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Miranda Devine: FBI Tracked Conversations to Cover up Hunter Laptop
"So eventually he contacted many months later Rudy Giuliani by email gave him chapter in verse screenshots of material on the laptop and the FBI knew the laptop was real They knew that John Paul Mac Isaac was a legitimate guy and so they were pre warned about this story that was going to come out involving Joe Biden from the material on hunter to laptop And they also would have had access to my messages with Rudy Giuliani in October in which they would have found out that the post was working on the story roughly when we were going to publish and roughly what we were going to be publishing So they had a good reason if they wanted to bury this story to pre bunker with the social media platforms And the other part of this that a lot of people haven't picked up But James baker who is the former general counselor in top lawyer at the FBI 5 months before the 2020 election he gets parachuted into Twitter Their top lawyer So he's still there And so you know when Elon Musk authorized the Twitter files to be jumped on Friday there was one thing missing and that was FBI involvement
Miranda Devine: FBI Tracked Giuliani's Opposition Research on Biden
"One of the other components of this story that's being squashed by the media And one that I think is explosive as well is that the FBI was watching Rudy Giuliani's traffic likely in live time through some through a warrant to spy on his iCloud So when Rudy Giuliani who had this information about the Hunter Biden laptop the FBI almost had like the defensive and offensive playbook for the other team in advance So then they go out every time they're watching Giuliani probably send a message whether they're getting it in live time or on delay and they essentially know what the political oppo research on Joe Biden's going to be and then they go to the tech companies and squash it That's a part of this story that's strangely outside a conservative media been largely sidelined Yeah Amazing curiosity from the rest of the media from the left wing media because of course they're all in the tank for the Democrats and it's embarrassing to them because not only did they run the Russia collusion hoax and get political for it they then kiboshed our Hunter Biden story and have had to reluctantly a year or two later sort of admit that it was right And so we know that the FBI was spying on Rudy Giuliani throughout 2020 Of course Rudy Giuliani at that stage was had been the personal lawyer of Donald Trump So this covert surveillance warrant began a month after he took that job And then they would have had access to the emails in August of 2020 from the computer pay shop owner John Paul Mackay Isaac who had given the FBI Hunter Biden's laptop And he was concerned that the FBI had not really treated his national security concerns
A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent
"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 8 versus 5 through 11. When Jesus went into capernaum, a centurion came up and pleaded with him. Sir, he said, my servant is lying at home paralyzed and in great pain. I will come myself in cure him, said Jesus. A centurion replied. Sir, I am not worthy to have you under my roof. Just give the word in my servant will be cured. For I am under authority myself and have soldiers under me, and I say to one man, go, and he goes to another, come here, and he comes. To my servant, do this, and he does it. When Jesus heard this he was astonished and said to those following him, I tell you solemnly, nowhere in Israel have I found faith like this, and I tell you that many will come from east and west to take their places with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob at the feast in the Kingdom of Heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?
Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House
"To be thankful for this week. Including Anthony Fauci, no longer being in our government. Now I haven't seen the last of Anthony Fauci. I got to tell you. We got to get him back in front of Congress. We got to get this leadership fight figured out. We got to get committees filled, and then we got to start sending subpoenas out like frisbees. To every single one of these people. Fauci gave his final message today at The White House play cut 69. So my message and my final message may be the final message I give you from this podium is that please, for your own safety for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you're eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community. This guy never stops. Paid to you by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Fauci continues. He says the real danger is those of us that have not been vaccinated. Play cut 72. In vaccinated and unboosted versus vaccinated plus boosted. That doesn't mean you shouldn't get boosted, but the real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. So that's where we expect if we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to, yeah, if you see a problem, it's going to be the unvaccinated people. Doctor Anthony Fauci is the worst of the fourth branch of government. There has to be a mandate for this new Republican House of Representatives. To put on full display the lying the cheating, the stealing the deceit. The self enrichment. Of Anthony Fauci.
'American Injustice' Author J.P. Mac Isaac Is Getting the Truth Out
"Think people are going to learn in this book when they get it? And the book, by the way, is American injustice, my battle to expose the truth. Well, I think it should be a cautionary tale. There's two stories that I think the more important story is not revolving around a guy with a drug problem and a sex addiction that left three laptops at my shop are one laptop in my shop. I think the story is more of this is what happens when our mainstream and social media collude with our federal agencies that have been weaponized politically. And this is the outcome. And they decided to block my story, replace the narrative with this Russian collusion. And push that on to the American people. And they took away my opportunity to tell my story. So this book allows me to tell the story. They can't shadow ban this book. They can't block it on YouTube. So this is my story and my effort to get the truth out.
J.P. Mac Isaac Tells Us What He Found on Hunter Biden's Laptop
"Us now is John Paul mcisaac, John, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on the show. So John, tell us the story for those people that haven't heard. How did you come across Hunter Biden's laptop? Well, on April 12th, 2019, hunter Biden came into my shop with three liquid damage laptops. I was able to check in one, two, I left with him. That one laptop when I checked it in and performed a data recovery. That's when he came in for it. He didn't come in for a repair. He came in for a data recovery. So I was kind of forced to recover the data manually recovered, verify it. That's what I realized that there was a lot of homemade porn and drug use. But I also saw some other documents that were kind of a concern. It showed a lot of exchange. And the exchange of a lot of money and then ultimately I would discover that that was a lot of money in exchange for access to the office of the vice president. Now, there are some speculation that on the laptop there was illegal forms of pornography. Can you speak to that? You know, I've never felt really comfortable about talking about the actual contents of the laptop with anybody other than people of authority and the authorities. I can say that the 80,000 images of CP that were reported to be on the laptop, that's false. There is some, there's some disturbing images that are revolving family members, and I'll just leave it at that. Okay,
Why Couldn't Catherine Herridge Verify the Hunter Laptop Sooner?
