's sort of the basic sort of philosophy in. When i thought about that i got it. Does feel like people are somehow pejorative about freedom. Like like that's a bad thing but back to your no safe spaces documentary that was just about freedom of expression bad bad. Well here's what's happening. I mean i think this is the phenomenon the country's kind of in in half which is weird right but luck i. I don't have all the states and all the colors in front of me but the red states were much more open than the blue states So it's a safe statement right. Yes i mean yes new york new jersey california much different than florida. Texas and wyoming. Yeah i told you i. I'm friends with the governor of north dakota and he was actually asking for you know. Hit lots of questions about masks. And he was asking like clinical questions for me and he's like my job is not to tell people what to do. I'm the governor. Tell people what to do okay. Well let's see if we can just kind of drill down on this little. They left leaning states I'd say the more left you are the more you wanna tell people what to do. That's this isn't that used to come from the well. Let's let's figure that out now you can say to me. Oh that's just the way. I'm seeing Okay you wanna know real simple way to figure this one out. Go down to the department of building and safety in burbank. California and try to pull the permit and then go to waco texas right and tell me if there's a different right right if there is a difference. That's one municipality who has more rules versus one that has less rolls it it it manifest itself in the in the sense of building because building is sort of fundamental. It's like you have land. You're an american. Yes i would like to put a house up for my family on this land. Not so fast. Right if you're in california if you're in texas sign here gives eighty bucks next out. I listen we've heard this story told longtime but some i was talking to women who moved to texas and she went to building and safety and She was there with all her documents and hat in hand and the guy looked up her. Go and said you must be from california. The right it's your land. It's your land. You build do want all right. So i think we're gonna establish that certain politics are more into rules than others. Yeah okay so it's i think it's a. I don't think you can argue the fact that democrats are more ruled days than republicans. I want to ask this. Push back a little bit. Because when i think about the right i think about him near anita bryant. Remember her from seventy four. She was telling you what to do now. She was she was. These are religious. Who are telling you what to do. yes but they. They're not in a position of authority. They don't use government they don't use. They want to be left alone to their religion. Every you read your bible not to sin but there are telling you what to do. It's kind of interesting different mechanisms of telling you trying to tell you what yes yes. They're not making you. They're not forcing you. The is forcing you to correct. Anita bryant was telling you to read the bible absolute true okay so quiet but that's interesting. Isn't that interesting. No there's always people wanting to tell look there's a version put it this way. There's anita brian. Why had to bring her up. I know it's just. Brian is telling you to read the bible. There's cousy mc galveston over here. Who's telling you not to eat. Meat and meat is murder. Those are two crack telling me what to do. And i'm ignoring them. We'll gavin newsom shutting down the fucking countries shutting down the businesses shutting. Down the state. Yeah i can't eat outside. It's not cousy mc volvo is not preventing me from eating steak and neither is anita. Bryant's goes gavin. Newsom is yes. That's the isn't it interesting that the extremes on both sides want to tell you how to live. Isn't that where now everyone me now. I don't care people. Typically you want to jump bottle live. I want to tell people how to live. We just happened to be right. I tell people to live all the fucking time. If you're telling them. I don't want to live. I don't tell them who to love or pray to i go. Here's here's what i know. I want you get that cold swimming pool every morning. That's what i know now. Not making you do it kind of thinking but you this morning. If you're traveling you'll be without your cold cold dunk. How would you survive. I told you douche. You don't listen. maybe. I don't. Because i have really literally was in the shower thinking poor. Adam can't travel because he can't go without his is dunk coal. This water ever felt was coming out of the pipes and boston. But it's going to greece. Well good good luck With with you On the beach. I mean i. I don't go to beach. I go to boston and winnipeg and january and at five in the morning. We're catching that early. What comes out of that pipe is cool. God is that that is diabolically. Head freezes so the left democrats have more rules. I'm not even arguing good or bad. I'm just saying. I don't think you can argue that. They're more rule based just than the rhonda rhonda santa's and gavin newsom gavin. Newsom more rule base. Yeah that's it. Maybe they're all great rules. Maybe they work a thousand percent of the time but let's not argue over. Who's more rule based ones a ruler. Rise not right so now you have people making a lot of rules. Okay and now. What do you have cognitive dissidence. Right if a bunch of idiots who work in hollywood who live in california who voted for gavin news. Yeah well turns out. He's a little tyrannical and most his ideas were wrong and also turns out. You voted for him. So now what would you like to admit you're wrong. Never or were you just double down and say that his rules are going called the backfire effect. Right all right. well now you gone from dumb to retarded. That's that's all i'm saying. All right let me take a quick break to talk about true nigerian. I used to drink a little too much coffee throughout the day but not anymore. Not what true nigen true. Nigeria fuels the body's energy engines maintain cellular metabolism and support heart. Health have more energy. Don't need the extra cups of coffee. And i've been on it for well over a year now i take it. Every single day literally took it two hours ago with eleven published human clinical studies and backed by nobel prize winners. 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Just get a guy. That isn't like him. I i would say why don't you go to the republicans. Why going with democrats. They fucked the state up. Royally what what do you wanna do. Sky and switch a lot of people. Done it. Dave rubin just go hard for the left and i saw what they were doing so now i would argue. It's that's people have trouble doing that. So maybe go independent and vote for the person how about that. Everybody vote either party that way. Okay yeah do whatever you want. I was always super liberal and super laughed. And i just started seeing what they were doing and i didn't like it that's it it's it's easy. It's a treat it like a restaurant you've eaten at three times. You got a bad meal. Three times in a row announced i. It's not your favorite restaurant is right if a restaurant and go movement moving on. Let's see three freshmen. One junior committed suicide. Dan gainesville florida. Dan gainesville florida. I go hi guy so I went to mess too small with art. School from new england and i was in the nineties and over the past years. I'm sure you can guess. They had some pretty strict cova restrictions like physically. They wouldn't allow half the kids on campus. The ones who were there were kind of locked in their dorm rooms. Sure well guess what refreshment out of a thousand committed over the last year marie. Yeah yeah and so students are mad. And there's a lot of uproar right now if there but it's all about how they need more mental health resources which is true. But as you've said before adam they're sort of willing this into being well it's not 'cause kovin restrictions of course nothing to do with it because we you know locked you in your room for a year right It's some crazy stuff going on up there. So i'm sure they're getting sued because now they're in a rush to reopen and you gotta realize this is a rural campus middle nowhere. Three hundred acres is only four. Thousand undergrad small yet. They still wouldn't allow half the students on campus for the whole year they would have like freshmen in the fall and the seniors in the spring and it was just a mess and Made how does this affect. Nineteen year stroke. Cova not doesn't yeah okay blah fucking idiots. Yeah i i'd like to know what's interesting when the interesting things is that suicide. Thus far has not gone up in this country. I have a feeling that it's going to be a sudden spike. I think one of the reasons not gone up is that we've been locked in rooms with each other. People don't have an opportunity to sneak off and do something. I suspect that's it because everything else is going up everything else has gone up astronomically and i would argue that people that go to ivy league schools already have lots of mental health stuff going on right now because they're being told they're bad they're negative. The world's horrible place the planet's coming to an end. There's you know they're just. They're they're indoctrinated with horrible negative feelings about the world and the future and so it may not lockdown may. Just be the the sort of icing on the whole thing. But certainly i can tell you i have you know millennial kids. And they were very depressed during the lockdown for sure and everyone. Oh that's a psychiatrist. That works with adolescent young adults. Tell me the same thing. Three out of a thousand. That is a big number. I just in a state by the way. We're even at the very peak. The state of new hampshire had ten deaths today. Ten and really. It's been closer to three over the over. The bulk of the pandemic never really it public health. Emergency right white river johnson. What road junction is a hotbed. For covert vermont. So that's a whole all right. yeah well how. How would you expect this to go. You scare the fuck out of kids for a long period of time. They're already fucked up and we're already giving them negative negative negative in in their sense of the world. This is you know a couple of weeks ago. I was talking about you. Know sitting down and watching movies and seeing the kind of delight and celebration that people used to have it may be it may be. It had a really emotion-wracked. Maybe very sad are twenty-six boise idaho. Yeah i got you know. Hey i wanted to talk about Lighten subject a little bit I wanted to talk about the beginning of the pandemic adam you said something that really really kind of piqued my interest About people in trades or people and the emergency services whether it be You know a firefighter or a cop or something. They have this relationship with risk and they have this. And i've i've that's stuck in my head. The entire. you know the past year on people that i interact with How they're how they what their relationship to risk as like and it's just kind of wanted to get an update on that and then. I went skydiving for the first time here last monday. And speaking of risk. I kinda wanted to see if either of you guys. My schedule have been skydiving before No i haven't think i'd like to the little kind of inbetween on it. It's like i get it. i get i get. Why would be a great experience. I'm also not just drawn to it. But i would do it. The the risk in the relationship with risk. Well it's super duper important. I'm in one could argue. Maybe it's the most important thing we've had historically and maybe not so much today isn't isn't it really underneath that our relationship with death. Yeah we just we. We are in denial of death. Denial of being biological living in fear of everything all the time but feeling at the same time grandiose and indestructible. It's it's ridiculous. Well it's like. I always say guys you work in. The trades. Have to pick the right tool for the right job. I know it sounds cliche. But what i'm saying is is. They're very different tools. And one of the one of the things that sort of risk versus reward of using tool i to get out a router with a big bid on it and put a big radius on a thick piece of wood. the other day and You know it kicks back on. Yeah it'll fuck you up. There's there's a way that there's a way to make a dangerous. You know it's funny. I had to put this radius on something Half sort of quarter round on something. And i i the the lay person went. Well you what are you gonna do sand that. I'm like no you can't stand it be saying it forever. You gotta take the route you to shape it you know but the routers will kick back and have to kind of run the bearing along the thing. And if the set the depth ride and the bit wouldn't fit into the router correctly and this is a whole bunch of stuff and you have to kind of weigh it and you have to deal with it but you don't not do it. Yeah you do it and you don't you jump in you. Don't jump in us sort of weighed in. And it's not one hundred percent so i'll give you an i'll give you a. I'll give you a perfect example. Every single time i route something if you are a little bit you'd clamp down the material you're rounding you'd clamp it down. I chose not to clamp down. I clamped down with my knee on a kind of a bench and iran the route. Or whatever now would it have been safer to put a couple of c. clamps on their. Yes it would have been. But i've decided where i stopped with the safety to move forward with the speed safer to drive your car with a crash helmet on. Yes it is. Does that mean you keep going or just. Stop at the seat belt right. You know what i'm saying. Yes and so. When you work with tools and he work around trees and chainsaws and parts and things and stuff that moves then. That's a constant process. It's a constant you don't work it out twice a day. You work about seventy five times a day. Yeah just walking just walking on a construction site and walking along the joyce that are six feet above the ground at ten feet of do. Do you lay on your belly and crawl across you. Do take a piece of plywood and lay it down so you can walk across a very disco. I'll see if i can thread the needle. Walk along this header here. It's constant decision making this. And then when you do that then when something like cova comes down the pike you go howl the my fat i mean ill health. Am i elderly. What are the chances. What if i did get it. What if i did. So what i'm saying. Is i wouldn't walk along