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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Well thank you man and you know. I think you're right. I think there's a real like a real collision of like ten different philosophies. Yup all coming together. That is making this possible. One of those things is not just pc culture. But one of those things is also The virtue signaling culture and even if the government. And i know that you've talked about this podcast because i listened of course Even if the government doesn't clamp down either the glove does it cut down on you. Well they can just social big tech in his distant disincentivize. Anything that you wanna talk about. They can make it to where if you say a thing that you believe will then you might lose your job. You might lose your income. Your your kids might get bullied at school. I mean i don't want to sound crazy but it's true. Yeah so if all of culture goes. Pc culture is lettuce the having to virtue signal because it's almost like a religious movement. It's a religious movement that you you need those virtue points and so if somebody comes on and says something you don't like everybody has to disassociate from you. So they know so. I'm a good person. I'm associating graham allen and and that's alva- couple good person and i can keep my job. My kids don't get bullet school. And i get patted on the back right. It's all a part of the same thing in its made it's we. We're not allowed to say things that are true. Were not allowed to say our even our opinions on something. and even if it's not a clampdown of free speech by the government. The government doesn't have to clamp down on it if big tech is doing all the work forum right exactly exactly and the fact you brought that up brings me something that i want to bring up to the american people but before we do that we've got to get into a sponsor right the creators of or the curator's at bespoke post have done it again with this winter with an all new lineup.

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Trump Vows To Veto Defense Bill Unless Shield For Big Tech Is Scrapped

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Trump Vows To Veto Defense Bill Unless Shield For Big Tech Is Scrapped

"Section two thirty now to catch you guys up. Section to thirty is It's what protects free speech on the internet. That was its original design but what has happened. Since the creation of social media companies it has basically shielded them from any kind of lawsuits at all for censoring content removing content. This and that there. There's a loophole in section two. Thirty right so this. Donald trump's President trump's post section. Two thirty which is a liability shielding gift from the us too big tech the only companies in america that have it. Corporate welfare is a serious threat to our national security and election integrity. Our country can never be safe insecure if we allow it to stand therefore if the very dangerous and unfair section to thirty goodness skews me is not completely terminated as part of the national defense authorization act. I will be forced to unequivocally veto the bill when sent to the very beautiful resolute desk. Take back america. Now thank you.

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Trump says adding his face to Mount Rushmore would be a 'good idea.' It would likely be impossible

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Trump says adding his face to Mount Rushmore would be a 'good idea.' It would likely be impossible

"Donald Trump and mount rushmore. Hear the story at saw I. Didn't know if it was true or not. So New York Times apparently said the White House contacted South Dakota about potentially putting trump on mount rushmore. and. Trump's like more fake news, but considering all the good things I've done. Of course, second, get idea to me. Like fly in the way they make him like. Posted a photo. On, Rushmore look people are freaking that this. Story on. This right now, I swear to the Lord, above if they carve donald trump's face on mount rushmore and we are not there. We're GONNA have. Some problems.

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The Muswell Hill Murderer (Part 3)

Casefile True Crime

04:06 min | 10 months ago

The Muswell Hill Murderer (Part 3)

"With the Dennis Neilson committed to stand trial for the mode of six men and the attempted murder of two out this the public and press questioned how he could have gotten away with the. Crohn's facade along the reality was that most of Nelson's victims was social outcasts without solid family structures so dot dresses many associated with drug users and sex workers who were unlikely to approach the police making it easy for their disappearances to go unnoticed. In fact of the fifteen men Nielsen claimed to have murdered only three billy sutherland. Kenneth Elkin condensed and Steven himes wherever confirmed to have been reported missing. The Guardian newspaper reported that Nielsen insulated himself from detection by choosing victims. Who were quite young s Dan in debt homosexuals and surmised? The reason why nobody knew that Nielsen was killing. Was that nobody accepted Nielsen. Knew that any killings were going on. The article also highlighted how the banality of Nielsen's Public Persona Claw. T's true character quite. Nobody knew or even suspected because Nielsen not only possessed Dole. The trappings of a thoroughly normal suburban life. He was positively dreary delay star catching man in the crowd. It was not only. He's neighbors that saw him without noticing him. Most of those who worked with him or drank with him board by him as for the attempted murders. This evolve as were luckily hesitant to follow through with police reports due to feed. They wouldn't be taken seriously. On account of Bain Gay. The attacks were rule size so bizarre and inexplicable that the survivors themselves could barely comprehend what had happened. The Guardian reported that Nelson himself expressed disbelief. At how long he's crimes went undetected stating on was in a quasi god-like rall author could do anything wanted while this was going on there. What people upstairs and people next door and nobody knew as Nelson's trial date approached. The prosecution continued investigating and were able to identify several more victims. When examining the skull of one unidentified victim forensic investigators discovered. There was a metal plate in the jewel using dental records. They determined that. The skull belonged to twenty-seven-year-old seven year old. Graham Allen discarded heroin addict to Nelson had met in September nineteen ninety. Two after Graham had an argument with his girlfriend. Leslie Nielsen had taken Graham to his house. Well Hill Flat Coltie Momoa and then strangled him to death when he pasta midway through waiting the meal Nelson had previously told police about this murder but couldn't recall the victim's name referring to the incident simply as the Omelette death. But the Tom Graham was identified. It was too light to add a seventh most charge to Nilsson's dot men but the prosecution intended to use the details of Graham's murder as evidence at trial Japanese chef Tasha Mitsu Ozawa who escaped to Nelson's attempt to strangle him at the muzzle hill flat on New Year's Eve in nineteen eighty two was identified. When police fanned the initial report. He'd made against Nielsen Falling. The attack. Toshimitsu hadn't followed through with a formal complaint as he felt. It was too much work

