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Adea [8]

To Live and Die in LA

36:35 min | 2 years ago

Adea [8]

"The events in the following episode took place on the days between March twenty fifth and March twenty seven twenty eighteen. Reluctant to share this piece of information because it was so essential to this case that I don't want the knowledge widespread. The go-to takeout, DACA. Go dot com under computer. There. You'll see a list of everything that Google storing about you. Your emails. Your contacts your web searches your browsing history. You're actively device information and most chillingly of all your location history. Click a button, and you can get it all sent to you in one easy, set of zip files. Less you personally, gone into your count and modified these Pacific options, all the Secuity more is being tracked and stored about you. Any embarrassing video you've ever watched any late night. Rendezvous you've ever had. Any website, you visited that you don't want anyone else? Knowing about even from the days when you clear your browser history. It doesn't matter. Whether you did it online or in the real world, if you had your phone with you nothing secret. Of course, other companies like Snapchat, Facebook and apple are also tracking your location data variety of ways. But for our purposes were interested in Google. Because it just so happens that when Chris spots picked up a day on the day, she disappeared. His phone was on in Google was tracking his every move. Due to the sensitive nature of this episode for presenting ads here at the beginning. I want to thank our sponsors for understanding. And please listen as they are supporting the production of this podcast. This next sponsor heard on so many podcasts, and I guess now they're here, and I get to tell you about them never heard of this company. Now, the time to let me tell you about stamps dot com. Stamps dot com's a popular time saving tool for small businesses. It eliminates trips to the post office and saves you money with discounts. The you can't get at the post office stamp dot com. 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Live to get fifty dollars off your first purchase of one hundred dollars or more. Chapter eighteen wishful thinking. Upi is responsible kid. I cannot imagine that she will do something. She never mentioned anything else to me. The fact that she was last seen with Chris makes me strongly believe that something something happened after she got in his car. This is my main suspicion. This is Nora a days. Mom, I'm filling in on the results of my phone calls over the last few days with Chris's family ever since Chris died has been increasing desperation from his family and friends and some concern that she might never be found. The police remained focused on the lake of the woods state wildlife area, which is about an hour into. What would have been a six and a half hour drive from days apartment to Wieland, California, where Chris's father lives. Yesterday, the police escalated, they're searching lake of the woods and began sending divers into the waters there. But so far there's been no result. That's why I'm desperately trying to find out what happened during that journey. From LA to have was on. I don't get any. It's killing me. It's killing everyone to just sit here and wait for any leads for any evidence because people call and they say any progress, and I get frustrated with this question. But then I say it's logical to ask the question because from where she was last seen. She could be seen somewhere else or. You know that there are always next steps. But here like everything stops after she gets in the car, and that's it. I mean, even the traces they faint it's been one month. There are cameras, and this evidence doesn't exist anymore. So I think it's really a matter of urgency to everyone for everyone to has seen her or has seen him to get back to us. And okay. This is what we saw. This is what we know. Because right now, it's been really one month in the dark, and we are working with all possible scenarios, and that could be nothing worse than when you don't have anything. But you just make up stories. We talk about next steps. And I tell Nora that Mary has made a generous offer that may solve the mystery of that journey with Chris. Mary is going to open up Chris's accounts to me that I can see the activity that Google and perhaps other apps have been tracking his. Mary believes that Chris and today got an fight in the car and Chris kicked her out in Santa Rita, which is about half an hour outside LA. If this is true, we might be able to find that exact location and of Chris stopped off at the lake of the woods area for forty minutes. As the police believe we might be able to find that location to. Either way we may finally know once and for all what happened on that fateful. Dr. We're gonna start just gathering is much data as we can is a lot of things you can put together that can create a time line. Let's start with g mail. Okay. Go ahead. What's the Email? It's. That's that. Just make sure what is computer? This voice is Chris's fiancee's. Mary. Okay. So both are now changed. Okay. Good. You just got a text message. It works. Okay. So we're gonna get zip file with win ever. Google is collecting. It says it may take a long time hours or days to create your receive an Email when you're archive is complete senate's one one thing, and we'll start to the next and going to go to his or you should go to both of ours. SO in Chris's, Email get a confirmation link, and then I should get the confirmation. And if you get it for it to me, if I get it off on it to you. Thank you. Yeah. It's crazy. I never knew collected. All this on the maps either. While we're waiting for the full archive. We're actually able to immediately at some of the activity that Google historic on, Chris including his locations or so ago. I guess we'll start. Start February twenty third. Say anything. No, I see exactly to his father address. And then to a hotel and driving straight down. We're seeing the same thing. Clinton, right. Let's see I'm trying to this is crazy, right? Is our is at your place. From the came home. Hobie noca-. Yes. Looks like seventy six station. Gorman california. So that could be the play that could actually be the place because that's where I guess. So that actually could be the place family stuff for five minutes. Dad's house. Here. No at this pit stop in between. This is bashing the police story. This is really surprising. According to Chris's, Google occasion, tracking not only did he never stop anywhere for forty minutes on his way to his father's house. But he didn't even go to the lake of the woods wilderness area. He just stopped at a gas station one exit before like the woods for five minutes. I need to let know this and see if this is something that police should know too. The reason I don't believe the police. Have this information is that they've been searching lake of the woods based on Chris's cellphone towers, things and that data can be imprecise and inaccurate. Especially in rural locations where few or no working towers on the other hand, Google tracking the exact location of your phone, even when there's no cell service or it's an airplane mode. While I've been talking to Mary Jaden has actually been trying to call I quickly. Check my texts then till Mary call her back because Jaden has just texted the worst news possible. Oh, no. No. They got a body. They're waiting. They're going to eat a forensic anthropologists to that idea. A while. The location where it was found is not lake of the woods. It's in Nevada county over three hours away. And the reason the police went there Jaden tells me is because someone either accidentally came across the remains or tip. The police off information is still coming in. Holding off on identification right now. There's nothing. Nineteen. Waiting by. There's nothing to ID. Nothing other than you know, Upshur likely skeletal remains. Until nora. How you doing? Not. Oh my God. I went say there's a possibility that's not her. The golden rule in search aggress Q is yours. Find the body. You're not looking. So I would say, that's, you know. You know, I would out of possibility. God, I wonder if he has identified jewelry or things that they could tell Nora, which if she has it or not. That I don't find gonna wait until they percent, but you know. There's a possibility that we could like be back at square one at some point to that. You know? Yeah. I mean, I know everybody wants to actually say oh insurance hurt. But. You know? Jaden is leaving open the possibility that this may not be a day. That's what police detective or a former police detective does. But it seems very likely that this is her whilst would they be contacting her mother Nora. When I hear the news. I'm not shocked. I'm just said. So sad for Nora for angel and Emma and today is friends. But especially for. When we spoke earlier about hope that she still alive when we said, we couldn't call it a homicide because no body had been found. It wasn't really hope. I see that. Now. It was wishful thinking. On some level. The all new the truth. Yeah. And just. Chapter nineteen shallow grave. They even though he's not he's no longer alive. They're still gonna try him. At the press cop Kagan is referring to Chris Botts? They're gonna see they're gonna come on there. And they're going to say that, you know at the final press conference. They're going to say, you know, cell phone. You know information, you know, let us to this area because that's where he went. And the reason they're going to do that is because they're gonna want to explain that. She was dead. The day. She went missing. And there was nothing. They could do 'cause fire them as hey, we were investigating this case. And but it doesn't matter. We could've never recovered her alive because she was dead the moment, she went missing. And so that comes out than, you know, the only thing in there is like, you know, saying T Easter never named as a suspect. Yeah. Sure. But that's just for vested purposes. He was a suspect to everybody. You know, what I think is because he wasn't named as a suspect Raza made. He was. Jason's predictions turn out to be pretty accurate at the press conference later that day at the LAPD headquarters, the tragic news and the details of the police investigation are publicly announced. Today. I'm here to discuss some developments in the missing person investigation involving a day Shabani. Shana? This rather complex investigation, and it is a little convoluted. So if you'll bear with me what I'm going to do is go through kind of a time line of significant events during the course of the investigation that led us to where we are today. Has most of your where on February twenty third at approximately one fifteen pm Shabani left her seventeen hundred Wilcox avenue apartment in the company of young man by the name of Christopher spots of studio city a over the next couple of days, her family did not hear from her and her friends did not hear from her as well. So they became concerned and on February twenty fifth her friends reporter missing to Hollywood division based on that missing persons section of Los Angeles. Police department began investigation into her disappearance based on information. We developed over the weekend of March tenth and eleventh robbery homicide division. Detectives and over one hundred volunteers from the Sutter county sheriff's department and. Search the area of the lake of the woods wildlife area near nNcholas California for signs of mischievous at the same time robbery homicide. Detectives travelled to fort Morgan, Colorado. Their efforts were in an attempt to locate Mr. spots and have a conversation with him to get more. Details about the disappearance of Mr. Bonnie and also take a look at his twenty fifteen Toyota Tacoma pickup truck as that was the last vehicle that she had been seen in. They were able to locate either. So they returned we placed a want on that vehicle to locate the vehicle and recover the vehicle so we could look at it for investigative purposes and on March twenty second San Bernardino sheriff's department step at he's located Mr. spots in that vehicle in the area, the ten and fifteen freeways after stop. Ping him to recover the pickup for robbery homicide division. Detectives Mr. spots fled the scene. California Highway Patrol pursuit spots in his vehicle. Ultimately stopping it. At the green river road exit off of the ninety one freeway in Riverside County. Christopher spots remained in the vehicle and at some point in time committed suicide dying as a result of self inflicted gunshot wound based on information we had gained over time. And learned we wanted to return to that area that I spoke of the. The wildlife lake of the woods wildlife area in nNcholas California. So on March twenty fourth and twenty fifth we sent divers from the Los Angeles police departments metropolitan division, dive team up to that area to search it. They searched it over the course of the weekend. And we're unsuccessful in locating the remains or any indications of miss Shibani over that week. I know however, robbery homicide division detectors were in the area, and they gained some additional information caused us to want to search the area of the Spence. Ville wildlife area in Nevada County, California on Monday, March twenty six in the morning, Los Angeles, push divers were searching that area and walking to shores. There was a water's edge where they found what they believed to be a shallow grave when we checked it. We were able to determine that. It contained human. Remains, but because of the condition of the area, we were not able to recover the body of mmediately, and we requested the assistance of the Nevada county sheriff's department and they're coroner's office as well as the assistance of the Chico state, forensics anthropologists. They came up today, and we were able to remove the body. It's a rather slow and laborious process that is meant to preserve the evidence any evidence there and recover the Maine's as graceless possible. Those remains were recovered today and tomorrow, the Nevada county coroner's office will conduct an autopsy to determine the identity of the remains and determine causing manner of the death at this point in time. We believe that those remains are the body of miss a day. Shabani? We also believe that mister spots Christopher spots, which somehow involved in her death. And we believe this to be a homicide. However until the conclusion of the autopsy and our -bility to examine the evidence related to the recovery of that evidence. So we won't be able to determine that definitively on that will take several more days to do to follow through on. What I will do is. Now at this point in time answer any questions you have regarding the investigation some of it. I may not be able to answer because we're still processing evidence and going through. But I will be able to try answer. Whatever I can for you. Station that means comedia- before frustration. More on. I said, well, these are complex investigations to say, the least and as you've seen the way I put the chronology out explains number of things but first off his we have a young lady. That's missing. Okay. Hey, I don't know where she is that she could just be missing her own accord, or or she could have been met foul play, which we believe occurred in this case is either way a to be able to take it into a courtroom. I have to and to prosecute I have to have physical evidence. And it's or other other than its supports those allegations. Although we believed in speculated that that night of occur that would not have stood up a foreign arrest. So we went through each one of those things I don't believe it would have changed the circumstances in any way on this investigation. Yeah. They had an intimate relationship. I would say probably some boyfriend girlfriend at least, but at least in a relationship. That I'm not sure. When we believe that's what was said. And if you were to look at the picture, you can see that she has would be to carry on suitcases that I believe and some other things that indicate she would have been going on at least a significant road trip. Okay. Thank you very much. data's podcast be a little over what year the press conference. You just heard the LAPD has not made another public statement about what we can Dow fortunately, call the murder of dasha body. In other words, the police have never said conclusively who was responsible other than stating that they believe that Chris Potts was quote somehow involved in her death. According to Nora, the police since told her that they have no plans to say anything more definitive than that. We can only hope that this changes. Chapter twenty remembered. After the sun sets over Hollywood eighty people gather on Wilcox avenue just off Hollywood Boulevard. They're standing outside a place. That's for Miller to listeners of this podcast. It is the duet apartment building where a day Shabani lived. People are using the past tense for her now. It is a painful tense. The mourners huddle in a semicircle. Most of them were his peers and teachers at the Stella Adler academy of acting. Today is off angels. Here. The day is friend Emma is here is here. And Nora day is mother is also here. The group is gathered around a small altar. It's been set up on the pavement in front of the steps leading up to the apartment building on it. They're candles roses, pens paper and to head shots of day. Looking radiant almost Djelic in a white dress and eighty people most of whom came to Hollywood small towns carrying the same dreams. Dan stare back at her. The sad. Wet is some were friends with the day from school. Others were friends with Chris from school. All are thinking the same thought. She didn't deserve this. One of the prisons are I know that small determined that she wants something she'll was very bashing. She her current to be here became through tremendous talent. And choose to girl around the outside could say that must've oneal was too small for their because she always had interest for something more. She had been trimmed. She had big someone who comes here to, you know, someone just like me you can identify with this person so much someone who came here chaser dream all the way from Europe believe me, if you met this girl fee newest girl, she would be a great France everybody that knows. Spunky gal is sweet heart. Everybody knows. Day's mother Nora stamps in the center of the crowd. She's one of the only people here who's not crying, her voice, heavy and slow. She tells me in my heart. I knew day was gone. The trying center is is actually worse than tears for. There is no greater pain than for a mother to bury her own child. Doris lowly takes a small crowd in where news, trucks and gathering. And says. I want her to be remembered. Last night was the first time I saw going my dream. She was. I so her from behind. Like, everything is over actually saw my family in front of me. My husband, my son and her she was. On the site. But I said, okay, this is over. It was the first time I saw her in my dreams. Coming up onto live and die. Space. It can saying that he has a friend who has been with his life, Cole's, brother. Could be the compass. So tell me how this works. This is going to send a satellite came to you every five minute, correct. Monarch jolt time you're up there. Every five minutes out your location, and that's obviously all waterproof impact-resistant, plenty of battery life to we need to come up there recover you. We'll be taking a week off to conduct interviews that some of the people who've called into this podcast, and we'll return the next episode on Thursday, April eighteenth, I know some you've contacted me and you want them right away much of this investigation. And this process is ongoing. To live and die in LA has been a production of tender for TV and Neil Strauss. In conjunction with cadence thirteen. The executive producers of this podcast, Donald Albright pain, Lindsey and Neil Strauss, along with producers outs fest stead and Mike Rooney. Original music score by makeup, vanity set theme. Love and war by flurry. Ardenne designed a Trevor Eyler. Editing. Alex Vespas stead with additional mixing, I resonate recordings. Especial thanks to rich burner. Kevin richter. Chris Corcoran, Oren Segal Ryan fish back Bill Schulz or Rosenbaum at UTA angered they oh. Eric Lynn of Shangri, LA and the Nord group. Thank you for listening and for remembering day.

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Experience is a Feeling with Leslie Eades

@530 on Main

43:37 min | 6 months ago

Experience is a Feeling with Leslie Eades

"This is the at five thirty on main podcast I'm Sean Collins and I'm Mike Davis and we're here to discuss the convergence of digital and physical experiences in today's world. With, extend group as an expert in designing online experiences and VPS architecture an expert on creating physical experiences, you will hear unique discussions on technology theory and more that merges our separate of expertise into one podcast. Experience. Thanks for tuning in we hope you enjoy today's at five thirty main podcast episode. All right we are in the extension studio here at five thirty on main, we have Leslie leads in the podcast studio today. We have Mike Davis Sean Collins We are here today to celebrate all things experience. We're here to talk to Leslie `Bout How she Executes and guides her clients through that word experience. How she gets to that word. We'll give you a little background on Leslie here. You can find it all online chef awesome website. She'll tell you a little bit about that later. She's a very active on social media, but Leslie owns and operates city social events. It's a craft heart driven company love that right there craft and hard driven company that creates in logistically executes events experiences within the community. She's in Evansville. She attended the University of a southern Indiana. modder. Go. sh- for her UNDERGRAD. She went to the University of Evansville for graduate work and she started city. In Twenty Sixteen, she is an active dreamer she loves what she does. She seeks when she's not working to create those client experiences. She's outside looking for ways in which he can climb Ron do obstacle course races. She's Big Spartan. Competitor bear crawling is that one of your favorite things? Favorites. I guess it depends on how you define. Favorite. General basically the last thing just training for life and that's that's very important. So Leslie Welcome to at five thirty on main. Thank you for having me Mike. What's what's going on? In VPS, architecture world today what's going on firstly what experiences you develop enjoyable day enjoyable day for sure and. Ray for the holidays let's just put leave it at that but one thing I did want to touch on and all that list if I'm not mistaken. At Southern Illinois tests playwright. USI. Humane you. Get everything computers right now. So but you play Tennessee aside. I walked on my freshman year. So yeah only played for one year but it was a it was a really good year learned a lot. So yes, we'll give him a good experience when when you're listening to all activities. Yeah. Yeah. I know you're very involved in our community both in your profession what you do, but you're also a big community advocate work for several nonprofit organizations and We were just talking about core values and some of those other things but. As we talked about at five thirty on main Mike is architect designs, physical spaces. We design consumer experiences whether it be online or somewhat of an event or even something that's tactical in their hands. So if you don't mind. We like to get started with what is your definition of the word experience. Yeah. So my definition of the word experience based on what I do how I live is experiences a feeling. It's a connection So professionally whenever I'm creating event experiences, what I'm trying to do is learn about who clients are and how we can create that feeling in a space where they're inviting guests into to share that with them. Yeah. So tell us a little bit about. Social I said it was started in two thousand sixteen. Tell us talks about that experience journey for you? Yeah. It has been a journey that's for sure and I learned something new still every day but started in two thousand sixteen and there is no idea was to create event experiences. I didn't necessarily know what that meant at the time because you know whenever you you start a business, you have this grand idea and then until you actually start to do it, you don't know how it will be received what what it will look like whenever you're out there implementing the plans that you've put together and whenever you're actually doing the work and connecting with with people and seeing what they want originally in my mind I thought I would primarily be doing weddings but I was also. At that phase in my life I was meeting with anyone I could just as to have multiple mentors with entrepreneurship and just learning about all different aspects of starting a business and so I was very open to that path taking me wherever it went and that led to be connecting with Scott Schick. Who owns the ballroom at sauced and he at the time Needed someone to come in and run their events base, and so he and I sat down and You know I was Kinda like, Oh, I've got this idea what if I run the event space but you know not as an employee but through city social, you know in all developed a system of processes to then work with your clients from start to finish they'll have this I think the like for events that it's not just the. Event that's the experience. It's every step of the way that is also an experienced. That's just as important. So through that he is. Started this working relationship and I still. Run, the event space of the ballroom at sauced and so that was one thing I had no idea when I started that was where it would go. And then every step of the way is just kind of learning something new and then just last year as we really got into what city social meant. A worked with Matt Wagner Lawrence Taser of the courthouse cooperative to rebrand a black strap media did our website. And Alex Maria Did the first website. So it was just this collaborative process from start to where we are now and So yeah. Let's cool I. Like what you said in business that take it where does and let it flow I think a Lotta of times too many people get stuck. Well, we do it this way. That's the only way. And they don't change and they don't evolve and I think that can hurt business as much as. Anything. Yeah. So you talked about. You had a core target of you thought you might start in weddings and you know after going through the experiences with Scott sauced and and then you found that there was another opportunity How much has? Processes and the processes you talked about that experience all the way through how deep do you take that in building a consumer experience in building like I'm sure imitations are huge and how those are received and how they're delivered and or how someone one is greeted when they walk in the space to the event and all those things. So how do you use whether? It's I don't know a lot of people. Use you know scorn they use different. You know different terminologies to define processes. Do you have a specific one? Or Review Dappled your own. All of it. So. For sauced and then we also managed the old courthouse venue space. So we use a program called gather and that's a venue management software, and so through that software, what I can do is go in and create templates for different stages of the planning process and then also create different deadlines to assign to each files of someone books. We do there electronic contract and then I have a a welcome email. That basically sets out what the planning process will look like I think that communication is very important. So you know communicating to clients and people that end up looking like, okay. This is what the process ideally will look like. This is when you can expect to hear from me. These are my office hours are this is how we communicate best wh how do you communicate this kind of setting out that foundation first? And then kind of operating from that is very important. So. Yeah and so for the venues. It's crafting something that's specific to what that venue needs because experience and the services that we provide for those venues is very different than the experience and the services that we provide for individuals that just book through city Social like for our wedding planning clients we'll. We'll do something very similar. We'll. We'll set out a timeline of what the planning will look like based on their wedding date and some clients will book three months out. Some will book a year and a half out. So those processes will look very different and I'm learning a lot to go and how to be most effective depending on what people book and. and. It's something I'm constantly learning to you know have some people that will book a year and a half out, and they'll do like the package called the essentials package, which were basically there to kind of guide the wedding planning process, and then get super hands on you know closer to the wedding. But when they book a year and a half out I have to kind you know. No my boundaries and what I've been hired to do and just kind of be patient and wait until we get closer to get like super involved. But in the meantime, we can build that relationship and I think it's really important with clients to have a relationship of trust respect and that allows us to come in and do a really good job. The day we went to a lot of a lot of organizations are Goya. Model we have these templates and if you don't fit into the template, then you know it's one hundred percent custom and and all those things. So have you found the packages or the custom the custom experiences easier to manage I. Think it's a combination of everything to to get that ideal end result because even when we have the packages in the templates, different things like any emails that I have their templates, right so I just have a certain time that email will go out, but I'll still customize it based on who's receiving it and taking into account. Me Knowing who they are, what they're expecting and so it's just kind of this this this blend. To to get where we need to be, and again, the end result is is creating that experience. So however, that looks that we can make it work. The most efficient way possible is what we try to do because that's what Sean and I talked about. It's like our world and architectures actually changing from this. kind of template a form to every client is different. Every client unique every client has their own wants needs their own schedules everything. So almost every project is custom to that client so. It's interesting. I would think every client you have would be almost custom. Right and how much is repeat business too I mean. So for corporate events. corporate clients that are repeated, and then of course, the venues there are certain groups that will book called parties the same time every year and that's been a really neat process. Now that we're three years in to have worked with some people especially through sauce, you know this is our third year in a row. So that's been pretty. NEAT. I've had a couple of wedding clients where. We'll do they'll have multiple there's one family they had three daughters, and so each year we've had a wedding, each daughter which has been really a really neat experience as well. So. So tell us I mean you're from Evansville. You know. Born raised, go you us I you e graduate work there? Tell us how that is shaped how that community experiences impacted your professional career. Yeah. So. I think one thing to know in addition to education as I started working at starbucks my first my freshman year of college. Also, I didn't play tennis throughout because I was working fulltime. So it was a it was a little much I learned Yeah. It was good. Good for that time it was. Not, sustainable for for me but working at starbucks really taught me a lot about company culture and people in a way that I'd never really experienced before and I plan events they're just as different fundraisers. And then would host coffee tastings and bring people together and a lot of what I do now is what I was doing them but I didn't realize it. And so then. My education, you know I, I got a business degree at US I and then. I ended up teaching it Ivytech for several semesters and that's you know I ended up going to. Get my graduate degrees. So I teach and live took me a different way and I don't know a lot of the time to Kinda felt like I didn't know my path but. Now looking back, I was obviously on the right one the whole time you know, but and so I kind of keep that perspective in my now with everything that I do professionally and personally life's journey yeah destination right. So. Any core values from the that you can say come from our community that that goes with you on a daily basis on Evansville, Evansville is in the heart amid west or by talks about you know it was was that Midwest Har- worke is is that something that you've taken away from the community or for just innovation? What? Yeah so as Far As community values, I'm not really sure better you and I chatted briefly about values right before this values I think are one of the most important things that individuals can define and learn about themselves So and I think that what makes a community's values come together each of those individuals values coming together to work So for me, I'm my my values are self discipline and courage. So those are the filters that I operate through. And then city social I. actually we have values as well. They're and integrity and collaboration. So the idea with that I guess is would parallel to the idea of community having values. Because idea see social all the associates that work at city social. Whatever values they bring to the table. We then use our collaborative values with the collaboration and act with integrity when we're in the community and working with clients so. Having those. I'm sure the client experiences has went what was already great too. Yeah and I. Guess if I were for me for my perspective defining community values, I would have to line lining up with ease for everyone initiative. That connect contribute. Celebrate. Component. In that order because when we connect with one another, we can't help but contribute to another lives and then we can celebrate together and it's this process this these values that consistently repeat themselves in action. So so let's talk for a moment about. Design will. Kind design experience. What's something you use? Every day it's kind of one of my questions is really well designed. It can be anything. The first thing comes to mind is always talked about was the gather software. As far as streamlining event planning processes I think that's something that is incredibly well-designed that I use every single day and there are multiple different tools like chunk tools that I use for like time management and different things that I think are really effective This might not be the answer you're looking for but one thing that helps me all the time is is just a notebook. Notebooks are very little design. I love the blank blank space to write jot down ideas, thoughts whatever. So I use that I write daily I mean the questions more meant to be to just think about the little details because. To me that. Well does anything well well-designed about the details it's anybody can just throw notebook out there but the really well designed book. That, the most skin, you know something like that where they actually. Out Hey how does someone use this? You know and that's why I think it's well designed. Yeah. We've heard everything from you know apple software to apple hardware to actually. The galaxy side of things on technology, and then we've went all the way to keys Mike an actual key in how one key can impact an entire organization and the infrastructure within and everybody has their key. But no, one thinks about it. No one thinks about it. So. Let's say As an event planner, this may or may not be an easy question of what what what's a space But building a park, just the space that Ah were makes you emotional or is an experience for you but you think about a so I don't I don't think this is a difficult question My answer is to me spaces energy, and so whenever we're creating event experiences and filling a space with people, there's a certain energy that is manifested and you know that's something that we try and craft and create an advance that sometimes for me and I I love planning from the perspective that I can kind of I can be there and kind of help it operate I like to be behind the scenes I'm I'm a very social person as well, but I I really prefer to be on the the. Monitoring and so sometimes for me those moments where I can become emotional is whenever. I can I can feel the energy that I know my client I envisioned together you know and even kind of seeing them seen clients lose Lose track of of the fact that they're they're hosting in event and they become a part of it to me. That's those are emotional moments and so they kind of sneak up on me there's not really I mean like. Weddings, there are there have been various different times the day whenever I'm just you know kind of present there that all kind of something will kind of catch me differently but there's not a specific moment for each event that would just make motions. I mean buildings are nothing without the people so that made it absolutely is the same way in our world. You don't design the building you designed the building for the people that are going to be inhabited it using it. Absolutely creating those feelings at the US Leslie said in the beginning like her definition that the feeling of of what's taking place. In there. So Buildings are are structural objects that are designed for creating those experiences. You know ten years ago the world look like a different place digital wasn't ingrained in everything. How has that How's that change the way you create your experiences for your client digital everything So, since I started I've I've had access to a lot of different digital tools so. But? I don't I think it. Being digitally connected helps with not only the streamlining and the efficiency of the planning I know for wedding clients that helps them stay more connected to people with getting information to and from family members and friends and helps alleviate stress in the process I think there are fewer unknowns whenever people are digitally connected Especially, if they're aware of the tools that they're using I'm able I work with a lot of a lot of my wedding clients have actually been not in Evansville so they'll be people that live you know. I had someone in North Carolina? Someone in New York and It's it makes it so easy to be connected to them and then and their their weddings were in Evansville. So it was it was they lived elsewhere came back here but yeah it made all those those tools made it very doable to still build that relationship with them. You know do facetime meetings or Google hangout and still get done what we needed to do. So how do you utilize you know in our world and church the same in your world digital is great. Right, but it's also evil because everybody can get on the Internet and here's fifty thousand things that I to do for my wedding through this and how do you how do you help them whittle that down to what they want for their experience and not necessarily yet that's someone else's experience. That's great. But let me take it. And transform it to your experience. Yeah I. So, one of the things I do is coming back to their vision because you know sports especially, you know people have their pinterest sports, they have some different things and a lot of times For me when I review a pinterest board that a client sends me I'm not. Necessarily, looking at the specific details I'm looking for the feeling. And looking for trying to. Kinda separate separate emotion from it and look at it objectively and kind of see what? What are they trying to create? You know not how does it make me feel emotionally per se but what are they? What are they trying to tell me with all these pictures putting it together So for me, it's it's kind of coming back to that. That convert just a conversation with them. So you know and kind of just asking questions based on what they're showing me that they want and trying. To develop a path from that so which makes it I. Think a little bit Easier in a sense because you're then you're not focused on each tiny detail, you're focused on the bigger picture. So same thing in our world, it's all the same. So as Pinterest tool that that, your clients have brought to you as a as a visual board if you will or is that something that that you took to them. Does everybody show up with a now not everyone a lot of wedding clients. We'll just have their own and so whenever they have won all ask to have them share that with me whenever I I started the business I thought I had to have a pinterest account for city social and I needed to do all these different things and you know put that out in the world people could see all the team he is, but it be. It was one of those things I was doing for the sake of doing it because I thought that's what I needed to do to be competitive and and you know and and. And that but that didn't align with my values who I am what I do and I don't want to tell you what you need i. want you to tell me what you. And so that method has been way more effective and I also. Like themes for events, I thought I needed to focus on themes at the very beginning of this as well. But I've learned this process that there is no theme. The theme is you you know I mean you you our. Branding and design right like it's. That's the same thing with events like the the brand is you and that's that's what we're bringing out. So Back. In. A former agency world we would do with A. High Profile, pharmaceutical companies and everything seemed to be a theme. It was like you know casino nithe or you know. Miami vice nine and everything had had to you know in their mind connect with whether it was what that theme was every video and all those things and it was really the education to them that it's really how this brand and how your your staff and how your team connects with that theme and how you translate it into your not how you bring this outside. One time I large multi-million dollar national sales event to come together, and then all of a sudden everybody's the a team. You know like there's a Mr T. and I know it's like taking Mr Tease you know his passion and hit in in how can that help you go out and yeah, the the themes I think they can everybody can get caught up in them. Yeah and it's I mean. That's the beautiful part about events to is showcasing who you are. You know especially like corporate clients have no had people were doing the events that are going to be what colors to be used, and so the the question that I always go back then it was like, well, what are your brand colors know? What is your logo look like? What does interior space look like that's what we need to work with and he's to complement who you are. You know seeing all tied together. Yeah. Looking at how that individual connec how are you using all those things whether it'd be digital or you know? How are you using all that today to help tell your story like what is how are you going out and you're in consumer today? How are they experiencing city social and Leslie before they? Even me what's that client journey if you will Know City social I think a lot of it is were. Try to stay active on instagram. So. You know if if they're online seen different things on instagram or try and share stories but a lot of the connections that that process starts with word of mouth most of the people that we end up working with have been referred or no me or or you know my friends or colleagues in the community, and so the the process it starts there and then it it continues with connection you know meeting face to face getting to know one another And you know whenever we do consultations to I I see it as a I'm not just trying to get business. You know I want to be a good fit for what you need and I'm not the best fit for what some people are wanting You know especially, with I, think I mentioned like boundaries earlier and talking about like the best modes of communication and when we're available, you know I'm I'm not. My style is not to be You know if you're is a year way, my style is not to be available at nighttime a year in advance you know, and so some people want that or some people need that and I totally understand it. It's just not my style and so it's just kind of figuring out who we are and how we'd worked together and Yeah and then if into booking, it's Using those tools throughout the process however, that looks. So it's amazing when you say that like the the phone like you have set the boundary. So like everybody immediately thinks it seems like today in this twenty, four, seven, three, sixty, five world that that connection to you have to be on all the time in your phone in in that, you know you can send me a text at three o'clock in the morning that experiences is not something maybe that. That we need to be offering I was just on a on a web listening to a Webinar and kicked off with we were talking we were talking with the European manufacturer and we're talking He's like we're getting into the holidays and you guys are still working in a and yeah, it was it was from the leadership there were like, yeah we work all the time. There's no question. So that might not be the best experience for me for you and that translates into for your customers in. The service they get, I'm sure as well I think it's amazing when you talk about how your tailoring this and you're you're saying boundaries expectations, I just feel like right now that's a whole market where people are teaching other like we have architects out there teaching other architects to do what you're talking about. No. No you tell the kind up front this expectation you want package a package B or C, and this is what comes with it right? Because otherwise it's just like. Oh. Whatever in learned to what the client wants and needs, and sometimes you're halfway through the project and you're like, this is not a good fit. Shouldn't have done this and so I think that it's a challenge. Yeah I was at shape. I mean, how's that enhanced? Your client experiences just upfront else since two thousand, sixteen in two, thousand, sixteen, where you phone on all the time send me attacks like emails all answering whenever call me yeah. Yeah. It was I think it was quickly approaching burnout like within like the first six months because without having those boundaries and especially being self employed and not having that societal work life you know there it's it's very difficult to maintain work life balance and for me just as a person I mean I I very much value, my my personal time and the time that I need to recharge or. Do Nothing. A lot of times just to just to kind of regroup and and recalibrate, and I also respect my clients time you know I want I want to operate within those business hours and you know I'll even tell people you can contact me if you think of something like it night send it my way I'll just not respond until the next day and we know about each other and even like. If. I'm taking time out of the office which it's funny when you start a business, you think like, Oh, I can have all the vacation time in the world, but then you then he gone and you're like, oh. What's vacation But. If I do go out of town or do anything I. Like before communication is so important I try to be very diligent and telling people even if they have a an event six months to year from now like, Hey, this is where with planning I'll be out from the state to this day. They knew anything send it my way I'll get back to you. You know whenever I can I have I have some flexibility within those boundaries to you know if you have a wedding next week and something comes up at. Seven PM with a vendor like I'm I'm going to handle that, but it's it's more time appropriate and I'll use my judgment and they'll know and that's part of the I've learned building that relationship of trust with my clients you know they'll know throughout that process that if I don't respond right away during certain times, they know why and they respect that and I respect them for respecting that and it's a a good experience coming off the list, right everything's checking off the list. You can send me all you want. But if I'm off, I find technology is beneficial for cleaning up the clutter. So, like you know, I might not respond to people over the holidays. If I'm taking off my phone's on the couch I, don't do that. But then when I get a few months, I can sit there and quickly delete the clutter. So when I come back to work following vacation or whatever I'm not dealing with all this clutter and that's why I find it most beneficial I. Guess. So connecting, you talked about core values and talked about How how is your personal passions and and really defining what those are affected your instruments you're in product the the end. It affects everything to me. Personally. Doing her work in knowing who you are on yourself is one of the most important things that we can do. I think that when we connect ourselves, we can then connect with other people and so me knowing who I am and still learning that every day it allows me to be able to create boundaries and it allows me to be able to have relationships with people that are are trusting and respectful and I think I'm GONNA keep coming back to that trust and respect I think when you have those those two things in any relationship especially a client relationship that does impact overall result. However, that ends up looking so and especially with events. Things don't always go as planned and that's part of it and I try and communicate that to people because part of our job to is to to problem solve. And so on site at an event especially weddings, there's always something that goes wrong quote unquote but they trust me they I know what they want I know what they want to feel. So if you know if I need to make a decision that day I'll make a decision, they trust me to do it we'll figure it out and so yeah, it all comes that comes with trusting myself too which is part of the inner work just all part of that process. So yeah, kind of glance at the time and I, know we want to be respectful of your time and everything, but we still haven't talked about bear crawling. Does that I mean, what? What is it? One I'm assuming it's like a race of Enersen but now so bare they a full body exercise and so do the obstacle course racing and we've a group that trains once a week and anyone's welcome to go. We've got people of all different like athletic abilities and it's you know show as you are with what you have and we all work together. Bear callings. One of those exercises that we do, you can google it. It's really not fun. But I I love a good challenge. It's it's one of those bearcroft humble me. then. So I even liked to bear crawl with like wait on my waist. Every once in a while bearcroft down a hill. That's incredibly painful. Recently. Actually bear called downhill point of tears, but it was like this this. I don't know emotional experience and you learn a lot about yourself and it helps me. Doing all the physical activity helps me kind of test test my boundaries and test my. My drive in my my motivation and. Pushes, me different way I can then carry over into different aspects of my life. So I think it's one of those things mind body and spirit always come to mind and when people lose those connections like three legged stool if you if you don't have it. You're not stable in all of them are you don't have it all? You're going to be unbalanced and I think people forget that especially in our TV world and phone world where we just sit on our bums and Badge out. Yeah the Christmas present is right there like I just a click away. Why do we have to wait and in in all those things trying to educate the the youth you know of course it's nice. Not Being Burkhardt at Christmas time you know. What that mess and traffic? What process how do we change that experience over there? I think it's Changing experience in our mind and. Present with it well being here long enough and you watch it move from Green River road. Now it's Burkhart. I definitely would say, no stop lights would. I like we're we're leslie going maybe just my experience of I don't need to get there that quickly. There's others you know have that commute home in two hours and that's daily. How do you use use? Scud. Listen to some podcast. Exactly. There you. Download. Like I walk in the door like, okay. Go ahead and tell us what you heard on the podcast. Teach. I, mean if you listen and you believe like you're like Oh, that's something that I need to be able to communicate. So the one thing is is if you listen to it right and you don't if you don't know it enough to then communicated, have you learned? So I'm I'm always like I'll listen to this, and this is this is the core of the message and if we do this. I don't want to hear another thing. Like. When you walk in the door, don't yeah. Not One more podcast. Yeah so all We're getting there end of end of time here. What Person Product Bran you know community who has that? Has Their experience all the right way what is your favorite? Who's WHO's leading the way and holistic design experiences. As an absolute, I think that there are a lot of. I don't think you can answer this as an absolute but someone that's been incredibly impactful for me is is one of my best friends, Matt Wagner He's a designer in the community and just he and I do a lot of inner work together and he keeps me accountable to live into my values and he does the obstacle course racing and we have a group of friends that that does that but him as a designer. And and as a problem solver. Has Helped. SHAPE HOW I Think about design and about experience because that's I mean he he does branding and that's what he does. He creates creates space and creates energy and what he does for his brandon clients is very similar to what I do with my event planning clients and he has been an incredible mentor for me throughout this journey. So mad as an exceptional, that is a great choice. Well, naturally I mean that's really sums up. Our Hope podcast experience and what we're I mean how we all crossover everything everything you talk about is everything that I do and the architecture of clients and you and same with Matt. It's like you're building this experience in their brand. You're not just making space anybody can do that. It's amazing our our. Consumer Ernie whether you know it, it'd be a corporate event or a wedding or building the next. physical space or the next like how we are converging in one space around one word and that's why the at five thirty on main podcast came up. I listened to some listen to Mike as as a colleague and we hear these these things and he knows it design build and we you know the Internet of things and everyone is concerned converging around in that that in result of what's expected from the consumer US great. and. One other thing I'd like to mention especially with Matt I've been fortunate enough recently to work with his team at the courthouse creative We have a mutual client camelot and we've worked with them to rebrand and incorporate events into into the rebrand to tell their story in a very different way. So it's not only been an opportunity to live into my values with city social with the collaboration working with them but. It's just so many different pieces of everything that we've talked about today of just like come together throughout that process. So it's been it's been really unique experience. I learned so much from him and his team just during client meetings you know it's it's incredible to be a part of that and be a witness to what what him and his team are doing in the in the community every day. Yeah. You'll have a new experience at the courthouse and. Redone here in March is the. Room and the pro, a quarter being redone of had events there they'll. Experience something new so Last, well second to last question. What's the one thing that that you're you're looking forward to next year? I haven't set any goals. As of now. But. I don't know I'm excited to see to see where city social continues to go what I can continue to do personally. I'm excited to continue making connections in the community working on myself and Working with other people. Twenty twenty vision right and So I don't know take reevaluating personal vision and seeing where I can can kind of go with that and Yeah. Very vague answer but. It's what everyone's doing right or should be. Right for the listeners out there, how do they connect with you? How can they you know personally professionally within the community? Can they? How can they look you up? Yeah, I think instagram good way it's city I'll have to look at city social events. at city social events and then on facebook or city Social v When I started to city social, the domain wasn't available now. So we got city social events, city social events, dot com if you wanted to connect their. And then, yeah, just I I love sitting down talking community connection anything. So even if you don't have an event you're wanting to plan is you know Feel free to reach out if you have questions about anything we've talked about today I love talking about values I just sent Shana values worksheet before we get started so I can send you that too. Yeah city social events is that that's the handle on instagram so. That's been a big topic of conversation with Matt Lasley myself over the last year. So as get as I get to know Leslie and and actually reconnect with Matt I haven't talked to him a long time. You know we had A. I don't know it's been like eight months to a year that, and then all of a sudden boom one conversation lead into many more many more in this space. It's been awesome reconnected with him as well. 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SoCal is Burning