that header. If i was on the fifteenth story the building i walk along the head if eight feet above the thing and there's dirt down there which is what happens if i get what happens if i fall off this being right. Well i'm going to land on a pile of dirt. Well then what yeah. Well i could break my ankle. But that's about it. But i would never do it on a skyscraper right somewhat right but i'm saying way your thing well it's interesting to me now. Hearing more and more stories about people who are afraid of cove effect rob henderson sent me a study. I'm going to read it to you. Real quick here actually deemed it to me peachy student reveals people. More afraid of catching kovic are more judgmental. Isn't that interesting so fear. Fear of covert. It makes sense. You guys didn't say didn't make sense. I said isn't that interesting now. I it's like all right. People are right. Here's isn't that garrett guys fear of cova to me isn't it fuck you fear. Fear of covert is something paper being white. Blow your mind. No i find it scintillating crime fascinating fascinating i. I would say that that people being afraid of cove is sort of astonishing to me. If you're like a under sixty year old person why are you afraid of it. Why fear well kosei sit around all that radar cicis. Yes we'll take a quick break. We'll be right back after this all roads lead to narcissism that is the new tower. But it's me. I know that you're twenty eight and your thin and you have no. They don't even know the landscape of risks. They understand tuberculosis. Typhus all things that could get them. How much worse things are they. Don't know and and it's disgusting to me. It's again everything's disgusting. Ma'am just discussed it all the time. Well look what. They should be disgusted with themselves at. You should be discussed it as well as how malleable their brains brass or so software. Discipline matt malleable. Very disappointing please. People use find find a little common sense a little wisdom and how cowardly to the level. I the first of all. I think this is a time for courage. I just think that's what's necessary right now. To be able to speak up in the face of adversity and challenges and people who will attack you. It's time to speak up. And then lost my train of thought. Sorry connor danger. Risk risk risk risk. absolutely i i that as kind of a meter as engage with people and and with myself So i'm i'm going through some life changes I want to write a book and different things like that. So i think people have their different fears. Right like I for instance wasn't all that afraid of that. I'm twenty six and in reasonably gets you so Wasn't worried but then it was like. Oh i have this. Gigantic fear of failure of like of being put out so Kinda kinda refrained it and apply myself. And i was like well. That's that's just as illogical as an in some aspects as as being creative kovin well people. you know. i'll you're young connor. Twenty six part of risk is hesitation. And don't spend so much time thinking about what to do. Just do it. You want to write a book. This write a book. Hey gary there's an article somewhere on cigar smokers outliving non cigar smoke. That's interesting males. And i just heard it from somebody. I haven't researched it or anything but my first blush was herself. It's true. I see a lot old guy smoking cigars you know what i mean. Yeah and then. The next one was a why would cigar. Smokers outlive non cigar smoking males. Maybe they have money resources. That's one possibility because you can afford a cigar right. I think there's something there. There's something about stress. Oh the cigar. Think about the scar smokers. Yeah they like to sit out the meal and have a laugh. You know smoke a cigar with brandy thing. They go they go. This is my time. I enjoy this. You want to rely. They're not staring at the new shouting at the tv sad. You know. they're they're going. I because i don't know cigar. Smokers who want to smoke a cigar in the morning or in their living room in their bathrobe on a wednesday eight am and then. It's like their thing is after we'd our steaks we're going to get our brandies. We're go outside by the fire pit and we're going to have a lively conversation with our cigars. Those are sort of cigar smokers. I know and it would make sense that those are people that have not not stress free but they manage their stress with this enjoyable interesting interesting. Maybe there's something to it all right to brian line. Two brian forty-one huntington beach. Hey guys love your show and a break down to the main point. But i could go off from huge until try to avoid that. I believe based on a lot of evidence that the mystery vaping illness valley even though i believe the vitamin e. 'cause when i first heard it and i argued for why that made sense. I believe that that was undiagnosed. Cases of corona virus. Why a are caused by a surfactant. d- compensating of chemical is. It's the same phenomenon is just once caused by virus ones caused by an inhaled agent. You can't you can't tell the difference. I really wanna can't tell the difference right so even on a huge fan of adam. I've been dying to get dr been dying to get your reaction to this hypothesis. There's zero evidence of that. They didn't have fever. Didn't and there's just nothing about it. That was like cova except for the aids. Which is the final pathway and covert and many other illnesses as well. So here's here's what was happening at the same time that a lot of young people were diagnosed as having a mystery aping illness that by the way the cultures of which have never been presented. That no one's ever taken cultures. They had sudden onset of area. That is not how covert works. It's not how it works. Ideas adult respiratory distress syndrome. Which is this fluid filling inflammatory process. Eli guy was a basically invented. Vaping can't his name in front of me. I can't think of it right now but the point is is i just sort of said to him. What's up with vaping. Like water molecules nicotine. Whatever like what's why is that bad for you and he said well your lungs curious what you have said your lungs are meant to just have oxygen taken and anytime you take anything other than oxygen. It's not really good thing for your lungs so even the water's fine or nicotine's fine taking in other things other than air. Never a good thing right. Yes guessing that was unrelated that vapors were especially the ones that does high doses of vitamin e. Were very susceptible to it whereas your they developed sudden onset of. That's not how co fit works aired developed over a long period of illness and with with the with the vaping syndrome. It was boom pulmonary overwhelmed. Pulmonary syndrome sharing syon. Cheyenne i should say was at cheyenne anyway. She in china and interesting guy There's is not a new syndrome. I've been dealing with my entire career. It's caused by heart failure. It's called by pneumonia. It's caused by toxins. Being inhaled is caused by drew near drowning incidents it's caused by covert it's caused by everything and it's all looks the same when you get there to the yes but the road to the is completely clinically different depending on the particular syndrome. All right so drew ski Last couple of calls. Alex len one quickly. Alex line one. Thirty four oregon. Alex was he gone. Wait a while for a long time. Alex taylor there. Hello dave thirty. Three three adelphia has gone. I got. I had a question about new tropics Like brain enhancing supplements. And i was just wondering if there's any experience I in my experience really useful for focus and add and stuff like that. Well that's their lot of things effect. Eighty adhd adhd focus. I can imagine tropics might be helpful but they are really being marketed as enhancing cognition. And i've not really seen that be the case i. I've read the literature. I've tried a myself. And i just i just don't see it. I just don't see where it's it's it's it may be measurable. It's not noticeable. So i don't you know and if it helps you good that's great but what do you what you find. Not sorry to interrupt Like lions man in particular. I found after a few weeks trying like different kinds like i get substantial benefits. I offered it to my mom and she really enjoyed it so lions wonder. Yeah yeah well first off. She thinks it works and good mushroom alex. Thirty four again have a friend with a personality disorder know. This is a good lines. way it is. It's a kind of a stimulant like caffeine. Without caffeine. i sign off on that. I think that's fine alex. Hey hi guy. Hey just want to say big fan adam. Very listen to back in the day left line and all the way through twenty twenty one to acs and also. Dr drew love the dr drew after dark. Show you gotta show adam. Some of those crazy cringing video layer. God love you. Alex which question anyways so a second. Let me get to spot. Reckon are so. I have a friend who was recently diagnosed with borderline personality disorder He's always shown traits. Like being versace's bell rings a bell and then with the whole co vid- losing the job being stuck in sign inside. I mean is really spun out. And i'm just looking for advice on how. How do i deal with. How do i help my friend get better aside from just say. Hey go talk to a therapist or dialer dialer. Let's go behavioral therapy. Dbt can help him a lot so help him find somebody that does dbt number one number two narcissism. Excuse me borderline is a narcissistic disorder. So there's a lot of overlap between on narcissism and watch out. He's going to try to make you responsible for a lot of his feelings. You're going to be. They're all gonna be all good or all bad one minute. You're the best friend road next media. Remember the worst friend in the world is just tried to keep your feet square on the ground and don't feed into any of that. I wouldn't feed him a lot of info. I would say them stuff like. Hey let's go for a hike. Yeah yeah the nice day. That's good let's go out for hiker. Let's go for jog or go for mountain bike ride. I wouldn't feed him a lot of stuff at the beginning. I just go. Why don't we go out and go. Xyz sorta healthy activity that will lead to conversations while he's sort of hiking and walking and doing all that kind of stuff. That's what i would do at the beginning. The thing to watch out watch out for as they use something called project of identification where they make you feel their feelings. The feelings they hate the most and just again. Just be aware if you're having funny feelings that those are his and just again. Just stay supportive. And don't get don't get sucked into stuff. All right you can go to curl dot com for all the live shows and you can check out our youtube stuff or stand up on youtube dot com slash dot com your mom's house after dark also the streaming shows and Dr com all there in tv. 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Old Man Fight

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If gavin news recalled he was doing an event he was touring a homeless camp and Some lunatic started screaming. Adam okay. that's one thing. And i'm not a fan of elevating random hecklers to mean something and giving them lots of attention whenever politicians are yelled at whether it's joe biden are gavin. Newsom are larry elder. But this turned physical. They started throwing punches. And everything like that when somebody from his campaign win over to try to to stop the shouting and everything like that. People were throwing eggs at the candidate and then they started fighting with his people. That didn't look to be like security. They just know sucker punching old people they were just like friends or staff or something and he needs more security around him for one thing but the the lack of attention that the story got you had an attack on a guy who might be the governor of our biggest state here in a few days. That's not okay and all it came from the left so it is okay. It is okay according to the american media. 'cause he's mean he's a republican. He's a fascist. It has unfreedom believable. There is some serious violence there. How cops we're not on the scene arrested. I know dragged him off. I do not know it. Just like i said it. Got barely a blurb in terms of you know punching through yesterday as a story and Troubling well obviously the elder campaign has to let perhaps they didn't. I don't know i have no idea but they need to let local law enforcement know. Hey we're doing an event here and there has been violence as you know as usual on the west coast at least from the left as usual trump's running for president so maybe we should talk about that. It's some weight way way. What now. Donald trump from the apprentice. So i don't know that he is. But if you forced me to bet if i had had to put money on i put my money on. Yes he is going to run for president in two thousand twenty four. A couple of reasons. they they add up so i don't know if you saw the story over the weekend that he has stopped tanning. Pandas did not see that story. Where'd you see that. The tanning times pleasantly brown journal talking about your tanning salon. Mister is shades and bikini briefs. I don't know. I don't know how the stop tanning factors in at all. But he's lost ten pounds. He's gone on a diet. he's actually eating better after famously eating fast food and all that sort of stuff and he's doing more walking with golf and everything like that. He's down ten pounds. I don't know he look. He actually looked like he lost weight. So i think he had to lose more than ten pounds. If you're sixty three to fifty. I don't know that you notice ten pounds on a guy that big Me having ten pounds recently in like nobody noticed so put smaller than donald trump But he'll it's entirely possible. He's a stress eater and he's just got so much less stressed now absolutely possible that he He out of the white house and he's getting older and it's possible doctor said hey you know. I know you always ate fried chicken and mcdonald's. But i think he got a knock that off. Your blood pressure's this. You know happens to. Everybody could be that but he also is headed to iowa for a visit. Hope boy yeah. He's had to and i had forgotten. Do you remember early on. When he went to think it was the iowa state fair it got some attention when it was still just kind of joke. The idea of him running for president was a joke for me anyway The the idea he would actually ever seriously run for president or anybody would take it seriously. He went to iowa and took his helicopter giving people helicopter rides in the that that was he even