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Stories that you just don't normally hear about so today. We have one of my favorite speakers that I've listened to nicer being nice. Everybody calls him every name under the book. Jaakko Giannakou but Yaku bullions. Yes is is that close. I just like a soldier Ikea soldier. Okay anyway lays German this guy right here if you ever want to get pumped up during a speech or here's someone talk. You need to go wherever this guy is talking. I met you officially. I think the first time we met like one hundred percent got the talk was at Liberty University where we got to sit and look. I like all of you. I met Graham Allen and my on my iphone riding my loving and you know look but yeah officially was at Liberty I actually got to shake your hand and said Hey Graham appreciate your work and you know big big supporter but yeah. It's it's great to be here. Well we're we're happy to have you. Yeah we're happy to have you on so talk us through. Obviously you have a bit of an accent so America is not is not the original home so so so walk through that really quick who is yakult. Where do you come from? How did you get here tells the story? I'm looking at that flag right and and and that's my flag now. Yeah in a proud immigrant. They say legal legal to the United States keyword go very very. I don't leave the legal off legal immigrants in the United States. Did it the right way the hard way? It should be hard. Yeah 'cause it's worth it right and so I'll sit here and say again. Thank you for your service because you fought. I get to write Libya. Yeah Yeah I mean it right and Sir born and raised in South Africa the first twenty eight years of my life when I immigration. It was raised by single mom brother sister. I'm the oldest. You know as God would have it. I just sports made sense to me. It really kept me out of trouble and actually what sport did for me as it gave me. That father figure didn't have right. You hear that story alive for Atheletes. That sports really gave them that purpose to stay out of trouble so so. It's interesting how that seems to be like this. This area almost all these athletes. Is that common threat for sure? I mean in your Locker Room. Even you can look and go no dad. Yeah no insight right but it can also get real dysfunctional because for me. I always say I don't know how good I really was Brian. I got to play professional sport for a long time. But I don't know if I was good or if I was just so driven because I needed that coach. Right right yeah. I just wanted that that family but but that was great and then once we immigrated say interesting stories we. I immigrated three weeks after nine eleven. Wow I know my mom. My mom came six months before me and my sister through Lanka story which we may get into later right. But I'm I'm at home. I'm still pro pro rugby again. A phone call from my mom and she says turn on the TV now. I'm in South Africa. She's in Nashville Tennessee. Right with sister I turn the TV on in the first buildings. Smoking wound eleven right and in a flash in my mind. I said I'm now three weeks later. I'm scheduled to immigrate. Yeah right playing my last game professional game that weekend and I go flash before my eyes. This is not happening kigen within an hour when the second building fell and we all watched it on television. I get a call from South African Airways and they said flights are cancelled. You're not going and I'm going dead. Goes my immigration dream. Oh Yeah I mean I just knew it. I I my heart. I just knew that nine eleven was it. Just an American I it was. It was a worldwide moment. Where the whole world sat there. And went. Uh-huh equated equated to when when your big brother and school gets attacked by somebody you realize men were vulnerable. I mean and it. But here's what happens three week two weeks after nine eleven a week prior to my schedules flight. I get a phone call from the airline in they said Hey. We're sending medical aid bike. Syringes and Ivy's sending medical supplies and aid to the United States is a flight that's going. We picked forty passengers. You want them. No kidding I go Dang okay so I arrive straight to New York arrived to the. Us Way to Ground Zero walked all the way from Central Park. Because you couldn't go anywhere and as I'm walking leaving a trail in in the Ash. I mean this smoldering. I went straight down to ground. And you'll appreciate the story if I can. My GRANDPA was a fire chief in South Africa and he gave me a letter he said. Take this note to engine nine. I engine to respond with five. Take this to those boys if you open the ladder. Don't call me never again rough for you. It's for them right but I'm carrying this letter. I'm walking I get down. Engineers Young kid he's on stover and he's lining up oxygen tanks and I got to serve as well so I appreciate what these guys do and I'm realizing counting this guy's counting who's left young kid. He can nineteen years old. He's right lack stained face and he looks up at me and he goes. We can't help you. You gotta go up to Fifty Second Street and you know. I'm just here to hang a note to the chief he walks any brings a guy out to guys chief. The Guy Opens the note. He reads the note he started Bawling Graham and I walk away and he said. Did you read this? I said no my GRANDPA said I couldn't I need your rigidness letter. And he reads me. What my grand wrote to them as a station dude at he brings the homestay a stimulant greatest nation. You're my heroes a fire chief but breaks my heart is that you lost main today with breaks my heart. Moore's I can't run into the building with you file and we're here for you and you just incredible. The guy takes a picture off the wall signs. It and says send us to my brother. That was my hollow America while screaming. Yes and I wanted to tell you that story all always wanted to tell you I appreciate your show means to me. Oh well it is it is about. It is about that flag. Yeah and it's above everything. Yeah in it's above. The President Gallia absolutely offices above the president and we love the president. But yeah certain things that you just can't touch Graham and I feel like in this nation you talk about stuff people touching stuff that you can't touch like our children. Yeah Yeah and that's when I get really. Yeah we're in a real battle. I can say a bad word whereabouts. That's a really cool story and I appreciate you. Sharing the nine eleven is really well. It's really close to every American's heart really But we have gotten the opportunity to get to know so many of the NYPD and the F. D. N. Y. Guys Doing what we do now. And that's something that I never ever anticipated was eventually fifteen years down the road from nine eleven. Well it's over that now Getting to actually become friends with the people that were there. The people that ran up the stairs the people that lost their friends along the way. And it's been really. It's been a really humbling process to be able to do that. So I appreciate you telling me that that. That was a cool story. So let's get into though and you know ladies and gentlemen just just warning if you've got children listening to this episode. This may be the episode that you perhaps want to a scan the episode first before you just openly let the children listen to because you are involved in some very serious work That I want to get into but before we do that. Let's get into a sponsor we talking to show a lot about protecting the unborn standing up for the American flag. And your constitutional right to keep and bear arms. But what are you doing about it? 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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Warming children are. GonNa they're all GONNA get in. The ocean is the children's fault one of the things they take from us. All the time is happening with regularity. They're rude to cops of public places. People are despicable to cops. Yes and that is a culture that is sick. Cancerous culture permeated. Our society is a sick lies from the left and that that That reveals itself in starbucks. Not Real itself now with regularity and starbucks. Rude police officers. But I'm telling your audience right now. Trying trying to brag on you. 