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Devil in the Details?

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23:57 min | 11 months ago

Devil in the Details?

"Welcome to this week's episode of Blue Skies Strategy Groups Canadian podcast. What you need to know about this speak in Canadian politics? I'm Alison Fair and joining me this week. My colleagues Jeff Turner Camera Hallstrom and Neil Brodie Happy Friday everyone morning so we finally got all. The kids are back in Ottawa. Back to school and we kicked it off with the speaker of the House. A comments which I think all of us were quite surprised about We Will Miss Jeff Regan and then we had this speech from the Throne Jeff Let's start with you. Your thoughts on the overall overall content of the speech big day in Ottawa. Yesterday it is just Without a partisan hat on it's always really really sort of reassuring reassuring to watch. I think political science terms what we call the peaceful transfer of power in this case. It's transferring from the government to itself but we go through all this pomp and circumstance stance and we have these We have these protocols and these these sort of a royal prerogatives and all these things because it's a stabilizing force and I think it's always nice to step back in kind of appreciate that. Our system of government does a very good job of evening us out and finding compromises and that's a good segue into what what is this throne speech it is. It is a document intended to start the conversation on compromises and I think the biggest surprise at a top line fine. I wouldn't call it a shock but it's just something we weren't expecting as much of was a bit more specificity in terms of a few specific programs or or specific mentions I think this sort of wisdom going in was that the government was willing to Do what most own speeches do which is paint the sort of broad landscape of the challenges and opportunities facing the country in the years ahead and then proposing how to go about solving solving those and a majority contacts like we saw in two thousand fifteen with the throne speech of the incoming Trudeau government. Typically that that is a a rehash of the campaign platform and the game that everybody would play in. That would be. Hey where's that one platform item seems to have been forgotten and is that a signal that it has auden. was there anything forgotten in your point of view in this renting's forgotten because you you just simply couldn't put the liberal platform and the throne speech and pretend to be interested collaborating with other parties. Not because those things are anathema to those parties I think we saw. There's a lot of shared ground in particular with and EP Social the policy the Conservatives have been opening up much ground to share or a bridge to walk across. I don't think we'll get into that wanted. Eat Yup But we found out if if if there was an additional if there was a ninth were that said oil than Mr Blanchette wouldn't voting for this so I I think they struck balance so what. I was surprised to see us that there are a few more items in there which will lead into the budget conversation with those two potential partners. My sense is the government would prefer to work with the the the blocker back while on the budget But whoever wants to stand behind this throne speech as a declaration of values and priorities. I think every party can see some value in this the questions by these values in playing along politically and what we saw. Some people lead flexing last week because they know the block in the past the government is going to fall today but make no mistake. I mean the number one thing going. Into all of twenty twenty years the Conservatives can't go and find election right now they're leaders imperil And they're they're volunteer basin as a campaign organization would be in disarray. They had to go to the polls two months from now. I mean how many people are going to open volunteer. When you're going through internal party divisions the end EP has less than no money And fewer candidates and have had some serious bruising in different parts of the country although they are trying their best to show it the block wants to stick around as long as possible because their newly relevant relevant again so they they have an interest in sticking around to so and the Liberals have proven leader. uh-huh yes that's right exactly Cam Cam. Jeff brought in there. The word compromise is there enough in that throne speech and will allow the MVP to work with the Liberal Party government. Excuse me this is interesting because I saw your eyes go well couple of his comments commitment. This is interesting because I don't take too much talking. What leaders have to say directly after a throne speech a minority? Because let's face facts. It's just a in. The speech is a statement of high minded ideals for most part. Yes most people have a hard time to scream especially in a minority context. You don't want to get too specific specific and we saw that. There wasn't a lot of specificity. They're eating for a what was there wasn't like knock me over the head. I'm stunned to see this. They're kind of specificity. Starting points the for the MVP even Jagmeet Singh reply to it. Was You know what we wanted to see a bit more we want to see action with all deference prince to meet a throne speech is not where you see action. It's an a legislative piece after so this is part of the dance you see is that you can't seem to be too happy with what you've seen. You can't seem seem to be too upset. And where do you go with this. And Yeah one of the spanners in the works. Here is the fact that you have the block who are just it. I find interesting playing the role. The frankly you used to use Lusa play all the time where he just basically said. I know where I am. You know. You don't want to admit it but it reminds me of the debate us to say well. I know I'm not going to be prime minister to have you know the same right. It's the same kind of role where he can just kind of be how he is and you saw that yesterday. He's like well. I'm going to support it. So that forces everyone else to readjust fast and for the PA how you have to be to be pushing for the things you want to see without maybe pushing too hard. That's kind of the fighting this so I think in the end because the block lock isn't going to back the bill back. I think Mcginn little more room to go with but in the end. There's a lot of things in there that that frankly weren't in the liberal platform. I noticed right away. A federal minimum wage age increase. Something that he's called for a long time and and get heckled about over all the time because just how many people fall under the federal minimum wage get there was. You know there are things like that. And they're the MVP has called for. Okay you can say you've gotten something so there's a few more days to the peace of this as well as people need to kind of calm down the rhetoric a group of it. This is not one of these situations that we saw the last minority where you know where there are always opportunities where the tension was much higher. It's just not there right now. So yeah I heard he over like when we were listening to it yesterday and going over the words in the in the speech you You mentioned possibly that The the wording over handguns ends In in there might not get the reaction from the MVP that the Trudeau government might want the the reaction to past memories and experiences. I wish I could forget To be honest let's face it when it comes to hand when it comes to gun legislation nations general there's history and that's long registry in. Everything came with that and obviously the MVP when that was a big issue at the time it wasn't divisive issue within the caucus us and within the membership It's one of the one of those areas of get one of those cleavages. You could hit in if you really wanted to make life difficult on somewhat and when I when I read quote miles first reaction when I heard that then when I read a little more closely I looked exactly what was said. I Pol these enact handgun gun bandstand. EP called for that. This salt style. assault style rifle ban that something and even called for in the past and the idea of a buyback program. I wouldn't be a D- D did Nestle hit on those areas but again in a in a minority in a in a situation you look at these things are closely how might play out and I can see how constituents of certain MP's will react and the pressures that puts on them to act a certain way and just the unintended consequences. That could bring about. But what I will say is this is that Ah we saw this in the Harper government's because obviously the situation was very different. There wasn't a natural dance partner. You saw a lot more. I called poison pills throwing in their something that somebody had to swallow to get through which made it difficult and and created issues like that. You didn't necessarily see that. There is nothing in there that I would look at. Maybe outside of the The handgun ban for the Conservatives as like a poison pill that was. There's no way I could swallow this. So and so neil poison pill Was it specific enough for the conservative because Andrea Sherr when he afterwards was look quite angry once again and not too thrilled with the contents anti the speech I think sometimes people confuse anger with earnestness or or concern You know people people used to Say See that Andrew Scheer was to smiley and now they say too angry while you know what it's one or the other so Perhaps he's just trying to be more serious Listen Fund fundraising for the Conservative Party of Canada was never better than when we were fighting against the long gun registry That's crass politics but it's the truth Millions millions and millions and millions of dollars poured into the Conservative Party Beginning the day after the liberal government brought into effect the long gun registry Whether Mr Trudeau follows through on what he's placed in this In this speech from the throne regarding Firearm policy is is yet to be seen seen But if he starts down that road We will conserve party will be financially ready for the next election sooner than anybody else anybody else. Any other party in Canada With respect to the rest of the speech from the throne you know the old adage used to be the liberals campaign to the left and governed from the right right now. They're showing that. They are campaigning from left and governing even further left There's there's nothing in here that Sorry right there's not much in here. That appeals to a small C conservative voter The casual conservative supporter There's there's some long-overdue stuff concerns about indigenous health For One Easier access to family doctors Mental health standards in the workplace. That these are all good things That any can he can get behind But as far as a Cross Partisan support I'd be surprised if More than twenty conservative showed up for the vote. Or they're all gonNa vote against it one one of the other. So do you think because in watching the political show's afterwards And my F- My friend and former colleague Don Martin said you know in in all the eight years he he's been covering it in myself as well. We've never seen a throne speech that actually gets to specific. So why were the conservatives like Michelle rental looked like. She was about to a cry on television. Why did the curve conservatives and this is maybe a question for all of you if you're on the party in that in reading in the speech are you telling them to go out there and just be so dramatic on? It isn't a good thing for Canadians to see this drama after the throne speech when there's not too much details in the words start with you Neil. The opposition's Role is to oppose so no matter. You Know Mr Mr Trudeau could've come out and said he's going to increase pipeline capacity across the country by four times and He's going to make sure that every every family gets a a firearm subsidy or You know there's going to be roads built between EDMONTON CALGARY RED deer north battle furred and the Conservative Party. Still going to pose it. Because that's what they have to do. characterizing it as people crying overly overly emotional about it is i. Think a bit of a stretch But the the the message from The Liberal Party and Mister Trudeau and and miss freeland since October. Twenty second is we have to listen to all of all Canadians and we have to govern for all Canadians Canadians. And as I said are there. There's things in here that all Canadians can support which are good things but If if if those comments in the last thirty forty days were or going to speak more to conservatives. There's absolutely nothing here that speaks to large a couple of things first off before I came up. Here record. Tell was catching Mr Shears response the response to the throne speech in the House and he started off by talking about how Canadian sent a message. And how the prime minister said he'd heard the message and but then quickly went into but he obviously hasn't heard or taken it to heart of kind of paraphrasing. But then Mr Scherr continued on with commentary metairie which kind of also gave the impression he hadn't taken what happened to heart either because and I understand where he's coming from an agreement politics piece because there absolutely is that having been unofficial opposition piece that you have to you have to oppose. What's to a certain degree? I think the problem is is that it's remembering what it is you're dealing with and the devils come in the details. I think that's why when I watched the MVP response part of my concern was that you're getting too much into what's asking for details from this is not about details right. You're not gonna see that until until you see legislation here that's rising that's for sure it's the same same kind of thought. Well look yes you you need to show the happiest at the same time how far you go down that road and I think wanting to remember all this at everyone is frankly finding their own little battle right. Now and I think that's why for the for the government having a very nondescript throne speech worked because let's face face facts. We know that the Conservatives are going through some leadership challenges right now and let's face it the next real big vote outside yesterday. We'll be the budget and we don't know I know what the state of the conservative leadership will be at that point and that and that to me. That's where the rubber really starts to hit the road on this. But in the meantime it's one of these things where it's like. Look there's some there. There are things in that speech that I could easily see turning hard right on the on the MVP right away said about like Jeff made the point that the word toil was conspicuously absent but there was language is very clear about getting resources to market which means pipelines. We know that so what happens when and that actually starts hit the road and something extra Ford what's the MVP going to do or when it comes to the implementation like I know I already heard it from a couple new Democrats. The language on Pharma Care it didn't mention universal single payer. So what exactly does this look. Great again. So to me the devil's always in the details and that's where the fight really starts happened. So I I think the opposition parties need to kind of slow the role a little bit here and kind of wait for that piece to come. Jeff hearing the essence of your question. Try to stay contemporaneous with today and yesterday and people are welcome to disagree with me and especially people who may have a different weed. I'm getting this out of the way so that I can so who I can say my piece. which is I think in the risk for Mr Scherr in particular but Mr Singh is also dancing a fine line on this Canadians? Who are watching doing this? Because it's just been such a bruising kind of election campaign political times internationally and nationally are challenging. Canadians are tuned in and generally kind of frustrated with our political process. been so they're watching. I think closer than they may otherwise. And if if if I'm right and people as I said can disagree with it. I kind of see that the Justin Trudeau in the liberal. Government have made that pivot and it was quite a marked pivot two days after the election to kind of put away the really hot white hot rhetoric and and start to fill the role and duty of government as they are as they are entitled and want to do in the the campaign ended right and I think the risk that the conservatives in the end ep are are running right now is since October twenty second and up until today hey and perhaps for some weeks to come. The campaign is very much on like if I can paraphrase all of Andrews here it's like I can't believe thrones shouldn't have my whole platform in it. What the heck right right like? That's just ridiculous. Right and then missing is going on with a number of very specific items that are his platform and he has been telling people that I am here to deliver for you. That's fair there but all of these people are in its minority so we do know that the permanent campaign is an element of a minority government. But these two leaders in particular have been overtly the kind of electoral campaigning in this interim period as if the the full electoral campaign on and I I just I wonder under weather. Canadians are starting to see a difference. Evolving between these sort of opposition parties were continuing on that that higher pitch if I can put it that way rather other than trying to find into camps point the the common ground the working Taylor is GonNa come in twenty twenty. But that's the risk I see and I guess my only caution if I am looking forward and less than service because as I've said before and I believe I don't if they vote for one or two standalone pieces of legislation the next two years like that that is going to be about as much as they do. It's going to have to be right up their alley like a middle class tax cut. I mean if they don't vote for that bill on the premise that it gives does not attack people north of two hundred thousand dollars dollars. That's a pretty awkward political position yourself in. Maybe they'll be shared things around resource sector or other things but legislatively they're not going to be supporting much But on the end EP side they have to work they have to find centerpiece yesterday. They have to find the opposition. Nuts fit on the government bolts the whole the whole thing together because of the whole thing falls apart I would argue. The Liberal Party is in the best position to go into an election today versus everybody else And that's been sustained for a while and so if you're if you're betting the house you better be careful about how far you carry that bluff because if that bluff is called Or you're not willing to bend enough to just make it work The consequences can be big for a party with the MVP especially that actually some very serious consequences because if they went through an election like a month and a half from now they'd be bankrupt. They wouldn't they wouldn't be able to do it. How far's Taylor -sego both three writings your though if this thing were to fall? Apart in January march February we're not going to a campaign campaign the chance to form a government that's our system the G. G. which played us out a little further and something would happen if that ever came to that. I don't think it's going to buy like looking looking at past experience as a good lesson for how things may come and I remember very vividly the last minority because we kept seeing these shows rose from Michael Ignatieff. At the time of. WE'RE GONNA stand up or putting. I remember him in Sudbury. We're putting the Conservatives on nobody's holding them to account and then they backed down one hundred st votes and I remember the Rick Mercer piece when they brought out the whole the whole church choir sang backing down loving. It was one of the best piece of Canadian satire. Ever seen in my life but the point is is that it all comes down to that. Vote once rubber hits the road. That's when you'll see people really at and that's why I think in the minority. That's what we Kinda have to take Kosta back like yes. We're used to pay more attention. And everything going on but really pay attention to moments where he actually has to cast a vote in actually means something in that in that period. Sometimes we'd go ahead in our office. We work one block from where the House of Commons sits. Every day we view does any of this punched through to Canadians. Who Wake up every day and take the subway or the car to work Pick up groceries on the way home. Feed the kids does does. This is a speech from the throne today. Anybody wake up this morning start talking about in coffee shops. No telling you throw on. This is something we you talk about But it is. I just say that to bring us all back to reality that this is the speech from throwing the first step of To two maybe the three year process of the forty third parliament But as as a as a guiding document I do agree with you guys that it's a high level aspirational. There's going to be maybe five or six piece of legislation attached to Keep keep pillars in here And to your point Jeff as concert is the sole conservative in a room full of left-of-centre people trust me. ADP would disagree but that's okay to conservatives everybody conservative is a liberal. Don't worry her liberal supporters There's there's there's things in here that are good for the country and we all sit there. Let's hope let's hope we go into twenty twenty that you know everyone just gets along and I. I would like to see to be on his Andrew shears rhetoric and tone to come down a little bit more kind of seen happening. We've seen Jason Kennedy Scott Bowl covering the temperature. Ford we've seen the weird sight of Doug Ford being conciliator and all that I I think people have kind of realized that temperatures gotten hot and now time to kind of bring it down like we saw. I saw the news last night. Jason Kenny and the federal government agreeing on exemptions for industrial matters his car flex planes. This people need to remember. I think the important thing here is stone and this is where my word of warning to to the government is that the tone means everything when it comes down to a while in a minority you can try to squeeze the other sites. Hi It's until it's your fault if an election comes there's another person at that table and that's the person who's setting the tone and who's actually governing the place and make an easy like really. My argument is that Stephen Harper it could keep a minority got to minority government going over two years each with basically no natural ally. There's no reason why Justin Trudeau schnapp keep this going orange for at least as long. When he's got to natural allies sitting there there should be a much easier job if he doesn't get too high and mighty high on himself and you know what so far? He struck the right tone on but again the other parties. They could have to wait to see what happens and see what happens on the rubber. Gets the real on that note. I think we will have to see what happens. Look to see what happens in the twenty twenty honey. I really hope it. The tone does come down a little bit. I think for everyone across this country would like to see that we dealt with it in the election and now let's just get the job done so Jeff Cam Neil always a pleasure. Thank you guys and thank you to you. The listeners for tuning into blue skies strategy groups groups team of political observers for this week's a Canadian. podcast what you need to know about politics this week in Canada it loose guy. 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Getting Ready for the Return

What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

30:19 min | 11 months ago

Getting Ready for the Return

"The welcome to this week's episode of Blue Sky Strategy Groups at Canadian polly cast what you need to know about this this week in Canadian politics. I'm Alison Fair and joining me this week. My colleagues the honorable Joe Jordan and the honorable Andrew Leslie Welcome to you both for your first time in the podcast studio B here as a mice. The reason I they ask you both here today was to give our listeners. A little insight and firsthand experience when it comes to the return of parliament We've got a throne speech coming next. Let's say as a former journalist analyst that was I love the pomp and circumstance Seeing all you guys come back is like being back at the first day of school. Joe I want to start with you. you've had more throne speech under your belt. What do you think we can expect to see next week Well first of all. I think it's important to keep in mind that a lot of the things. That governments do aren't particularity prescriptive. They're not written down There's a lot of leeway and and it's based on precedent so so with throne speech when you talk about the pomp and ceremony. It's it's the official opening apartment selection of the speaker. It's the first time you have the three branches of government the House the Senate and the sovereign together and and technically Government can't function parliament can't function until they go through this process so it's up to the government then to figure out how it wants to use it It varies there's been thrown speeches that have been incredibly detailed and then there are thrown speeches. On the and Paul Martin's throne speech comes to mind which I think might have been two pages two and a half pages I'm so Circumstances dictate so rim already in this particular case I would expect. ACT This to be a forty thousand foot throne speech. They're not going to. I wouldn't expect they would get into detail that might cause division in the opposition ranks This government has has started publishing mandate letter. So I think what you'll find. Is that throne speech. It is a conduit between what was promised during the campaign. Maybe what they learned during the campaign and then the language will then be transferred into the mandate letter. So I I think it'll be a pretty general overview of the situation the country's situation and very very vague references references to to Things the government may or may not do to address those Andrew. Would you agree with the job I would agree with everything he said. I think the government's main and focus is going to be on trying to make sure a sense of unity. Is there because it was a very divisive election. I think some of the main topics obvious this you're GONNA be the economy the environment Some trade issues with close friends and allies But on top of all of that it's reaching Ching out and making sure that there's open dialogue between Prime Minister's Office Parliament Hill The premier's the big city mayors and civil society at large and to be fair. I think that process already started. and Are we going to you. You say forty thousand foot document is they're going to be any really insight though. Are we going to get the nitty gritty or do we have to wait Well I think you get a sense of the direction and I think more importantly you'll get a sense of their tone I don't I don't think there's anything in the government right now to to get too detailed. Keep in mind too that that doesn't matter what they say in a throne speech. It's not binding other than in the in the in the arena of public opinion. You're not you're not asking government for funds to do these sorts of things. There's other instruments for that. So it's it. It is really just very general instrument at their disposal and I think they would be wise to keep it at that level. Okay in terms of general public. Don't expect too much. Well I don't think it has that much of an impact. I think it's probably of more interest to lobbyists and the journalists than the average Canadian. You saving your head there. Oh no I'm agreeing. I'm it's a minority government as we all know. I think anybody anybody WHO's so foolish as to introduce a major surprise in a throne speech with a minority government Will probably pay a price in terms of house US unity. I don't anticipate the throne speech. failing I mean the. There's three broad categories of votes that are considered confidence fitness measures. One is the throne speeches section. The second is budget bills and anything that has to do with supply and funny enough the first time that a confidence motion in May arise is sometime in that first eight or nine days because there's a bunch of supply bills that have got to get through just because where we are in the year right and there was article old actually this morning saying that they could face the first one I guess on the tenth of Tenth of December or are we going to actually see the government fall the throne speech. You're shaking no why. Why what's your thoughts on that? We'll start with you enter. Well it's a question of the tactics ticks. Keeping in mind. The overall strategy of the opposition and their role is to criticize their strategies to try to get the government to commit major errors Or things which will resonate with Canadians is to the opposition's benefit no one way to election they go but Canadians have sent a pretty clear message. that They're comfortable with this government being a minority government. They're comfortable with their choices and We'll be tied those who cause an election to be triggered that expenditure and historically Canadians have not reacted well to people who force them to go to the polls and the dead of winter the the other thing is to keep in mind is parties will force an election when they think is in their your interest. Do it You know had the liberals one you know in the spectral of minority governments the liberals have a very strong minority Thirteen eighteen seats and I would probably see the speaker Jeffrey. You can so fourteen seats shy. It's highly unlikely that the the opposition may not like the government. But they're gonNA. They're not going to agree on why they don't like the government I mean so the liberals have probably a the average life of a minority in this country is about a year and a half. I think this one's GonNa last longer The MVP are are not financially in a position. to go to an election and I think the Conservatives are in the process of swelling themselves so at least leadership both agree. Well you never know the Liberals may decide sooner than that they wanna go but You know I think I would not don't want to be the party that you know caused an election on a throne speech in the next two weeks at the door and you know the other thing visit if if if the liberals put something in there that no one could live with on the opposition parties They might actually get a chance to form government but this is. This is highly highly unlikely I would be absolutely shocked that you know. We'll get through the throne speech. We'll get through the initial supply the next big challenge for the government. I think is there budget. Okay Okay Andrew. I want to ask you speaker That that'll come after the throne speech before. Sorry my apologies. First thing speaker are we gonNA see Jeff Regan. Come back to you have confidence that he's going to return as I speak. The will of parliament is always dangerous in terms of trying to predict it having said that I believe Jeff will he i. He's he's fair he's balanced. He's he's I think he's well respected by a whole host of of parliamentarians. It was a pleasure to work with them when I was chief. Government whip He's got credibility he's got experience which I think. Most people will see as being critically important especially the minority government so I would be personally surprised and disappointed if jeff does not elected by his peers. That the one thing that could cause him grief is the the process this time because historically It's a it's a round of ballots and people are eliminated each round They're going with a ranked ballot now and I understand there's three liberals running so so jeff's challenge might be. How do you come out of a ranked ballot if if your own party hasn't got a clear strategy on how to deal with his other liberals that are on it so it strange things come out of that pipe so I I think he's probably doing what he needs to do to try to to lineup? I absolutely agree with Andy I don't you know. I think he has demonstrated. He understands the role of speaker and the heat. The house was very well served By Jeff and minority house those things become a little bit more important -portant but politics as you know is a funny thing. Parliament will decide. Never wrong. Um on what do after the throne speech. We've got a speaker in place. Andrew you both been there What are we going to? What are we going to see? Play out before we break for the holidays while. I think there's three things that have to happen. The first is technical bill which is C. One which is essentially goes back to the miss or the the dawn of time Where the House of Commons was telling the sovereign? Thanks no no matter. What's in the throne speech? We parliamentarians will decide to vote on whatever we want to decide to vote on so that that's that's the first one across the start line. The second of course is the throne speech. Usually they have to allocate six days unless there's a certain degree of consensus they want to cut it short and then by the ninth or tenth certainly by the week after and I don't think too many folk one actually be here for that. There's a variety of supply bills that have got a got to be put into action otherwise Things don't happen happen. In terms of the allocation of funds. They're scheduled to rise in the thirteenth. I I think that the plan is to get all that in and having said that the throne speech just apt to be rather boring. The throne speech debate won't be because the throne speech debate would be the each political party in each opposition parties ladies chance to carve out their space. So I think that'll actually be the more interesting element of this. Because they can then that you know they they can essentially Talk about any aspect of of the throne speech which is an unlimited scope. And you'll get a bit of a sense of Where each party is trying to position itself? Because that's that's what's going on here. Okay so how do we see. The party's positioning then. Like where do you see the the Liberals Roles Conservatives and EP and we gotTA consider the block here which I never thought we would. Well I mean I'm I'm spending long. I mean I think I think the the liberals will will try to position themselves as sort of steady hand on the wheel. I think that in in spite of the best efforts of the parties to not deal with policy policy in the last election the climate change clearly emerged They'll they'll grab that because it's a natural issue for them and and as Andrew said this whole issue of Western Alien Nation. You know. They're going to. They're going to try and position themselves as the as the best Party to handle it because this is really about the the next election the conservative a bit of a pickle because they're they're in the middle of their own internal battle about whether or not Do do they stay a Social Conservative Party Or do they move closer to the center and become more of the Red Tory progressives It's GonNa be very hard for them to have a public A narrative when internally. They're fighting that battle so that'll be interesting to watch. I think at the end. EP are going to want to position themselves as as change agents as using their leverage to force the Liberals to to be To be more sensitive to the issues they find important but their challenges. They can't get to the can't get into bed with the liberals are going to have a hard our time campaigning against in the next election block. I think the block who are probably going to ride this out as long as possible. They will engage when they see Z.. Issues that impact Kubeck and issues that don't they will probably try to negotiate some kind of agreement to to advance their causes. I don't see them triggering any any election anytime soon. But there's a lot of room for movement in those silos but I think that's that's it's That's kind of the way I see it. Come Down Andrew any degree or disagree with what Joe has to say. Actually I fully agree and I'm sorry. This is the best panel ever now. That's okay but having said that I would I would go slightly further Actually I think Joe was was sort of implying it I I see for just the the reason that Joe stated Mr Shears going through a whole bunch of internal issues. I see them or him trying to get his conservative team to vote against the throne speech because if he were to vote for than he would be savaged by even an ever increasing number of his colleagues or former colleagues for a whole host of reasons. I I see the. MVP probably trying to find an excuse to vote against to further differentiate themselves as being further to the left of the spectrum. Not Being pushovers. And not being pushovers. Exactly and of course the block is so delighted to be where they are. See them voting with a look. But Allison this is where it gets interesting. Because if the throne speech contains a paragraph Graf that says the government is going to finish the pipeline in order to provide market for alberta-based resources. How does the stories vote against that? So so it'll be interesting. There may be a few we call poison pills in there to see you know that one. I think you could get away with to go too far down that line and try and get to cute. It'll sometimes come back and bite you but You know the the the I would expect. The government will have a pretty clear understanding. WHO's with them and who's against them before that throw speeches? Read by the Governor John Speaking about poison pills We're going to the prime minister and the deputy prime minister going to meet with the premiers on Monday. Andrew do you think we're GONNA see a coup by WII moments coming out of this or do you think is particularly Christopher Face a lot of backlash from the premier's when they meet on Monday. That's a good one. I think that Since the election The Prime Minister the Deputy Prime Minister and an increasing number of The more energetic cabinet ministers have done good working getting Outta town and going and visiting the premiums in their capitals which was unlike last last time very unlike last time for different reasons And the reaction from everyone in the premiums that I've seen has been pretty positive or at best sorry at worst Slightly cutting but not overwhelmingly. So will that translate into you. Call it a Kumbaya moment when they all get together no but I suspect there will be some areas of common ground. That people are going to be keen on trying to resolve a couple of issues out there for all of US national unity but also an enormous backlog of money that is part of the previous wealth the same government but the previous legislative session. That has been built up up and now they've got to get it out the door right no more talking get on with it and the premiers are very much in the receptive mode because they need those resources to actually pass on down to their own citizens. So there's there's area for commonality there and I think Mr Ford's recent approach which has been a marked departure for him Reaching out the hand and telling people he's going to be a champion of national unity is is is welcome. Okay and how do you do you see the same thing Or we're going to see some premiers is that just aren't GonNa aren't GonNa shake the hand of Trudeau and Christophe land by the end of the day. Oh I hope we don't see that. I hope we don't see that but these these fed Prov Conferences are are usually the conversation. Goes like this We need more money than the feds. Say Okay I'm hearing you. We'll see what we can do it and never there's never going to be enough so that the more important issue is is Is Is there a relationship there that that's going to help candidate move forward. And I point to comments by Brian Pallister on the issue of Western separation. I you know I rarely applaud when I'm watching something over a computer screen I I was I thought he absolutely nailed it and the fact that Doug Ford sees a rule as well in building national you know some of this might be pre-positioning for leadership run but it's still helpful it's still helpful in terms of tone As opposed to the premier of Saskatchewan when he met with the Prime Minister Wrath the election action and walked out of the room that was a complete waste of time and I just don't think Canadians have a lot of patience for that and I think there there needs to be some water in everyone's wine As we try and move for because the other thing is that you know is is. We are running up a deficit. The debt is is is an issue. There isn't an unlimited amount of money. There's some huge price tag issues being bantered about and it's all about priorities and it's all about Triage Gosh so but at the end of the day these these meetings are about money there about cash from the feds to the provinces and just before are we go Andrew. I would be Not doing my job here. I mean putting my former hat on. Are we going to see anything on the agreement ratified ratified before the house comes back do you. What's your sense? I think we might be in there. good vibe. Talking to a couple of friends in Washington The president's enthusiasm for the candidates. Free Trade Agreement is increased markedly Michalik. Quite frankly he needs any kind of kind of win right now and the Democrats are a bunch of concessions from the third member of the tri-partite agreement Mexico which is good That's in terms of them being able to oversee or have a certain degree of oversight and For the detail on how the Mexicans we're going to address Labor code standards and stuff so yeah the the temperature appears to be right. The time appears to be right There's a ratification process down the states. Which is fixed in law in terms of time If having said that they can they can grind it out Relatively quickly so the dangerous having the house rise and the Americans ratifying it ratified afterwards but the whole idea is to get it done together. So we'll see we'll see us. One of the issues are going to have to face over the next week. Great well thank you guys. That was thoroughly enjoyable as always and I hope you come back and do it again Hope I didn't scare you off and thank you to the listeners. 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DYNASTIES 8 - The Regans