announced before he came down the escalator and even announced he went to iowa and was given a helicopter ride and it was just kind of a work. But he's headed to iowa again just like he did. I remember years. Yeah yeah well. My position has been continues to be that. He is the hottest commodity in american conversation and american media. As long as there's a possibility he might run again and at the moment. He makes clear that he won't then people will move onto something different and he is such a big build. My brand guy. He understands that so he's going to make. It seem like he might run until the last possible. Second i'm continually that. But i could be wrong. I think that is a strategy. But i think ultimately as it gets closer. He's going to decide to run. Joe biden is going to be hanging around forty percent He's gonna see polls like the one from emerson college that came out the other day that show up. The election were held. Today he would win. Now it's within the margin of error. It was forty seven forty six but he's neck and neck and i still believe that the the bulk of people that voted for trump last time around would vote for again whereas i'm not sure how many of the biden voters would vote for binding again. Oh a serious chunk would peel off. I don't have any idea so. But i people didn't vote for joe biden. They both. they voted against donald trump. And i don't know if they'd get enthusiastic enough to come back in. But i don't know he's all might run biden's not i'll bet you anything. They're both super old. So you think it'd be trained against somebody else. Then it's completely completely wide open than who. Who the heck knows what would happen there. No i think by the end of this year a certainly by mid next year joe biden's advancing neurological difficulties will be so clear he's gonna have to step down. We're still think it's going to be long. We're still very far away. They both get older every single day. But i would remind you that. candid it's like elizabeth warren Announced in december of twenty eighteen. So we will have candidates announcing late next year. We're not that far of gooding. Roughly a year from now. Roughly a year from now candidates will be announcing so oh goody uncle check can we then talk about early early early polls that show. Who's ahead rudy. Giuliani or fred thompson. Just saying i think he's running. So that's that's the end of my spiel because he's not tanning anymore. I don't know why he stopped painting. Probably it's out in the sun playing golf all the time he doesn't need to. Yeah yeah. I think you're looking for tea. Leaves ordering you ever been in bed. No not a single time. Yeah i i did wanna know what radio station. I worked at many many years ago. When tanning beds were were first al and god they had to be. That's probably why cancer when tanning beds were first out and they were really not healthy. They're not healthy now but they were really not healthy then but i endorsed a health club. That had tanning beds and they gave me free tanning. And so i me and everybody at the radio station. Got free tanning. We were so tan and it was instead of winter dead of winter in kansas. When everybody's just super pasty white we were all just bronze. That's a land. That's how i got into tanning. I don't think i probably ever would have. But wow wow funny So coming up this hour a number of things including the i'm going to call it. The northwest roundup talking about the insanity of the northwestern part of the us plus a well-deserved gav award. It's been a while but this was a real winner. Fantastic that's the idea of Mocking gavin for going to the french laundry. Which is at least half. The reason he might get recalled was an early dinner. I forgot early dinner. No i'm sorry for new listeners. And we have them all the time and welcome. Hope you're well a gabby award. Is the gavin newsom award for hypocrisy during cova fantastic. That's all on the way. The armstrong and getty show the best part of my trump update off to get to that later. That doesn't have that much to do with trump. is everybody got all the gaffey awards stuff together. I forgot to remind you maybe Jack you want to sit on the rest of the trump stuff. So i mentioned yesterday. Donald trump is going to sit in as a commentator on a fight this weekend former heavyweight champion of vander holyfield. Who's almost sixty is gonna fight some ufc legend who's in his mid forties and donald trump is going to be one of the announcers not the leading. Sorry that sounds like something. The taliban would a fight between an old man and a middle aged pro fighter league. Donald trump is going to do some of the announcing. They're actually going to have to feeds. You can watch the fight where you hear trump and watch the fight where you don't hear trump which is weird but This from media fans are alarmed by evander holyfield's flailing away in a sparring session. This week ahead of the saturday fight. How is this legal said one observer what staging an old man fight so they watched the nearly sixty year old of and your holyfield was getting a little punchy back when he was much younger And thought how is it legal at this poor old guy get beat up so look forward to that along with donald. Trump's commentary saturday night. If you got nothing else to do. Wow wow but right now ladies and gentlemen this is exciting to the gabby. Awards live from the dumpster out back of the kodak theater in los angeles. It's the gavin newsom award for hypocrisy during the time of cove. It all human. We all fall short. Sometimes what i have. I not only not gotten tired of that clip. I don't think it's possible for me to get tired of that. Clip knowing people shouldn't lose their outrage if you're a californian for what he did at the height of the shutdown when we were all miserable and kids born in school and your business was failing everything's going on and he ignored all of that right so he could have wanted of his rich friends mask close at the most expensive restaurant in the world x complete utter nonsense. You know what i don't recall. What exactly was the time of day that they dined early early early. It was early anyway. Our latest gavin ward and. I can't remember for sure. But i think he may be a two-time winner. Congratulations prime minister scott morrison of australia. Who traveled to his home state for the australian version of father's day over the weekend in a country where millions of people have been unable to see loved ones because they have some strict lockdowns going on right now. His defense is beautiful. He said he understands why people were frustrated. But he'd acted within the rules for instance he needed to get back to the capital on official business and politicians are not required to quarantine so business. People parents teachers everybody is but not politicians. That's beautiful more than half of the nation's population is under lockdown because of the delta variant of course bla-bla-bla Sorry this page regenerated. Just when i needed it most but according to the new york times individual states have different travel restrictions but australians have reported being rejected for exemptions to attend funerals envisat dying relatives. So you can't go see your dying mother. But the prime minister can go home for father's day to see his papa in fact on sunday in australia australian father's day people gathered on either side of a plastic barricade at the border between two states to reach across the barricade to visit family members. 'cause that's the only way they could. That's the lockdowns were so severe. But the prime minister himself scott morrison saw fit to go ahead and travel back and forth across state lines. Because well he's a politician and the rules. Don't apply to him. We have the award. The ord right here which is going to hand it to. But he's also congratulations. Prime minister scott morrison. You're the winner of the gavin. Newsom award for him in time of golden. Here's you we'll mail you your statuette. That's a pretty good musical scene center. That's some good stuff really is speaking to wish. I have another feature at ready to go if you want it. It's your northwest roundup. Everything needed theme song. Yes wait a minute. I thought you guys we're going to give me a pearl jam song for the northwest round up there we got. It's the northwest roundup. Because they're from seattle. That's why yes. Yes they're band known from being from the northwest. They wore the lumberjack shirts. They had the boots they lived in seattle. Still yes that's fine. You could fade that anytime you want. number one. There are some great coverage the other day of a couple of men brazenly walking out of suburban salem oregon lows with two thousand dollars worth of wiring which they were obviously going to strip and sell the copper. They walked out with impunity loaded into their cars. The employees set by helpless. They drove off with thousands of dollars worth of goods and says the police lieutenant there he said once you've stolen from lowe's once and no they can't stop you. There is no real consequence. Second thing is these people know. They're not going to go to jail so the cops frustrated as the rest of us in places where they have legalized crime. So some some of the morons in charge of the world believed the honor system would work. I guess i mean did they. Did they think that. Like i'm not gonna steal no matter what you could completely decriminalized stealing and i'm not going to steal but there's a chunk of society that will steal unless there's a penalty elliott has been always will be and d. Did you think that that went away. I'm like what do they actually think. Yeah i know. They're dreamers unicorn as i often described them. There are people who have a grasp of reality that is purely formed in the classroom and their social classes and they have no idea how human beings actually behave and a little more north west round up for your hair is the north west texas. Lieutenant governor dan patrick lamb in portland leaders as depraved accused of putting residents in grave danger in response to the city's plan to ban buying any goods or services from texas jam. Whatever in response to the the abortion law thing said the The assistant governor. Whatever the heck his his title is. he said he said portland is a dumpster. Fire have no right to tell anybody what to do and how to live their lives etcetera etcetera and he says meanwhile portland a dumpster fire and texas is thriving and finally this mayor ted weasel of portland. We've been on him for a very long time. he's talking about. It was on august twenty second couple of weeks ago when there is that running street battle between the proud boy types in the antifa types. And they're just spraying each other with chemicals and rain and fists and sticks and beat the hell out of each other and the cops. Just let it alone. They just go ahead. You want to beat the hell out of each other. Go ahead tell me. Ted weasel is now saying that was probably not the right policy. I don't have time to finish the story on the other side of the break. I'll tell you what else he said. I think conceivably that unicorn. Ian is finally waking up a little and the latest on mass. That's our new term covers masks and vaccines maximes. 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It's fantastic it's a tad expensive. But they will do it in our for the armstrong and getty show a lot of you. Don't get our for via the airwaves. But you can get it later today via podcasts. At armstrong and getty dot com salutes. Grab it sounds like witchcraft. I'm telling you it can be done. So ted weasel mayor portland pronounce it wheeler. He admitted that the city didn't quite have the right strategy for the running antifa proud boy speech birds street battle rather on august twenty second. It is clear based on the public outcry on the media outcry on the national front that the strategy was not the right strategy. He said during the portland city council meeting. I think we can all acknowledge that i take full responsibility for it and they said portland was still trying to find the right recipe for handling riots. Somewhere something between an overwhelming police presence and no police presence. What's it's been tested throughout the centuries. There's only one way to deal with a riot. Overwhelming police presence. It's the only thing that works in now. We're not comfortable with that strategy and part on. We don't want anybody to get mad like that mayor weasel. I'm not sure. I understand your question. The phrase i take full responsibility needs to be retired in no longer means anything. There should be a sanction for it. Heavy fines at the very least local residents claim they felt terrorized and abandon his rioters and helmets and gas masks. Some armed with baseball bats. Paintball guns confronted each other spokesman for the portland. Police bureau said authorities monitored the clash from an airplane. Oh that's effective. City officials warn the public in advance. That police would not be intervening in the protest reactions as a reaction claims that police presence exacerbated crowd tensions. That's the unicorn. Ian pot-smoking uber liberal view and portland. The only reason there's violence is because the place there which is just so stupid past riots and protests that have resulted in injuries and property destruction have made the city open to try new plans for dealing with such clashes. The mayor said he does point out quite right. That portland is unique in that way seem to be ground zero for all right groups to come into our town because they know they'll get a response They do but it doesn't mention the hundred twenty five nights in a row or whatever it was that they permitted practically permitted rioting in portland with an underwhelming police presence. Which made it utterly clear to everyone across america. Ted joe biden. Everyone that political violence is okay. And then you end up with january six and you say how did this happen will form a commission. It's unbelievable so president biden is going to release his six pronged approach to take it on. Covert some point today and the leaks out so far or that it's going to demand vaccines from all federal workers and a bunch of masks stuff and He's gonna push for booster shots and we'll probably discuss it tomorrow. After it comes out. I want to examine each and every prong carefully personally before i report on it. Gotcha i thought this article kinda similar on a similar similar thing to what joe just talking about interesting in the