'cause they're already listening to Graham Allen so y'all already love Graham Allen but I said Graham. I didn't say it Graham called me and he said I'm pissed about what the COPS starbucks Benny. Let's do something and we did A. We didn't free coffee for COPS event at the same starbucks like out of the cops and the starbucks staff were on hand and he's like like bending over backwards police officers. They brought their entire corporate office out there that we brought in how many people must have been over one hundred zero. Yeah a lot in twenty four hours notice. Yep that's starbucks. I think one thing that people are starting to realize that one really cool thing that we're able to do and US as well. These major news networks. They all like to act like they're able to respond quickly but the truth of the matter is we hit things and it takes them two or three days in the new cycle to catch up so we had several months ago when Bernie Sanders brought up the Boston bomber. Yup Situation in prison and stuff like that. We just said you know what? Why don't we just go to Boston? And we'll find one of those survivors of the Boston bombings. And we'll get him on camera and see what he has to say about that kind of thing. That's what people like us are able to do now as opposed to just reporting news. You know I like to believe that a lot of people will discredit is because always just opinion based your opinion based you know you're just opinion base your opinion based at the end of the day. I mean isn't that what it is? You form your opinion off of what's happening and so the the problem. I have with mainstream media these days more often than not it is simply just regurgitating facts. What happened cops were here? Cops were told that they couldn't drink coffee here. They left in the end of the facts into the story. We'll no no the the the reason that's a problem is because we have an opinion formed. A what cop should be or what they shouldn't leave. The cops are heroes. We believe that cops put their lives on the line every day. So that makes us angry and therefore you should be angry. And I like the fact that we're able to do that. We're not traditional media. Wh we are I am just Graham. You are just jake. You are just listen. You are any Johnson. We have feelings emotions. This makes us angry. This makes us happy. Why can't we talk about that kind of stuff? And that's what I love about what we do. And that's what I love about what you guys do and Yeah we have some fun along the way too. Because there's a lot of things to make fun of these days so we like to always talk about our sponsors and we specifically like to talk about Red Arrow weapons. Everybody we've been talking about it for a log time. Things that are going on in Virginia right now. Second Amendment pro. Good Patriots are fighting this battle against the most open attack. We've had against our Second Amendment in my lifetime that I've seen so renner weapons a sponsor of ours. They've stuck with us through thick and thin. We love what they do. We love what they stand for. Make sure that you support the companies that support us go to Red Arrow weapons today and check them out. Red Arrow is made one hundred percent in the U. S. of a come standard with. Cmc triggers magpie accessories..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Happening. Yeah like all cash version of that. I mean they won run by a small margin the Brexit vote one. They said it wasn't real that the votes didn't count that everyone that was racist. They demanded a recount. All of this. I mean it's literally a mirror image of we're talking about America. And then they finally got to get to their twenty twenty effectively right. They waited waited the three and a half long years for it could return to the polls again and they. They kicked their butts. It was really a referendum on the left a referendum on the socialist referendum on the people who do not respect the the will and the sovereignty of its own people right and that this is what we're doing in America to get to the voting booth there watch absolute shit. Show the watch the watch the Democrats in Congress language. We have to watch all these bogus hearings of Pharmacy Watch. Kids getting assaulted for wearing Maga- hat. And when do we get to actually show up and say something to make our mark. The Valentine enjoy. Hi It's why not wait. I agree watch their faces on Cameron. Hamra Nancy Pelosi all of it. I WANNA watch. Their faces ought to form the against watch party. Yeah history of the presidential election. We need to form a Macintosh washburn. One of the places out like I just I'm in and wins just party through the night and all this again again all of us broadcasting the whole thing the entire night just I think it would be the most amazing if we don't do something like that we we have hailed out America. America faces. Yes yes oh yeah. Oh show..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"You guys for supporting this. PODCAST WE are back. Jim In we are sticking with our are Monday and Wednesday format We're not we're not locking in like a specific time because you know we we've been looking at analytics. I mean you guys are are. We used to posted at twelve. We may still do that now. We're just going to post it when we get done because we realize you're working anyway and traveling Monday. Wednesday's The podcast is still going to be here. We are back every week and rain is we are thank you guys so much for all the support. Click subscribe Intel friend leave us a rating that helps us in the in the chargers that helps us across the board. We're fixing to You're listening to that. It's it's now so social media wise we've already made all these announcements It's been thirty days plus posting things that we follow it out of the top two hundred which is to be expected expected but we are anticipating a massive surge this week back in the polls and that is because you guys thank you guys so much for the support. Thank you guys for making this podcast. What it is? Thank you guys for helping us. Do we really want to do. which is this we are back we? We are so excited to be here. That's all we have for this episode of the Dear America. podcast real quick Elissa. Where can they find you? I left the Allen on instagram. And it's been a law jake. What about you producer? Underscore Jake on instagram. And I am Graham Allen and you already know that that's all we have for this episode and and we'll see you again next..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"She's not here but but we have discussed this. We Really Want GonNa have like a like a marriage episode because you know me analysts through a lot of hard times man and the truth is we probably shouldn't be here but we are and and I will say when we brought God back into the forefront of our marriage. Everything really changed in turned around for for us because Yeah Man I. It's just it's true you know. People always say things like well. Once somebody's this they can never be that you know once a liar always Aligarh once a once a crook always crook wants once cheater always cheater. I don't know if I believe leave that. People can have heart changes male. I really do and I think that God plays such. I looked like this now. I realized that a lot of you are sitting there going what ever because you don't agree religiously with me and that's fine. I mean that that's cool me personally. I I look at it like this that if God God can take how crappy we are an except us that way then who are we to say that somebody can't change right and I'm not just talking about myself talking to anybody and I found myself that way. I've I've had some friends that were who wild boy and now they found God and and they're completely different folks and I even found myself going okay. I never saw that kind of thing but but then I had to check myself and I'm like well hold on on just a minute. You know I'm not the same guy I was three four years ago today. So who am I to say that those people can't change and so for our marriage it just it changed everything and so you know. Do we still yeah sure Do we argue still yeah. Yeah sure are there day. She probably wants to strangle me and bury me in the backyard yeah probably more so than not but putting putting God odd and putting religion into what we do has really just transformed everything for me because when I have my worst days and why do I struggle with anxiety really bad you know I mean you know I'm not wanting to say boo hoo me kind of stuff but I do something I struggle with and so I always always am Darren all myself and all this other kind of stuff even on my worst days. I have that now and I have that that knowing that is worthless as I feel or as useless as I feel somebody accepts me and somebody loves me regardless and so oh that has has has transferred into my everyday life now and so that may be another reason why I don't lash out at other conservatives at lash out against me. It's just because you know man very Christian. Whatever kind of thing so anyway so yeah so so so that's religion now that that is you know a real quick summary of religion why feel that way. We'll wrap it up with a little phone one Sergei. What's your favorite ice cream flavor. Oh my God I like a big child. I do the chocolate with with rainbow sprinkles because I'm not a monster. Get chocolate with chocolate sprinkles. Are You gluttony a glare you center anyway. I know so really quick. If I may again guys we know there's been a slightly different one behalf. You heard something on my ice cream. Oh I'm sorry Jay or the strawberry shortcake those wars they could make that into an ice cream. That's not an ice cream and you wanna tell your favorite ice ice cream mm-hmm well then. It's like rocky road. I'll make Rochester Rocky Road Cristian say anyway GAZ. We know there's been different but hopefully you heard some some cool things that you might not have known or you got something out of this. Which is the main point of this episode is for you to hear a little bit of us kind of with the act pulled off a little bit. You know a more us. This is probably more what I talk like on a normal basis not all the time you know I mean that's just not how I am most of the time anyway but thank you guys so much for the sport. Thank you guys so much for listening getting to this podcast. Make sure you subscribe and gives five stars. I will be back in the studio for Wednesday's episode and I'm super excited to get back to you. Guys is with current topics that are going on. yeah die in a horrible fiery blaze. No don't say that see on Wednesday okay and that's all we got. We'll see you next time..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