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SoCal is Burning

"Award winning chefs love fresh locally sourced products, steaks, chops, ribs chicken delivered right to your door liberty delight farms, dot com scheduled your delivery today fresh meat rees right. John and Ken show. John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou KFI. Am Six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Welcome on everybody for back another weekend for this This is wind. the biggest story in southern California right now for fires. The one that broke out this morning in orange. County. They are calling it. The San Diego fire because it broke out in the San Diego Canyon area of East Orange County was just before seven. Am this morning it's now grown to four thousand acres. And of course, with the high winds we're seeing. It's made it difficult to do anything about trying to fight it with. Air Support Orange County register is calling it the Silverado fire under Silverado fire but broke out in the Santiago Canyon area. That's right. Sorry. Silverado fire. So I don't know why it's called silver. About the Orange County fire. Except Orange County is pretty big that doesn't give me angle much help, but it's near Irvine survey fire. Because the evacuation zones what I'll call it yeah and a lot of them are affecting people in the area. Sixty. Thousand ft have been told to get. Out. Yes and it looks very bad there. Something called the Orchard Hills, community? North of Urban Boulevard from Bake Parkway to Jamboree Road and yes the evacuation affects roughly sixty thousand people. They had known this wind that was coming in I was just looking. At the where you sit right now roughly. Yes the humidity is four percent. I tell. You can tell us dry. No sinuses really bother me a lot on the humidity's dry. The only we don't have is a lot of heat. Now but actually cool heat is the least important element when it comes to these fires, which you the the wind and the lack of humidity would cause. It causes the fires to really. Get Large. Because the humidity dries out the vegetation even further and the wind drives it farther. Right he is kind of overrated in the in the grand mix things. Yeah. So it's also affected the to forty one toll road. which they had to close from Santiago Canyon Road to the one thirty three. Toll, so That's affecting people who are trying to come up ninety one and get to the to forty one. That's going to be closed for a while there's another fire that broke out in the corona area, and this is much more recent just in the last. Looks like our so. And because John it's burning in the area of Green River road near the Green River Golf course. What do you think they call it the corona fire. The green fire, the green fire remember the origins civic origin that would be something to see though green fire. I don't know. That'd be really. They have that on Jupiter they have green fire. So they're concerned about people in some your Belinda neighborhoods. If the fire progresses that way, they're apparently have been some. Evacuation orders issued for your Belinda neighborhoods north of the ninety one freeway east of Gypsum Canyon including Bryant Ranch Elementary School. So. Here we go. Yeah. The winds were gusting up to forty five miles an hour. Down in. Readings approaching ninety in certain places the wind was knocking down trees. So residents were running out to cut them up to get them out of the way of escape routes in case they got evacuation. Evacuation orders. That you might have to flee the home drive down the road and run into a down tree. So people on their own are are cutting up the trees. Those who have chainsaws? The silverado fire is got the old zero containment on it. That would be expected. And that kind of wind forty, five mile an hour wind that would be impossible to contain. Do much to fight it from the air with the water drops in the retardant drops you could imagine that that's not going to. Change much until they can all in dies down a bit which not really supposed to be till tomorrow I think. So Cal Edison said they may have to shut off power to one hundred and seventeen thousand people in six southern California counties because of the wind and the fire danger, and of course, you know the question people always have out of this fire star. We don't know that yet I mean clearly the most suspicious element or power lines, but we do not know that the with wind and I was. Explaining to that someone this morning that that's why they turn power off. If the wind brings the lines down could start a fire. That's why they've been shutting off. I think PG and E. E. shut off power to a number of people up in northern California in advance of this wind warning I I was up my park, the other day and city worker was out with one of those Edging tools. Battery operated right and so he was cutting the the edge long sidewalks of the of the grass and whatever brushes there, and he kept hitting the sidewalk and shooting sparks everywhere. Nice that I want to go hey, hey, fire season radio in there because it was a shower of sparks going all over the place as he was walking is very sloppy. As a city worker so You're not in a really. Forested area though but still. You. See the sparks going off. Wow, stop. That's the problem a little more careful there. We found this out through so many fires over the years that the spark and get blown easily in any which direction by a good wind gust and it just picks up the right vegetation and whoosh yeah. Never anything goes any kind of metal hitting cement at high speed. A lot like the blades of of of of an edgier. What do they call those? Weren't exactly we'd Wacker's but it's it's you know I know you're talking. Aiding. Metal, blade. Hung up against the curb and. Eat Yeah. I know everybody's obsessed with having a yard and need everything was shocked city care Davin need grass line. Yeah. What does it matter? They got vagrants lying around poop and everywhere. They care about a neat grass line. A little surprising. The the defecation on the sidewalk. They don't worry about the get edge line. Just right. I was just thinking the other day. It really hasn't been. That much in terms of fire for Orange County in a while I mean they had a couple of fires in the last few years but compared to what happened up in the San Fernando Valley. Yes. The last couple of years in very hard hit. They're very hard hit and I'm seeing that so cal Edison has. A turned out the lights in a number of neighborhoods some Encina valley someone who Rupa Valley some in Grand Terrace. And I don't know what they don't know what they basis on they look at the forecast for the local wind gusts I guess they figure out which areas they must have a big map with their power lines. At repeats. Yeah. I mean at a certain level of wind. They know there's a risk that these lines are GONNA go down because they haven't been maintained in a hundred years I. Don't know when the San Fernando Valley was settled like when was it? Your? Did they install electrical lines for all the developments that was the last year southern California's. Southern. California Edison paid any attention the infrastructure there. What what whatever the first year was that they settled I guess it's a guessing game I. mean this is one of the things I just read before we came on the air up in northern California I mentioned PG turned off power and they talked to one of the quote fire expert guys at some college said Oh. They undoubtedly saved a lot of fires from breaking out last night by doing that. We know we don't know you can't. No you can't go down that road and no I mean. There's no fire you don't know whether or not. That's what made the difference. Odds are you I think they probably have a formula where they know how many fires are GonNa. Start. If you have Senate and a wind event with fifty mile, an hour winds is probably an average number of fires that start every year. When you are every time, you have that that particular event and the most common sense way to look at it. Is If. You've got a power line that went down, but you had turned off the power to the line. You'll probably going hoof that could have been bad. That was alive. Why is strong winds everywhere in the country and don't shut power off everywhere in the country they do it here because our infrastructure is garbage, it hasn't been maintained in many decades. Up to one hundred years. Seventy that's why they have. They have strong winds everywhere else to you don't do this everywhere else because in other states, they the energy companies maintain their infrastructure. the energy companies have bribed everybody out their rear ends. So, they don't have to do the work. Do you think the topography they'll plays a part because while the canyons and mountains and forested areas like you heard those bad fires in Colorado this past week, and if you heard about those and and up in Washington and Oregon that we talked about previously that that some of the reason why these? More Dana goes goes back to what I always say is that there's areas people should be living in we should have power lines installed there there shouldn't be housing developments there shouldn't be anything because this happens constantly and always will happen and. Eventually, the insurance companies will make it impossible to live in some of these places. You'll get all your updates through KFI news. We probably talk to Ben Carson on what's going on in Orange County with that fire. The SILVERADO fire more coming out make sure the television excuse me make sure you have the record player on tonight I know had the best words people like Margaret Fans. People like the former chairman and leader of the Party in Germany based on the core principles of fairness. And reciprocity what that turn that that that that that that certain. Wand in the Sun Mike Bolton as you know is in Russia, and now an update from the presidential race. Is John and Ken John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. All, right. Well, of course, one of the big stories over the weekend from this arena was that early voting began in California. In fact in Los Angeles County. There are one hundred eighteen votes centers that you can visit their open every day including weekends through Election Day from ten am to seven PM. And the story is like a lot of this is a lot of people lined up very early when they first opened but it was the middle of the end of the day it was kind of dinner. But I read in Pasadena. People were standing in line for three hours. Yes I don't understand this. I need human behavior specialist explain this to me. A. Anxious about what? They WANNA vote because. Because they don't want to mail in their ballot, they don't trust that. So they wanNA vote in person. Election Day, it could be ugly three, appleton three hours is ugly and then when people decide to go, they decide to go early because they want to beat the crowd but that actually could be the opposite. That's really funny. People always think the only one who had the beat the crowd idea am going to get there early. On and oil is going to beat be there I'm the only one who thought of this you'll say I'll be I'll be there an hour before everybody. Know people are kettle they all think and do exactly the same thing at the same time. The bunch of cows standing line Pasadena Bray hours a three hour line kaos. Nationwide. OFFIC, their unique. The people that voted already already exceeds the two thousand, sixteen total. But I always had a caution to that because this being the pandemic year I think changed a lot of things. Well of course, a lot of people mailing in their vote and a lot of people not wanting be standing in line on election day you may see election day that the lines aren't so out the door. Obviously. There's a limited number of people who are GonNa vote this late think the turnout's GonNa approach an all time record. Guna Lot. It yet maybe does by. But I'm saying it's not like they're going to have four, hundred, million people voting. It's just people. These are the people who made up their minds a long time ago and they vote for the same party every year no matter what you know about eighty to ninety percent of the public votes for the same party every year. So if you're know you're voting for your party that you have all your life, then it makes it obvious that you're GonNa mail in earlier stand in line early because there's nothing the other side can do that's going to change your vote and there's nothing your guy can do to make you give up on him. I mean, it's so silly. There's there's just a tiny little sliver in the middle that can go anywhere. The. Vote Total Twenty sixteen was about one hundred and twenty, seven million votes between Hillary. and. Trump I didn't count the third party candidates they were kinda scattered but they think this could exceed one hundred and forty million people voting. More significant uptick than a million but it doesn't. It doesn't really matter matters who has the most votes. Whether it's eighty million people hundred and forty million that it indicates that people want something. That something is bringing them out even more than ten years ago if that if this turns out to be the case is an anti-trump approach, is both. It's both you just don't know the exact proportions, right? Right. But he he has every poll in every media report except for certain media outlets is telling us it's to get trump out. It would be a stunner if he's not beaten. But also I I wouldn't be stunned by it. Well after four years ago probably not no I feel it stronger this year that I did for years ago but that's probably just because it's been four years of trump. And all the people that cover this heavily. Enough and our Rudy if you didn't watch all the media you watch, there'd be no way to tell. But you know if you watch the more, you watch media the more you'll think that you're gonNA die of the virus and the more you think that trump is gonNA. Lose in a landslide because that's those are the two messages that have been being pumped out all year so Of course she'd feel that that's the only inputs you have. But what if you didn't have those inputs? Would you would you? Would you think you're you're going to die the virus I wouldn't I hardly know anybody who caught it let alone died from it. I have no nobody who died for Android just a handful of people mostly on the periphery my life who I heard had it. And so if I went by my my experience, it's like what? What's the big deal now turn on CNN it's like Oh we're all GonNa die. And the same thing I don't know anybody who voted for trump for years ago. He's going to vote for him again and I don't know anybody who hated him for years ago but still hate him. And everything you've just described is anecdotal and in your bubble. So Greg with that bright. But what I'm saying you can't survey the world by political I. Know Now you trump my heard and I know. So it's as just as distortive as getting all your cues from Cable News is Michael I. Agree that's the other bubble. Okay. Saying how this is going to go. Everybody's got bubbles. You Know I. My bubble I. Prefer not to look at the world. You know the fifty people I talked to but what do you go by? There's to go by well I used to go by the nationwide polls which are supposed to be real. Mathematical sampling across a diversity of people. But I don't even know if that's true anymore. Did you hear what the poster that Frank Lund said. No he said if Biden doesn't win this election and fairly decisively, we're out of business of should be. Everything we have is indicating a Biden win, and if that doesn't happen, people are never going to trust us again. After what happened for you but I don't think this time they'll really by I don't know anybody who really believes in the polls. Go with Idaho no party well, no, no no. No. I. Talked to a lot of people what I'm still not in it's nothing. Should I would I talk to your bubble and your small? Show what should I talk? I talk about is what I know I can talk about is what I experienced in life. I'm going to talk about what goes on in your life. I. Don't know what goes on in your life probably very little but I tell you but it's not representative of any. It's representative of something. Okay. With Seattle West side friends. More than well the Afrim reliant. Trump supporter no-no. No actually opposite sitting it's no it actually the opposite. I've always say right there secret trump's supporters. Oh no no no not that some of the DADS are yes. Some of the men are and they're they're not secret to me but their secret to their wives that is really fascinating little subculture phenomenon. Vote for Biden but they're gonNA vote go in and vote for trump yes. Isn't That happened four years ago to yes. Because there's too much social pressure. Women generally are more impassioned against trump than men. I think most men kind of get trump because he's a guy and he behaves like a lot of guys do and women aren't looking. Women don't know that guys act like trump when they're not looking. So the women really hate that behavior really much more bothered by the personality toxic masculinity yes. Yes. Trump exudes toxic masculine does zanuck. That's how he connects with men because some people like that. No longer. That's the thing off guys. All guys have some percentage of that in the off. And then then you have women who I don't I don't know what bubble they live in, but they pretend their husband or their boyfriend isn't like that. And every all the guys try to convince their wife. Oh. No, I'm not like that. We have some audio to play from the presidential race as a lot of it is Joe Biden. There's an explanation now he did not slip and say he was running against George. Bush there is an explanation will play the clip and talk about it next. John and Ken. Show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six, forty five everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Of course, fires a big deal today with the strong winds fire. This morning in eastern orange, county will be talking to Corporate Carson. After three o'clock about the latest on it and the evacuations of fire out in the corona area that is threatening Yorba. Linda lister reports a fire in the area Fullerton. Also going on it looks like the winds of the worst in that part of southern California out of county places, and then out towards corona being impacted by the winds and these fire starting the causes of which we do not know. So but we'll be talking to after three o'clock for the latest on that situation in Orange County we'll take these in order. Over the weekend of course, there was plenty of. For President even Joe Biden did one of his safe rallies he left the basement of Delaware made his way to Pennsylvania outside of Philadelphia. And he did like a drive in movie theater, rally. Would you come in your car and you park and? I. Guess You honk when you like what hear Anyway, it's really stupid looking this is in. Bucks County Pennsylvania. County Community College and. That there's nothing funnier than some of the public. Crap they're doing to try to show that they're very sensitive to the virus. It's like did he said that because he was asked how come we not have big rallies where's your enthusiasm said we're not going to be a super spreader no trump people. That's the cover story regardless of how the election plays out. Does not have a passionate following that's going to go hear him. So I totally agree he has a huge enthusiasm. Okay. So what they had to, I'm fascinated and what's happened. So when you're running a campaign, it's like, what are you? What do you do? Right? 'cause trump could fill any stadium. So what what do you do? You have a guy with a dud. Personality and he's losing his mind that he may win anyway but you gotTa show something right? You got to create some excitement. It's like, okay. What kind of like fake event can we have a where I felt a parking lot with cars and that'll kind of cool because it'll be different and and then what's the excuses why we didn't get a bigger crowd? The virus, and in fact, we're limiting the crowds so that a widow put anybody at risk risks the big cover story in the media. Gosh yes yes. He's being very responsible yes. Because the virus yes. Yes pandemic but the truth is he's got no following. He's he's the accidental nominee who may become the accidental president. But what if he has that silent majority that is really afraid of the virus and they're not gonNA come to his rallies even though they're gonNa vote for him because they don't want to be in that situation. A bomb Pakistan whereas you would expect trump to have the opposite kind of Pino Louis with the toxic masculinity I'm stronger than anything and I'm going no because Obama would pack a stadium even pandemic you think he would absolutely but Obama wouldn't do it either. I. Like. I think like Biden, Obama would do this if. If. Obama needed to do it he would. If he if he wanted to create a lot of excitement in a tight race. Yeah, and then you know what they would do they they they have. They limit it in some way. Right says sort of pretend. They're spacing that have masks they dowse everyone with insecticide they do something, but they'd have it because he draw. I. Don't think INSECTICIDE IS GONNA be covert nineteen. That's twice you brought that up on the show insecticide is not gonNA kill Covid nineteen does I i. don't think so. You need something that kills viruses and that. because. You sprayed somebody with insecticide they're not gonNA DIA Covid Nineteen? You know what? Because it sounds like trump now at a news conference, want to try something. Because they'll die, it's a Russian vaccine, put some insecticide all of yourself and walk into a nineteen ward because they'll die the insecticide. That's why baby. So. Apparently. What happened at this rally is that trump supporters showed up in a car caravan outside the rally they were yelling on a megaphone Biden. Here's part what Biden said, we can do something about this. We better. Get it done. A Better, get it done. And by the way. We don't do things like chumps out there the microphone doing trump guys. You Go. Bothered me because trump guys with their microphones those chumps. Jumps those jumps. He's easily rattled. I is I just trump had had a chance at these two debates to to just throw in the dig that got him. that. The only the only thing he came out with his eyes. Yeah. Why don't you shut up man? Let's play the woman made news more recently. A nother event. Where Biden was speaking, this is called the I will vote concert a virtual campaign event child will vote concert. Now, this was not an in person thing it was. Biden on screen and you match sitting through something like that. Should. You'll the high profile names included were John Legend Dave. Matthews. Pink share and there's one more will mention after we listen to this clip of Biden. This is the most consequential not because I'm running because who I'm running against this most consequential election. And in a long long long time and the character, the country in my views literally on the ballot. Kind of country we're going to be for years of Georgia Georgia I. He GonNa Find Ourselves in a position where if trump gets elected We're GONNA. Be We're going to be in a different world. Okay. So the line was four more years of Georgia Georgia and everyone said, wow, he thinks he's running against Bush. The official can't pay an explanation is. One of the other hosts didn't mention for this I will vote concert with George Lopez. And he was kind of directing his comment to George Lopez. On. That's that's not even a good one. No that's. Referring George Lopez played again. Okay lay it again. Sam I can't they play the second time. Everything has to go bash concert not because I'm running because who I'm running against this most consequential election in in a long long time in the character of the country in my views literally on the ballot kind of country, we're going to be four more years of Georgia. Georgia. GonNa find ourselves. where he wasn't cut. Four years of. He wasn't gonNA say four more years of George Lopez wise I know he was reaching for trump's name and. He can't get trump's name he can't remember like everywhere. Yeah he's being tested by. Weekend between these little events he dan and he was on sixty minutes he's going to be napping for three days. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. But a check on the big fire in Orange County that broke out this morning Irvine will come up after the news at three o'clock with Corbin Carson. Also, there's been a new development in the mayor, Garcetti and his. Sex harassing. Top. Friend. Rick Jacobs is big political consultant. There's good story on how Garcetti new for years, what Jacobs was up to and. Worried that it was gonNA come back to haunt him. That's the word in this latest story s which you you act think which true I mean. That's the way it would work the real world. Well here's a story that shades of El Chapo. Remember El Chapo is being held in a New York City jail. And family members were complaining and his attorney was complaining that he was dying in there because of the treatment in terrible conditions, guests who else is making the same noise d'alene Maxwell. Jeffrey Epstein's. Gal Pal and Madame. Who provided them with underage girl accusations young flesh. She's in prison or jail in Brooklyn New York and her friends are trying to get her out because apparently her health is at risk. They claim that she has lost twenty five pounds in the four months he's been behind bars. Because the people there won't give her the Vegan diet she follows. I. One day she went twenty hours without food. Twenty hours now if you were in jail. which will never happen. But yeah, go ahead. We don't want to get into that. We don't If if you went to jail. And they wouldn't serve Vegan. How long would you be protesting here? Would you lose? Of course you lost twenty five pounds you cease to exist. That's true. You, you'd be. You'd have to eat me. It depends on how long I'm expected to be in jail life sentence. Life sentence. That's what did she do? Get a terrible thing they finally found out. Okay. Then I'll just eat the sides. I'll just eat the salad and maybe the French fries you're not gonNA, in the Baloney Loaf No. Oh. No eggs no. Remember the loaf that they served at Arizona. To the inmates Sheriff Joe. arpaio. We saw the low facade. Ask Jail and. Riverside County or San Bernardino County we had like a little tour of the shoulders the loaf. All the leftovers they stick them together and bank it in the oven. It's a mishmash of disgusting. It says here, and this is her friend somebody by the name of Brian Basham. He's telling federal authorities have got to bail her out. She's GonNa be. Tried probably next summer. For Sex trafficking show last then she's lost twenty five pounds and four months. Well, so we'll let her wear a Bra. Because she's considered a suicide risk. That then shouldn't traffic underage girls. That's the way life goes she's in a nine by seven cell with absolutely no human contact. She comes clean about the epsteins perversions and ends over all the photos and videos that maybe she'll get out sooner it's up to her she wants to die in prison his starvation at Sir that's her choice. And we also learned today from the Vegan Desk I. Guess I don't know is that what this is? that. Maybe John One of the reasons that Disney's Baba. Is. Not Standing Up to Gavin newsom over Disneyland reopening is that he's just recently selected aboard position with a Vegan start up at. Berkeley. So he's gotten week it's called perfect day and they want to produce animal free flora made dairy proteins. So is gone Vegan and he doesn't have the strength now to fight for put up thinking now that's Baloney yet. No, you lose energy you get LAUDI would be okay. You protein have plenty of energy. You get you get listless lazy no he he's. He's gotten smart and he's realized that there are plenty of other options besides eating animals look he's a smart guy isn't he a lot of money? The We've been saying that somebody needs to. Take on a new symbols is drives frustrations. He's now gone. Vegan and he's lost his dry. It doesn't say he's a Vegan but I don't know. Let's just thinks it's a great business opportunity I'm sure it is. He's this is the first time he's been on board since he stepped down from apple your plants, Yum yum. Please give me a bowl of weeds. And some wildflowers? You don't know what you're missing. I'm seriously telling you I look forward to all of my meals every day. They're still selling to hard. I'm not even trying to sell it I just enjoy your very defensive I'm not even being defensive. On merits fine don't talk to me. You're always so militant, right you never hear people eat normal food act like this. You don't talk about what Burger you had the other night at some restaurant you even. Know I do. Studio there you've you've mentioned that. You. Never brought that up with me. No, it's it's. TATER. Actually. told me he hates eating because it takes time and it's annoying and I. I hate the whole thing that's why sit certain desk in the office. Down and choking himself this was quick as I can over and four seconds. That's right. It's just a sad intrusion into my life. Then you have to eliminate. You can't take ten minutes to just enjoy a meal without doing what you're doing some pleasant thirty seconds. Max Hits Right. John and Ken Show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six, forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP well, it's a win day. It is pretty high winds a lot of areas of southern California causing fires. It's blowing really hard here in Burbank one out there fixing people in Yorba Linda is just watching the TV new story. With a couple of guys with shovels on a little hillside outside of housing development, and they're trying to douse these little flames by burying it with sand shovels and they're digging and they're. Putting the sand over the little embers to make sure that doesn't flare up the big fire is the one that broke out this morning in east orange. County affecting a lot of people in the area of Irvine this fire broke out in the area of Santee Ago Canyon and Silverado. Canyon roads just before seven am it is now grown to over four thousand acres the. Sad new development just in the last hours a couple of hand crew firefighters have suffered serious burns. Going to bring on Corbin Carson from KFI news with more detail on this story and the fire itself had been watching TV video the fire down there and the Windsor credibly strong smoke is blowing sideways. Yeah. It's it's just amazing. All I mean all throughout Orange County as I'm driving around following this story, you're seeing you know campaign signs down I stopped by a restaurant, their whole. Outdoor. Seating area had been almost blown onto imperial and so yet customer struggling to grab that off. You know some American flags down on people's houses and stuff like that. The wind is just unbelievable right now. But then we just got the news. As you mentioned here in the last hour I'm at the OC, a global medical center in Tustin, we heard from OC fire authority chief Brian. Brian Fantasy he said it was with a heavy heart that he was. He was talking about two of these firefighters that are on hand crews. These are the guys that are like the hot shots that are out there cutting the line sling in the tools he said to get to clear the line and get the brush out of the way and create some kind of barrier around this fire, and then here he is just breaking down exactly what happened to these firefighters this afternoon at approximately twelve fifteen today. I got a report of to say hand crew firefighters. These are the firefighters like hotshot crews, swing tools, and and are using the most critical part of the fires they were critically injured on the Silverado fire. One of them, a twenty, six year old and one of them a thirty one year old. One has sixty five percent burn. So second and third degree. The second has fifty percent. Both second and third degree burns and he goes on to say you know currently there at here at this medical center, their families are here but he says, this is really a tough time for firefighters having to deal with this while still fighting fires that keep sparkin up around Orange County. Do, we know if the flames blue into their bodies, we have no idea exactly how this happened. Not Right now what we've been hearing, you know obviously, they don't want it. This is a couple hours ago that this happened. So they have not released any actual details as to what happened to him, but we have been asking a lot is about. Those aircrews, these are these are fighters that are dependent on these aircrews and here fantasy continuous to talk about just how difficult it is fighting the fire at this moment with just hand crews and and and the the aircrews being shut down by these these these gusting winds anytime. You Windsor that bad where you can't fly certainly that has an impact. Largely the firefighters in the air dropping retardant dropping water they're slowing that fire for the ground crews to do the things they need to do. Both hand crews and the bulldozers and the the firefighters on the ended those those hose lines. So air attacks very important but it still firefighters on the ground that they put that far out in another thing you know that that was really disgusted. This press conference finished the went on said he was going back to talk to the fan family. So we got to talk to OC captain Gonzales fire. Thirty. Captain Gonzales as he talked about, just the conditions out here. You know obviously, we haven't had a lot of rain the the the humidity is in single digits we've been talking and everyone can look their windows and see this win but he was talking also about the terrain that the firefighters are dealing with right now the terrain definitely, you got a lot of up and down hills if you will flat areas we. Have a lot of dry brush but the concern is that it bumps up against to the home. That's what we're concerned about. That's where we're trying to keep our our defense to protect it from going into homes. The brush itself is dry. Some sprouts is very thick. We have a lot of grass in the wind definitely has dried it out and between the winds dry out of the brush the hilly terrain. I it's a battle where you know we definitely the helicopters of the planes above. But like I said before the ground crews are doing a great job in from understanding, we've done a great job protecting structures so far we haven't heard of any structure, any homes that have been burned as of yet, but again, this this fire just erupting early this morning around six, six, forty, this morning and the Santiago Canyon and. Silverado Canyon roads and exploding within an hour just just just from there all the way up to four thousand acres with no containment as we've heard of yet in this apparently affecting people in this Orchard Hills neighborhood. That's most of the evacuations are right yes. Sixty thousand people so far have been evacuated. We have also heard according to the city of Irvine says that there are evacuation centers that are established a university. Community Center Quayle He'll community center turtle rock community. Center. But Yeah. So far these neighborhoods There are mandatory evacuations. North Northwood High School Portola Springs Eastwood's Stonegate Loma. Ridge Canyon View Santiago Hills and they're saying if you're in these areas near these areas, just be ready to go have your stuff that we've always heard. You know you're you're to go pack the your your medical papers that you might need any. Medications that sort of things be ready to go in case this thing shifts because these winds are so strong at any minute and these embers are being carried so far that this thing can pick up and just ignite in any of these terrains in a matter of seconds. Do we know if this is another area that hasn't burned in many years that they actually said anything like that yet because that's been the Common situation, with these really big fires lately that I have not heard of yet I. If this is it this is one of those I know that there are a lot of areas that have not burned in that in these canyons in the surrounding areas. But right now we haven't really heard anything or at least I haven't heard anything as far as to win the last time these particular areas I've burned. All right. Thank you very much, Jeff. Freeman Corp. awesome. That's in the fire region eighty, four, mile an hour gusts. And Santiago Canyon head up to fifty eight mile an hour gusts. Is a tremendous wins. And I wouldn't be surprised if these firefighters who were working hand crews. May Be the ghost just. Brought flames that kind of overwhelmed them that's why they were so badly burnt her hoping for the best there as you heard corporate, say to firefighters to the Orange County Fire Authority one, twenty, six years old the other thirty one did suffer serious burns a couple of hours ago battling this fire down in the area survey. So for our listeners who don't know, that's what we're talking about an Orange County this is close to Irvine. This neighborhood we talked about his that they're trying to protect is Irvine. Raleigh. The evacuations have occurred Orchard Hills neighborhood homes north of Irvine, Boulevard from Bake Parkway to Jamboree road is what they're trying to protect, and again it's not the only fire. I mentioned that some a it started out in corona and the eastern edge of your Belinda is threatened by this one, which is grown to a few hundred acres. It they changed the name a couple of hours ago they called it the green fire. Now it's the Blue Ridge fire. Oh that was the Green Fire Yeah I saw the Blue Ridge fire on TV and I was trying to figure out. Says right here. It was initially named the green fire unchanged to the blue. Ridge fire from Green Blue Ridge drive in Yorba Linda I say or or you can call it the Yorba Linda. I think we have Irvine fire in the Urban Linda fire right now since that gives a great majority of our listeners, the idea. People who live in those towns might want to know that I don't think there's anyone who lives in blue, Ridge? Johnny Ken. Show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Night, stay tuned to Kfi for more the fires and the effect on traffic particularly Irvine area in Orange County the eastern part. Of Orange County. We have a fire burning there that started this morning and. This afternoon, the two firefighters from the Orange County fire authority had been critically injured with serious burns. Crews battling that blaze. They don't know anything else but that right now but they are being treated for serious burns last week one of our big stories concerned. Mayor Yoga Pants Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles. Apparently has a top adviser by the name of Rick Jacobs. who was a city of L. A. Employee until a couple of years ago when he moved over to run the mayor's Fund One of these nonprofit foundations. Were donations are funneled to the mayor for supposed charitable causes for favors It's it's it's it's the bribe fund. At Jacobs step down from that role to because he now has several accusers who say he is a sex harasser. One of them is your Charlene who was on our show last week. He came out Monday night announcing that Jacobs had forcibly kissed tim on a number of occasions a few years back and then he said he spoke to other city hall staffers who said that Jacobs would also do similar things like groping them. The. Times confirmed that by also talking to those city staffers who want to remain anonymous and this matters because it all started with an lapd officer who filed a complaint against the city it's a civil lawsuit about being passed by Rick Jacobs for years when he was on the bodyguard detail, the security detail for Garcetti and Jacobs to travel with them and take apparently did there's a number of these things to him to their several fascinating things in this story that you shar a leap put together. One of them is that the reason rick. Jacobs isn't working directly for Garcetti anymore is because he was so abusive during his time as a city hall employees, e they they. They had to push out of that orbit and put him in charge of the nonprofits slush fund. Because he was so abrasive. Yeah. Abrasive. Suppose was very tough to women. He was bullying to women, and of course we know what he did to certain men. Yeah. It says allegations because the new the new theme here from your showroom Lee. Garcetti new four as far back as two thousand, eighteen he claims Garcetti was talking to an advisor about Jacob's Garcetti told the adviser I can't believe Rick worked at city off three years and we didn't get sued. That's the quote from this adviser. But. That's the quote from Garcetti to the adviser Yes. Yeah. And the guy's information he gave to Ali is the guy was stunned that Garcetti was willing to admit out loud. What everybody's been talking about behind closed doors. The Jacobs regular engaged the sexual harassment and assault displayed abusive behavior towards colleagues and underlings, and it questionable ethics and the nobody understood why Garcetti and his wife and his wife is one of the unseen unknown powers. I've heard this from a number of people that amy wake the wife is a piece of work. And she is particularly harsh in dealing with people and Garcetti just goes along his affable friendly empty self and let's And and there's Rick Jacobs character do all the dirty work and beating people up. Here, in fact, that's one of the quotes in the story that Garcetti prefers it this way he lets those to do his dirty work by bullying people and harassing people to get what he wants done. Supposedly, that's Garcetti wants to be this nice guy and cheery persona but these to his wife and Jacobs are the tough guys and Jacobs reserves, most of his anger to toward women. Often for women who disagree with him or challenge him ten women who were for Garcetti. told me that Jacobs frequently bullied them, threaten them, harass them and sent inappropriate text messages and emails I remember he's Gay. But beats up on the women harder than the men men who wants to kiss. The quotes I was looking for Garcetti didn't ignore rix behavior because he was loyal to rick. He ignored rix behavior because he enjoyed the to get someone to people and he didn't have to do it. A source who worked for Garcetti and a political capacity frame the mayor's approach to management like this. Quote I'm going to be the person who smiles on the nicest person. You'll ever meet I surround myself with people like Rick and amy to harass the bleep out of you. That's right. 'cause Garcetti is not the nicest person. You'll ever meet. All right that is a facade, a very carefully constructed iron facade. That Heidi's he loves doing his little fireside chats those. News conferences. He was doing where he tilt his head and talks about his love for angelenos eight, but he is a complete fake and now things are starting to crack Angelenos and we see what's going on. He's a nasty. Guy. But. He knows that nasty isn't GonNa, play well for his political career. So he hires this beast Rick Jacobs. To do some really abusive stuff. He knows Jacobs is doing it. And he's known for years he doesn't care. All. These silly employees of of Garcetti who are all there speaking anonymously because they don't WanNa hurt Garcetti's career he doesn't care about this crowd. He Hires Guy specifically to abuse. All his employees. But, but but the abused employees oh I just love Eric. So Nice. So. Nice. He's so sweet and friendly not. It just outsourced all his anger and venom. We'll talk about this when we come back but the key thing here is at Garcetti new Jacobsz doing newest for years walk around because after the me too movement. The also GonNa Times asked him twenty eighteen do you have any of this going on? It was like well, we'll read the quote when we come back. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. So being debated this afternoon by the political pundits. His Mike Pence and essential worker. The vice president of the United States Anybody WanNa way you. Not, ascension though. Oh then been, he should be off the campaign trail because number of his staff members of tested positive for covert he needs to quarantine who is showing up to a Mike Pence rally. I mean that that's that's that's even a little duller than but there's a bigger angle to this. He's supposed to preside over the Senate vote tonight confirming amy. Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court boys essential for that. So you did come around but that's the only thing. Vice President does constitutionally it's the only Rowley as I knew I'd say the vice president's not essential but yeah, generally is not essential and then there's maybe five minutes. Once every few years if Congress is close and he has to break a tie in case, it would be fifty fifty. And he would be the fifty first vote but it looks like the votes going to be about. Forty eight Alaska's senator who they were worried about that Murkowski woman said, she'd vote for Indie Coney Barrett. So it's a done deal. It's just a matter of them doing it. It's supposed to happen later today. At all this hysteria over the last few weeks as been entirely for theater, they always had enough and there was nothing the Democrats could ever do about it. It's just silliness. There was always the wavering like the Mitt Romney's Murkowski's that woman from Maine Susan. Collins I mean if three or four from fell off. Now in the end, you know it's your party's nominee. Everybody agreed that as Republicans this woman's fine. Want. Though if you're a Republican senator, you WANNA leave it to the other party next January to start nominating somebody who might be far out there. Your purpose is one of the reasons you run as to have some say in how the Supreme Court rules that's your purpose just because the timing of the politics don't line up perfectly that is still one of the overriding reasons as to why you got into power there's nothing greater than control of the supreme. Court. That is that is the ball game they're. Like Mitt Romney who because I'm? I built my reputation has anti-trump. What am I this trump nomination that that the other party you saying be happening right before the election by. Vote for what happens in the end what happens in the end up nearly all of these except he did vote for him, he did vote for impeachment didn't he romney? On one of the. Biggest, because it was symbolic because it didn't matter if he was the vote that would convicted trump, he wouldn't have done it. It's just fake symbolic. Virtue signaling moves. So we're talking about mayor, Yoga Pants, and the speaking of adviser. Rick Jacobs situation. The El Segundo Time said when the metoo movement swept the country in the wake of sexual abuse allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, that was the end of twenty seventeen. It wasn't long before city hall in La Face Questions about it. Mayor Eric Garcetti indicated he didn't know of any incidents When asked and twenty eighteen by the window times if his office had dealt with harassment allegations quote I don't think any office has ever immune I. Mean I think jokes are told things happen people are survivors. That's an odd. Survivors it's like. I'm the FI, these these social justice warrior weenies. You know your survivor if you were shot at. World. War Two and I would for someone who survived cancer. But now everybody's a survivor of something in gives them so much nobility it puts them in the role of being victim. I never understand why being victim is so intoxicating for people I mean, I would never want to talk about me being a victim of something. That is so weak and silly. I'm a survivor I'm a victim Oh God. Yes. All Say Real men wear face masks. This backs journalist just Shara. Lease claimed because according to this times report. Back in two thousand, eighteen a month earlier that police officer Matthew Garza I find his sexual harassment allegations in. More, detail in the three page complaint to state authorities. Aimed at preserving his right to sue that complaint which was reviewed by the Times. This week states at Garcetti spoke with First Lady. Amy Wake Island about Jacob's behavior. So that means that if that's true, then our city was aware at least back in two thousand, eighteen that there were people with problems with Rick Jacobs. Again this is all true. I mean, he's got they got ten women complaining about the way Jacobs mistreating people. That they the all true. Garcetti and his wife just want power badly. And they WANNA need this guy he their key ticket. Because, he calls up at abuses, people and berates the bullies them until they do. It gets the work Garcetti wants to do. There's there's a story here one source described a situation where a major Los Angeles based company wanted to beating, with Garcetti, twenty minutes after the meeting was scheduled. Jacobs called the company up asking to donate to the mayor's fund. The person on the receiving? It was uncomfortable because it looked like you know a shady deal. And he got the meeting, but the company never made the donation the mayor's find according to. Ali. Has Been a source of great concern among some Garcetti allies. The fund donates money worthwhile courses, but they were worried about how the Fund was run under Jacobs leadership and guess who is on the board here it Kathleen Brown. She's more Brown yes. Kathleen. She's the board chairman and she has served as a rubber stamp Kathleen. Brown is one of the worst candidates for governor in History Jerry. Brown's sister who was also on the Board of Energy when that company turn their back on all the people suffering from the least. So Canyon Methane Lake now. All right. So she shows up because the Brown family is another one the Garcetti families the same thing they're hard core power hungry beasts. and. They all have the nears of being Mister Nice Guy and Ms Nice girl and they got it really cute sense of humor but they are ruthless power hungry animals. So, for people who've listened to our show and what johnny just don't like politicians well, that's the rundown because you can't be a successful politician without being like this you can't be yes. You have to be a rufus whole surrounded by other ruthless ails. It is hard to get elected when you're ruthless a-hole trump is the exception but everybody else has to have the. Veneer of Nice sky and Garcetti has polished his rock-hard but he has a bunch halls around him to shake down money at a companies and and other wealthy timid eight people to ask people to get people to toe his line. Yeah and so he could he could run his slush fund and reward is friends, which is you know look we're all the homeless money went. Coming up after four o'clock, we've an opportunity to talk to the district attorney of Fresno county she and other officials up. There made the news because they held a news conference last week ripping governor gruesome over letting all the prisoners out there has been a big spike in crime as you know in many places including, Fresno? County. Gang crime particular will talk to her after the news at four o'clock. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. KFI. Am Six forty. Live. Everywhere. On the iheartradio APP. Hey, the Fresno County district attorney her name is Lisa Smith camp is coming on after four o'clock. She and other Fresno County law enforcement officials held a news conference last week to call Callao. Gavin. NEWSOM. Over, the prisoner releases to covid nineteen, they believe it's adding to their big problem with a spike in crime. And it's not because the virus is because the progressive. Ideology is to release all prisoners, but they need excuses for it that the public will swallow. So they're using using the the viruses, the fake reason. The real reason is they don't want anybody in prison. We've been talking about mayor. Yoga Pants and the problem he has with his top adviser. Rick Jacobs who apparently he sees as a major factor in his path to climb up the horrendous political ladder. Of course, that's stupid. Presidential bid but he may have something else. Yeah. He was term runs he was orchestrating that. Sure. He's orchestrating Garcetti's presidential nonsense. Here's what he should be paying attention to, and we go through this story you'll see why the estimates have come out. That the city of Los Angeles but. is now in a six, hundred, million dollar hole that's the latest deficit projection into give you an idea. That represents nine percent. Of the twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty, one budget. That's that's significant. I. Mean. Obviously they spend a lot of money now they knew this and by the way if you completely locked down the city and the economy and as we saw months ago, chasing after people that run smoke shops because they stayed open and their non essential if you really push this policy of locking down the economy, what do you expect that you're going to have really bad revenue numbers that's why no wonder I told you John. Last, week or the week before they had to go back to the parking restrictions because they need their bleeding, they need that money while they're there to you know they're they're too stupid. Yup you open up the state, you open up the county and the city, and then the money comes back. That's what she do. What they're hoping is that if the Democrats get sweep in Washington, then they get a big bailout check. From the Democrats and and that that may happen that may happen. That is exactly what is one of the big sticking points in DC the Democrats want huge huge bailouts governments around the country and the Democrat and the Republicans are holding off. They don't want that no because what they possibly mismanaged the state in the city for many many years, and now again, they're using the virus as an excuse to say, Oh, my God look what happened. Well, it's Oh my God you you screw it yourself by all these massive. Closings you're you're claiming a health emergency now that doesn't exist were forty third in the country in the case rate. So there is no health emergency going on. At, all hospitals are not overloaded anywhere, not one hospital in the state. Hospitals are are empty. So this is a fake crisis and You know what's going to happen if Biden wins things are suddenly going to open up the day after election day they want they wanted to make this. Virus, to make the virus suffering worse so people would be even more angry at trump and they would get even more of a democratic vote out here in. California to vote in all their crazy congressman and all their crazy propositions, and then you'll see like Barbara for tipped off day after the election day schools are gonNA open suddenly other businesses are going to open. We're going to start moving up in the tears they're going to relax the racial equity count and We'll have Democrats in Congress and they'll write a big check to bail everybody out. You know this is the way they think this is what they do for a living. So they were talking a couple of months ago, and of course, we always hear this a potential layoffs scenario. But they got out of that by really who runs the city the public employee unions. So instead what they're going to try to do, and they did this before under Tony Villar is asked people to retire early. To basically take a buyout go away so they could eliminate their position and not filat. That's how they can save some money. Then, the other thing they're talking about, and of course, you know where this comes from cutting the police budget. Well. Yeah. Again, do that because that's their ideology and they're using the virus in the shortfall. As an excuse they have another option but murder and everything six percent and shootings are up twenty three percent that's the response. Yeah Police Union they only care if somebody dies at the hands of police officer if they die from other bad guys in the neighborhood they don't care. They really don't they don't. Garcetti never wakes up in the morning worrying about crime victims. Spat yeah especially. you know guys in bad neighborhoods who belong to gangs isn't care if they live or die spins no time worrying about it he fakes it he pretends to, but it doesn't actually. Otherwise, he'd have even more police all over these neighborhoods you wouldn't be calling the police killers. When we come back, we'll be talking to the district. Attorney. Of Fresno County see another local law enforcement officials held a news conference the other day to call out. Gavin newsom for using covid nineteen as an excuse to empty the prisons next. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP for the big story in southern California as the wind and the wind of course has brought some fires. The biggest of which is over four thousand acres burning in the area of Irvine in Orange County Santiago Canyon? This is called the Silverado. Fire. The bad news we got a couple of hours ago is that two firefighters had been critically burnt? They were hand crews working the ground there. To try to help with the fire effort and they were critically burned and taken to the hospital. So that's a story we're monitoring. We'll get more. Next hour from Corbin Carson is on top of that fire coverage. The other one is now been named the Blue Ridge fire. It's out near your Belinda. Affecting was in corona, but it's blowing towards your Belinda Holmes there that is burned a couple of acres. It's not as large as the one in Orange County, but it's still one that's close enough to homes. that. They're keeping an eye on I. Just saw some aerial coverage where they had the knock down. Some flames that were burning like on top of a house. So you'll get all the updates with Kfi News, KFI fire in the sky, and we'll be talking Corbin. Next hour and more detail. Gavin Newsom, and the idiots in the legislature of course, have thrown the prisons a wide open to let out inmates including Vincent inmates because. That's WHO's in they know they might get. They might get the virus. Yeah. State prison. We learned this years ago. The dangerous guys lot of have. Maybe they're less conviction wasn't the worst ever but they have a lot of them have long criminal backgrounds. For example, in Fresno County there have been twice as many shootings in Fresno this series last year because so many bad guys have been led out. And there were five people killed just in the past weekend. So we're GONNA talk with Lisa Smittcamp Fresno, county district attorney because she's publicly asking Gavin newsom and the California government to stop this. Be Zero bail is another issue. Let's. Get Lisa Lisa how are you? I'm doing well, thank you how are you? GonNa we're good but what's going on in Fresno County? Well in Fresno County, we've seen a just a a tremendous increase in the number of shootings and murders their out of control, the gangs or out of control because we have no room in our in our jail because of the fact that all jails have to have more space now for Korn team quarantine space, and the California Department of Corrections and rehabilitation is refusing to accept any of our inmates. We have five hundred people who have lawfully been sentenced to California state prisons who are sitting there because the prison system will not accept them. So when you couple that with zero dollars bail and people coming in and out for all these these crimes that they're that they're committing. It's just havoc in our streets. They're not accepting these. Prisoners in your jail because of the virus rules. Correct at one point governor. NEWSOM. Shut down the prison to fifty six of the fifty eight counties and he has slowly started to accept a small number from from individual counties but he is not accepting any from Fresno or so. Prisoners, catch the virus but the domino effect is you have more bad guys on the streets and the and they're killing people. Absolutely jails are like hotels. If people don't check out no one, no one knew can check in. So you have sentenced prisoners who have already been tried and convicted or pled guilty to crimes that are stuck in local jails, and the prisons are not open for them, and that is causing a backlog which in turn than jams up the local jails, which then in turn returns, just more criminals to the street and when you return young active gang members to the street even after you arrest them and you bring them to jail book them, and then they are immediately released because of overcrowding. It empowers them, it encourages them and they go right back out to to repeat the same type of behavior, and if anybody knows anything about gangs retaliation is is a big deal for them. So when you take a hot gang member, who's just committed a gun crime or been caught with a gun or is in the process of of of doing you know robberies with guns and they and they get in and they get out, you know there's just there's just more money havoc that's coming because it empowers. What kind of crimes are they committing where they're getting out right away like how how serious? Well it you know it depends joe classifications are an extremely. Complicated situation. So depending on the geographic location you know of the county in Fresno, we have a very diverse community. So we have all kinds of games. We Have White Gang Slacking Hispanic gangs, Asian, gangs, and when are housed inside the jail they have to be classified because if they don't have conflict when you take that when you take those classification specifications in addition to the to the additional space, they need for Co bid and then you couple it with the fact that the State Department of Corrections, the prisons are not accepting prisoners you. Just have a recipe for disaster that flows out onto the street and innocent people are being shot because the gang see this as a free for all. So my message to the governor is simply just opened up the prisons and do your job like everyone else is doing well, local jails haven't been able to close down the court been closed down the DA's office has haven't closed down the public defenders haven't closed down. So why should the state prisons get to shut down? I think the virus is just a cover for their new progressive ideology. Of course it is and it's it's extremely convenient. You Know Governor Brown started before he left saying that he wanted to undo everything he had done in the nineties and his political views had changed and he wanted to make up for all of his wrong. which created a tremendous amount of public safety in the nineties and now Gavin Gavin newsom is taken over that same ideology and he has already indicated that he is closing the State Prison Tracy in September twenty, twenty one because of the quote unquote declining prison numbers but the bottom line is they are releasing people for Covid. As elder parole and youthful offender parole and every other clemency way that they can wait wait he's throwing the prisoners out and then saying I guess we don't need this prison 'cause we don't have that many anymore. Exactly all right does he and? This you care about all. The people that getting killed or are they mostly members and nobody cares about them? I. Wish I knew, and you know here's the thing you know it doesn't matter who's getting killed because a lot of the young gang members that do get killed our young people who've lost their way, and if you listen to the criminal justice reformers, they want to have rehabilitation for these young people and if they are willing to sacrifice their lives and not give them an opportunity to rehabilitate themselves then they are they are more guilty than the people they're accusing of not caring about these people in the beginning and the other thing is it's not just. Gang members we've had we've had the last three or four murders of the last ten have been committed by fifteen year olds and sixteen year olds in our in our community. We the last three of nine murder victims have been women of Color Young Women One sixteen, one, eighteen, one, twenty, seven years old. These are people who are caught in the crossfire of gang rivalries and and rampant gang and gun activities. UNLV activists from the groups who were upset about the COP shootings. Do they ever show up upset about these deaths? No absolutely not and you know. What we find, and if you look at the FBI statistics most you know black men are killed by other black men most Hispanic men are they other Hispanic men most white men are killed by other white men and a lot of this is infighting within the gangs competition for turf competition drug and gun sales competition over over human trafficking areas and pimping and prostituting. So you know these are the types of conflicts that these people have and and then the and then the other the other people that are caught in the crossfire oftentimes innocent victims you may. Be You know associated with people that are on the outside are attending the wrong party or at the wrong gas station or at the wrong laundromat at the at the wrong time where they get caught in the crossfire. So if the state prison system doesn't start to take prisoners from local jails, we're just gonNA continue to see this bloodshed on the on the streets and and the releasing of of prisoners from prop fifty seven and elder parole and youthful offender parole is something that silently going on and most average citizens don't have any idea that it's happening. Did. You get any response from the governor's Office about your news conference last week? So I I am sad to say that. God. Not called me I don't know if Fresno's insignificant him or not. But this this story has gone international. It's been in the in the news and the UK it's been on. Fox News this is the Second Radio Interview I've done for southern California today. So so a lot of people are talking about it, but I don't I don't haven't had any response from the governor, I. I don't need a response from him I just like for him to do his job and the prisons to open up so that we can continue to have some sort of law and order in this in this state imagined you do support prop twenty. I do wholeheartedly. Yes. That'll do some help. Well, thank you very much. We appreciate you coming on our show. Yes and I also support Jackie Lacey For da she's she's a she's a great She's she's a very progressive da she has great programming she's she's innovative and she's experienced and I really hope for Los Angeles that your that you're citizens vote for her and get her innkeeper an office. Johnny. Dead Show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. See a headline that a man in Boston has been charged with burning one of those ballots drop boxes so It wasn't just to southern California thing. Good Lord. we're keeping an eye on those fires stay with Kfi News Kfi in the sky affecting the area around nine also out in your Belinda. Couple of fire is the two biggest ones burning right now and we'll have corporate carson after. Five o'clock and two firefighters were critically burned in that plays that's going on your your near. Irvine so we'll get more details on that as well. Kevin Kiley is an assembly member from northern California Republican. He has challenged Gavin newsom 's executive powers, and we're waiting for a court decision from judge on the latest round there they were actually challenging Gavin newsom sending out all the mail in ballots that he couldn't do that without the legislature's involvement. He tweeted out today is pretty good one California in the covert era third worst unemployment in the country fifth worst excess deaths west of the Mississippi biggest backlog of unpaid jobless claims. One of seven states with school closure order, and now the last state to get a vaccine it didn't have to be this way. You see there's the untold stuff about this governor and the way he runs his stadium we were just talking to Lisa smittcamp. Who's the district attorney of Fresno County and boy she laid it out clear that when the agenda is, we don't want anybody in jails and prisons, but we can control the prison. So let's use covid nineteen is a cover to start sending inmates. Atta here it affects the local police forces because they don't have room in the local jails for people that the state and our everyone's so blinded by obedience to the party that newsome represents. That all that stuff it was in Kylie's tweet. Who who, who is, who would say? Wow, that's a good thing. Every single one of those things he listed. It's really really really bad. By the way what he did mention his we're only forty third in the country in cases per one hundred, thousand people were forty third. The, there's no medical emergency here at all. So everything should be opening up. We shouldn't be suffering. All the situations he listed. On that list and they have to figure out a way to manage the prisons without releasing everybody you can do it I don't understand the they claim there what are they saving lives in those prisons I mean a lot of those people are young. So they weren't GonNa die from the virus. Was a couple of outbreaks, but you're right there were that many ask a few deaths but then these these guys are released and they're killing people by the dozens. Overall. You're not saving lives. You'd say realized by keeping them in prison letting them out leads to more killings right. But also realize the domino effect. You see if the state won't take the inmates from the county jails these are the really bad guys. Because if you go to state prison, you're a bad guy they have to hold onto them, which means they don't have room for the daily day to day guy get arrested. So they have to kick. It's that flash INCARCERATION CRAMP THAT WE LEARNED ABOUT IT May. Be Oh. Well, it's a lower level offence, but this is still people that deserve jail right there on the streets and she said the gang's know that this is going on right and that's why they don't shoplifters in jail anymore, which is why Walmart is just closed one of its stores in San, Francisco because of excess shoplifting Walgreen walgreen rather walk raised. Yeah. Yes. He could rip off the Walgreens ultimately, what you get is an important store in a neighborhood. Where a lot of elder revenue elderly people go to get their prescriptions. Now they're out of luck. The store closes. Because in San Francisco they don't enforce the law anymore why because they changed the law and shoplifting wasn't really crime and anyway there was nowhere to put them in jail. Because of because they pushed the prisoners to the local. Jess. There's this whole domino effect in the end and you can draw a straight line between letting prisoners out. And people in that neighborhood. Now don't have a drugstore. This is how crime rises and and this is how neighborhoods in cities get destroyed. And then people start to move out. And everybody wonders why and all along the way there's all kinds of warning signs, endless discussion about all this in the end though you will see the day after. Election Day. That they'll none of the voting patterns of California will have changed. Generally all the same people who've been reelected and you'll have the same balance of power. Isn't it fascinating? Agree that the place is going to hell and it's going to hell because of specific. Decisions specific ideology that's in power right now and everyone says, well, that's bad. That's wrong. That's terrible and then on the whole everyone votes for more of it. On the iheartradio APP. Very good. The pause I thought you were reaching I've forgotten now I forgot. I forgot where it was joey. Okay. burs the Biden. Got Bored of play Biden next hour. Sixty minutes appearance was asked about Hunter Biden. Here that went of course, it was a softball. Oh. Yeah. I think who interviewed interviewed him Norah O'Donnell. Did she actually Rub oils on him during the interview? That's what I heard. He was also asked about his mental capacity issues with what's HE GONNA say I I'm fine man. Why don't you get his doctor on on? Record. Dan So we look at his medical records. What do you think he's GonNa say what's HE GONNA say How beat that George? Bush he's not gonNA say I don't know where I am time come. Sometimes, I forget my own name. The other morning I walked out without pants. The media jumped on affect the Kamala Harris didn't where she was the other day. They both losing. He asked her ADA WE IN CLEVELAND ARE WE I've heard that can happen though when you're when you travel. Bans always say yeah like when they go out and they say Hello Cleveland sometimes there were singer picks the wrong city. They all look the same. It's just a hotel rooms. Yeah. We'll get to the presidential race desk. We'll get an update on these fires particularly the ones in orange, county? Corporate Carson's following the one called the Silverado fire affecting people in Irvine with sixty thousand evacuations. Get the latest on that we're hopefully the winds although there could be around tomorrow may not be as bad tonight, and that'll give them a chance to maybe some more air support. To fight the fires there because the winds make that. Really difficult I know you wanted to hear. John. On the subject of covid nineteen. The latest predictions from it's been a while the University of Washington. School of Medicine I thought they closed that. They. Would you read that? Well after all those the health metrics after they all their bad predictions they got really embarrassed and they closed no Christopher Murray still around director of the Institute for Health, metrics and now. Try to wrap your brain around this 'cause you can't. This is like listening to an astrologer. How. Many people have we'll just take the word the number at its face, how many Americans have died since covid. This whole thing began to many months ago six months ago. Two hundred, thousand something. Like two, twenty, three, twenty. They're predicting that in the. Like. Five months, we'll be at five hundred eleven, thousand deaths. Now, how could they do that? They can't. They can't everyone knows that's dropping off from their huge peaks back in March April and May. Buffeted by New York and a lot of east coast hates here at the Nursing Home Games. Here's another thing. I don't understand what it really turns out to be. Let me just get this in is a commercial for masks. Because they keep saying in this article. Well, if ninety five percent of the population whereas mask and public, we could save one, hundred, thirty, thousand lives if eighty five percent where masks, then we could save ninety, six, thousand deaths. something. Most of the people dying are elderly people so Few. were. Not Unless you go coughing in the face of the elderly and back then there was barely nothing going on we had look. That was the big fire what we're having now or smoldering remains. Yes. There are more cases but that's only because it's younger people interacting and they don't care that sick. They're not GONNA die. Now I think this is one of the worst predictions they've come out with. They're all bad. They're all bad. They were originally said it was going to be over two million right that was. That was that guy in England right? But these guys had a real real real bad. You know what there's was pretty high to wait unlike hundreds of thousands you know what's funny is. Then, for a while they were predicting things were GonNa get better and I started tracking them day by day right? And back in like April may April I think I started looking and they said by mid August the deaths we're gonNA stop it was going to be zero that we were gonNA hit sixty thousand. Late Choon and then there'd be a trickle deaths and there'd be sixty thousand plus you know few pennies by August and then it would stop dead. And I watched. That are completely wrong. So not only they were wrong when they predicted an apocalyptic number of deaths when they thought the curve broken and we were headed straight downhill they were completely wrong then and when they blew that. I stopped looking at all their charts and I stopped reading. Any stories were were that university was mentioned because they don't know what they're doing. and. There's something about human nature. The constantly demands a prediction and then believes it no matter how many times it's wrong. And I don't know I. You know it's a flaw human nature like it's a flaw that we keep voting for the same idiots who have destroyed. California. We're GONNA do that in a week we're doing it right now they seem to be concerned because his the hodge podge going on in the United States some states are fully open, not much masking other states like. Has It, occurred to anybody. This is not something you can predict. Is it possible that there is no way to predict these things. And I I don't know why why why do we think there is a way to predict it. Everybody's been wrong to better control the idea that you can even every time somebody has a good month they declare victory. Now I heard today they're shutting down Italy for example, parts of Italy. There's a big spike. And everybody who's taking a victory lap saying Europe figured it out. You're up did much better than America well, no, they're not anymore. England's had bad spike Spain as a bad spike to there's lots of bad spikes because you can't control this virus, the virus has to live. So it has to keep jumping and has to keep mutating it in order to jump jump to the next in the next. And until we get Matt Herd Immunity or vaccine. Everybody's GonNa. Get it. In the end can run, but you can't hide, and until we get if if we don't get vaccine eventually, we're all GonNa get it until you hit heard immunity whatever percentage that is, and then it'll die out and nobody wants to grasp that there is no government control trump can't do it by and you notice both candidates really don't have any idea how to control it. No Triton hasn't laid out. A plan by just keeps talking about masks and that's all we're. We're we also were okay. Joe Thanks can't do. You can't have ain't that will mask mandate and trump says, hey, you know we're getting there. It's just around the corner we're getting there. Because they. They can do this nothing Italian. That's the second time. This year I had to dump myself. What do we wait I? Don't we don't have to wait. We're we're back live now I. gotTa take a break. Anyway you go. Calm Dowd. Well there's nothing we can do. We're bleeped. There you go. Self bleep. Only half of the came out, any quite gets to just just a TAD radio APP. We will get an update. What's going on in Orange County the area of Irvine with fire that started. About seven am this morning is burned over four thousand acres and threatens homes with major evacuations? There And then another fire, it's actually been several but the other big one is out near Yorba Linda. We'll also update you on that coming up in the news at five o'clock and. The first fire the one in Orange County has resulted in two firefighters have been severely burned. So we'll give you details on that. Coming up this story came down late Friday chance to mention it, but prosecutors have decided. To retry Scott Peterson. The. Judge is considering throwing out his conviction for murdering his pregnant wife. Lacy Peterson. Because of juror misconduct during a two, thousand and five. The Stanislaus County Assistant District Attorney David Harris announced that they will try the penalty phase of the case the California State Supreme Court threw out the death sentence, not the conviction. But the death sentence, and the reason was there was a juror in the trial who did not disclose the fact that she apparently had taken out a restraining order. And she apparently was concerned about an unborn child. So, she took out a restraining order against a former boyfriend and since she didn't disclose this is you know. Especially after this many years that he's been in prison, you get these appeals lawyers will go through everything with a fine tooth comb and try to figure out some chance that they might have to appeal. Listened quota restraining order in two thousand against her boyfriend's ex girlfriend I should. The jurors said and seeking new order she feared for her unborn child. Right, and that that was to throw out the conviction. Yes that deals with the conviction. Yes, and then the death sentences up was thrown out because. Some jurors were dismissed from the jury pool after saying, they personally disagreed with the death penalty, but would be willing to follow the law and impose. And I guess. The defense obviously, I'm sorry. The prosecution wanted anybody who disagreed with the death bound to be thrown off the judge agreed and he's not supposed to do that. Although I think you should do that. Nobody knows nobody should be on the jury if you disagree with the death penalty. Believe, that even if they say, Oh, it'll fall a lot that these people why especially nowadays man seem worse is people are so committed to their progressive causes. The California State Supreme Court said, there was considerable. Incriminating circumstantial evidence against Peterson again, no witnesses to this but he researched ocean currents bought a boat without telling anyone could explain what type of fisheries catch sold his wife's car considered selling their house turn the baby nursery into a storage room before their bodies were found. I mean it was overwhelming. Yeah. He was pretty stupid and pretty poured covering up his tracks Abe. He's it was as overwhelming as OJ's murder. Yes separately made a much. Much better choice I. Moore eventually they found her body that took take a year or so or something took a while wilder body washed up. John and Ken show. John. Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am exporting live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Well of course, story today is been the wind and eventually what came with the wind event some fires. The biggest of which is over four thousand acres burned in. Orange. County. They call it these Silverado fire it's in eastern Orange County and the area affected the most or some neighborhoods. In Irvine. They have had difficulty because of the winds using air support to help contain this fire. Burning out near Yorba Linda. But the tough news we got a couple of hours ago with regards to the Orange County fire near Irvine is at a COUPLA, firefighters were severely burned covering this for Kfi news is Corbin Carson with the latest on what's going on in Orange County forbidden from the looks on television the wind is still blowing very strongly. Yeah it picks up an in. It drops off I'm still over here at the O C Global Medical Center where those firefighters were were were abroad. But yes, as you mentioned all throughout the day, we have seen these really strong winds is knocking stuff all over the streets kicking down a flagpoles and you know campaign signs you name it it's just it's mates from for some really tough conditions in and as we've just heard that the Fire that started in Santiago Canyon. This morning is now to seventy, two hundred acres, and then the fire that I'm about to be headed to. Now that over near your Yorba Linda has grown to over a thousand acres. We're hearing that there's a possibly one structure burned. So I'm going to check that out right now, and we just recently also heard all the new evacuations for the area we got that update from division chief Shane sure would. Mandatory evacuation orders here in the city of Irvine, their impacting approximately ninety thousand, eight hundred residents. So all residents north of Irvine Boulevard from Jamboree to Bake Parkway. As well as from Irvine, boulevard south to Bianca, road from Jeffrey Road East to patrol high high school all under mandatory evacuations. Also the communities in the city of lake forest, Baker ranch and Foothill ranch are also under mandatory evacuations. So as you just heard ninety thousand people more than ninety, nine, thousand people affected by these new orders. So a lot of people being asked to move those people around those areas that are not specifically affected they are being told stay ready in case. The wind shifts or they are told some at some point to move and that people can check with their local areas too as to where to get the latest updates and make sure that they're ready to go if needed. But earlier as you also mentioned, we had a couple of firefighters this afternoon that were out there they were they were on the hand crews and one was twenty, six years old one was thirty one years old the the the hankers part of their. Clearing the line and making sure they're trying to get some kind of containment on these fires as they're moving as fast as they can, and unfortunately we heard from OC fire authority Brian Fantasy that two of them were severely burned. This afternoon here is him making bringing this tough news to US earlier one of the hardest things? Any fire chief can do is is to report. Out on one. One of the firefighter family members have been injured or. Or worse. This is. A tough for me. Tougher all my firefighters. And certainly for the families of my two injured firefighters. One of them, a twenty, six year old and one of them at thirty one year old. One has sixty five percent burns both second and third degree. The second has fifty percent. Both second and third degree burns, and so what we're hearing is currently the families are here with them at the OC global, medical center that both have been intimated and aren't able to speak and they are in critical condition. But again, as you guys in, we were talking about a couple of hours ago just these winds that have been going through this area. I. Was Talking to a meteorologist about what to expect earlier on this and he told me that Sandiego. Canyon is his right in this wind corridor of OC. In that, you know this morning he had seen and we've already heard gust close to one hundred miles per hour in different areas. He says, these wins did a complete one eighty from onshore to offshore all part of this massive system bringing snow from Canada to Mexico this week. So we're really expecting these winds where everyone's keeping an eye out and being ready to go of necessary. The smoke is incredibly thick and. What little sky you can see a deep orange it's. It's it's just been incredible. It's also hard to breathe out here. We've seen some some breathing advisories and the air quality advisories out here you can at times you can see the little flakes of dust that come come with these fires at a nearby. But yeah, you can see this big thick plume of smoke especially as the sun is going down starting to make this orange area. You can see it from miles away. Corbin. Thank you very much of that report. Thanks a lot guys. All right now, a couple of hours ago, and we spoke to the official total was four thousand acres in that area near Irvine. Now at seventy, two, hundred acres. So just that much change in a couple of hours. Thanks to these strong wind gusts pushing these flames around in that area. Again a lot of people evacuated. They're saying that this particular area of Irvine. Two hundred, eighty, thousand residents, and they have evacuated a couple of neighborhoods. Upwards. Of Sixty thousand people being told not to return to their homes because of the danger that the fire could spread and burn their homes, they're doing their best to try to keep it from doing that. Other you can't much in the way of an air attack with these kind of wins. That's. Obviously going to be especially difficult once it gets dark. So if the wind stay at this level. The fire could get much much larger tonight. Hey, guys, I do have some breaking news real quick. The US Senate has confirmed judge Amy Conybeare it for seat on the US Supreme Court so she is going to be sworn in tonight I. Clarence Thomas. There you go. All right. So that dramas over with thick draw. I don't think anybody's going to vote on that issue. Anyway. The other fire that we've been looking at this afternoon broke out a little while. Later it was around one o'clock is the one out near Yorba Linda. This one is now well over a thousand acres you heard Corbin mentioned and it's threatening homes there. This broke out place called Green River road near the Green River Golf Course and the ninety one freeway near Chino Hills State Park as far as we know the damage to homes so far from these fires is minimal. But. It's still a very dangerous situation they're hoping and expecting that the winds will subside I. Think the wind warning the red flag is supposed to be out there until tomorrow. But I think I heard in a couple of weather forecast. We've seen the worst of it earned a couple of the anchors saying this morning when they're looking at this fire near Irvine that. Well, if you see white smoke, that's a good sign. But if you see really dark thick dark smoke that means a lot burden down there and it's a bad side, it's mostly thick darks both this afternoon, it means a lot to burn a lot of fuel in the fire. So that's not a good sign. All right as you just heard the breaking news from Debra, mark the drama with the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barad is over it's no longer nomination. No, that's been confirmed I. Heard this morning. Oh, we're GONNA keep fighting. We're going to keep fighting. Okay. Yeah. Their last attempt was because Mike Pence should be quarantining staff corona virus should not preside over the vote at good one I. Heard that one this morning. Okay. Needs to stay indoors and away from the Senate Chamber such exhausting stupid theater. Johnny Ken Show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi. Am Six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Keep up with the fire coverage on Kfi. We have reporters and I am the KFI in the sky. The fire is burning serving in Yorba Linda or the big concerns today with the wind event looking at an air quality map Irvine area hazardous. And Los Angeles Ca Los? Angeles. City area mostly, very unhealthy. Designations on the map. I see so I I read that some of the ash is blowing from the Bob cat fire. Up, in the Angeles National Forest, because the winds are going in a northeast to southwest or North to south. And that fires still burning. Even. Though it's under control and September sometime, I know well, this is from September. Finally blowing in here. You know what the people love the fall and so do I. But when you're in southern California, it brings the Santa Ana winds and this mess that we're seeing I mean what's weird about this is that you don't have the hot weather I remember October's past we'd have the hot weather, the low humidity and the winds, which was the triple whammy that we just have the winds and we had the low humidity but she was chilly this morning where I live, it was only fifty to fifty. Chilly at seven am yeah it's probably practically mid-winter. I put my fireplace on last night. I was so cold. I can now wood-burning I. Hope Now it's not all right lady. Had to climate change and I have no power by the way either at my house just in general, you have no power to. Shut you off to the ways I think we have some downed power lines in the neighborhood. It's been out for hours. It's not going to be restored until tonight. Cook your Vegan food for bringing in tonight vegan curry we. Live in a modern society anymore doing. Nothing works you must like Indian food because there's a lot of I do I do I, get my sog. Dolly Yellow. I know it's Dolls. Good. It actually is. Yeah. CHICKPEA curry Zog. Dawson's Creek. Violence it's lentils and spinach. That's great. Yeah well, with Indians do well but somewhat sauce and heavy sauce on it covers up all the flavor. I'm getting Taifu tonight I'm getting a Vegan car stop. All right. Well, it's so good vegetables in coconut milk listening interested in this, you never know the monkey one person. We're looking for more than one year. Let's check it on old Joe Biden. We'll replay the top clip of the day. We'll start with number three here in which he was doing one of these online virtual get out the vote things with a number of celebrity co hosts, and well, he talked about his current presidential race and it got a little confusing here. This is the most consequential not because I'm running because who I'm running against this most consequential election. In a long long time and the character of the country in my view is literally on the ballot kind of country we're going to be four more years of Georgia. Georgia. GonNa find ourselves in a position where. Trump gets elected we're going to be we're going to be in a different world. George joy more of joys. I. realized. But he said the single name again, it's Bush. He forgot the word Bush. Georgia. Going to find ourselves in position where George AA. Now. In this next clip, this also made some headlines this. Weekend I, guess he decided with a week left. He had to do a little more campaigning than hiding in the basement with a mask on now you know. Here comes another one listen carefully to clip number four. We're in a situation where we put together and you guys did did it for our administered the President Obama's administration. Before this, we've put together I think the most. Extensive and inclusive. Voter fraud. Organization, in the history of American politics. which on its face sounds like they. Put together an organization to cheat to win to win the race and an inclusive one too. We very much of all colors necessities joining our photo did say the most inclusive voter fraud organization in the history American politics eight one he meant apparantly, as the Democrats have put together an organization that's devoted itself to protecting. Election Integrity. I see why didn't he say that? It's called the election protection. program. And includes former Attorney General Eric holder at hundreds of other lawyers to prepare for a legal battle in the event of a contested election. But instead he referred to it as a voter fraud program. But everybody just play along. Let's pretend he's not losing his mind. Well, on that topic, let's play this clip from sixty minutes with his interviewer. Nuoro doddle eventually gets around to his mental capacity clips six. If, elected you would be the only president in American history but I'm a good shape. Seventy eight years old eighty, two after four years. Donald Trump says you have dementia and it's getting worse. Hey the same guy thought that the nine eleven attack was a seven eleven attack. He's talking about dementia. All I can say the American people is watch me. You see what I've done. See what I'm GonNa do look at me compare our physical mental acuity I'm happy data comparison. Your Age makes the choice of your vice president all the more important. Why do you think Senator Harris would be ready to step in and become commander in chief if something were to happen to voter values number two she as smart as the devil number three, she has a backbone like a ramrod number four she is really principle. Number five she is has had significant experience in the largest state in the union running the Justice Department's only second in size to the United States Justice Department. Well, you talk about generic answers. Sparta's Florida's Devil Yeah She's Ramrod backbone of a pack. Ramrod. Wow. That's really term from the nineteen forties that's really detailed and insightful and and is just a a lot of the intelligent information to get out of that just a bunch of slogans that's smart as the devil. Backbone. Ramrod. Okay. He has these bursts those little loud energy moments right I. Mean you couldn't possibly get more superficial than that. She's just a puppet and a very saddle puppet. But he may win. Johnny Ken Show John. Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi. Am Six forty live everywhere. On the iheartradio APP. Yes. Of course, day with KFI news to keep up with the coverage on the fires affecting people in Orange County around. Your Belinda and other fire broke out the afternoon, which is affecting residents there as well. So, we'll have all the updates along with Kfi in the sky to keep you posted on the traffic implications. Two is closed some toll roads. In Orange County to somebody sent me a video. Off The one, thirty, three toll road there in orange, county, and that was. Unbelievable I don't even have got to where they got to take the video, but he could see the fires burning along the edge. Of that, free yeah. I saw TV yeah. Footage on Channel Four where the where the fire was right on the edge of a two lane road burning all the brush right along the side. So it's It's really bad there right now, and the winds are very powerful. All right. So the voter guide has been up on the website for the better part of a month. Now kfi am six forty dot com. Keyword John in Kansas use the link to find your it'll sit there at least until Tuesday. No Way Count Votes in California. Let people lined up all night. Remember they can take. They can take ballots that are postmarked. On November third. Up to seventeen days later for some reason, your ballot took seventeen days to make it. To to the county voting center, it's Snell will be in the official records or so they say they probably lie. So. If you drop it in the box, though on November thirty probably will get postmarked andover third have been not do that I guess. You drop it you mean in their voting box no in the mailbox, the mailbox. Glad I don't know. But you know your your vote your one vote doesn't matter anyway. So let's let's stop. We give. Our recommendations on all twelve statewide ballot propositions a couple of come up from the latest polling by UC, Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies. And for the most part, it's not good news on prop fifteen and that's one of the big ones on the ballot. Referred to as split role, it's a dagger into Nineteen seventy-eight prop thirteen, which is going to reassess higher value commercial and industrial property. It's going to dramatically raise property taxes on commercial properties. It's going to be a huge boost and it's a terrible thing because consumers are going to pay for all this. Yeah it's at forty, nine percent. But that was the same polling number they found in September. That's the Yes vote the no vote is moved up to forty two percent. That's usually if you WANNA salad to pass you need to be. A bit past fifty percent in these polls leading up to election day if you really WANNA stand the chance and and the reason is. Most people really don't know or understand what's in proposition. The people who are pulled the proposition is read to them over the phone or sometimes it summarized to make it simpler and then when you summarize it, your language is really important. I saw another story the other day about how changing a few words in a poll question he get an entirely different response. which is one of the reasons I'm skeptical about polls because the questioning you could really screw with and to the untrained eye it looks like a reasonable, WASHINGTON? No, it's not. It's loaded and you don't even notice that it's loaded. but but but most people reflexively vote no when they can't understand something or they're skeptical event I would guess that when you're asking these questions, you're just reading it as it's written on the ballot. I don't think you should rephrase it or anything I realize that the ballots. By the Attorney General and the Secretary of state are often pretty bad. Well. That's how it's going to appear when you go to vote I've I saw. I saw Paul recently where they rephrased it in order to explain what it really does but that's deceptive because they might explain it. They're way exactly. Yeah. But to explain it as is it's hard. To actually read it as is. I mean imagine proposition fifteen. You could rephrase it and say, well, you know the schools have no money and they had this idea just to grab a little more money from those greedy commercial property owners. You know the people that own all those big business buildings and they're so wealthy wouldn't you vote? Yes. Well Yeah. And and that's the pitch and the campaign ads it won't affect you know no. No, it's just on the greedy fat cat executives. Eighty distorted way to ask about probably that's the thing it's it's everything is lies. Was Xavier Sarah the Attorney General who writes the title and summary? Intentionally. Rights really distorted titles in summaries in order to goose. Wing actively, it is something about standing that that that's why you have to. You have to use our voter guide because we know how the game is played. exurbs Sarah. Should be in jail for the right way. He writes ballot measure Z really should be in jail. Now horribly distorts their meaning and then the then the TV commercials that you're inundated with our lies on all ants. I I don't believe the TV commercials that for the prop for the proposition. Agree with I could see that they're distorting and exaggerating lying trying to manipulate. You don't believe this poll prop sixteen is really in trouble. That's the one that's going to bring back quotas and affirmative action and government hiring. It only has thirty eight percent support. That would seem to be. That you're not gonNA make up that difference four, nine percent. No but that's just people don't want that nobody wanted to sing with the rent control proposition twenty, one, only thirty, seven percent support. Yeah. So that's good. We're no one, all three of them. These are a lot of like left wing dream ideas that don't have majority support. Often not even in there in the Democratic Party they don't. The. One that's running very close is the one where I think the most money's being spent or close to it. Proposition twenty, two, the rideshare one. Forty, six percent in favor forty, two against that could go either way about prop twenty. They have one for that. They do not say this particular survey that rolls back some of prop forty, seven and fifty seven. That's let everybody out of jail in prison. Right, that's no. Apparently UC Berkeley only asked about propositions fifteen, sixteen, twenty, one and twenty two I guess they thought that's where a lot of attention and money is going. Yeah but twenty has a lot to do with our quality of life. Yeah. Twenties really playing under the radar I have no idea I mean I'm seeing mostly no commercials. Unfortunately, we're a yes on prop twenty, which is going to do something about are terrible prisoner release policies and are. Trying to clean up that prop forty seven with shoplifting situation but I don't know how that one's GonNa I don't even know half its polling well or not. But it's got a lot of because they're two commercials were all about. It's just about filling up the prisons and spending money on prisons and prison guards. At the Prison Guard Union. What a we? What a weird. Time, we're in that people are against prisons. Prisoners then come out and they start killing people and they start stealing south assaulting people I. Really Strange. It's not all people. It's the criminal justice reform. Woke people who are trying to sell this to the greater population I know and they're lying just go by our guide. Okay. We don't why we actually read this stuff and we talked to everybody involved and our answers on the voter guide that that's real world answers. Every one of those recommendation makes the world a little bit better. John and Ken. Show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six, forty five everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Fire still a big story state with campaign news. All. The latest details come your way about the fires burning Irvine. Your Belinda those are the two biggest ones over. Sparked by the big winslet hit. US. Overnight into this morning are expected to be around probably through tomorrow. But Maybe If. We're lucky not quite as strong. To firefighters with the Orange County fire authority, they're called hand crews. They were working the fire near Irvine and they were badly burnt although I saw one of them being loaded into an ambulance. I mean he was a conscious looking up at the burns must have been a lower potter this. Body, but the very serious situation there. So you'll get all the latest from Kfi News on the fires and. Over eighty conybeare it is going to be on the US Supreme. Court does she take her seat immediately that how it works like she'll step right in there with the latest case? Yes. Yes because they've got, they've got a huge case coming up in just a few days within what if there's a Bush Gore repeat of twenty years ago she'll be there for trump yes. Now. The reason he was rushing things in case. You know I have no prediction on that end either. I keep Breeden. Polling with says, some of these could be so close that they could go on for weeks counting the votes I see him having a fit over that I read A. A. Transcript of a conversation that three pollsters had on Pennsylvania radio station and they're all polling Pennsylvania right. and. Two of them said, absolutely Biden's going to win it. You're dreaming if you think anything else is going to happen and one guy was adamant, he said you guys don't know what you're talking about. The the. People in the polling industry had no idea what's going on and. He's got a different method. There's there's like three or four polling units that. Claim that race is dead heat. Edging, slightly towards trump and they're adamant about two. And they say these guys are just completely out of their minds. Well, you know how the the far I don't WanNa call them. Right wing. The proud boys What's the Cuban on their conspiracy theories? No Sex ringin. And But that played perfectly into it. The whole Jeffrey Epstein story because you know, Bill Clinton's on the outer edges of that story and that plays into their beliefs that. People who are running this country are also operating a. An underground child sex ring. So I know that's that's the thing. That's what makes it so appealing to people be. They jumped on top of that with the Hunter Biden story because Hunter Biden was exchanging messages with an underage girl who may or may not be a relative of. Is that right? Yes I had seen a Seattle to say. That nothing. SEATTLE. No anymore. Now the left wing has been floating a conspiracy theory that Malania trump that's not her that's a body double you're seeing. I saw that today, but that's that's preposterously stupid. The HASHTAG is fake Malania. You people are making stuff up to see what sticks to see what gets around. Yeah, you know and if it's weird enough funny enough than people pass it along just because it's you know it's a it's a laugh and then some people see it and go oh, that ends real to me. Yeah. No people are really stupid. I mean they're really preposterously stupid I've been reading a lot about the Cunanan people and it really is fascinating. There's a there's a guy who wrote was interviewed. He was actually from Australia and he got lost into Q. and on for two years and he finally came out of it. He realized now that predictions were coming through and he's really embarrassed but he wanted to tell a story that maybe could. Help. Families understand what's going on and maybe some people would read it realize that this is this is like like a mental illness. Yeah and and I think it helps people who are on the outer edges mentally deal with things. Yeah. It explains it were simple explanations, right? Yeah. But it gets very addictive and whoever is scripting this. Comes up with the new threads. You'll like it. It's it's it's really addicting. It's it's Kinda like the way they write soap operas. If you ever wondered how people who watch soap operas for many years over and over and over again role, he's wild stories and interlocking threads. That's what this guy's doing. Time for the Conway Guy Hey. Now, I'm at your favorite place. Can I met Morongo casino resort and SPA how about that? Look at that? Your Ding Dong. We've got all the winners here for the big birthday. We've got about only ten people this year because it cove it as opposed to seven, hundred and fifty this like we did last this is your birthday pets, right? Yeah. A little late but better late never. And we also doctor Rakish Sherry coming on with US he'll be on with US also talked to Rob Newton about the fire in Irvine and orange. County and then we also have the lead Bass player for yes. WHO's a good friend of mine and he'll chat with us about the music business and when it's going to get back on its feet when it you know everything's going to get back to normal but John and Ken you got to see this. I've been stopped by three people at this casino since I was here yesterday and all three of them said, do you are a worse compared to John? You're. They said that they're they're the ones the only ones telling the truth and you've got to jump on board you a whole. That's real rough. Rude you gotta you gotTa step it up. I guess. So man I'm really Behind the Times. A. Bad Focus Group. Yeah. But a lot of John and Ken fans tell them we said Hi. Yeah. Delayed, Morongo can't. Wait. Birthday Buddy thank you. Man going with you. You integrate has the news Kamli am six, forty. 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But a lot of shows out there. Well, in the dark not getting a lot of love among we out here getting love and all of that. So, sir. Thank you for taking the time out to do that the official weapon of the show is as an unofficial sport about bullet ball, extreme extreme extreme today's podcast. Brought to you by nobody. Let's just get into the show. Hey, guys, we have all kinds of stuff. That's happening. News and stuff to get into idea. I have a couple of random thoughts. All right. I know Vince in pet cemetery which spe around going around. It's an movie that's out this week thing is based on old movie. I never saw. And it made me think maybe I should write a spec script for some some movies deca spin off of that. I'm thinking, maybe like pet crematorium, you know, I'll spell it differently. Cream C R A M A T A R E M crematorium. You know? That's why you gotta cremate a pets. But then they come back from ashes that could be the sequel. I'm good. No, okay. Padua Jim as him. I thought about that one spelled G. I m in a y s e e u m gymnasium and then so the pets go to work out, but wouldn't humans go to work out? They come back to you. See what I'm saying guys? That's the trick. That's that's I get you pick him up take him home. They say, you know, they got your kid by the throat, and you'll know what happened. I've been looking at all these people entering the democratic presidential race. I think Joe Biden as new mayor Pete out there, and there's so many choices. Now guys, there's so many options right in a way, I kind of like it because everybody seems to have calmed down. I hate. This guy hate this woman shit because there's so many fucking people. Now, it's like it's not enough time eight right? You've got the energy. 'cause by the time, you get the hating somebody else don't popular, right. And it's starting to make me feel like. I don't know if I'm the only one that struggles with this. But it's making me feel like the cheesecake factory me you come on too many options there so many options by the time. I looked through them all I don't know if I'm even hungry anymore and options are so varied, you know, it's like I go back to the front page and look at it all over again. And now, my choices down to just a selected like just thirteen possible things I would eat and then go back through that again and be like those thirteen things which is the best. And then go back through that thing. And they go of the thirteenth things, which are the more probable to be made here like fresh in from scratch, and what's getting microwave because I don't know of a restaurant that sells lasagna should also sell. But here we are and cupcakes on in one place. I that's one thing. I realize about that cheesecakes. Okay. But you 'cause you're not K factory. But when I got like a hundred pages to flip through to determine what I want. I'm like, oh, no, no, no, y'all can't be good at all this shit. Yeah. And the last thing I was thinking I was bacon of about the growth. Some broccoli for recipe. I was making the day. And it was like, you know, put this four hundred fifty degrees or whatever of for fifteen minutes. And I don't know if you guys struggle with this too. And I wish I had I don't know why we don't have all of don't have this. But you know, you set the oven temperature you wanted to get to. And then you gotta wait for some period of time until it gets to that temperature. And then it beeps, correct? And my of and only the one time right and don't be beginning. And I can never tell it. If it got it did I like use the bathroom come back and his all ready beat am. I about to throw some food in there, and I've just been patient, and there's actually three hundred and fifty degrees. You open it up. And they reset it causes the reset, but who wants to go through that fucking trouble. So what I've taken to doing is lowering it for a couple of minutes, and then raising it back to the temperature just check and all that got it beeps again. Let's me know, but the. Thing is I think of oven should just tell you like what the internal temperature is. And then what you're trying to get it to product does have smart oven. Who knows maybe I just we just don't have a up to date technologies everybody else. But I wish my told me like is it three hundred and forty five degrees. Just give it a couple of minutes. You know? But that's such a first world problem because back in the day they had to cook with fire and fire. Recipes must have been so much harder because you know, my recipes now like said if twelve hundred ninety degrees of five hundred degrees fo five minutes put it through fifty and leave it enough. Twenty five minutes. Fire degrees is always fire degrees. Can't fire degrees at fire hot every time. Right. And that's why they're shit wasn't like no delicate fish or chicken or anything like that. It was like here's some shit. Dick, just cook on fire temperature, whatever the folk fire is done by how did they know, you know, because they ate all kinds of different shit. It wasn't like they only eight one thing. I wonder how they knew like the first person go pork seem like you can leave a little pink in the middle. And then they just died and everybody was like, okay, gosh. So what we're doing is. We're looking port extra ten minutes. Okay. Yeah. I'm pretty sure it was trial and error. And also, I'm pretty sure they had certain types of. Of pots and pans. It would like to design for the pyre on four to five or more cast iron shit. Like that where it's like. Okay. We know you're going to get hot. And you're going to sizzle the head out of it. So I bet you're back in the day. They probably had to actually watch the food more carefully as you burn the fuck out of it. Right. So yeah, it's a lotta cheesecake factory's cheesecake. No that's not as hard to be alone. No. But you know, trying to between low main and. You know, trying to pick with Tony like low main and tacos on the same means it's a lot and along with some people just not built like me, you know, they can easily breeze through it and all that shit. But for me, I just get paralysis. They're trying to pick the perfect choice. And as soon as I pick I regret it. I'm like, you know, I will take the pork chops. You. The barbecue chicken was the right toys, KOMO immediately. What's up? They can't right? Every time. Why would they make egg rolls and cheesecake, it makes no sense. All right. Let's go with sesame chicken, and Robin and Raymond and for a fish in hamburgers. Right. All right. Let's go to the news. Bernie Sanders calls Trump a racist before at the Paulo theater. Ars ends made a trip to the Apollo theater in Harlem to patriots who Harry Belafonte, Tony Bennett and Alexia Reverend Martin Luther King junior. But along the way he slammed President Donald Trump as a racist. Sanders recounted the great strides, it came towards your harmony, but said the tolerance has lost ups over the past couple of years and put the blame at the feeder Trump is hard to believe that we have a president of the United States. Who was in fact, a racist? The White House did not comment mmediately? So they guys go. You wanna him step up his rhetoric in Colorado? Trump is a racist. And he did it. Okay. Took him a couple of years, but he got the slow. But sure wins the race care. I guess so best of enemies. Okay. That's enemies. So my people you work with son can't, okay? Oh, okay. A great yet. Yeah. 'cause it and this is kind of not I'll I'll let you install if I get into that was o- others not to get off topic. But the movie actually made me think about civility and what people mean by that. 'cause we had a long conversation that lunch or dinner or something about civility. And we gotta talk me down because I was almost to the extreme on it where I'm to the point to where 'cause I've came around on feminism and does different definitions of feminism in feminism is almost like us when I say that fitness is whatever your definition of feminism is. Best what it is to you. And everybody subscribes to their own definition of feminism. But the thing is is so broad, and it can mean so many different things to different people. And so people fight and argue over the definition of feminism just like everybody's fighting and arguing over the definition of us. And what does it mean to me and all that stuff? So talking about the movie us. Yes. The movie us inside the movie us. Yes. So I kind of look at it, the, you know, the same, and I was listening to NPR, and they're kept talking about civil, and why can't we have civil conversations and that takes us back to the movie we review today, and it really just made me think about my views and my perspective on the end. And to an extent the anger does not go away. And I am valid in my anger, and I have the right to feel how I do about certain things. I do have the right to be like, okay. I understand what steal fuck that. I have the right to feel that way. But also, it's the deeper issue than that. And there's a lot of things that play around in that because we're talking about. Civility. And the thing about bad is that it has always been used as something to bludgeon the people and beat people win. They don't respond when they don't behave when they don't say the thing that you agree with to get them to sit down and shut the fuck up because you don't want to deal with them, particularly people in public groups. Right people do it to LGBTQ people. You know, all the time. You know, a lot of white people. Do it the black peach it like that while I was like oh fuck civility. Like don't. Fuck. We talking about you. Don't see my humanity. And I'm not going pass this point. We cannot have a conversation. If you don't see me as a human being. So when people when they were talking about on NPR like you all week long every time I've talked about it. I just immediately a raised just came up in me while I was like the fucking this. No, I'm not talking to you. What the fuck are we talking about winning debate? Because when I come in. And and if my boss raised on my eyes bowl about Knowles flare up for all of us in the years of frustration. And a bullshit I've been done with come. Out in my speech, and I'm angry. But when you do it is considered passionate. No, I don't wanna talk about being got damn civil. Yeah. I think it just depends on what you mean by. I think a lot of people use it as a loaded term to keep people in line and to shut them down. You know, that's what's been used for and you can tell by what people you what people call and civil, you know, just depends on a person like they'll say, a protest, a peaceful. Protests uncivil, you know, Colin cabinet taking a knee as uncivil black lives matter stopping cars on the freeway uncivil, interrupting your branch and several. These are non violent protests actions, and they call it uncivil Orion. Is uncivil you know, that type of thing. But yet Charlottesville is not considered uncivil tan shoot up at the basketball. Your team lose a fucking fucking college basketball game that don't mean a mother fucking thing. That's not considering on civil. Well, I'm not maybe that depends on who's talking. Right. But it, but I'm saying within the course, I I'm trying to keep it narrow to things that are about causes. Okay. We can you know, someone terrorism shit about the football game like fuck them. And you know, but they don't have a point like it's not like didn't go, and then also black lives matter like, but if like someone were to burn a gas station during the Ferguson. You know, protests all of a sudden the whole the entire body of protesters, and every thing that working towards is considered this dislike violent uprising now right now as uncivil to look at. So it depends on what people mean by by civility, right because there's a certain point that people have when they talk about this that I think is valid which is communication has to be. There's certain levels ways of communicating are more educational the others. Agreed. And if you would like to educate someone or find some sort of common ground with a person, you're going to have to approach them in a manner that would be make you seem receptive to listening and make them seeing be receptive to listening to you. That is just that's just life. Like, that's not that's not necessarily a protest or movement thing that's his life like classrooms. Don't teach you by running in your. Face and fuck inputting size at you and yelling at you. Or or calling you names and shit like that like a good teacher is not supposed to do that. And not saying no one learns like that. But the vast majority like you won't see a lot of people that you pay college tuition that go to a class when when you walk in, and they go you stupid fucking lazy bitch. You will be like what the fuck. Are you trying to teach me, you know, in classes, where they have to teach things like rice would add to teach things like, racial dynamics. And and all these other like social Justice type things they don't walk in. And just start calling you out to name. You know, you're gonna be comfortable, no matter what if your privilege version, which is the point. This is what learning is going to do. But there's merit to the idea that. That that their standard ways to communicate that have been proven over the years to work that being said, most of the time civility comes at a loaded as a loaded question, which is I don't want to deal with the anger and emotionality of people that have been harmed and the repercussions of that. So it's like, I slapped you in the face and said, can you respond civilly, and that's just unfair. And I think that's what people respond to. I'm not saying it has much to do Bernie Sanders or whatever. But yet that's a lot of it is just this this false. It has a becoming a false dichotomy of both things. I'd saying black lives matter to me is the same with the clan. They're both the same to me they're equally weighted against each other. And you know, and it's sad because we have to play the game both ways, you know, in in a review, I forgot to mention this. But sometimes they treat it and atwater as a personnel was. They were like y'all you can only be, but so hard on the this white, man. Who's in the Klan like you have to watch your rhetoric because we're scared. He's on walk away from the table. And for what we are trying to accomplish we need him at the table. And that's something that a rig game that we have always had to play. And. Yeah. People resent that shit, and I don't blame them. So. Yeah, it's almost like you you come to fight. But you also have to fight with a hand tied behind your back because you're dealing with whiteness and whiteness is the is so fragile quote unquote on a lot of shit. And the thing is when it comes to it. Yes, I do in. And like, I said this movie just really just may my mind race. And then I was thinking about our conversation when it comes to things. I can because amd because I think modern marginalized groups are always forced to see the humanity in the people did oppress them, we all would even we understand your actions understand. Why you did what you did? We we because we have to know you because we have to know you to survive. So we understand the things and the actions that you do, but it's never reciprocated in that's somewhat of the problem because we see you estimate being, but you never see us in return human beings, and you don't pay attention until we fucking burn shutdown or do some ship to make you a force you to look our way. Yeah. So now the thing with Bernie, you know, bringing it back to him trying to relate it to what we were saying a lot of his tenor towards Trump and Trump's voters has been one of civility. You know, it has been one of we need to hear these people out. He's the only democratic candidate. That is going to go on Fox News, which I believe is a Orgainzation is not really a news organization but same he wants to go on there. And try to reach those people. That's his belief system. That's his makeup, you know, to try to reach those people the rest of the DNC. I believe said they won't be doing any debates over there. So I like I'm not as like I said, I get all the shit that people feel about burning. I'm not as down on him as a lot of folks at this point because I not with no reservations. And I mean every time I said I will vote for him and not feel bad about it. Not one second not even a little bit. Because at the end of the day. He's a much better candidate than Trump would be agreeing. And if he's able to beat the other candidates in the primary, then he will have been a much better candidate than they were. So you know, whatever I care, right? His his Logan will be boy. I guess. Yeah. And I I mean, I'm kinda glad that I'm sleeping to be fair. Our enthusiastically vote for him not me I will vote for him because. Yes, it's Trump or the fucking wherever. But I guess yeah. Our enthusiasm vote for him. I don't. Yeah. I don't like I tried it. Explain this shit. When those mother fuckers are coming in my mentor them being and harass me about their candidate. I don't have any problems with Bernie Sanders like like on a personal level or you know, it's just like what a fucking discussing human being. I don't have that. You know? I don't really have that. What I don't know. Most of the candidates. I don't know any candidate that I truly feel like fuck them. You know, what I mean on the democratic side? I don't think I've I don't know who I would feel that way about but I don't have that. Emmy because I'm just like, I think I'm just from a time where or I'm just remembering a time before you had to be perfect and most most folks are caught up there. Now, they can't go back. They can never turn it back to before twenty sixteen before, you know, even Barack Obama when you just like yo close enough. Let's go, you know, there's now this thing where people expect to be like placated to the empty greed. In a world where we're talking about a hundred million people voting. No, none of these mother fuckers are gonna agree with you on everything. None of them are going to have a spotless record on everything. Either not one of them. And if someone tells you they do fuck them, they lying to you. Yes. Like, so it's not even about that for me. So, you know. Yeah. I would enthusiastically vote for all of them even the ones that I'm like, I don't know about this shit. I think they would still do a much better job than Trump and probably after this primary they'll be vetted so hard to build be a much better job than they would have done before the primary, you know, because they're going to have to go at every issue to a certain extent, I expect most of these focus and not be able to separate themselves from the packs because they're gonna agree on most of the shed fifteen dollar million ways. No problem. What else you got university? Okay. No problem. What else you got like they're all going to agree on all the shit like like anyway by the time, it's done. I will gladly put on a fucking t shirt and support. Any last one of these fuckers? It's not even that's how much I care about the country amateur. I care about everybody's well being that it's not really about them at this point is about I'm not even gonna do mayor the vote for this shit. I'm just gonna go vote MB there early voting, and what am I voting speaker because these are fucking tenuous times. And these issues are very fucking important everything people thought was on the table or was off the table all of us on the table every single fucking thing everything. And and the thing is I am glad he turned around. And I do agree with you about the civility of that. And and him actually reaching and stuff like that. Like, I come. It's weird because it's their Twitter thing. People say they won't some they get in. And they get mad again. Right. Like what the fuck was the point. Then just stop talking. If that's you know, what I mean. 'cause like people said this was what they wanted from him. So now, he's giving some he's giving some on this. I'm not going to sit up in shit on the man for doing what the fuck I've been like, why aren't you just you say you March with king, but you won't call Trump raises, right? That doesn't make sense to me. So then he doesn't and I'm still going to be like fuck you. I don't appreciate you saying like knock God got it. You can move onto eventually his voters as well anywhere for God. Damn because they ain't coming over to your side. Either do not. Like, they have an unshakable faith in whiteness in that there's nothing a white person or white people in masking do that are necessarily bad things that they meant to do it as always Elizabeth homes ask they didn't really mean it, and they're just disappointing everyone, but they'll come around. And that's that's how people treat Trump voters. That's how burning talks about him. If he loses. I hope that's the reason he loses. Like, I hope it's not some he wouldn't show his taxes share or some, you know, some like some petty ass shit. I hope it is just on the issue people go you didn't go far enough. Correct. Oh, that's why loses whoever goes the furthest wins. I don't really give a fuck who it is either. Again, the same thing. Like, I said is he the data death of so yes, I will vote for whoever finishes the race. But like I said it's one of those things where I had to check myself like like lily had to. I'm to the point now too where I have to check must Bill and chick. Oh why? Sometimes I get a rage. Within me. Why I get upset about things actually really shouldn't make me upset. You know, something as simple as civility put. Yeah. I was in raised about that. The fuck are we going to talk about like, no, I think that's a reasonable response. It's just that civility from white folks is it means something is a loaded term. So it just depends on what they meant. I didn't listen to those NPR things. So I don't know how they meant it. But I'm saying to you. There's a way that they can present civility that is a shutting down of a conversation. They act like it's the opening of conversation is not. And so you could have been upset about that. I didn't listen to us. So I can't tell you. But it could have been that. It's not that you were wrong to be mad about them throwing it out there. They loaded throw that shit out there. And it's also the way that why people are able to do stuff like. Katy Perry is able to have her parents that she goes we all gotta go thanksgiving their big Trump supporters. I'm a liberal person. But we all got to go to dinner together at thanksgiving. So we had to let that shit go. And it's like yes that is ability at work, and that means the Trump supporters. I is going to always win because you're too worried about being nice to them. And they're not nice to anyone, you know. And the way that you make it work is by not talking to them and not trying to reach them and not not discussing it at all. I think that you know, that's a coward's way out. But that's what most people do in life. Yeah. And I guess for me, and this nothing moves because the thing is a lot of those people are never going to see the quote unquote opposition humanity. And then the people closest to them would never take the time to have become a station with them. So my point is is nothing changes. So my point is why the fuck I gotta be simple. Like like like like, why do why do my group in the people representing me? And would you be Q? Why do they always have to like you say it's your definition of civility because it's always been used as something to pop me upside the head. I'm like fuck you angels ability. And it's also the power dynamics, correct? Because what people don't recognize that. People have privilege don't have to listen as most of the time. They're not listening on purpose. Like, they it's always a sumptuous that like they just don't. No, no, no, no. They don't want to know. Right. So you know, that I love that Selena best to enemies where you know, the black do puts out this plea of like, you don't understand what it's like a white person. Now, I feel helpless that my children have to go through the sheet, and I can't protect them from it as a black person, and none of us black people can protect our children from the harsh racism outside of the wild ride home and later on when an water tells them like that do was the right? Was he because y'all do no? I don't care. Yeah. I want us to feel helpless, and that's the bigger point. And that's what that's bullshit. I always comes down to. But. Yeah, you're not just like I say, it's a loaded term. And it just depends on how as us. I there's some uses for diplomacy and civility and shit that just needs to be it needs to be employed. Diplomatically like there's there's times for it where it works. And I and I know because every person of privilege, and everyone has some level. There's a you can tell when you've been approached. And you said I'm shutting this shit down. And I will never come see him see it on this. And there's other times you've been approach with something. And you went fuck I didn't I never thought of it that way, and that's the difference. Sometimes you catch with Honey. And sometimes you catch on with shit. It just depends on the day and the person and how you deploy it because there's a lot of people. I think you can catch with the, hey, I don't know if you know, but the way you're looking at this kinda wrong. And here's why. And you know, I'm not gonna call you names and yell at you. And then there's other times you just like. Like the fucking, blah, blah, blah. And like, I say one of them shut shit down to you know. But at least you feel better because you've got the vent. But yet for most people just shut them down with yellow or whatever the fuck most people can't take it. Right. Because that's into the day. I won't think change, and I won't think to move. And I think it needs to be a balance it needs to be civil conversations people actually sitting and learning and think tanking and all this stuff. And that's the thing a lot of times actually getting to know, they they say getting know, your enemies, but to me, it was like actually getting to know people outside yourself because there's a lot of black people that don't know why people you know, them as far as passing through. But a lot of black people. Yes. Dump black people have had white friends. But you got people like me, I've never really had a quote unquote, close white friend like like one does my role doll we down. But whatever I've never had that in my life. So for me, my view is a little different. You know, I, you know, why people are there and they? Exist. And I know all why people are mean and nasty, and they don't come and cuss me on and spit on me, you know, and I do understand that concept, but is in between that and you actually knowing why people and I mean, really knowing them like intimately in that sexually. But you know, like the day to day to you all black people in America. No, white people. We know them better than they know themselves. Even if you don't have a white friend, enemy and shit. You know, why people because you have to survive, you just know, right? You know, how they respond to certain shit. You know, like what you can't can't do at your job. You know, when a white person is telling you there point of view about race. You know, what the subjects means? And they don't like they subconsciously don't know when they're telling you like, why don't you think all is matter? You actually know why that is offensive. They don't. Yes. And now from that perspective, I understand. But there are there are sip session of black people. Will you look at them you go you racist? All white. Because they are racist. Or is why people quote, unquote, because they know they're not racist towards white people. Because they don't know why people because they know they like y'all motherfuckers talk about us behind our backs y'all my Fokkers plot and plan scheme and history of which all of done to us like it doesn't come from nowhere. Agreed. You know, they know it because they're informed. Why people people have privilege like we keep saying, white and black people are privileged. Hey, the marginalized people because they don't know Margalov people hate people approved because they know around the Tony different equation. Like is not doesn't you're not uninformed. Will you like your wife? You might be about do some races shit. You're not uninformed. You have a history the entire context and says, yes, you're right. They are coming for you. Take two is not the same. There is no context in which black people have ever come for white people in which they need to be worried about their safety and shit yet. They do. And that's why that's why I've white supremacy is about keeping us apart. That's why I say. Take a Gatien. Jim crow redlining all of us about keeping us apart. Even our kids apar- artist. She's not because they're gonna make magical mixed babies and shit literally because they might fuck around and see the humanity you, and that's the big con in America, even even poor white people. They want to keep them away from black people like because what happens if you fucking accidentally start respecting as far as what happens if you accidentally stumbled into this black person has an opinion, you know, he's the one of the reasons like even with liberal white people that are still a huge disconnect between blackness and a liberal white people. Right. Like, a white person will write us tell us all about Bernie have fucking great years, but they won't Bill. Tune us out when we talk about what we don't like about him, tune us out completely because they don't actually respect our opinion, and they don't actually value it. They're just trying to manipulate our opinion that we saw that we use our platform to just do what they want us to do. Right. They don't really want to hear what the fuck. We have to say. Or what we think about? Shit like that. And they don't even know that we know they don't know that I'm up on that game before they even started on my here, we go this bullshit. You know, right because we played the game long enough to know. And then they get mad when you've been oh, I know what this is. He's not to be racist. Anchin is life or death is not on a game for us. That's why the civility thing. I think that you off is because implies that there's this equality within the discussion already that right? That makes we're just disagreeing and we're just coming from different perspectives. And it's really about like how do we convey that we're all on the same team? And for black people. We're like we're very much not on the same team. And I'm waiting for you to realize it, and then it because it's not really civil it's veneer civility that. It's going to be like eroded the second that I started to represent for myself the second I started to advocate for myself, and my other people in college that's gonna make you uncomfortable all of this civility shit is going to get thrown right into the street and y'all going to be like. Tuck these niggers, right? And also is one of those things to to wear things that but people Muslim allies people considered life. But Dale you like always a joke a game. I voted for Trump because I thought it was funny, and you go the fuck in that, you know, an act like something wrong with you for Paul point. Now that it it wasn't a mother fucking. I'd I didn't have the option to be like tic TAC Toby. Yeah. And like, I say, it is definitely. We know why people better than eight sales, and it's just by nature. Same wait. I'm sure gay people know straight people better than we know ourselves disabled people, no able bodied people better than we know also like all of this shit is privilege privilege shit to speak on it. And be like, it's just be civil about it. You know, like, nah, 'cause I've had to survive you. And because I've had this arrive you, I know you better. Even in a day to day situation because. You know, like, I say. Out of the house of bondage Redebe is great book, but it talks about intimate portrayals and diary entries and stuff of white women that were slave mistresses and black women that survived them and they're like their word for word account. We've been doing this since the day we were out on the shores to be like, these this is what why people think, and this is what they believe fundamentally is what they have to believe in order to do what they do. And then we have to survive it. And that's why we know them better. I know that you think I'm lazy because you can't really examine the fact that the laziest person in this house is you I'm doing all the fucking work. So you've had describe laziness to me. So that you feel superior to me for the rest of your life, and it and it holds over to stereotypes today when they call NBA players lazy and you're sitting on your couch at four hundred pounds eating chips, but I'm lazy right? Like, it's that kind of shit that just Dave daily assaults on us. And so when they talk about civility. Just loaded because the world has been civil towards us already. And well, we respond in kind they go. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. This is not a civil conversation. I'm like, you might talk to me a certain way. But you treat me the treatment of me is the truth. The way you treat. Somebody is the uncivil of it not the way you talk to them sweetly. So anyway. Speaking of not treating people civilly Kodak black is back in the news. He apparently thinks saying some don't he just talk about him a week or two ago, take his phone. What's up with that? Can we just take his phone is that gonna be thing? Like can. We just have a person around him can AT and T O provided service just started off because there's nothing good coming out of there. And it has been for quite some time. So he issued a half as a policy to Lauren London at the TI and the game got on his ass for disrespecting her and her late boyfriend, nipsy hustle, LA's power one zero six has banned his music, thankfully. So this is why he got cancelled. Keep in mind. He's also the guy who's accused of rape. Also says some very colorist things about black women. But I guess it was the thing that finally got him castle by power one zero six so that's good. Kodi black hat social media in a massive uproar where he went on Instagram making disrespectful and insensitive. Comments about shooting his shot with Lauren London following the murder of her longtime boyfriend hustle. A lot of issues with women. Yeah. I mean, he was also the guy who was talking about young may need to her pussy pounded or some shit. Right. So not there's not seem like a very very good guy. Also, have you ever been accused of right? You might not want to. Norman. Little. No. Call. Him hanging out with his friends if you couldn't tell Instagram, right? Yeah. Lordly does is to live a lot Lauren London. That's baby. Though. She bout to be single. She a whole widow out here. I the best man I could be for her. I'll give her a whole year. She might need a whole year to be crying shift for do talking about newsy. I tried to shoot my shot at her. I'm saying she can do to three years. I'll try to be like the friend if you need hollow or to Lino she can call him alive. Polly total you right and these alleged rapists and his travels coming. But okay. And then TI in the game. Who also have a track saying wow shit. Also went live. Coda list? The packaging. Fix this sheet. Quickly expeditiously. Packet nikki. Nobody will go say to. So you. You say, you gotta pack. Maybe. Get you to give. Shit go for Kodak black and any of the nigga disrespect. This is the game. Who also I think is accused of rape. And definitely a very misogynistic person. But okay. Nickname his legacy has family mega chemo nickname out your fucking mouth, mega keepers girl's name your fucking mouth nigga. The fuck roll through new limits. No respect having asked mega man. This new generation fucked up in the head nigga disrespect the Mondays name man this shit for real when they hear these fucking streets. Nigga doing the white motherfucking thing doing good for fucking people. I being Knicks want to do after his untimely demise. Is disrespected fucking may not I go for that. My nickname. Your. I only know this guy is weird though being. Like, no is weird that negative node kinda shit that Dave said in the past and it hasn't stopped them from jumping on. And I'm not saying he doesn't deserve to be pound like plowed on or whatever. But is this is. Wow that muscle. Like, listen. I know I had my years of misogynistic saying, wow, shit, and whatever, but nigga you like, I don't know where be tone, and maybe this is just moments perspective would happen. This was somebody out do not like which I'll be standing up, quote, unquote, represent and covering his woman. You know, and is not really for her is at a respect of him for him. Right. You know because going by a lot of their track. Record you go. No, no, no. This is not for her. This is for them, and they'll mail egos defeat right now, you're not gonna come from my boys girl, which you know, I get. But like I said if this was. Somebody you get like or you didn't care for would. We still get the same outrage if. Yes. Okay. Cool. But if no. People have the right to question that you make a great point too is really about nifty and not about her because it's all these men that normally don't check any level of toxic masculinity. Don't come out say anything at many times -ticipant in it and promote it, and then this time they're like, but not now, and it seems mostly out of respect for nipsy, not Lauren necessarily, she just kind of a byproduct and all this. Yeah. Because women are seen as property which is also weird because I've also seen even the people that have been like I'm thinking about Lauren is a little bit of an aspect of in the wake of the connection to this, man. You know what I mean? So I mean, I'm not saying this wrong or anything like that. But yeah, it is very much like almost afterthought to and to defend her honour really is about definitive sees honor. Because he's no longer here to do it or something. That's not bro. Promise you listened to the guy out is insane. And other guy. That's you know. Trying to keep you from saying period. Got. Gotta get out of that. You gotta. You know, there are a lot of factors play here. You know what I'm saying? Not only just the people that love and respect and Lauren. You know, you're you do business. What us what Atlantic records? That's a tough spot the being fellow. So let you know right now get out in front of. Humid, notice specked human no harm. You know, it's easier to say that the player. Fix this, bro. Seattle. So thank is like, I'm only go. I'm not fighting with y'all fix it. Right. Do you know like and some about point chat room? Like, he's the only one so far the next set her name. Speak volumes to right. Blacks response. Listen seat ain't gonna pull shit like this. The last name pulled Dame pulse town old girl. I'm out of turn up for my community and do a whole lot of positive shit cover. Br I never knew Brown team, bro. One time. What I was seeing that. Always they out to do some shit for their community. Duda. Don't there's no try, right? It's like it's always whenever they get in trouble. Our about the I'm by do a bunch of the community. He go, y'all. Don't talk about that. Cause you not do it. And then people talk about it. You do it in in you talk about it. It don't matter go to McVay and be like this what I'm doing. That's what nifty was doing helping people and talking about it was, you know, if this really is inspiring you that why wasn't that what was coming out of your mouth? Instead, I'm a fuck is his ex sweet community is finished and change. She goes here. Yes. What the fuck what? Charlotte's single fair. Said I give a yield agree in criterias bad. Anybody are in in one if she tried to haul in in about it darling for the old. Nah, I can't do it. I'm gonna do positive sheet on the. So other things he never gives women the choice these fucking things. He's talking about think, that's very very pattern. Father people are still holding out some level. Like, I hope he didn't do sexual assaults. Hope you're right. But just saying I'll see a pattern and just what he chooses to speak about. And how he speaks on women and shit. The other thing. That's interesting. Here is. He really thinks that the charity. He's doing is simply a way to fucker. He not even talking about Madonna for my community 'cause I'm inspired about his it's like an issue a C. And then I'm gonna get the fuck her to is all to the end of the day. It's all about trying to have sex with this woman. Eight and understand why that's disrespectful thing to say. Is so weird chain a little initials? That you know, what you remind me 'cause up community, but charge sensitive shit like caney. Caney was ninety these be so butthurt the whole put this. You gotta be the bad side fit in late. Fuck your child. She can give. I'm gonna be me. I'm not I'm not just as a program note in case. No one's ever told you guys. No one actually has to be the Bagga very nobody has due to he'll turn that wrestling controversial thing to say, I guess, but no, no. You can be in a room full of people. And no one has to be the bag. You can just be everyone can just kind of try to be the good guy and be on their best behavior, and and just coexist and beat themselves. It's happened before I've seen it really a mini time. You don't if you're the kind of as the room and says, we need a bad guy. You're an asshole you're a bad person before you walked in that room the room didn't make. I guess he did one more video. Right, man. Shit. It's ridiculous. What I'm seeing? Misconstrue what this? What child? So now getting back to the same sense of the sheet. They got nipsy kill. And so when people tell me, you know, I hear people say too sentimental like why are you trying to make it about toxic masculinity in all these genders? This is why. Dacian of it is the foundation of Muffin will repeat this ad nauseam. If somebody were you know, I was hearing rumors that people were trying to find the do that killed Nikki's family. They were trying to do family retaliate. That's also talk to masculine right? Didn't shit to do it? Right. Like is all this shit is the cycle that continues and it continues because we keep the finding like masculinity through violence. That's what it is to be a man. That's what it is. Don't get punked don't get the bitch. If you don't retaliate, you what are you? What does that say about you? And in this case, he couldn't take being corrected or challenged by some other elder statesman of the game. And he merely turned it into what you going to do to me. I'm in Georgia. Like, so somebody gotta die over your comments. When you could have just been like, you know, let me check myself. Nobody around you like, but what you're saying kinda wack like. Let it go is not the time. You know, even if he thought it was a joke. That'd be like awesome system. Niggers everybody not clearly read the room people, not joking about this nifty shit. Not not crazy. Right now on their which out of. What else about? As he should. Life. Sweet. She when I smoke. Would I look comfortable here? She, of course, got all his friends kinda cheering them on in the background without controversy. Ono? Maybe I I'm not about their life. But is how can you say? My worst was misconstrued. But I see what I see. Right. I said what I said means something, but I was misconstrue. And another thing I want to add to all this happening Instagram live album, not a video product he's making money off. Oh, I it's almost like a which mccalla I know him more from this than his rapid. What is that girl? Not that group woman. Craft. She did the chicken thing with diplo banks. Yes. I know more about her Instagram. Did I did? And her posed in her acne up online that I know about your music. That's not good. If you're artists and even know about your will it would be best. If I knew about your music for. I mean, these focus music a different way than what we grew up with. But as true the point I was gonna make is actually reminds me a lot of Cardi B. You know, when she was coming up, I think less so now, but still like what she was coming up. And obviously she shows a lot more discernment than this guy does. But this idea of I need to pay I need to. Get out to the world every thought that comes on my mind times, no preparation, you know, it's like we do this podcast with those preparation for this podcast on this podcast. I like, I know the articles on talking about I kind of you know, I try to get as much information as possible. I don't just hop on here. And then be like, you know, libertar- you this that and other terrible thing is gonna come back to haunt me. You know, not saying I'm gonna be perfect. I'm still putting a lot of content out. And it's going to always, you know, there's gonna be things you say in later, disagree with there's gonna be things you say, you become informed on more, you know, at the time. But this idea of off the cuff, I'm just sharing my life. And I'm supposedly unaffected by the pushback from it and the commentary on it is bullshit because he's only doubling and tripling down because he is being affected by the by the pushback, he can't help it. So then you have something again. It says something worse, again does something worse. And I am fascinated. By the fact that this was getting him cancelled. Right. Like, there's a lot of she he said and done that apparently has been cancel fences or people have tolerated. And maybe this I wonder if this temporary like once it's been a few weeks along enough people be like, let's get them back on these shows interview him, let's music again why? 'cause I wonder what the staying power is for a cancellation that is this over just a motion Audi in in the in the current event that they may not keep the same energy in a month or two. Agreed. Yeah. Yeah. TI Thome get together. Young nigga, this ain't no motherfucking game. And he said or what? Just incredible say we stand at the family and this proverb out of disrespectful. Poor crop minutes may black with that power. No, not support Kodi blacks music. Hashtag long live nip. Sagas power. No sixes done with him bay, boys. From cast said, I won't despite my time. I pick a coda at black. However, I will say this. I'm not here for the blatant disrespect at fake as policies to disrespect the king. And the Queen Lauren is where I draw the line hip-hop has been very despicable lately. Not only is this despicable the hip hop and this faithful to a beautiful human being spirit and legacy. Sometimes I feel sorry way. But I don't speak out. I just don't fuck with the person plays. The thing this one I just can't keep it on a personal chill. I've been child of hip out for a long time. Hip hop, raise me and raise hip hop. And I'm not new to this or fake to this. I'm a soldier. I'm not just phone taps. Funny. Interviews check my pedigree. I will not stand by Kodak black come between the leaders. I have with difference. Niff- Nikki's honor will can't be disrespected like this. We must would've shield around Lauren London and his entire family. We can't allow these things to happen. And if c- wouldn't he we look the other way forgive to ease them a black, man. I and I love that deserve my love, I'm with unity. However, we must discipline owners. Well, this isn't about radio or dropping records that's been done. This is about protecting legacy. People accountable. This may not change Kodi black now. But I pray it changes. Here's someone's future for all those out there that wanna disrespect to play with royalty. I've is you think thrice lonely spirit knowledge and wisdom of nipsy hustle. This has to be the standard forever. The marathon continues on blocking the Bush if from now, try me. So then I guess he apologized in a U2.. Video. If I disrespected you, okay? I may not leave a lot of interpretation. Recipes. Hers. Community. All you other people might trying to act like on the internet or checking on the internet. And I got on fourth. I'm Jordan right now. Tomorrow the North Pole the team where you can't. Don't try to you on the internet. Let's hit my land. North. I'll say faith to. Open legal issues. Okay. If I did my bad, he mounds, maybe like, which I didn't he might as with us said damn, I you happy. Now. That's what I heard like, I don't know what y'all heard. But that's what actually Christ is comment casings like a walk in fucking like somebody going to do something person. My look look our Kelly asked media to take it easy on him ahead of a pay club appearance. Instagram to say, this boy art, this is a boy kale's, I got an event to do tonight, Springfield, Illinois. So I won't the media to take it easy on me, man. This. I got to get paid for right now. So you see me in the club with a couple of drinks in my hand and chilling please take easy. Our buddy age, we live now that ain't gonna have people will be protesting and everything has promise. He actually did show up. No, no, no, no what he's fan right defensive stuff. Go beat it. Yeah. The club de reduced ticket prices due to the low turnout though. The less defense in normal. But sounds like it went off without a hitch. I'm glad glad it did. But you know. Nobody gives council, quote, unquote, who are negative that won't discount tickets to take Sophie are Kelly ain't gonna be on groupon. Right. Who's who's that much of a fan? Yeah. Because. He will ever have a fan base forever. Have a fan base. Wow. To me. Oh, I'll Kellyanne groupon. Let's go. Get some pictures with them somebody taking the pitches and somebody going there, and this one you just a fan of sexual assault and statutory rape. And they don't care by United fan of music at this point. Like, what music are you? Even what is this about is about them, quote, unquote. We thought about for not having to give something up. If I if I say is the problem, and I point out of the problem that means I have to quote, unquote, give up his music. Nobody's done. You give it up. You could fucking listen to it. You got the right to listen to and they want to stop knows just weird to show up and take a picture with him. That's totally different than I'm not gonna stop this news music. That's that's that's a willful level of like giving your money to this, man. Like this point. What are you actually a fan of what I mean? Because that's that's gotta be millions of people that are listening to music and just don't they don't go to his events and they say a low turnout. So this. You know, he's a social pariah. Everybody thought him taking the said, no, no, no, no. Except the handful of the people that were like, I need a selfie arc. Kelly. Would you gonna live say I took this in two thousand three I didn't know anything like what who you? So in it too. I don't know. But apparently, he was put it online in order for people to know that you we'd like you put that on your Facebook page like how does that work? Somebody does Instagram Twitter. Hey, I'm here are Kelly, yo girl, so turnoff disable your comments 'cause people doing now, I don't I don't understand. I hope I never understand if I never had that that that level who your teeth Meghan McCain still doing her thing on the view talked to view, okay? Fears about how the White House got into it with joy Behar says run coming. Veterans security advisor Tricia Newbold is blowing the whistle on twenty five people who are given clearance even. Okay. Why did this just up? Okay. Okay. Now's back. What is it gonna play though? We're back to see. Okay. I have to restart it for some reason. Just reset in the middle of fucking plant. Fears. Let me get to to juicy part in if it's going to be resetting. Right. Fuck around. So was right around here. Administration scandal. I think I don't know. Joy Behar saying that the Obama administration was scandal free. And I was the Trump administration is it. Okay. So this is relevant to what we're about to hear. Play this one more time. This was Obama nothing like this even remotely close ever happened. Most of the ten minutes shoulders. Scandal. I think this. What you just heard was Meghan McCain laughing at joy Behar for saying that Obama's administration was completely scandal free. Okay. Scales? But I don't want to do this with this morning. I'd like to hear a scandal. But I think on right now the Iran deal number one, I mean killings of dollars on Mark Mark bills in the middle of the night, given to Iran. Yeah. That's a big scandal. That was there. My children didn't want to do this this morning because again, even just pointing out the fact that I don't think socialism is a winning adage for Democrats is a big issue this morning, by the way props to Abby for this. Okay. Because she asked a question that journalists Accra around the country wouldn't do that other people and other networks wouldn't do. And you've got a big win as I said before and this will come back to haunt her. And that was what? Candle. He wore a tan suit Michelle showed her. Navarro who believe is still Republican or as like, she hates Trump's almost. She's basically like fuck him. And no, he's not close to Burma and those lily the quote unquote, biggest gut damp scandals. Yeah. You said them early. When Republicans like me who are so put off by Trump as everyone knows. And I hate Trump. I didn't vote for him before I don't plan on voting for him the next time because of all personal reasons, but I think the problem is only for the personal reasons about away you'll have any policy reasons against him. I'm no that Amman when you put the Obama administration up is this this pristine scandal-free perfect administration. That never did anything wrong for conservatives and Republicans the rule out of politics pretty as free. But I'm saying there was a lot of policies put into place rational conservatives. Disagree with it. I think part of the problem is heels, very judgmental. If you didn't like the Obama administration, and you have a problem with the Iran deal. That's how you got Trump is because lecturing all of us about us not the administration different when you consider a president who I know therefore lies about Aden's or he. Given to Puerto Rico Puerto Rico got ninety one billion dollars. That is a line. Mr President where you're talking about president that brags about grabbing women by the genitals. When you talking about president that pays hush payments to. American people on a daily basis man chance to say time just saying with the Obama wasn't D scandal free. So Republicans can be as angry as they want to. You know what though giving? Ministration repub-. Republican. And I'm saying I'm telling you, the I'm telling you how we got Trump, and it's higher real do this. When you go listen what you just said was a lie and not factual. And then when you go, and so then give me explain to me how this that were scandals by administration. They go this. How you got Trump like everything is this how we got Trump because they don't want to discuss the mayors of what you just asked is what if you don't if if you ask me on anything question anything that? I'm saying this you gotta get Trump again. It's like now he's a threat that they are willing against us, which is something people don't talk about. It is part of the reason we got Trump, right? Is that they do like the threat of we will fuck the coal country. If you don't give us our way and Trump was their nuclear option to be like see we did it and even her going I vote from our support demand. But this how you're going gonna get them. If you don't agree with everything we say is Republicans. You gotta get 'em. Again, if you point out that I'm lying to you. You that I'm making shit up that I'm gas lighting, you you gotta get 'em again. So you got to just go along, Don. John when is reelected, which at this point. I believe he is going to be I hope at some point. Are you on listen to warn to make all of you? Okay. Audience billing. Difference between let's say the Clinton administration was democratic administration scandal. I gotta go. So I guess the guy off of that. Here's the thing though. See couldn't come up with a scandal. She disagrees with policies day enacted. That's not the FBI opening investigation on you, just not people pleading guilty jail time being arrested rating at home. It is fucking not the same is not the same. You know, disagree politics all the time that's not a scandal. And I think this is why earlier when you brought up civility this is why it's infuriating because what she did is something that is only allowed to exist in a world where we've value civility over the true because the truth of it. Now, I'm not saying you need to coach kosher out or call out her name. But the truth of the matter is you need you're going to have to call her. You're gonna have to call her out on her lies right to where fakes and state. You got people being like, oh, come on. They don't you know, 'cause they 'cause they don't want to have a TV show where looks like these women literally are at each other's throats every moment of the day without it, you know, where where might get out. Of hand, you know. Back in December the Daily Mail, according to the Daily Mail when Whoopi Gober abruptly cut to commercial wonder spats bay Berhard yelled in front of the audience. Get this bitch under control if this shit doesn't stop. I'm quitting this damn show. I can't take this much more. Reportedly producers jumped on the stage at the New Yorker wasn't done. She added I've tolerated a lot of shit on his show. But I'm at my wit's end with this entitled bitch enough already enough already. I'm not playing nice any longer. Nega network executives met with them. Both in address in Rome at the show. No word on what was said. But clearly McCain hasn't learned to respect to elders. So. Yup. In that interesting, necessarily, right? We need both of y'all on the show need to have both sides represented. And she goes to the fan line gaslight you and you're supposed to politely go. I even those as lion. I just disagree. You know, over we're going to get Trump, which is their faith. All right. Let's go to something else. Maybe some was can we talk about the hostile? Oh, have you want to? All right. So I don't know I feel like everyone's probably have talked about this, and it's gone around. But. I did not come prepared to talk about this bad. I won't talk about it today. I'm trying to say the article. Didn't are a little X's rapper trap rapper something that had a song that was number one on the country. Bill. Why am I doing this? This is just fucking black people stuff. I'll do it in the final black people say let me play the song. I because clearly this is going to be fucking with black people. And that's where that's where where it goes. Because people going to be fucked with when they learn. Already. Right. When they hear that pig out people have heard, but you know, Arab owners day. No social media's though. No, no, you're right. I just literally didn't even really think about covering it. You're absolutely right. We should have covered because give me one second. Puckett with those people with those blacks, we're just talking with black people. That's why guys to play the game that we all hate the play is fucking black people the game. Go all around the globe articles, make us feel the wheels five point scores zero two hundred twenty five days intestines, everybody. All right. So I feel like everyone probably knows the story. But just in case people don't know. This story. Learn is X is a rapper black dude who made a very viral country hit. Well, asong that people were calling country. Although apparently that's been hotly debated at this point. It's like two verses original version Dennis. We'll get to that. Okay. The original version was. I think at billboard trending at number one on their country music chart as a number one hit song, I'll play for you. So you can decide it is counts as country. More. I got. Plaque. Roddy? Juki with you. Brought in owns a. All. Oh, my. Ryan's around. Original version, and they took it off of the list because they said that quote was not embracing enough elements today's country music in his current version. Now, the thing is if you pay attention to the. To the charts. They have been allowing crossover artists on the country music charts since prov come on like, Molly Cyrus, still charts. Charts they made a country album since since Kiei took stage like. And so. Is kinda like, you know, people feel like they took it off because of racism, right? You know, 'cause y'all just didn't want this black man doing this. Apparently that Nelly song back in the day that he did was Tim McGraw something over and over or whatever it was apparently they didn't put that on the chart. I didn't even know that was the Bob. Yeah. Pantley that wasn't even. So I don't know if it's a history of trying to keep these rappers off of it because I mean, I know that there's other black people that have made country music and being on the chart. So I don't know that that's true. And also owned a low they wouldn't even allow beyond his daddy lesson to actually be phenomen. So it's like a willful type of attitude to keep this shit away from it, right? They did put out a statement. The billboard offers categories Pacific chart lives to people in the music. Better gays says of songs relative to other than giving format we oftentimes pace difficult category. Categorization choices determine what's char song lives on is an ongoing process. It depends on a number of factors most notably the disowns musical composition. But also had a song is marketed and promoted the musical history of the artist airplay the song disease. How to songs is platform onstream services. Billboard welcomes the excitement created by gender gen-. John. Ridley blending tracks such as little x. Oh Tiro and we'll Katina monetize marketing. And how fans it's fine initial decision. Remove time road from the hot country songs. Chart could be visited as he's factors of all. So then. Wow. This is happening and is off the charts. And we're like this is fucked up. It's racist. This black guy made a country song, and these white people don't want to give him the credit. He deserves. I guess I cried were hurt the ally. Mountains heard to call in Bila race hours because we say little Xs name nozzle Linda's ex actually tweet it like I really like this. I would love to work with you beat it. He said that in December. Oh, okay. So he actually was you could get it. Because apparently black. We will fuck abilities. Yes. They do a lot of people don't know that black people fuck with Billy Ray Cyrus like that. The real question is always been Billy Ray Cyrus fuck with us or not. And apparently there was on the answer is. Yes. Take my. Town. Taylor. Town road. No. Doc id. Mattia black black Friday. Don't. Google. There are the chic oh horror. The mix is flames Villaret hopped on this year and got off a little bit. Yes. In the thing is I'm gonna tell you. I was at work. So all I know was this Friday morning. My whole puck and time. And I was he hallway like Linley all our scene was to step is in cowboy hats and pick the me before I list, then after I was listening and their Bill race. Ours was trending. And I hit play. I was like, oh, this is why I love new because it was all types of remixing. They had one that was punched Bob square pants 'cause standard. The squirrel is from taxes. Alba's getting my life. I just want Riley Cooper to come to this concert and talk this shit. He was talking. Okay. You don't find everyday go up here because we're gonna be here about say go ahead pieces now. Valley up there now. Owner. CD? Kaneohe by tell me. Now, see right here. It would have been straight because I'm like Billy Ray came probably helped him get back on the Charleston. How are you going to say Billy Ray Cyrus don't got the history to be on the fucking chart? So it's like cool now, maybe it'll get finally get the profited deserves and make the country music charts. Right. And he job well done. Thank you, Billy. But then Billy taking the extra level because he just barely touched to track. But Billy drought bars got the right bars. Across town and lack of Rockstars in a lot of money on membrane new get tar. Sprawl down in my Maserati sports card. Back to the old. Right. No. Right. Listen, Billie rates snapped. Okay. He was in his holster entire entire verse. And I loved it. And also the thing about been race hours. His Twitter has been lit because he was actually reposting. I don't know where these children were. But he was playing repulsing videos of a lot of black and Brown to delight all over the world. They would actually dancing and seeing and he was like this is you know, the thing. And this is why I do what I do. And you know what? I welcome here to the cookout come our VR and had taken anyway. Come on. Grant that get top. So it's not a line dance. We tell you had to do electric fly. Got ave. Over the hanging out nigga. You can take to go place. You can't you will. Out of light me in you. Joe? Talking to tie Johore sewn up over here by the water and Trump, and you get a big scoop whatever flipping over there. Billy ray. Throne. I don't go. Put on posses. The Mario van Peebles moving. We're gonna watch cat. Billy thing. You don't take. Oh, no. Somehow to vote. Wow. He hit. Billy Wright, common come out even. Listen, he is all the way there is an come on right listens early allied abra. But I'm thinking, allied you. Okay. I know allow black people have problems with that work. But fuck them. I don't care. It's my show ally of the year come on down to the cookout come on with bars like that take old tarot to the cookout and make a left on AK break, your heart lane and Deborah whole come out they've played at clubs. I I like DJ like mixing it up in blended old this sheet flames when they walk in there. But I won't vote time rose it was so obvious to me at the hearing the song just one time. You said I was thinking what's not country about it? What's the rudimentary element of country and western song? Then I thought is honest humble has an infectious hook and a banjo. What the hell more do you need? John ribs said that fans should decide whether the song is legit or not. I don't know who John Ritchie is. But I mean is legit. So I think that's the end of that. All right. That's you know, let's just move on the rest of the black Fugro. Black people news is horrible. So I'll just say zero for Billy Ray and learn is X for the motherfucking billboard. 'cause they tried it. They did we think that. Trash what is wrong with child? Why won't be known as the racist? Good grief. I'll stay mad at Dixie chicks down fuck with George Bush ain't mad epi and say Tom by house. She she about her daddy lessons around her whole next album to might be a whole fucking country album. Our the worst man jeeze hind end. The behalf will be putting their hats on he hauling all the way to the country music task them. We let our little fuckers come over to our shit. We let Molly come on playoff songs on hit care. Right. That's why that's why I love being black. No because we are welcoming. I know some black people hate that shit. But fuck it, man. I I liked it where you don't let this shit the feeders. Like, okay, cool. You just Tim late wanna makes them hip. Hop song. Fine. You got nice clip. Switching on Janet get the fuck out, you know, but I liked it. We had a rotating door man, they won't even let us in we invented shit, and they'd be like, no black rock and roll music, please like ours. Right, right. No black country. We have been that bullshit to right Jesus Christ. All right. Let's go to the last game. That is time for some guests though. That's right is the race time. It is time for guest though, raise. That's right guest race time. That's right. It's time for the race. The number one guy going across all the podcast. We read a play small over the globe. And we asked I could test us today. Karen in the chat room to guess the race and everyone plan is racist. All right. Let's get into it. After his seventy three year old mother refused address his mannequin. What? Seventy three year old mother a fuse address his mannequin America. You buy the store on the display. I don't think you buy them in the can, but yes, K that you see it a store. That's a a Florida man shove the woman to the ground and began stuffing dumplings in her mouth. Oh, a force-feeding that left. The victim unable to Bree. Responding to a call about domestic disturbance last night. Cops found victims faces covered in blood and to be shaking with fear inside the Boynton beach home. She shared the sun Mickle Dankner Delta's made out of. The woman told cops she was in the home's backyard when her forty year old son asked her to dress his mannequin when the elderly woman decline, he's stood in the screen door blocking his mother's path back inside down the victim. Cops report push the mannequin to the ground prompting her son to abandon the doorway to pick up the Medicare confrontation in the homes kitchen soon. Followed kinda LARs and the real girl is this right? Yes. I'm gonna push this goddamn Medica data. I don't give fuck about this Madigan. He allegedly shoved his mother to the ground and struck several times in the head with a small stool. He they ain't grab small dumplings may for dinner and started to show them into his mother's mouth. The one told the deputy. She could not breathe why the doublets forced on her. The victim subsequently ran from the house. I mean a neighbor in the driveway to witness called, and I wanna tell police victim guild help. He's going to kill me. The neighbor added that doc nurse servers from bipolar disorder and frequently has violent outbursts. Oh my God. That's a nightmare. Right. The police report offers no further information about the Medicare owned by Don cnor who is seen on the above mugshot. His mother was transported to a local hospital due to Lhasa rations requiring stitches charter domestic battery by strangulation aggravated domestic battery on a victim over sixty five doctors being held without bonding county jail a judge day directed dock near to undergo a mental health assessment. And order him to have no contact with his mother and the neighbor who summoned police caring guest of Mr. Mikko dunk ner. White cares. Going white. Let's see what the chat room believes. Why mental health assessment y y Intel white dumb some whites? Right five from umbrella kademi tripping why this is sad. And why what is the story? What does this story? Right. I mean, I guess the race white and white sorry to dumpling this story. I love you do my bad. All right. The correct answer is white. Everybody gets white. So y'all got it, right? And that's the sad story to here. I guess he was just too souped up. Get to the next one. Police a shoplifter. Through Evansville, grocery store awhile as customers shouted. What was his made out of papal? Right. How do they happen? Right. Good grief. I e that's strong. It must have been like an incomplete while or something, you know, how they kind of building a while to finish the chair by project through a while some like. Like, that's that's incredible. How shit like he punched through the wall? And then when he walked away with a satchel. We're out of toilet paper, turn green. Plus the whole through the wall just walked out. You just ran away. Thing. I know he was he. Checking almost out of the road. It's dumb out. You say you won't like me when you're angry and being out toilet paper makes me angry. And then he walked out. He's I'm always, right? He said for real on 'em out three-week eloquent punt. And that's when the whole the and walked out with the with the Kansas soup. Good greed. Yeah. City police say a man tried to shoplift stakes from Evansville, grocery store, and then punch through the drywall to skate when employees tried to detain him. Did he have the money to pay for them apparently night? 'cause I guess the stakes is high. Yes. Too bad hitting plus the stakes in the world. Has does not even a fun. Don't matter. It don't matter. I guess there was a lot of steak. He was trying to raise the stakes. Oh. I guess while was itself is he likes his stakes. Medium will come out. That'd be I think it'll work out because you know, I can't God don't make no mistakes. His name is Patrick round fifty-one charter five misdemeanors in the case. Monday clued in theft and disorderly conduct cor- into the evidence. Police officers call to ruler foods on south green river road Sunday afternoon. That's different. It's not like a local like piggly-wiggly, right? What that? Employee told police a man has six stakes in his jacket and tried to leave the store without paying six. Good. God he must have been incredible home on away. You're picking up the whole steak, right? Got away on foot because you know, he would have been driving. He probably would have got t-boned. I wonder if they still any rebound stakes. Don't don't the make sense, y'all. I do this myself. No, I started doing what you started is not fun. You started some other things. Not having on the show. If tell the may. Yeah. So safe stakes and try to leave without paying them and took him to an office. Wait for law enforcer to arrive Brown client into the ceiling other room, punched his way through drywall police say following into another office room in the store the magin locked the door into that room confront him. Brian pine back into the drywall hole to get away climate through the ceiling again, plus the drywall and another spot to escape into the main grocery area. I'll do the police officer shopping inside the store helped responded, I was just take Brown custody while customers shouted numerous customers, washing disbelief and shouting for officers to taste fitting at the heat protruded himself through the drywall hole into the grocery area guy. Police estimated Brown calls about ten thousand dollars worth of damage at the store. God. This was incredible hulk to he also play guilty to falsely inform for live about his name. I was asked co. Court records show Brown was sentenced to pay restitution to serve eighty hours of community service during a hearing Monday morning in Vanderberg superior court. So basically got the just small deal eight thousand dollars worth of damage pay restitution and do some community service dad, it, you know, what he did pick a prime-time still stakes. Now that one was good. You can't tell them because the restaurant prom or steak. Oh, okay. Okay. I didn't get it prime cut. Yes. Yes. See see? I'm i'm. Good. I guess the cops didn't want. No beef. All right. Is taken to the local hospital to check for injuries. And then the jail where he was booked at eight thirty pm released mind at this initial hearing guilty plea, so caring guest the race of Mr. Patrick, Stephen Brown. White cares. Go on white. Let's take the chat room. See what you guys believe is race is. The Bernie or bus for that. Toilet paper. Why stakes was high in the situation? Why? Cu les? Oh, yeah. Black community service. Why this why you don't do crack kids black possessed by the Kool aid man, black got the hustle deal in Indiana, white fat, fist of the north honky. Why why the correct answer is all you got a lot of you went white and black. But can you and white right? Well, you gotta correct. It was a good thing that I was there because it was almost for late. Good. I had to do that. I may myself I regained my. The. I'll say black. I cannot believe some y'all wear black. I never said the stakes oil done. We never said he us a one south, right? If I were. Man, those seven well-done steaks. And that's how you know. He's black guys are right. Out there about how this Joe. And. San. That's right. Double the points race in the bubbas guest. Right. So far care and it's two for two. What are the is? She can go three three I'm gonna try. It. We go guys pray for come home and arby's manager kills a man who spat on her food happening. He'll RBIs is normally the other way spitting in food. And Oklahoma arby's manage AS Roma's may because they didn't get to meet or the meats that they won't. It was finalized. She didn't have the means for she had the beef. So yeah, they got into an argument apparently Deanna young twenty five is facing. I agree. Murder charge stemming from the alleged incident that unfolded Saturday and tosa. Yeah. And you know, she's only twenty five so you know, that she's never experienced before. Customer at arby's. No. Police told Fox News that dishonor talent the deceased twenty-five yo threaten and spat on your before leaving the store they did not elaborate on what caused the view. What our later they say talent returned to the store and young guy her car and follow him out the parking lot. Oh, that's what she up. Yahu reportedly was in possession of a forty five caliber handgun without a license. Oh, then shot to SUV one time and struck him in the torso talent later crash. The car into the entrance of a WalMart and was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Young reportedly went back to work. Lunchbreak care. Never take a lunch break out who the mother fucking and come back to work smooth, thirty thirty. I mean, how long how is good today? It was good. She is now being held without bond and tells the county jail can guess the race of the Yana young black cancel on black on this. Let's see what you guys believe in chat room. Let me see. Did you already asked him? Thank did. I if I hold on data. All right. Hey, y'all give me some some races. I got all the smoke for your beef. Ain't bang. I got a clock back in black ours. Is last whites only steps oh. Oh. Black keep the motherfucking bang black. So those tax black says going over the correct answer thing, everyone went black. It's up for someone say a whites-only establishments. I guess they went white where everybody, and including care, you gotta right? It's gonna take our horses to old town road on his ass come on. And of course, one per se Weiss on the establishment. Listen arby's. We do speeding. Okay. I don't know what the hell you think was going on here. But that's why you did. Okay. Come acting the fool that the honors job thought. It was going to happen. Anybody working officers had a heart life, whatever definitely had to and possibly. We'll do again murder somebody. Okay. I don't even think you can apply for a job is if you don't got no type of violent crimes on your resume. And then you go in that fuck with them crazy. I'm not trying to blame the victim but negative you deserve. Spitting on arby's employees. Just fucking kill yourself. Good gre-, not a wanted to live. That's death by that was death by arby's going up in their first row eating food of risky business. And then that you just didn't care about your life. And that's all it is to Saturday had to go out their way, really. All right, guys. It's time to get to the last segment we need to talk about sword. Wretchedness and then get out of here and go live our lives been working today. Also, check me out on the Monday festival podcast with Chris Lambert. I did so him yesterday. We talked about a bunch of stuff. And I think you'll like it so Iraq in this time. Of course. Wait. Did I say the Monday report? No, no, she's asking. Oh, he wanted clarification. Okay. Yeah. The mundane festival I thought I take what's going on the Chad man, charged with attempted murder in San order tack. Buffalo man, charged with murder. The woman was really injured in attack with a semi sore. He's doing buffalo court this morning. Benjamin foster senior fifty nine was arrested early Wednesday morning charged with the March twenty seventh attack in an apartment and Kim field homes. The victim suffer severe cuts to our head arm lit hand mbacke Gordon, a complaint filed in buffalo city court. She was taking ambulance by the Erie county, take him out ambulance to the Erie county medical center TAC happened at nine fifty pm March twenty seven police executed search warrant and his apartment. The next day recovered the sword he kept the murder weapon frost was placed under arrest at twelve twenty AM. Wednesday. Grid if they murder charge first degree of salt and fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon. I wonder what the relationship was may him attack. This woman was it random did. He know her too messy. I don't see any domestic violence charges here. He's being held and Thursday in air county holding out and saying they're with bail be at two hundred fifty thousand dollars cash bond. Man. This is crazy just sending house and nine fifty and some do fucking sewer right attacks you and then goes back to his crib and chills with the weapon. My goodness. Five for my life, Australia, officers, visor sort attack. Damn they got a picture of his head. It is fucked up. At the moment. I couldn't hear anything. I couldn't hear sound trend. Just started flowing in my mind became incredibly focused just know how to fight for my life. Those are the types of went to senior constable, Andy SWIFT's mind, just moments at the sort almost went through his mind. Hit a writing his head and fractured Iskoe. Despite the potential outcome of that force will strike it wasn't his own life to the life of teenage boys and their mother. They're horrific injuries Radovic caused for confronting what can funny and graphic. They were shared throughout Australia and shown to millions of people as example credible sacrifice. Amy may putting himself in harm's way. Protecting the lives of innocent people. Just a couple of hours before the combination of the fateful day. Anyway, his partner constable Natalie scripts girl, cursor were tasked to attend the Rockingham home because of his frantic triple-zero. Call the collar believe forty six year old Radovic was breaching the violence restraining order by tending and damaging the home of his ex-wife and sons to be there another man attacking a woman. Right 'cause they can't be together. Any more? I I cover stories like this every day that I don't put on the show and don't re this sore Rachida. So it made the show because of that. But every day has at least one or two stories. I can't tell you all about or put on the show. 'cause I mean, they're just fucked up. There's nothing really funny about it, and it really just kinda depressing. But, you know, this is that talks mask unleash it. It's always almost always ninety nine percent of time men and some women that was related to them in some type of way or an killing the people that get in their way, and they're killing the women that that they used to be connected to at all because of one man says no or tries to leave. And it's a daily occurrence happens. All the time this many times, we don't even hear about it till results in someone's death. Or in this case, they were saved by this cop who thank goodness he was there. But. I will never stop talking about this shit. And it is if you're a man he listened to show into makes you tighten a chance to hear about it. Good. It should I won't ever. Stop talking about racism stop talking about misogyny. How phobia all this shit? This is what our show is about in this what we're gonna talk about for how long way to do this show. Agreed. So. You know, and at the same time, we're gonna have fun and all that shit. But I'm just saying some of this shit, man. Y'all don't the I can make this show just about this. We could just do a show every day is just look at these men fucking killing women just because they're fucking crazy and Maine have emotional issues. And yet, we're the ones tell them women they need to operate on logic. And where the ones telling almost we're the ones they can they need to hear our relationship advice. And there's main killing other men that we just don't talk about them. They're not really real man and shit like that. But these fuckers kill they take lives as any real man would. And I don't think there's anything really than the fact the impact it's taking someone's life on this earth. So whether it's Missy hustle or just some woman that happens to be, you know, killed because some dude, you know, she wanted to get a divorce to me it's still a senseless waste of life that the alternate. Responsibility lays with men and talk masculine the fact that we let shit slide or the fact that we don't talk about it. Or the fact that we skip over these stories and talk about like, your black China and shit like we don't mind getting into the details of that. But when someone does something like this, we just wanna like sly, you know, and it doesn't matter within the fix us. You know, it's not just when nifty that it should matter teed should always. But anyway, I've kind of soapbox story. But yet thank I was there to say those people because they would have been dead without him and speedy recovery to him and it looks like a cruise injury. So all right. We will talk to y'all later on in this week. Don't forget Wednesday. Vice is gonna be here talked us, we won't be covering game of thrones on that episode. But they wanna talk to us about game of thrones. So we'll be talking to bet next week on. Yup. Yup. And and then thrones. Essence, but it will saying that thrones house replacing them towns, and we'll see but I'm not using thrown out. I'm using thermals when I talk about the show. So we'll talk to you next time piece. He until then I love you too.