wall street journal day about this guy named ben dugan who works for cvs. His job is battling a forty five billion dollars crime spree. I'll just read a little of the article. Ben dougans sat in an unmarked sedan in. San francisco's tenderloin neighborhood. One day last september waiting for the cvs to be robbed he tracked a man entering the store and watches. The fief stuffed more than a thousand dollars of allergy medicine into a trash bag walked out and did the same to other nearby stores before loading them into a waiting van. Mr duggan recall the target was no ordinary shoplifter. He was part of a network of organized professionals known as boosters who and i didn't know this stuff i thought it was just like random people stealing because they figured out you could steal. I didn't know they were this organized. Whom cvs had been monitoring for weeks. The company believed the group responsible has stolen more than fifty million dollars in products. Over five years. Wow from dozens of stores in just in northern california more than fifty million dollars worth of stuff all in northern california. Cvs where they've decriminalized. Crime the job mr dugan the cvs health course. Top investigator was to stop them. Retailers spending millions of years to battle organized crime rings that steal from stores in bulk and then pedal the goods online off and on amazon dot. Com's retail platform according to investigators. Oh my gosh. Because i was thinking i was about to say. They only got a tiny fraction of no fifty million dollars on the street. But now they're more sophisticated than that. It is a menace. That has been supercharged by the pandemic and the rapid growth of online commerce. That is a company did. That's how it became a forty five billion dollar annual loss for retailers in recent days and they think as many as fifty million dollars just from the cvs in northern california so it's an organized they steal all this stuff and they resell it on amazon. Like yeah like it's the mob you know. Granted i'm an old greybeard. But i remember when the police used to hunt down thieves and organized crime kelly. It wasn't that long ago where you wouldn't have been able to walk into three stores within a couple of blocks of each other and steal thousands of dollars with a stuff and just walk out. Somebody at the store would have stopped you but they don't do that anymore because of liability and or the cops twitter responded or they'd have been in the neighborhood. Allergy medicines are good example. So like if you use flonase like i do those little tiny bottles each one of them. It's like forty bucks to two bottles a for forty bucks something like that. It's expensive. it wouldn't be hard to shovel a thousand dollars worth of those into your Your bag and then resell them online right. So you know it's worth pointing out as we have many times the idiotic california law that if it's less than nine hundred fifty bucks worth of goods or so. It's a it's a misdemeanor which is just. It's nothing it's nothing in the criminal justice system these days. You're never going to get a serious sanction for misdemeanor. But these guys they don't even give a damn if they're stealing tens of thousands of millions of dollars worth of stuff. There's no justice. There's no law enforcement there's no justice. It's really quite unbelievable. It's almost worth seeing it happen because it's such an extraordinary experiment. I mean if somebody propose to you at age. Twenty five for instance. There's going to be a state that's going to decriminalize crime and see what happens. You'd think an american state. No you'd think whoever was suggesting that was on drugs. Yeah i know it is. It is crazy. But i don't. I don't know i just. I don't know i don't know anymore i don't know forever gonna come back from this or things ever normal again. Well things ever be normal again. I don't wanna use the phrase new normal no the old double n. i say normal but is that honestly what's going on air you keep because it's unsustainable right. It's not sustainable. They've already had whatever it is. Seventeen walgreens closed in san francisco in the last couple of years. Whatever whatever that numbers it's unsustainable you can't have towns without drugstores because you don't believe in crime anymore right. Well i think this brings us back to the joe getty unified theory of civilizations. They veer from guardrail. Guardrail they passed the sweet spot with no idea. They're in it until they crash into the guardrail on the other side so we were hard on crime. Perhaps over incarcerating people maybe. The war on drugs was Poorly executed in some ways. Maybe it was unfair. Some ways and so. We've decided the only reason people ever commit crimes as their poor downtrodden. So we're going to remove any sanction for committing crimes and we will just crash into the guardrail of uncivilized behavior of of craziness of lack of safety but we have a weird combination in america. That's going on right now. That they don't have another country's it's a two pronged approach of a problem in that. You've got that attitude by some numb nuts. Who think crime is gonna go away or crime is only the fault of capitalism or whatever but like i was thinking i've been in places in mexico city i remember when i was in moscow various places. I've been where they had guards at the door. And you would come in. And they might pat you down or they'd give you the once-over and everything like that and it was pretty clear from the number of guards around the store ain't gonna lowney stealing around here. The difference between like mexico city moscow on the rest of the world in the united states is. You can't stop anybody or they claim all my neck. They arrested me and hurt my neck. And you get to sue the company for a million dollars and you win that exist in other countries. Yeah yeah wow wow. That's the double whammy that you get in america is he. Can't even tackle the guy running out of your store with a handful of diamonds. Because he'll sue you first. You're sticking me with your prongs. I get a double whammy. This show is too well. You know. I guess you got move to a red state or or i don't know i don't know it'll be interesting to see how it plays out. It has been so far. So i want to get to this when we come back because this is kind of a growing topic of conversation treating people differently in hospitals based on a number of things primarily around the vaccine. If you didn't get the vaccine that's your problem of the line and more and more people are buying into this idea Talk about that coming up next strong. If you're thinking about snacking on anything other than tasty cake the summer you are simply missed cagan. A melted milkshake. Miss cake crumbly sticky s'mores bigger mistake or worst of all you resort to baking. If it's not tasty cake it's a mistake. Because nothing satisfies like perfectly sweet butterscotch crimp it or rich and creamy chocolate peanut butter. Candy cake tasty cake accept no substitutes the armstrong and getty show dr foul said that if hospitals get anymore overcrowded. They're gonna have to make some very tough choices about who gets an icu. That choice doesn't seem so tough to me. Vaccinated person having a heart attack. Yes come right on and we'll take unvaccinated guy who gobbled horse goo rest in peace wheezy. Yeah and the crowd cheers like crazy and so we got a text on the text line as that is a growing topic of conversation. Hospitals are fulsome places with cova. Do you treat everybody the same whether they're vaccinated or unvaccinated. Well the answer is clearly yes but to me but more than that second. We got this text. I had a pediatric patient on my floor. This week must be a doctor. My chart was being audited because the patient was a minor. This pediatric patient was seventeen. Four hundred pounds and not vaccinated. So what exactly does this. Pediatric patient have in common with my five year. Old little girl. I'll wait here's the problem. My friend is that we've never gone down this road before. And if we start down this road of triaging based on your lifestyle decisions where does it end. How do you the heart attack. That jimmy kimmel was just talking about that guy. He eats fast food all the time. You got move him to the back of the line. He's he's fast food all the time he brought on the heart attack himself or he's overweight his is thirty. Be everybody that the bmi thirty move over there. Everybody the bmi over thirty. You move over here because we're going to the d- do you. I on cancer or broken ankle because your joints give out because your weight or all kinds of where would you stop with smokers. Obviously smokers you might as well way out in the parking lot you drink. You gotta wait over there. I mean there's no end to this once you start down the road of judging people by their lifestyle the emergency room and the hospital well over in the section where they stick the drinkers. Were somebody for beers. I'll promise you that motorcycle riders. Are you not even coming in. Because everybody knows that's dangerous. Compared to car drivers drove drunk will then. You definitely can't come in there. I'll be asli with that much. Thought into it. It's a non workable thing. But i saw some polling the other day. There's a lot of people that think it's a good idea. You heard the crowd. Just cheer their jimmy kimmel a lot of that has to do with the whole vaccine getting tied into trump. It's amazing how many things are colored by trump right and and just trump fans and their attitudes. It's wild because trump pushed as hard as he could to get the vaccines developed boston. And as we know that statistically doesn't make any sense anyway because in big cities there's all kinds of people that aren't getting the vaccination that i guarantee you weren't trump voters right well and then chemical kimmel throws in fresh points. The reference to ivermectin being horse. That morons are goblin down which is a complete myth. Yeah so there was a lots of hate there but the crowd loved it and cheered crazy Speaking of axiom. So joe biden is going to release his six prong plan to take on the pandemic today. One of the product wrongs many wrong. The i mean you only need four prongs to hold up table. Three really to hold up a stool. So you're you're you got twice as many bronze you need a six prong fork barely fit it in your mouth Twenty my son brought up the other day. I really want to eat somewhere where they have sports. So i guess. Kfc is bis choice for that. You know some kids. Want to go to tahiti their own car. Your kid wants to eat with a sport chairman. One of the prongs that has leaked out from joe biden is that he's gonna make it mandatory that all federal workers get the vaccine. La school district announced today that the voting is not going to happen. But it's expected to pat hasn't happened but it is expected to pass mandatory vaccine for any kid that can get which be over the age of twelve. Or you don't get to go to school now. The home vaccine mandate thing really. Hasn't meant much to me. Because i got the vaccine the first second i could and haven't really thought much about it. But as has been pointed out by joe and others the power of the government to mandate things. Because it's kind of emergency. Yes how far down the road do we go with that. And how soon would it be. They mandate something around climate change or they mandate something around gun violence well. I'm extremely uncomfortable with the idea of granting a sweeping new forced medical treatment policy and give that power to people who've been wrong over and over and over again and the fact that it's an intrusive a penetrative medical procedure. No less getting jabbed and something injected inside you. I wanna move very very slowly on this if there's one thing we've learned during delightful pandemic it's that the health authorities of america are not in large measure are not reasonable people who balanced their perceptions of reality based on a wide variety of human needs. They're just obsessed with one thing and we'll kill damaged destroy. Throw away anything else. Because it's not that one saying so. Yeah i'm not real comfortable with granting our beloved federal government the the right to forcibly jab people penalize you significant ways now insurance companies if they want to say look. You don't get vaccinated. We're gonna charge you an extra two hundred bucks a month because you're at super high risk. It's just like if you're a smoker to go back to that previous discussion. I think that's probably business. Are there any other penalties and insurance other than smoking. i yeah. there's a discount. I know our plan. If you do like three your primary care physician you get the pm or whatever and once a month there's a discount which is the same thing but just from a different direction but like just straight up penalty. Smoking the only one. I think that absolutely knocks cup. They don't do that would be my yet. no. I don't think so although again how. How do you distinguish one from the other. You can't Do you think this whole idea of hospitals treating people differently. Based on their vaccination has legs certainly seems to be gaining popularity among a certain kind of person well given the fact that vaccinated people can still have the video and still love. Put out virus and can still be contagious. It's it's not clear how long to what extent and all. I i don't even think they can make the argument will we don't unvaccinated people in here because we don't want the covert to spread so i don't know. I don't think that'll go anywhere. I really i really. Don't i also think that we're rapidly reaching the point where so many people have been either exposed or vaccinated that i think it's gonna fade into the background it's just gonna be like any other respiratory illness that's going to be around. I sure would like to know if i've had covert or not. Is there any way to find out what once you've had the vaccine you've got antibodies from the vaccine though. Oh yeah. I mean if we were way more advanced and the study of how many antibodies you have from the two possible. I don't think that if you've been vaccinated there's any way to figure out if you've had the covert or not next hour really interesting note from the world of science about living with co vid and we absolutely can. It's obvious it's expensive but it's obvious what we need to do about it. We'll talk about that touching reunion sort of thing from blue's clues if you ever watched that or your kids ever watch that all in our four and you did. You will come today. 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#1452 Complete Freakout