14:16 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"WMD's and I got home X. D. S. forty five weapons of mass destruction all right next question well. How about a little game I okay. Let's do the game so I want to do this. You know pretty regularly. It's real or fake news or maybe we can think of something funnier than Matt but I'm going to read you a headline and you're gonNa tell me if it's real or if it's fake news okay okay. I one local man Dan fires off a flare gun inside a hobby lobby to locate his wife fires off a hobby lobby to locate his wife where did happen to me where it happened. La Mesa California after eight after waiting for over three hours for his wife and not seeing even a fleeting glimpse of her local man. Bill Gatling fired off a flare gun California. I'm saying false fake news good co Boom California no way maybe if you're in sippy can't even have flare guns out there. Mississippi they may do that. She'd off the flare gun our the waves louise runoff with Tommy again. Dan Okay Filling your hobby lobby. There'd be a lot of flammable stuff. Well maybe so anyway. second-story robot tell tell robot tail being developed up to balance out human body and stop people from falling over this is being made primarily for elderly instead of using a cane or a walker. It's like this metal tale looking thing. sure it's true you. WanNa guess where they're made to for to Japan Japan China Japan Yup Fares. How Weird Pitch Delays Anyway go ahead and they start? If I get old I start falling over. I'm just rolling with it at that point for when you lean forward. There's like a counterbalanced waited tale. I'm telling you I'm just GONNA. I'm just going to go with it next all right the Tactical Bible attachment for assault rifles now available for your a we are you. Can you can read scripture right for you. Blow somebody away. False false three Dang picture looks pretty awesome. That is is funny. All right new missionary dating APP will pair you with a hot unbeliever to convert. It's it's called witness and going man payload at disavowed on this show Halo Alto California new missionary dating APP has been launched by a startup company in and Silicon Valley called witness and chill promises to pair Christian users with a Han witness and chill yeah oh my gosh pairs of Christian with like an Nathan or an unbeliever. It's from California I'M GONNA go true that what's false that well. I'm glad its faults but at the same meantime I'm slightly disappointed the dating APP with a turtle the hall my all right wasn't that last one one remember those Arizona teas. I used to be hooked on those your Zona Ice. Tea is now making we'd brought a it's going to be the Arizona we'd Arizona we average maker SONA as Arizona a conservative okay I don't think they have they're are making a licensed deal with a cannabis company for new line. I'm going to say F- false. That's true hangings Arizona. We'd good had for you Arizona all right. Let's get back into some questions jake all right so this was a good question. I thought we can both may be tackled this one how to deal with ignorant people in general people in general it Indra they. I don't know they probably said ignorant means us. Don't know right like you don't know any better so that's easy easy to deal with stupid. People are the hard thing to hold different. Whole different type of dumb ignorant about a lot of ignorant doesn't mean that you're that. D- that you're stupid. It just means you. Just don't know something I I'll change it a little bit and how do you deal with stupid. People stupid people are the type of people that no what they're doing is dumb no this. They know that they're being ridiculous and they. D- they stick with it anyway. Man or stupid people are simply people that just draw all line in the sand just because just to just to argue with you. I think that to get into an argument was the money is dumb in my opinion. You know we're adults at this point. What are you arguing about. You know an argument never leads to anything a debate a discussion discussion a disagreement. Those are things that can be dealt with those are things that can be adjusted and there can be a positive outcome but arguing with people. That's really dumb. I don't argue with people there's a lot of people on my pays that talk a bunch of crap about me all the time and they'll even be other social media people that talk crap about me and and I'll get notifications from people going you know light them up or responding to tear them apart and all this stuff. I don't get into that you know I I. I don't get into those type of things especially if they're other conservatives that do it all right. Charlie Kirk said this best at the end of the day. Whether you agree with everything I do or not if you're another social media person listening or whatnot if you attack me and you're a conservative in my opinion you I don't know I don't agree with it. Because why would you cannibalize your own group of people that eighty percent of the time we see eye to eye on things. So why would you attack somebody that you agree with eighty percent of the time in the public because because they will reason I do all this stuff is because I believe in the conservative mindset of things that's it that's it. I'm not the best military veteran I'm not got a ranger or a sniper stuff. I've never claimed to be in a never will normal army dude so I don't claim to be special forces sniper and all this stuff so I'm not awesome an elite in that area. I'm not the smartest dude in the world from Mississippi. I'm a redneck from from nowhere Mississippi. I'm just a guy that believes in conservative every values and wants to ensure conservative values. Stay in America for my kids. That's what I want. If we agree on eighty percent of things that are that then why would you. Why would you attack somebody. That's another voice for the movement that you claim to believe in like you know that that's what I don't understand and so I refuse to argue back with other conservatives via social media now. I don't mind having conversations nations with you in in private but I just I don't believe in that I think it I think it I think it weakens the movement. I think it weakens. The unity unity that we're supposed to show everybody to me is like when your parents are fighting. Don't fight in front of the kids or don't fight in front of your co workers flightless do it that way because you guys aren't my kids. You guys aren't less than me your equal to me in every regard don't have a fight with the CO worker in front of your co workers. Go back. Take shirt off fight whatever you gotTA. Do you know what I'm saying but don't do it in front of everybody. Figure it out. Work your stuff out and even if you don't agree don't oh fight in front of everybody else. I'll never I'll never understand that and it's just something that in my opinion is bad taste Spanish for we're all supposed to be a football team. If you know those people fight with each other but do it in practice you know behind closed doors and stuff like that. They're not supposed to fight each other in front of everybody else because then the team doesn't look united and all that stuff handle that kind of stuff internally and I think that a lot of us this could benefit from doing that but that's just me in a lot of people really enjoy talking crap about me so let them I don't care but going back to the thing you were saying about about eighty percent you know agree eighty percent of the time right something that I experienced which is really awesome. I have two two buddies that have been friends with since grade school and they were both liberal and I was conservative and we had a little chat a text threat or whatever go on for years like four four or five years pre trump getting elected and it was always debate you know we were throwing ideas out there numbers and everything and then about a year a year and a half ago give or take one of them got red pilled and is now conservative so the other one still liberal but the cool thing about it is we're. We're not bashing each other. We're actually trying to learn other perspectives. I mean I think that's something were missing this this day and age and I've pdf all these conversations because they're filled with like good knowledge good perspectives on ways of looking at things and and I think that's part of what we're missing and when we hang out we don't talk politics. You know we do sometimes but we're such good friends that you know in being genuinely interested in somebody else's perspective instead of just. I WANNA proved this person wrong. I want to change their mind. You know it's easy to think somebody stupid because they don't. They're not a conservative or whatever but as cheesy as the whole we need unity anything. It's like we really do because we're so polarized now the parties we hate each other liberals are Democrats if they find out your conservative they won't don't serve you or they won't do this or though. I've had a couple of friends. Banish may not talk to me anymore. You know and we it's easy to get that same name that make you feel L. I. Rodent Care. But it's easier to that same way of thinking towards liberals you know they must be crazy but back to the eighty percent thing when you really get down to discussing ideas and policies. Sometimes you end up agreeing on a lot more than you think you do. True true all right next question all right right another question. When did you become religious and how a religious question I have always been religious. it's just a matter of how religious. I was at the time so this will probably end up taking us where where we're going so so if I may get philosophical for a moment for me. I've been open about this before and I've talked about not in depth but maybe maybe I'll talk about it in my book one day Anyway I come from a broken home boo a lot of people do and so I was raised my grandparents for a while I got you know ended up in Florida for a brief bit with my aunt and then through custody and all this stuff in legal ended up with my grandparents bounced around a little bit so church became this for me it kind of became like this escape for me and so when I was younger I was super religious super super super religious. I mean I live the church Sunday through Sunday. I was pretty much there in some capacity. You know I was really into music back. Then we were in the you know the worship Band Church we were doing this. We were doing that. If I wasn't at my church I was at somebody else's churches playing stuff. My very first flight was at fifteen years old and I went to Germany playing music and and so but I learned that as an adult now I can say that I didn't really love go I did but I I didn't have my own relationship with God I had I was exhibiting what other people wanted me to exhibit in my relationship with God God if that makes sense so what happened was the second that I got rocked. I e life happened or somebody. Let me down all this other kind the stuff I didn't have any real kind of foundation to base it on and so I did the typical thing man. I got down by the church. and I lashed lashed out at the person whose fault it wasn't which was God's Fi wasn't God's fault those people at the church sucked. You know what I mean like. That's not God's fault people. Suck me fear you and that's something that you have to come to grips with. When you're an adult people saw bad things happen and so I turned away for a long time they didn't go to church the years cussing drink and all this stuff which there's nothing wrong with those things. I don't do things now because a lot one of older. I don't handle drinking like I once did but to the CUSS Ooh. That's a good thing to Qasim thing. Everybody always asked why don't cuss. It's not a religious thing so much I mean you've I've had this discussion. Vulgarity vulgarities that we know them now weren't even around when the Bible was written right. So are those really bad words. I don't no no it's up for your own interpretation for me. It's I just don't cuss in front of my kids or around my kids and it's just kind of stuck and it's just kind of spilled over to what I do and I want my kids see what I do so I don't 'cause because my kids watch what I do yeah and other people's kids watch what I do. That's it. It's not so much religion based as it is just this is we'll see the point well. It's a habit. It's a habit. You know I I go through phases. cussing is a hat just like anything else and so the fact that I don't cuss in my own time. I don't cuss naturally lawn film on video video and audio anyway back to the point. I will say this one day. Melissa talked about this..