"I want you to listen to the process by which Catherine herridge says they verified the laptop And I want to ask you a simple question as you're listening to this What is it that they did now with this suspicious timing that they could not have done 769 days ago to verify this story What is it Tell me one thing Take a lesson These House Republican investigations are coming and that could be a challenge for The White House as we head into 2023 and 2024 The laptop data we had analyzed showed no evidence it was faked or tampered with Digital forensic investigator Mark lanterman was previously a member of a Secret Service electronic crimes task force There was one thing that got my attention and that was a voicemail spatter called and turned out in the world I kind of get some help That voicemail apparently from Joe Biden during his son hunter's drug addiction is one of many findings lanterman used to authenticate what is believed to be Hunter Biden's laptop data Your confident based on your analysis This is Hunter Biden's data and that it's real Yes This Delaware computer shop is where the laptop's backstory begins Their records indicate in April 2019 Hunter Biden took his laptop in for repair Okay What part of that you've now heard this story That's the CBS breaking news story What part of that could not have been done 769 days ago What part The secret serve former Secret Service guy Who worked on the electronic crimes task force Well what part of that The laptop repairman John Paul Mack Isaac who we had him on about his book yesterday American injustice which flew up the chalk yesterday by the way Thank you for picking that up You couldn't have gone and talked to him
John Paul Mac Isaac: Biden Asked for Laptop Back Day Before News Leak
"Just to get to the point where you have this Eureka moment where you're saying yourself my gosh this is the son of the president here You see this Beau Biden of course was Hunter Biden's brother who is deceased through the brain cancer now You see this sticker on the laptop And you put two and two together saying to yourself like you said it's not unusual for deceased family emergency command and want to retrieve data off computers But you figure out it's the sun Are you thinking to yourself at this point I mean I think this is a question a lot of us have John Paul What kind of an idiot does this with all this compromising data I mean that's that you're a smart guy That has to have occurred to you at some point immediately when you figured out who he was All I can say to that is drugs are a horrible thing And the commission that he was in when he dropped it off I'm surprised that if he remembers the interaction I know he has to remember the interaction because his lawyer called me up the day before the post ran the story asking for the laptop back
John Paul Mac Isaac: Hunter Never Paid Discounted Data Recovery Bill
"When he came in I know you just kind of alluded to it but can you tell obviously that he was not in the right state of mind putting it delicately Was it obvious the minute he walked in the store Yeah I was pretty obvious He had some mobility issues and the smell of alcohol proceeded him before he actually reached the counter Again when I saw the sticker I just assumed he was still in mourning His brother's death was I think a year and a half prior maybe two years prior So I figured this was an emotional time for him And I felt bad for the guy I mean I'm a Scotsman I don't cut deals but normally I charge $200 for data recovery And I felt bad for the kids so I charged them 85 which he never paid
John Paul Mac Isaac Did Not Initially Recognize Hunter Biden
"Congratulations on the success of the book I think the story needs to be told again folks it's called American injustice You should pick it up today It's his story of dealing with this Hunter Biden fiasco which the John Paul you did not ask to be part of this You were going about your work in a store you run you're the sole proprietor from what I heard you say on Fox this morning And a guy walks into your store and you didn't immediately recognize him as Hunter Biden correct Correct Yeah I have a visual impairment So I can't really see too clearly past about four feet Right And I heard you say as well this morning that you weren't you really didn't care that much about the Biden family to go looking up what his family members look like and I thought that was a pretty good line I was listening to you on with my buddy Bill hemmer this morning So there was no incentive for you to for you to react any differently than you would have to any other customer when he walked in correct No you know and it's not the first time customers have come in with deceased family members devices seeking to get the memories recovered off those machines And when I saw the Bo Biden sticker foundation sticker on one of the laptops that's what I assumed It wasn't until the next day and after verifying the data that I realized that these were in fact hunters laptops and then after his father announced his candidate candidacy for the presidency I realized that well I was in danger because there was a lot of compromising stuff on that laptop and I knew somebody was going to come looking for it
Was Coolio Killed Because of a QAnon Conspiracy?
"I watched a video the other day of Coolio. And he's talking like crazy, late at night. And it's said to be the last video he ever made, and in it, he talks about that old tale how celebrities feast on adrenochrome gives them life. It makes them glow. It's almost like immortality. Late night night late in 2020, there was a report that a dangerous conspiracy theory was being spread by supporters of the right wing group QAnon. About a drug called adrenochrome. And this conspiracy theory is still the center of a lot of curiosity. A lot of people believe it, I personally don't. The story goes that adrenochrome is being harvested by liberal elites from the blood of kidnapped children. You know, sometimes we saw these artists all these Tony Podesta, the old guy in Obama's cabinet, Obama's confit not what have you. These guys had artwork that seemed to have always images of babies and blood and there's that one artist Abramovich who does a lot of blood work in her artwork and includes babies as well. Just then there was also the pizza connection, you know, with the kids, there's a tunnel under the pizza shop. It goes so far and so deep. The theory is that liberal eats kidnap and chuck this blood, this adrenochrome out of the children. So supposedly it gives them a psychedelic experience and even holds the promise of immortality for those who take it. It may sound absolutely ridiculous. But the adrenochrome conspiracy theory has now made its way far beyond those people who sit at their computer with Bloodshot eyes, scouring YouTube all night. Now it's in mainstream culture. Even Dr. Phil had a woman on his show who claimed that her missing daughter had been kidnapped and tortured for adrenochrome. Now, as I said, I don't believe it, but Bernie Mac, the old comedian was somebody who brought that up in the past, then there was that crazy man. Isaac Kathy, who people who listen to my show, know all about him. He terrorized Hollywood for a few months a couple of years ago with stories of pedophilia and adrenochrome and how, you know, all these tippy top Hollywood people are on it, and now there's a video of Coolio saying much the same thing. The one thing all those guys have in common, they're all dead now. So some people are drawing a line between wait a minute. They all talked about adrenochrome, and now they're all dead. They must have gotten killed. They must've gotten whacked.