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#1452 Complete Freakout

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Shell he added on got to get on. Thanks tune in. Thanks down friend would love that about you right. Drew dude flu look at attitudes. What's up man. Got something to live on the love boat. Your bio rhythm will funny. You would bring the love boat up because that was what was on my mind for today's show. How ride guess why it's freaking me out man. Freak out freak out. If i'm having a full freak out about love. But i do this shit going on in my head i. It's it's not. I'm not sure it's healthy. But i am literally freaking out over love about so. I'll let you start. And then all sorta get into my stuff. Wh which there there have been two shows. I think since we talk somehow haven't seen both of them. Okay well the second one the freak me out. Which one did you say. I was watching the one. Where dr bricker revise siegfried okay. That's the one that freaked me out. Now you guys don't remember but bernie capelle. Yes i and i don't know about i. But he came into prominence. He hit the scene on get smart correct. Where and and get smart. I've not gone back and revisited. But get smart was a funny mel brooks show from the sixties starring. Don add up if your member. It's the one with the opening sequence where he goes through all these uh yeah. They also went through a lot of different cars at the opening. Yes had that red convertible. He had harm aghia arm and he had a he had On one season he had like a sunbeam tiger outline or the other. and i. you know it's back when we were in such a void. I mean there's a there's a thing and we can all kind of remember this like it's it's the the analogy i always uses. You know you go to one of these places you have your tires balanced then remounted or whatever you find yourself sitting in the waiting room with the bad coffee from styrofoam cop and you're just sitting there and it's going to take forty minutes and at some point your cookie butter cookies. Maybe at some point you pick up a piece of literature and that piece of literature is you know. Midas percents the do's and don'ts of tire balancing any just sort of look at him you know because you're essentially in a prison and you know the the reason people take up are drawing imprison is because you're left alone with a pencil and pad you know that wouldn't work at home. You have tv and the outdoors and you know humanity but anyway so we're such a void of entertainment that just the beginnings of shows with music and oh look he's got a red car but how much is the full orchestra. That's playing at the beginning of get smart. Yeah so it's like thirty five piece orchestra. The themes were big and soaring. Integrates jet just saying you didn't have anything better to do right now. You would power through that opening now. That was a show. You were watching because you know who cares to me you know the opening of speed racer with half the show song. There's movement out stuff happening but in get smart. The was control interesting. Get smarts group was called control and the bad group was called chaos and when i think about bernie sanders. ao see. i realized they're kind of working for chaos. Because i don't know what their agenda is other than chaos at the from the world. Yeah well just. Let's tear down ever statue. Let's let's let's infuse racism into every subject like it. Just it feels. Like i may need to go back and study a new tv show. Yeah so Bernie capelle played zigfried. Who was this. You know german. Russian kind of you know agent who worked for chaos and if it was always funny with the accent and the stuff back you know back when if you you're german guy. They put a little scar on your cheek. And you anywhere monocle. That's who he was now. It's some point in almost all bad tv series At some point somebody plays an actor. That's in the cast place their twin or their cousin or their whatever. They just put a mustache on the guy and he doesn't accent. Somehow i blame the patty duke show then of where it started that you know you have an opposite and they talk to each other on the tv screen at the same time yes. It was such a novelty novelty. So anyway. He came back as the bumbling detect german detective. Who was the because there is a jewel thief and blah blah blah. But the point is is by. The way was adored by which he seemed to miss. Probably the hottest actress they've ever had on the love boat to that point one of him and i didn't go down the rabbit hole. Who she was. I went down real says rabbit hole. Did you did you to i was. It's always you know. He was hired to protect her diamond in travel with her but she had fallen for him. Although it's unclear why anyone would fall fall for this kind of bumbling. You know. Greg norman her and mistreating her right and and i mean obviously get his attention. Real version of that guy is an insane insane person but yeah it was I watched bejesus out of that. And then you know then. There was the Temperamental chef in on his Nouveau nouveau cuisine. The cuisine how dare you yeah. So there's there's there's little history embedded in that because at that moment nouvelle cuisine was a thing that was invented That was when we invented. But before that moment in the seventies french food was rabbit in chocolate sauce or chateaubriand gigantic servings of meat in stews and things and then it became these tiny little servings that were sort of accustomed to these days in quote. Fine food That would but that was a controversy. The yes yeah. So those were my love boat. Thought so my freak out The bernie coping. Fremantle a bit. As i and i was reminded as watching that if something that you brought up several months ago that i thought was great. Insight which is the the the shiny object we had before television was vaudeville and we were really still under the influence of villain alati stories particularly that story The when they did comedy they were doing vaudeville And that that that bit of history did not come clear to me until now i just thought it was just. That's what comedy was on television. And interestingly i saw when he was mega mcleod talking about i think it was love boat and he was saying that it was fashioned. After those storylines after love american style Which was also very over the top. You know unrealistic. Yeah another another big opening with big songs and soaring fireworks fireworks just this idea. The beginning of americans had fireworks on tv. That was and watch the fireworks. With essentially what i was doing. What hat does with an aquarium. Their stuff move. Yes yes that was our childhood right anyway. So so here's the out. So i'm looking at one of the storylines. Is richard base heart foyer to the bottom of the sea right. Yeah who is he was the submarine captain and that the tv series. And he's now at a wheelchair because he's been traumatized in a car accident. Where's family is killed. And he's has conversion reaction. It can't walk right not psychologically based to prowl. A was it. Oh you didn't see him. Burn capelle dr bricker delivers that news site. After i didn't get that. Oh yeah that must have been toward the end but they would do a lot of lines from back then where they'd say like you know she you know there's always a woman who's unreasonably interested in the person you should show no interest by the way fiercely aggressively hostile to her right really obnoxious right but they always do that thing where they go in that car crash and not only lost my wife but a part of me right do that. Part of me died. I can't feel anymore right. Yeah they're looking up. Feel my legs. I can't feel my soul right. Okay got it so again over the top. Melodrama problem with all that stuff is why are you. that's what susan kept. Ask is why did you come on. Why is he there. S questions okay. So he's on this bruce and he is the woman that were saying that he was reacting. So violently against was joan fontaine I went to a big rabbit hole with these guys. Jones contain was livid. Heavens sister And if you. And when. I saw the win. Yeah yeah played The one that was involved. Ashley has the baby in. Yeah in the movie right joan. Fontaine was one of the most famous and commercially active actresses of all time I went down a rabbit hole. Her i to be offered like hundred pages. It's ridiculous and i found a quote of her saying yeah. I work so much that want to think about getting old just kept working working or four husbands never home etcetera etcetera but really highly accomplished highly decorated. A really serious performance. And i noticed. I heard gavin macleod. Going on about how. He was so taken libya. The heaven was on the show and i could tell he was very turned on but not turned on but as an actor like oh i'm here i am with joan fontaine and how he was performing with her right which is what he liked about doing. The show he said in an interview. Yeah so in a in a way it would be like if i got the job on a schmaltzy sitcom any hour long. Whatever schlocky bad network whatever and then it some point down the road work with john ritter in a tv video show. Yes but at some point bryan cranston would come on as a guest or what you name robert downey junior something. These huge stars were they doing on my crappy and i get to interview them. This is great. I love doing this right. Well you don't get to interview or whatever the you work with them whatever. The situation is all right. So yes that is there. But let's just start with serious. I was reminded of. What don wells told me about natalie holloway. Who is mrs howl that. Tv turn famous. Movie stars into these cartoon. Characters from gilligan's island table to marianne on wells told me that she was having dinner. Lunch with natalie holloway for natalie holloway. Natalie helped me. Mrs hal natalie. Holloway was the guys got to help me. It's natalie natalie. Natalie mrs hal. Just give me the last name Ping this crowd they'd only been on. Tv for two weeks as gilligan's island who said this crowd developed and john wells. Mary pink pinks getting getting a hotdog. Natalie schafer thank you thank you and don l. e. l. Mary and said you know you've been this incredible pedigree as a movie actress for thirty years. Now you're cartoon character and your insanely famous for gilligan's island how ironic that wasn't what. Tv was doing to people who thought about themselves as series actors and film and film. Was this highly sort of elevated art form. At the time. John was definitely part of that. So let let's your first thing. John fat fantomas. What age did she appear to be like when you think about look at that woman at from our perspective now older. She's looked like she was in her mid later. Sixty eight or sixty. Maybe even seventy right lady seventy. I mean by today's standards my age exactly in that in that rally and that freaked me out when i was a freak out. Yeah well i'm trying to figure out or is it. So that's why freak out started finger on go ahead well. Is it the fashion of the times of the trends of the times. Mean we all you know you see a fifty year old woman and then they go back and see a picture from the late eighties and in our mind. She looks better now. But it's only because we didn't have the hair stuff in the fashion look. Goofy are is it that people look younger now. Are they act younger now or will. That was what was swirling around in my head. So i then i turn my attention with that same thinking going on. We'll what about richard base heart. How he's the love interest. How does he look. He looked like he was in a mid seventies or late seventies. Maybe yeah i mean. I don't know i. He was two years older than me. Wow this thing was film Freak out out now. Richard base art. I could tell from his voice that what i was looking at their with cigarettes and he died of a stroke like four years later Multiple strokes actually wheelchair never got back into it in fact But so there. I mean that's that's part of the aging process back then was cigarettes accelerated everything horribly right so i thought maybe joan fontaine dismantle but cigarettes for while there to probably right. I mean thirties forties fifties. Yeah probably one reason why she may have the goal of but she lived to almost a hundred. Wow yeah and i just was. I just started thinking about not so much end of life but in a weird way. There's a lot of information about aging in in love boat. How people manage in their careers across an lifespan. You know what. I mean I mean this is a woman who is legendary film. Actress in the golden age of hollywood on the schlock. Tv show looking like hell. Frankly though did a good job did she feel good amount. That is that what she was long into. Do right then. How the next thirty years ago after that. And what did you look seventy five. What the. And then i then i start thinking about myself. This is what i want to talk to you about like. Then i started thinking well how much longer i going to do this. Shit and what am i gonna do you know. What am i really up to right now. How do manage that. And how much longer do i got it. How much longer is it relevant or meaningful purposeful. That i should keep put myself out there. You know what i mean. It gave me a thousand out. A thousand dollars dow freak out red note folk down broke van. I wrote the outlet me for four free kalemie warned by louis. Remind everybody simply say if you won't freak out if you're simply safe safe secure feeling as a kid you had getting into bed. Not the swirly wurley freak out. 