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"You're exhausted by the end of the day you go back to the hotel the next day you've got a little bit more to do and then you're back to airport again flying to somewhere else hopefully back home but most of the time it's multiple hits and it's it's lonely it's somebody always says and this is not to toot our own horn but his lonely at the top right. That's what you know. Many successful people have said and it's true I've lost friends that I thought were friends. not because. I'm a hundred percent not to blame the process. There's things I could have done differently learning and all this stuff and then there's things they could have done differently to and then sometimes jealousy comes into the way with it too and anyway the more are known you become the less people you actually interact with. It's weird how how that tends to to work outside of Eliza. I talk to you trying to think any people that aren't like work or professionally related that I speak to these days. You know we talk talk to the turning point guys a lot. talk to people here the network a lot but other than that that's really about it man you know and and so everybody always says. I WANNA be famous or want to do this and I tell everybody you know. It's not what you think it is. It's really not a lot of work sucks man. It really really really sucks sometimes but we do it because we believe in what we're doing and we believe in what we say so that's why we keep pushing. It does have its perks. We get to do some cool stuff we get. I don't think I've gone onto a normal concert in the stands in about two years ago. I always end up getting backstage with that stuff. So that's cool. You get to meet some amazing people. Oh Man in the movement. I'm proud to be able to say that you know that we are friends with candace. Owens Charlie Kirk Dan Crenshaw. I mean Dakota Meyer Cal Carbon Kyle Kyle Carpenter Medal of honor recipients Hairston David Harris Junior. I mean the list goes on and on and on John Cooper. The lead singer of skillet follows us like with legitimately shocked that we knew who they were which is crazy to me. You know the undertaker undertaker breaking Benjamin Guys Danny any war snip asking Alexandria. David Boron is seal team Goldberg Wrestler. I mean all these people. The Bachelor People Caulton combs sounds good friend of mine. the floor Amateur People Reality TV folks. All these people know who we are and we'll get to meet these people and get to know these people and it's really cool. It does have a lot of really cool advantages but the biggest thing you gotta realize is those are light highlights. Yeah in the vast majority of it is workman. Dan I out side of yourself jake. I don't know very many people that work as hard as I do or as I am you know and so so that's probably the the biggest thing of what it's like to be famous that a lot of people don't realize yeah lots of flights for sure on my fan of flying my son right right so so inside thing of Jake since we're talking about this. Jake is so funny because you can tell every time that I tell him I have to travel. You can see like the hamster hamster fall off the wheel. It is a short circuit almost his I will twitch a little bit and but that's just that's just the nature nature of the game doesn't like being gone but she does well. It's gotten to the point now. If I can't be sappy for a moment it was really cool to travel at. I know I six months to a year. It was pretty cool because I was small town Mississippi Kidman. You know the thought of seeing New York City one time. It was like a like a bucket. Get list kind of thing so all this stuff I started. It was super cool because I never been in these places before a kid now especially now that the kids are older older they notice when I'm not there. They obviously don't like it and I honestly don't like it either. I would much rather I'd much Israeli just go home and that's what I'd rather do speaking of things that elicit doesn't like what's your biggest pet peeve for you. Some the biggest gosh biggest pet peeve just natural things is I I. I think I do what every man does and I have like my little like like closed corner that like if I wear it okay all right the dude listening if I wear one pair of pants one day. I'm GonNa wear those again and I'm going to lay them down. You can wear jeans for week. I've the them in a position where they don't get all wrinkled up and I'm GonNa lay them out and that's what I'm GonNa. Do I got a little close pile light do not it disturbed these. I'm gonNA use these again. She can't stand it man. She hates it. She hates it. I've got these clothes like scattered in little piles says says so. That's something that I do marital wise who boy it's bad. It's a real bad but we're being honest right so the guy's listening back me up on this I it spawns from my military days in order to do something I knew whole is not gonna be happy about this kind of thing and I would wait to tell her at the absolute absolute last minute that I'll baby. You know you go train for about a week somewhere else. Lying can't count you yeah you know kind of thing and so that has definitely carried over and she hates it and I definitely. I definitely don't know if it's IT'S GONNA. Change at this point ten years in but yeah so that's something I'll do if something comes up work related I will wait to the absolute last last opportunity to have to tell her because I just know she's going to be Super Mad and so I will I will avoid the the retaliation as as long as I can but but but but to say she's a very rational lady she has her initial like resistance to things but then you know I mean she's an adult. She comes around knows that I gotTA. I gotta work and that's just the way it is but that's that's probably like her. Biggest pet peeves well speaking of work about another ad another ad time for our sponsor self defense. Is Your God given right period but it's your responsibility to practice which is why I want you to go to your computer right now now and get an eye target pro system..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"I know you guys are noticing lack in female voice. Elissa is not in the studio why we filmed this. Somebody has to be with the children. sometimes anyway so. I'll I'll edit her in just sitter over there watching on video we're going to Hologram cut in a picture or an image of Elissa Lissa so she'll be on the on the video side of the thing. I love you sweetheart. Sorry you're not here all right so like I said we asked questions from you. Guys that are not necessarily political that you guys are interested in hearing from us because we we also understand this podcast. Sometimes people like a a little bit of change so we're going to kind of open up a little bit as it were pullback the veil a bit make it not so produced and you guys can get to know us a little bit better. A lot of people have asked how me and Jake operate so before jake ask questions. I actually had that one in the back of my mind Jake People WanNa know. What is it like working with. Graham so be very careful what you say on this no no no seriously go. Go Go for it. Go for you will not get in trouble. This is a safe haven of talking so so so. What's it like working with me. It's been awesome honestly. No I mean some days. You know there's just so much going on here that sometimes I gotTa Rangel you you know and he'll say hey clap clap like we gotta get to film in Rand Nation because I know you've got a lot going on to and and it's Kinda that that's a part of it but but I know how busy you are so you're so okay all right well but what I do like about you is that I don't know if it's from your military background but very to the point. You don't dance around stuff so they would call that. Being a jerk and part of my issue in the past was being a little bit too dancing around stuff. I try not to maybe hurt people's feelings or try and soften. You know like trying to ask somebody to do something for me now. I'm like you know it's so much easier to just you know say straightforward and and get to the point like that about your last question to put Jake on the spot and they were going to go through the questions that Jake has got a lot of energy to the big is the biggest shock when getting to know Graham. That was a question too so I guess what was the what was the what was the biggest. I guess like shock or thing that you didn't know probably how much of an introvert he actually are like yeah. I mean we've there's been a couple days as where you called me up and said you. WanNa just catch a movie or something. I just need to chill out you know and just unwind basically yeah off camera. You're you do have of energy but a lot of times. You're just maybe overwhelmed with always having this. You know I'm Graham Allen. You know loud energy. which is what? I think mm people feed off of the yeah but yeah you're super laid back off. People don't find interpretive people contagious. I guess like their energy or whatever so I a random fact about me that most people don't know until they get to know me is I'm what I like to call a selective introvert yeah like I have no problems hanging out with people like don't and often times. I feel like I enjoy laughing. I enjoy making making people laugh but I definitely hit like a wall and a point where I'm just done people. I don't WanNA talk to nobody. I don't hang out. I not being a jerk about it. You know I well. You've seen what we'll go to these events man and we'll be there and I'm so thankful about it. I really truly am but so many people who want to take photos and stuff and I've never been the guy that's like yeah. Let's take the photo get out of my way. I'm the Guy Hi. That's always like hey. Let's take a photo. What's your name where you from you know. What are you doing here. You know that kind of stuff and it just it. Does it sucks a lot of energy out of you. The Young Women's leadership summit here in Dallas. The line was out the door probably a few hundred at least I I wouldn't think people there and there were other social media influencers also doing the same thing they came and went. You are still sitting there and yeah and and you weren't. You know just standoffish you you. You should talk to them a lot of people in the business and like I said this was going to be a little different. I I know that I really enjoy podcast where they break break it down and they show behind the scenes a little bit so that's what we're going to do on this one in the business that's called clicks and what I mean by that is people have certain number of clicks six and a lot of times when people go to events or speaking events and stuff. They have like a like a package this how much it costs to speak this law and that's how much is just like this amount of money gets you. This amount of clicks Blah Blah Blah. I've never really liked that and that's not that's not digging people that do there are some people that are far more popular than me that they have to cut it off. You know what I mean like that like they have to cut it off or they will literally be there all day and unfortunately and I know I was one of these people to before. All this stuff happened. I was like man these pop is brexit forgot where they came from but but but ladies and gentlemen ah they pushed so much stuff into our days that there comes a point where you have to set those boundaries because if you don't you you won't get all of your work done and if you think your job your boss gets mad when you don't show up on time or say it's the same way here you know. People people pay money. They make plans. They have thousands