Live updates: Biden joins other world leaders at reception
"As more and more foreign dignitaries arrive in London ahead of the queen's state funeral many of them went to pay their respects to the late monarch President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were among thousands of mourners to enter Westminster hall where the queen's coffin lay in state Biden made the sign of the cross and put his hand to his heart as he stood quietly by her caskets as he signed the queen's book of condolences the president told reporters how he felt about her as a person Decent honorable And all about service He even said she reminded him of his own mother She had that look like are you okay Anything I can do for you what do you need And then also make sure you do what you're supposed to do Other dignitaries to sign the book were Israeli president Isaac Herzog was truly majestic and she truly personified the world the word majesty Canadian president Justin Trudeau said he remembered her as a child I first met her majesty when I was 7 years old and her presence throughout my life had been constant inspiring and graceful Karen Chammas London
Rays start 9 Latin American position players, rout Jays 11-0
"Yandy Diaz and Isaac paredes Homer and Shane mcclanahan went 5 innings as the raised demolished the Blue Jays 11 nothing at Rogers center Mclenna had coming off the 15 day injured list struck out 5 and gave up just three hits despite working his way through a 23 pitch first inning Felt like usually I can put it wherever I wanted I was struggling I was spiking fastballs I was home changeups I was I wasn't that wasn't doing a good job The wind keeps the razor half game back of Seattle and the Jays in the American League wild card race John let there be Toronto
Heat wave breaks in Southern California with spotty rain
"The wildfires in Southern California are feeling the lingering effects of what was hurricane K which quickly weakened into a tropical storm by the time it reached the state Right now there are 12 active wildfires since Cal fire's Isaac Sanchez and hurricane K helped battle blazes in the southern part of the state It did bring higher humidities and of course that's always a blessing when it comes to buyers But not in the north the mosquito fire near Sacramento so residents like Deborah fleeing We evacuated in my husband had two different shoes on While James Lowry stayed behind and was using a garden hose to spray down structures We've been fighting it all night My brother was right there last night when the fire jumped the line on mosquito Reggie came up on those streets And the flames were 300 feet in the air the trees were exploding The mosquito fire is the largest in California with over 33,000 acres burning as of Saturday morning and zero containment I'm Julie Walker
Did Harry Styles Spit in Chris Pine's Lap?
"The big story today, for real, did Harry Styles actually spit at Chris Pine during their premiere of their film, don't worry darling. At the Venice Film Festival. I can't believe all this juicy, I can't believe all this juice this little film is getting. And by juice, I mean PR. So there's this video circulating everywhere and stories about this night all over the newspapers and websites, et cetera. Harry Styles, who's finally wearing men's clothing, even though the shirt collar was way too big, looks like the ones that the clowns used to wear at bottom and belly circus, which I saw as a kid. Way too big, but I don't know it's in anymore. You know, I mean, can guys even tuck their shirts it anymore? And I mean, can they tuck their shirts into this skirt? Because men are now wearing skirts so much, you know, Oscar Isaac, Brad Pitt, more and more guys are wearing skirts. So I don't know what the etiquette is, but so he gets to his seat. And he's waving along to his adoring crowd, and as he sits, he turns to Chris Pine, Chris my staring straight ahead and clapping slowly, and people say he spits in his lap. And is this happens, Chris Pine is in mid clap, and then he stops and he kind of stares off into space. Personally, I didn't see any saliva. You know, my eyes aren't great, but even with my glasses on, I couldn't see really anything flat of his mouth that would have been gross. But that didn't stop this dumb little nothing of a nugget spread like wildfire.
Charlie Unpacks the Great COVID Pivot
"We're getting a lot of questions about how the big COVID rewind is happening COVID pivot. Isaac from North Dakota has a question. Charlie, how are they going to get away with this? We can't allow them to get away with it. They're running the hills. They are afraid. They're afraid of potential Nuremberg trials. They're afraid of accountability. This is Kareem Jean Pierre, just flat out lying. About this play cut one O four. Let's step back to where we were not too long ago when this president walked into this administration. How mismanaged the pandemic, the response to the pandemic was. How 47% of schools were in less than 6 months, our schools went from 46% to open to nearly all of them being open to full-time. That was the work of this president. The lies, the deceit, the lord will not honor this amount of treachery. So Korean Jean Pierre said 46% of all schools were closed. People might not remember because this is the strategy of the gaslighters and of the mockingbird media. But in August of 2020, I remember it 'cause I was there. Donald Trump did press conference after press conference with Betsy devos and with all the people around him defying Anthony Fauci saying that schools needed to be open in the fall of 2020. And then he was called a super spreader, a mass murderer, Gavin Newsom, and Gretchen Whitmer, and Lori Lightfoot, and Bill de Blasio. They all resisted it. CNBC dot com, July 30th. I remember this because I was there. Amanda's Orwell just pop out because it feels as if you watch these clips and without, I don't know, the Internet Archive, you feel as if you're losing your mind.
Dr. Stephen Iacoboni on Newton and Understanding Life
"Wrote about Newton in your book and Newton actually, it's one of the greatest tragedies in the history of science that Newton said that he was reading the mind of God and limiting what he said to pure mechanics and that he had no jurisdiction. I know ability to talk about living things in the way that Emmanuel Kant later said, of course not. Biology is inscrutable. What happened in the 19th century? About biology. There's a question. He knew a lot about mechanism. He knew a lot about a lot of things, but and so there's something called a Newton of the leaf, there's a famous quote where he said, never will there be an Isaac Newton who can describe the genesis of a single blade of grass. And so that's called the Newton of the leaf. And Kant is famous for a great quote, which actually pertains to telos. And you understanding life, he said, life is cause and effect of itself, meaning that everything else in the world that you make like a car or your battery or your phone is made by somebody else. Life makes itself. Life is self sustaining. And that's one of the fundamental differences of life. In other words, organisms don't need external agents to make themselves. Now they need food and water and they need an environment, but they reproduce themselves by themselves that reproduce themselves and they make themselves. So for example, the whole idea of AI replacing life is first, while you'd have to have an AI to think, which will never happen. But even if you did, it would have to reproduce itself to be life. And that's never going to happen, no matter what they say.