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You had paper towels in their paper towels in the bathroom for four years freak out. I've been here four years and says paper towels. What about four years from now. How am i going to feel about this. I've totally freaked out completely. Douse the the timeframe that i realized that they've been four years. Since i team paper towels paper holder. I long hauler helped me. So what do i do with all this early stuff Just forget it. we'll focus. Today i will tell you after the break all right so told you. I freaked out. Yeah complete freak out. Yeah thank you joe container. richard base. Hard you must you must involve yourself in project build a car wheel career oriented wheels wheels. And we have to you have to get a money would say that getting fluent in french is my project. Chance really helped me. It has helped me a lot but he did get a little upset. If a little more tactile. I understand your point but again. Get a little obsessed obsessive with it. You know. it's an interesting would be an interesting study. Yeah they always talk about in the past when a couple or anyone is involved with a large scale home renovation that it's a very stressful time. Yeah well that was in the past. I wonder now with all that's going on. If a couple that's involved with a renovation is less stressed than the average person. That's in their apartment watching cnn all day. We we just did that. And i argue. You're correct and not only that much higher level of appreciation of what you get right really wanna use using that model. Maybe you need a project all right so wait thought last time problem and that is all right. I'll bring mexico. This could be a separate topics. Okay all right come on. Let's go to be professional shouli. Gentlemen how old are you. Wow shouli from the stern show good to hear your voice man likewise you know i've been a big fan of you guys for many many years When i was failing horribly a construction i used to listen to you. Guys all the time When i had all my crappy jobs on the way home you guys would always entertain me. So it's a pleasure to speak to you. guys thank you. yeah i I was the same way. I i work construction. I i work construction. I listen to love line. So i know what would say you could do that. I could do. I thought i could do it. But i'm never going to. Yeah yes i had a my first gig was a plumbing gig and the guy was like a friend of the family and israeli guy and he he puts me to do a mainline to dig out mainline like crack somewhere which i didn't. I had no idea what that meant. And he drops me off with some shovels pickaxes. And then i realize it's like this is like a five day thing like you have to dig like three four feet down. You gotta go. I don't know how many across until you find this route that's busted through the pipe. And after after day one i went to home depot and i picked up three guys and I was it was done in two days and He came by the check on it. He saw the whole job was done and he goes Did you do this. And i said yeah. Yeah did he go you my main line guys on our mainline by doing i have to admit to that. I hired three guys from home depot. Do it for me. Yeah do you don't want to be the main line guys that no you wanna aris too much. Yeah sorry. I do. I do want to ask you Because i seen following you on social media but you guys see a lot of the stuff that's going on in la. I was in new york when the pandemic hit. I got out of new york Because things just teary-eyed overnight in our neighborhood which was a nice neighborhood and we moved down. South where i have you know ten times as much so my money that i had in new york peace of mind and my questions you guys is. Is that a serious thought for you guys about getting out of there because it's not it doesn't look like it's getting any better. Yeah i funny. I woke up this morning. i saw a An email from adam schiff He's the guy was on the the trump russians stuff for three years Our our representatives congressman doing the lord's work. And he was like you know we gotta stop this Republican gavin newsom recall. This is nothing but cunanan thing and it was like look republican democrat. Whoever you are do you really want to defend gavin news. Do you really. It is by all objective standards and measures california's just coming undone and this notion of like. Oh well now we're on the on the surge you know we're heading back toward the lion. No we are not not even close and yes we shall be getting out of here. My kids are in in high school and soon as they're out of high school i think i think we will definitely see about going. Well the good news. Is i mean if you really think about it You can drop the screen. Gary let. Let's just do this. Let's just do this little thought experiment. If you lived in california your whole life. If i went back to you circa two thousand and twenty shouli. How much did you spend time in california. Oh yeah. I grew up in california. You moved there from israel. So i'm okay. High school in california fluent hebrew and he tells people off he hides that until they speak ill of him interviews presents off at all right. So let's just do three. California long-term irs thought experiment. You know what i mean. If somebody said to you in the year two thousand you have to leave california you have to go find another state and you can't go to new york and you can't go to florida well in the year. Two thousand you would've gone for the fuck go choices gas. I could go to oregon or denver. Maybe it'd be denver something now. Two thousand and twenty one. You could put a a list together. You want arrive like art. Dr with your eyes closed right. My thing is does it have a pf changs and if it's got a pf james. I could go. It's not just because i love. Pf changs certain degree of develop. Yeah and so you know when when i start talking about going to bozeman montana or something people like are you nuts. Twenty years ahead. Yeah there's forty places you could think about going you. No no no. It's more i think about going because it's different than two thousand u. har- diet ago hunger to go really motivated to go. I mean to go to nashville to go to austin to go to denver to place. I mean oh my god. It looks so appealing for me. I was driving down the one ten about six months ago. Just after recovering cove. And i thought this place is worth fighting for god. Damn it and i'm stick it out and that's when we did a major sort of renovation to home and it makes me feel like we're here for a while but i'll hit threshold where that's it for me to you. Know just rent everything and go somewhere limited trailer somewhere. I don't care shouli. how's it is back to my freakout. Dude what's What's going on with stern. Are you part of that or you're doing it remotely. How's that working well. What happened was when everything turns to shit We were working from home. And and i talk to management and said does it matter where home is and they said no so. We started looking places. Jersey connecticut try to stay somewhat close. It was all the same stuff. You know pricewise And then. I have friends that i've had for a while out in huntsville. Alabama crew told me years ago to buy property out here because this area's booming and here we are way of my wife. Two kids Two cats and a dog in a two bedroom apartment in queens Under quarantine. And i look on google seats. A fourteen hour drive and we started looking online at different real estate. And see what we can get for our money out there compared to what we have in new york and we said look we're trapped in an apartment or we can be trapped for fourteen hours in the car and go check out a new place and see what the hell it is because you know if you told me five years ago. I'm moving to huntsville alabama. I told you you're out of your mind but when we came out here it was like everything that was going on everywhere else was not happening. Here that's what. That's what i keep hearing. Surely which is that. The problem is that the united states. The problem is that we live in los angeles. Were new york new york. Whatever people here are living their lives now. People in new york assume that everybody's coughing on everybody. Nobody's wearing masks. It wasn't the case you couldn't go into establishment here without a mask on but people weren't preaching. They weren't creatures politics they want. They have parking spots for law enforcement as the front of stores like whole here are so well mannered so respectful. You see kids mowing lawns. You know it's probably 'cause they still beat them but whatever works and listen to. Yeah it's just it was. I had peace of mind immediately once we got out here and and then the other thing for me was work i just. I wasn't happy with work. A lot changed when we started working from home I feel like it became a bit of a different show. A little little politics heavy and wasn't really my bag and so We try to work something out where they offered me less money And i said that's fine. As long as i can do something on my own podcast. Then they went back and said That that wasn't going to happen. So i just said you know what i will take my chances. I will bet on me. Thank you for fifteen amazing years No hard feelings no talking shit. I'm gonna move on. And i'm going to try to start my own and i started a podcast in january. That is still going strong and Now have peace of mind everywhere. you know. it's it's amazing. Yeah you know it strikes me that what people want is very simple and unfortunately to the super progressives it's old fashioned and so what they're kinda doing is is like people want security and then went community and they don't wanna be bossed around and they don't wanna governors under the boot and they don't want to be locked down and then went their schools. You know they they want all the the most boring you know middle america bullshit. That's what everyone wants. And you know. I feel like bernie and gavin. Newsom are trying to talk everyone out of it like you don't really want this. You want this progressive stuff you want you know you wanna live in a community. Where housing is you know. You don't want people moving to the suburbs and driving a car and having land going hunting the you don't want that you want this and it's sort of. It's sort of like vegans trying to talk. People out of meat. Meat is murder. You know if you've ever seen factory farming you see every see films how they kill the cows and it's like i wanna fuck steak. Don't that's ugly. that's an ugly old. That's what your dad wanted. You don't want that you want the impossible burger. It's like no. I don't and it's it's a battle. And so what happens is as they try to convert their feifdoms in to that you know. Here's the future right. People like us go. I don't want to live that way. I wanna i wanna live an. I'm i'm with you thousand percent. I was a california snob. You go to you know you go to these places in wisconsin. I travel the country up. Do stand up. Everywhere i go. People are nice. The friendly the. There's not all this judgment going on and all this stuff. I it's like. Yep that's what we want. We want the boring shit. That is of a bygone era. But it's only it's only bygone because it happened before us. That doesn't mean we don't want it right. Some people pump. Some people pump the brakes on life. I wanted to pull the handbrake on life and because i've been running at a pace at a tempo for the last fifteen years that i put my work number one and my family maybe number three that i don't even know they were number two. I had to stand up. I had the show so once we got locked down and i got to reconnect with these people. I was like okay. My play authorities are ass backwards like these guys. I wanna give them a better life. I don't want. I'm looking at people throwing shit off a balcony towards my apartment that if it hits one of my kids or my wife could kill him. You know and i'm like what are we doing here. Why am i paying for this job. With the podcast. It's awesome what one before we go. Give us that hebrew curse that you throw around on airplanes well it was a hebrew coupled at that was city i was gonna middle seat and may were sitting on either side and i politely asked him if they wanted to switch and they they declined rudely and then i woke up with the husband Handing the baby to ham to his wife that that didn't have when when this journey started and and i said no he said. Can you hand the baby. My wife and i said no. And he says to his wife in hebrew zelezny so now dom which means. That's why i hate them man and and i was. I was more pissed that he didn't know i was that what said but i replied lexi's am musyoka daca. Which means why don't you fuck your mother and harass hall and The baby went back right away and nobody in the row or has very right. Thank god bless love. You i would love. I would love for you guys. Come on my show. Of course. I don't want to go and nowhere together. No no no. Thank you for years of entertainment guys. 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"Southern colorado never stops neither do we. This is no co now presented by shanin agency. Here's tanner swint. Welcome in good wednesday morning northern colorado. Let's bring it today all right. We've got a lot to talk about a lot to about resurrection christian School backs down from their battle with larimer county. That was a big story. We talked about last week. Resurrection christian pretty much said. Hey you show up. We're gonna call the cops but apparently that is not what happened. We'll discuss that are accessors. Hair inflator poll question. Are you surprised. Gavin newsom survived and defeated the recall attempt on him in california. This dude i in in my opinion he's slimy he signed me if and this is this is the thing right. This is what has drove me crazy about politicians. Oh i mean probably always but especially in the last year last year and a half. It's the do as i say. Not as i do mentality from our politicians republicans and democrats alike when ted cruz and in texas. They have this massive ice storm. That comes through this blizzard that knocks out the power grid. Ted cruz goes cancun. Cruise takes out to texas at a such terrible look. You're elected by those people things get hard. Do you do jam potty private jet and head to mexico that's an issue. I won't forget that. And i hope you know i don't i don't know if he's going to run for president again but i hope people don't forget that mayor michael hancock. The denver mayor right on it was in november of twenty twenty right when things were really breaking out again. Says don't travel for thanksgiving right after governor said if you travel. You're pretty much killing grandma. The weird time. We're living in pretty much killing your grandma mayor. Hancock says yeah what he said and then mayor handcock jumps on a flight and goes and sees his daughter out of state and in hell. I said at this time it was. I was actually on an airplane. When that news broke i was traveling to. So it's not the fact that he was traveling the fact that he was telling other people no. Don't you dare go see your family. I'm going to go see my family though. That's what i had an issue with. Do as i say not as i do. But maybe the king of hypocrisy when it came to cova in covert restrictions was in is california governor gavin newsom. When you couldn't even walk inside a restaurant you couldn't do anything inside at all in gather with more than three people gavin newsom was. There is pictures of him