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Episode 212 "Women Are The Reason We Still Exist"

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Episode 212 "Women Are The Reason We Still Exist"

"Taking early intense action. We've seen dramatically fewer cases of the virus. The United States that are now present in Europe the European Union fail to take the same precautions and restrict travel from China and other hot spots as a result. A large number of clusters in the United States. Were seated by travelers from Europe after consulting with our top government health professionals. I decided to take several strong. But this is the actions to protect the health and well being of all Americans to keep new cases from entering our shores we will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next thirty days. Wait just went clear. You banning travel from European countries to prevent an infectious disease from coming here can indigenous people here in the United States. Get A do over before colonization and stop the original invasion. I WANNA go back in time and six. Some took sleep every company. Doing you've reached native opinion. 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Please please become a patron by visiting our patriots side at Patriotair Dot com forward slash native opinion and on our facebook page by clicking on the learn more button we thank you all for listening and sharing. Show believe it or not. It truly does help us grow. Doesn't that doesn't need absol- already so let's let's jump right in you guys so everything in the news right now. Mainstream in cable news them talking about is primary about the corona virus and So here's some things that have transpired will say within the last forty eight hours. Okay and jump right into view additional step brother. Please thank you. I'm approximately there've been thirty. Nine deaths nationwide in here in the United States with thirteen hundred cases of corona virus or pre medical professionals coveted nineteen. The actual strain is called code. Nineteen thirteen hundred cases have been reported here in the states. Four point nine million children are home from school at the moment due to closures. There has been a containment zone setup for new Rochelle New York by the National Guard trying to contain the virus. There band on events with five hundred or more people in New York are are now in place here in Connecticut The band's for events with two hundred fifty people or more so of an event is planned that was expecting her two hundred and fifty or five hundred people. Those events have now been banned in the state of New York. And Connecticut will broaden upon this in a moment but the Cheeto my words or the fool. In the White House we affectionately in hilariously call him. Abdul announced Wednesday travel ban for thirty days from European countries to the United States. Haven't heard that I did. What what what. What I haven't heard was him including his his properties because hotels and airlines were some of the things that were taunted about exclusionary funding to help boost the loss. Well yes of course. He's not going to say that. No more words about that later. Also a report circulating at the moment. Mainstream news media about his Exposure to certain individuals one of which was at mar a lago from Brazil who has covered one thousand nine hundred and the refuses to test himself. So there's reason Oh yes and by all means jump in anytime rather with with serum 's here. Here's here's here's a theorem. Based in fact the reason they don't WanNa get tested pants. Guess who that puts in the seat of sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue while they are out of action a Secretary State Speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi doesn't really have have with shouldn't be joking but I am. That's why I don't WanNa get tested. Because they'll be taken right out of action. Click and chat says. I don't know if I sent this to you. A MAP showing Kobe. Nineteen impacts worldwide experience. Archea yes yes. I actually use our time in my place of employment and also thank. You got the other links. One was to the Michael Moore podcasts. Which is interesting. Just didn't have time to include it in the run dabble certainly include the link But but for those of you may or may not be familiar with Michael. Moore's work he's a documentarian he has done many many. Shall we say controversial? Say that Um in as a supporter of his not against him trying to bring additional truly this forward pats administrations one of course being the Bush administration during during other times of crisis. But but let me go back to my list here our listeners really trump says. I said a moment ago now travel ban for thirty days from Europe to the United State which of course in usual cheeto fashioned created severe confusion as there was no direction given to the nation's airports and the White House later clarified trump's announcement and I'm talking within minutes after his frigging speech Wednesday had to clarify the stating it only applied to foreign nationals and not USA citizens or Green Card holders but that they also still. We're not going to rule out. Suspending domestic travel as well so so they basically said their boss cruise up the issue. A correction in the correction itself is more confusion. They can't get you know what straight no. No only true fashion does that. That's his true for confusion much of it delivered so they rolled this guy out and they've been doing so for several for a couple of weeks now. Dr Anthony. Faouzi of the National Institute of Health was questioned by the press regarding Kobe nineteen testing and he stated quote. The system isn't designed for this and it's failing in quote can figure that one swing it over to the world of Film and notable people actor. Tom Hanks and his wife have now. Both tested positive for the virus after visiting Australia. Major events have been canceled the AA tournament. Nba season has been suspended along with the seasons of Major League Baseball. Soccer and the National Hockey League's Disney has now announced that it's close. It's going to be closing both of its parks in California and Florida. Imagine if there's other parks around the world those are are as well going to be Let's see here. In Connecticut. Business legislature has cancelled all sessions until the end of the month. And this is. This is the crux of the crap coming out of the White House and their their reaction. The stock market is described as being in three fall trading. Even stop for a short time on Thursday. The Fed chairman announced on Thursday added so bits intent to release one point five trillion in emergency funding into the market which later did not stop the volatility. No it was a twenty minute blip. We're there was a duct tape them in nose-dived like a plane shot down. They didn't have time to put it together but Thank you on T. Lights. He actually did a very good breakdown and deconstruction because that the first thing that came to my mind was on. You said you're going to infuse the market with cash of one point five trillion where and to whom and the bottom line is it comes down to the banks. The money went to the bags to presumably stop any hemorrhaging. That might happen there as a result of this back to the last time. Bankers were bailed out and we can have an argument. And we can have. We can have a discussion around but you have to keep the markets secure so that the entire infrastructure of the United States doesn't collapse in right and I really don't give s about saving some white bankers ass over the health wellbeing of American people. Say Okay. That's where I'm going and as I said a moment ago Cheeto has been exposed to a Brazilian official at mar-a-lago who doesn't positive Cova nineteen along with other United States government representatives. Who have since then self quarantined. I have commentary around that as well. I haven't decided if I WANNA go into that further but but there are individuals have decided to self quarantine now. Stephanie Grisham the current White House press secretary stated the following quote. Both the president and vice president had almost no interactions with the individual who tested positive and do not require being tested at this time. Close quote almost no direct quote. Yeah almost no means. There was contact a precise precisely now looking at this. From ending countries perspective large tribal events have also been canceled. Of course you set the United Southeastern Tribes Conference in Washington. Dc was cancelled. That was supposed to take place starting this coming Monday. The folks run gathering at nations have also announced that the annual powwow is now cancelled and our chose to cancel as opposed to postpone because they said that will give them more time to strengthen the event for next year here on the East Coast Worth mentioning I imagine our own resort. Casino foxwoods as a number of events that have canceled or postponed including the Eastern Connecticut. Home show which was supposed to happen this weekend and so of course please see on. Our website would for details about its foxwoods. Dot Com Mohegan Sun Across. The river are relatives Canceled its big annual. Rv and camper show. That's huge by the way they had a big convention center there so they have canceled that event and against their website Mohegan Sun dot com for those updates. Let's see there was also this travel summit. That was supposed to take place and you will. Tribal leader summit has also been postponed. It was scheduled for next month. And we're going to discuss responding to violence in Mexico. Tribal communities the organizers. Say they will eventually hold it but they do not know when this is over party. The judge the artwork this year has also been postponed. It was supposed to happen on the twenty a quote. It's not been determined win. That will be rescheduled. So that's that is also over see Clinton chat responding actually to what you said about policy brother. You said. Surprise the right wing. Conspiracy folks haven't floated that Pelosi paid the Brazilian aid to infect our dear leader. His spun and anti-science pence with the goal to take overturn the election. It's still early. That's true what can I say there? Let's see radio show host John. Cain of let's talk native announced this to his audience earlier this week. The virus Kovin nineteen. Now I'M GONNA stop well. Short of spinning my own conspiracy theories. I have some questions. I think there's some things that don't quite add up right I am responding to pretend that. I think this is all hype. I'm in every aspect of this hype but I want to talk about some things that are happening because of this and these you may or may not be aware of and the unprecedented nature of some of the response to this and that's where I get concerned about what the what we're being told What's Real was not real. I mean to scoff a few admits that are out there but I I. I made a decision this week that I will not be going to New York to do my show for Thursday shows on. Wbai I will be doing remotely. I will be doing the here from from my own studio. I guess I'm I'm not going to sit on a train for eight and a half hours public mass transit public transit masters it To Go to New York. I'm not gonNA spend an hour to the subways of New York City and I'm not gonNA spend eight hours on the bus ride home. Those are like the Petri dishes for For for some of these these these diseases that can be transmitted person to person. Now there's a couple of reasons and I get the least of my worries is me getting sick. I'm I'm GonNa tell you ever now and not because I think I'm bulletproof invisible announced. It's I just. It's just not my biggest concern but I have two people looking to be clear they made. They said if you're under fifty you're probably okay. You know you're you're you're the survival rate of this disease is is really really love your on fifty well in my household the three of us are over fifty and two of the members of house have copd so they have an underlying reading one condition so they are more more vulnerable including my father in law. Who is in the seventies and and I would not want to be in any way shape or form responsible for getting my my wife or my father-in-law sick so I was John McCain and last week We played a statement from the mashantucket peak. Chairman my cousin Rodney Butler on what? Precautionary steps are Fox's gaming enterprises taking the virus if your number so while I have you here. Just 'cause we're talking about the CORONA VIRUS. Any words to the casino is doing actually really productive about it right because safety is one our number one responses when we do surveys and hear from them what they appreciate most about foxwoods in addition to the to the experience itself and so we want to get ahead of it because the high likelihood that is going to get to the United States in in broader surgeon is and being on a location where there's a lot of people congregating we feel responsible that we want to protect people in so Just this week we We upped the level of hand sanitizer locations we have about the property resenting constant communication to our employees to let them know what to look for within themselves and within Patriots and just to be diligent on. So we're absolutely getting in front of it. If so many people in there and they come from all over the world so Kazan other people walking through like the wiping on the machines and things always. Oh we've been doing that prior to but we're making sure now we're double checking to make sure every machine as white in real life and moving forward all right so you know when all is going on here and around the world you know we really begin. To wonder you know how prepared is Indian country for addressing issues with chronic virus Unfortunately I think the answer is in the title of this next article by which came originally from Indian country today says we are not ready for this native. American tribes struggle to deal with chronic pain chronic virus. Excuse me you have any comments before going to get. I'M GONNA approach this from a medical standpoint of view for a moment This things like this happen because of a lack of preparation and people will throw darts and say well. How can you prepare for something like this? Well there's ways when your healthcare system is optimum and the end designed to care for mass numbers of people then. It's easier to be prepared for something like this instead of cutting your your your medical facilities back to bare bones and you know not following up with research and just leaving things to chance or believing that your nation has ten foot tall bulletproof. That's why things like this. Take off like a shot. And OUR UNSTOPPABLE. Because there was no preparation there was no forethought to what could be done to mitigate the severity of a pandemic. It's now a pandemic because you know things were so lackadaisical throughout the international community and a lot of countries to believe that. We've gotten a handle on Bairo contagious and weaken tangle anything becomes down the pike. That doesn't seem to be the case. So when you have a fool in the White House my words that gets rid of your entire pandemic response team. Ben Doesn't take responsibility for doing so. Then things like this happen throughout the country and almost no contact is contact. What someone there is no such thing. It's almost no context. They're not infected. You know you had contact with infected people so now you're also contaminated understand laughing you guys because I'm laughing at the ridiculousness of of the official statement coming from the White House press secretary. Okay not laughing at the severity of the problem or or or of course anything. Dave just said I'm laughing at the ridiculousness unprofessionalism of the trump administration. Absolutely and. Here's the thing. They know that they were infected. By their refusal to get tested they are intentionally infecting other people. Correct intentionally that that is a crime basically because people have gone to prison for infecting knowingly infecting other people with viruses like HIV it. It's a crime to do that to people so here. You have to to figures in the top of the government walking now shaking hands. You know salivating and spraying droplets of saliva through the air that are infecting other people. This thing is so so viral and so so potent because they don't know what it's going to do. Nineteen is a new strain when a a disease has a number at the end. It's not because the mighty pulled it out of their butts and say let's put this number on it. It's because it's usually a number assigned to attest love strains of viruses that have reached a certain point so it could have been co bid to or covert four Kobe. Whatever happens to be cove in nineteen? The Corona virus has been around for decades decades literally decades correct. Yeah that's why I wanted to make sure people understood that when I use the word strain reverting referring specifically to what they coded as Kobe Dash Nineteen that Gretna current pandemic that we're referring to correct so called Nineteen Byrom is. It's something new. Didn't come from people eating batch of wild animals. I don't have any proof that it was an engineered virus but my guts telling me yes it was. That's my own personal opinion. But that's what I believe it was There's there's so many angles to this that some warrant discussion. I think you know whether or not we address it today. I'm not sure it's just you know I've been trying to stay away from criticizing you at all brother away from you. Certain types of conspiracy theory shall we say this is not other shows but let me let me let me put some attention to Indian country for a second here So Jordan Bennett. The Gay wrote an article for the country today and again the title was. We're not ready for this. Native American tribes struggle to deal with Krona virus and Jordan writes dean. Seneca didn't mince words after the centers of Disease Control and prevention recent quote damaging noodles close quote about the spread of the novel Corona Virus. That has killed more than three thousand people worldwide including nine in Washington state quote. I WanNa make sure that I stated that tribes are not prepared for the corona virus. Close quote. He texted ending country today a day after an interview in which he was more cautious. According again I don't think that we are as prepared as we should be close quote. Mr Seneca has worked more than eighteen years in the Centers for Disease Control's Office for state tribal local and territorial support had said in the interview. Seneca said health officials now know quote that people will have this virus not show symptoms and still be able to transmit the virus. That is scary clothes. Exactly Seneca who is executive director of Seneca scientific solutions in Cadore Agha's New York which is where John Kane is. Broadcast Room has been on the frontlines of fighting epidemics like polio. In Ethiopia and E. Bola and he was a first responder to the H One n one. Influenza virus is a member of the Seneca nation. He also holds a master's degree in public health from the University of Hawaii at Manoa now that knowledge and experience has him concerned about Indian countries preparedness for quoted Nineteen which has strict in close to one hundred Americans the twelve tribal epidemic centers quote. Don't have the capacity to do good surveillance for the tribes regarding this close quote Seneca. Who used to work for the? Great Lakes intertribal epidemic. What can I say that word brother epidemiology? You Centre sorry guys. We don't have links with our travel. Health departments and or state health departments. In order to share data or real time prevalence and any kind of morality data or information related to this close quote. He said and Gandhi says our systems are just not in place in order to do good active surveillance close quote so that kind of mirrors Dr Flashy Guide that trump keeps rolling out in front of a larger audience. Shall we say right yeah? Click shared something with us in Chattanooga and I quote. I've got a close in Italy that also happens to be a pediatric surgeon in Genoa. And he says I've been communicating with him monitoring the map. I sent you last week. According to the map there was reported. Sixty three hundred tested with three hundred and sixty six debts and equals a five point. Eight mortality rate this morning. I'm assuming speaking of this morning. It's seventeen thousand six hundred sixty with one thousand two hundred sixty eight debts that equates to a seven point two mortality rate. He goes on to say not a very comforting trend early on. He said the government had been pretty aggressive in testing at that time they had done over. Twenty five thousand while here to date. Maybe we've done ten to twelve thousand. So that's a that's not that's not good. He goes on to say so. I gotta ask. What's the big deal with Hoarding Toilet Paper that in the stockpiling of guns and Ammo. It's going to be very effective on a virus. Well to address the toilet paper insanity somewhere. Somebody started the rumor that this virus causes severe gastric disturbances. Which doesn't it's a respiratory disease so people finger gastric disturbances. Diarrhea Blah Blah Blah little. Buy Up all the paper. I combine. So that's behind the insanity to that. Well a comment on that very briefly with the theory that in my in my limited view was confirmed yesterday. And then I'll be back to this article And that is trump rolled out and not even choking probably ten individuals that represent the ten leading retailers in the country asking presumably for their help in rolling out testing these these companies deal with things. Are you know? Medical Supply Related Medical testing for example quest. Diagnostic Chairperson represented. The head of Walmart was there. Cbs was there and so why just to retailers. Now I understand. I understand their role in helping but it was just retail people. People that sell things to the general public right. Okay makes makes you wonder and our mainstream news media asked no questions saying they know. The GIG Beth goes on to ask. David medically as a typical to have virus. That it's contagious. When it shows no symptoms yes that is actually the behavior of a bias. Some buyer old contagion have almost immediate if not very soon symptoms and some don't take the virus strains for instance you don't necessarily have symptoms to contaminate someone If you've been contaminated yourself you can in turn pass on those same contagious by sneezing. Coughing on someone but show no symptoms yet but the bias is still introduced to another person or group of People. That same thing is happening with despisers. People are being contaminated before symptoms in most cases. Show up so that is another thing again like I said a moment ago. That makes this thing. So so dangerous Lots of people are becoming infected with no symptoms. And there's there's no handle on it. They don't have a handle on how to try to control this except recommending that people self quarantine and while. I'm on that word that phrase so quarantine. Schools schools closing by the dozen throughout state. Some states have just shut down. They're tired came systems and programs. And that's fine but self coined king does not mean taking kids to the movies taken onto the skating rink taking them to wherever you know you wanna take them just because schools are closed self. Quarantining means stay at home. Do not go out. I don't my own. Tribal nation took some steps recently. as you guys know. I've been home recovering from knee surgery but I got notice about a week ago. That By tribe took steps and closed many of the government offices including our own traveled museum where my office is in effect. I don't have a job to go back to at the moment that was through. This claim. Monday so And that was to do preventative. Measures as as you know cleaning entire buildings properly and those types of things. So you know it's it. There isn't a single area in this country that hasn't been affected by this be absolutely economically. Dave mentioned the educational systems. You know events or cancel left and right and and and the best thing for people to do in my in. My view is simply yes. Don't limit limit your exposure to the general public. Go to the stores as little as possible which is also part of the whole reason for I guess buying a bunch of toilet paper and it's but the reaction to this in the sense of a hoarding. You know. We've seen on facebook numerous numerous numerous pictures from all across the country of empty shelves of people. You know just cleaning shelves off. Because they don't know what else to do well if somebody needs ten ten packs of twenty four royal family pack of Toilet Paper for just fourteen days then. It's not the virus that they should be going to see a doctor about you know if they need that many rolls of toilet paper for fourteen days. They've got more going on just the virus. They should go see a columnist or something. Yeah and there's also been examples of of extreme hoarding to not to mention Price fluctuations through the roof before just gouging the public on on certain things but giving another Campbell and this. This is just If if I saw this myself I would actually say something out loud to people there. There was a picture of somebody at Walmart that had cases of water stacks. Oh Hi was well over. Twelve feet tall tall out of marriage and I would say something to somebody like that. Yeah that's just like you know you're you're you're disgusting pig. I would have words I think would with the store itself and saying how come you're not limiting people to like four cases. Luckily other people can get you know water view water that bad and you're willing to look like a completely a whole lot. I'm sorry go ahead. Go Luckily some stores have starting knowing that now so that that's a good thing. They're starting to limit. The number of bottles are containers of sanitizer and toilet paper and water. So that that's a good thing. Somebody finding the you know. The cloud of reason finally settled down on somebody and said hey you know you gotta think about the people here exactly so I wanna go back to Jordan the gays article here regarding Indian country. That was one of the areas of focus that I wanted to put on this morning. So Jordan writes again here. According to the World Health Organization active surveillance allows public health officials to continuously and systematically collect analyze and interpret. The data needed to plan implement and evaluate Public Health Practices With Five Hundred Seventy Four federally recognized tribes and twelve. There's that word again brother allergy. Thank you those centers. A severely underfunded Indian Health Service which we've talked endlessly about on this show more than three hundred and twenty reservations and five point two million American Indians and Alaskan natives there is a significant opportunity for imperfection and chaos when it to public health emergencies the Navajo nation on Thursday established Koga Nineteen Preparedness Team. That includes the offices of president. Jonathan and Vice President Myron Elizer the Department of Health the divisions of public safety and Social Services Department of Emergency Management the Department of DNA education the the US Indian Health Service Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Bureau of Indian Education. Nasr wants to bring in community health representatives to educate tribal elders as an and that's collective stuff folks right seriously other other hopefully other nations are doing similar things. It's just good pro practice. Practice you know through education Goes ON HERE TO SAY NEZ? And Dr Jill Gem Executive Director of the Navajo Department of Health recently gave updates and prevention tips during an appearance on CNN. Radio in window rock in Arizona The Nation's capital quote there are no cases of the corona virus on the Navajo nation. Close quote Nez said quoting again but this is a very serious health concern. And it's vital that we continue to provide information with everyone including students elderly and community members close quote so this this article expensive and so the the full article will be in the show three guys but just to give you sort of a taste of what some of the other tribes also are dealing with. You know in this case across the country So Ethan West Coast. Yeah and so this gets this is obviously wide-reaching right and I do want to shift attention and yes blame in the direction that it deserves because the political fallout here is also a factor. Make no mistake. This is trump's national emergency test and just like Hurricane Katrina was for George W Bush like him. Trump is failing miserably many examples. I WANNA play for you. Hear this a segment from Jake tapper show. This goes back. I think March sixth from CNN. Check this out. As the number of corona virus cases and deaths grow in the United States. President trump phoned into his favorite channel and said this about the latest estimate of the novel coronavirus fatality rate. Three point four percent. Three point four percent is really a false number now. This is just my hunch and but based on a lot of conversations with a lot of people that do this because a lot of people will have this and it's very mild. I get better very rapidly. They don't even see a doctor. They don't even call Dr Personally. I would say numbers way. Under one percent. President trump who frequently questions scientific and medical communities says he's going off his hunch and his message to the American people that three point four percent figure comes from the Director General of the World Health Organization. Who said this week? Quote globally about three point. Four percent reported survivors. Cases have died by comparison. Seasonal flu generally kills far fewer than one percent of those infected unquote. Now some medical experts caution. That three point. Four percent ratio of deaths divided by confirmed cases of the virus confirmed so it does not include the unconfirmed cases as symptomatic people or or those mild symptoms if you include them then of course the fatality rate would be lower and it may be. That's what the president was trying to communicate but it's hard to argue that if that's what he was trying to say he did so in clear and understandable way with all the talk of hunches and his his personal view. Instead the president added to the confusion speaking of which the president took to twitter today to complain that a different comment he made about. The crisis was being misrepresented quote. I never said people that are feeling six. You Work tweeted. This is just more fake news and disinformation unquote. This is what president trump actually said. We have thousands or hundreds of thousands of people that get better just by you know sitting around and even going to work some of them go to work but they get better so it is true that the president never said people who are feeling sick should go to work. He also did not say that they should stay home. Which is what experts say. We should do stay at home. Don't go to work. But that was not conveyed in those comments the follow-up tweaks all of which was barack expertise shorts on clarity long on confusion in other words the exact opposite of what a public health crisis calls for. Yes so so you heard we should all feel better because trump has a hunch. Yeah I may have gas too. But that's not worth a nickel. Laura laugh that it would generate. But here's the thing you guys He and his administration knew about the cove in nineteen strain months ago and he did nothing about preparing the country for what the World Health Organization now calls a pandemic now. I'm March twelfth. Npr's show fresh air with Terry Gross interview political reporter Politico Political Politico reporter. Dan Diamond and she asked him quote. You know you've written that the biggest mistake so far. The trump administration has made with the corner viruses not having test kits and testing sooner. What wrong in diamond. Replies as one of the Shell has said Terri. The question might not be what went wrong but what went right. The trump administration and health officials knew back in January that this corona virus was going to be a major threat. They knew that tasks needed to be distributed across the country to understand where there might be outbreaks but across the month of February as my colleague. David Limit Politico first reported the tests that they sent out to the labs across the country simply did not work. They were coming back with errors. The CDC here the Centers for Disease Control recognized recognize that in promise that new townhouse would be distributed soon but one day turned into two days which turned into three days which then turned into several weeks. And in the meantime we know now. Corona virus was silently spreading in different communities like Seattle and by the time that the trump administration made a decision to allow new test to be developed by hospitals or by clinical laboratories. It was a step that was seen as multiple weeks late and now as we talk in March there are concerns that maybe there aren't enough materials to keep producing tests down the line so we're series of planning failures of missed opportunities to really get ahead of the problem and Terry Gross said and it might be hard for the labs actually conduct the testing to keep up with the need diamond replies. The trump administration had argued that there that there's a surplus of tests at anyone who wants to get one and there is some truth to that now test have been turned out but the sheer number of people who can run these tests. The number of labs that can perform them right now is still fairly limited and even if there is Ross apply for now. There are only so many labs that can do tests and deliver results. So Terry Gross Ass. Why did the US use the World Health Organization's tests diamond replies? If you or your listeners not answer to that I would love to know so I think it was actually in Chad. Who has about because they had actually started some research on this having to do with how was it I think it was. Democrats misleading corona virus or having to do with shutting down aspects of the preparedness folks. Okay So I went onto fat. Check Dot Org to see about some of those particular claims And so they wrote here. This was early in March march third. They wrote this. This Democrats have criticized president. Donald Trump administration's response to the new corona virus making claims about cuts to public health programs. And the silencing of government experts but they haven't always got their facts right They wrote here said it's true that the president's budget proposals have consistently called for reduced funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention but Congress has not enacted those cuts some Democrats have correctly stated that trump quote tried close quote to implement such cuts while others wrongly claimed that he slashed funding of the CDC or cut the funding in the words of Democratic presidential candidates. Mike Bloomberg Joe Biden respectfully biting and trump quote abidance said that trump quote tried to fund the NIH and trump did propose cutting NIH funding but the lawmakers instead enacted increases They claim Multiple Democrats including Bloomberg inviting have criticized trump for getting rid of pandemic response of a pandemic response position on the National Security Council and the position was eliminated. Although John Bolton then national security advisor was the person directly responsible. That's interesting right because it's like Get rid of the guy that might tie you back to a decision. Maybe prevent him from testifying. Biden went too far. They claim when he claimed that trump quote hasn't allowed his scientists to speak close quote about the virus. It's true that the government's top scientists on Xtra disease were told to clear their media interviews through a corona virus tax taskforce headed up by the very overly qualified. Mike Pence but they have since made numerous public appearances quite. So there's more hero. Include this in in in the shots to be imbalanced. Okay but the bottom line is you guys even despite back and forth claims and finger-pointing and things like that this administration knew about this did not listen to professionals. Did in fact. Remove either the clint or they were forced out members of Preparedness Task Forces and put together this band of idiots that are before us now led by the vice president mess clearly now yesterday finally trump decides. I guess I better make this a national emergency just yesterday okay. Sarah Chatto was unable to scroll back but there was a question about something to do with the CDC or preparedness cutting anyway. It's my fault. Just now he decides to call a national emergency and as I said in that so called A as Dave says dog and pony show yesterday's announcement. He had the leaders of several pharmaceutical companies retailers. All making themselves available there are services available to help curb the problem but was not revealed. Clearly in my in my estimation is we've heard stories from the media about okay who's going to pay for the tasks and the media had reported presumably that the trump administration had negotiated with insurance companies that The copays would be waived and when the press started to talk to some of the Insurance Companies. That are like we didn't say that. So I I I'm GONNA put this very simply if you're an insurance company and you are struggling with waving any kind of fee related to chronic virus who you gonNA charge when that person's dead who are your clients. GonNa be if the bulk of your customers are dead. Virus affects more people over the age of fifty when what they need insurance. But you're waffling on whatever. The fee is to be tested and part of that dog and pony show yesterday talked about what we're going to have stations where you can drive up and have your mouth swab and get the results back in a few days. Are you GONNA collect? Are you going to swipe a credit card? When you're doing now swabs this is part of what's not being communicated and it was some good points being me on on the young. Turks also regarding response and socialism everybody's attacking Bernie Sanders. Because he's a he's a self-proclaimed Democratic Socialists. Why are you supposed to get paid for folks? You don't want to pay for it out of your pocket. You want insurance companies to flip the bill and I feel that they should but at the end of the is this has to get paid for it right everybody tax Bernie Sanders about well. How you going to get paid for funny that they don't ask. Joe Biden that or his proposals. But that's all socialism folks with you like it or not whether you accept it or not. It is every time you dip into the coffers by the way that money that they gave the banks recently to supposedly stop the Free Fall Stock Market that socialism. Go we don't WANNA put Bernie Sanders as president. God help us with all socialist programs announcement yesterday. Trump is talking about. This has nothing to do with stopping the spread of this disease. Talk about the infusion of cash. That's going to go into. Buying oil reserves has nothing to do with any of this but that was in the announcement as well to sure up our retail bodies. Our oil buddies are stock market are White Bankers Felony. I mean does he throwing that out there right so most of going on you guys and uncertainty and everything else. It's important to try to have a sense of humor about it as well which we've been trying to do. Laughter is well. It's it's healthy and so to help do this. A montage of Stephen Colbert's monologue in order to in