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DYNASTIES 8 - The Regans

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This episode contains depictions and discussions of serious sexual violence so it won't be suitable for all listeners. former Nova Scotia liberal premier. Gerald Regan has died. Regan was born in Windsor and was the premier of the province from nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy eight. He also served served as a member of parliament in the House of Commons Wind. Gerald Regan died last November. The tributes quickly started to pour in flags at province that's how are at half mast as the legislature marks the death of Gerald Regan former premier and federal cabinet minister former prime minister. John Christiane who who served in federal cabinet with Regan fondly remembered his personality and praised his political service. He was you know very competent minister and are very good politician. Great sense of humor and they serve well to people about attacks Alberta Premier near Jason Kenney Green Party leader Elizabeth May and Prime Minister Trudeau all mourned his passing on twitter and Nova Scotia Premier. Stephen McNeil applauded his accomplishments. Bushman while he'd been in office my thoughts are with his family. I know many of them as you know. Mr Regan is his daughter-in-law Jeff I've known for a very long time His government it was one That shared the fiscal responsibility is our government does in terms of delivering balanced budgets. I was actually at home. That day. my name is Maggie Rar and journalist in Halifax Nova Scotia. Maggie rar found out about Regan's death through tweet from premier McNeil. This was was his tweet. Gerald Regan believed in the potential of Nova Scotia with a vision for a future prosperity. He governed with a true sense of liberal values investing in people creating economic development and ensuring fiscal responsibility he was a dedicated public servant to his constituents all Nova Scotia's and and Canadians. I extend my sincerest condolences to his wife. Carol Children Jerry Jeff. Miriam Nancy David Laura and loved ones so so basically when I read that I felt enraged because the harms that Jerry Regan we can committed in his life and at work by abusing his role in the Liberal Party are totally made invisible here and I just this route one word. All when he said he was a dedicated public servant to his constituents comma all Nova Scotia's and Canadians. It's like okay. I guess we're just GonNa completely erase the fact that we know that he sexually violated at least forty women. Gerald Old Regan was a violent sexual Predator for decades. He victimized women in Nova Scotia and beyond most of his victims were young. Some of them were children. Dron Premier Stephen McNeil. That wasn't what was important to note. All Nova Scotia determine how they view Mister Reagan's legacy you see as the premium of this province focused on the job that we shared in common which was Leading a government McNeil is far from the only person to Russia's side Regan's crimes in two thousand sixteen Gerald Regan went to visit the House of Commons his son. Geoff Regan a Longtime Halifax. MP He had been elected speaker of the House a year earlier liberal MP Dominic Leblanc Rose and address. The fact that Gerald Regan was in the gallery but Regan's crimes clearly weren't on his mind instead he just wanted to joke about the new speakers dad showing up to watch his son at work. The speaker yes. I'm perhaps I saw. You could explain to the House the House. What would be the appropriate rules in terms of recognizing people in the gallery? Let's say for example Mr Speaker a former premier of Nova. Let's go show where in the gallery today former premier Joel Regan. Would it be appropriate for the chair to recognize a farmer. Bring here in the gallery sitting next to Leblanc along with Prime Minister Trudeau. Who Bursts out laughing and then the entire House of Commons rises to give Gerald Regan one of the worst sexual predators? Canadian politics has ever seen a standing ovation. The before metoo before Meshi. There was Gerald Regan for half a century he raped raped and assaulted women. Throughout Nova Scotia. The scale and severity of his crimes are stomach-turning and hard to comprehend despite that the Reagan name still means something Nova Scotia even today. The political establishment and much of the media refuses to reckon with Regan's wrongdoing. Think but the truth is that a child rapist held one of the highest office in the land in so many people knew about it and did next to nothing. I'm Marsha man and from Canada land this this is Commons. 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P. and more online in just minutes. There's there's no paperwork or no hold music. Just quick and easy. Investing the R. S. P. Contribution deadline is March second which is pretty much around the corner so get in touch with wealth bar today and make a deposit sign up and minutes at wealthed dot com slash candidate land and get a one hundred dollar fee credit visit wealthed dot com slash candle and for more offer details. Good evening. I'm Steve Murphy. Former Scotia Premier Gerald Regan has been charged with sixteen sex related offenses including Rape Regan. Says he's not guilty. My reaction is one of anger. I am not guilty of these charges and I have no doubt whatsoever but that I would not be facing charges. These ancient allegations if I had not been in public epic light Gerald Regan was charged on March. Fifteenth nineteen ninety-five with seventeen counts of rape attempted rape indecent assault and forcible confinement. The charges were related to thirteen different women. One of them had been underage at the time. The news was shocking. To Nova Scotia's the Regan's were already one of the most well respected political families in the province at the time his daughter. Nancy Regan was an anchor in the same network from the broadcast that you're hearing from. She took the day off work to accompany her father. Gerald Regan arrived at the courthouse this morning accompanied by his wife until his daughters including Nancy. Regan posted ATV's ABC's live at five and his son. Jeff had followed in his father's footsteps elected to parliament just two years earlier. Son Jeff Halifax. MP was was in. Ottawa I have confidence in my father's innocence and we his family love him very much. The Regan's are an established of various tablist political critical family here in Nova Scotia lutely and they have been for decades. The idea that a sort of provincial politician could move on and these sort of heights is still a big deal for notions. I would say that. The view of the Regan's at least in among the older generation is they are a middle of the road political presence that represent both fiscal responsibility as well as the basics of. You know social concerns if you will. Stephen Kimber is a longtime Nova Scotian journalist. Who's written a book con Gerald Regan? And he's had his fair share of run INS with him. He was a tall guy a towered over me and I I think probably a fair number of people. He had a as somebody who has one. I think of as a ski slope knows he was you know he wasn't handsome. He certainly had presence and was forceful to understand the story of the Regan's yet to understand the strange world of Nova Scotia politics. Regan Regan was born into a politically active family in Windsor Nova Scotia in nineteen twenty eight. But then again every family in that part of Nova Scotia at the time was politically active steph rural Nova Scotia. During those days. I was pretty political. It was you were born one or the other which was conservative or liberal. You took it all all very seriously. You hung out at the local newspaper office on election night where they would post the Result says they came in so he was steeped in that kind of political life as he grew up. From an early age Gerald Regan would have witnessed the nitty gritty of the Nova Scotian political machines. The the world in which he came of age politically was one in which votes were by those rural areas for example on polling day the parties. He's had people who wanted around the constituency and they drove people to the polls. Made sure at least as much as you could that they voted the right way and then and went into the trunk of the car and bright out ROM or nylons or whatever it was that was the gift of the day to convince people to to make sure that people voted the the right way and that was standard operating procedure. Gerald's father Walter Regan was a longtime town councillor dettori stalwart. His uncle had been deputy mayor of Halifax and Jerry quickly said his is on politics to buy the eleventh grade. Gerald Regan was Student Council. President the thing that you have to understand about regan was that he was ambitious as as a politician mostly for the sake of being an ambitious politician. He wanted to succeed at politics. He was less somebody who had a great Ideological or philosophical officle interested in politics one day Gerald Regan met Angus MacDonald the longtime liberal premier of Nova Scotia. He even stopped to shake kyung Gerald's hand and from then on Jerry had one goal to climbed the political ladder all the way to the top uh-huh after High School Jerry. Regan went to university. But he'd often skip class to do the play by plays at local hockey games. He made a name for himself as a sports gasp especially when he started bringing over. NHL Teams to play in Nova Scotia. In the off season he went to law. School became a lawyer and gained a reputation fighting fighting for the rights of workers in the nineteen fifties he was one of only three lawyers in Nova Scotia that will represent unions regularly. As a lawyer he was successful. Small town lawyer became very involved in the Liberal Party in Nova Scotia. That was his ticket to success. After that at a young liberal convention he met Carol Harrison. Who'd go onto his wife? Here's Jeff Regan. Talking to CPAC about how his parents met. Both of them happen to the attending a young liberals convention in Nineteen fifty four in Ottawa. She was handing out souvenir bags of Saskatchewan Prairie tweet on the front steps of the Center Block and she had once we young lawyer from Windsor Nova Scotia with my dad. And you know they still have the Bagel. They don't I think dad was Smith and mom reciprocated. Apparently Regan ran for MP under the liberal banner and lost. He tried to get in the next election and lost again by an even bigger margin. He got the nominations he ran. He failed time and time again and then finally. Finally he was elected federally in nineteen sixty three. Gerald Regan was off to Ottawa. But it stay in the nation's capital we cut short by his ambition even though he was viewed as a rising star. Regan was still at Nova Scotian at a time when the Liberal Party was turning towards questions of bilingualism. I'm in national unity. There wasn't much room for Unit lingual maritime to move up so when the opportunity arose Gerald Regan move back to his home province to run for the leadership of the Nova Scotia Liberals five years later after crisscrossing the province in beat up car attending every local constituency meeting. He could wangle an invitation to. He did finally win. And Become Premier in nineteen seventy the conservative government government. Just really tired and I think that probably it's fair to say as happens in many cases Carol Regan's Liberals one not so much because they one but because the conservatives lost here's Regan. After he won I was very pleased with the majority and Halifax Needham. You felt that neither do better than last time. I attempted to work very hard representing the constituency. But I certainly didn't anticipate anticipate such majority. This size during his first mandate Regan made a number progressive moves. He got rid of the poll tax that sent poor four people to jail. He Established Law Reform Commission lowered the voting age and nationalize Nova Scotia Light and power but his government wasn't underpinned by any kind kind of political conviction. He was a guy who liked being called the premier he was known as the premium that was his nickname he was. He's happy enough to take reporters on tours around the halls of the legislature point out. Whose portrait was who on the walls and he knew how long they they had served and how long he would after in order to have become premier longer than they were? Regan also vindictive. Stephen Kimber is pretty ensure that Regan got him fired from his job at the CBC. We decided to do a documentary about the Patriots agenda. Such going back to vote buying and and contract Shuffling lots of evidence to support that when the documentary appeared I was told that Gerald Regan had informed my bosses the big bosses that's the CBC in the region. He would never appear again. As long as I was the host and in short order it was gone. Regan majority government in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but the liberals were already running out of steam as time went on I think as often happens with governments. He became more interested in staying in power than Kim. Any ambitions they were defeated in seventy eight on the back of high. Hi Power prices. But Regan wasn't done yet to nine thousand nine hundred. He ran for the federal liberals one and was made cabinet minister under Pierre Trudeau Regan. Getting lost his seat in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and then settled into a comfortable post political life as an elder statesman. Just a warning. The next section is going include some descriptions descriptions of graphic sexual violence that won't be suitable for everyone from at least the time he was in his twenties. Gerald Regan would prey on young women. He had a car and so he would drive women home for young women from the skating rink and try to molest them in his car and he felt entitled to do that it was clear from what he said to these young women that that this was his right now. We debated amongst ourselves how much which detail we should go into here. We want you to understand the seriousness and the violent nature of what Gerald Regan did. But we didn't want this to slip into the salacious relations or the exploitative so I'm going to tell you about the first person we know that Regan victimized and try to keep the details to what's essential from then on Mary Graham and that's not. Her real name met Gerald Regan in Nineteen fifty three. When she was seventeen he was twenty five? They used to give rides to her and her friends around the neighborhood in a letter to Stephen Kimber. She said Jerry was talkative. Mildly flirtatious and seemed interested in them unquote. He kind of singled me out. I was flattered to have this college educated man shown interest in me a high school girl. I like talking with them the first first time they got physical in any way regan quote lunged at her out of nowhere to kiss her. It was sudden uncomfortable but she was willing to keep seeing in him quote. We would talk a lot neck a little. She said I was able to keep through much protestation pretty well within my personal code of necking only limitations. But on the day of their first real date Gerald escalated he parked his car in a secluded spot and she says that Regan than raped her quote afterward. I was numb terribly ashamed as though somehow even though I protested vigorously and tried to push him away it had all been my fault. Mary started to cry. Regan accused her of lying to him about being a virgin. He warned her not to tell anyone because his legal career could be ruined. If she was quote stupid enough to tell and he promised her that he would never do it again but that was a lie he would rape her many more times. Mary began to hear stories about Regan also attacking some of her friends. When giving them rides she eventually stopped seeing Gerald Regan but his crimes? James Escalated Regan raped a fourteen year old girl whose mother he knew the pattern was similar. A ride in a car a random attack a threat. She was scared and didn't tell anyone until one day. She told a friend what had happened. It turned out regan had tried to rape her to. She was fourteen as well at the time he had just made his first failed. Run for office. And as the years went on he would assault young women and girls again and again and again he would grab a woman out of the blue without any preliminaries. It was not sort of a romance or anything else. It was sort of. Just you know a a quick grab. He dried his tongue down their throat. And then when it was over he would stop and he would continue as Z.. If nothing had happened and he tended to pick on women who were small in stature not very powerful. Didn't have the wherewithal in the sense to challenge him. He made it very clear that they would not be believed and that he had credibility they didn't and then it would be sort of dangerous in a certain sense to challenge him on these things after he started a family with his wife. Regan began to attack his children's babysitters. We know over at least half a dozen babysitters who were his victims. Some he raped some fought him off few told anyone then as it became a lawyer. There's a story of a woman who came to see him who was dealing. I believe with the divorce and he attacked her. He just kept escalating and what he did. In many cases became more serious and he he was less likely to take no for an answer Regan's violence didn't stop at the doors of the legislature in nineteen sixty nine when he was leader of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party. He sexually assaulted and an attempted to rape an eighteen year old clerk. She told her mother and a neighbor. Who is a Halifax police officer? But they decided not to report Regan because of his power and and the next day she was called into the office by the liberal. Party's executive director. And she was fired when he was premier. He attacked numerous young women. Who came in looking for jobs at province house? He attacked women in bars and at Liberal Party events he assaulted two journalists in hotel rooms. Considering the scale Oh and brazenness of his crimes the obvious question to ask is. What did the people around Gerald Regan? No you'd have to be deaf dumb and blind not to you have heard the stories of his borish behavior with women. I think that it's fair to say that most people who were associated with Regan Regan knew he was borish that he was lecherous. You wouldn't want your daughter to be in a room with him alone alone. Sometimes you know that there were people who sort of shepherd at him out of rooms to make sure that things didn't happen. I think at the same time from my knowledge of people who were around Regan at the time is that most of what happened that would have would be categorized. The the sexual assault happened in private so that they didn't necessarily know specifically what he was doing to be fair. They also didn't spend a lot of time trying to figure figure that here's what we do know. At least one senior minister and his cabinet walked in on him attacking one of staffers. He told Regan quote. You keep your fucking fucking hands off. My staff. Regan stopped but he faced no consequences. The Conservative Party of Nova Scotia had a file on Regan sexual assaults. But they did nothing with it. And it's clear that Regan's predation of young girls was in some ways an open secret with people making jokes about it. A Regan aid once yelled across the room room quote. Hey Premier. I saw you with that thirteen year old. But don't worry. She had the body of a nine year old women working in the legislature were regularly literally told not to be in the same room alone with him. There was one incident that would be the spark that eventually led to Regan's crimes becoming public one day in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. An eighteen year old legislative page went to see Gerald Regan in his office. She was looking for his help to apply for a job once they were alone the premier of Nova Scotia attacked her. She ran screaming out of his office into the arms of the legislatures sergeant at arms and this was heard sort of all over the legislature. People knew that that it happened. Journalists soon heard about the assault some tried to report out the story but the legislative page was hesitant to go public but she was convinced by a female reporter to record her recollections of of what had happened and in the reporter gave her the the audiotape and the idea was that if she ever did decide to go public that the reporter would get the tape and be able to use it she took the tape back to her apartment and then something strange happened there. It was a robbery and the only thing that was taken was the audio recording. The tape where she described the premier of Nova Scotia sexually assaulting salting. Her in his office was the only thing that was stolen. She went to the police but they brushed off. Did Nothing. Not many people knew about the recording. But what's become clear years later. was that one person who did was Alan. Stockholm stock was a corrupt union. Official turned developer are and at the time he was trying to get the Nova Scotian Housing Commission to buy a property from the provinces housing commission had said no and so there was a meeting between Regan and Stock All at an airport in Toronto at some point and apparently stock all threatened him obliquely or directly with this tape and making it public and what he wanted was the government to buy his property. They didn't do that but they did. Give him a very sweetheart. Contract for a number of months before Regan was defeated in the next election. Premier Regan was being blackmailed because he sexually assaulted a legislative page and it looks like he capitulated and in all this sordid affair no one appeared. Have to care about the woman who had been assaulted. I think. Probably with the exception of the sergeant at arms who took care of her that night and made sure she got home nobody nobody really did pay much attention to her and her interest in all of this which was also both sort of standard operating procedure in in this case but also not uncommon in terms of the time people you know we're told basically to suck it up. You know this happened. Okay get on with your life. The assault was the first in a series of events that would land Gerald Regan in court. But it would take over a decade gate for the law to finally catch up with him. After Gerald Regan attack the legislative page in his office journalists finally began to move on the rumors that had that surrounded him for years. One of those reporters was Philip Mathias. Who worked for the CBC's Fifth Estate? Philip interviewed a number of young women who had been assaulted altered by the premier and he was shocked to discover that even a CBC colleague had been attacked by Regan in a hotel room and he thought he had the case and the CBC in the end killed his story. And I think that Philip felt that for whatever reasons the CBC had killed the story to avoid problems with the federal government with the Liberals with the ministry on the advice of lawyers other publications had their stories killed two regan was defeated in nineteen. Seventy eight and his government fell but two years later he had been elected to parliament and Pierre Trudeau. Put Him in his cabinet along with other portfolios. Gerald Regan was the minister responsible for the status of women and for Awhile. It seemed like Regan would never be a held accountable for his crimes. Some people did try however as he was running for reelection in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. One man created a pamphlet and took a door to adore in Regan's riding of Nova Scotia Gadfly ICONOCLAST. The Mike Marshall knew about these stories about some of the stories and had done some investigation and put together a pamphlet since nobody was reporting on this. He put together a pamphlet and took it door to door during the election campaign being really calling out written and being very clear on the fact that he had done these things no mainstream media outlet would cover that again because suv their lawyers advice. He didn't win re election but had little to do with the pamphleteering. The liberals were trounced all across the country after he ost regan did what former politicians do. He got a cozy giggle law firm. He served on corporate boards but he didn't stop attacking women in Nineteen Ninety. He sexually assaulted a fellow. Corporate board member and a Calgary Hotel three years later. The police would finally begin to investigate Gerald Regan and the irony is that it wasn't revealed by somebody who was one of his victims but by one of his political enemies. Donald Ripley has had been a former liberal Bagman. Who Helped Regan get elected? But Ripley felt he had been rebuffed by Regan and he lost a lot of money. Would Nova Scotia. Light and tower had been nationalized so he nursed those rudge's for many years. He switched parties. Who became a conservative and then he was a columnist for a local TV rag basically had to listings and a couple of columns? He was one of the columnists and in Nineteen ninety-three. He decided it was this time. The public knew about Regan's crimes and at some point key called Philip Mathias the CBC reporter who had done all the investigation and North gotten his story on air. And said you know basically. I'm going to write about this. And he did. Ripley's call him was a blind indict him about a powerful Nova Scotian. Who had been sexually abusing women for decades but he got almost no response and he then went off to rcmp with what amounted to not very much at all? I mean he didn't have any real evidence. He didn't have any complaints. He knew stuff in a vaguit Naguid happened any sort of directed to Matthias. Who under normal circumstances probably would have brushed them off? He was not somebody who was in the business of helping the police out to investigate things. He realized that this story which was legitimate was never going to be published by the people who who had hired him at the time so he greeted me with the mounties and he gave them chapter and verse of the material that he gathered and I think in his investigation he gathered a dozen women had gotten some of them on video talking about what had happened to them and suddenly the mouth he's had something to go on the RCMP was finally investigating at first. They did it quietly gathering evidence but soon the story leaked out and Gerald Regan he went it on. TV and loudly proclaimed his innocence. That interview was a tipping point. Many women who've been attacked by regan were outraged buys denials so they called the police and so suddenly the mounties were inundated with women telling them these stories. Some of whom were willing to go on the record and Be Witnesses two years after that initial blind item the RCMP charged Gerald Regan with seventeen counts. It's related to thirteen women. Regan Hired Ed Greenspan. The best defense lawyer in the country. Here's Greenspan on the day. Regan was charged. I think this is an entire waste of taxpayers money. I think this entire police investigation which we have heard from people that they've approached was high handed handed An improper is process has not been fair. It has been totally unfair. And it's because of who Mr Regan is now if you're you're familiar at all with how most sexual assault trials of famous people go. You can guess how this went i. The crown began to drop charges and decided to focus on only the most serious charges. Regan's lawyers when a number of important procedural fights in court the crowd attorney leading the prosecution was pulled off. And when Reagan's Higgins victims were brought to the stand Greenspan tried to shred their credibility. I think there's no question that Greenspan has a lawyer was a bully and he was a good from a client's perspective but certainly not. From the point of view of justice. One of Regan's teenage victims had lied on a transcript when she was a child in the nineteen fifties she had moved from one place to another and she wanted to be with kids of her own age so she had sort of minor. Mind your fudging of her transcripts so that she could get into the greed that you wanted to be in with the kids her own age and by my recollection it would have been about about three days of cross examination focused on this one piece of paper and the argument was you would lie about that. He would lie about anything. You're lying about this. Regan's lawyers try to introduce reasonable doubt towards all of the allegations in similar ways. He dug up secrets from in their past like unwanted pregnancies and weaponized them. He cast doubt on tiny details. Eddie Greenspan when he was cross examining one of the women who said she'd been raped in a gravel pit claimed loudly. That couldn't have happened. It didn't happen. There's no gravel pit on the road that you described so nothing nothing nothing happened. You're lying and this came out in the news stories and again were inundated with calls from people who said I know where that gravel pit is on this road at this point and though the charges against Regan were treated by the media's allegations with the lawyer said about the accusers often wasn't here's Maggie. Rohrer again they retargeted viciously in the media. At that time viciously he had a very powerful built in protective system around him. And when these women were being ripped apart in court it was reported on in the media as fact but even as the trial was playing out. Stephen Kimber would hear from new victims. I remember when I was covering the preliminary hearing and I I was teaching at King's at the time and so I had to rush back to a meeting. I was supposed to attend at the university and I made my apologies and I said you know what I was doing. And there were five people in the room and three of the five had had experiences with Gerald Regan. The jury had only been allowed to hear a small small subset of the allegations against Regan but on the day they began to deliberate a publication ban was lifted. And all of that information the media was able to report on dozens of other allegations at the public yet to hear but it wasn't long until the jury returned their verdict not guilty on all charges. Gerald Regan was free to go appeals would follow and legal wrangling continued for a few more years but by two thousand and two who the legal fight was over and Gerald Regan's Rehabilitation had begun in the early days after the verdict verdict. He was shunned by not only sort of ordinary people but also by those people who were his colleagues sometimes sometimes his his peers in politics and business there were receptions he would attend and people would turn their backs on. But that stigma began to fade. He continued to work at a major law firm he served on the boards of companies. He was quoted in the media. His son Jeff's political career continued to rise and when his family background was raised reporters studiously avoided questions about his father's sexual predation. Here's a c-pack interview between Jeff Regan Begin and Katherine Clark. WHO also happens to be former prime? Minister Joe Clark's daughter. Did your mom have any idea what she was getting into when when she married your dad did. She doesn't that there was going to be politics in her life. Not just from her dad. Well clearly and clearly dead was interested in fall two zero convention and it wasn't long before he started running for office and in fact he ran four times unsuccessfully before he was finally elected yes when me to hit in twenty seventeen. Politicians across. Canada started to be outed for their misconduct in the workplace. The same was true. Nova Scotia serious allegations were made against a former. MP and a sitting MLA mega roar wanted to look into how the Nova Scotia Legislature was approaching coaching the issue. I really wanted to understand this moment in time and I wasn't seeing that reporting turn-up anywhere beyond just the basic facts of these cases and so I set up to try to do that and really almost nobody responded to me like I contacted every single. Mla Province province and ironically one of the only people to respond was the minister then minister for the status of Women Kelly. Regan who was actually actually Jerry. Regan's daughter-in-law the few responses she got were generic pablum and no one was willing to grapple with the fact that a premier of Nova Scotia had been allowed to get away with such horrific crimes for so long. You know it's still a really small place down here and there's this kind of like a well. We all know what happened there. We don't talk about it you know. There's a culture of silence whenever Gerald Regan was in the news. Stephen Kimber would get emails phone calls. And after Regan's his death women once again got in touch probably a dozen women he mailed me texted me called me to say what had happened to them and they were. None of these people were involved in any of the trials or any of the criminal allegations Gatien's against rear when Gerald Regan died last November. There is one aspect Maggie. Roar felt was totally missing from the coverage. You know like we're not talking about colleagues. Who are the same age? In some cases they were and no sexual. Violence is excusable but one thing that I find Ashok was omitted from a lot of the coverage surrounding Jerry. Regan's doubt just a few months ago is the fact that to his victims were fourteen eighteen and eighteen years old. I mean literal children. Can you imagine having that amount of power and trying to have sex with children or sexually violating literal children. And then that never being mentioned again. I just find that. So tragic and telling thing and the scale of Regan's crimes are still hard to wrap your head around more than three dozen. Women have publicly accused Gerald Regan of sexual tool assault over a half century. That doesn't include the dozen women who contacted Kimber. After Reagan's death the many allegations that were made By so many women the fact that you could go anywhere Nova Scotia and not running to someone who either had experience themselves or knew somebody who had experiences with Regan. Regan does lend credence to the reality that there were probably hundreds of women who had unhappy encounters with Geraldine career over the years. I remember somebody telling me when I when I was a little girl. I can't remember who was but somebody said for every one letter like handwritten let her if a politician receives one letter. You can assume there are a hundred in terms of public sentiment and that's always really stuck with me especially especially now that I've ended up reporting on a lot of cases involving sexual violence and I mean. Listen when you have forty me known women trump who say they were violated. What more do you need to know that that is only the beginning? I think it's so horrifying that there are people who will still say well. That wasn't improved in court. Or you know they just want their fifteen minutes famous like name of of having your whole life ripped apart and being treated like a liar and having these trolls chase you around until the end of time. It's a nightmare. It's a nightmare. We have forty known than God knows how many victims of Gerald Regan are a living and be dead now That's that's your episode of Commons for the week. This episode relied on reporting done by Stephen Kimber Maggie rar. CBS's V the State See TV news and Global News. If you WANNA learn more tickets. 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Western Alienation & Conservative criticism