at these elaborate parties tons of people over whether it be at his house or restaurant. This happened multiple times. He was the king of this and it happens so bad even california the most democratic leaning state in america. You're gonna dance for this one and they put together a recall gavin. Newsom one that he did defeat. We're going to discuss that coming up later on but are you surprised by that. It honestly kind of feels like maybe there was a shot for a minute but we'll talk about the results and all of that coming up. Be a part of the text line today. The talk a grill tax line eight five. Three zero zero zero four three eight eight five. Three zero zero zero four three. That's the new text line so if you were On the old one you have to put this number in you. Don't have to retest. Kfi anything like that. Even if you're new subscriber you don't have to text cave. Just start firing your thoughts out there. Eight eight eight five. Three zero zero zero four. Three the 'tatanka grill text line inside a big kramer's wedge store in kersey and in greeley. Gimme your thoughts on that coming up in this show. We'll have Rob environment will get an update of the on the cattle market. What's going on with that And man talk about some of the futures. This is something that i look. I know it's a little bit off of what we normally talk about. But the market control so much of the northern colorado economy that it's really important for us to talk about and we're going to talk about that with rob environment owner of livestock exchange at a brush. Colorado we'll talk with robin about that. Also our number two greeley mayor. John gates joins the program. We'll talk with the mayor about covert updates the sea of greeley Updating its mask protocol will went into that decision. We'll talk with city of greeley mayor. John gates coming up in just a bit but before we get any of that. Let's get into news. Four northern colorado enjoy going outdoors hiking. I'm not hiker at all. I've never understood people. I went on one hike in my life. And i hated it. I don't even remember what the hell the name of it was over in fort collins And got up all the way to the top of the rock. And i'm like cool. I can see the same stuff. I'm just higher off the ground and it took us two hours to get here. And i'm sweaty not an enjoying it but there's a lot of colorado ones who really love that aspect of colorado being outside and next year you're going to have to pay a fee devil's backbone amid the county open space fee changes. That's right you're gonna have to pay a fee to be outdoors. Lerma county trail and open space users left. Pay slightly higher fees starting next year including a new fee for devil's backbone open space. That armor county board of commissioners unanimously approved the new fee and overall fee increases tuesday starting in january day use permits annual permits in camping fees in county manage areas will increase be increased by about ten percent larimer county department of natural resources director. Dalen said in a presentation to commissioners to use devil's backbone open space sound trail head in loveland. Which has been free. Users will either need an annual pass or pay a ten dollar alien like many other popular county open spaces and parks including horseshoe threads war and carter lake. Think it's really important for us to make sure that caesar equitable across the system. And i doubt having a fee at devil's backbone of very highly used open space was not a good policy to have any commissioner. Kristen stevens said we don't want certain parks to be subsidizing. Other more used parks. It just doesn't make sense. Dave permits at all other county. Natural areas will increase from nine dollars to ten dollars. An annual passes for vehicles will increase from ninety dollars to one hundred dollars fig said. The fee increases needed to keep up with the county's anticipated population growth and inflation. We're seeing a lot of that lately. So they're gonna is gonna change anybody's mind from not going one dollars for the day pass. It's still and look it's still cheaper than a lot of the A lot of other activities that you might want to go. Do i get that. But there's just something about it and maybe this is just me. There's something about it that doesn't think maybe we should be getting charged to go and enjoy the state that we're in and get the money goes to goes to good use and preserving the parks and things of that nature. It's just a weird very weird concept to me next story here for news for northern colorado. Coming out of the review tribune son arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after stabbing stepdad. And evans. morgan. Mackenzie a forty four year. Old man arrested for doing exactly that. It's stabbing his stepfather over an argument. About what you know when you see this what you get stabbed. Oh i got an argument. Oh my god we check politics. We're talking co vid restock in abortion. What were you talking about. No it was not as he was stabbed over an argument about sprinklers. On august sixteenth in evans over sprinklers. He now faces second degree assault and attempted murder charges. Just before ten thirty. Pm and evans. Police officer responded to report of a stabbing in thirty six hundred blocks of empire street. When he arrived on the scene he spoke with joy in nelson a witness and mother the forty four year old suspect clinton pill joy until the officer that our son was living with her and her husband mark nelson when peel. Return home that night. He began arguing with her husband in the kitchen about the sprinklers. According to arrest records sky must really care about is on. The mother said peel grabbed a steak knife and thrust downwards in the mark shoulder withdrew the knife in acted as if he was going to stab him again. The couple fled the scene. After the stabbing the mother appeal reported that she believed her son was starting to establish husband the neck but missed. She said he was trying to kill. Mark nelson the of the stabbing advise the officer. He was located in the kitchen when people showed up and started an argument about the sprinklers again. Sprinklers mark nelson claims that his stepson said he would rather kill him then listen to him and then proceeded to stab him with a steak knife work nelson said he believed peel was attempting to kill him. He was treated for his injuries and receive stitches for established owned at a hospital. The knife was found by police officers in the home where the bloodstain on the blade. The traveled three inches from the tip to the handle arrest. Records stated blood also found on the floor from the kitchen to the front door evans. Police officers conducted a search for peo- but they were unable to make contact on august. Twenty two days later police receive report that the suspect was under the back patio located in the backyard. His mother's house authors made contact and arrest appeal declined to answer questions during his interview. At the evans police department and was transported to the weld county detention center. Peel faces charges for the attempted second degree murder of mark nelson along with a second degree assault charge. He has disposition hearing coming up october twentieth. I mean you talking about one of the most bizarre stories out there normally when you think about a step data stepson altercation he'll take about forty four year old stepson. Don't you talk about that but nonetheless. That's what we saw. That's news for northern colorado. Got a couple more stories. We're going to get into just a little bit later. Our number two. I'm gonna give you my full thoughts on resurrection christian altering their course cooperating on covert outbreak protocols. We'll talk about that coming up in just a bit. Also we're going to talk about kevin newsome. Are you surprised by this. Hey don't be surprised. I make sure that your air conditioner and heater ready to go. It's that time of the year awad this morning. I'm like man. I almost need a jacket now my weight. What's the what's the temperature going to be in. My phone just went off. Okay sorry siri. What's the temperature going to be today. And the high is going to be eighty eight and a low of fifty five. That's a thirty three degree temperature. Swing so you never know when that. I know it's going to be coming in. I've heard as early as next week. Have your heater ready to go. Have your air conditioner ready to go as well and the only way to do that is to talk to air solutions angrily. It's routine maintenance it's just like servicing your car you gotta get it done and if you haven't had it looked at in a while you really really need to nine seven zero to one hundred twenty seven fifty three nine seven zero two hundred twenty seven fifty three that is air solutions angrily led me heard about him right here on. Kfi nineteenth time. Let's get a break. We'll come back on the other. Side gavin newsom. Still the governor california. We'll discuss it's no now presented by the jeanine agencies on northern colorado's voice one zero three point one at thirteen ten. Kfi cave prep sports. And the unc bears or northern colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. Well well well. Twenty twenty one in the political atmosphere just as crazy as it was in twenty twenty very strange times. No doubt about it but california man they. This was an interesting one to follow so accessories of the flair and hair poll question. Are you surprised. The gavin newsom defeated his recall attempt because he did defeated at a big reason. Why he has is because of an ominous forward message. Issued by california governor gavin newsome's campaign on the morning of august fifth. This service the shock democrats needed to take seriously recall election. That could remove him from office. The recall is close. That's all he had to say. But nonetheless gavin newsom is still the governor of california and still the governor of california and really as as. Nbc's gonna tell us here in this next clip. It was an incredibly close. Here is nbc political correspondent. Breaking the numbers down for you and as you can see the news. Brian with the checkmark. Nbc news is officially projecting that the recall attempt against kevin. This from the governor of california has failed. it's failing as you can see by the results. you're decisively. At this point we now have sixty percent of all the vote. Count it here in california. The recall right now is failing by a better than two to one margin the difference. There is two point seven million votes. That's a thirty five point margin between them so thirty. Five point margin there k. Two to one and look back and look back on this august fifth statement say. This recall is close. Something set off the alarm bells for governor newsom atom. Maury what was it. What was it that had governor newsom so concerned do you think it might have been the fact that his conscious was conscious was weighing on him. A little bit like man. I really messed up. I told people to do a lot of things. And i wasn't doing them and now it's going to come back to bite me. He was a little bit of regret to think for a moment. A human moment one that everybody has i. I really messed up. Why did i do that. Now it's gonna come back and bite me. But for his august fifth Message saying this rico's close to where we sit today on september fifteenth where he is defeated. This recall by a two to one vote. was it really that close newsome's warning in a fundraising email came just days. After poll indicated the once popular democratic governor who was elected in a two thousand eighteen landslide was facing the unthinkable prospect of losing his job in a state that hadn't elected a republican in a statewide race in fifteen years in fifteen years. The races close enough to start thinking about what it'd be like if we had a republican governor california. Sorry to put that to put the thought in your head but it's true newsome's campaign wrote. Is there a little bit of a crack in the wall now. Because i don't think anybody certainly. I didn't could or would predict that. There would be a republican that would even threat for the gubernatorial spot in california. I don't think anybody would have predicted that and still in a recall election. It was close for a minute. The alarmists message was quickly incorporated into nuisance remarks on the campaign trail. He was in serious trouble. He warned the sequence of events combined to create a turning point in the race and helped energize california's dominate democratic voters. Who until then appear to be greeting the contest. With a collective shrug it was a great political ploy from gavin newsom. There's no doubt about it because again when you have these special elections you have these recall elections. You only get the extremists that come out and vote but that message got people to act. He wanted landslide win with about sixty five percent of the vote. A major lesson of newsome's decisive win is quote. You can wake up the base new. Some strategies sean. Clegg said this week. The base may start out asleep but you can wake up. The base. niece's victory also provides him with a dramatic comeback story. The is likely to employees. He seeks to broaden his popularity popularity in advance of a twenty twenty two real action race while seeking to return his name into discussion about future. Presidential candidate isn't this something like. Isn't this still enough firepower. Did if he does decide to run for president. That would be like. Hey remember that time. The you almost lost to republican you. You said it's close in california. Is that really. This decision concentrating. The narrative on the threat of republican upset in the nation's most populous state became a self fulfilling prophecy. Were the more you talk about it. Being close the more democrats pay attention said los angeles based democratic consultant. Michael trio who is not involved in the campaign so it does bring up the question. How close was it ever. And what do we take away from. This was this just a great political ploy from gavin. Newsom or for a second. Was there a crack in the democratic wall holding everything up for democrats. The fear of losing the ca- california governor see also opened up national fundraising pipelines. That gave nat Newsom avast cash advantage over his rivals that concern also provided a connection point with minority communities. About how their lives could change with a conservative republican governor in sacramento newsom also benefited at other critical junctures at the campaign