of people. Show up to hear you talk. You know I mean you've got to be on time early and be there for that kind of stuff but anyway I say all that to say. I've always tried my best to really talk to everybody and try my best to to at least ask their name name and where they're from right I don't know I don't know if I deserve a pattern of back for that. I feel like it's the least I can do because you guys the only reason that we can do the stuff in the first place anyway so that's a little behind the veil. They're heard a little bit about Jake getting to know me and coming to work with us Jake. What are some questions nations that you have from people one good question was? Have you ever thought about writing a book a book. You know if my grandmother was sitting. Here are the fact that people even WanNa know. If I'm going to write a book. She'd be like if you heard him. Talk Man is qualified to write about. I will say the Yes. There's been a lot of people that have asked me. I've thought about it a lot and I will say. There's definitely been talks about a book you. We're not there yet but I will say that. I've done a lot of thinking about what I would ride about. If I wrote a book and has take dear America. Let me know what you think. I know what I would call it and for legal reasons and people not stealing it from me. I'm not gonNA say what I would call it smart but because there's not a book yet so so I'm not going to have somebody take it from me but I already know what I would call it and this is kind of what I want it to be about the first part of the book I think I'm GonNa talk talk about me and who I am where I come from and all this stuff because I feel like people know apart of me from the videos Rosen from this show and everything but I think letting everybody know how I got to be who I am and where I am. We'll put a lot of perspective into the videos that I've made why I've said what I've said etc and then my plan is to kind of along with me just saying what I think I I wanNA feel about society toxic masculinity gun rights blah. You know the standard stuff I also WanNa do something cool and I wanNA take tweets and I've done in videos that I've done that have gone super super far and I want to break those down of why did them. In the first place yeah right you know like the Tattoo video for example hundred and thirty five million people watched that but that's only six minutes right is six minutes of a thought. It's six six minutes of a feeling but but what I WANNA do is take that and actually put the the context and the perspective as to why I even felt the need to say something about it in the first place so that's the book. I want to write if you guys are interested in that. Let Me Know Hashtag dear America. Let me know if that's a book that you would read. you know like everything that I do. I don't WanNa make it that stereotypical political book. I could care less about that crap. I don't liked it so my book. I would really WANNA make it more of like a like a conversation almost like a almost like talking to myself kind of in the book kind of deal Gotcha so anyway. Let me know what you think I met met. Maybe maybe one day soon there will be a grandma Alan book well. That's what you're supposed to do. When you become famous writers write a book write a book well another question we have with. What what's it like to be famous that one that one? I feel like we could talk about for for for a long time of convincing Jake. Jake is always always trying to keep his anytime like all right so condensed version on what it's like to be famous one. I'm not necessarily sure I if I like that term famous. I don't necessarily know if I'm famous. One hundred thousand at least people know who you are. You're famous famous yeah. We're definitely there. I think that people ask me. Was it like to be famous and I always tell them. Was it like to be famous. Miss is coming to grips with what it what does it feel like to be alone and I always tell people that because that's the flip side of all of this yeah you you know you guys in even J. J. Has a first person perspective but even you like. Don't travel with me a lot. I mean you you do sometimes but but probably probably seventy percent of the time I'm by myself on these things that's probably the hardest part to me for for for fame or whatever ever is man. It sucks like it really does in the airports. You know I mean we do well ourselves. We're not quite at the at the flying private bit level yet I would say things. Keep going the way they're going eventually. It's GonNa come to that point. just because you know it sucks you go to the airport. You have your hat down. Get your headphones on. You know you kind of try to blend in yeah you kind of try to blend in because you know if one person spots achieved a lot of other people are going to spot you and just like anybody else. You know. We're just trying to get where we gotta go. I hate flying. I'm pretty sure I've said this multiple times. I am not a fan of flying some already not in a great mood because I'm not a fan of it. I just hate the whole experience of flying and so but you fly by yourself alf you don't talk to anybody in a lot of times you show up at these events and you show up the day before so you show up you go to the hotel. Tell you know I'm not a single guy. I'm not I'm not a bachelor. I'm not a partier. We've already talked about that so it's literally just me kind of sitting there in the hotel saleroom by myself if I plant it correctly. I've got like a five thirty or four. Am hit on Fox News the next morning and so I get no sleep do that then do the event..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Talk louder but what keeps us going is things like that is knowing saying that even when we take it on the chin and people were just hammering us what we're saying because of you guys <hes> makes it worth it and people are listening and that means a lot and so when you see things like that it makes it realize that it's worth it is and it's because of you guys you know without you guys we would just be talking into a microphone own or talking to a camera and it wouldn't go anywhere so thank you guys so much for your support things like that. Show that what you say can make a difference now. We're not naive enough to think that l. eight billion dollars of that was because of us all eight billion what are they. We'll take seven seven billion of it anyway but my point is has even if even if it's just a one hundred dollars you know kind of deal and we didn't start off by saying you know never by to gillette net never reduced though we just stated what we had a problem with and people are listening to that <hes> and so i think that's very powerful and i think that that means a lot for your encouraging words words because i'm not grams so i don't handle the hate as well so you're encouraging man. You really do social work like everyone's supposed to love anyway but they do mean a lot. You're anyway. That's all we have. This episode of the american podcast bit more philosophical this time but let us know what you think hashtag dear america. Let us know if you agree <hes>. If you're you are listening right now make sure you subscribe and give us five stars. It helps us out in the rankings. We are killing it. Because you guys tell one friend about the dear america podcast in real quick elissa working they find you on facebook and instagram jake <hes> personal point of privilege stone he they go by him say they can find me on instagram and producer underscore jake. Oh my god and i am graham allen. You can find me everywhere. That's all we have for this episode of the dear america podcast and we'll see again next time..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"It's got it to my face on it. I like it a lot so there's one other thing that i wanna get into really quick before we go to the funny side of this episode i want to address. I've done this a lot of times. Everyone knows there's a lot of fake catfish accounts. They used my photos asking people for money same same old story <hes> it's always i'm still in the military. I'm in africa and my military unit has left me and i need money to get all right so it. It is brought to my attention that there is a new one out now and so i wanted to address it really quick because this wouldn't seems a bit more a bit smarter of how they're doing it so people are creating fake graham allen accounts in their sending people messages saying that i'm holding a contest and if you enter the contest you can when money that is things like that right. That is not many people there. It's not me not doing it the best if it's you. It has a blue check ups c._b._s. Way it's hard if you see a friend requests for me and they don't have millions of people following. That's not me i. It's very simple guys. <hes> i will never ask you to enter into a contest that i don't have an actual like video to see what i'm saying like. You know what i mean like i. I don't know maybe one day we'll hold a contest for somebody to fly out here and see the story. I don't know but that would be me doing video talking about it on here. I mean it's it's going to be blatantly obvious. Don't believe any garbage that crap that is not me. Just wait until the deep. Fake technology comes out okay. They'll i use your face and voice creepy all right moving on. Let's move onto some funny stuff so i'm ready to start it off because i thought a row today. I'm on a roll yeah. This is my show. A pretty sure. I'm pretty sure can't really all right here. We go fox. Five atlanta. Reports woman says meth found hidden inside vagina is this is a real person. How can that judge her. What and then put it in her and she just didn't notice that something was in this. Sometimes things happen. All mark liked. Gosh said load of garbage ever. Let let me tell you some if you're walking around and you can't tell that drugs or shoved up you in some way. There's something else raw. Do you are on drugs. That's why you can't tell that could be true. I mean these are real people. It's like someone pooped in my pants..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Talk louder but what keeps us going is things like that is knowing saying that even when we take it on the chin and people were just hammering us what we're saying because of you guys <hes> makes it worth it and people are listening and that means a lot and so when you see things like that it makes it realize that it's worth it is and it's because of you guys you know without you guys. We were just talking into a microphone own or talking to a camera and it wouldn't go anywhere so thank you guys so much for your support things like that. Show that what you say can make a difference now. We're not naive enough to think that l. eight billion dollars of that was because of us all eight billion what are they. We'll take seven seven billion of it anyway but my point is has even if even if it's just a one hundred dollars you know kind of deal and we didn't start off by saying you know never by to gillette net never reduced though we just stated what we had a problem with and people are listening to that <hes> and so i think that's very powerful and i think that that means a lot for your encouraging words words because i'm not grams so i don't handle the hate as well so you're encouraging man. You really do like everyone's supposed to love anyway but they do mean a lot. You're anyway. That's all we have. This episode of the american podcast bit more philosophical this time but let us know what you think hashtag dear america. Let us know if you agree <hes>. If you're you are listening right now make sure you subscribe and give us five stars. It helps us out in the rankings. We are killing it. Because you guys tell one friend about the dear america podcast in real quick elissa working they find you on facebook and instagram jake <hes> personal point of privilege stone he they go by him say they can find me on instagram and producer underscore jake. Oh my god and i am graham allen. You can find me everywhere. That's all we have for this episode of the dear america podcast and we'll see again next time..