What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

17:19 min | 1 year ago

Western Alienation & Conservative criticism

"Welcome to this week's episode of Blue Sky Strategy Groups a Canadian. podcast what you need to know about this week in Canadian politics I'm Alison Fair and Associate Hero Blue Sky and joining me this week. Susan Smith President and CO founder of Blue Skies Strategy Group and Aena Brody Vice President of blue sky. Hello to you both earning season warning okay. So let's talk about Western Alien Nation. Lot of talk talk about that a lot of headlines in the newspapers It continued this week with Jason Kenney warning that it will deepen unless trio guarantees the completion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project and repeals or at least substantially rewrites bill c sixty nine and then on top of it we had Michelle rental. Who was saying that? The PM should reach out to her party the Conservatives to help bridge the divide so Let's start with you. Susan what do you think the best way for Trudeau to deal with these concerns. Well they're very real concerns. I think in western Canada and the prime minister has signaled that he's paying attention and the first thing he needs to do is listen which I think he has been doing and we'll continue to do. The second thing he needs to do is reach out to people in Alberta in Saskatchewan and connect with them and look at ways to bridge these gaps the Trans Mountain pipeline. He reiterated and has continued to reiterate that it will it will be that the government is working to get it put in place e sixty nine is a bit trickier Legislation in a minority parliament means means government can potentially lose control of it. So maybe there are some potential regulatory changes that can be made or changes made at the regulatory level. which you wouldn't require them coming to parliament? That's something that they could look at but I think the. PM has lots of tools available to them. And I think hopefully people in there's a few people must've putting their hands to help 'em McClellan is a great help as a start. She's the managing the transition for the government and she's well regarded Western Canadian with a good deal of federal political experience. So she she will be an asset to the prime minister as well Neil. Your thoughts Canto settled the Western concerns down. We'll Mr Trudeau already has elected representatives of both both part of both provinces. He can consult Those are the premiers of the provinces. Just because they're from different parties doesn't mean they can't work together to solve some one of the issues That Returned you pretty much. Holy Blue from Winnipeg to Vancouver If Mr Trudeau is a statesman and if if he's interested in making this work as you said than their natural partners for him I know From time to time Mr Harper gets pointed out that he didn't have a working relationship with the provinces I I don't think that's wholly true. He didn't have Meetings with all the premier's all at once so that You know twelve premiums could beat up on on one prime minister but he worked unilaterally with a lot of the premier's over his time to bring about a specific changes that each province wanted So so I think they're. They'RE AVENUES FOR MR true to go down to to make sure that Alberta Saskatchewan to a certain degree Manitoba in BC Their views I need to be represented in agree with Neil. Actually I think the prime minister will reach out to the premier's he already has. I think he will hold a first ministers meeting though. He's not afraid of some of that. That the the the nonsense that can go on these things but actually think that could be to his advantage. Because there are premieres like premier pallister for Manitoba is a western premier. WHO said you know? Politics is like a marriage. You don't when it gets tough your Canada's like marriage when it's tough you don't just pick up pack up and leave you work at it. So I think there's been signals from premier creamier pallister that he he could end up a bit of a broker between the West Premier Horrigan from British Columbia again. He's a western premier. He was out in the news this week. Saying I'm I'M WE HAVE AN EP liberals and conservatives we're from the West so maybe there's a schedule and now Berta alien nation but does not necessarily western alien nation but I do think he will play a role will potentially premier sandy silver from up in the Yukon. So I think the prime minister will be reaching out to the premier's at most of the rest of the premier's don't want to see the country. Broken up So I think they'll be some cross partisan Politicking that goes on actually behind the scenes as well at the premier's level. Yeah and Neil. Well you brought up Stephen Harper Global Mail this morning. Actually Chretian's Harper in Calgary yesterday speaking and he was the last prime prime minister that had a minority government and says that he should just ignore this. The things that are going on there right now And run his government according to how he feels your thoughts Listen it's always nice to hear what former prime minister say they. They've done the job. They have boatload to experience both Mr Mr Mr Harper being in power for Ten years I think both of them I think that's different I think Mr Harper was talking about running the House of Commons and getting a government agenda through rather than how you represent the entire country without representation tation at your cabinet table getting legislation through a minority government Mr Harper talked about doing things that were publicly popular. So you ahead public sentiment on your side. It was to the detriment of the other parties to oppose that that legislation You know some parties opposed legislation by voting against some parties opposed posed by not having members. Show up to vote so that so that The legislation could pass The the other part. Just get back to our original Topic about illumination. It's also going to be interesting to see how Mr Trudeau deals with Quebec because they the party's fortunes in Quebec Coronado great as I think they thought it was going to be Both the LIBERALS CONSERVATIVES IN THE END EP lost seats to the block The block block is a I think it was a protest vote not necessarily separation vote But it'll be interesting to see how Mr Trudeau also deals with Quebec alienation. I think I'm not sure I'd go so far as to call it Quebec alienate this this this country. I'm old enough sadly to have seen the political map like this a few times. Mr Crutch actually in the same same piece in the globe and the same meeting with Mr Harper said I've seen these things many many times in my life. He's a veteran attrition politician as everybody knows he's in his eighties now I think the prime minister will be paying attention to all parts of the country. He does have to pay attention to the message that was sent from Quebec as well. His second. The other person who's working with an McClellan on the transition is a woman named you bet. You don't who's from Montreal Well known in the Michelle Business Community. She's currently our ambassador to France The Prime Minister is a Quebec member of parliament himself. And if there's anybody that grew up talking about Quebec separation and the implications of it at their dinner table it would be Justin Trudeau so I think on that front. I think he's probably more comfortable managing that file but he's got to be the prime minister for the the whole country job. Okay and does he shun the the opposition parties out as Harper's also says no no he can't. He's not GonNa do that because Canadians. Returned with a minority government for a reason. He's not going to govern like he has a majority and with swagger. I don't think that's the impact. I think you're gonNA see a delay. Hey in the throne speech coming in. Because the prime minister is looking at what measures he can identify that we're priorities for his government and there might be some common ground with the other parties. All He needs. Though is fourteen votes every single time the end. EP are in no hurry to go back to an election. The blocker in no hurry to go back to the election the Conservatives does are in trouble with the moment with Mr Sheer yes. They won more seats. But the nicer out for Mister Scheer and so I think the prime minister will be able to find common ground with at least fourteen. MP's on and the other opposite opposite side of the House for at least the next two to three years. Neil you agree to a certain degree. I still go back to to Mr Harper. I spoke about yesterday. I lived through that Two thousand six to two thousand eleven Minority period as a staffer in the in the various cabinet ministers office during that time governing. Like you have a majority is not that difficult. If you're doing Putting forward legislation that Canadians from coast to coast to coast. We used to say If Canadian support it If Canadian in support you know tougher. Crime penalties You can put that. Before the House of Commons and miraculously will pass. People won't show up for votes In the opposition parties Because they know Canadians wanted at that time tougher. Penalties for certain crimes There is a a a host of other legislation that was passed in those five years of minority that speak to the ability to to govern ever and with public support and also pointed out In two thousand six a newly formed conservative government found themselves without representation on the island of Montreal and Mr Harper thought it was important enough to representation from the of Montreal that he appointed My former boss we as the newspapers used to call them. The unelected unaccountable Senator Fortunately Minister of Public Works and Government Services Who got to work? rolled up his sleeves. Got To work Did yeoman service both for the Canadian public and for for the island of Montreal. And by the time the Ritz were came in for the two thousand eight election People just call the minister. Fortunate you didn't worry about whether he's unelected unaccountable get point. Moving along I Susan you just mentioned sheer and all his concerns within his caucus focus and the Conservative Party. We haven't heard anything from him since the election other than the day after. How good is this type of talk for the Conservatives? I'm going to start with you you on this. Neil Can Shear survive all this talk. Sure I think there's a path for for Mr Sheer to survive For sure You know it's been. It's been ten or eleven days since the election People perhaps had different ideas about how this election would play out CONSERVA supporters. That is And they're venting it's. It's a lot easier to vent publicly now than it has been in the past I would say that there's probably just as much concern in the Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party I don't think anybody got the the outcome they expected from this election. ten days after you know ten days after election people should still be taking a deep breath relaxing. I don't find it Particularly worrisome that Mister Scheer Shear hasn't been heard from since the since the day after the election. We haven't heard from Mr Trudeau have in that news conference after once. So cheery at at one news conference since then. You know the these. These politicians Have to recover from a forty campaign which is Unbelievably taxing axeing on your constitution. Your personal physical constitution and L. P. Families P people you know people people will come out and say what they will say The Liberal Party perhaps have been a better at muting internal party dissension by. Imagine that it's there that People are frustrated within the Liberal Party party that they were they were reduced from In two thousand fifteen I think they got one hundred. Eighty two seats lost five seats through. by-elections hundred seventy seven and then came back after this election with one hundred fifty seven seats I'm sure there's internal liberal Worrying about that results Uh You know Mr Sheer has to get to work Show the party that He's the gentleman for the job Going into an April Convention and and work to change messages that are broader section of the public and support Susan. So a couple of things longer Mr the shares in trouble the better it is for the Liberal Party And and actually that means the parliament parliament will last longer so for people who are wondering about legislation getting through or for being able the deal with parliamentarians the longer conservative parties in turmoil the more stable the the minority government is I think Mr Shears in a little bit of the trump trouble because he was not The consensus choice of the party. It took thirteen ballots in the last leadership to get him. And beat Max Bernie who then left and we all all know what happened to him Good riddance to as they say. But I think Mr Shoes in trouble we saw Mr Mackay Peter. Mackay come out this week. Who's obviously the one that everybody talks about is the most potential successor successor to to Mr Xi at the moment saying it's like having a breakaway missing the net? He tried to backpedal that a little bit. But I I failed I think th well actually I think Peter Mackay achieved what he wanted. which was having people talk about him? As a potential leadership successor Mr Sheer is going to have to both both rally his caucus rally public opinion and deliver in the House of Commons at the same time he is not an experienced political leader. He's an experienced politician. He's a career politician Shen but he's not been the leader for all that long and he's not gonNA leader in fractious times so the difference is where in the past. He had his sights trained on Justin Trudeau and that was the flank. That's the only Frankie had to look at now. He's got to look at his rear at the same time. Guard his rear flank. And I think that's GonNa make it very interesting very challenging and I expect some disarray in the Conservative Party for the next little while while interesting one final story that I'd like to bring up. That got us all chatting in the office was Elizabeth May told CBC that she was interested interested unquote in becoming the speaker of the house When when returns your thoughts on this? We'll start with you Susan. What I think? It's very interesting interesting. I'm sure Jeff Regan. Current Speaker would find it quite interesting as well. Speakers are chosen by the members of the members of parliament. It's the very first order of business when parliament comes back and all of the MP's vote there's some calculus that goes into it on some of the parties parties. Consider whether or not they can give up a seat. Because is that that person who holds the speaker's chair no longer votes unless there is a tie which happens very seldom so there's calculus in that with the Liberals you know. Are they still comfortable Having Mr Regan put his name. Put forward dismissed. Regan still want to be speaker. I would argue that. The only reason he would give up being speaker is if perhaps he would be given a cabinet post The liberals may want to have someone who has a sense of the house for the next little while Elizabeth as a good parliamentarian. Her party might need in the house. It would be hard to her. I think it would be hard for. Elizabeth may just be the speaker unless she sees herself in the order of The gentleman from the UK who's just retired after ten years though. I I can't hear her barking awed over the next little while we'll see neil you know it's not out of the realm of possible whether it's probable is completely different. Story Ori I agree with Susan about the current speaker Jeff Reagan. It's hard as governing party in a minority parliament to Give up one of your piece to be speaker It was more. It was more seamless when When when Harper came into power in two thousand six Mister Milliken liberal was was already speaker. And so is a natural progression So Tori was easier progression to keep him in his speaker As a as a member of the opposition speaker because he he's already in place when when when the Conservatives took control of the house Whether Mr Trudeau can convince Mr Sheer to offer offer up one of his piece to be speaker will be interesting Ms May I don't think she's going to become speaker. Say I put I put. I'd put twenty bucks down on that. Okay Twenty Bucks. We heard that all coffee sounds good. Well Susan meal that with a great discussion and we'll talk with you guys next week and thanks to you. 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National Affairs Panel: Provincial premiers make their demands