NY Post: Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman Says FBI Agent Threatened Him
"This is just breaking Literally just breaking New York Post Hunter Biden laptop repairman John Paul macisaac Says the Federal Bureau of Investigation an FBI agent threatened him to hush up This is by Miranda divine boy she good And Emily crane the computer repair shop owner who blew the whistle on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop claims in a new book that an FBI said in a new book that an FBI agent threatened him to stay silent John Paul Mack Isaac said two federal agents came to his Mac shop in Wilmington Delaware in December 2019 to recoup the laptop following a subpoena He details in his new book American injustice my battle to expose the truth Now let's just stop a second What damn businesses of the FBI is to get Hunter Biden's laptop back mister producer Why are they getting and getting the laptop for a hundred Biden And why are they getting the diary for Biden's daughter If it doesn't affect Joe Biden in any kind of a federal criminal way why is the top federal criminal law enforcement agency involved securing the laptop or that diary
"isaac" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"People. When we come back, I want to ask you more about your faith and your life. We'll be right back, folks. I'm talking to Jonathan Isaac, author of why I stand. Hey. Rock and roll is here to stay. It's better to burn out than to fade away hey there folks, Eric metaxas here. As you know, our friend and he's a real friend, Mike lindell has a passion to help everyone get the best sleep of their life, but he didn't stop by simply creating the best pillow now Mike has done it again by introducing his my slippers, my slippers, they're unbelievable. I know all about them, but I got to tell you for a limited time you will save $90 on each pair of my slippers. They're expensive. You can save $90. This blowout sale of the year won't last order. Now he's taken over two years to develop them. The mice slippers are designed to wear indoors and out all day long made with my pillow foam and impact gel to help prevent fatigue made with quality leather suede call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 use the promo code Eric. Or go to my pillow dot com click on the radio listeners square and use promo code Eric, the offer will not last long, so order now with promo code Eric at my pillow dot com or call 809 7 8 three O 5 7 809 7 8 three O 5 7. Hey there, I'm talking to Jonathan. Isaac, yes, I am. There he is. Jonathan Isaac, it's fun talking to you hearing your story. And the title of your book is why I stand. You've just been a heroic figure to so many people because it's so easy to go with the crowd. You hear this all our lives be your own man. Be your own person, but lately we have not seen so much of that. And so when we see somebody take a stand, literally or metaphorically, it's very, very important. I want to ask you about your story a little bit about growing up and how did you grow up? You grew up partially in New York and then you moved to Florida. Is that right? Yes, sir. I grew up in Bronx, New York till I was about ten and my parents split up and I went with my mom, my four brothers and sister and a left of Naples, Florida. And did you did you go to church every week? Was that important to your family? Or was that something? How did that develop in your life? Super important. So while we were in New York, my dad is like the holy ghost role that we were in church, it felt like every day we had to memorize whole songs to recite and church. It was intense, but it was fun at the same time, but for me growing up, it was more so tradition. It was what we did. It wasn't something that was tangible, you know, a real live relationship with Jesus. And so as you're growing up as a teenager, it was, I guess, less important to you. Right. And as I got to Naples, Florida, my mom would still have us to go to church from time to time, but it wasn't as drilled or as strict as it was when we were with my dad in New York. And I also have found basketball. And so finding basketball kind of stole my attention and I really started to shape my identity and who I was by the basketball player I was on top of wanting to experience experience everything that the world had to offer..
"isaac" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Back. I'm talking to Jonathan Isaac author of why I stand NBA star who, in my opinion, is most notable for his standing against the crowd when everybody says you gotta do this, gotta do this. By the way, we're both born in the same city. You're born in The Bronx. I was born in Queens. So we're New Yorkers by birth. Of course I'm here now. But you also have an opinion that I think is similar to mine on the vaccines and the mandates. Can you talk about that because Rolling Stone magazine lied about what you said? I mean, we're living in such difficult times that we have to stand up to not just pressure, but to people actually lying about us. Yeah, and that was the second thing that kind of brought me to the forefront and both the standing in the bubble and the vaccine was so much about not wanting to be pigeonholed to someone's agenda, someone's own narrative and being free to make decisions for yourself and say, this is the way that I feel about this. And so after I left the bubble, I'm rehabbing my ACL and then we're getting ready to go into the next season and there are all of these protocols and things that have to go during the NBA because of the COVID. And then the vaccine is being developed and everyone's talking about needing to get the vaccine, there's pressure from the league to get their players vaccinated, pressures from our staff. And I'm kind of holding out tailing, you know, everybody else is getting vaccinated, they asking me, when are you going to get vaccinated? And I'm just like, I'm not going to get it at this time. And before you get into that, I know why I didn't get it. What were you hearing? Because to me, that is pure wisdom, a healthy 20 something year old. The idea of getting a vaccine is insane. And everybody's telling you, no, no, no, no, no. You got to get this. It's kind of amazing. The medical establishment is telling you, no, no, no, you got to get this. What had you heard or what brought you to a place where you knew this was not a good idea? Well, I had just paid attention. I paid attention to the 99.97 survival rate. I paid attention to people not being able to talk about natural immunity, not being able to talk about adverse reactions and side effects to the vaccine and being completely shut down, being canceled all these different things. You have the whole Joe Rogan Ivermectin thing going on. It didn't, it didn't make me comfortable. And so looking at myself and I had even spoken extensively to a doctor that I had met on Twitter. He's the UCLA. He was the UCLA ethics professor or something like that. And he was fired because he wouldn't take the vaccine. And so for me, it was saying, look, I'm young, I'm healthy. I'm in the best shape of my life. I don't have any comorbidities. I already had COVID in the past and was fine and recovered. I don't see the wisdom in putting this into my body. Possibly having an adverse reaction and still getting the still getting COVID and passing it on later because it didn't stop infection or transmission. And so I said, you know what this thing isn't for me and then the real stick in the role was seeing people's religious and medical exemptions denied people losing their jobs. It was like, man, they're not going about this the right way. It doesn't make somebody comfortable to do what they're asking them to do..
"isaac" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"On July 31st. I got to read my notes. July 31st, 2020, Orlando Magic starting forward, Jonathan Isaac, who's my guest. He was the lone NBA player, not to kneel for the national anthem amid a league wide demonstration in support of black lives matter. So to me, he's a hero. He took a lot of blowback for that. He's written a book about it called why I stand and here he is. My guess, Jonathan Isaac, welcome to the program. My man, thank you so much for having me. Glad to be here. Listen, so many people have just been so, so proud of you because at times like these, standing up for what you believe in is not a small thing. So I want to know your story. What brought you to that moment? Now I know you write about it in the book that I have here called why I stand. But how does Jonathan Isaac get to be the kind of a person who dares not to kneel when everybody says, oh, you got a nail. You got an eel. What brought you to that point in your life so that you are starting forward for a huge NBA team and you decide that you're going to take a stand literally. Well, I'm glad that you said that so much of it is in the book. And so it's a pretty long story and a long journey at that. And so I won't be able to go into everything, but what makes it significant is that much of my life growing up and even in college, I was not the person who would have ever dared to stand out in any way at all. I struggled severely with anxiety, fear, self insecurity, when I was the number one player in the state of Florida at Ford estate university. I was on anxiety medication to play and to practice. And it wasn't until I started to develop a relationship with Christ on where I started to find my identity in him and grow in that way.