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Funny, making fun of people in the gym bad drivers, those chip readers debit cards when they first came out, everybody everybody hated him stuff like that. And it wasn't until Colin cavern. It took to me that everything started to change Colin candidates, the knee and Eliza was even with me on this because I went in there. I went I went hard in the paint on that, buddy, I'm still mad about colleague cabinet, and when that video took off. It went from. Hey, you really funny to, hey, you should talk about this or have you heard about this? Have you heard about that? So we started gaming gaining some momentum and it was around October. And it came time for me to decide if I was going to stay in the military or not, I had to let them know, Tober the first you either relisted or you're getting out. So melissa. We look at each other. And, and I tell her, you know, I think I think I might be onto something here Elissa. I would be curious for you to tell everybody, what you were thinking 'cause I remember what I was thinking conversation, but, but, but you tell them that you need to know about me. I am a processor grant, who is good and quick on the spot. I fail miserably like I have to process things and I can come back and back okay to thank you even podcast like I'm not. I'll think of something five minutes. I'm like, oh, I have thought, but I was. I was concerned because all we've known as a military and military, you know, covers everything all the babies, everything you get hurt hundred percent. Taking care of no worries. So I was I was supportive, but I was also very concerned, like, okay. You know what if what if this doesn't happen, what if this, what if that, but grandma's very serious? And if you know, Graham, he's extremely driven, and when he has a plan he figures out through Helen highwater, how to that, how to make it happen. So go ahead, baby pick up your story. So I was I was kind of was in the kitchen. I remember I was in the kitchen and just kind of a shoe, she took about, as well as any one would take it. The moment I was not happy with how she responded in a moment, but deer in headlight was kind of. So you're telling me we're not going to have insurance, and we're not gonna have a guaranteed check anymore. And you wanna make videos in your truck and keep in mind, I'm the counselor. So I am not rolling in money like social workers. Don't make that much money. So in hindsight, now, almost three years later, I completely get. It was like, yeah, that's the craziest idea ever figure is because they aggress, ladies and gentlemen, that like you're listening to the dear America podcast now. Okay. You know who I am? You know who we are? You know what the daily rants rant nation? Dear america. You know what all that is now at this point three years ago? Nobody knew what a daily rant was that wasn't a thing. You know that wasn't this, this brand that everyone has come to know. So it really was this kind of, like Mel, it's like, of course you should have done that Graham, everybody does videos in the truck. Yes. Everybody in fact, like people when they get mad about somebody doing video and Trump. They reference me you're just Graham Allen now at this point like we have somehow like, like what's the word? I'm looking for trademark or end. Yeah man, you're rioting truck. Anytime someone says, I'm gonna go on a rant real quick. Everybody automatically thinks about us. But anyway, at that moment that conversation, me and my wife standing there, none of that was a thing. So we were truly Stephan out in this unknown thing. And so anyway, that was November the first I let the military, no. Hey, I think I'm onto something here. I'm going to do this. And of course man. I got the best support in the world from all my military buddies. You're the stupidest PEO s. Are you? Crazy is wrong with you. You're an idiot, you're gonna come crawling back and you're going to ruin your career, and all this kind of stuff. You're right. Which. It was it was because I've said this multiple times. Love the military. The worst thing military dies is they make you believe that you cannot do any better outside the military. That's true. And sometimes that is true anyway, moving.