The Current

21:33 min | 11 months ago

National Affairs Panel: Provincial premiers make their demands

"How do you take down criminal network hidden in the shadows? I tell him that. I know that they're the ones who are running the largest child abuse website on the dark net the journalists working to expose the darkest corners of the Internet. That's your playroom for that's your baby's clothes. That's my house. The police ace who hunt down online predators. The environment. They're using no we didn't we didn't make it. They made it hunting. MOORHEAD subscribe wherever you get at your podcasts. This is a CBC DC podcast. Hi I'm Laura Lynch this podcast from the December third edition of the current can't if you can't sustain healthcare and all the multitude of services don't start with another program get that right start by getting that right because there are too many people across this country waiting far too long to get care and we as premiers have to address that issue head on But without a relationship with Ottawa is some sustenance. We're not going to achieve the goals. The Canadians deserve us to achieve. So that's my point Manitoba Premier. Brian Pallister speaking yesterday about the liberal. Government's Pharma Care Proposal. Canada's provincial. Premiers might have different opinions about that plan but yesterday they agreed auto wash should increase healthcare transfers. They shoot several other demands for Justin Trudeau to when they met in Toronto and with the Prime Minister. Handicapped by a minority government and concerns earns about politically fractured country. They're banking on getting a captive audience. In fact the premier's many of them conservative are sounding a lot like the opposition these days while Andrew Scheer Shear leader of the official opposition faces on going questions about his future our national affairs panel is here to discuss all of this. JP tasker is reporter in the CBS's parliamentary bureau. We've reached him in Toronto. Susan delicate is a national columnist and Ottawa. Bureau chief for the Toronto Star. She is in our Ottawa. Studio and and Checchi Curl is executive director of the Angus Reid Institute and she is in our London England studio today. Hello to all of you good. Jp Let's start with you the premier's here's had a laundry list of demands to what stood out for you as the most important. Yeah I mean it's hard not to see this year's meeting as anything but a victory no AETNA victory for from Berta Premium Jason Kenney You know I'm calling it the candy coup because he came up with a plan a plan for fairness for over to any gun all thirteen eighteen provincial territorial leaders to sign on and it really isn't small potatoes stop they've agreed to some big changes to the fiscal stabilization program which it sounds rather dull but it really could be something to help deal with these national unique questions. We've been facing over the last number of months and really what they've all agreed to do. Is pressure off watching boost the payments they give provinces that are going through tough times promises like Albertus Newfoundland Labrador which has seen their budgets have been holed blowing allowing them because of the oil. Price Crater I mean he thinks they've agreed to the premiums also agreed to pressure off a chain bill c sixty nine which hearing a lot about lately to the environmental neck. Liberal government introduced in the last parliament. They all said that there needs to be some change legislation to make them more palatable than the natural resources sector actor that he can get. Projects Built Kenny had both of those at the top of this list and the others went along. Even someone like the John Organ is obviously been against pipeline pointed development. He's agreed to sign on the dotted line with this one after the government to kind weaken or water down its environmental assessment bill. So that's that it's not insignificant and I think the Liberal government has got his marching orders from the dreamers And it's something it carries more weight. I think when they've all agreed to the same principle. Susan Delacour stood out to you. I think yes the call for unity and it should be said that Premieres are never so united as when they're asking auto offer for thing You and I have been covering this longtime Laura and we know that when it comes down to Asking them in to agree with what they should give to the federation rather than get from the federation it becomes a more Conflicted discussion but I to to like J. P. was struck by the tone The idea that they were all going to hang together I it's not insignificant significant to note though to that Christa Freeland the new deputy prime minister and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs was sounding pretty positive after she's been having thing some rather upbeat meetings with some of the premier's and She was trying to keep that tone up when she responded yesterday to or or her spokespeople responded to the premier saying Ottawa listening Ottawa's open. And we'll see that being said I. I did ask the Prime Minister's Office yesterday whether anything happening at the premier's conference yesterday we would see in the throne speech later this week and I said At these they said probably not. Okay Suchy Crow. What do you make of the way? The premiums tried to present a united front. You Know I. It's like this to shut cheese on this. So the less cynical shut she would say that yes. These are areas where the premier can move the ball because they know that they are priorities for government because government knows that these are priorities for Canadian. So what we're consistently the top issues in the federal election campaign health spending in a one in five Canadian. ADA has trouble accessing primary healthcare whether that's finding a doctor or finding themselves on waiting lists for surgery or for other procedures Pharma Care Plan. Dan Huge win in terms of buyin across the political spectrum conservatives many conservatives like it just as much as those on the left of center and you you know despite JP talks about the coup for Kenny the idea that L. Berta particularly and the western provinces albertans sketch catch. One have been in need of relief in need of recalibration on the equalization front on the economic front is not a new message. So I'm not tremendously surprised to see movement on that now cynical Shijie says that. It's really easy for premieres to come together and present a so called United Front Front and put the onus on Ottawa and really put the ball back in their court. When you're dealing with low hanging fruit you know? The the premiums did not come together to talk about interprovincial provincial trade barriers or labor mobility or sharing delivery of health and education or indeed the carbon tax because those would have been much more fractious conversations right so they knew how to present the United Front. JP just wonder It was called this meeting And he also chaired the meeting and tried to look like Captain Canada. I'm wondering how much you noticed. Sort of a transformation of his Or attempt to transforming his role on the national stage since the election. Yeah Yeah I mean it's been a rocky eighteen months. Since he was first elected is numbers of tanks in the polls here provincially so I think he is trying to present himself as Captain Canada. He you know. Prime Minister and Liberal Party slagged them for the better part of three months basically trying to pin the reelection hopes on him You know making him the foil if you will to their plan and you know he has been fairly gracious. I think he's tried to avoid going after the prime minister going after Liberal Party in those times. But let's not a have any doubts here. He's still very much opposed to the liberal plan. And you know he was the CO hosts at that meeting yesterday and none of the liberal government's priorities were reflected in communicated they produce at the end of that meeting You know he has definitely been a thorn in their side on things like infrastructure and other of dinosaur in the side on things like handguns handguns and all the liberal agenda needs to be they need to work with the provinces and territories to get some of their big election promises. And it's looking like they just don't have a willing group right yeah. There's no way they can get farmer care across the line if they have people like Brian Pallister yesterday pouring cold water on it thing. Forget about a new social program. Let's work with what we got so Doug Doug Ford is definitely still very much part of the resistance if you will. If you'll remember that team this magazine cover on the claims when they had all the conservative minded premiums front and center with that resistance assistance. Banner along the bottom. He's still ringleader in that leading the charge against the Liberals Agenda but he is taking a more conciliatory tone is definitely more cordial cordial than he has been in the past all right Susan given all of all of that and and what you've told us about the PMO's replied the premier's demands. How hard do you think it's going to beef? Prime Minister to smooth over regional divides during the second term in office. Well I think just as there's a Ford two point zero A brand new. Doug Ford there is also brand new. Justin Trudeau You know I I too have a cynical susana an optimistic but let's stay dealing with a bunch of Split personalities here history Algeria and and speaking speaking of Split Personalities It will be interesting to see whether Justin Trudeau two point zero. The post-election humble more more low profile Justin Trudeau That idea sort of infuses the next few months. It's it in two thousand fifteen when Justin true there are many differences between Justin Trudeau. Twenty fifteen and twenty nineteen But the that Justin Trudeau held a first ministers meeting before for he did a throne speech two weeks before This Justin Trudeau was waiting almost two months afterward and he has been meeting with them and talking with them them one on one. But I think you're seeing a slower more deliberative Federal Government a little more more cautious I think what you're going to see from them to is Less identity stuff Less talking about who they dr rather than what they're going to do If you like More verbs fewer nouns in the In the speech from the throne I I I get the sense. That and they've been telegraphing this that the election for everybody was a humbling. Experience and Dat Demeanor is going to be taken to discussions. We'll see how long it lasts. Politics is not for the humble as we know no but But but that is the approach right now look. The word of the last month of this year is going to be collaboration shouting. What do you think Canadians want to see from this new parliament? Well I think they do want to see something of that collaboration if you live anywhere outside of Ontario in this country you're you're quite of the view auto is not listening to your needs your priorities or reflecting. What's important to you? So you know. Susan talks about the reset or or or the new Trudeau in the new Ford. Look these things have to go beyond tone. Certainly it helps to walk back the rhetoric it helps to walk back some of the virtue signaling but ultimately this is a a government that is going to have to walk. It's talk and so that does mean squaring the circle on things such as Bill C sixty nine and that's going to get very thorny because they also so have a pretty motivated committed pro climate change base that Burnham and elected them and we'll maybe not take kindly to seeing that watered watered down at the end of the day. Canadians usually have a pretty positive view or pretty optimistic view of minority parliaments. Insofar so far is they look at it as an opportunity for their own needs and priorities to be met. And you see this with the outcome of this last election. two-thirds thirds say that they're either pleased or neutral about the election outcome. No one's really in a mood to see another election anytime soon so this can be a time. We're both the premiers and the parties and parliament can actually demonstrate that the political class isn't tuned out isn't focused on their their own gamesmanship gamesmanship in does have an opportunity And a motivation to actually work on behalf of Canadians. Let's see again. Whether any of that comes to fruition I think a lot of that has to do with how skillfully Trudeau and his government can manage a minority parliament. We saw in the first term that they didn't necessarily early skillfully handle a majority. Parliament will see. Jp What are you expecting from the throne speech. I think it's the forty third. Parliament will look a lot different than the forty thirty second parliament that we just finished. And I think there's a two pronged approach for the liberal government essay head into this minority governments. There could be an election within eighteen months two years. Who knows but but they have to be thinking they have to be election ready as it is now and I think they're going to be really going after Quebec we saw and how they might make mention of the throne speech? We saw how justin intruder structure to cabinet that time. Many more people from Quebec in prominent positions in an effort to win back those seats that went blocked the last time. If they want to get that majority government back they have to pick up the seats. That went to the book. Like why there's thirty two was during across some cheering Grassi. Off and then each and every day so they put Pablo Rodriguez House leader. He was the heritage minister. I should say now. He's going to be the host leader. He's going to have to deal with the You know a group of contingent. That is very much more Quebec centric. They didn't have that that problem time. They might have to throw a bone here and there to keep them on side. And they do have to smooth over this western illumination thing. That prime minister doesn't WanNA head into another election Russian Dealing with a flare up of something like exit in Alberta Saskatchewan now. I don't think he's been a remarkably improved his standing among western Canadians and win a bunch of feedback but even just to do something throw them a bone. Maybe Change Bill Sixty nine maybe look at alternatives to the oil tanker Bangle. They put in when British Columbia in the last time just to show the rest of Canada that they're sensitive to western Kenyan alien nation that they're on it that they're doing something I think setting Christie it really really up you know. Trudeau's top tenant as deputy prime minister and the lead on. This file does send a message that this will be the focus so they deal with those two issues. I think their mind. They believe that they can drag small right back into majority government of course easier said than done I host of ideas join me on a deep dive into contemporary thought and intellectual history at ideas we explore everything from the roots of totalitarianism to the evolution of Denim. No topic is off limits. Each episode cracks open a concept to see how it's played out over place and time and shows why it still matters today. Subscribe to ideas on the listen APP. Or wherever you catch podcasts now Susan a ah one of the first orders of business in parliament resumes as electing a new speaker and W- that's an important role in a minority government right. Yes it is The the the last speaker. Jeff Regan is running again as is a former liberal caucus chair Anthony Roda And there a AH a number of other Carol Hughes from the The the strange thing is we. We don't know who exactly is renting until tomorrow night at six PM because it's like like negative option billing you are considered a candidate until you pull your name off and some of these new rookies Ninety eight of them may not know that they have to do that. So if if you are the they're listening. MP's were still on the list. Knock your name off. But we're expecting about half a dozen people to run and I'm going to be watching the just the visuals of this. They're going to be interesting. I think people have forgotten that the the first of the last Trudeau government woman true to one point zero. Unusually only had one throne speech. Usually governments have them every couple of years and the last government Their explanation clinician was. Well we had so much in the platform and the first throne speech. We didn't need to do another one But a lot has changed since two thousand fifteen put it mildly And one of them is that center block has been shut down now for a year. So this is GonNa be the first time we see the the speech from the throne being read by Julie Piat who is not Governor General in two thousand fifteen and in the new Senate building which is the old government conference centre which means that. MP's actually have to walk outdoors hours and down the street here in Ottawa. To go and see the throne speech so it's going to be different in in just the visual look of it and it is going to be different. I think very very different from twenty fifteen as I was saying I think in tone I was struck the liberal platform about. How many their promises hinged on help with others including premieres and? I think you're going to hear that will will be a a a strong theme is We'd like to get these things done but we need help from others to do it including the opposition parties. Well let's see I don't want to do at the time. Remaining is just go round the table but about the different leaders. Jp Let's start with you. Andrew shared facing calls from some conservatives to step down. What will he do once? The House is back in session into put those questions to rest. Yeah the stakes are so high for Andrea Sherr over the next five or so months before that leadership review able April. He has to really shore up support and I think he has has to prove he's a formidable opposition leader. Someone who can take on Trudeau head-on If only to make it clear to the party membership that someone someone who can do it next time the next election. He's capable of toppling prime minister I think he was not a terrible opposition leader. I think he really was quite effective on things like essences since the level and he's bloodied them up a bit on that day in and day out of the House of Commons. If we can have a repeat performance he might be able to salvage his reputation among the party base. which you know from everyone? I've been speaking to seeming to turn off in a bit They they've kind of gone off. After the October twenty first election so he has to come out in a very leisurely way and he has to be squarely focused on taking on the prime minister. Not Easy and he's going to be pulled away from the house quite often over the next few months because he's on on these listening tours going out to meet with party members across the country to try and convince them to back him in the leadership review. We're GONNA have in April in Toronto. So it's it'd be a very difficult task for him and if that's if he can hang on. I mean the pressure might build to such a point that untenable for md even stay on as leader but third forty. We've seen more and more voice them for like we have in the last two weeks to call that all right. I do not envy Andrea Sherr jumping in on you. Because we've only got about a minute and a half left and we have two more leaders to go through shots she curl. What will end EP leader Doug? Mitzi need to do to advance. His party's agenda Parliament. He has to look like he is effective in parliament and he has to hope that the troubles of Andrew Scheer can continue although I would say that they're not really just about Andrew sheer the manner. The leader it is more of an existential angst that conservatives take going forward are facing do they want to be the social conservative protests party of Alberta Saskatchewan. Do they want to be more centrist party. Seeing did not end ended up performing as well as he did in two thousand fifteen yet. He has enough personal credibility to probably ride him through if he can look like. He's making making a difference and then for Trudeau and for the liberals there's two things they need to count on the fact that the opposition parties will be preoccupied with their own issues and more than just tone and showing humility. They actually need to show sincerity. Western candidate needs more than just a bone thrown into it. It actually needs to see that it's feeling respect pacers and you only have about thirty seconds left. I'm not going to Elizabeth May. Because she's announced her resignation. But what about capable leader. Ethan's Blanchet clearly clearly the most intriguing and fascinating leader during the election campaign interested. See if that carries on and also interested to see if they're going to be like the Bloc Quebecois allow position was in nineteen ninety-three or so Very civil very effective but the difference between a national separatist party and a separatist separatist separatist party. I'm going to be watching. How do you represent Quebec that way all right? Thank you very much to all three of you looking forward to the resumption of parliament. Thank you you AH JP tasker as a reporter in the parliamentary bureau. He was in Toronto. Susan Delicate is a national columnist bureau chief for the Toronto Star. She was in our Ottawa. 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The first wrestling observer live of the decade the First Wrestling Observer live of twenty twenty have talked about today a lot of stuff. We had no show Tuesday no show Wednesday. We haven't said a word about the wedding we had last night's aws exte- shows. Mostly W and X T was recap show but all of that is news. Talk about we're heading into the Tokyo Dome Weekend. The royal rumble is coming up. They meltzer not going to be going to the JIRA. Crew's coming up at the end of this month where we will be doing. I believe at least to live it shows here on sports byline from the boat. Of course worse we are going to be on a boat. God only knows what's going to happen but that is the plan so later on this month to shows from Jericho crews and maybe some more podcasts. As as well for subscribers at wrestling observer DOT COM. So today what we're GonNa do is GonNa take your feedback. I haven't heard what you actually heard what you had to say about the wedding. 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They're moving to bt sports RAW SMACKDOWN ANNEX ANNEX T an annex t UK are moving to bt sports and everything is going to air live but they are also going to be doing prime time. Same Day repeats. So if you're a fan and you don't want to watch an exterior. God only knows what our let's see. There's here at eight so it'd be about four a M my math is correct which rarely is in the UK so instead of having watched like four am. You'll be able to do a same day. Primetime replay play. So that's cool. All shows moving their numbers on sky were horrible. I'm talking wretched and bts or things thinks they can turn this around so that's the update there. The wedding was on raw. I thought it sucked there was there. Were a few things about it that were funny but overall it was pretty much awful television flooded with negative feedback. Not Quite as bad as hell in the cell with the fiend and the Mallet people hated that a lot more a lot of people hated. This show still did two point. Four three three million viewers. which in fact was the exact exact same viewership as smackdown did on Friday? They both did two point. Four three three million viewers. That's wacky some being on Fox doing the same viewership is Ron USA. That's troublesome but it looks like that's where they're going to settle in here now. That football season is largely over over. We had Charlotte on dry day getting engaged. On New Year's Eve we had Roman reigns beating dull ziglar on New Year's Eve as well awesome twenty four seven title changes are truth left with the belt we got the teams announced for the Dusty Rhodes tag team classic and we had a w an annex t last night. So basically whatever's on your mind today give us a call or give say text message and the only thing that I need to announce here his the Tokyo Dome is this weekend two of them and so that means that starting Monday. 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And you can predict whatever you want but my rules and these are. The rules laid down by Art Bell when he started the prediction show non wrestling. Obviously you're not allowed to predict anybody's death but other net it's fair game and if you want a chance to win the grand prize then you have to do you a prediction that goes out on a limb. So don't think that you can win by saying well. The raw numbers are going to go down during football season at twenty twenty. But we know that yeah. You'd be right but he ain't GonNa win that prediction. I need to go out on a limb because if five people people correctly predict something then the person that goes the furthest out on a limb there the one who wins and we will also get a prediction from Mike and we will get a I already have my prediction for twenty twenty and I have to go through all the predictions from last year. But my prediction is that my hi prediction is going to be the Grand Prize winner this year. I'm a fair man. I do believe that. And my twenty twenty prediction. I think I got a good one so make sure you come up with one for tomorrow Mike. I will try my absolute best to do so as Tim. In Miami has trademarked making bold prediction. Action is the only way you're going to win. I hope since you're bragging about it already that you already have a bold prediction in mind already set up and ready to go me. You said that Rena listening. I've got a twenty twenty. I'm listening to you. I'm surprised by this on your convictions. Actions it's easy because you know what I think I won last year's prediction contest and my prediction was easy. Like if you knew anything about anything you could have made the prediction addiction. I made but I still think I won. And I think that my prediction this year if you really think about it I think it's easy and logical and I think that I'm going to win and it is rather blind. Trust me trust me especially after the wedding on Monday. This is a bold prediction muggy tomorrow. Okay okay all righty so we got a lot of stuff here. We got a lot of feedback. People seem to hate the wedding. I thought I thought the wedding was bad. I did think I think that the efficient was great. I thought there were a couple of lines in there. That were cute but overall I mean one of my biggest problems with it was they did the lesbian angle and years ago. Stephanie made some comment about how they were going to do it. And it would be tasteful or something. I can't remember what they said and Sony Deville has wanted to do one forever and she's pitched them. If I recall correctly I mean they talked on total divas about an idea that they were gonNA pitch and and of course they never did it and now they're doing it with live Morgan and Lana of all people. That was a swerve at the end of the wedding segment. And it doesn't matter that it's twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Twenty twenty is soon as live Morgan and Lana revealed their love reach other. The crowd went crazy. They wanted to see the two blonde lesbians get together and then they got in a fight and it absolutely killed the crowd. So I guess we're GONNA get mixed tags here so I guess they're making not doing the lesbian angle. I don't know what they're doing but my God a lot of people not happy about that. Twist and the way they did it. Oh 'cause it was awful. It was terrible. A lot of different levels This was not as entertaining as weddings of the past. Did Not leave us with that. Great visual such such a Stephanie. McMahon's face or Trish stratus wedding dress. We didn't get that one. It was not it was just a typically bad trashy trashy wwe segment that was designed to be trashy in bed and in some ways. They accomplished their goal. It dragged on forever. Some of the the acting was awful. I mean the makeup rubbing off online his face. There were a lot of things that were not very good about that at all. And like you keep mentioning. It was is designed to be that way but I think what is the biggest problem for. Some people is the way that is soon as you have a lesbian storyline. Or what looks like it could be with with Mandy. Were with live Morgan. Coming out there and declaring her love for Lan The fact that Lana immediately punched in the face and there we go like that's I. I don't know they did have a chance with Sony Deville to do something and it's not like you still can't do something with that but it just a kind of figures that you have a door that's wide open to you that you can use. You can walk down a classy and good path and actually tell the story. That's actually rooted with something. Even if it's not the classiest you know most uplifting story line in the world he at least could have had something rooted in something real and you go and he decided sighted to take this method. But it's Paul Heyman. It's Vince McMahon. I pointed a finger directly those to it. Nobody else just kind of hand waved away was was what it was. We'll have to see where it goes but in some ways kind of I guess everybody got what they wanted out of that deal. People are going to think about it. Exactly what they thought about. It probably elite before it even took place person says I know. WB weddings dwell in general. But I was stunned with that. Ron Number no clue has so many people still watch and even enjoy the class. The shade and awful main roster product. Well part of this was there was no football. The regular season is over so this should be where we are every every week. Maybe a little better because of the wedding. I don't think so because a wedding our was the lowest of the three. But we're looking at about two point four million viewers now that we're at a football season and a lot of women. I'm in a lot of women. 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Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike on the sports byline broadcasting network the show is here wrestling observer live makes the also wrestling observer dot com. Let's go to our caller Roger is on the year Roger. What's going on Hello Brian Film Pretty Good. I just had one question to you about Seth rollins. Yes so when you consider as may have it run this year and his air L. Tiring last year. You think throwing you better mid cars. Amanda Fentor I WanNa thank you very much for the call. Do I think that Seth rollins South Rollins is a better mid Carter than main offender vendor. No no I think he's a better main event. I agree with that. And here's the thing seth rollins. I think some people forget that it was about a year ago and Seth rollins was so over as a baby. Face like Roman reigns had vanished with leukemia and they needed to put somebody in that role. And they chose Seth and he would go out there in the fans would go crazy and they do the burn it down chance he was actually he wasn't like Johnson or anything like that but as far as the top baby-faced facing wwe he was a top baby face main event or for them at that time it was everything in the last four five months that killed this guy. Dead Lot of it was was the social media stuff. You know social media. How can I explain this? We're down to two point. Four million viewers okay and this is not like like the ninety s where you had ten million people watching the two shows and it was the early days of the Internet and maybe ten ten percent of the people knew what was going online. Maybe five percent period now. Where there's there's two point four million people watching Ron smackdown? And and they know what's going on and Seth rollins going on social media and say a bunch of stupid stuff and look dumb. I mean that in the booking of him crying when the Fien was good. I mean all of this. That that killed Seth rollins very recently like prior to that. This guy was super over her so no I think he's a better made vendor that amid Carter. He ran into some problems. They've now turned him. He'll he's a fine main event. He'll I I mean the bigger issues. We don't have a lot of other main event heels or baby faces so somebody's gotTa do it and he's doing a fine job nothing to lose. No I wouldn't turf. You wanted me to jump in there. He just wanted to let it go. And he comes to Seth rollins. Yeah I mean look physically. He is extremely stream league. Good and we forgot to mention you know his wife or his girlfriend being positioned as more of a man than he is on the show literally calling the man and there was a lot of things that had nothing to do with any rance that he went after anybody on the Internet about and there was a lot of that with will started with with will ask spray. I guess and is expanded out into a bunch of other people and caught a bunch of other people in his net to joining it rainy involved. Tony Kahn involve seemingly. We had a bunch of things spiderweb off of that but you throw all of that crap out into the side and you give him a level playing field. I mean be reasonable and honest about about this. If you picked up Seth rollins dropped him in the middle of new Japan or dropped him in the middle of a w exactly what he'd be doing. You know what I mean. He's not going to be getting beat up the dark order. I wouldn't believe or leading them. I think he'd be doing is feuding with Kenny Omega with Jon. Moxley with cody Rhodes on top of the card. Same thing in new Japan. He'd walk right in there. Neither be aligned to start fighting with Jay White because he shares a lot of the same tendencies. I know how he's being perceived right now and I know how he's trying to be the company man Dan but you throw all that stuff out the side. You look at Seth Rollins as a professional wrestler as an entertainer and he is still as blue chip and his long-term as any of those guys that I you just mentioned and once this nonsense is over with and maybe he never will be with him. Battling with people like Dave Meltzer online and doing all that sort of stuff but you you throw all that stuff out and he still he damned good entertainer of the Sarah. Spur says any news on the video site. Thank you in advance. I can barely talk about video without blown blown my stack. What is wrong here? Say so listen. Site went down last Wednesday. It is now the following following Thursday. We actually got a hold of somebody a week ago Wednesday. But of course they were low on the totem pole and we waited waited and we waited and we waited and we heard nothing and we heard nothing and the last I heard was on Monday. We finally got them to forward it to the right department. Aren't that was Monday. It is now Thursday you paying for this honor ensued. It's not even that it's not even just that we're paying for this. But like they they get a cut like a substantial one so why. There's absolutely no hurry to solve. This problem is mind blowing to me. If there was a better way to do this. I sure we'd have done it but right now this is the best available auction unfortunately is apparently also the worst option. You better check your billing in your bare naked. Build for this pro for saying what's going to happen. We wanted to contact customer service. If we get a problem with billing feeling it'll be another six weeks while we call them right now. There is no number to call this problem with today's age this person here's says why is. Aws being praised for the way they handled the re booking of the women's match last night for me it just makes awol like another independent the promotion since their number one contender scheduled for a title match thought. A match in another independent promotion was more important. Well that's not what happened to stop what happened was she had a booking. She wanted to honor the booking. A W didn't know she had the booking when they found out about it they let her take the booking. It's the right thing to do. It's not somebody choosing an indie over AWA at someone trying to be a standup person and and taking a booking that they A.. Agreed to do an AWA. Let her do it the world. So what's you know what's better The world champion being double booked. I mean there were next week I've ever situations in Houston. One of the things with Paul boss was Harley race thing no showed one if not two title Oh matches like in the Pantheon of history of wrestlers. No showing having issues with bookings and things like this. I mean there was a lot more of things that went sideways and wrong than anybody. Working things out and being adult about it in the way that everybody did in this case and yes was oversight oversight of Stat Lander in aws not doubling down in double checking to make sure that she was all free and clear yes and it s on her and that's on them a little little bit but let's give him some credit here for not smacking around bar wrestling and beyond wrestling especially with beyond wrestling. Because look what they've done for the independent scene and look what they're doing as far as cultivating talent for everybody to be plucked later on so it'd be nice depar- wrestling or beyond frankly as I could had spurs near says if London Reuss have just got divorced a couple of weeks ago in London live. Morgan had a relationship. Does that mean Lana cheated on Roussev with live Morgan. Well just because they got divorced. I mean clearly. They'd had issues prior to that. I mean Lana cheated on Roussette with Bobby Lashley so I guess the story line is she cheated on Russa with everybody. Maybe there's more names to come out of the woodwork. Here rousseff kept wanting sexy always wanted sex sex sex. Maybe that's what drove her into the arms of a woman. Somebody more caring made. They just didn't WANNA use Lana for herself. Although I don't know why that would result in a slap in the face and kate going everywhere but you know what it's wwe fomc take off. You know what it is percents. I was not in shambles as many others. Were with the wedding but my main problem was it went on forever waiting on a full raw show with no wrestling three three hours of promos. Well that won't happen although if I could get an NWEA show from the eighties with three hours. promos no wrestling. I'd be totally happy. I asked for that on Sunday now. I made a point the Monday. Show that when it comes to ratings traditionally and by the way this goes for matches as well. Even though Vince Russo's claim that nobody wants to watch long matches matches. It's just like the myth of a live versus tape. Tape does not gonNA do as well. We'll taped always does well. Sometimes it does better and the reality is long long matches and long segments. Do better in the ratings then short matches and short segments so by making the wedding very very long and doing a long overrun. They don't have the quarters for it. But every time that they do a segment like this it always grows and grows and grows and grows throughout throughout the segment. That's why they do these long segments so I mean. The third hour held up a lot better than usual so even though it was down from our one in our two they the only dropped eight percent from the first hour to the end of the show. That's not bad at all. I mean that's great retention. It's it is but that but that what that means is a lot of people stuck around for the wedding because it went so long I. I don't know if it's because it went so long. Nobody nobody knew was going to have a ten minute over on or anything like that. They just knew it was going to be a train wreck they just knew it was going to be exactly what it was. So that's why they tuned tuned in and they hung onto it i. I don't think it's good though that that thing dropped what was it. I know it was only eight percent but the retention rate you would have figured it would have went up since they have focused on it so much and they have touted this thing and people have tried to touted as look at the social media. Numbers look at the attention. It's getting look at the sacraments. Look at what it's doing. I'm not that impressed. You know and the numbers and impressive any way you know and and things are impressive right now under the circumstances but this was supposed the great thing here that they're hanging their hat on as a it's okay. Our sports entertainment still works and that was the best you could do is to have an hour. Three that was two point. Three two million viewers it. Just I don't know I just was not impressed. I have to say w improved. Those picture and picture commercial breaks big time last night it is. That's that's what I felt with the same and Guevarra cards queuing bit seriously the best way to use the brakes. Don't require audio. It was way there was nothing last night that happened during a break that they didn't tell us about afterwards because nothing important happened during the break it was a vast improvement last night's aid w vastly improved over the show that closed style. They're year but it was great echina- moment observer live the message rates may apply. Please don't text and drive. See people do you or someone you know sweat the bed. Do you ever wake up feeling like you've been sweating. The bed is a serious but a common problem that affects your sleep health and happiness plus. 