order. Roughly of violence first appeared and all the way through the current Danes. So we'll course present this to you guys at the expense of the former White House. Who's at the center of all of this? Trust me trust me about twelve minutes but hope you guys enjoy a little bit of laughing before actually their brother threat to you. Is there anything else you WANNA talk about towards this? You know we just have to. You know keep her. I don't sky in a year to the ground because if this thing continues along the path it's going there's going to be a whole lot of people who are going to throw the fall under the bus and look for help from those that they'd called. Lib Tires for the last three years. Yeah yeah so I agree. There's GonNa come a point where people are GONNA have to. Stein helping one another whether it's out of choice or whether it's kind of common sense it's going to boil down to that. Will things back to status quo after which probably but at least it will co two FAI for once once and for all and people's minds who either snakes and who who are the core not. Oh my God that's okay so if if people are going to you know seek help just because they don't have any other choice and then we're back to your whole hateful racist ways now. That's that's not going to cut it. That's no good. You know at least learn some humility. Learn some lurk something about yourself. You know it's it's a dark corner that you're in and you're you're having to face the fact that you bought a pagan folk and the pig is not given a rats behind whether you survive or not yet. So you know. I know their idol. There's trump supporters are listening to this. Show please hear our words carefully. You know care about you. Know at all. And he's proven that time and time and time again absolutely and One quick comment on mcgruther just said about going back to the status quo. If any of you guys agree and Actually Bernie Sanders. Made this in a very recent statement. He said so. Many people tell me that they agree with my policies. They agree with things that I've presented a for change. But they don't think they think that Joe Biden is more electable than me. Okay so how can you not? How can you say with a straight face that you agree with the policies that someone is presented and creative quite frankly in many cases but then you you simply don't you can't bring yourself to vote for this person to implement them? And here's the thing. If we go back to status quo Medicare's were all off the table for ten years right ten years. So what does that tell you? Yeah exactly you're buying for big Pharma. Okay and you and you see what happens when you have somebody leading the country. That doesn't give a crap about you doesn't give a crap about to some degree and I'm saying this with limited sense science and you're not the guy that has our in front of his name supposedly put a guy with a d. That does exactly the same thing in essence but smiles better and maybe it isn't so much of a prick outwardly. Right right. That doesn't solve the problem. No it doesn't not at all. Here's what just boggles my mind. Time and time again. Speed into point on Medicare for all being off the table. Excuse me people pay these high premiums for and I'm air quoting healthcare coverage they impose the insurance companies impose these minimums that you have to meet to make your your job much more difficult to get healthcare coverage and I'm quoting that again and people keep paying it willingly. Sometimes in most cases begrudgingly but they keep paying when there's a solution to stop the madness to stop the insanity. Health insurance companies are there to make money get people have been poured glasses of capitalism kool-aid for so long when somebody offers stem clear glass of water and that is the metaphor for you know reasonable measures to ensure that everybody gets adequate healthcare. They look at it with disdain disbelieve and say oh well that's that's clear. How can that be true? It's right there before your face. See it embrace. It know that there is a way to clip the wings of the health insurance industry and you can get adequate quality medical coverage without breaking the bank and in most cases without going bankrupt. There are many individuals weigh-in From time to time that are outside of this country that shake their heads. And don't understand. The the healthcare system here in the United States candidate won a great example of this. Thank God I don't live in the United States and get sick. You want to hear something funny. You know they kept throwing dodge that Mexico for allowing people to come across the border and invade the US with with you know the massive numbers of rapist and drug addicts and Blah Blah Blah. I'm so tired of that. But what they don't want to report is there. A massive amounts of Americans don't see the the inverse yes. They're going into Mexico so they can get affordable health care coverage affordable dental affordable vision affordable. Medications I know people that go to Mexico for their medical procedures. I know people do that in Canada. I know people that have actually setup alternative residents in Canada absolutely for that very reason because they have someone that so sick and they simply cannot afford to pay for the medications alone forget procedures but medications alone in this country and live in this country. It's like a vicious cycle. So they have to take medication. They started but they have to take it in Canada until they start getting better return to the United States and then when when their health starts to deteriorate again circle back to Canada to like feel better. What kind of a life is that? That's that is why they do it right. There's a couple of things I want him in addressing check Beth wrote David read an article native website. Sorry don't recall which one that talked about the benefits of smudging sage to clear the air on respiratory pathogens. It also said that after smudging room Slash House. The helpful benefits lasts for almost thirty days. Can you speak? I'm yeah that being a Natura Pat Beth. Sage is a natural antibiotic antibiotic. If you will well let me back up. It's a it's a it's a natural germ killer the oils and sage do kill germs smudging releases they properties of that oil through. Bernie and it's been known to kill germs. I couldn't tell you which germs it kills. I don't have that information. I smudge often my house states fairly clean but I also in conjunction with that. I clean my air conditioning and heating filters as well so I believe that smudging does help kill pathogens. That's part of what's kept me healthy along with along with other measures. Smudging alone is not going to do it. I'm going to sit here and tell you that smudging allowed well not doing but it does help in my opinion so feel free to smudge away and then cliff wrote a have. You guys sat down and figured out. What the total annual health insurance cost are as a percentage of your gross income Cliff a an example. That's a personal example. My oldest daughter and her family. There's four of the five of them. I'm sorry they had to stop paying for healthcare coverage because they were priced right out of healthcare. They opted to take the penalty every every year. Which was miniscule. In comparison to what they had to pay for the five of them and they pay per visit they pay. What's called fee for service when I go to the doctor? They pay whatever the doctor's fees and it's it's by by far less expensive for them to do that than to try to meet healthcare costs deductibles and all of the other nonsense and they are about. They are about a two hundred thousand dollars income family. So that gives you an idea as to how bad the insurance cost coverages are. I don't have an exact percentage but there you go. I haven't done that math myself. All I can say is generally speaking a company's highest expenses in general terms again. They're the salaries for their wages. And then the health coverage for those employees across the country is is is the greatest burden operationally for most companies. And that should be a lessening of itself because you know trump conducted this tax cut which benefited his rich crony buddies and that Cut did not trickle down into operations and therefore they simply pocketed the savings and this is part of How Bernie would pay for Medicare for all the argument. Counterargument has been Well the nil just raise you know. They'll either lower the salaries of of their employees to offset what they have to pay a higher amounts somewhere else simply isn't true doesn't add up and you would think that if you're able to provide coverage another way that doesn't come back on the company so thereby it lowers that expensive operation for those employees. But nobody wants to look at it that way. No no one does so what? Yeah what they're trying to avoid. Taking the healthcare industry that healthcare insurance industry should say out of the equation? Because that you know they can't have that precisely art as I said you know. We need some levity so like I said I put together a little montage of Stephen Colbert because he always makes them smile and puts onus where it belongs and for this problem much of it on in the lap of this administration so without further ado. Here's Stephen Colbert from CBS. This is the first crisis of trump's presidency that he did not cause himself shanking. Instead of modern situation trump spent the weekend golfing. It seems insensitive. I took out of my mouth does seem insensitive. Remember that right after. Paul Harbor was attacked. Fdr was photographed playing December seventh nineteen forty one a day. That will live in fun for me. People concerned about the growing death toll of this outbreak. Today trump tweeted so seven thousand. Americans died from the common between two nothing. Shut down and the economy go and this moment there are five hundred. Forty six confirmed cases of Corona virus with twenty two deaths. Think about it okay. Let me think about that. You're a monster. Here's the thing we can criticize. Trump's golfing and tweeting but when he hunker down and focuses on the problem that's one. He really sucks case in point on Friday he headed down to the. Cdc reassured the public but he led off with some less than encouraging words of the people who are currently sick vast. Majority by reminds me of that Joyful Bob Marley Song. Don't worry bout a thing thing. The vast majority of things are going to be now one on to explain why he's the best person to handle. This pandemic is great. I think that that might be. I looked like a record. Number preached forgiveness after John Soup. Virginia's MY ASS. No no no no he's right. I would be very surprised if you understand it. I don't care how smart your uncle was. Epidemiology is not genetic. You don't get your mother's is your father's. Phd Loses not get passed down in the family. That's why no matter how much we all know it now. Future generations are going to have to learn for themselves that you're an idiot during his official visit during a national emergency trump is wearing campaign. Hat might not be appropriate during the crisis but it does remind me of Lincoln showing up at the Battle of Antietam wearing his campaign hat. Circuits out that was we ran on up until now there have not been enough corona virus test kits available but trump says that problem is solved. That's what anybody and anybody had reached a casket. You cuss me. Wow that is so reassuring and so not true one point. One billion tests were just distributed for a country of three hundred twenty eight million. So yeah no. But according to trump. He's test aren't just everywhere they're also just the best tester beautiful perfect. So the corona virus tests are almost as perfect as his Ukrainian phone call. Now that rarely gets a lack that knowledge to take meat because he fired the White House's pandemic response team back in two thousand eighteen but he had a response for that advantage of that. You can never really well. You know who thought a pandemic might happen. The White House pandemic response the same way the same way you know who thinks waffles might happen the waffle house ready ready. Anytime waffles breakout. What are the biggest virus stories is the Grand? Princess cruise ship was has been sailing in circles off the coast of San Francisco. Since last week with at least twenty one corona virus cases on board things have gotten pretty grim on board the ship with passengers reporting people fighting over rotten food so some parts of the cruise experience have remained. The same ship was allowed to dock in Oakland California today but not everyone administration was on board with getting them off. Board Francis. The president would impromptu me for saying leave. Everybody ship Third Applied Mr ship as your face but a lot of people would rather too difficult rat rather than our numbers are numbers because I liked the numbers being because if one ship with trump is saying he doesn't want the passengers off the ship because their illness might make him look bad common shore. Then we're responsible for them but if we send them international waters there aqel man's proud okay. Lenses in National Guy Poker speaking of Corona virus. It is now been found at least fifteen states yesterday. Trump met with top exacts from big Pharma to show. He's on top of the crisis. We have nobody in this country. Vaccinated THIRTY CORONA VIRUS THAT. If IT GOES BACK SCENE OUT WORK. He'd take a solid flu vaccine. You don't think that would have impact on much of an impact on corona so at regular regular flu vaccine waterwork. What about what about solid flu vaccine? I'M TALKING CHOWK. Show Admiral Class Circle Pootie shot. What about that? How about this? I got it. No quiet about this boxer. Bandaids talking really good. Ones frozen to all their throw away the honest they were. Okay try it may have had a rocky weekend but so did trump's chief of staff Mick Mulvaney seen here just waiting for this. Headline Trump fired his chief. Mick Mulvaney this is a little surprising because both more vanity and trump just attended the conservative political action conference CPAC or nothing seemed to miss however this weekend was discovered that a person who attended CPAC has a confirmed case of corona virus. Okay that is serious. One person who did have sustained contact with the individual as Texas senator and Chunky Wolverine Ted Williams crews says he has no symptoms but just be saving. He said that he will be self isolating. Adding gas. President is now one degree of separation from the virus because today trump congressional buddy Doug Collins. We did the heat to shook hands with the obvious. Cpac CORONA virus donor and is currently in self quarantine thankfully since CPAC ended. 'cause has laid low and only shaking the hand of one leader of the free world. Jim You played that clip again. This time played it all the way to the end. Larry is and Oh. It's a long. He what is he thinking? You're supposed to wash your hands for twenty seconds. Not Shake your hands for twenty seconds. Happy Birthday means to leave. The scene wasn't just collins because we also got a self quarantine statement from Florida. Congressman and man who had size is cinder block gates. Well at least dates didn't shake trump's hand instead he was seen boarding Air Force. One with trump. Today his timing could not have been worse. Gains only learned that he'd been exposed to the virus after Air Force One lifted off from Orlando. He then essentially quarantined himself sitting in a section of the plane alone. Oh that definitely works. I'm GonNa sit in the section of the pressurized cabin were. They recycle all the air. Have you ever been on an airplane? If someone in first class eats an onion. You crying coach. This is the national crisis and trump said at the CDC for the safety of all Americans we should not let donald trump land the numbers. It would ruin my beautiful late. So I'm your host. Stephen Colbert is every people sound good. Is Everybody okay tonight? I'm glad to hear that because this corona virus John. It's making people anxious. People are really nervous but I think at a time like this. We all need to laugh and be together from a distance of about. Let's see twenty feet or something like that but let me speak which are quick programming. Note if you haven't heard already starting on Monday. This is true out of an abundance of caution. The late show as well as all the other late night shows in New York City will go without audiences for. You won't be able to do that on Monday. That's what I'm going to miss on Monday. We're going to do this for the foreseeable future. Okay so you people this audience tonight. You're one of the last audiences will have for the foreseeable future. You are all collectors items. Have yourself notarized as as collector's items and this is important until this is over? Stay in your original packaging or else you lose all your value. Stephen Colbert night. One month's worth of monologue basically dealing with this subject that we were not closing out of coronavirus Russia close out the virus itself. Yeah that'd be nice but I don't have any other comments other than wash. Your hands often drink plenty of water. Please antibacterial stuff when you can't wash exactly antibacterial soap. I'll tell you why okay. Soap is antibacterial. Aha that does help. Well it's a scam really antibacterial. Soap is a scam so by its nature is antibacterial so all of these antibacterial soaps itself on TV. It's a scam truly. Tv's a scam. So folks don't rush out and buy antibacterial soap thinking that. It's going to do more soap by its design. Is Antibacterial not telling you the adding a little something extra to the soap to kill the bacteria? No I it's just like dishwashing antibacterial. Dishwashing soap turned on my spacier bite. Soap by nature is antibacterial if used properly. Don't eat it. Don't wash your kid's mouth out with it. I'll just watch your hands with abuse hard. We better hurry. Made us was an hour and a half by the gay. GonNa do some editing. But but yeah yeah for edit okay. Cool I'm up. This past week was international. Women's Week and March eighth was the actual International Women's Day. And you know what the title of this Episode Episode to twelve is. Women are the reason we still exist. Correct 'cause without our mothers we would have no way to continue so women are that important and again march eighth was the actual International Women's Day a day that is and rightfully so and should be celebrated around the world. It is because of women that we are able to still exist. Women have been the foothold that has allowed families to remain anchored societies that still exist to remain in place. It was not really until recent times meaning at the latest. Maybe the mid late twentieth century and correct me. If I'm wrong that made women began to get some of the claim from this society they so richly deserve and our native communities that claim has always existed. Native women are a central focus and many naked nations. Believe it women are the givers of life? I know there have been personally speaking. There have been influential women in my entire life and I will say it not for those strong women. I have no idea where I would be or what I would be. I think all those women who have helped me survive and navigate the trials and tribulations of life and for that you will always be remembered. Excuse me and you have by eternal gratitude. I thank you. Here's a little history behind international women's we can day in. This comes to us by way of National Day. Calendar International Women's week celebrate International Women's week the first week in March beginning on the first Saturday and surrounds International Women's Day which is always much the eighth according to the website. Ginger champions the week sprang from that day's observance because there were so many events that it was difficult to attend them in one day it is a week of celebration education and awareness surrounding women's and gender issues women's week focuses on five pillars building relationships self-knowledge sexual assault and interpersonal violence healthy self image and leadership development. United Nations marks. The week with annual conferences on equality. And how can you observe next year? International Women's Day join a march or attend a women's networking event. Donate your time with skill. See local women's shelter become an advocate and speak up for a gender diversity in the workplace. Follow our social media using Hashtag women's week or I'd ww and follow on facebook. My word little history in one thousand nine hundred eight. The Socialist Party of America organized lately that Word socialized Socialist Party of America possible the horrors organized today to protest women's working conditions to get an idea of how much this was needed. Read about the first all-women strike in New Hampshire idiots before so eight years prior to nine hundred ninety eight. The First National Women's Day singular woman was made official in the United States on February. The Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety nine it was later moved to March eighth and remain renamed. Excuse me International. Women's Day in poor form then in the nineteen eighty s international women's Day expanded to include a full week of activity activities going the first week of March including International Women's Day. So women across the world. I thank you I thank you from the bottom of my heart has do I going on in a story for Indian country today? Bench filling writes the National Film Board of Canada announced this week that director Janey window off would be releasing. Her latest short film. Stories are in our bones on Saturday. Excuse me on International Women's Day a Sunday. Excuse me which was last week. I chose this article to highlight International Women's Day for a couple of reasons the title of this film. The short short stories are in our bones that speaks to generational experiences that that get incorporated into our DNA and stories that are passed on throughout generations. Who currently works at the bad benef- center over to Canada as the associate director of indigenous is and creativity celebrated the film's World Premiere last year. The American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco the film on it as an official selection of the San Francisco American Film Festival for Twenty Nineteen Wind. Off excuse me wrote an email. Her heartfelt connection to the film as a woman. Filmmaker misses a quote. I am honored to have. The stories are in our bums launched online and accessible on their website for International Women's Day as a career woman she says I am grateful to highlight my mother Mary. Otter my matriarch who has always been so generous with her love and her teachings to myself and others it's only fitting that it'd be shared online as it reflects is family values and to keep sharing our stories. I am proud of my sons for participating in the fishing and harvesting of land that is reflected in this documentary. This film is only a small portion of an on going journey. Excuse me in to land based learning in quote a little bit about the Film Synopsis. And this layered short film filmmaker. Janney went off in her mother. Residential School survivor. Take Jamie city rate sons fishing in northern Saskatchewan healing story that office teachings about themselves culture and their history and it was written and directed by. Jamie went off and it lists all the integral part of the the film. The film is also available on the National Film Board of Canada website at www dot f. b. dot ca forward slash film forward slash stories dash our dash end dash dash bones for its lack. It'll on the show notes in case all they didn't make any sense and I don't blame you but please please please go check out the short film and this is just another tribute to the contributions. Women have made throughout history especially in the North American continent. Thank you MS wind off for creating this short fill absolutely excellent excellent. I have not watched that yet tend to this weekend. So we'll make sure the links are in the show notes. GonNa take a look at it next article other tuttle reads Oklahoma House overwhelmingly passes. Ida's law out of Kate O. R. DOT COM out of Oklahoma City. A bill that would make it easier for law enforcement to investigate missing or murdered indigenous people as successfully made its way through the Oklahoma House of Representatives and here is more on this from Kfi Rtd out of Oklahoma audio. I don't not addressing the problem of missing and murdered indigenous people. It's a major issue not only in Oklahoma but the entire nation as news force capital bureau. Chief explains activists are getting behind legislation. They hope we'll solve this. The numbers say that indigenous women and girls go missing at a disproportionate rate. There are three bills in the house right now. That supporters say can help with what is becoming an epidemic native American groups gathering on the steps of the state capital and then the right time to rally for legislation. They say will help solve a crisis in Oklahoma murder rates in Oklahoma are an epidemic supporters. Say Native Americans missing at a rate ten times higher than other races? We know someone that knows someone who's gone missing or has been murdered and it touches all of our lives but advocates believe house bill. Thirty three forty five or IDA's law would help lower that number. It's named after twenty nine year old either a member of the shy and Arapaho tribes who disappeared in two thousand fifteen representative. Mickey Dolphins wrote Items Law. He said it was established a special liaison within the OS. Bi to help with jurisdictional issues that arise between the states and feds when cases occur on tribal land. There's cold cases on tables district attorney's kicked me touch federal issue. Activists are also pushing for legislation requiring native American training as part of clete certification for Law Enforcement. Another bill would establish a red alert similar to an amber or silver alert but for missing indigenous people red alert and someone sees. Something says something and save something. There's a lot of times we don't know until it's too late. Carbon tells me one hundred fifty indigenous women and eighty native American men here in Oklahoma have gone missing just in the last three years alone tells me it's important of St Louis has on to go with the new federal liaison that was passed as part of legislation signed by the trump administration back in November. The bill set to go in front of the House Committee next week from the capital. Brench Kirke Oklahoma's news four outstanding. Great great great job glad that that that was passed and hopefully implemented properly with consultation obviously from from indigenous people to happen. So yeah great stuff. Nice all right brother. You know time it is right. Y- going know. Yeah you've heard of say often one of the ways to fight racism. It's not to allow it to happen in the first place or to stop it in. Its tracks fighting. Racism is not feeding it or allowing it to happen or condoning it or complying with any type of racist request. That's not how you stop racism. And here's a prime example of that. The articles hostess at Olive Garden. I won't read the headline the way it was written because it doesn't make sense. An aggregate speaks out after her manager complied with a customer's request for a non black server. And this was written by Tunisia Kenny for the Atlantic Blackstar Atlantic Black Star Dot Com. Keeping in mind. That it's twenty. Twenty here is yet again. Another story of racism in America. The manager Evansville Indiana Olive Garden is out of a job after alleged Lee complying with a customer's request to not be served by a person of color staff member. The incident unfolded last Saturday. At the eatery on Green River road in Indiana Amayra Donohue was the hostess on DVD. At the time when the woman's request for hot wired soon took an ugly turn and here is the report from W. T. V. W. Eyewitness News in Atlanta National Restaurant Chain is looking into allegations of a racial incident at a restaurant. In many people took to social media over the weekend to respond to what may have happened at the Olive Garden out on the? East side honoring road. The hostess who says she was involved in that incident is making news joins us now with the latest on this Noah. That's right Shirley. Along with the Evansville Olive Garden. Both say they are continuing to investigate after that alleged incident in which a white server did on ask for a White Server restaurant on Saturday and we spoke with one of those people involved says she's angry and want something to change in front of all the customers to block employs claim. They were targeted with racial discrimination. A Mirror Donohue was. The host is on duty as the incident unfolded. She says a customer's request for hot water turned into something. Ugly for a service wasn't implied and thousand bad decision at the moment but there was a way better way that could have been handled. Donahue says the woman's actions didn't stop there the lady also made comments about make some other coworkers saying that. I'm not family friendly that I should go work at a strip club instead of an olive garden and made them Black America. Just like offhand comments like that referring me to like the other one in all the golden spokesman says the company does not tolerate discrimination of any type and that senior leadership is investigating the Evansville. Nwea'S EP says. It has not received a formal complaint but it is also investigating. Reverend Gerald. Arnold says. He's withholding judgement and he wants to make sure everyone's voices are being hurt. Its culture because they have a very diverse staff Very diverse clientele. I go there myself. Okay and so so. We have to invest as for Donohue. She says she's still reeling from the shock. Events about Saturday night dinner rush but hope for positive change will come from the experience. I'll never expected to be apparent in public and it was just like it's twenty twenty not nineteen twenty. We should be over this. Something should have been done. I feel like I should take more than just social media toge- problem like this out there and tonight we're told the server involved in that incident isn't really ready for an interview now as for that. Investigation Olive Garden does say it will continue to look into the matter. Any idea what. The time line is unclear on the time line can take anywhere from weeks to a month but we're not sure of that just yet will continue to keep an eye on it all right. Thank you so much on to me as like the option that that manager had in the choice of that manager made. Now you have a story about your particular location. I understand if I'm understanding this story correctly that the manager is gone now but let's look at it from the restaurants point of view and again if you're not familiar with the old guard Nick Tate. It's a leading Italian restaurant chain across the country. We have some here in Connecticut as well. Is it worth this skirt? Any attention over probably what amounted to a meal. That's under one hundred dollars the choices you can defend your staff in my my opinion. Okay you can defend your staff and say this is who is handling the section. I don't have anybody else or they can leave. There are some would imagine that. Say Well that that what I just described his Discrimination in and of itself asking customers to leave because of their behavior. I've heard I've heard positioning of that sort early. Thoughts are that brother but finding one of two different ways and both ways would have been appropriate as as a method to handle that lady's racism them. I probably would have thrown her out. But that's just my my abruptness but both of the examples that you stated were would have been an appropriate response to that lady's racism. I think if they if they had made that person leave that person inevitably probably went to went to the press right. Probably so so. It's lose lose for the restaurant but yeah you're absolutely correct. It could have been a lose lose. If they'd gone to the press been a journalist would have picked it apart and said okay. Wh Why were you asked to leave? And what was the Lady GonNa do craft another story so you know I? I don't think she would have gone to the press without revealing her racism or her racist reason for being asked to leave. But you never know. Now that's the most of the races doesn't admit they're racist. It's Kim One person. Then explain that request right exactly. What we reported on in the process of course is the numerous examples from schools for example where where person got uncomfortable. Because you're a black person right. That showed up in hoodie. In so so no did they. Did they go to the press? No they call the police right. You know cowardly behind a phone and like I don't know what they made me very uncomfortable. You know then. Then there's the argument I could have heard this to where they're like. Don't they have a right to be served by who they want? Well no not. In the country that pre professes to be nine discriminatory. Have Discrimination Laws? Do this and why I love having discussions with people about the so-called term reverse racism which doesn't okay because like reverse diabetes. No such great. And so you know you're trying to build a case against something that can't be built against right. I can say you can use the word discrimination in that context properly but you can't call it reverse racism okay. It can make a case that if the restaurant doesn't comply with a request to be served by any non person of color that action that request in and of itself is discrimination. And then you could. I suppose bill the case. I don't know how many people would accept it or even if it would be accepted in a court of law. That restaurant restaurant is being accused of discrimination for failing to provide to that guest a nonperson color to serve them and yes oh games point if the media was doing their job but they would have framed it that way so now whether what a restaurants and other retail outlets supposed to do put signs on the window we have people of. Color here serving the fifties and the grim. But if you don't reserve a person of color right don't come in. We have people of color serving here if that offends. You don't come in and I believe this occurred in Indiana was correct. That's correct yeah so again. I asked you guys to China. Look Watch live and watch how cops treat people of Color in the state of Indiana because to different cities in the cover. Yeah it's always engage with the F- engage accusatory with people color in that state. Assume they're guilty until you don't find a knife drugs a record okay. And then they let them go and stop harassing them. That's the way it played in that state. I'm sorry but it's the truth. Prove me wrong. Do My homework assignment and watch the show. Yeah let's go back to one something clip posted posted in chat about. I would imagine it was in response or in addition to My comment on antibacterial. So we says plus this is a virus. Bacteria that's corrected as various virus not bacteria but what most people don't understand not washing your hands to kill the virus. You're washing your hands to eliminate the virus on your hands your cleansing your hands from the virus. That might be stuck to them. So you don't spread that virus by touching doorknobs and keyboards in handrails and other people's face or your own face etcetera etcetera etcetera. That's the reason for washing your hands often. So you're not spreading virus. You're not going to kill a virus with soap. You kill germs without soap like bacteria but the purpose of washing your hands to clean your hands of viruses germs. So you don't spread them elsewhere. That's the whole purpose binding. So they're all right. Thank you cliff to the carding guests in Indiana. We say this to you the note for the record my brothers and chat and he says and where is the current vice president from God? Yup Good wanting to all aware recent individuals joining chat. Welcome glad to have you glad to see how good morning good morning brother up right in other news. Other News as usual. Presidential candidates overlooked native voters. We are the we are only a side note as they crack campaign platforms to present to the American people. If candidates had put as much effort into seeking the native vote candidates would lean learnt. Excuse me about lessons and get an in depth. Look at how native cultures live and how important native people are to this nation. I pause you there just for a SEC. Shur on add this because it's relevant to what you're saying because last August. They held the very first native American presidential debates with the candidates that were running at the time directly. Hearing from indigenous people was called the Franklin Mir American presidential debates and it's available online now at the Lincoln. You guys against you can look the reason that's relevant because subsequently from that date and that happened when the first debates are about to happen in Iowa and we know what screwed up that was when it came time for the primaries but since that time only one candidate Bernie Sanders has even uttered the words native American when responding to questions from mainstream media. All the other candidate who were there for the most part with the exception of Biden by the way since their appearances on the debate stage when they start talking about issues of equality and what they're going to do with their policies are relevant to non discriminatory practices healthcare. The whole nine. Every once of the use of words native American or indigenous people said Bernie Sanders so they know having interacted with indigenous people in a very formal setting yet as David just said or forgotten so the lessons. It's not that they're not being learned. The argument I make is they've chosen not to learn them or remember them absolutely. I remember us. It's choice by not only the candidates people that surround them. This is the other thing that I always need to point out to people and why I want to tell us who they are considering it choose them at the time. But who are you considering for key posts of your cabinet. They don't do that either because that they think tip their hand relevant to how they might shape their administration right. That's absolutely correct. All you hear is talk about where the presidential candidate only happens. Once a nominee is chosen. Who that person might choose as their running mate meeting their vice president. That's the only time you hear that. So we're talking about going after the so-called native vote guys got to keep stuff in context and in mind where only important to them when they're going into a state where there's a higher population of native vote otherwise it couldn't give two rats about us here east because a lot of our communities are in urban centers and areas and. I know that this is true in other states as well but I'm focusing on the east care care. Less about any indigenous people are how many tribes there are in the North East but they know and we continue to put our faces in front. We're GONNA have a story about them. A few minutes about how people are people have been trying to influence these campaigns and why there is no excuse for not even mentioning. Us undebated status. So go ahead without thank you. Canada's spend enormous amounts of money to pursue marginal groups like L. G. T. Q. Groups and I have nothing against they'll be GTE community. Now you'll understand. Why use the Monica in a moment to garner the vote from these communities but do very little to ensure their rights they don't they vote against Lbj? T Q bright's all the time. The