"isaac" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Guest ahead. Let me start out by saying on July 31st. I got to read my notes. July 31st, 2020, Orlando Magic starting forward, Jonathan Isaac, who's my guest. He was the lone NBA player, not to kneel for the national anthem amid a league wide demonstration in support of black lives matter. So to me, he's a hero. He took a lot of blowback for that. He's written a book about it called why I stand and here he is. My guess, Jonathan Isaac, welcome to the program. My man, thank you so much for having me. Glad to be here. Listen, so many people have just been so, so proud of you because at times like these, standing up for what you believe in is not a small thing. So I want to know your story. What brought you to that moment? Now I know you write about it in the book that I have here called why I stand. But how does Jonathan Isaac get to be the kind of a person who dares not to kneel when everybody says, oh, you got a nail. You got an eel. What brought you to that point in your life so that you are starting forward for a huge NBA team and you decide that you're going to take a stand literally. Well, I'm glad that you said that so much of it is in the book. And so it's a pretty long story and a long journey at that. And so I won't be able to go into everything, but what makes it significant is that much of my life growing up and even in college, I was not the person who would have ever dared to stand out in any way at all. I struggled severely with anxiety, fear, self insecurity, when I was the number one player in the state of Florida at Ford estate university. I was on anxiety medication to play and to practice. And it wasn't until I started to develop a relationship with Christ on where I started to find my identity in him and grow in that way..
"isaac" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Isaac say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. What up fire nation? I'm so excited to be here, brother. Thank you so much. Well, you know, when I was thinking about this question, the first thing that came to my mind was that I was in special needs to take tests. I was diagnosed with ADHD dyslexia and what a lot of people don't know is that just three years after me being on medications, being in special needs, having ADHD and dyslexia, I was picked by my dean to get on the national dean's list, which is the only student in the school to be able to be picked for that, which is a huge honor. And there's only a few thousand people in all of America that get on that list. So I felt super honored to be able to do that. And I just kind of highlights the transformation that I had from brain fog to high performance that we're going to be talking about today. Well, thank you for sharing that because I've known you for years now and I actually never knew that about you. So I think that's really cool of you to share that super vulnerable. And fire nation, just something to really think about as we go through this audio masterclass today because doctor Isaac Jones, myself, everybody who you look at and are seeing what they're doing either online or just in life itself. We've all been on a journey. We all have this journey and I don't care how successful you are financially in your business, how much your peers may look up to you. Whatever it might be, if you don't have your health and wellness dialed in and squared away, then you're not really going to be able to achieve a full life contentment. I mean, I've experienced.
"isaac" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"Heard about this since I was 18. Great, great. So following the philosophy I was describing of engaging people in health promotion through fun we created a platform with video clips with professional actors, basically enacting some struggle in their lives, interpersonal problems, occupational problems, weight issues, so we followed these characters. It's like a mini soap opera. You might say. In which the characters have a dilemma of a challenge, they use certain strategies that we propose in the intervention. And then there is some kind of resolution. And the participants play video games, we created videos and self reflection exercises and games. All in an effort to learn health and wellness schemes through fun and joy. So we teach, for example, people, and their behaviors. We teach people how to set a goal and how to create a positive habit. And their emotions, we have a module on emotions. How to nurture positive emotions and how to manage negative emotions. And the thoughts with each people how to challenge negative assumptions about themselves and how to write a new story a new narrative about themselves. With each people about interactions, how to connect with others and how to communicate. So there are a lot of skill building in this platform. All takes about 12 hours to do. But even if you engage with it for about two and a half hours, our research team found statistically significant improvements in all the I coped the mains of well-being that I was describing earlier. So yeah, we subjected these to two randomized control trials and we've had a number like I don't know 12, 15 papers published on it. This is amazing, Isaac. I love the work you do so much. I'll leave with a quote of yours. You say psychologists, especially positive psychologists must be very careful not to be complicit in the move to interior rise well-being. I really hope this podcast today helps people listening if they're in the field of pop psychology and if they're not, you know, they're just thinking about well-being generally to include more contextual factors that you're talking about and incorporate this need to matter in their own models of human thriving. So thank you so much for the work you do. It's so important for the field. Can't we to release this episode? Thank you so much for.
"isaac" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"Today it's great to have Isaac Palau tansky on the podcast. Isaac holds the inaugural Irwin and Barbara Martin chair in community well-being at the university of Miami. He has published 12 books and over a 140 articles in chapters. His interests are in the promotion of well-being in individuals, organizations and communities. And in the integrations of wellness and fairness, his most recent book is how people matter why it affects health, happiness, love, work and society, co authored with his wife, doctor ora, parallel to doctor pillow tomsky, it is so great to have you on the psychology podcast today. Thank you for having me, it's a pleasure. I wanted to have you on the show for a long time. The topics you study are so essential to the world, of course, to society to politics to lots of other things, but also the field we both work in positive psychology. So I thought we could go through a lot of your work and link it to these other things that I just mentioned. Great. Great. Okay, let me start off by asking you what your own conceptualization of well-being is. Well, in my view, well-being is multi dimensional. And my research team and I developed a multifaceted conception of well-being which we summarized in the acronym I cope. I interpersonal community occupational physical psychological and economic well-being. And in our view, this model of well-being pays more attention to contextual factors than maybe other models like the spire model by talent or the permanent model by seligman, which is very well known. So we felt that we needed to emphasize more the interaction between internal factors like psychological well-being and external factors like occupational and community well-being, which have a huge impact on how we feel. So in other words, our framework is a highly contextualized. Yeah, that is, believe it or not, not to you, but to others, that's pretty novel. The whole history of well-being research and thinking, even going back to the humanistic psychologist, which I'm a big fan of, but a lot of people try to present people have criticized Maslow's ideas of self actualization as being too individualistic. Now, they're not aware of his more recent attempts on a recent today. But towards the end of his life, recent attempts to bring in community and bring in ideas of transcendence and synergy with the environment, but still that idea of self actualization still has a very individualistic feel to it, doesn't it? Yes, I agree. So in the field of positive psychology, I feel the research risk of what I call your realization of well-being, you know, making it all about the interior, what happens underneath the skin. But yet at the same time, we're very aware of the impact of interpersonal well-being. You know, we know that social support, emotional support, they connectivity with other people, is hugely influential in our own well-being. So thinking about community well-being of you patient will be just an extension of something that we know very well from psychology. The impact of it early forms of attachment, secure attachment, bonding with your Friends, friendships, dear relations, et cetera. So in a way, it's just an extension of that. It goes if we think about bronze membrane ecological models, you know, we go from the person to the family to the school, the community, the church. All the way to the nation. And social policy. So I think it's really important to think about well-being. As seating residing at the nexus of all these spheres of influence. And in recent work with then we realized that if we think about well-being as an outcome, you know, people want to be happy. So let's consider that's an outcome. So we ask ourselves, what are some of the anticipation of that well-being or happiness or health or mental health? And we found two interesting effectors predicting happiness and well-being, which has to do with the environment. And one is fairness. To what extent do you experience fairness in your relationships at work in the community, so fairness has a direct impact on the level of wellness so to speak. So fairness in box wellness, but it's also mediated by our feeling valued by other people and having an ability to add the value. So in other words, the more I feel respected, treated fairly, treated with dignity, the more I feel valued. And the more I feel valued, the happier I become. And but it's not just about feeling valued. It's about giving me a opportunity to add value. So when I am in a context like work or school, where people build on my strengths when people feel that I have something to contribute and I encourage the expression of assets, my happiness also goes out. So fairness in a way in a way, predict feeling valued and adding value. And these two.