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Live Flip Bryan Alvarez and Mike Simple v on the sports byline broadcasting network back in the show. Brian Elber is here wrestling. Observer Server live mixing also wrestling observer dot com you want text is forty-five seven eight zero seven. Five six is the phone number if you want to call one one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine and we're gonna go to bed and kwait you're on the air here. What is going on man to one of those days? I'm GonNa like teach you how to see my name correctly. I just yeah it's a ad so like eight hundred eighty. Yeah Yeah I'm GonNa talk on it right there but he said that was perfect. Mike thank you thank you. How committed all right? What's up? Yeah so just any news. The Bud Dave. That's one part of the other part is NFC moving out to the full fin to be honest. I think if they move out they will not sell like w if they do the crowd will not be as hot as NFC crowd or the council. I think it will hurt product this yourself and keeping your work and your first question. First question was about Dave actually news about the Komo news about Dave all right. Well thank you very much. Call all right so I don't know a lot about what's going on with Dave except he's having fun in Japan and I do know that he Dave's handlers. He is blown away by these eight K.. TV's they have in Japan. He's on another planet. Oh my got him watching himself watching. PWG on one of those well. The problem. The sweatshirt in full AK color. Well well the problem. The problem is that you can have a TV but you have to broadcast at eight K.. So it doesn't matter if that's true you watch P wgn and eight K TV TV. It's still going to be under one K.. Anyway Jim Valley. It could have sworn there was going to be a show with Dave that went up last night but I haven't and seen it so. Hopefully nothing went wrong. Hoarding it right now. Him and food. We got together though. He's GonNa get a little rest. And then he's GonNa Edit upload the show with him and Dave and Fumie so if if I don't he says he will be full of errors and sound terrible. We'll have gone up by the way. Do we wait a second. You talking about adobe they'll be like ours is in name only this week. We didn't have any problems. We're just talking about the Tokyu. Don't talk about that filthy. Tom Lawlor does say look man to say we've done for Alaska. Hello been around forever along the site's been around for damn near that many years minus one. That's how long adamant I have been doing a preview show for the Tokyo. Oh Kyo dome show you. How dare you and Filthy Tom? Steel our legacy of having hideous audio issues. Did you do that on purpose. To make sure dude on purpose started off with something for up so I could talk about this next question. I don't even WanNa talk about this time right so listen I have been a to ethics shows here in Seattle paramount theater seats about How many seats eight hundred thousand? Maybe more than that. Someone's GonNa go. Brian is is a fourteen hundred seat. Whatever fifteen hundred fifteen hundred fifteen hundred or less fans go absolutely nuts for this house show? Incredible atmosphere okay full sail seats about three hundred so I think that you can safely find buildings five times the size as a full sail and still have a good crowd. Okay now granted. They run eleven thousand seat. Buildings are so for a takeover of him. But that's a takeover. It's all all of your biggest matches. It's all of your biggest stars. Everything has been built up to for a long time. That's different if you did the weekly random mm-hmm Annex T television show in eleven thousand seat building. You're going to sell no tickets and you're not gonNA have a great crowd not all the time like I'm sure some markets would do well especially if you like every now and then they'll build up to a big show on television it's not a takeover but it's like a takeover level card that you could sell you you know going to a bigger building. But in general like there is a happy medium between a three hundred seat full sail in an eleven thousand seat takeover building and that is is a fifteen hundred seat building in a decent sized market. And you don't need to go every week. I mean if you wanted to keep a relationship with full sail bill and you want to be in full sail once or twice a month. Fine whatever. Okay but I do think that they should be running shows and you know what's amazing about this. I was talking to somebody there. And they mentioned that they were going to be in Seattle on such and such a date and this was months ago by the way this was this was price September October. I can't remember when they mentioned we're going to be in Seattle. I thought Oh wow okay well good. You're getting at a full sail. They were like no one of our house show. I was like what so. You're running TV at a three hundred seat building but you're doing a house shows the paramount theatre in in Seattle. What that's what's happening? So they tour tour. Like if you're already going out in booking these buildings why why aren't you doing TV in the fifteen hundred seat buildings a couple times a month. Why was the extent the paramount? Not a TV taping. It doesn't need to be live and they like to go live but I mean we saw last week on Christmas night a taped nothing happening in exceeded almost nine hundred thousand viewer. It doesn't have to be live so yes. I think that they would do just fine in small mid sized buildings above three hundred hundred under eleven thousand. That's what I do. Well you know you talk about cost. Maybe they're just they don't want to spend the money even though they add. My point is already going going there. I know but they don't want to do the whole setup with with lights and they have a base setup that they used that makes it a little more. TV light but the reality is it's it's not and they just don't want to drag all that stuff out there if they don't have to let me let me say say Mike about that. We just said okay. Yes they have a way they like to do a TV taping but guess what that show last night for an exte- was in a very very unique building and instead data is trying to shoot it like any other show they just let it be shot in that unique building if they run the paramount in Seattle. I don't want them to builder. Ramp and put a Titan Tron or whatever I wanted to look like every other taping. I wanted to look like an x t in the paramount theater. That's cool just throw some damn lights up and hit record you're right and there's a great irony about how they do. It's like doing the staircase arcade in the way that they do they would get a more rapt audience for those shows if they actually filmed it as if it was a house. Show you have two people in a box doc. Somewhere calling it. Who aren't even there and you would probably get as much or more attention for the show Then you would producing it in the way that they have if I mean I think they're missing the mark that way and I think even if they don't want to go with live TV tapings for an x t on the road. I think they need to at least east tape them in these unique locations because of the talent they have your odds of getting a great match are going to be pretty high. So you could really catalog catalogue a bunch of these matches and quite honestly save a little bit of money by putting on superstars on the superstation type of shows up against aws. Yeah I mean they have the ability to do that if they wanted even against Awa live shows. I mean we'll have to see what the numbers are from last night. But I have a feeling that you could do. Things like that and be really effective or just as effective and. I'm surprised that they haven't done that yet and I think they should do that on the network with WWe but they should definitely do the next day. All right. This person here says I thought the four-way Women's match dynamite was put together very well without any point match right got bored not spectacular anything. Everyone the match was used to their strengths. If this were w e two girls will be sleeping outside. Waiting for their turn to in the ring would be heading trading head locks which validates. You're famous quote. What if this match was anywhere else in the world it would be so much better? Well since were comparing Debbie and Awa I will put over W E and and I will put over of all people Carmella okay. It wasn't a match you need to go out of your way to see but a week ago on smackdown. She had a match so horrible double that I was ready to quit watching smackdown and then a week later she got in there with many rows and it was totally fine in fact it was one one of the better Carmella matches I've ever seen so whoever put it together whatever they did. I don't care but it was not horrible. It was actually pretty good so thumbs up. I just want to say this about Carmella what anybody says about her wrestling ability how she projects herself. And and you see it with. Aws is nothing the insult against the women they w but the experience level that they have especially on a stage where there's lots the cameras and I'm not comparing anybody's wrestling acumen. This is just about the show portion of proceedings Carmella and her comfort level and being Carmella is it stands out you know immensely and putting her in a good position again. I'm not saying out there every week and main events against Charlotte Flare Becky Lynch or Shane of Basil or anything like that but putting her in the best position you know why would be Kinda you know good for them because she does stand what is the star and they desperately need stars alrighty. Let's go to the phones bobby. You're on the air what's going on. Hey how are you That's actually a pretty good lead into my question. I I'm GonNa Watch my I knew Japan show not via youtube clips this weekend for the Tokyo Dome. I am stoked I have a quick question. There was a lot of opinion On the internet which is probably the worst place to get opinion ever regarding the w women's championship and maybe it almost feels like a w is somewhat teaching their fan base that titles or something that only change on pay per view which I understand what four pay per views the APP to pay for but it occurred to me and I thought about when she hit the Falcon Arrow and almost ten years in the stadium like exploded. That do you think that when you look it and I know Dave talked about. The destination shows that the women's title was something that they should look to change on television. Or there's something that can kind of drive your ship and maybe drive interest in that particular division making it an important championship that can potentially change On television whether it be next week with Chris Tantalus outlander whether Kurshid I get a match with Jose Bash at the beach from the both Is that is that something that you think would be beneficial to that division. I think well I wanNA thank you very much for the call. I think what's going to be beneficial to. The division is just having good wrestlers. Good matches I mean. I think that they could use news a television title. I don't know if they're gonNA have a television title but I think that a belt that is defended every single week on television. I don't think it should change every week. Otherwise you have the twenty four seven title but I think every week you get a title match on TV and every four or five weeks changes. I I think that that I think that's kind of your well. I think the TV tyler should be your TV belt. The women's division the men's division. I mean you mentioned the pay per views a. We're going to see what happens because nobody has done a national promotion that only ran for pay per views a year since since one thousand nine hundred ninety six her nineteen ninety-five. It's been a long time on. MTV was very different back then. Okay so there are pluses and minuses. That I've talked about one of the negatives to running a show every three months. Is You got a lot at a time in between shows so if you shoot at. MGM Cody Angle at a pay per view in December. And your next show isn't until March Sean. Random months here I mean you gotta you gotTa hold that thing off for three months with two hours of weekly television. That's hard okay. Now now a benefit is when you don't have a pay per view every month you can do for weeks story ARCS. 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It's our Wednesday one on one series and I'm very excited for this one. We've got a great guest. who was good enough to come join us? She is Famous or infamous depending on what corner of the world. You're in one of the recent one person's silenced voices on twitter. Dr Laura Luma thank you for coming in. Thanks for having me well. Yeah it was. We've been talking for a few minutes and it is good to know that you are in fact still a person although not an internet person. Yeah I I am still here still exists. Even though I'm a deep person cancel this left likes to say yes and I know I know you were kicked off twitter August and there was the huge thing where you handcuffed yourself to the walls to the door here in New York City to the twitter headquarters were you. Are you allowed on any other social media platforms. Have they gotten on every single social media platform. So I'm pretty much. The most banned woman in America in May facebook and Instagram instagram banned me and declared to be dangerous individual. And so I'm pretty much banned everywhere but it doesn't just stand of course to facebook and twitter instagram. I've been banned by UBER. Uber eats lift. Go Fund me then Mo Pay Powell. I'm trying to. It's so hard it's like I have to. He tracked almost easier to just say the places I time right studios spring medium. Let's see what else Chase Chase Bank even temporarily shut down access to my online bank account and they've banned some of my friends as well so it just every so often I get banned somewhere else. But the list is growing and growing and Oh periscope as well. I'm bound on periscope the to me out of all of them. The banks the banking is like the creepiest part of that. Because that's really taking away someone's ability to survive. I mean to live in modern society and in two thousand nineteen America without access to a bank account that an and also the banks are and I know people can make this argument for social media as well but the banks are straight up government companies. I mean those are there there's absurd Subsidiaries of the Federal Reserve Bank. They get all of their money. They'd be out of business if they weren't bailed out by the tax payer specifically chase and yet they're now allowed to because they disagree with your politics kick you out or freeze your money or whatever that is man that is Orwellian and creepy. Yeah it is but this is something that of course is not really getting much media attention as it deserves and it hasn't just happened to me. This has happened to several people Chase Bank temporarily shut down on access to my online bank account but They've also permanently banned other people including a joepags she was a veteran of course My friend Enrico Cario. Oh who's one of the leaders of the proud boys Martinez are Coda and a few other people as well so This is something that is becoming more prevalent and they're a using certain individuals as a litmus test. I'd say to see how far they can go because of course you can't just start these bands and implement them on a massive scale without having a lot of pushback resistance from the public. But if you do it to certain people and you kind of ease your way and then you can kind of create this culture in society where people people except D platforming and financial blacklisting and. Just make excuses for it and so now. You're seeing a lot of people especially members of the left-wing media defend these these companies for for banning conservatives or implementing policies to prevent conservatives from having access to a certain credit cards are banks one example as mastercard a few months ago there was a report that was published that members of anti and other radical left-wing organizations and some of these left-wing watchdog groups were organizing meetings with With MasterCard hard to try to influence them to develop some type of advisory panel so that people could voiced concern over mastercard doing business business with certain groups or certain individuals. And of course this is all left-wing left leaning organizations saying Oh so and so's the Nazeer so and so's a big right and when you look at it really these people who they're accusing of being Nazis and bigots and racists aren't really Nazis racists or white supremacists. They're just more right eight leaning in their politics so we're going down a very slippery slope here and you know that's that's why I wore the yellow Jewish star when I handcuffed myself to twitter because this is exactly what happened in the time leading up to the Holocaust the Holocaust didn't begin by shoving Jewish people into ovens and gas chambers right. It began by humanizing thing and ostracizing an entire group of people in Society of financially blacklisting them and enlists right Hiller made lists and so when I see left wing organizations like s ad l.. Or you know any of these other groups making lists of conservatives who ought to be shunned or blacklisted or banned or or D. Platform. It's very dangerous dangerous weather doing. And this is what the most Even the real hard core elements of the alt-right like the ones who do flirt. Flirt and some outright are open fascist or Nazi sympathizers or whatever the AETNA state crowd one of the things they say a lot if you listen to them which I gotta say I disagree with a lot of what they say but sometimes they have a little bit of a point and one of the things they say is that like. Look the demonizing of white people in America. The which is really. I mean if you go to any college campus except like the five religious conservative ones but any any regular liberal arts college. It is so accepted to demonize white people white privilege all all this stuff and they go like okay. Well if white people are going to be a minority in this country in the future which is like you know the projection insane like twenty years or something like that. They're going to be do you think they're all just going to stop once. White people are a minority. Then they'll be like okay we've now equalled out the playing field you guys are a minority. You get minority protection now too. I mean we're looking at time forty years after the civil rights movement. They still say it all the historic injustices are still the reason for any inequality. So they're just he's going to continue to blame white people. It's kind of freaky like what might end up happening in the future. Well you already have the Democrats in Congress of course having preparation hearings so S. used to be a total meam. You know where people say. Oh you know. They talk about reparations. But now you have actual members of Congress calling for white people in this country at to pay reparations to black people for for slavery and I doubt that even even the more moderate Democrats they I doubt they would have the balls calls hands up question the next democratic. Do you support reparations for slavery I doubt Joe Biden would have the balls that he knows. It's Chris I happen to know what happened. Was Joe Biden was asked this question. A few years ago about reparations and so the Democrats of course because the Democrat Party has moved so far are left. They dug up this old interview in which he made comments saying no. I don't believe that I should have to pay reparations. Like I'm not responsible for what people before they did and they were dragging him so in the in the days and weeks leading up to the debate you saw people like I think it was cory booker and a few others taking shots at him and they tried to portray a Joe Biden. Leiden as as you know as a racist or so even though he was vice president for the first black president in America right so yeah. It's already it's already happened and I know there's always like this has always been Rhetorically in my whole lifetime I remember i. You'd always hear people on the left saying the Republicans are moving to the right. You always have people on the right thing. The Democrats are moving to the left left but with the Democrats right now. It's really demonstrable like things. That Obama said ten years ago. If you were to say today would be disqualifying. You'd be done. I mean just Obama saying like we need Obama said flat out when he was talking about the deportations he said look. Don't send your kids. It's going to be really bad so don't send your kids. We need legal immigration not illegal immigration. He was against gay marriage being legally. I mean if you took any of these positions today you would the next day drop to like zero the polls. There's no way you survive the Democratic Party to now if you want to be a Democrat today you have to be in favor of giving abortions to trans men and providing healthcare to illegal aliens the back here because he said to Trans Women in the debate and we were all making fun of it. We were Trans Women. Don't have a uterus so so wherever you come down on the abortion debate. I don't think they and then he goes no I misspoke. I meant trans men. So basically what he did was Miss Gender he committed needed. The ultimate lefty Sin Gender. He should be fucking band off of twitter and all that so I want to know is like an what world are we living in where you have a debate. And then these so-called respected mainstream media pundits just sit there without challenging him like I was moderating that day that debate. I would've been like Julian. What the fuck are you talking about like? Men can't get pregnant. Yeah but none of them suddenly. And then the fact that you've got and you've got twenty candidates in the field so everybody's everybody's got a kind of separate themselves. You'd think if one person said the most retarded thing that's ever been said like men should be able to have abortions too that someone else would be like. Oh there's an opening for me me to score some points but it goes to show you that everyone is terrified of the Progressive Left. Yes whatever you even like the woke. PC crowd which which really doesn't make up that big of a percentage of America. It's just that everyone's scared of them. It's a weird dynamic right. 'cause there's no way they're going to win. A general election saying illegals should get taxpayer provided healthcare that they want to decriminalize illegal immigration to our country. So we're going to have every single person in the world right. What's our seven billion people on this planet? Everybody's welcome in America. And then the American taxpayers are just GONNA pay for everybody and it's healthcare to to our veterans veterans right. There are people in this country like nine eleven first responders who just testified on the hill with John Stewart. A couple of weeks ago. One of the guys who is standing right next. Tom Just died a few days ago right. So why don't we give those people healthcare before we start paying for illegal aliens and people who just want to freeload off of American taxpayers. There's all these free benefits. We can't afford it. Yeah well we can't afford it and we can't do it. I mean the government is so ineffective as the example. You just use just providing for the people he would think would be the first on the list like veterans coming back from war first responders on nine eleven. We can't even get that strip and it's not as if even with the open borders argument. I hi can respect at least in theory there are like some some libertarians. Who will be like look? I think we should abolish the welfare state and people can can come and go as as they please like okay. At least there is an ideological consistency to that but the AO see wing. Whose basically saying we should have open borders and the government inch should provide health care? Education housing probably six other things. I'm not even thinking of right now. How could that just paper? How could that possibly work? How how could it possibly work? If you're going to provide everything for people and decriminalize entering the country illegally why wouldn't just millions more people. People from Central America wonderfully who are already flooding logical. Dave I mean you're not allowed to be logical left as an oxymoron. Can't talk about things were but really. It just goes to show the absurdity right. We're living in a time. Now where we have members of Congress who are calling illegal immigrant detention centers there's concentration camps right. We have members of Congress who are using their positions to advocate for members of Isis. Who are trying to kill Americans right and I'm talking about the Hamas Caucus Ilhan Omar Maher who advocated for nine men who tried to join isis overseas? And the media doesn't talk about this right you have. AFC WHO's proposing this green new deal right so we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA kill all the cows all right 'cause cows fart and that's bad for the environment and we're going to ban airplane so you're never gonna be able to travel anywhere again. They don't just does. Anyone really thinks thinks that this is going to work in a modern society. Why isn't anyone on the left challenging? This what's the Democrat Party. Truly is that even the most absurd things talking about banning airplane travel killing cows because when severe weather strikes. It's important your in the know. Even power goes out and cellular networks are down radio. uh-huh can be your lifeline and next radio is the free APP THAT BRINGS FM radio right to your android smartphone. No data or cellular network required and it won't drain your battery. Go to the Google. Google play store right now. Download the next radio APP to your android device. 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You think about the the amount of scrutiny that the most modest Republican public plans have gotten in the past. I mean I remember when Paul Ryan put out. What was the Ryan budget there? There's going back to like two thousand eleven or something like that but it was like the Ryan budget and it was such such a bullshit like he pretended to be this fiscal conservative. He wasn't at all it was like. We're going to cut thirty billion dollars out of the increase in spending over the next twenty years home media freaked out like this is insane. They were running those ads against Mitt Romney saying they're pushing grandma off the cliff like we can't afford to cut you know like a little bit. The rate of increase of government spending will just come out and say we should I mean straight up. Her plan was that we're GONNA tear down a hundred million buildings things and rebuild them to be whatever energy sustainable or carbon neutral or whatever and and the media goes. Well she's bold. I mean it's a bowl. Yes it is bold to advocate that we turn ourselves into a third world country in the next decade. That is bold. It's also insane and it gets almost a complete elite pass right and the same goes for Ilhan Omar again. I mean I I don't understand right. I've been labelled as an Islamophobe and called an anti Muslim bigots simply for reporting the truth about this insanity and just asking these questions like you and many others have asked right. Do you think it's appropriate for somebody to be serving on the Foreign Affairs Affairs Committee in Congress having access to classified information when she's calling for total defunding and I'm talking about total defunding that one dollar to be given to D. H.. US So ill. Don Omar wants to abolish the Department of Homeland Security and this is the same woman whose prancing around with the Council on American Islamic Relations designated Islamic terrorist organization at their fundraisers describing nine eleven as something that some people did. Yeah well I kind of tend to agree with about abolishing. The Department of Homeland Security abolishing abolishing any government agency on probably on board with you. The nine eleven thing was a little bit weird that was pretty weird agencies are encompassed in DHS right set to do a total roll defunding. We're not GONNA have any border patrol. We're going to have any ice where we're not going to have you know. TSA WE'RE NOT GONNA have any of these things that protect does I mean you can't just Defense Department of Homeland Security. Yeah well I would say there's look what I would like to do. Ultimately privatize everything. Let people cut the complete welfare-state let people at the border protect their own lands. But Look I. It's a very complicated situation. We already have the government involved in so much of it all right guys. Let's take a quick second. I want to thank our sponsor for today's show our brand new sponsor which is CTO. You can check them out at gas digital network DOT com slash CDO. CDO Is the I fully automated and controlled. Indoor growing device. CDO uses artificial intelligence and machine learning so that you can grow any plant or vegetable automatically. This is basically the first driverless car for hydroponic growing. They ship everywhere and with Cedo you can easily grow any plant or vegetable the technology on CDO who is so advanced. All you need to do is tell the Sita what kind of seed you're planting and it will automatically adjust the internal settings for maximum yield. 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I've trended on twitter number one multiple times without even having a twitter account right. So you see these left-wingers who don't really do anything and they get paid to just stop people like me on social media and monitor. What more interesting and creative and talented people are doing on social media or on telegram Graham these other platforms now since we're all cancelled? And that's what they get paid to write about right and and they'll they'll say things like oh death of a provocateur. She's gone her. Her career is over. She's dead but look. I handcuffed myself to twitter. Okay I- trended number one in the world above president trump and Putin at the summit right internationally so clearly That's not being canceled right about two months later I went to California when the government was shut down and I put illegal. Aliens is on Nancy Pelosi's line and set up a sanctuary on her lawn right instead. Everyone was welcome there and since she doesn't believe in border security and thinks that everyone should just be able to come. I went up to our house with the illegal aliens and we tried to lock her doors locked and I tried to number one on twitter again. So that's not really being cancelled and the fact that They I think that my abilities and you know my My creativity and my ability to function auction and society is just going to be determined by the limits that they place on me. It's crazy it just shows you how to Taliban and fascist they actually are while they accuse me of being a fascist right there. Just projectors and so that's why I went to Jack Dorsey House of course and what I did is I rented a projector. And I've projected the names names of all the ban conservatives onto his house and it was just silent right to just show them their their hypocrisy and how they're projecting their own Self worth and their own interpretations and the limitations that they themselves probably have within themselves on me. So I'm I'M GONNA be doing I'm GonNa be doing other things. I'm going to be doing other things so you you found and you've done several of these big like I don't know the word that's coming to my mind into stunts but I don't mean to say that in an insulting yes okay okay very good so you did the thing where you went up on the stage the play and the handcuffing the twitter this thing on Nancy. He proceeds lawn. Is this kind of your response in a way to them trying to shut you up that you can't ignore big gestures like this. People are going to talk talk about them whether or not your twitter is suspended. You can't yeah right so it is a response in a way but it's it's not just a stunt right. There's always a lot a lot of thought that goes into what I do and it's not just as simple as handcuffing myself to twitter. You saw that. I clearly had people measure of the windows windows. And we had the juxtaposed blown up tweets of my tweet in which I was banned for calling Ilhan Omar Anti Jewish next to Farrakhan's tweet and you know. There's a lot of thought in detail and I'm very kind of meticulous in the way I go about the messaging and the symbolism what I do of course and so I also look at these videos that I make as a way to educate people and expose the left hypocrisy right so you can't say everyone is welcome here and that Donald Trump is is a terrible person because he wants to build the wall and the walls are immoral. If your going to literally deport Laura Lunar and her illegal Alien Amigos is off your lawn at your twenty five million dollar mansion after they hop. You're all right. So they just look like total hypocrite. There's a there's a there's a real hypocrisy in even even the canceled culture. I mean the idea being that we want to get rid of undesirable people. But you're also evil. If you make that argument that you're not for open open borders that you don't want everyone coming in it's like there's there's a real hypocrisy in that and of course the thing you're pointing to and this is something that just I mean. This is to me the the heart of why Donald Trump was elected elected is. There's this dynamic from the elites particularly the left wing elites but some Republican elites as. Well where you you can come out and advocate for gun control but you have armed security. You can come at an advocate against the wall. But you live in a gated community. You advocate and this is the state of California right now all of these rich lefties who advocate for policies that they don't have to feel the brunt of at all I mean the governor of California literally press charges against me and tried to have me thrown in jail for fifteen days because Gavin newsom of course. Is Nancy Pelosi nephew. A lot of people. Don't know this but When he was sworn in as governor of California Just a couple of months ago. His first item of business was to propose legislation to get free healthcare to illegal aliens right not to take care of all the homeless people. Who are you shitting adding on the sidewalk in San Francisco and shooting up heroin and all the people who are stepping on needles in in California which is a sanctuary the state of course but now he wanted to help the illegal aliens and so when I hopped over his fence at the At the governor's mansion in California and basically had a sanctuary fair and wore my stomach growl and my Poncho and whatnot Me Arrested and he literally press charges against me and I had to get an attorney and when you juxtapose that to his reaction to the murder of Kate Steinle right that that beautiful woman who was murdered by the illegal alien who had been deported multiple times and his lack of response about the officer in California who was murdered. What was it the day before a day after Christmas by the by the illegal alien It just goes to show you write these these people. The Democrat Party are so far left. They care more about illegal aliens than they care about. American citizen who care about other people than their their own country. They care more about helping other people overseas and helping people in their own country and it's a really dangerous position because the people who do care right all the band and cancelled people. We're all being shut up and silenced and and you know pushed into what I like to call a Digital Gulag and the only thing that people are really going to then be exposed you are these radical Michael left wing ideas and that's very dangerous for society because You know when you have people who are silenced rate that also breeds radicalization When you start pushing Echo Chamber of radicalization you're just asking for violence? That's all you're asking for. No look at you. And the point you made about them caring more about the illegals than than American citizens. I mean. It's like to me even these these you know even someone like ao saying these are concentration camps are look like I look at it like this. It's not that you I. I don't think the appropriate response is to have no humanity for people who are being held there for people who are fucking escaping from Third World countries that are destroyed. And they're they're making this journey all the way through Mexico to get here and then they get put in one of these holding facilities. Look I have have lots of sympathy for these people. That sucks in the same way that I've used this analogy before in the same way if there were three homeless people who asked if they could come stay in my house and I was like no. You can't because my wife and daughter live here like this isn't for you. It doesn't mean I have no sympathy for these guys who are sleeping on the street like that sucks and I hope the maybe we can come up with something to help you guys there. It's not it's not that I have no sympathy but when you hear. AFC talk about you. Know there's these concentration camps moral outrageous psych look in America. We have the largest prison population in the world. Why are you only concerned with this prison? Population I mean. We've fought a war on drugs for forty years. Put a lot of people in jail. Who In my opinion shouldn't have gone there at? There's certainly some people who deserve to be there but lots of people who I would say like who like there's no I don't see any any mass push or any priority on like say absolving every non violent drug offenders over the last forty but these illegal immigrants the grants that all of a sudden. They're being held in concentration camps like well if they are in so are a lot of American citizens and why is it that we have give preference to them. Yeah it's just it's hypocrisy to and also to another thing that drives me insane. 