with strategy decisions by his campaign and other factors involving happenstance or even luck the state collection and outstanding windfall of tax dollars resulted in a record surplus allowing news to dispense billions in funding for an array of programs from cleaning up trash to early education in homelessness in what democrat said was a fortune fortunate. Turn for newsome. The election was reshuffled. When conservative talk show host. Larry elder entered the race in july. The lawyer and author who could have become the state's first. Black governor quickly merged as new chief for and the raise came into sharper. Focus for voters as a one on one matchup. Eller came to the race with conservative libertarian principles there were out of step with many of the states left leaning voters. He is a supporter of former president. Donald trump who is a reviled figure in california outside of his conservative bates. Elder is critical of the line. Mark roe v wade decision on abortion rights has spoken opposition to the minimum wage and promised erase state vaccine mask mandates. That newsom has insisted save lives. So as soon as larry elder entered this race it kind of woke up democrats again but this whole thing drives me just a little bit nuts with everything going on. I talked about this couple weeks with with when the afghanistan situation was at its peak vice president harrison president biden campaigning in california for gavin news. Like isn't there bigger fish to fry. I get it california's a huge state for democrats. But shouldn't we focused on. What's happening in afghanistan at the border with corona vires. Newsom came to the recall with advantages not shared by governors and other states democrats hold vast numerical edge over republicans california a nearly two to one margin or about five million voters as the target of the recall. The political committee backing newsome was allows d- allowed to raise unlimited funds which gave him the cash to flood tv screens with advertising. So sometimes it doesn't even have to be real you create panic and people and they'll act just like they did in california but on the other side for the republicans you spend this as a. There's a crack in the armor. We've a shot now. Penalises luke is here in the political political landscape little bit more interesting california than we would have thought text in your thoughts that to the 'tatanka girl sign eight eight eight five. Three zero zero zero four three eight five. Three zero zero zero four three. Our phone lines are also always open. 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Eleven another in colorado's voice one zero three point one and thirteen ten kfi k. Maqueda the cushion specialist studios. It's not go now on this wednesday. This week's flying by flying by looking forward to it right so over at severance coaching coaching. football three. no so far we've got the brush beat diggers coming up on friday night. It's our homecoming game. Brushes played really well so far looking forward to it but That's coming up this friday For me but this hopefully the weeks flying by for you really honored and and thankful to now be talking with our four by four. Vip guests The oh twenty twenty one be. Qa marketer award winter it is rob involvement with livestock exchange. Robin how are you. Congratulations on the award or thank you. I'm good yeah Kind of a surprise a nice thing not not many times. You get a national ward. So that's nice yeah. It was incredible to see this Papa by actually had a listener of mind sending this to me and said hey Just in case you hadn't seen this yet to talk with her about That that's that's got to be a pretty big feather in your head. where are you know. yeah i guess. Oh i'm not for sure what to say you know i'm i'm I'm very grateful for. Yes but i put my pants on one leg at a time. Just like everybody else before they find. So you know It just happened to be that that we did exceptionally well in that area so yes. I'm thankful for grateful for it and It is quite an honor. So yes so me. You're not gonna get a big head in. Stop talking to me or anything like that anytime soon. Now tanner i'll probably be there Maybe i should go to that ball game and and i'm not for sure to root four was going to say so so obviously we from my mother obviously being from down brush. We've got some really good friends and family. That are coming up. But i'm pretty sure they're going to be sitting on the sidelines. So it's going to be a good battle on friday night absolutely memory made and as things are awesome. No doubt about it. Robin let's let's get into it. I talked about a little bit earlier. but right now the high eighty-eight today The low was fifty five. So we're starting to see that time of the year in colorado where these just massive temperature swings are happening. And that's a really good a possibility that we could start to see some of these cow cattle other other Animals start to get a little bit of sick. Some sickness go round because of the switch up and temperatures. That is correct. So what are what are some things to help. Mitigate that or should people should be watching out for you know kanner it is It's really a struggle this year for You know we've had so much smoke damage that you know That's been in the air. That's also an issue as well as the temperatures changing just for the respiratory issues and So you know it's Things to look fors cavs. That aren't coming up to with their mom If you've got him in a lot if you brought him in some people are gathering already and pre conditioning Some of those calves that are you know have low ear or hanging down you might wanna tampa and all that Before you stress again with you know giving them the preconditioned shots and Cabs aren't coming up to feed Just it's it's tough on them and make sure and get the cavs up if you kathleen ended up you know. Wait i'm really you know hopefully Everybody out there a little bit. seasoned at this but As soon as you start to see that that hedera maybe a little bit. It's not running out there. No you don't need to get a covert vaccine to it. You need to. You need to start giving it some of these other antibiotics. Yep exactly and you know again. Years tuned committee affects drug reaction. Dryness affects drug reaction You know check with the your local veterinarians see what's working good You know see what kind of if you've got a pasture you've been on pasture and you've got a cap that sick maybe sick from fallen. Maybe he's got dust pneumonia from following the cows trailing him to to water You gotta cap in the yard. you know. try to identify the type of sickness. She have because again. It's not always just a broad spectrum treatment so try to identify the sickness. What it is why. It is and treated from that direction. So when you call you gotta sit calf. He's gonna say okay what's he doing. Well just cast been on the cows they you know they're in the section out here and they're traveling to the water tank. I think he's probably got dust ammonia going on. But i'm not one hundred percent. Sure you know so you know. That's where again pe reconditioning these calves and given these cabs pasarell and all that when they Go to grass is also help to build a better immunity form so just keep a good eye on them. you know. Know your stock talking with robin varamin. with livestock exchange are syrupy for before. Vip guests joining us. now robin. I was talking with a couple of people and and we're talking about you. Know some of the silage getting cut man. It seems like it's getting cut early. Is that because of a lack water in my just It might not believing that it's that time of year already. Well you know. Some areas are actually late and some areas are early so It is a combination combination of you. Know people don't understand what smoke really does to the environment so the corn in preparation doesn't mature like it should because it doesn't have the quality of air and corny there and i think you talked about that a while back how much Oxygen that corn puts into the air versus Rainforest you know. I mean i think i think there was that issue and and So there there are some things that are are definitely A factor in whether it was earlier whether it was late. You know it was early. Maybe it was something that wasn't going to make it. All it was late. They were waiting for the corn. Dan a little bit more. So it's hot and heavy in this area right now. Everybody's really gotten started here this last week and You know we just ask everybody with that. Going on people do put in a lotta long hours. Not that they don't always but sometimes you have extra health that you're familiar with so keep a good eye out there for trucks and then on the roads so no no doubt about it and i've been seeing Seen a lot of that going on lately as well rob environmental livestock exchange joining us With that being said to silence prices so far From what i've been seeing kinda of going through the roof right now yeah. It's kind of you know different than it was last year. Yup yup and it depends if it was guy land or arrogated or you know i mean. There's a lot of different factors playing into it this year. So you know Yes so it's just gonna depend upon where you're at and and What you got going but yeah. It's not quite what we're used to. That's that's i think that could be used for a lot of things that were sitting right. Now robin what do you have gone on at livestock. Exchange coming up in the near future in the near future shorthair feature would be tomorrow and we have a combined sale tomorrow and then it's hard to believe tanner the following week. We'll be onto every friday cavs and all that. So yeah near sale tomorrow. Combined sell everything. Cows way cows bulls pairs and breads and then We have one more friday off before we get in the swing things for fall but we do have a hey sale this saturday and there's lots of good. Hey out there lots of hey still coming in as we speak so We Saturday the eighteenth at ten o'clock hey sale here and they can log online to look at all those complaints. We've got alfalfa and grass. And we've got some straw and Kaley and so yeah. There's a a lot of varieties sitting out there for everyone to choose from and then again like you said you know the silage is up and I'm sure that the forge is gonna do the same thing so We're just we're just happy to be able to have the variety we do but they can sure log onto the website to look at that consignments for saturday September eighteenth sale and that would be at www dot livestock exchange dot org and If that doesn't answer any questions please pick up the phone. Call the office nine. Seven eight four to five on five or please call me on my mobile nine. Seven zero three eight zero three seven nine eight been. We appreciate you coming on your own award winner. Appreciate you still a still remember where you came from and i always know where my my my restart robyn. Thank you so much. I appreciate anything that we forgot to mention that when you need to get out to the folks in northern colorado now. I'm just gonna wish you good luck on your game this weekend. That needed i get a little bit early. I called one of the coaches down there in some way. I'm related to the head coach down there. I don't know we've got the same last name. But i call coaches down there any. It's what do you want. I'm not talking to you this week. So i'm still trying to be friendly but i guess this is the route we're taking well. It's kind of like They're drawing the line. That's exactly back to normal. Thank you so much for joining me. I appreciate it. We'll look forward to talking to the next week focused much. Tanner aches involvement with livestock exchange. Their check them out. I've got memories of going to that place Buying and selling cattle There are many many times and for nearly all my life so it's livestock exchange out of brush nine fifty one the time. Let's get a break. We'll come back on the other side. Wrap up number Our number one number one hour that works to my brain going already for our number one. We still got a full another hour to go. It's no co now on a wednesday morning. Let's hear from you northern colorado. Will you back radio northern colorado's voice one or three point one at thirteen ten. Kfi everything you need to know about. Northern colorado is unknown codes. Weekdays nine northern colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten. Kfi am just a couple minutes left here in our number one. Still a ton to talk about. This one came coming out of the fort morgan's fort morgan. Times excuse me by brian porter. Heidi genucel has announced her decision that she will be making a run at governor. The republican She's starting the campaign for the republican nomination for governor university of colorado region. She's the only statewide. Republican officeholder can all file paperwork to campaign for governor friday and launch campaign tuesday in her hometown of monument. Seventy four seventy two or announcing. Her campaign was to continue tuesday along the front range and that continue wednesday with a seven thirty. Am appearance in a acapulco bay. in fort morgan. She was to complete the first day of or tour at six. Pm tuesday at roach construction here in greeley. So we've talked about the republican party here in colorado it's been in shambles. Is heidi goal. The one that gets back A report from kyle clark at a nine news says that heidi canal scrubbed her social media after announcing her candidacy including her tweets from january. Sixth of two thousand twenty one. The day the insurrection when asked if that if voter should know how she felt on that day she said she didn't think that it mattered prior to serving as a region ganal founded camp. Bow wow that chain of dog daycare centers valued as a hundred million dollar brand in twenty twenty nineteen she wants she launched a she factor a digital and live platform for me millennial gen z. Women craving community growth in purpose with their daughter. Tori can also lead the nonprofit fightback foundation aimed at addressing bullying sex assault school safety and substance abuse among youth and serves on various board capacities. We'll keep our i on. Heidi can all the first to announce she is running as a republican candidate for the governor of colorado. Our number two coming up. We'll talk about resurrection christian. They've decided not to fight the good fight. They're going to obey the county's orders. We'll discuss. it's no now on northern colorado voice. 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