"isaac" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Six seven and eight sellers to learn to improve their profits and create a valuable seven figure business or even better. Today we are talking with isaac kuhlman and we are talking about metrics really. So is the expert in that. He's from real coaching today..
"isaac" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"I'm negative. I'm gonna make jokes then you're going to be negative and make jokes and then i'm going to be negative and make jokes and it's really toxic and you are going to be going down under and the next thing you know. It's like you know they consider that we'd is the gateway drug and in for my own personal experience here. What happens is might be at a party and somebody might pass you joint and then from there. You're going to see somebody else do something even worse and then they're going to try to influence you and you have to have the basically self awareness in the confidence in yourself to say no. I'm not going to do that. And like it or not. That's how the world is. The world is not like sunshine and rainbows. It is tough it is rough and it is a lot of times what you make it. Based around or based on the circumstances that you put yourself into so hang out with the right people people who are going to build you up rather than break you down talk about business rather than talking about casual hookups talking about succeeding and building a life for yourself rather than what are you doing. Next saturday bro. You know like no you need to actually do things in talk to people that are conducive to your success. Finding people who have more success than you and studying what they have going on. Yes it is okay to play games. It is okay to go traveling. Spend some time with friends. But if you're not doing the things throughout the week during the other days that you're not hanging out with friends that are building towards your next level. Then you're going to really be missing out on a lot of opportunities and falling behind not falling behind in particular to where other people are at life. But you're falling behind on where you want to be in your own life because of the expectations that you've set for yourself play that back really really quick and so guys how..
"isaac" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
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"isaac" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"How do you keep yourself focused. Despite all the crazy things happening in the world. Let me ask you a question. What things are going on right What what things are going on. That are preventing you from going after building your own economy if we're in a recession that doesn't mean that. I'm in a recession. That means that the economy's in recession if we're gonna pandemic that doesn't mean that i'm gonna pandemic that means that everybody else who's focusing on the news is in a pandemic and here's the thing i'm not saying to disregard was happening in. What is going on around the world today in an act of you. I don't care but understand that there are a lot of things regarding what is going on right and it would probably create a lack of confidence in you about a variety different things where the government whether that's healthcare providers whether that's the people around you and you cannot control a lot of it you can't control you can only control the things that are in your current circle your arms reach. If it is outside of your arms reach you might be able to influence something and cause ripple effects but at the end of the day if you're focusing dwelling and everything around you and the uncertainty then you're taking away from yourself the things that you should really be doing today. You are directing in diverting your focus towards something that is not going to result in a benefit to you so that means that yes all the crazy things are happening in the world but just because something is happening out there to that person doesn't mean that it has to affect you the entire point of getting into business into doing these things is to build yourself to get to this point in the situation life to where you can help those around you without having to deplete your own energy you start out with one hundred percent at just like you're charging your phone and by the end of the day you open up more apps you have more interactions you do more things you work longer hours you work out etc etc that one hundred percent is going to decrease down to ten percent and zero percent and then you have to recharge for the night fantastic question and then finally. This is from alycia on instagram. What should i do in my early twenties. You should have experiences now. Look i'm not gonna tell you to go out and get a job and all this other stuff and you know to not go to college. You have to make these decisions for yourself. But here's what i can tell you. I can tell you that you have to experience and you have to put yourself out there. You have to develop yourself as an individual man or woman as a person needs to be investing in a lot of personal development. You need to be reading more books. You need to be listening to more podcasts. You need to be targeting these areas of your life that you know you need improvement on..
"isaac" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"But regardless you know. He's chipping away at the marble. Shaping this piece of rock in the image that he had in his mind and that's the same thing i did with myself and to be specific mitchell. I put myself in situations that were extremely an excruciatingly uncomfortable in to this day. I oftentimes sleep better. If i am on the floor then if i am on the bed now i'm not saying that you have to throw away your pillows and throw away your bed and everything else in sleep down but if you want to experience being uncomfortable hand you need to be able to put yourself in situations such as that whether that is working out something that i have been falling short of over the past year that i'm finding that strengthen rebuilding my own confidence because confidence isn't always lasting. Sometimes it can disappear if you're not continuously practicing the formation of confidence and what i mean by that is if you're not working out if you're saying hey. I'm going to get to the gym tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow. Eventually your own confidence in your physical wellbeing and your mental discipline starts to decrease in shrink. But you can see that. Your confidence is building in other areas. That you're devoting time to find the things that you need to develop confidence and and make dedicated effort and take action every single day to become more confident and if we are to talk about the conversation of confident in the unknown specifically targeting and specifically. But i'm trying to target a couple of different points about all of these different questions because they're greats and i love this format. Actually so if you're concerned about what's going to happen tomorrow with my business with my life with my bills with my relationship you need to stop thinking about.