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I'm posting pictures with with with all these gay people transvestites. And and I care about gay people so much coach. Well let's look at Ilhan Omar who has Ilhan Omar and. What did she do the day that she was sworn in? She took her oath on the Koran. She refused to be a good American and take her oath on in the United States constitution and instead pledged allegiance to Sharia law. Then what she did she invited. Linda Sarsour her Invited Linda Sarsour a world world renowned Anti Semite and jihadist as her special guest. Okay and nobody said anything about it. They just accepted it. Because Oh no if you call out the fact that it's wrong for a member of Congress to invite a woman who literally called for jihad against the president of the United States as special guests urine Islamaphobia. You can't you can't talk about. I thought well Linda Sarsour. While speaking at a convention one of the believers the convention in Chicago said that her mentor in her favorite. That person was a guy by the name of Sarraj. Hush while WHO's Sarraj Hodge. Rasual has were hodge is a co-conspirator in the nineteen ninety. Three World Trade Center bombing. Okay Did you ever hear about that. New Mexico training camp where they were Training kids to be Jihad school shooters and they saw the little kid debt on the on the property and they were planning a terrorist just attacked. Remember that in Mexico. Well the guy who was arrested for running that training camp that was his son okay. That was his son and lend us our source said that her favorite person was Sarraj. His son and two of his other children were arrested on this compound for planning to attack the Atlanta Grady Eighty hospital they were planning to commit a terrorist attack in Atlanta Okay and they were training little kids to be Jihadi school shooters. Were giving children guns with the intent. Attentive sending them into schools to murder innocent Americans and this is who she invited as her special guests. Well so if you look got my journalism of course in some of the stuff that I exposed one of the things was openly called for the killing of homosexuals. Well he's on video. He's on tape. It's on my youtube channel calling for homosexuals to be killed talking about how an Islam you should kill gay people. Okay and who is this skype while. He's also the lead fundraiser for care. The Council on American Islamic Relations invites the sky to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for them. Okay and he has spoken the same fundraisers as Ilhan Omar. So how's Ilhan Omar going to position herself as a champion for the Lgbtq community and say that she cares about this country when she is literally fundraising and hanging out with a guy who openly called for the killing of homosexuals. And you send the stuff to the media and they just ignore you but then they call me a bigot. I care more about gay people in disenfranchise people in this country. I care more about minorities than any of these people on the left serving in Congress. I've been branded does a white supremacist. And a Neo Nazi and racist and the most horrible things have been said about me and most people think I'm crazy person or some evil person. It just based off of what people have said to me when reporters interview me or asked me for comment and I bring this up to them. They don't care they don't include this in there. They're not interested in the fact that Ilhan Omar by one degree of separation is tied to a guy who was planning to commit a terrorist attack in this country. They don't care that she POWs around with and hangs out with a guy who thinks we should kill a a homosexual right. They don't care about the fact that She's advocating for members of isis or that. She married her brother. You know a double standard because because Donald Trump if he's endorsed by anybody who David Duke Likes Donald Trump they brought this up over and over and the first time they asked trump. He's like David Duke. I don't care but even when there's no relation there they go after I mean just just the shit with Ilan Omar her the tax stuff. Yeah Yeah did you. I was in Minnesota. This is why I'm so pissed about all of the platforming and that's the reason I'm band is because I said Ilhan Omar's anti Jewish Jewish on the tweet that got me band on twitter calling anti calling Ilhan Omar anti-jewish is the tweet that got me band and they said that was hate speech but then meanwhile like Ilhan Omar of course. What is the first thing she did? When she was sworn in as a member of congress she takes her twitter account? Just say all these nasty comments about Jewish people prompting. Nancy Pelosi herself off to have Omar apologize for what she called blatant antisemitic remarks. I'm banned for posting facts and being a good investigative journalist that that will last last year I traveled to Minnesota and I was on the ground and I was doing an extensive investigation into Jihadi candidates running for office in Minnesota and this was when the whole metoo movement was happening right and while they were busy attacking conservatives and you had all these remember the big rallies they had in New York City and they had all these women go protest me too stuff at trump tower because the president trump. Well you know. Meanwhile the deputy chair of the DNC at the time was Keith. Ellison who was running to be the attorney general and I had the police report and the medical records from two of his ex girlfriend's Showing that he committed acts of domestic violence against them like literally. beat the shit out of these women. Okay didn't he also right. I know there were those to those charges. And then wasn't he dini also hold up like the antique. So yeah. That's another thing. So I was able to break several stories about the fact that he was hanging out with members of Antifa for who had committed acts of violence and he endorsed Antifa. And you know they. They didn't even care that their own. Deputy chair was beating women in Minnesota. So but they're attacking our president and attacking conservatives and while I was in Minnesota I confronted Ilhan Omar. This was when she had eighteen thousand followers on twitter now she has like a million Liam followers. Okay and I asked her on camera. I said. Why'd you marry your brother? You know it's a crime in this country to marry your brother. It's immigration fraud. You can't use campaign funds to pay for your divorce from from your brother you committed fraud on your on your taxes your your fundraising and endorsed by care terrorist organization. Why do you hate us? Why do you hate Israel and you know what the media did I kid you not the Star Tribune? which is the local paper in Minnesota? They printed in the paper the next day that I was a white supremacist. The premise is targeting Muslims. Running for office and fast forward a year and literally. Everything I said turned out to be true. I mean you saw last week right. Everyone's talking about Ilhan Omar marrying her brother. Yeah well they got the tax filed. They filed a joint tax return together. which is weird? So why am I why. Why does the left have such a hard on? For cancelling me A. and getting me banned it. It just really makes you wonder doesn't it. They say I'm a bigot. But how am I a big for standing up for battered women. How am I a the biggest for standing up for homosexuals? Why am I a bigot? For standing up for the Jewish community and the Christian community and people who are targets of Sharia law. Why am I a bigger or a white supremacist for being against Islamic terrorism? Yeah well you're not a very good white supremacist. If you're supporting Israel does what I've what I've come to learn of Israel Zionist. That's why the rate hates me because I'm unapologetic. They're white Zionists. They're they're they're they corona from the state. But that's another form of hypocrisy too in the sense that You know people will rag on members of the alright for saying Oh we want an ethnic state but then and you know what is the Middle East you know what. What is the Middle East when you have when you have majority Muslim countries and you have these Muslim countries that won't allow for religious Tolerant you can't go to the Middle East you can't go to Saudi Arabia and say oh I have a dog or hurt. Someone's why is it that the Muslims are allowed to have their ethnos state. We you have to accept. It is long isn't it was certainly a kinder ethno state if they are then. Saudi Arabia attack white people. Right right right. How Islam is is totally off limits and even the left Japan and stuff like that with their immigration policy? I mean we're a country for Japanese people and it doesn't yeah it doesn't look to me. My main problem and I talked about this when I had Richard Spencer on the show years ago but the main problem problem for me with the idea of an ethnic state in America is like look. Feel how you feel. All these minorities are here now. And you're not gonNA go around just removing millions of minorities but I said to him. I was like if you guys wanted to go to some area like Montana or something like that where it's mostly white and buy up a whole bunch of land and do it through like Libertarian. Means like you own the land. You don't WanNa let other people and I go. I'm not really morally opposed to it. I don't particularly want to be there But like I don't think it's the most evil thing ever but of course this is the hypocrisy A.. 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It's a Koranic verse Russo. He's he's a Muslim of course he's the first Muslim attorney general and there's this alliance to between between the left in Islam in this country and even Antifa you see the FBI has confirmed that members of Antifa have been traveling labeling overseas to Syria and training with Isis. So this is a very serious issue and you know you can't talk about this stuff or else you're called and Islamic job or your call. The Bigot get and just last week There was a report that came out on big league politics. About how There was a video that showed members of Antiga chanting alahu Walker L.. llahu Akbar Smash Nazi scum circularly being radicalized right. They're clearly getting militant training from the hottest. Okay this is not just a counter protest movement okay. This isn't just some scrawny left wing. Kids who are angry that that Hillary Hillary Clinton lost the election. Okay these are people who are training to be domestic terrorists. Their training with International Islamic terrorist organizations nations and the media has been reluctant and reporting it or even condemning because for the media to say that they're anti Antifa is to be like. Oh ooh that must mean that. I'm pro trump right. So you can't ever see any journalist. Come out and say Yeah Antifa as a domestic terrorist organization Antigua's wrong or they they always have to justify it in some sense. Yeah there's I mean it's like the obvious double standard that if trump or any republican were to like nick. Hold up some outright literature and be like I endorse this strike. Fear into the I mean it'd be it'd be the big story if what happened to Andy No happened ended a trump rally if some little gay minority was just beat up by fifteen people at a trump rally. It would literally be all we talk about for the next five years years it would be like the biggest story really speaking I rem. I was on On a CNN panel. Like years ago. And I brought up uh-huh thoughts and prayers. Yeah it was. It didn't go over so well but I mean I had a lot of fun with it but they gave us this story that we are allowed to pick our own story at the end and I talked talked about ANTIFA. It was this was like two years ago and it was after some. I forget the specific event but it was like some antifa event where they did what they do and I was like this is like this is insane that this isn't getting more media media coverage there's this borderline terrorist group. That goes around assaulting anybody who wants to have a pro free speech rally pro trump rally. They come to try to shut it down by first and the woman next to me. She then goes almost to speak for may she goes she goes. That is wrong. Anyone using violence is wrong but just so we're clear were not equating fascist with anti-fascists and I was like no no no I am equating them. In fact I'm saying they're just as bad. That's exactly my point. These czar communist with hammer and sickle flags. It's like are you saying. Oh equating the communists with the Nazis is like no. They're all evil. They all were genocidal. Horrific groups like I said that too. Because have you ever noticed how deranged the left is in the sense that they think that calling somebody a Nazi is worse than calling somebody a communist communist right. It's insane I mean. Let's let's have a history lesson right. How many people have been killed by the Nazis? Yeah I mean people eleven. Twelve million maybe total. Yeah I mean I mean it depends on how much of the war communists over. Around one hundred million I'd say one hundred million and counting and there's and there's so many people oh killed by by communism that when you'll see those estimates it'll be like eighty to one hundred million like the gap of the estimate is more than what the Nazis killed the gray area. People people also are like. 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But it's hard to not notice that in our society you could be tenured college professor assessor and call yourself a Marxist but if you were a tenured college professor you called yourself a fascist you. You'd be gone the next day it would be this huge. It just doesn't exist assist. It's actually beyond the Pale of even imagining a college professor. Who knows I identify as fascist? You can't and if you're looking at the group's oops if you're judging the alt-right and judging ANTIFA and I say this is someone who is a Jew who is no fan of the alt-right it's there's no debate Antigua's way worse. I their way worse like the alright guys are saying some things on podcasts. They've got some youtube channels for the ones who haven't been kicked off yet. They've got like a few. Thanks the now there. Was this one woman who was killed at Charlottesville in the middle of madness of a mad event where there were Antiga on one side. I'd greatly outnumbered the outright. There was fucking people being on both sides. The this guy by the way just got life jail. It's not like it's not as if he's just like walking free Antifa on the other hand shows up to every event that anyone they don't like his at and start just fucking assaulting people like the. I'm sorry it's not as Ziff Bernie Sanders wants to go campaign rally somewhere. It's not like ultra guys are showing up in beating people up there like but on the flip side they are. alt-right is not violent. Okay and so I know saying this people will say Oh. Well what about Charlottesville Laura. What about Charlottesville hair? Well Yeah what about Charlottesville. Let's go. Let's talk about police accountability to government accountability. Let's talk about the fact that the governor asked for the police to stand down okay. So when you're having law enforcement standdown like they did in Portland too because this asshole liberal mayor to said that he don't want police getting involved and now Andy No has a brain hemorrhage okay and all these innocent people bore getting attacked and having their businesses destroyed because the police have been told that they can't they can't suppress ANTIFA okay. Well of course you're going to have violence right. You're GONNA have violence because the people have a right to defend themselves. And so you have these outright people who show up and I'm Jewish. I don't alright doesn't like me. But they have a right to free speech just as much as anyone else does and to be honest. The event in Charlottesville didn't get violent until ANTIFA showed up started attacking those people they were waving flags and they were saying very offensive things right things that obviously I don't support I mean things like Jews WanNa replace US and gas the Jews. I mean they were saying very terrible things things but in this country yet you still have a right to say those things you may not WanNa hear them but we have free speech and Antifa gets crazy and then when someone ends up getting killed but of course it's the Conservatives or the outright people as they say that get that get blamed for this and then the the media forces president trump to address it. They hound him with questions. Okay and And then they try to paint. Donald trump is like a sympathizer to Charlottesville fell and they. They spread this entire media hoax accusing him of saying. Oh there's very fine people on both sides of the aisle something that never happens to just recently re watch that video posted online. It's actually was blown away because it was clearer than I even remembered it being like I remember it being like oh he kind of said that and then you could have an a good interpretation of it or a bad interpretation of it but actually he spelled it out completely clearly that he was saying on the issue of tearing down statues. You had very fine people on both sides of that that he was basically saying there are some good people who are arguing. We should tear down these statues because they represent racism and then there's also some really good people who are like no this is our heritage and then the next report right after a reporter estimate follow up question and so are you saying there were good people on both sides the Charlottesville thing and he's he specifically goes no. I was saying that she would. He goes. I'm not calling any neo. Nazis good people like he he was very clear about that. And look all you have to do is run the counterfactual and be honest with yourself. If ANTIFA look the Charlottesville guys feel feel about them. They went through the proper legal channels. They they got a permit to speak and hold this rally. If the ANTIFA guys hadn't shown up what would have happened there. They would have given their speeches. They would have said what they had to say. They would have gone out to Burger King afterward and gone home. That's all that would have happened. If let's say no ANTIFA got showed up. There was no conflict and a few reporters came these guys. These are actually quite happy to talk to the reporters. You can disagree with all their shit but they love to spew it. They love violent either. I mean Richard Spencer saw me one time in DC. And he actually sat down. Next to me I I was at the trump international and this was like a year and a half ago or something and he walks oxen and he sees me sitting there and he walks over and he sits down next to me right and you had a conversation and obviously I was a bit turned off. Because I didn't really want to talk Dr Richard Spencer much but I listen to what he had to say and he was nice to me. I'm not saying I agree with Richard Spencer. Obviously I don't but you can have conversations Sion's with people who you don't agree with and surprisingly you know you can do it without beating somebody over the head with a crowbar right. I mean it's it's it's really insane. How they try to justify ANTIFA violence simply by saying? Oh you know Richard Spencer. Can't weller all these other dudes on the outright have pretty controversial views like it doesn't matter if their views are controversial official. You don't go around smacking people over the head with crowbars and attacking them right when I show up to political events confront politicians and ask them about their ties to terrorism terrorism. I asked them peacefully with with with my voice right. I don't show up with weapons and try to attack people and so it's dangerous. How the media is trying to normalize this? And and I'm experiencing it right now because I'm supposed to be speaking in. DC This weekend for free speech. Rally the demand free speech rally and already ANTIFA is talking about how they're going to show up open attack all the victims and they were threatening to throw acid on some of us and Milo is going to be there Roger. Stone's going to be there. I'll be speaking and You know it's expected to be a very big prevent and last night this There's this video that was recorded. I guess at one of the ANTIFA. DC meetings and they were literally having a Hitless weightless meeting. They were showing pictures and reading. Bio's of all the people who were speaking including myself and saying all right. Well this is our our are attack. Plan you guys and we're going to have another one. We're going to have a training camp a training camp. You know who else uses the term training camp to Discuss their activities before they attack. Right I mean this is very dangerous stuff that is happening in this country and the media of course what will they do if things get violent this weekend at the suffering speech rally while they'll just blame proud boys right they'll say something like what they say. After the Andy No thing they'll be like even if they were to like say like violence back it'll like right wing provocateurs you know with their heinous views. Okay the violence is bad but so so they kind of make it like a wash like well you kind of provoked them. But look I gotta say after a while you think about this stuff where I start to go with it as like why. What's wrong with the fucking Republicans man? 'cause that's really you know Joe Biden you see his first campaign. Video was Charlottesville Charlottesville. And look as ridiculous realises that is because Joe Biden has nothing to offer today's Democratic field which is why he's going to crash and burn his campaign a white man. No intersection points. He's socialist points. He's got nothing for them. That's he's not winning this thing. There's no way he's already dropping in the polls since that bad debate I also old and slow and just not good at politics but regard but he brings up Charlottesville and strategically you understand why he would do that. Because here's the thing. CHARLOTTESVILLE was if their goal was to unite the right. It was fucking retarded. It was the worst thing for the goal of uniting. The truth is that most Americans see people holding swastikas chanting. Jews will not replace US and they go. Yeah we're not really with that. It was a great publicity stunt for the Left No. I don't think it will be used by the left. Wants to talk about. I won't say the Guy Jason Kessler who claimed to be the organizer of the Unite. The right a total sign up to screw the conservative movement because they put the word right in their first of all those guys who are in the outright. I would not say that. They're conservative by any means whatsoever even Richard Spencer when he was doing an interview. Nash Sousa was forced to admit that national socialism and he considers himself to be a national socialism. Socialist it's a left wing ideology so when when the Left Calls Conservatives Nazis wrong word okay. Nazism has historically always been a left wing ideology so we always had more in common with Democrats voted for Obama. Jason Kessler was a democrat. He was never a conservative and so they found this guy who knows whether he was paid. Who knows like what type of people were involved whether feds were involved? Who knows? I'm not saying that that this was some type of deep state operation. But don't you find it. A little weird how the organizer of the Unite the right rally used to be an Obama supporter. Of course you never hear that on. CNN here about the fact that he was at occupy Wall Street street or the fact that he didn't even like president trump he didn't even vote for president trump. But then this is somehow president. Trump's fall it certainly at least leads to some important important questions that that should that answer should be sought after. But my point of this is like so okay. Republicans if you see Joe Biden doing this. Why are are you not talking about Antifa every single day? This is a clear winner. Will you think like this should be. Every single trump campaign ad should have these ANTIFA maniacs. And going like you want this. Is this what you want. America people waving flags beating people up all right guys. Let's take a quick second. I want to tell you about our sponsor sponsor for today's show which is infinite. CBD Of course you know infinite CBD offers the cleanest healthiest purest form of CBD available anywhere CBD. 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Sounds like you're not really going to be voting for any of these but you can't say that because then you're going to get cancelled to Dave's no well I don't I I. Can Dave cancelled. I didn't vote for trump. I don't tell you here's the thing as crazy as the Democrats are the the best pitch that Donald trump made to win someone's vote like me was is just about when when in his first campaign rally he said imagine what the country will look like if the Democrats takeover and and I think there's a strong pitch their truthfully speaking Donald Trump. I'm more than anything else. The thing that I liked about Donald Trump's campaign in in two thousand sixteen was the promise to end these wars. I think it's insane. We spent trillions of dollars. Kill hundreds of thousands of people with this goal of remaking making the Middle East into a Jeffersonian Republic which is just insane and the what. Trump's done leaving the troops in Afghanistan in Syria Syria aiding the Saudis in this war in Yemen. It's too much for me to be able to support the guy I think having having John Bolton and Mike Pompeo and all these guys in his cabinet habit however I would say I I wouldn't mind seeing Donald Trump beat whoever the radical Democrat who. He's up against go and he probably will win. I just don't understand this ANTIFA issue is he is. It's a forty nine state landslide issue social media. Censorship to Becau-. Ah even people who are Democrat right when I talk to people because a lot of people have misconceptions about me and then they talked to me and then they realize like you know. She's not all that bad when I mentioned to them that pay pal ban me and that chase bank shut down my online access and that the Democrats are pushing this and you have. I don't know if you saw this. 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They control the House and they're coming together to say okay. Let's lock people up for posting memes about Nancy Pelosi let's lock people up for making jokes about AFC. Let's lock people up for posting facts about Islam Right I. It's it's really scary. And that's why of course I've been doing so much work to raise awareness about the tech censorship and all of the social media bias against conservatives because it's a civil rights violation and it's not even just a free speech issue anymore right. We're at a point where people are being denied service when they go out to eat. People are being physically attacked public They're being blacklisted. By their banks. Thanks okay they're being You know they're being told that they can't participate. In certain places. People are scared to leave their home because they're worried they're going to get attacked okay. It's really reached each a critical point in this country and I think that Donald Trump automates social media censorship and ANTIFA like you said some of his top opt to campaign Issues because look you know. Hillary Clinton she could've been president. You know her her vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine. Did you know that his son while Hillary Clinton was running for president was arrested in Minnesota. Because his son is a member of Antifa so the guy who the media and the Democrat Party already wanted to be the vice president of this of this country. His son was an active member of ANTIFA who was arrested for assaulting trump supporters. And he was planning wanting to set off a gas bomb inside the Minnesota state capital of Tim Kaine so I took his son's Mugshot and I went to one of his events in in In Virginia and I showed up and I shoved his sons got in his face and said hey you know Some cain you said that Mtpa was energetic activism. That's what you described it as you said that we needed more ANTIFA. He is on video saying that he is pro. ANTIFA journalists asked him to condemn it. He refused to because obviously his son. Woody Kane is a member of ANTIFA and he called it energetic activism. I mean this guy could have been the vice president of the United States and he openly supports you ANTIFA. He's got one of these thugs thugs living under his roof. So people people need to wake up and realize this isn't just some fringe movement. These are people who are tied to individuals in our government who two are making serious decisions people who could have been in the White House all right we. We literally dodged a bullet. But when you have Keith. Ellison he's the leading a law enforcement officer in Minnesota as attorney general okay making the rules he endorsed Antifa and the son of what was the Democrat Party and really what everyone thought. Everyone Thought Hillary was GONNA win. I always thought trump would win. You know I always did. I always I always supported trump from day one But we could potentially have ANTIFA in the White House right. Because I'm sure him came would invite his family and his son and take a picture in the Oval Office with Hillary. I mean it's a wake-up call. I think people are really serious. I agree with you but I guess I just kind of wonder why the it's not just like Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio be a both defended Antifa Mitt. Romney said others you can never fascist and those who stand up against them and saying Antifa because basically taking on the Republican. But I'll admit we got a lot of pussies in the Republican Party in a lot of people who need to be removed from office and replaced with a better Republicans or people who are actually surely gonNA stand up and fight for Americans in this country. Okay people who are going to get behind the president and not allow their petty partisan bullshit against the president to allow them to make take these weird takes like. Oh there's fascists and then there's antifascists people who stand up against Nazis right. I mean we. We need to get rid of politicians on both sides at the aisle who are just comfortable being career politicians comfortable having you know their their government healthcare and cover comfortable having their six figures salaries as on their private transportation and all the nice benefits they enjoy as as members of our government because they're not serving the American people and things are about to get very real. They're about to be very violent. The American people shouldn't have to be scared of speaking their mind in public because of fear of having an acid balloon thrown in their face. People shouldn't have to worry about getting beaten over the head by a crowbar okay. They shouldn't have to worry about You know their congressman Inciting Muslims and and and communist to attack trump supporters right. They shouldn't have to worry about people. Like maxine waters encouraging the Democrats to attack can harass trump supporters out in public which is something that she did and when I confronted her about it she slapped me in the face. maxine waters after you in the fees what I chased chaser into the elevator in Congress. The day after that story broke about When she was like gasoline and chased her until the elevator? And I said mm-hmm maxine where conservative supposed to eat here in DC. Are we supposed to sit at the back of the bus and She got her paper and slap me in the face and I actually press press charges against her And follow the police report. And the DC police do anything about it and you could look it up online. You know. Reporters had I. I sent it to all the mainstream mainstream media outlets. I sent it to ethics committees. I sent it to other members of Congress and ask them to look into it. Just silence right. Why isn't the Republican Party? Coming out and calling for maxine waters to be held accountable for assaulting civilian Rashida to leave. She also assaulted me. She grabbed my phone and tried to break it And steal it when I asked her to condemn Hamas a terrorist organization which she supports. Okay and I'm band and she's in Congress. I mean. This is the insanity that we're living again that that is the state of our country. Right now do you think that a lot of people if it wasn't for this craziness on the left that a lot of trump supporters might be a little dissatisfied with him. Because I know I've seen I know Ann. Coulter is like furious at Donald Trump. Every every other day on on twitter I know the alt-right pretty much abandoned Donald Trump. I mean some of them may be still like him. But I think there's a lot of trump supporters who are kind of if it wasn't for this craziness on the left might be kind of like I don't know you promised to take care of this immigration thing. It's kind of worse than ever. I mean you look at the border apprehension numbers. It's been insane for the last few months like hundreds of thousands a month. That's just who's been apprehended. Because you have you. Have you have politicians in the United States using using their campaign funds to fund the caravan no toss among on his campaign on camera using using their funds to fund illegal Aliens Aliens and then you have governors like Gavin newsom going overseas so like Guava Guatemala El Salvador and Saint. Come here come here. This is why right and these people need to be held accountable notable I don't understand why. Why Republicans in Congress or Republican senators are not calling for these Democrat politicians to be arrested and jailed for for the crimes that they're committing right? It's a crime to do that. You can't use your campaign funds to fund illegal alien invasions into our country okay. You can't you. You can't go as a sitting governor overseas to to El Salvador until a legal aliens some of whom are tied to Ms Thirteen and there are members of Isis in these caravans. Telling them to come into our country illegally that is against the oath that they take right. But there's no accountability in Washington. The things that you use used to have to resign for probably ten or fifteen years ago right forget about it. People are running wild in Congress. Now there's no accountability and there's only so much president trump can do right. He is one man. He's the president but at the end of the day like we need a functioning house as well right. We need a functioning Congress and it's is totally dysfunctional. Right doesn't it kind of don't don't you start to think that maybe the immigration thing is just hopeless then from the perspective of wanting to control uh wanting to have some type of strict immigration control. I mean you had a guy like Donald trump who ran was completely out of left field. Not One of the even supposed goes to be one of the candidates had no big money behind him. Came in this was it was an issue that really no one else was talking about. He made it his central campaign. Issue was we are going to deal with this immigration nations stuff. This was the other issues but this was the central issue. He wins so the American people voted. Four you know by a slim margin but they voted four for immigration control. And still the now I I get what you're saying. It's not all on him. There's this whole system but I art. Yes point isn't it just kind of over like you're like well we didn't roll. What are we GONNA do right? I mean people are pissed. I'm pissed about certain things but at the end the day I'm not going to not vote for president trump. Just because I'm unhappy right. I'm not going to get everything I want. They're having a social media summit at the White House on the eleventh of this month. Okay Okay and all these people who weren't banned and censored are invited on. I'm the one who invented the stop. The bias movement the most banned person in this country and I know president trump knows who I am. I know his administration. Russian officials know who I am. You know I heard. He watched my video from Nancy. Pelosi's house he knows who I am. Okay I'm sure I mean I was at his election event and in in the VIP section the night that he won the election and shook his hand after it was announced that he beat Hillary Clinton. He knows who I am. But I'm still kept out of these things right. and No member of Congress. No one in the government has come and approached me to help me despite the fact that I'm literally being targeted right. We didn't even talk about this. The fact that the Wall Street Journal in January reported ported that care a terrorist organization told them on the record that they lobbied facebook and twitter to Bandy okay and no one in the government. There's no member of Congress that wants to stand up for a Jewish conservative journalist who had ninety percent of her income taken away and is now having her civil rights violated having her bank account. Shut down because a terrorist organization took a meeting with Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg. This literally happened. There's not a conspiracy theory. This is documented in the Wall Street Street Journal and I've sued. It's on my website. FREE LUMERS DOT com. You can read my legal complaints right. So there's things that are concerning to me and I'm said about it but I'm still going to vote for for president trump. Even though I'm extremely pissed off that I'm not going to summit and that no one has has helped me right. There's there's a lot of things that I'm not happy about but I'm still going to support the president because the alternative. Well yeah no crazy. Communism coming from I guess I think what gets to what was kind of asking about over and over. Is that what surprises me is that Donald Trump won't even even if there's nothing you're going to do about it to just say something about it just kind of throw your support out there. It'd be like hey it's wrong. What's happening to a lot of my people? I'm surprised that he doesn't at least do that. But I don't know why you know who knows shaken. I've been scratching my head trying to figure this out for a while too. You know I know there's a lot the things don't make sense to me but I don't work for the president You know I'm not one of his advisers and I he's a busy guy has got a lot on his plate. Sometimes I wonder if even aware of a lot of the stuff that's going on or of information gets filtered and and the people who are in charge of giving him information intentionally. Keep a lot of this information out. I don't know right seems flow. We are to me but look there's wants Tucker Carlson. He talks Burger. Yeah I mean there's there's people who are totally satisfied justified and people who would never ever criticize the president and they agree with everything that he's done and there's people who have their issues with certain key topics like whether it be immigration or social media bias but at the end of the day we can't allow ourselves to be one issue voters and just only rest all of our confidence in a candidate or or or another candidate over one issue. It's just not the rational thing to do. There's other things that matter in this country as well and these are all struggles. Struggles that we're dealing with and you know maybe eventually they'll they'll be addressed. I I hope every single day right. It's not fun for me when everyone I know people friends of mine who have never even been censored are getting invites to the White House and here. I am literally the most banned person and I just feel like. I don't exist Sundays Sundays right. I feel like I don't exist but I I'm not going to allow any sort of resentment or negative feelings that I may Feel in the moment to prevent me from making the rational decision and not rational decision is like if I want to have a free country if I want to have a stable country if I even want there to be a future in America I'm voting for president trump right and I always was I mean I I always was GonNa vote for president trump. I've supported in since day one and I encourage other people to as well because the alternative is so scary. Imagine pissing off. Imagine a world old where you are not allowed to criticise politicians because those politicians will have you prosecuted in throwing jail. That's where the Democrat Party is right now. And they're colluding with tech giant's dance right you see. All these exposes coming out in which these tech executives from Google Project Veritas thing that just came out saying that. They're going to do everything in their power to make sure trump someone like trump doesn't get reelected which they were already doing you know in two thousand sixteen. I'm sure there was lots of regardless regardless of what people think of me right because I know a lot of people hate me. Put yourself in my position right and think to yourself. What have you ever tried to plan a vacation? And the hotel cost airfare and pet sitter all add up to one big never mind. Well it's time to embrace the adventure and go are being instead. GORVING BEING DOT com your one stop shop for all things. 