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"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"graham allen" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"It's a patriotic thing the week. Did you guys hear about the Laguna beach? Police car that put their police thing in American flag and people in California lost their minds. Okay. So they lost their money start petitioning and all this stuff. Well, the court in that area said suck it, buddy. Stay on there. Just deal with it. And I think that is a true win for America. Good segue. Do you nerve going? So when Graham Liz recruiter he had to drive American flag, wrapped recruiter except for faded the red faded who's driving. Blue. Maybe think of that. Hopefully, they've improved the decals since then hope anyway, actually, thank you so much for joining us on this episode of dear America podcast is our first famous person gets for the show. And so real quick for everybody listening where can they find out what's going on with you underscore, actually, Bratcher on all social media? Pretty easy Elissa tell them where they can find you unless Allen e essay on Instagram Facebook. Jake producer underscore, Jake on Instagram. I love it. I've got them figuring it out. And as always I am Graham Allen, and you can find me just like that on every single platform make sure to subscribe and like this cast, thanks for joining. And we will see you again next time..

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"graham allen" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"graham allen" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"To the news and why it matters. We are joined by special guests. Graham Allen with. Much for being on for having me. I really appreciate it quickly before we get into the conversation, tell people where they can find you. Oh, so money's grim. Alan host a show on crtv called rant nation. So you find me there. You're funny. Thank you. That's one of the nicer things people. I hope you die. Glenn top story stories Cavanaugh and the way that the Republicans have played this, it's already starting to show in the polls, and it's going to show in the election, and I think it's the first time I think in my lifetime that this is this is almost a perfect way to handle something like this Republicans never do it right. One of Glenn's most famous comments I would say is incorrect. We've run for your life, you know proof for it. You know, you called famously called President Obama racist, and that was that was wrong. We learned today that he's racist against black people and white people. He actually doesn't like either one and we'll show you the. This is their mazing Graham. I think it's the same thing that Glenn said, you know, the cavenaugh thing, we have the FBI the, you know, the, it seems like one million investigation at this point and the fact that it was never about finding the truth. I don't believe the Democrats ever really cared. If anything happened to Dr Ford at all. It's all been a political ploy or chess game to delay, delay delay for their undermining agenda. I don't know if you saw CNN last night, but. I'm sorry. I forgot who I've talked. I missed that. Where we want to make sure to thank our sponsor patriot. So you know, I didn't. I had no idea before I started working here that every day I was every month. I was paying my phone Bill and I was the amount of money that I was paying, which it's not cheap was going. Some of that money was going to support Planned Parenthood all of the positives that I do not don't. I do not donate my money to them willingly. So now we have patriot mobile. I know you use patriot mobile also still. Yeah. And the first thing when get over that hump of is it good service. So you get the service, you get the good prices. You get all the things you yourself. It's right. It's actually riding on the back of one of the others, but it's not putting the money that you're putting into the hands of places like and not only is it not putting the money into the hands of Planned Parenthood, but it's actually it's putting money in the hands of places that you would support second amendment organizations..

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