"isaac" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"Hey what's going on jack. I just came across your profile dude. Not trying to so you but i saw that you love coffee. I saw that you're in the dallas area. I would love to learn a little bit more about what you got going on. I'm actually looking to go to dallas. I'm actually a huge fan of coffee myself. And this really varies based off a situation and based off of what the person has in their profile and it also varies if this is in person or virtual and for the sake of this question let me go to address the digital one. It's all about finding an area based off of their profile that you can connect with them on right if they are a coffee drinker if you see them working behind a computer in a starbucks if you see them with an iphone or if you see them with an android or a mac book you can connect with them on the minute level right and so you're saying hey man. I see that. You're recently working in starbucks man man. I wish that i had the ability to go out and do that right now..
"isaac" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"How many special episode today and it is a q. And a. format episode. This is something. I've never done before but it's something that i figured was necessary to answer some questions. And so what i did last week was i made a post saying. Hey drop your questions. It could be covering business marketing sales. Whatever it might be or it could be even a personal question and i took a couple of the questions. I received a five of them. And i'm going to be answering them in this video video but it's also audio. This is both audio in video format of have the video of knee recording. Don't have anything planned out. You can go to youtube channel to watch that. If you're watching this video know what is going on. I see you right over there so let me go to dive right in. But before i do. I want to go in and discuss the fee now. The fee isn't monetary. It's not me having to sell you a product or be an affiliate for a company. That i don't really believe in it. Is me asking you to share this episode and share chase division with a friend. A family member of business partner. Somebody that you think can get massive amounts of value just as much value as you got out of my content and on my words and pay for it. That's all. I'm going to ask them not running a bunch of advertisements and without further. Do let's dive right in. So i have five questions and this is coming from facebook twitter and instagram and the number one question. That i got was from bobby wheeler junior on facebook. He's a phenomenal life coach..
"isaac" Discussed on Teenager Therapy
"Years yeah. What's kind of funny. That i realized that i was growing up this kind of unrelated but quickly. Yesterday i went to a family party and like you know how usually they would like make you take pictures with the kids and stuff since i was eighteen. They're like oh yeah. You don't have to go. Oh did you feel offended. I wanna go. No i was like okay. Finally like steve back. How do you like normally interact like with your family parties like are you talking to everybody on just sitting there with my all. I want to do the same thing. You go there for the food on boring. It is boring tag. It's nice seeing everybody though just like interact with each other. So i hadn't seen everyone like four years also four. You did it feel seen them a gash like them. I don't reckon there are like fifteen now will always lots of cousins your age or cousins or my cousin fourteen. Fifteen fourteen fifteen. It's way to think that fourteen. Fifteen your avon itself is not your age today at the mall a guy do this man like to me. It was like what size are you. I'm like i'm like a medium and then he was like okay. It's because i have a fifteen year old son he's like the body is like okay. I got know. I know i wasn't mad. I was just like. I was just like thinking about how i look so young. And you know. I don't want to. I want to look my age eighteen. I don't know this guy. Eighteen twenty three. He does he looks like one thousand nine hundred nineteen. Why gross usually look you look very sophisticated because of the fit and then the guitar tommy like online twenty-three studying on nog you like i'm twenty going to barista only studying here. I could see that as i know you guys. I didn't know you held. I think you always think like. How do you look to other people. Like if i just saw isaac like walking around in a weird that i know isaac. He's just around the mass dude. Like in this house for like everyone's around the dude like you just walked. Could it be walking around and be like. Oh that's he's walking. But instead i'm like on that size of email me i know you assets. That's weird weird. I was also thinking How similar i feel like our life paths have been like we it somehow has joined together for everything for it's like we had the same opportunities but like when like if one said yes like what would it have anyone unless they know 'cause like we both could on japan we both were in fucking japanese. We both were antennas. We both gone to berkeley. Because of you said yes and i said no do this. This will change the time line like if you wet dinning like oh how different like those two paths japan. We would have been in the group. You're different life path. Through isaac prepared only really weird really like almost the same prison like two different choices the butterfly effects anyways. We'll see what the next decision next nature. Except we both said yes getting a tattoo zoom no before you guys before then what. Oh that getting a fencer secret. I never wanted a motorcycle. I guess that's yeah. Yeah what can you do is gonna be exciting berkeley. Because it seems like it's gonna be really hard. Are you scared kinda nervous. 'cause like everyone's fucking smart as long as i don't put that much pressure. We find true true stress myself out. Everyone's like yeah the double majors and shit like pro your freshman like under major with focuses on biomedical engineer. To get your engines and shit like the councils like no. You're not supposed to do but people in the chair like knobs looking to do it off. They want to start being warnings. That's like if you take this many units like something like that. Yeah good is in berkeley known for being like really really stressful. Yeah people drop off after out because people like underestimate the classes. 'cause after you come out of high school and you do good you expect it to be just as easy artists a tiny bit harder but it's like crazy yard hard evidence china take like double majors shit. Our prepare for them like their freshman year they drop out They stressed out real. But the i just gonna keep to myself. Because i don't wanna make any friends to have to rely on me where i got one hundred have to rely on emotional support like you're not going to actively put yourself out there now just say no And that's why. I was kinda like stressful. So yeah just mind your own business. Yeah especially since. I'm new there like why am i trying to look after other people to look after myself. I mean who knows you might find friends that like just on your friend with like 'support needed like they're good on their own out. No this was good though. I know you're going to school. Like one of the best in the nation so seems like everybody would be smart enough to like they themselves. But there's still so many people that i get into schools and like i really childish. They are so you gotta like he's talking me said that but yeah it's just i guess you just have to learn how to figure out how they are. Maybe dad paid for them to get in dallas crazy about the back door. Isn't that wild. That like backdoors out the uc's yeah they do. I just at private institutions. Cla i'm how long is enormous also cool when you go to university. You're like going to school with olympians. What my usc there's a of athletes and shit. That's just that's so exciting like just knowing that you're going to be surrounded by so many cool people and you know like who anybody is or what they've done or anything and i just think that's so exciting like meeting new people and just learning about that. Yeah i think it's so cool. And i'm just excited to interesting people. Everybody has done so much and like they want to do so much. It's gonna be cool to me. Everybody like Ambitious and you're listening to us. Yeah she likes story. I know an is really cool. Skinny exciting. Are you gonna come back birthday what you can do for you. Were they ever took like school around there. Yeah january right. Yeah during breaks. I don't even know what i'll do. I'll think about that. One for them around their necks. Christmas era next christmas. I'm a summer. Oc known next year probably won't come at all. Oh we yeah because okay. So you're you're only like how many years until you go abroad self anything. I think the only time it come back is like until was christmas. Now probably wouldn't come back. Depends if i want to do anything junior but like senior you ca sophomore year. I'm traveling abroad. The whole semester or wholesomeness select from august of next year to like december. I'm going.