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Whatever the tech executives are all conservatives and the the tech executives decided that well anybody who is going to have any progressive ideas or anybody who is going to be a liberal or anybody who's a Hillary Clinton supporter or anybody who is speaking out against building a wall or detention centers? We're just going to ban them. Imagine say if you're promoting fake fake news and then they get to define fake. There's lots of things so everyone who reported on those Covington kids. You're all kicked off of social media. If they say hate speech let's say and just make it on the flip like the same way that they go. We think miss `gendering somebody should get. You kicked up social media. Well let's say you take the conservative approach and we say you were being a transgender is. Miss `gendering somebody so if you call a biological man or woman we're kicking you off of social media for this I mean just just flip it and the right and so I ask people often times and it's insane because people are not even capable of rationalizing and so a lot of reporters or reporters have asked me this before like. Oh how do you justify these things that you say. It doesn't matter if you like what I say I don't really give a shit of you thinks that what I say is offensive or not. I have a right to say regardless of whether it hurts your feelings but what you I need to talk about. Here is the civil rights violations that are occurring and the the power structure at play here and just how much power these companies have to the point where they're now talking think about censoring the president of the United States. You have twitter saying that. They're going to hide president. Trump's tweets that people find offensive and they're gonNA hide the tweets and censor the tweets of politicians who Maybe violating our terms of service right AK a conservative politicians who they don't agree with just like I said when I confronted Dorsey and disrupted the Congressional hearing last year. That's the Democrats are gonNA steal this election or at least they're gonNA try swimming. They'RE GONNA THEY'RE GONNA TRY BY CENSORING SHADOW banning people even the president and you will see it. I believe that president trump will get yeah. I got started working for project Veritas. But anytime I want to say that I deserve to be banned for anyone listening right like just imagine if if if the ideological power structure was was flipped right and you had someone shutting off your bank account in the middle of New York City when you were a cab when you were in a cab not able to pay for your cab right and and being told that your accounts were frozen right just because of your politics try to try to try to rationalize nationalize that an empathize and and see how you would enjoy your life right. If everything that you worked for everything that you invested your livelihood and your money I went to college. I had a four point. Oh GPA graduated top of my class. But really I was telling my class but I was banned from my graduation because I got kicked out of college a month before graduation over political stuff. Yeah for Working Project Veritas. I'll tell you the story but you know I I'm not just some person who just popped up on the Internet. I worked very hard. Okay I I work for Project Veritas. I was undercover and the Hillary Clinton Campaign Exposing voter fraud during the election. I do a lot of work. Okay I have a degree in journalism and so for these leftist leftist who just sit behind a computer and they get paid to freelance for Huffington poster or daily beast for them to say that I deserve to be cancelled or D. Platforms and I'm twenty six years old. They just turned twenty six last month. What for the rest of my life? I'm not supposed to have a career for the rest of my life. I'm not supposed to socialize. I'm supposed to be cut off from everyone for the rest of my life. I'm I'm not going to be able to order a sandwich on delivery. APP is how I'm supposed to live the rest of my life because you guys are not adult enough to to handle an opposing political opinion yet really is like and we mentioned just briefly before this. Somebody who certainly doesn't share our politics at all but Louis. CK Okay who headed our comedy festival. This who actually you know I mean what what he did wasn't have the wrong politics like he committed metoo violation or whatever you WANNA call it but but what really struck me about. That is that it is like it's like years later and the guy came in just did a set. He didn't even get paid. He just dropped by did upset at our festival for for a couple of hundred people. And it's the people are so furious. And you're like what is your expectation that this guy should just suffer for the rest of his life like once you're on the plane of their issue. They just like it's almost like they don't care they don't care what happens to you or what what you do for the rest of your life you got maybe seventy more years on this planet fucking exist with somewhere. Don't it's very very creepy. Yeah it really. It's it's really messed up to. And the fact that they think I just to be targeted by an Islamic terrorist organization and have fought was issued on me Like I am now because because CARE is meeting with these social media executives to ban me and the fact that reporters have told me. Oh go fuck yourself you deserve this your fascist and you have to live with the consequences so so what if some Islamic terrorists decides to kill me Someday because because facebook designated me as a dangerous individual no and care is lobbying facebook and twitter to ban me and trying to justify in the media that I deserve to be targeted by terrorists. Like are the media just going to say well she she had it coming. Is that what they're going to say. Say Oh well. She provoked it. Laura lorimer deserved to get killed by an Islamic terrorists because she provoked it when she criticized Sharia law. She's a provocateur so they had a right to put a bullet in her head. I'm just saying like it's just insanity and I wonder sometimes because I've been asking for help for a long time right and I think it's pretty egregious that here I am. I'm not saying anything crazy right. I'm I'm reporting facts. Sure the way I say. Things may be a bit inflammatory controversial Shaw or not. Everyone's cup of tea but it's all factual information I'm not. I'm not doing Z.. Kyle's in the street I'm not. I'm not You you know fundraising with people who are training kids to be Jihadi school shooters right. I'm not doing stuff like that. I'm just reporting the news in my own way. I'm I'm being an entrepreneur company and I and if someone does the kind with Ireland then make the argument. I don't know if someone thinks you got something wrong then pointed out I mean I I also like I hate this idea provocateurs. Even if someone is a provocateur that they should be shut down. Provocateurs are great. They're very important to have like there. Are Lots of people out there. Some of them are good friends of mine. Who have been shut down? Like I'm good friends. With like Gavin McGinnis. Oh and Benjamin Anthony Kunia like all of these guys now. I disagree with all of them on probably at least like forty to fifty percent of what they say. I have like lots of political disagreements with them but but they're interesting important voices. They get some things right. They get some things wrong but they'll make you think about some things and then sometimes make a really good point that you didn't think of and you're like you know that is a fucking good point and it's like what type of world you WanNa live in where everyone just says. The same thing has becoming an echo chamber. But you know it's not even it's she's not even just I. It's just the fact that they won't even report on it so I've talked to reporters and they've asked me this before. And I you know when I when I announced my lawsuit against twitter and care because I sued them and I'm still in the middle of that lawsuit. They want to report on it. What's your lawsuit about? Oh you're just complaining right they they make fun of me on twitter. And they'll say oh Laura lumieres still isn't over the fact that she lost her twitter account. Why don't you report? The fact that an Islamic terrorist organization is meeting with executives from big tech. That used to be of of of of of importance that would have been newsworthy right. Why don't you report on the fact that that terrorist organizations of you know are targeting Jewish conservative journalists and making requests of social media companies to get them banned and the social media? Companies are saying okay. Sure that's what happened to me. In my case okay terrorist organization when asked twitter to ban me. Ask facebook to ban me because of my reporting on Ilhan Omar and Sharia law and and antisemitism them and twitter said okay. I mean that's agreed. Yes that's agreed. You know when I go out in public in Florida some dame's I have to have a bodyguard. 'CAUSE I speak at political events and the largest this chapter of cares in Florida who I'm doing okay. And the guy who's in charge of care Florida's names so Saeed Shibli. He's currently representing the Isis bride. So he's in regular communication with like straight up member of Isis. Okay and this is a guy who is encouraging members of his group a terrorist organization to target. Target me okay. They made me the center of their Ramadan fundraiser. And said that all these Muslims who are giving money to care many of them who are title with terrorist organizations and have supported You know terror or some of the founding members have been sent to jail prosecuted for this. That's very dangerous Chris Right there. Legal director called Jihad against me on on twitter and nothing happened and the so and these reporters they refuse to report on it and this is what's happening to me simply because because I posted. Ilhan Omar was anti Jewish. That's all I said. I said ill hunt. Omar is anti Jewish. And I'm literally now being targeted headed by an Islamic terrorist organization and the media's just like whatever you deserve it really is like as as you pointed out before one of the things that really I mean. Obviously they're being targeted by for. Violence is the worst out of all of it. But there's just something that really bothers me and I'll be honest. I don't know exactly what the solution is I. I just know that it's a really big threat to freedom of expression but the fact that people will build up these audiences and have it taken away from them like that Is really like it's a really horrible thing to do to somebody. And you've said a few times that it's like a civil rights violation. What do you think I think the answer is like? Does there need to be like I'll tell you because I do. Like as a libertarian. I struggle with this at times where I do think that you know in theory. Sorry you'd go okay. There's private companies Freedom Association. This is why I was against the Civil Rights Bill. To begin with. I think it went too far. I think that as ugly as racism is I think private businesses have a right to discriminate and people have freedom of association. There's a real problem. Though and particularly with the financial companies but with the social media companies to these aren't exactly private private companies bed with the government. I mean they are because they're because they're government propped up. I mean so clearly with the financial companies you straight up. Our government organizations his Asia that were bailed out by the taxpayer and are funded by the Federal Reserve but with these companies but like what is the solution to this. What do you think there's legislation that should be written is do they not have the right to kick people off and like I? I really don't ask yourself this right. A judge a judge legend in what I believe it was new. York ruled that that President Donald Trump didn't have the right to block journalists on twitter. And you remember that case in some liberal journalists sued because trump blocked her and they said it was violation of the First Amendment. So it's a violation of a liberal reporters amendment right for president trump to block her on twitter. But it's not a violation of a conservative journalists First Amendment right to ban her and take away two hundred and sixty thousand or any of these other people who've been Dan People like Alex Jones and Milo and Gavin Roger. Tommy Robinson Right. The list goes on and on so there are several things that need to happen here right. You're right these companies are not private and it's a really big misconception conception but unfortunately they're also kind of immune from a lot of litigation because they're protected by section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act in in which they are receiving a legal protections and immunities from a lot of lawsuits because they are advertised as platforms when really. They're behaving like publish. which was an old law right? This was like in the nineties. I think when it first got pass where it was it wasn't even dealing with modern social media. It was more talking about Internet service this providers originally where they said basically like well. We're going to treat them like the phone companies In the sense that if one like Mafia boss calls calls another Mafia boss and tells them to put a hit out on someone you wouldn't prosecute. At and T.. Because they're just the phone company they're just the platform and that makes sense the theory but if you then had. At and T. deciding they were going to shut off phone service for anybody who had the wrong politics. Well now. This is kind of a different in dynamic here especially if you have the government infrastructure that the phone lines are built on and then you're deciding who gets to speak and who doesn't and that's what they're doing they are deciding citing who gets to speak and who doesn't and we see this right because why would you find it. Necessary to hide tweets from the president of the United States. The most powerful man in the world. I don't understand. Can you explain that to me. Why as an American company are you allowing Isis Hamas Muslim Brotherhood al Qaeda to have pages on social media facebook banned me on May second? They banned me. Paul Joseph Watson Milo. Who Else did they ban Alex Jones? I think he was banned actually before. I'm trying to think of the list of people who were all banned they banned Louis Farrakhan to and they said that just throwing one in America. Yeah we just. Because we can't say his political bias elicits thoroughfare. Con- you know the funny thing about Louis Farrakhan though is even though Louis Farrakhan is is Is Is Pretty Insane of course and total Jew Hater The one thing that he does have in common is that he actually has praised trump. He he was still a trump supporter even though he likes he likes him for the same reason. David Duke Liked Donald Trump. which is that a lot of these like these guys who hate Jews? They kind of hear what they want to hear. And when Donald Trump came out and said I'm taking no money from Wall Street. They all really liked that they were like. Oh that's that's code money from these Jews which I don't think trump was even making that code at all but like that that was and now that's like the thing is a lot of people weren't talking about. So Yeah Louis Farrakhan of course he called George People Termites. And I can't stand Louis Farrakhan. I still think he. He has a right to free speech as long as he's not inciting violence right but you have to apply the rules fairly here and at the end of the day. He was still trump supporter and so facebook did still ban all trump's. That's a good point it. They still banned all trump supporters. People like to say Oh. Well they ban Farrakhan trying to say that it's like political bias. Well it actually is political bias right and they they designated me as a dangerous individual along with Milo and PJ W and and the others that they banned and according to facebook standards for a dangerous individual. Whoa you're either a terrorist a serial killer or somebody who promotes a lethal violence? I'm not a terrorist. I've never we're committed murder. I never advocated violence so the same week that facebook bands us. Okay a whistle blower report comes out for facebook and and this whistleblower from facebook went on the record and said Hey. Do you remember when facebook said that they were going to be implementing an algorithm to detect isis other terrorist propaganda to shutdown isis accounts. Well they didn't do that and oh by the way. FACEBOOK also auto generating advertisements for Isis so isis literally is able to get advertisements on facebook generated by facebook. They're allowed to have facebook pages. Hamas has a facebook page even though in their charter it says that their goal is to destroy Israel and killed Jews okay. Muslim Brotherhood is allowed to have Is Allowed to have facebook and twitter. But I'm too dangerous. I was never allowed to pay for advertising on Facebook instagram. All of which banned on now. So I'm too dangerous but isis is allowed how to have an account and we'll also because I know that because I went back and forth with them a little bit a few weeks back the ANTIFA guys Tapeh facebook to organize that attack in which they beat the shit out of the anti no so my point is like clearly this is biased right and clearly clearly. They know what they're doing. Because I mean come on I twenty six year old girl and Yeah I say things that are somewhat inflammatory but really the most dangerous person on the Internet I can think of pedophile Dell's members of the KKK isis terrorists. Okay some of our people serving in Congress and the Hamas caucus people who are actually dangerous. Who are on social social media? Well Milos. They're focused to me that the allegations are much more dangerous. 'cause I mean truthfully speaking also I mean it's like these guys who are You can like advocate for a war and then get the war and then go up. All that information was wrong. And it's like there's no like that. This is is a direct call. The violence that ends up killing a whole lot of people. This is a big part of why Donald Trump one two because he was like what we fought like six wars. We've been wrong every single time about. I told the funniest one though to me is how CNN they have this guy named Oliver Darcy who works for them and Oliver. Darcy is basically like this vengeful vengeful former conservative. who was never talented enough to get a job working for conservative media like he used to go around begging people like James O'Keefe and Alex Jones to hire him but he's so boring and he's not funny? He's not talented. And so nobody wanted to hire this guy okay. He's a loser so CNN hires them and now he's working for the left and it's so funny because he's basically like taking out this vendetta on all the people who didn't employ him and so he worked to get Alex Jones Band and and his argument was that Oh well Basically Alex Jones is promoting all this fake news so we gotta get him banned and when it was announced that Alex Jones was banned on twitter. CNN's the ends Oliver Darcy the CNN cow and twitter tweeted the exact same thing at the same time. So you see this collusion between the mainstream media and the tech companies to ban people. They don't like well we're GONNA start banning people for fake news. We're going to ban. CNN They for two years have been telling. The American people nonstop every Single Day for twenty four twenty four seven that Russian collusion. And the Mueller report finally comes out and he says Robert Mueller says. There's no evidence of Russian collusion. It's fake news so we CNN and ban CNN. There's so many layers to that story too but the craziest one to me was that you know that and this got like almost no coverage. I mean a little bit here and there but that what actually revealed by the wikileaks document was direct collusion between the Hillary campaign and CNN as well as MSNBC. That Donna Brazile actually leaked debate. Questions that were then asked of it. Like you've got the email with the date on on it and then that question does get out. What could be more interference in an election collusion? And you would think like even if that's not illegal even if the James Oh keep stuff that he uncovered with a Google working to get donald trump not reelected even. If that's not technically illegal it is at the the very least a huge story that everybody should be talking about even even the stuff with social media censoring a conservative voices. Even if it's not illegal go you would think at the very least this front page news. This is a big big deal. We're moving into a Huxley novel here like we should probably talk about about this. That's my point. That's why said even if you don't like Laura Luma even have you don't think that what the social media companies are doing is illegal. Don't you think it's a big story that the executives from facebook and twitter took a meeting with a terrorist organization care the Council on American Islamic Relations that was found during the Holy Land Foundation. Asian terrorism trial our nation's largest terrorism financing trial ever to have been tied to and supporting Hamas like. Do you not think that's a big story that that we should be talking about the fact that the biggest tech companies in the tech billionaires are secretly meeting with Muslim terrorists to target Jews and ban them off the platform right. Yeah it's it's an conservatives and other people like this is this is a big targeting you for your politics. It's not it's not targeting you for being Jewish if you were a left-wing Ju- you'd be absolutely fine. I mean if you were if you add the pilots to why they hate me because like I said cares Hamas and they they in their charter explicitly called for the killing of Jews so I think being Jewish is an element of why they're targeting but of course their targeting Mir for my politics but one of the reasons that I'm inspired so much to do a lot of what I do is because Jewish right. I feel very strongly about combating Jew Hatred and Sharia Law and Islamification and and things like that right because it poses a direct threat to to to to Western civilization to American values our Constitution a Jewish and Christian people. Well certainly to us. Yeah if if not the olive western civilization certainly the Jewish ones which is enough of a proven yet and so my point is is that there's a lot of things right. My case is just one example right. You have Tommy. Robinson was literally jailed for his reporting his factual reporting reporting and of course the social media companies band. You Have Milo Yiannopoulos who You know his life has been turned upside down. Roger Stone right the fact that CNN CNN was just they just happen to be in front of his house when when guns were drawn and they had that raid on his home at six in the morning CNN just happened to be there. No one wants to talk about clearly kicked off. They were clearly tipped off right. So there's a lot of things that are happening and like I said it's a civil rights issue. It's not just a free speech issue issue anymore. People's civil rights are being violated when you have mainstream media corporations worth billions of dollars colluding with tech companies that have billions of dollars and not not only that. But then they're colluding with one of the major political parties in America to target and disenfranchise and dehumanize certain individuals and in society because of their political leanings. That's a problem. That's a civil rights issue and as you just pointed out with the connection between the FBI clearly tipped off CNN that they want to be Roger Stone's home interesting Roger Stone. They weren't they just happen to be waiting on the day wrestling for the Fox affiliate station and Miami. That's where I went to college and they don't have a CNN bureau in Florida. They had to fly someone in so they definitely received a lot of advanced judge because there is not a CNN bureau in the state of Florida. They have freelance old. I pay they weren't just following him every single day for two years and happened to be there the day that he got arrested. That's but there's a lot of deep state ties into all of this stuff to the Muller investigation into a lot of the social media censorship. And and look if you WANNA look if you're not creeped out by the big tech companies and how they're behaving in America. All you really got to do is take a look at how Google behaves in China and realize that that's the same company that company is happy to partner up with an authoritarian government and straight up. Be Like we. We will suppress information information for. They are very happy to work with straight up authoritarians go google ironically enough google the connections between Google and the CIA. Go Oh Google the connections between social credit score in China. If you think I'm saying if you think that my use of the Jewish star. The yellow star was extreme when I handcuffed myself to twitter to protest social media bias. And if you think that I'm going too far when I say I'm living in Digital Gulag go google right now. The social Social Credit score in China not only are the tech companies like Google like you said Partnering with Communist dictatorships that oppress people and and censor them tremendously. But in China they have something called the social credit system and what it is is essentially you are not allowed to have access to the Internet. You are not allowed allowed to leave the country. You can't buy a plane ticket. You can't buy a train ticket The government basically controls every aspect of your life like your grocery shopping. Your health care your travel all your Internet consumption your ability to have a loan or a live in a house have a car Depending on what they call a social credit score and what is a social credit score. Well well it's how good of a citizen you are. So how good you take orders from the government and Do what you're told by the government so if you are a free speech activist in China and you're speaking out against Google or or the communist policies and the and the censorship. You're going to have a low social credit score. And so you could. If you could look this up right go google regular. It's so funny it's so ingrained in our an IRA and I don't look it up and they are literally canceling people's Bulls train tickets and plane tickets and holding them hostage in in their own In their own country because of the social credit system and and while knowing this Google knows that China has this oppressive social credit system. That is probably coming to America soon. Anyway right you heard it here. you think it sounds crazy. It's happening in China and everyone's talking about China being a superpower. Rit many times a day. Do you hear. President trump talked about China. China's a threat right so China is implementing the social credit system. What's to say that it's not going to spread to other places to be happening in this country of people don't Wakeup Cup? If people allow for the Democrats to maintain power you know in the House and they keep on voting for Democrats when they don't wake up vote for president trump or they don't start speaking out against against those social media bias which I honestly think Tech Censorship is the biggest campaign out of anything else in this country. Right now I think tech. Censorship is the most important thing because it's through tech censorship. That all of these other communist fantasies are going to become a reality for the Democrat Party. Well it's certainly. I mean as you alluded to earlier. The idea idea that we spent two years going crazy about election interference that turned out to be big. Nothing I mean even the stuff they found from Russia it was like absolutely nothing. They spent thirty six bucks on facebook. It was it was nothing the collusion was just made up. But you you WANNA talk about interference and not just a democracy. It's actually much bigger than democracy. It's interference in the public square of thought of how people are allowed to think what information they can get what what ideas rights violation you saw you saw and I know you've been on Joe Rogan's show before he you won't have me on. Several people have reached out to him and told him. Hey you should have gone. And he just doesn't have me on. You know the thing about. Joe Rogan is he had he had Dorsey and Dorsey said. Oh well I believe that. Having access to social media is a human right committing human-rights page. That's exactly right. So what Joe Rogan should have said is well then by your own. You know a logic you're committing human rights violations against people who you're banning these are human rights violations. It's not just happening here. In the United States Tommy Robinson ran for office recently. Okay you have people bull running for office in other places in the UK for example and. Do you know what twitter did when he created his campaign account after he had been banned from his personal account they banned on his campaign account so now they're preventing politicians and people running from for office from having accounts and facebook is banning You know right-leaning politicians and kicking them off their platforms their shadow banning conservative politicians. Here in this country it's a human rights violation juicy. But that was the Rogan had him on and then had him on again with Tim Pool. There I remember the first one when they had him on and Rogan asked him why Alex Jones got kicked off and he goes he goes rose. I don't remember what the fucking liar like you don't remember the most high profile banning it was like the center of announced for all of your whole site was lit up by this banning. And you don't recall the details of what happened. It's like this is focused shade and I will say that Tempur Kim pull did a good job really making them look bad right. And Joe. Rogan definitely paid the price for that too I mean if the mansions and his comments he's got alive because people on both sides are you serious. You're just going to sit back and let Dorsey say that. And you're just going to let him these excuses and lies and you're not gonNA push him on this stuff and I was very happy when Tim poll went on because he really schooled them but it was funny. How Jack Dorsey brought his legal counsel but even then he put it off like that? It wasn't his legal counsel the lawyer just having to be aware even then to. He's still let them get away with a lot. Because because Tim Paul was talking about political violence and how ANTIFA members have accounts and was pointing out the hypocrisy about how how certain people on the right had been banned for offensive fences but then people on the left. Were doing it even ten times worse and they were just pretending like it wasn't it wasn't the case and they had an excuse for everything and there's no accountability whatsoever and it's a problem but but yeah it's it is an issue it definitely. It definitely is a serious issue in this country tree and I've been China raise a lot of awareness about it but now unfortunately I've been shut down everywhere and people like to laugh about it right. I don't know why people think it's funny. I don't know why people think that this situation duplat farming that I'm experiencing is something that they should be celebrating women gels else. Even Joe Rogan was laughing about it when I handcuffed myself to twitter and he said I was crazy. Well why am I crazy. Like what makes me crazy exactly. I don't understand how crazy crazy because I'm I'm fighting for my right to free speech. Could you imagine if he got banned and they just said you don't exist anymore. You can't have your podcast anymore. You know you can't do anything you're are cancelled. Were canceling you. You can't have a the Joe Rogan experience anywhere. These people will go crazy lose their mind but I'm crazy because I do something out of the box to to raise awareness about it. Something very creative that ended up getting international attention. trended number one on twitter right. I'm crazy or a lunatic because because I'm creative enough to find a way to make my voice. Her when the most powerful people in the world are doing everything in their power to make sure that I'm not sir. How has a twenty six year old girl supposed to like compete with tech billionaires like these people like Jack Dorsey I'm Mark Zuckerberg billions? Liam two dollars. The Democrat Party Islamic terrorist organizations right is insanity John no and it's it's people's lives. I mean look I I I make my livelihood off of the Internet I mean I make some money doing shows and stuff but like really. I support my daughter off of this this network that we have here and it's like yeah the idea that someone can take that away from you is pretty fucking scary and people actually get ruined over this stuff so I completely get where you're coming from there and I do think that it's not like it's not at all crazy. I mean you've already lived through it yourself but it's not crazy to think about the slippery slope of where this can go in the same where you see. The milk shake thing is a joke and then just a couple months later you see them using like cement milkshake these things escalate you open the Jordan they escalate and you see these financial companies talking about you know like they won't do business with gun manufacturers and you're like okay well it's not much of a stretch to say EH. Then they won't do business with people who just have guns. I mean they won't do business with right like it's like you can just take this one next logical step and go okay so now instead instead of just twitter kicking people off as you experienced briefly at least but say the banks get together and there's only like five of them. The banks gets go. You can't do banking so that goes to my next point to it's so funny because on the left says oh well you know Laura Alex Twitter's a private company they can ban you. Why don't you just go start your own social national media company like? Why don't you start your own bank? Why don't you start your own grocery store? Why don't you start your own hospital? Like how far is this going to go right back. That it's is not look. There would be somewhat of a point to that if we actually existed in a free market but the tremendous government barriers to starting any of those things so when you have all of these will first of all start your own bank. We'll have to be approved by the fucking Federal Reserve Board before I can do that so I have to go. The government government regulations Johnson government blockades. What about just the monopoly itself with Google and twitter and facebook and Apple? I mean there are people who have tried to create. There's a guy by the name aim of John John Mattes. WHO's the COO of this company called Parlor it's a new social media company that It was supposed to be an alternative to a lot of this. Well he just got a notice the other day from apple else threatening to remove his APP from the APP store if they didn't delete the people like myself and Alex Jones who have been banned off these other platforms right so even if you are Dr Innovator and you come up with a new APP and it's doing great while these companies will just remove you. Look what they did to Gab. Right and some of these other Alternative platforms that are popping up those. They'll say oh we're just GONNA kick you off. We're going to ban you because you have Alex Jones and Laura Looming Milo and other people on your platform so there is no free market solution to this anymore art. Because unfortunately the government has allowed for these companies to have so much power Currently Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg are more powerful than president. Donald Trump and. That's what people need to understand. And they don't seem to realize it. The Tech EXEC certainly in the ability of silence people the President of the United States and they are censoring president trump. They're they're they're openly saying now they're not hiding okay they. There was an article that got published in twitter. said that they are going to hide. President President Trump's tweets and. No one is doing anything about it. Yeah like I said before I really stand by his e feel however you feel about that whether are it should be illegal or not. It is a story that is a story that should be getting massive amounts of coverage and it's not We are over Time so we do have to wrap up here. Where can people who are interested in following you? Can they read your stuff anywhere anywhere. You can go to my website. It's Laura Lure Dot. US If you go to drudge report as well I have my BYLINE that links to my website at bottom of the page and if you really WANNA learn about social social media censorship and learn about mighty platforming and my lawsuit against twitter and care you can go to Woomera dot com and that's where I I sell the stop. The bias hats attend the free shirts and You know I don't really. I don't even make money off the hats and the shirts. I just want a movement to be created. They're just high quality items. I sell so so that people can walk down the street and start a conversation with someone about what stopped by US means because I think more people need to be educated about censorship because it is the biggest issue. We're facing so if you WANNA follow to Free Free Limor Dot com or Laura Limor Dot. US for now since banned everywhere else at least you still have those places places where people cannot can check out what you're doing. 