same thing exists with native communities to ensure rights. There are some effort made to garner the native vote some effort marginally but very little is done to ensure native natives are given assurances to guarantee voting rights. A couple of states are making strives to make those rights reality thankfully Kaelin Burns Rights Article Four box dot com and she illustrates. How by group seem to be more important? During particular time does my brother stated So elegantly earlier and not so important other times now that the Democratic primary field has been whittled down to two major candidates the race is on for targeting a coveted constituency. Lgbtq voters at a rally Thursday night. And and this past Thursday. I would imagine in Phoenix. Banat Senator Bernie Sanders attacked former vice president Joe Biden's nineteen ninety-six support for a don't ask don't tell a military politics that required gay lesbian and bisexual troops to stay in the closet in order to serve. Which wasn't right. The Biden campaign. Meanwhile released a comprehensive plan for lgbtq equality that same night the plan includes support for the Equality Act Federal. What's your stance brother on the word Coincidence coincidence coincidence to me as something that happens when somebody from the West Coast does almost the same thing or or the concepts are similar on the east coast. That's coincidence that's to me. That's how profound coincidence. It's when you release something like Biden dead on the same night that you know you know Bernie had in Bernie's been talking about the Lgbtq community for a while. This is something meal so somebody in the Campaign Biden. Campaign said well. Maybe we should do something. That's not coincidence. And it's kind of my point. I mean from from my point it's incidence. I take no they. How do you how? How can you possibly throw policy together in Mere Hours? Because you heard your opponent argue about a weakness in your in your past exactly exactly. This is calculated. It's it's done to mitigate any in a fire that's coming by. That's exactly what that is. That's not coincidence. Excuse me again. The plan includes support for the Equality Act federal legislation to add protections on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity to Federal Civil Rights Law and repeal the fool in the White House. My words transgender military ban among other key. Lgbtq policy concerns. Okay when a nation asides to delve into people's sexual preference. Just the thought created a problem. Never mind the actions that followed that thought. Just thought created a problem. What people do with their and relationship sexual preferences as long as it's not harming anybody. It's their business. The government has no right. No reason no need to regulate to regulate people's choices you know that's that's a tangent for another episode but I with -ception of going back to discrimination if they're discriminated against Lgbtq community who again our voters you know that sort of a fine line. But but I but I largely agree with what you just said that you you know. Here's here's the thing. Those protections had to be put in place because of somebody's creating a situation where that particular group. I'll use that group for instance was made to feel less than less than human less than equal less than something. So you have pinheads up there. The pickup on their horrible. They're this they're that so it out like this virus. It spreads so now the government has to say okay. Now we've got to do something. But some of those. Same pinheads are in the legislative body who are voting against the rights of those people so see the very thought of somebody wanting to create an environment that's less than equal for somebody who choose chooses a sexual preference. The very thought of that was more dangerous than that followed because at the thought had never come up and people got on this tangent within just got stupid with it. Then a lot of these protections wouldn't be needed so in other words do the right thing. People Stop Hating people for what they want to do. As long as it's not harming anybody somebody sexual preference in their bedroom. It's not your business. Mind your own business but let me get back to the article your where it was both candidates appear to be making a play for support from LGBTQ voters who turned out in record numbers and super teams states. Almost one in ten votes voters. Excuse me from twelve of the fourteenth state a that voted this week identified is Hell GB Q. What Sanders winning almost forty percent of them according to NBC News Exit Polling Data Biden. Intern got support from just nineteen percent of the community. Super Tuesday voters despite receiving a Monday endorsement from former South Bend Indiana and the atom. Major Major Major. I'm sorry mayor bomb the first ever openly gay competitive candidate. I can't pronounce the guy's name. Sorry the first ever Oakland yes. That's him put it. Let's as minors. But but that's only when extreme practice and best that's been Chattanooga's that's all too well. I call them booty. It's not I don't say that to be derogatory anyway. It was just at the time I could not pronounce the man's name and so I would just simply Budi and sorry so. That's just what I did camping out. Mike does flow flow off of the towns slowly for me and I have I have. I have a message that came in that I have to share after after the story brother goes back to chronic stuff related to corona again. It's a pretty big though. Got You most significantly Massachusetts senator. Elizabeth Warren got support from twenty one percent of lgbtq boaters vittos day despite not finishing higher than third place in any of the contest. It appears that both sanders and Biden campaigns were making appeals to LGBTQ voters and allies who previously supported warrant or mayor that guy. Okay Quoting on Super Tuesday across the early states. Lgbtq voters have shown up in record numbers and cemented our status as crucial constituency to court in quote human rights campaign. National Press Secretary Luke. Lucas a cost there told blocks this long ago. I'm GONNA direct our listeners to the Lincoln show note but the point. Is You know if the candidates put much effort into courting native communities distinct how much further along they would be well again. What what's happened here and again this is not a knock at the LGBT Q. Communities but the campaigns have made the decision that there are more People in these communities are native people that they're more important that there are more important voting constituency than we are right period. End of story we can. We can spin this anyway. We want but but that is an if my statement is not true then they have failed miserably at their communication. Because what any of these candidates would do some of the other ones were still in the race they would say but go to my website and all the detail. There are no standing in front of me right. Don't give me talking points because you had you know your your campaign you're whispering in your ear or perhaps in some cases this to be true but where you're wearing a wire and somebody has an IBM in your ear. Okay exactly that by the way so that may have happened in previous. I have no proof of that. Let me just to you. Just never know while we're on this thing voting here by such a weak candidate if he gets the nomination and thinking that he's going to not because he won the nomination is because the DNC has orchestrated a media coup if you will over sanders to make them less culpable but Biden is going to put a Republican and assist BP and the reason I say this as binds mental faculties seemed to be managing. He was doing a town hall a lie town any watch off the camera while he's talking. I don't know if anyone saw that but he just he's talking looking at his phone and he just walks off. The camera continues talking so my guess is if he chooses a Republican VP. They're going to do their damnedest to use the twenty Fifth Amendment against him have him judged incompetent and guess who gets the White House for another four years the Republicans. I don't think he's got into that myself. I disagree with that. I think I think they're leaning and I don't have a name for you guys purpose it but I still believe he's going to lean towards a women of color in that role. I don't I don't see that his behavior wide. It's here's what the media has chosen to call the those moments that you're referring to. They've they're calling them gaffes. Of course they're not gaffes. No they're not it speaks directly to mental acuity right agreed with Dave and the premise that the DNC is already signaled and you saw this the day before the first Super Tuesday signal to the Democrats that were running. Get Behind Guy Right. The reason I say Biden. It's not why believe he's not going to choose a woman of color for its. Vp is his his treatment of of women of color most notable his treatment of Anita Hill. I I hear that. That's why I'm saying I in the record okay The name most floated thus far. If what I have thinks they but I I don't. I don't think it's going to happen though. Here's here's why I say that. Besides its treatment of women in color you know. They've been trying to push the narrative that people of color are behind Biden. Well that's not totally true. The the people of color who are behind Biden are the older folks. The older folks get their record numbers of younger people of Color. Who are not in the Biden can't and if they are going to make their voices heard at the polls Biden Biden choosing a woman of color is not gonNa make any difference. So that's that's what I base my my beliefs on whether they're right or wrong backs there it is. I think it's the younger voters are going to decide this election. Well I I hope so. We're hanging we're hanging very large hat on a very small and hoping that the young people will turn out but we have to understand. Who are the young people backing right? Now they're backing Bernie Sanders and the way that the DNC has behaved toward Bernie Sanders means in my opinion. They're more apt to not turn out at all. That may be the case if he's not the chosen candidate which means that goes back to falling into the same old same old People over at this point my age and older decide the democratic side of this of this election and and The argument that the younger people would be making is you. You clearly. Don't give an s about us. Behavior demonstrates to us because they're not stupid okay you're dope behavior. Dnc as demonstrated clearly that you don't care about our position and so I'll just say it here here and now the people that That I'm a part of that now. Anyway that are calling themselves. The Progressive Wing of the Democratic Party may very well organized into this country's truth third largely backed party because of the behavior of so-called establishment Democrats because of the behavior. Dnc. A you know an organization again. That goes back to the eighteen. Hundreds that is not connected whatsoever as is the RNC by the way not connected whatsoever with the federal government but to call him shots and in today's modern times they are funded heavily by corporations that United States Supreme Court decided in the case citizens united verses the President the Commission on Presidential Debates. That they are people not corporations and that will well that that in my opinion one of the final nails in the coffin allow political system. I I believe that yes. It will take ten years for them to fully form. Not PARTY WANTS FOR EXAMPLE. Medicare for all you know but then months left point but but the Democrats and the DNC have made their own coffin absolutely made their own bed. You're going to have to sleep with it. And my opinion. This is definitely the position of the progressives. They're about to go down this rabbit hole just like they did in two thousand sixteen. They'RE GONNA put up Joe Biden as their candidate and looms badly to Donald Trump. Once again back the wrong horse. They backed Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen. Sorry for you Hillary Clinton supporters from way back. When she was the wrong candidate just like buying will be the wrong candidate and she lost to Donald Trump. Can I think this time around? The young progressives will burn down the Democratic Party I honestly believe that and vote for frigging trump out of out of spite or they might they might. I don't know that but they might but I also believe that there's going to come another party out of this truly. Yep because it's it's not that difficult to create another political party and by doing that then other people with really great voices and great ideas. We'll be able to run and compete fairly like Mark Charles Right okay right. So that's what that's what. That's what I honestly see happening. I honestly see a progressive wing of the Democratic Party becoming another political party. Whatever the name may be I have no idea right exactly but it doesn't take a whole lot to create another political party. I did research on that this week. And it's it's not as difficult as people think it's a matter of filing application. Believe it or not with the F. E. C. Yup and meeting meeting certain criteria that the FTC sets forth and once they get the stamp of approval. Bayard now a political party. It's that simple and it would behoove the Progressive Democrats to pursue that course of action because it will forever forever change and shake up the political landscape in this country. And in my opinion. Make it more fair because like you said your point it will give room for candidates like Mart Charles and opportunity to get on the debate stage and not be excluded. What these these convoluted rules that. I meant to exclude people. I can Tulsi Gabbard and everybody else that wants to be on the debate stage. That should granted. You can't have a hundred people on a debate stage. That's understanding your exactly. Exactly I mean shoot. I mean they had what we had. How many candidates were actually running? One point over sixteen. I know that. Oh Yeah I mean. I don't know why the thirty two was in my head with anybody but it was clearly. I think it was twenty. Four twenty four. Maybe twenty four to twenty six candidates vying for so called the Democratic nomination. All right I could talk for hours on to happen network. Tv needs to get the F out of the debate process altogether. They have no business being. That's why you have a federally funded on television arm called c-span exactly that's exactly who should be funding funding. That's we should be running the debates and it should be held in the same place every single time. You know what the optimal replaced told. Those debates would be in my opinion on the Senate floor or on the House floor. Hold him on the floor not not not run right now which is like ooh campaigns by a bunch of tickets Bloomberg. Did you at six hundred thirty two hundred dollars a pop. It's a reality TV. Show so you could scream your candidate's name no no so that's that's my take on it. Hopefully the progressives will say enough is enough and out of this this mess will become another political entity that will hopefully make a big difference. I believe that it will and on that note. I'm going to take my popsicle in. Go home this. Yeah this just in before we do the story here. There's this big news. Letter so we were obviously. We spent an hour and a half today talking about the krona virus and all the implications that that has the impacts on very different areas. This is half an hour ago. Came out of from our local. Cbs News Affiliate Channel Three WSB reporting actually reporting from two other stations out of Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has voted to temporarily close all casinos in the state of Massachusetts. The decision was made during an emergency meeting. Saturday morning and GM springfields MPM Springfield. Encore Boston and plainridge. Casino will also see operations immediately and officials will reevaluate the situation in two weeks. This story is developing will provide you with the latest update as more information becomes available according to again. Cbs At Hartford Connecticut So Yeah I you know. Obviously you have to look at that hard. I don't have any further information that I can share regarding what might happen here. Connecticut but But but that's the decision that Massachusetts our border state has made relevant to general public. You know going into a place of business in droves. So it's not it's not good folks and this is squarely in the lap of basically one individual pretty much create the virus. No he did not but he's responsible for how the country reacts and that's this is where so low thank you but the But related to that also. Didn't we'd actually getting discussed this earlier segment though brother but there's been discussion also about The election itself the general election here in this country. If they don't get their arms around this you know. Look how how can you? How can you feasibly all the election fairly honestly safely and tell people they have to come out to vote? I don't know about another parts of the country but when I when I go to my local town which normally a high school elementary school where they set up the voting machines for our particular district That's that's a few thousand people through those doors and so you know. I had a dream last night where they actually had tripled voting staff and had people standing next to the machines wiping them. Down after every single person voting. That's an idea. A dream still an idea but still be people are still talking about settling on people that have you know volunteer. Look or senior all around us. Okay here's the state said okay. You Know Three Casino Properties must now close because of the risk and some of the reports that you know that have come out and you know to to close Malinche Michael. Moore's podcast and the people that he's been talking to quote quite frankly undercover and secretly within the trump administration. Even go on for months have never did have their act together. I'm sorry go ahead. We have that road and chat her election. Senator as already presented a bill to immediately convert all voting paper ballots. That's a great idea about. I'm sorry about the only idea that he done. It is simply provide a paper trail. That's that's absolutely what should happen. I think mobs asking what our thoughts on the fool in the White House getting tested or doing the fourteen days knowing he's he's been exposed in a word responsible. Absolutely in another word does not get an ass but yeah the the thing. Their body is the basically there. There's abundance of information about the number of the scores of people that he's been exposed to that have That it'd be either out of precaution. Self quarantined or in fact have contracted the disease virus so there is absolutely no reason why he shouldn't have been tested and tested multiple multiple times as Dave mentioned. I think you've missed it bobby. By but basically the bottom line is if he comes down with it and has to admit to it or he pence come down with an admit to it then all powers out to be reverted to Pelosi. I Don Chuckling Democrats. Just think about that just telling I'm just being real. So how the thing about vaccines? They take six months to a year or two. Sometimes eighteen months to create and this particular strain of virus is mutating so they don't have any idea how how and win a vaccine will be made available is like the flu flu. Vaccines Say for instance. There's a flu epidemic like the like this year. Well they can't create a vaccine for that epidemic and make an available for the current epidemic. Excuse me for another six months to a year so that flu strain is no longer affecting people. It's a new flu strain so there's no back scene for the new flu strain because it hasn't started yet or it hasn't been around long enough so the flu shots that they keep telling people you should get is not for the current strain of flu because there's no vaccine for it you're getting vaccinated. Aidid for strains of flu. That happened last season season before so on and so forth. There's never a vaccine for the current strain of flu because it hasn't developed yet and they haven't had enough time to create a vaccine so here here's where Michael kicking bear gets to show all you guys how irresponsible. I don't take the flu shot. Not Me either shot and the reason I hate the flu shot injecting your fricken flu now. That's absolutely what they're doing. Okay and further into further into really some like who is who is the idiot that ran info wars. I mean Alex Jones who took out a second everybody. What during the pool virus supposed to feel better right. How about maybe helping how? I don't know the viruses blind to make more money that's doing that's exactly what it's putting money in the pockets of the pharmaceutical companies period. That's all it's doing so I I have. I have this discussion with my wife every single year because she gets the flu shots and it's like you know but anyway it's a choice. Okay don't give you. It is going to be lots of people that do it in. This is my choice. This is my rationale around it. It does not mean people that are getting a flu shots. Such as my wife or wrong. It's just that you know that's just the way I view it I had similar. I have similar beliefs around the the Anti Vaccine Movement. Because they're they're they're injections. I think that makes sense. That have been proven that have been tested. You know like Anti Polio. Vaccines Okay. I I believe that if turns out that I had stuff like that I would i. Would I would take an injection for for things of that nature. Okay but there is an enormous amount of hype around. You must get a flu vaccine. You must get take this. You must take that and it's coming straight out of the marketers of these companies and and And the proof. In my opinion watch network television when they go to a commercial break you will see either a pharmaceutical or you will see an insurance ad- that's your homework another homework assignment. Look and see how that happens. Look and see how often that happens. And then you'll understand my fear and concern so yeah it has to be an educated decision. Before the needle goes in your. Let's just put it that way okay. This guy's arm last the last article here which also is campaign related. This is another article written by Jordan Bennett beginning for Indian country today. Read an article by Jordan earlier. Today this title reads native campaigns the Untold Story of the Presidential Twenty Twenty election in Jordan rights. There's something different about this election cycle in a word more. There were more tribal nation policy. Plans were pro from presidential candidates more high level native voices and more actual campaign workers. Nate campaign staffers. Volunteers are the unsung heroes. Runnin campaign machines they bring their best to create a strategy inject energy time trust and even money behind the wins and losses in every campaign are hundreds and thousands of people getting paid or who volunteer. And they've never been so many native folks doing just that more quote. I'm glad to see my friends. In in country landing strategic position with the Democratic Party campaigns for president the result has caused most if not all to release position papers demonstrating their commitment to ending country. If elected close quote wrote Jim Gray on facebook recently. He's the former chief of the osage nation and former co publisher of the native American Times quote in the past native people were used as props for photo opportunities or simply ignored now. We're drafting policies. An educating the campaign to close quote. It's important to note that there is no data about native volunteers and workers on campaigns. Let me resumes and stories exist. Holly Cook Red Lake Band of Gibb. Way served as the Director for native American Affairs for the Democratic National Committee from one thousand nine hundred nine to early two thousand one. She said Democratic candidates are reaching out to ending country more than a year out from the election and in meaningful ways. Close Court camp quote campaigns. Were much more likely to think of it. In June of the election year close quote. She said in January encoding again. We have several and I actually lost count which is a great thing of how many have put forth policy positions by the time they got to Iowa at the Frank Linear native American Presidential Forum or by the time the Democratic National Committee did the tribal leader roundtables at a couple of debates. So let me stop there. And let's focus on that quote and I'll read it again with several and I actually lost count which is a great thing of how many put forth policy positions by the time they got to Iowa. The Franklin marinate American presidential form. And I mentioned that to you that happened last August or by the time the Democratic National Committee the DNC did the tribal leader roundtables at a couple of the debates right there so if the DNC is holding roundtables native people can interact with staff members of these campaigns. Which is a good thing. Don't get me wrong. Here's my question. Why isn't that making it to the debate stage? Bellamy answer for you. Why because the debate stage is being controlled by the media. Abc NBC CBS CNN. Fox Any of those guys that are running the television coverage which means they're providing the MC's and inevitably the questions that are thrown to the candidates. Problem Number One so while I appreciate what Jordan is written here. It's not the complete story and we're talking about addressing questions coming out of Indian country so that the rest of the country can hear them because only a very small audience heard or saw. Unless you happen to know the links are provided back to the Franklin here conference because while it was streamed extreme at that time. There's no follow up okay. So the vast majority of American people never even knew that the form place nor have they heard the questions that were posed to Elizabeth Warren or to a Bernie Sanders or to a bridge who all did participate in that forum so bright. There is a failure not of the Franklin manner in the organizers of that or the native people that participated or the native people that are on these campaigns. It is a failure of the system because it is controlled by WHO WHITE MEDIA NON-NATIVE MEDIA PEOPLE. Because you think any of the news media outlets may have sat at those roundtables. Maybe but you certainly didn't frame a question or two out of Indian country or even if it came out of realm of discussions around anti discrimination practices equality those have been talked about on the debate stage but it didn't include the words native American or indigenous people so that needs to be addressed. Which is why. I don't want them media involved in these debates moving out of the article attorney Keith. Harper who share people to his native American Policy Committee believes people from country. How quote ratcheted up their participation close quote in presidential campaigns over the years. Quote if you look back in the early nineties or eighties. There was some participation but it was limited by a handful of people close quote he said Harper was Cherokee thinks that in increased in the nineteen ninety s through the Clinton years and boomed in the Barack Obama Campaign. Policy statements were developed in early two thousand seven and took the time to meet with tribal leaders. Separately Harper said. That was a game changer. Close and it was absolutely which was dissolved. Pretty much when trump took all this all that headway. That was made it. I'm here to say he was also part of the campaign with a handful of native people. Like Susan. Harjo Nicole Willis Kim believe Tiki and more. Okay let's see here because we're kind of up against the clock here Susan Harjo Muskogee Creek Nation worked on Jimmy Carter a campaign also the John Kerry Campaign Bill Clinton and Barack Obama Campaigns Lor. Laura Harris was comanche. Help Jesse Jackson's run for president in eighty four and Bill Richardson's campaign the two thousand eight election. Campaigning is hard work and it's for Young People Harris said with a laugh over the phone but it's so rewarding close quote the rain bash agreed. That campaigns are rough. She worked were the Camila Harris Campaign at the Baltimore Office where she was a human resource associate and executive assistant to the chief. Operating Officer of core duo lean and pots up. It's very long hour. She said Senator Elizabeth Warren Campaign named a representative Debbie Allen Laguna Pueblo as her co chair and Paulie Rib Rivera Pueblo of Pohjola Was the Colorado State Director. Rivera formerly held the Democratic National. Committee's Director of Native American enroll engagement position and these positions are important. Don't get me wrong Within the DNC. I don't know what the equivalent is for the Z. Don't really care but like I said. Why isn't it making it to the debate stages that we're the largest populace? People can also here in participate in the conversation. Show we say all right. It's not that it's not that our voices aren't being heard at some level. I WanNa make be clear about that. Okay but and great. Policies are ending up on websites. That's fantastic the next stage beyond the debates and beyond the actual election when somebody office is now we have we'll call it paper trails right. So let's as biting biting becomes the president of the United States Golf Club right and Mr Biden's website said ABC and whatever other things are available on the website relevant to things that are going to be committed to ending country. Well that's where it stops largely because advocacy has to kick in at that point right which means okay to the Joe Biden Administration Looking forward right here is an issue important ending country that was related in the Franklin Air Debates that you committed to on your website but we don't see any introduction of legislation. Now what do we do? We can say. We advocate right advocacy. It would make sense that whoever was on staff in the campaign maybe they hold a position in the administration to help foster that because he is a follow up has to happen you. Naming to execute on these policies. See that also doesn't get re revealed ahead of time we went does not usually so so these are these are the things where we we have a responsibility to follow up on right now. Like I said I. C E efforts like deb Holland and the amount of policies that she's introduced again they're introduced they're not enacted yet right in some cases or where the bills are cosponsored which is also good thing. Okay this is where. I differ from a contingency in Indian country. It's like why bother right by bother getting involved with the political process by getting involved with making change in the federal government. I think he I think yeah the key point for me the key takeaway for me is is. It's follow up. Because I mentioned before with each consecutive administration. We have to start from square one in most cases because there's no follow up that's last state if there is any each administration they may have heard some smattering of mention of native problems. But there's no follow up. Nobody is putting it in their faces. At least every month saying this has got to be taken care of. It's not on the agenda of anybody that can make a difference. Yes there may be committees in the House and Senate. But is there adequate quality? Time given to those those those situations bill's proposals. You can't see an Indian country. There's there's no traction. There's no those. There's no consistent follow-up yes there's hundreds of other concerns and needs to be looked at but it seems that time and time again native peoples native problems always have to take a back seat and it never becomes a forefront concern until you know everybody's walking around with their hair on fire wondering what are going to do exactly there's Every every I'm a big believer in little call building blocks right yeah. You can't build a house without a foundation and so you know in our case we're talking the foundation that we're talking about his policy and building on that policy not making that policy go away but building upon it so take for example. Here's some legislation that they can. We can argue who sponsored it and where it came from but you know the recent funding that has started to make its way back to Indian country guarding missing addition women right so all right yes. That was the trump administration initiative. Okay but at least something is going in that direction. We can argue about its effectiveness. Abc Okay but it's there as a starting point okay. Getting help To our law enforcement officers for example and in the resources that they don't currently have all right so that's the starting point but now Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders. Whoever it is your responsibility for building on that making it better and stronger not only ensuring that the funding that was omitted. Is there but looking at it carefully but adding to hit so that it continues and grows but if we don't have people Garnett and this this is again where I disagree with I respectfully are relatives. That just don't think we should be engaging at all in a political system that we didn't create and I understand that point of view but this is what our people need to be there to remember the campaign remember how this has been enacted now. What's the next step? What are we doing? How expanding that same thing with the Indian Health? Whatever the needs are of a particular community there should be funding there so that every single tribal community in this country has a hospital or some kind of health center and not be fearful that they don't have the funding to to continue operation. The needs of you know not only current generation but future generations. That's part of the responsibility of the follow up. That's not happening because either way. We don't have our own people in Cabinet positions in any federal political structure. And be the people that are there. Dan will be working for us. And I don't mean just American people in general is us. I'm talking about our community's looking right at Mark Wayne Bone and going what the hell are you doing? Or why the hell aren't you doing more because I can see with deb's doing but I can't trust your policy introductions please and it's not a left to right are D. thing yes. He's CO sponsored some legislation. I applaud him for that. Do more introduce more and then how about you on your Republican side containing country and get to more support put more people in office from own communities election. Don't wait for a Senate run. Don't wait for a congress run. We need that to support staff says. Hey we need a body here. That's from our communities needs to happen and needs to be elevated so we know that that's happened shuts guys like me Dave. Nothing's being done. You know that those are the steps that we need to take. Somebody wants to you know. Throw on my way. Come and do it. Where do you need me? Where do you need to show? How can we help? But you know it's it has to be more than just the campaign level stuff we have to get involved all the way through and then one day own my goodness we might actually have. A native person becomes president. Wow and maybe it'd be great and it can happen can't cancer dispense with the BS and the posturing game playing and get it done. They're worth that's how I see it. My little world against the rest of this article is good article. I it's an Shono. Chronologically chose and sort of a Karma logical order Where native people are working in these campaigns and trying to make a difference in I applaud all these folks for doing that but my advice would be. You'll look forward beyond me on your campus. Even if your guy doesn't win a lot of these folks that have been mentioned in here. Unfortunately that you know their candidate didn't make it but they had that experience now. How can we use them in future administrations right so you know there are still around? They care so you know. That's just I'm looking at this. So all right so anything you want to say. Yeah Sandra made a comment about my backseat statement. She says backseat. We're lucky if we're in the trunk was drinking. That's pretty much what it's like you know. There's a formula somewhere that that's got to work and I think for native country that formula is to go all in to stop this this mindset of well doesn't involve US why should we be concerned dozen Bob us. It involves us in every aspect of this country's government whether we want accepted or not Sandra and I had a conversation a couple of nights ago and realism came out. And you know Sandra made a very important point in the conversation and the the comment was an Sandra. Please correct me if I paraphrase too horribly that we can never eliminate colonialism in our in our existences as native people. Because we've been inundated with and it's it's become part of who we are. We can digitize an indigenous strongly. Okay well there I. I understand what she means. I totally understand what should be your new. I just that's where I insert the word decolonize. We we we can take steps. I may not eliminate all of it but we can take steps to colonize in in in certain aspects native society absolutely but by the mere fact that we are Blendi ends. Asandra USES THE WORD. We ARE AGAINST RE. Admission is By the mere fact we are blend the ends in most cases that colonization has become part of DNA. So that's basically what our discussion was about worship of the colonization where we can't get rid of the disease has happened and it is still had any furniture. I mean we spend an hour and a half this morning early this morning on wailing out another listener. J. Ron Welcome. Welcome good to see you but yeah it's it's it's It's tough for our people generational trauma. It's still goes on continues absolutely now. Cash you people talking about your your generational trauma you know. Get over it. You know those people that's about that. Yeah well you know you insensitive prick a second of all you know your history as an American citizen. Shall We say you know? I've had those conversations on twitter and other places but you know and they they become laughable not sickening. But that's all I got. Thank you for joining us this morning on the show you every Friday. We have a loyal and wonderful listening audience. We do you guys. Just stay. Stay stay Villigen and say. Help me. Brother Diligent and diligence both of those things together. Relevant to your safety your health okay. Because they're they're obviously very very big problem. Going on right now does not exaggerating it by any stretch of the origination in ignoring it. Just be careful wash hands and stuff like that and you know if there's any other stories that you want to contribute to the problem especially if they're out of any country would like to hear about them we'll post them on our facebook page and other places on twitter but But until next week as we say you guys against stay safe and everything else and we appreciate your listening my name is Michael kicking better. I am from the community. Known as the Mashantucket Pequot tribal nation. And where did they of safety and health and safety towards absolutely run with police over there? He is David Gray Al from the Cherokee tribe Alabama. Thank you we always welcome you. These sakes gone by email the show please refer to its hosts wilderness native opinion dot COM Voice Mellon zero eight hundred five nine five either way to work and we appreciate all the feedback that we get perks. You guys have a great week and We will talk to you Saturday. Take Care Bye bye.

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