"isaac" Discussed on Teenager Therapy
"Hey everyone welcome back teenage therapy. I'm gail kayla. I'm thomas i'm isaac work and welcome back to teen-aged therapy episode. One fifty two is this. If there's one fifth nodar my what i was gonna say if there's one fifty two episodes zamin is like our third year. Something bu- i don't think it is no no. We did extra episodes throughout the thing. Anyways welcome back to this. Very very monumental monumental money mentor. A mental episodes teenager therapy. It is the episode last. One with isaac. These aleve inside here. Where are you going. Isaac going to berkeley that in berkley. Where's that like. The city's called berkeley and san francisco. Berkeley in you know yeah. It's a long way long hours and hours away from us. So is if you're going to be a snob estate eight hours. Oh that's true. Yeah yeah. I was talking to like my doctor's appointment like ours is nothing people go out of state out of country so everything and more. Yeah i was away. So this is our last recording session with you know we're doing today. So have you see isaac in the next episode after this. That's also his last day is the same day so this is our last recording. Just teasing them. What is next for isaac. Are you going to pop in every once in a while. are you gone forever. And never the things we do online like our green rooms probably and stuff and personalities for how would you even do like you'd have to fly back here or drive. Imagine driving eight hours a week. Zero eight hour drive on a recycle. Oh my god. I'm sure we can visit him like that would be fun road trip every now and then we can bring equipment into san francisco. I've been once i think. No no no. Is your birthday january. Eighteenth guy never gets his birthday. You walk that is so good. Go so proud of you know what with dates and dissolved in birthdays. I kinda just guess whatever feels right. And just trust my intuition. Because i really haven't guessed seventeen or nineteen eighteen eighteen. He got. it is because it's so. Many people have like eight in their birthdays. Confuses me like marks like september. Twenty eight four twenty four. he's not twenty fourth and twenty fourth. It's like in foreign aid kind of makes sense. Whereas i i don't know i don't know august fourth or the six six well k. What's it called. They'll play those sorry about that going to berkeley flying. If you fly. I i did the math. It would be twelve year for you to fly back. We could get twelve hour. Imagine that yeah. What are you gonna come back during like christmas. Will we have christmas episode with. Yeah mukamal during christmas. Chinks giving out think it's worse. How halloween special. How some of the small saint patrick's day are you coming back for. Patch around with the july. Even get a day off the emphatic. Which no mike's birthday i'm katie. Oh yeah. I day thanksgiving. Don't you only get thanksgiving day off or something in college that whole week off. Do we think they always give a tiny weeks. Offer like vacations really nuts. I know i know christmas for sure like christmas for sure. 'cause that's when you take finals before it you have a whole month of what i i remember like my brother would be homelike basically an entire month i think time was just maybe going slower and you thought it was a month. I show like in the summer. Why is no one talking about the cost areas. Waste to talk about that. It was like serious like not being like literally. Yeah and the concert hall. This is not to say that it's not true but no one talking about this very real issue. It's up to us. The teenage podcasters lily. Nobody's talking about it so when you go to berkeley are you gonna introduce yourself as podcast. Golf the radar ideas. Like one person in my gp class who knows about the pockets. And that's really and they're going to tell. Everybody has to be pretty funny walking on campus cow. Yeah i'm pretty sure. Somebody on campus knows who you i got. I don't want just openly. Says it is just imagine. I mean little good fun back to us. If you don't have anything do icebreakers icebreakers. Hell something to talk about. it does for what. What's your professors. Like all right guys. I want to go around the room and get to know a little bit more break is and just. Have you guys feel really comfortable. Because i know a new experience for you guys. So how about we start with you. What's your name. Isaac isaac nice to meet you share three found with the class plea go to class. I like the first instinct. I'm gonna parkin's interesting shit. Ever only reason. I started this podcast well so we can have a fun. Fact thank you. I hate icebreakers. i think down. What are your fun. Backs fucked hot caster. I'm like motorcycles. Louis i watch enemy i i. i like. i've been to tokyo. Oh right house go those really good really great fun facts that you really need to take advantage of those major life experience. You have those of your front facts. Start thinking about your fun facts. Is it forgot that you went to like okay. Oh my god we will agree was june. I like anna sophomore. The summer of of before. I went to junior so you were like fifteen sixteen. It's sixteen allow in japan. That is wild sixteen. That sounds like you were really young. Eighteen.
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"My guest. Today is edward. Isaac dover isaac is a staff writer for the atlantic and author of the new book battle for the soul inside the democrats campaign to defeat trump last night. I congratulated donald. Trump offered to work with him on behalf of our country. She's actually wondering chino. There's this rise of populism happening around her. she doesn't quite understand it. She's talking to an adviser while flying on an airplane and saying i don't really understand what's happening. I can't quite grasp what what's going on around me and i think that was actually a very. We'll matic the problem. Tonight we are gathered to reclaim the sole of america. Joe biden is now officially the democratic nominee. What stood out to you after two days at this convention will it seems. The democratic party has finally settled on a strategy to be donald trump. I'm isaac ovarian them fighting to get out the truth of all the things that are happening in this country of ours. Sorry not sorry. Okay isaac thank you so much for being a part of the podcast. Let's just get right into it. You start the book at the very end of the clinton campaign as president. Obama is receiving reports of her defeat to donald trump. It like the realization of that defeat was slow. Incoming what was it. And why was it. Such a surprise to people on the inside. I think it was a surprise to be on the inside. For a lot of the reason it was a surprise people on the outside right like donald trump could be elected president of the united states..