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Twenty-three it debuted on. CBS In one thousand nine hundred forty eight and ran until December of nineteen forty eight. It was resurrected in October. For of nineteen forty nine Frank Graham playing regan later Paul Drake Bra after Franks agreements passing and Frank Nelson portraying lion and this version ran on CBS. This episode were hearing today originally broadcast December twenty first nineteen forty nine entitled some enchanted chanted. Carl my name's Regan. I work for Anthony. J Lyon International Detective Bureau. They call me the lands. I Wednesday at nine and CBS. Brings You Jeff Regan. Investigators starring Frank Grandma's Regan with Frank Nelson Anthony j the lion those standby mystery and suspense and adventure in tonight story of some enchanted Gara. It was just an ordinary drive in hamburger joy on Vermont off sunset but they called it hamburger heaven just to carry out the idea. They hired six angels to wait on cars. Three blondes red let Heddon Brunettes. I was lucky. I do the redhead. Funny she didn't serve up what I ordered. All she brought me was trouble. The whole thing started when there were only eight more shopping days until Christmas. I fought my way through the necktie on socks set. By the time I reached the office I was ready to start celebrating new years. But my boss. The lion had other ideas when I walked in all two hundred eighty pounds in it was up on an office stool he was tacking dried up sprint of mistletoe. Talk over the door every my boy coming in coming in officialdom season. Hey how's that again. I should the season as you'd hand. I'm overthrowing lingers Yuletide experience better take those nails out of your teeth before you spring a leak. Oh Yeah you're right. I got carried away. A- sure you and tiny tim where expecting women clients women. Oh you mean. The mistletoe. Never gained and do sweet. Young thing might accidentally happen it. Stop Drooling Fatso. You dropped out of a mistletoe. Set fifty pounds ago. Maybe so but I still believe in Santa Claus Rose was you're up on the stool with berries in your hair. No no I mean about the new client what have I told you over the festive best of season as it had. Oh then I haven't told you about a new client. His name is Ward Hamilton Jeffrey. He was in just a few minutes ago. Find figure of a man wielders distinguished prosperous. That explains the Christmas spirit. How much Jeffrey? The Christmas spirit cannot be measured in terms of money. This is the time of goodwill toward men unselfish devotion how much unselfish devotion did he buy. Fifty dollars would. Here's something about his knees daughter or some friend or something. Yeah what about them. We'll it seems. Girls have been receiving packages flowers. Candy that sort of thing mysterious about that. Doesn't she know it's Christmas well for some reason or other Ward Hamilton. Says she's worried about them. He'll tell you all about it when you see. The address is on the desk. It's each out on Dale Road in North Hollywood. So I find the Santa Claus that's been sending the packages you say that's right. This case does fit right in with the season doesn't it. Oh uh-huh and Merry Christmas to you too Fatso. That started I hopped in my sleigh and headed my reindeer out over towing a pass. Dell road was twin rows of California bungalows with Christmas decorations strung out in front. You all except one house. It was the address. Lion had given me redwood frowned on the usual cream colored stucco fight ranch type fence swimming pool in the backyard. You know Christmas anywhere behind the fence. Down Nation wagged his tail in Greenwich Me and a nice friendly sorta way only he was growling and he did it. I circled ride and made the porch. But I didn't get as far as the doorbell. What do you want Mr Hamilton? I'm Regan International Rian. Oh yes ask detective come into mystery come in. It was big in gray head. The manner distinction. What had his hand wasn't a glass? It was whip. Aw Black ten feet long with lead weights at the tip in here. I appreciate you coming right out of Mister Reagan. I like to get prompt action. That would you use that for. Oh the whip. No no no just a hobby of mine. I practice hitting toy ducks footing. The swimming boom nice way to get out of your pool during the winter this season. Yes never mind that Saddam is. I want to tell you about Mary. That's the MEESE niece. No no no relation. I'm a close friend of her. Family's AH parents died several years ago. It was no one else so I've tried to take over the reins and help the along hasn't been easy. She doesn't broken to harness and too nice metaphor but it doesn't fit all merry. Winter is a strange girl very strange. She's the shy retiring type. I see the detective. Training to thinking ahead is swimming that she's not attractive to men. Nothing could be further from the truth. She's a lovely girl. Very Lovely Auburn hair. Green is fine infirm. Youthful figure. Desirable is the word Mr Wagon desirable. You understand what I mean. You're making pretty CLEM. So brings us to the anonymous packages but almost six weeks. Someone has been sending many gifts almost every day flowers. Candy Novelties Altis. That's the thing no name no indication where they come from. Mary has no idea either. No but she's react to them to them badly. They're making a nervous service upset. Something I can't afford to have having come again Mr Regan. I can observe this little use in trying to keep anything back from you. Oh my interest in the package matters because of money now the sorry begins to make sense. Manny's strange perhaps I should have said. Peculiar Aversion Asian demand is almost well. I've been sending her to what Mr Farthing human relations counselor or psychologist. Something like that cost money. Yes it costs. Money the model incur- The more it costs. Frankly Mister Reagan. I'm tired of the obligation. She worked in yes. She works at one of those driving. Indian stands car hop something wrong with that. The place is called Hamburger. Heaven Mister Reagan and you want me to find the guy who sends the packages so he'll marry her or so you can get rid of. It works the same either way. You'll take the job. Mr Sure. I'll find your guy. Maybe he looked good onto your Christmas Tree Ward Hamilton and gave me the girls address in Hollywood. It was a tired stucco four flat just off Kingsley. The home of Mary Winter the girl who hated Madden and then it was Torrisi standing up front. The crew was a little man in a trenchcoat carrying umbrella over his arm and he paced up and down watching the plant and was too good to pass up and going somewhere. I beg your pardon someone you know lives and they're quite why that's none of your business name of the friend wouldn't be Mary Windy out of what I thought. Let go go. I say once you go very well well I'll answer you. Brel in. His hand came down on my wrist and it broke the corner. By the time I turned he was out of sight on the ground. Broken was the little man's umbrella rela. I picked it up real break. Name engraved on the handle a nice big goal letters said Smith headed for Mary winners I knocked nothing happened not to game. The radio in the room told me somebody was in like their music loud. I tried the door stuck my head into look around revenue that came in from another room and slacks holiday. She saw me she died for the closet. Came out wearing a coat and she snapped off the radio knocking again. I I call the police names. Regan Regan Ward Hamilton. Sent me. You're lying you're trying to kick me form. He'll tell you what what would you want about the presence. You've been getting tell me I. I'm not sure I can't trust you. Look for the last time I'm supposed to find out who's sending them either you help. Don't take your choice all right. Listen but don't you come a step closer the I sat down one corner of the room. Read other contact. She was tall graceful beautiful. Everything go could want. Except the look in our eyes skid hundred. I waited for her to start it. They began several weeks ago. The the presence I I don't know who is sending them away on vacation. No nothing you accept gifts from a stranger. Nobody said that. What a farthing Taylor Human Relations Council go do that? What do you say that that did? I shouldn't worry that I I should find out. You don't understand you're like all of them question. A little guy about thirty carries an umbrella. Umbrella was the trenchcoat shy. No sure thing a little guy. No no I don't know I've never met him in my life. I love to read sobbing softly to herself. Maybe a lot of flowers and candy would be kind of Nice to a lot of people during Christmas but not to marry winter. She was mixed up inside and out headed back to my car and then I was mixed up. It had looked easy until I got to my car. That's when I got complications. A big complication fat forty with a gun get in Chama snow. What your choice? I'm like. What the UINTA Dame your property not might belong to the boss question? Show myself that I'm not through with you. Okay get through. Stay away from Mary. Winter you get real bad trouble any questions now. Trump's yeah blue pays. You shouldn't shouldn't have asked that question and it looked like it was gonna to be a real holiday season. Brotherly love all over the place. The next stop is a man. Mr Farthing. Only the sign on the door said John J farthing human relations. Counselor was a plush layout waiting room the size of a box tom rich solid languid deep green mother chairs brass stats on the wall. Van Gogh Gauguin that kind of stuff. The receptionist was out and I took a traffic mahogany door. Yes I mean please. What may I do for you sir? The names Regan International Detective. Sit Down on Mr Regan now. Is something troubling you. Girl named Winter Mary go on Missouri. Ligon she's as a patient of yours. Why do you ask a couple of questions about him? I since you know her background. I thought you could fill me in on a few things. I I said heard you Mr Regan. Well perhaps you're aware of the nature of my work since I assume you're an intelligent man. I don't believe it's necessary to be much more explicit than that tried for size very well cigarette Mister Reagan. Thanks there isn't exist in Sokoto ethics. Some practitioners call it the hippocratic oath. I'm not a doctor that you know he had to Mr Regan have a moral code. I'm listening nothing in my coat. Either morally ethically or in any other away allows me to discuss the affairs of my patients. Is that clear yeah. I'm sorry I can't assist you in whatever it is. You're trying to do mystery and I like to help it. is you see. My hands are tied. That makes two of us. Thanks thanks a lot. Mr Fighting grey suit ivory cigarette holder. Gold cufflinks stood up and shook hands. Solemnly I left it giving me nothing. There's only one thing wrong with that. Mr Filing was is right decided to check in with my boss. Anthony J Lyons Take it agency and for the customers. Fatso look I just started this business two hours ago. What's so you just these? I have here in my office with a young man. He has an interesting story. Tiffany it seems. He's been sending gifts to one. Merry winter that's correct regan. The man you all supposed to be looking for just and they get over here at once. This young man can't wait all day police detectives and besides he NHL. He needs help right caffeine a man you wish oppose the pine. He's life's in danger from seventy years ago today December Twenty First Nineteen Forty Nine Jeff Regan investigator on Classic Radio Theatre. Sadly eight frank. Graham committed suicide on September first nineteen September second nineteen fifty. I should say only at the age of thirty five. 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Me To find out who was sending packages to car hop may marry winter. I'm I met a little guy with an umbrella and a big guy with a gun and human relations counselor who called himself Mr Farthing. Then I phoned my boss Anthony J Lyon and found the mysterious Stereo Santa Claus who've been sending the girl gifts and walk right into our office when I got there. I found the lions sitting with his fingertips touching. He talked to the man across the desk from him. You like I guess it was the same guy had seen outside money windows apartment. The little guy thirty French code and nervous every comey and call how me and I want you to meet our new client Mr Smith Mr Ernest. Pige in trouble Should be everyone knows you me. I found your Mr Smith outside the girl's apartment. He wasn't looking for frost on those ones. Oh no no no no Mister Reagan. That's what Mr Smith. Aj for us it. That's not true. Mr Smith is in real trouble. Yoursel it to him Jeffrey. How can you say such think? Mr Smithfield's his life is in danger hence he has retained us to act act in his behalf. Th that's true mystery and I'll admit I sent the gifts to Miss Winter. I didn't realize I did to the point now. No I'm afraid since I saw you this afternoon. Someone's following me fat guy big coat. I came here for help someone. It doesn't like my sending the gifts. That's real bright or they can start with Mary Winter. She doesn't like Mr Reconvenes. A guy named Hamilton she. She's he's married call him. A Guardian family friend finishes story. I liked miss. I wanted to do something for. They've been sending her anonymous presents for almost six weeks. Isn't that carrying the Christmas spirit too far. WELL WE'LL I. I like her. That's not abnormal. Is it Mr not missed his. Keep out of this Jeffrey. We've got another clan name Hamilton. Remember besides you haven't met EPA girl. Neither have what I've never met Mary. Wind is that abnormal Mr Regan. Oh dear perhaps on sicker than Mr Farthing told me say that again Mr Farthing my human relations council. He takes care of the wait a minute. Maybe this is going to add up. You've never met marijuana you've seen her. You've seen her in the waiting room of farthings office Mr Regan. How on Earth did you guess? That's exactly it. She was reading a copy. The of Reader's digest and I was reading an Old National Geographic. It was well and I think that wraps that up Jeffrey. What do you mean Mary? Winner is afraid of unknown guys. Sending packages packages unknown guy. TURNS OUT TO BE Smith. Take Smith to Mary. Schori's harmless collect. What about Mr Smith? What about the man who's following? Maybe just imagined it. Mind Smith we're going to visit a redhead. The Landon believes Smith imagined anymore than I did but he only sputtered and I loaded Smith into the car and headed out to Mary Winds apartment. It looks simple them. Them like a glass of mild eggnog. 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That's one eight hundred three seven zero. Twenty seven fifteen and you're listening to classic Radio Theater on your favorite station now. The conclusion of Jeff Regan investigator from seventy years ago December twenty first nineteen forty nine Smith and I walked on. an-and Mary back into a chair in the corner of the room. She and Smith looked at each other and didn't say anything so I waited for the sparks. A die out of her eyes. They didn't something else on her mind. This this is the man who set the packages Justin Smith. Mary Wonder Smith. Oh boy tells me just a minute later. He won't hurt anybody. Just take it easy quiet. No no wait a minute. It's Christmas you've heard of that. I think how many people send presents which because it makes them feel good essentially. SSU presents for the same reason to kill me. You're like me that does it look at this card. It came in a box of flowers to my apartment tonight. Each man kills the thing. He loves well play. Did you send this Smith. No Mister Reagan. I didn't send it. I Sent Flowers and Candy and Nice things. The left them with their mouths open and ran for the hall outside. The girl may have had an overworked imagination but reminded knock over that garbage can in the stock and peaceful still outside me and a half moon and nobody else and and then I saw in the crouched moving away from the window I dove after and we went down together as his hand came out of his pocket. The great forty-five got it set direction. I grab it. The risk behind find gun fell into the rose but he got to his feet one. You want Staley's nick girl said so never mind cannot taste taste up before it's too late it only gonNA say trouble. Oh the big guy was two hundred pounds of unconscious as I bend over him. Heavy camel hair coat was wrapped around him. The same guy I'd seen before I unbuttoned McCoy figuring some identification might help me when it came open. Even I didn't need any more. He was wearing a tailored starts jacket. It wasn't the kind you see. Every day it was white. They gave me the lead headed fast for my car. Ten minutes later I stopped drugstore on the way out to the valley. I phoned the lion told him to check on fighting. Then I had the connaught. The pass was crowded with home from work traffic. It took me twenty five minutes to make our Dell Road and the home of Hamilton. This time the Dalmatian nation was out for the night. But what Hamilton wasn't he opened the door. Well well Mister Reagan. Come in you work late. Time clocks out of OUGHTA. Perhaps you'd like won crystal. Thanks wouldn't fit in my sock. Well let me say Regan. I'd take this visit that you have good news for you. Call it that you know who's been sending the guerrillas gifts guy named Smith. How's that again Smith? Ernest Smith his birth certificate. Says I've never heard of Mr Regan. You saw Mary in the waiting. The findings office never met a shy little guy now. Isn't that something I must say. Mr Reagan did a remarkably fast. Job Does something else you ought to know him. Chances are farthings phony. Mr Farthing looks like why it seems I said just thought I'd let you want me to go on with the case What do you mean Mister Reagan? Founder Guys Smith. That's what you hide me for. When I get the filing? He'll sing like a prima. Donna is saying talk then keep going. Okay I'm Joe Money. It's it's Your Life Mr Regan be careful. I mean a fast phone call to the lion on my way back into town. That tied it up fighting was working late when I got there on. The when he looked up and saw me he wasn't happy. What do you want conversation a lot of it Mr Regan? I'm assess why you've come to my office at this. I told you for conversation than I may regard. This whole thing is a sort of joke maybe only the laughs. You'll get wouldn't get by even on television. I demand an explanation of your enough start with your name not farthing. It's fine. I'm Howard Fun. You want more. Where did you get that? And we had a phone conversation with my boss. He's got a ways of getting things like your record five arrest Bunko one arrest forgery one arrest fraud conviction. You lucky maybe it won't be this time. You haven't got anything on me. Regan how about blackmail. It may not a check on you. Were getting separated job. I believe the guy's name was Hamilton. You can't prove it. The guy on the white jacket he meant business. See You do your leg work Listen Regan you can't pin blackmail sure. Maybe I had ideas but I don't claim I'm Dr. I don't end out any pills just advisory again. That's all just advice too bad. You know. There are a lot of people take. You seriously fought him a lot of people that could use advice real advice. Mine's real they say Should I marry him and I say yes no depends on how much the resonant for you do. Whatever you want from me Regan? Who paid you to put the beyond Mary Winter? You won't have to answer that come on in Hamilton. I've been waiting for you your gough bragging Mr Regan. It made sense to get you to join fighting in me. You might have something to say. You're showing up. Check my story. Watch this man named Hamilton supposed to look out for a young redhead named Mary winner on Hamilton Takes One look at this number and suddenly. He's not fatherly anymore. He decides to move in for himself. Said isn't you convince the go. She couldn't trust standing in the world. But you should have been the other way around your the ones you couldn't trust is not right for having leave me out of this Oregon. Run A legitimate business. If you want. That wouldn't be fair. You were the guy. Hamilton came to with money. Paid you to tell them everyone. Who is the man for her? My right farming lying regan. No no I'm not. Everything works fine until along. Came and I shine a little guy with an umbrella on Mr Smith met Mary and farthings waiting rooms starting sending a presence. You know that must have really stopped you Hamilton. Trying to figure out who was cutting in on your Romeo Reagan. Reagan had enough. How did you? I thought you were getting knows me to find the guy and I did and a story except if anybody should happen to tell Mary winter what kind of guy you really are handled them you. Might I suddenly find yourself out of a lifetime. Career Never Tell C. to that forget one item for a last touch. You Send Mary a threatening note. Really put the pressure on. You're washed up Hamilton. This revolver says I'm not MISSOURIAN. Come over here out of the way. We're going to take care of Mr Regan self-defense. Not a chance with findings record my right farnum do as I say piloting go ahead. Go ahead moldable good on your list. I won't play Ball Amilton. I told the girl what you wanted but I'm not in this. It's your fight I can make it yours. Don't try it. I am as good with this gentleman as I am with the whip on a much. I'll find doctors. I hit Hamilton's risks. The bullet buried itself in Desk. Top Gun hit the floor. I got the gun is haven't moved in fast. Only what he got trouble with barrel across his hat find him called up to his chair sat down puffing I let him catch his breath when I waved the gun in his direction he he didn't mind phoning the police Heavy guy on the white jacket showed up bright and early for work the next morning and the cop greeted with para handcuffs. He got off of the assault and battery and Farnam alias. Fighting made the bladder for a light charge. Hamilton wasn't that lucky. His red assault with intent to kill it was noon when I got to the Lions Office. He was marrying the Christmas tree stuck in the corner and from the sounds that came out of his mouth likes alleges. Holiday fever was becoming serious no way he knew ooh yeah. Three looking for a replacement for Vaughn Monroe. Every how unkind Sunday is Christopher. Michael and today is is payday. ooh perhaps I could manage small token sign one of my gratitude. Thanks by the way. What about Mary? Winter the car hop Howie's ago. Jeffrey left her with Smith last night when I when after findings Mug Geoffrey no you didn't alone together and hating all men and boys shy backwoods. Jeffrey how could you how cruel to acknowledge him. Maybe we'll read about it the afternoon. Paper Double Double Hamburger. What did you? I drove by Mary's drive in this morning. There was a car parked there. Geoffrey you little guy behind the wheel trenchcoat umbrella. He looks awful lot like boy. Smith is and you talk to them from London. We'll tell retail me. What did Mary say you said with or without aikens? Merry Christmas Lion. Merry Christmas jeopardy Geoff Regan. Investigator is written by William Fruit Rogue and William Fifield produced by Sterling Chrissy directed by Gordon t Hughes and stars. Frank Graham Regan with Frank Nelson. Is Anthony J Lyon. 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The Great Gildersleeve Bob Bob hope show transcribed direct from Hollywood. From Hollywood the George Burns Gracie Allen show. Now here's your host Wyant Cox comedy this Hour Bobby L. A. starring in the last iteration of Henry Aldrich in the Aldridge Family December. Twenty first nineteen fifty to it's Christmas Eve even though it's not all right coming mother. This guy has written by the Goldsmith The holiday season is always wide time of the year for a typical teenage boy but no matter how wide open his eyes are is almost certain to walk right smack into some assorted troubles. Especially if he's like Henry. Marie Aldridge Zine opens at the breakfast table The Times morning. Eleven cream the cream Mary here yard. Well there's the sugar you're passing or Jimmy here. Twelve thirteen fourteen. I have that piece of toast if you are going to eat it. I'M GONNA eat. Mother was that thirteen or fourteen twelve. Now Sam Donahue Adeline it was fourteen fourteen. Are you sure yes Hanan. Fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen. Well Gee whiz is. Do you know how many Christmas cards received this time last year. How many according to my records thirty-five that shows times change your Henry? This is only the day before Christmas. There's one more delivery but all my old standbys are hurt from. I can't depend on any new ones coming in sure. You have the right attitude toward Christmas. The right attitude. I've gotta I don't know where I stand don't I I just looked back the practically nineteen forty nine all right here all right each area. I'm meeting did we send the Whitmore's a card it. Moore's who other Whitmore's we met them on the train coming back from Chicago. You mean that trip. We took way back in one thousand nine forty six and they're still sending US cards every place missile. Naturally we ought to send them one. Henry are you going to Nancy. Adams party tonight south. What's that Mary the Party tonight? You going well. Well I'll tell you Mary Henry Henry. Nancy isn't giving a party on Christmas. Eve she well in a way. She's giving it on Christmas Eve. What do you mean in a way she is about? I hope you don't think I'm GONNA walk out of my whole family tonight. You don't have to worry about that. I mean you're not going Henry married. You have to pay your own brother down like that. I'm just going for a little while by Henry. We always always spend Christmas Eve together as a family and then go to church together mother. I thought that after we got the tree trim will naturally. We'd want to sit around and rest for a second. I thought while we're resting. I just race overloaded oversight of the gang and then come round to meet you at the church figured out. Well I didn't have it figured out exactly I. I just thought it'd be prepared at the subject came up while you're I'm sorry I have to tell you but you're not going to any party tonight. Not even for twelve minutes not even for two minutes. My goodness Henry. Don't you realize tonight. Is Christmas Eve Roy and Bill Annandale and they'll who dear this cards just signed Ed and Bill. Isn't that strange mothers. The subject of the party dropped for a good. Yes Dear Sam look at this. I have one two three four five six seven cards here from people. We haven't sent cards to and here. It is the day before Christmas. Mrs Merry Christmas. Everybody was homer. Where'd you come from Walmart? Offered how homer Good Morning Tammy I'll get a very private. I have a piece of news for you she wiz is that coffee cake. Yes dear. Wouldn't you like to go out in the kitchen and get a plate and have a piece on all thank you. I've got my gloves on. I was just taking piece right here. The parallel mistletoe. Mary Mr you expecting any telegrams today because because if you are occupied is open for them for you why are you working down at the Telegraph Office. read yet exactly Mrs Homage. But I've been talking to them about it and things and they opened up at the last minute. Excuse me please. Everybody come on. We didn't I didn't even unfold Alice. We didn't meet anybody by the name of Ed and tonight at city that Senator Homer homer what are you got to tell me g I got wonderful boy I think. What about eleanor? It's going to give you a Christmas present. Who me well sure? I just met her on the street and she wanted me to ask you to meet her in front. The Senate Bill Gift Shop just as soon as you can get there. She what makes you think she's going to give me something that's why she wants you to meet us. You can help her pick out a while a wallet. I'm not kidding ending. I swear that's what she told. Call Me Eleanor. Come right out and say she was going to give it to me well. Of course she didn't I said to her. I said you mean you're getting it for Henry. And she got all red and embarrassed and said well of course not. I'm getting it from my father but I could tell you covering up. Oh Boy oh boy. I'm down at the gift shop. She said well sure just as soon as you can get there the people this toby. Toby could you meet me down at the gift shop in the next fifteen minutes. Yes I'm there now. I want you to help me pick out a wallet. All you mean a man's along of course only I don't know anything about that sort of thing. Did you mean you're getting your when my father for your father. That's a hot on the night. Another kind you pick out on her while down there in ten minutes. Hello yes dear. Where are you GONNA do? The office member the Mulligans Oakland Avenue City. What's his first name? I believe it's Joe yes. I'm sure it's Joe by Christmas card. I just got let me see. Isn't that embarrassing. I bet it costs seventy five cance. WHO's it from the from home or isn't that embarrassing bathroom? Oh now I think it was a very nice thing for them to do but mother do. I have to send one back to him. Well of course married nowadays. Don't bother me dear. I've got a wrap up that fruitcake the meaning to send Mrs Hawkins All Week Mrs Hockey. Yes dear she has three boys in the service and she's all alone as crispy father mother were are you. I'm out here in the Kitchen Henry. I'm very busy one very sorry to interrupt like this but I have a talk with you. Confidentially about something important. What's happened here? Not only could you please step into the dining room a second mary. I don't like to be rude but this is about Christmas Amri only I hope you're not going to spend a whole lot on who now Mary. Don't start getting ideas Henry. You'll have to hurry. I had more in a minute. Yes mother here's what happened. Eleanor Wentworth is giving me a three dollars and ninety five Santa Wallet Plus Tax. Say a wallet. It's made of leather and even has a place where my student body eighty for your what body part. That's the case. If I'm an accent people will know who I am. Well not just one minute. Suppose you calm down and tell me very slowly. What what it is that happened but mother? There's no time to lose gotTA have four dollars. What don't you understand? I've got to give eleanor present. Just as good as the one. She's giving me having i. Well Frankly Henry. Eleanor hurried wants to spend money on presents for boys. It's none of my business but I don't believe I have fought dollars to give you to buy anything. Mother WanNa do about Tovia Smith but that well toby he's meant was down there to a putting his in his two cents worth because he thinks the Wallace for him. And Eleanor pointed out something that she's crazy about and it costs four dollars and if I don't beat them to and he'll get it first and then look like a fool Henry. If have you have four dollars of your own. That's something else but I really don't think I should give it to you when you look at what I discovered. I'm certainly not going to send a car to home. Why Not Doc Mary? I held the card. He sent me under a very strong light and look at what's been raised on. I hope you like your gun. Love at best. It was probably just cutting down expenses. Mary America juiced up into the living room. While I have a confidential talk with you for second what about Christmas. Oh you want them at by Mary. Do you remember what it was. I was going to do well and wait. You Know Toby Smith you like him. Henry I can't stand him Mary. I'm sure glad to hear you say that. Could you lend me four dollars. Well Look Mary. If I don't inordinate twenty-five percent hang up I'll never be able to walk in a public street again and I know just exactly what you want slot while she pointed it out in the gift shop. She said it was about the nicest thing she'd ever seen. What is it Murray? How would you even been listening Christmas? Tree that lights up to wear on the lapel of your code. It's UPENN so you're going to have a little battery in it really. You're in. It's only four dollars and they've only got one left. Henry you already owe me. Money was going to get that job delivering telegrams this afternoon. That's fine. Listen Mary Hello Mary. Hello homer did you. Did you have the males been coming through all right today. Yes well how do you feel I feel just fine. Oh homer what does one listen. Did you toby. Smith is taking eleanor of the party. Tonight you're crazy. Who told you that I met him just a little? While ago on his way home he had to get some money to buy something review here. That haven't you got any family pry Henry right over here. We're all Mr. Yes sir I came back to get the tree. What's that the Christmas tree that lights up? Oh yes we do. Have one here on this door this year. I haven't weighed. He's hot appearing Henry. No the little Christmas tree the wasp. Don't you remember the little Christmas tree that surprise you when it lights up. Oh you mean the pinch you or I finally got the four dollars for. I'm sorry but that's just been sold. What's that it's been so less than ten minutes ago? That's a fine thing after I promise to my sister's bed every morning for a month as compound inch rhymes always good luck Henry. How about getting just a straight flashlight show on? Its own powerful owner. What would you do with flashlights? While they know darn well I like it. Mr The positive that pins been so there's a clerk over there who made the sale. She might even be able to tell you who bought it. Oh I know who bought it. I just don't see how we got here so fast than elements that are self. It's the only pinch he's ever seen. She really likes. Hey Master Hey Mr Toby. What are you doing back here? How about that Christmas tree? That likes opin. I mean you know what I mean. The pin the pan. I'm sorry young man but that Benjamin sold it's been sold. Yeah now listen Henry. She was toby. You mean you didn't by now. Listen Henry I'm supposed to get that Berlin or handed over what I haven't got it until we stopped pushing what I listen to homer Brown. Did you buy it. I'll listen toby. I'll wait a minute boys. Wait a minute be careful. All above average Hello Hello San this is Allah. Did you room when someone at Princeton by that name Abil- oh well the reason. I called years to ask what we ought to do about about homer. He was here just a little while ago and after he left I found a caught on the living room table addressed the knee. Apparently saving postage. Don't you think that woulda given something rather nice about one of your flu case. San that reminds me. Don't forget to send Mrs Falcons at fruitcake Auden member. He's got three sons service. That's the way I feel. It's starting to snow pretty hard. Tell Henry you'd better start shoveling. Isn't here right now. Coban mother yes. And you've got to ask you something dear. Your father wants you to keep the walks creative snow but lives in. Who could this be? She's a lady she's a lady that well now mother. She's a lady about so high. She wears a black coat with a black fur collar. Who is she henry? What are you talking about wishy? Mother who issue. I've got an home home. Is this a game Henry game mother. My whole Christmas is at stake. She's my only clue from the. I can't possibly know you're talking about well. Gee Whiz you know all the ladies in town now listen very carefully she comes up to here on. BCC wears a black coat with our cops. I thought you said if Arcola sure. And she's not very heavy she weighs. Maybe maybe well you know Mrs Brown yet. She doesn't like that at all. But I'll give you an idea on a chain for my goodness Henry. And why do you have to know the answer. She's got the trees. She's got the tree whose tree tree that. I'm giving. Eleanor what she got ahead of Toby in me. Don't you see the clerk described to me. I gotta find find make an offer. She wears glasses on a chain and she's about so high in front of the only person that reminds me of his. Mrs Kim Jong Kittens Eugene with White Knight. You think of Geraldo Right. Oh well wait a minute. Henry might just possibly be Mrs Tara Belle Harbor. Don't she will. That sounds like it's just hard but I'll go rhino. Wait wait I just want to someone else who has glasses Donna j a woman yes of course Perkins Perkins all right. I'll find Perkins Mrs Harland Mrs Clinton and don't forget the mother just as soon as I taking care of Someone Else Henry People. Hello there and we alridge once you step inside. I know thanks Mr Kissinger only gets no all of your rug. My good look. No well what can I do for you Henry. Well I I you have a coke with on it not to get away Henry. No I was just wondering but you wore glasses why I do. Sometimes did you send you away. She did you down at the gift shop this morning. Yes I was well. Did you make a purchase purchased there. As a matter of fact he was very foolish of me to wait until the last minute. There was hardly anything. I'll say Henry. Just what was that you wanted. Nothing nothing she. You Walk certainly shoveling. Doesn't yes I'm afraid it. Does well kittens you. If you have a shovel I'd be very glad I had to clean it off for you. Now that's very thoughtful of you Henry and I'd be glad to pay you know I wouldn't take any money from you but when I get through Mrs Clinton's you're you're going to be around aren't you. Yes because I'm going to have a little talk with you Henry. How do you do Mrs Harbaugh? Merry Christmas and Merry Christmas to you well. I'm sure glad you're wearing your glasses on a chain. What's what did I make a mistake? Over at Mrs Pittenger's she wears them whether or not on a chain and that's where I got off on the wrong foot. You'll see leading the gift shop this morning did you I'm sure I did Mrs Power. 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Save the Constitution and restore our American dream go to save my freedom dot com that saved my freedom dot com brought to you by the American Media Council and you're listening to Classic Radio Theater later on your favorite station. December twenty first. Nineteen fifty to the Aldrich family. I aw now getting back to the troubles Henry Henry all so far this Henry's one purpose is to catch up with the lady who bought the only pin of its kind in town a pin. That costs four dollars and it looks like smaller Christmas tree. Which Ellen said she just loved to have if anyone wanted to give her anything? Zine opens in the Aldridge living. I thought I had worked for Henry to clean off our walk. Well and Yuban. He went out and he hasn't come back and look at me. I had to wade through Adrift Up to my knees. When you go right up and change your clothes gotten into? That boy can take time to shovel other people's walks but not ours. Funny you say that this break up on the street on the way home and told me how nice it wasn't Henry to come over and clean her walk. Well my goodness Oh and here see whether you can figure vigor. These Christmas card dog one is signed IDA and one is fine van. I never heard of whose van that isn't the poincare idea. Why would any either be sending you at the office? I'm going with my faith. Hello Western Union call off. aww there no he isn't. Do you have a telegram for him. Now I just wanted to say hello. Who is this was? I have that root cake reading from the Talkin. You have Mary so have you started to soak it for my gracious. Christmas is it was like this. Hello is yes. Sure I just wanted to call and yet you. How Nice of you to stand Henry over? I was so sweet of you to stand Henry. optically my law. Oh Oh did he clean yours to the perfect job and he wouldn't take all you want to do is come in the president trump. Giving all right what is it you want. I thank you very much Mr you goodbye saying. What are you doing down here in your feet? You asked me to come down you want. Oh Oh well I was going to ask you to take that fruitcake over to Mrs Hawkins but I guess we'll have to wait down here. No no you go right back up and soak at the home. What is it you want? We'll come on with me while I deliver. A couple of telegrams feudalism tired. I'm going home a few blocks out of your way home. We're looking at me my feet your wet. I haven't had any lunch what you've been doing. I've been shoveling every walk in town board in my mother Double Cross me my first office Mrs Haug just three doors down the street. I'll even let you borrow one of my gloves. Here take the right one. I carry my telegrams in the left one and one of the telegrams got a warm message so what sure is from John Hawkins to his mother. He's an army camp down in Texas but I thought John Hawkins was in Korea. No two brothers are in Korea. 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Premium pillows and Mike Lindell puts his name on if you will to classic Radio Theater on your favorite station the conclusion now of the Aldrich Family December twenty first nineteen fifty to a surprise for Henry. Mrs Talking I'll be there in just one day. She was homer. That sounds like Toby Smith in the living room. Mrs Hawkins is that all right. I'll pay four dollars for toby. What are you doing here? Hey Hey look homer there on a chain glasses now listen tell. We can't have that pin John. Wayne Henry Listen Toby. Henry don't WanNa push you like that boys boys without out that angel. Now Listen Blair Garner housed the G Wiz Sam would you mind putting another log on the fire please. Just what I'm GONNA do my my goodness but it's an awful night out. You want to look out the window mother. I've never seen so much snow on Christmas Eve. Mary straighten that piece of Holly. That's hanging right. That'll be your father. Alright still father or can't lift log and wholesale two out for this Fox all right Mary when Henry came a while ago. Exactly what did he say he just asked whether you and father were in and I said no you gone out to do some shopping and then he ran upstairs and when he came down he had his best suit on. And that's all. He said well he said to tell you. He finally straightened out the whole problem of Eleanor's presents and then he wasn't an awful hurry to get down to the glass cutters something about a party. Ardi San what do you think we do bone wherever the party is and tell him to come home now dear. We aren't going to do anything like that. You can explain that. We always spend Christmas Eve together as all families do deer. If Henry doesn't want to spend this evening with us it's it's something I'm not going to force them to do. They don't you think you ought to be punished. Washed Mary dear. Will you go out to the kitchen and get that big bowl of fruit and nuts out there. Yes mother Giraffe Alice. It'll be along shortly. I'm afraid Henry doesn't even begin to know what Christmas really means the one thing. He's thought about all day himself and that president he wanted to get Elena. That's the only thing that's meant anything to him. He didn't shovel the walk. He didn't get the sell a window fixed he. Oh my goodness that reminds me. You didn't get that fruitcake. Opening Mrs Hawkins are good. I always I had to go out and shovel the walk for Henry. I know dear but here it is Christmas Eve and Mrs Hawkins well all the people in this town. We should've sent all right. I'll take it over first thing tomorrow. We take it over now tonight in this storm we could say drop it off on the way to the Church Canterbury Alice. I realize Hawkins misses her. Boys like everything but the churches in one direction and the Hawkins House in the other. It's snowing to beat the band. I I'll take it over first thing tomorrow deadly I. I wonder how the Hawkins Boys are getting along. I understand she hears from them quite often. Yes I was. Always one thing about them. They were devoted devoted to their mother. Alice don't I didn't mean it. That way neck. Nothing when you have no dear what would I want with any fruit nuts. It's Christmas father. I'm not hungry man. What's the matter I thought you wanted me to bring them in? We did just put them down there on the table where there looks Christmasy. Oh light the candles on the piano just as Henry and tell him to leave that party and come home San Aldridge. I don't want you to but mother father doesn't Henry won't even be here to go to church with us. It's now Henry knows we're going if he isn't here by then we'll go alone When I heard the king making all the stall they saw on the east before came and stood over web the young child walks what they saw? They rejoiced with exceeding great joy. That is all right. Why would we saved Jake? We read kings of audience up. Sam Yes where just three rows goes ahead. It misses Hawkins mainly should have brought for food cake with us. No dear look. Who's with her mother? Look at the three Hawkins. Boys come home no Mary. Can't you see you. That is whether Henry and homer and toby in a a handwriting. Look so nice gesture remembered. Who Ed and Mrs Hawkins Two Sons in Korea uh-huh ah In off the Aldridge family is transcribed written by Clifford. Goldsmith Henry is played by. Bobby Ellis Homa by Jack. Grimes Mr and Mrs all rigid the House. Jameson and Barbara Robbins. Announcers Dick Dudley. Let's make our next week same time same station for another sparkling half hour. They all rich family. Merry Christmas everybody. The Korean War allowed the Aldridge family to Redo an episode from nineteen forties and use it during nineteen fifty two final. Ah Christmas episode of the Aldridge family during their final season December. Twenty first one thousand nine hundred ninety two on Classic Radio Theater are. 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USA Now on Classic Radio Theater episode so to the cinnamon bear the bad dolls. This was originally broadcast December. Twenty first nineteen thirty seven Cinnamon Bay mile. ooh Judy and Jimmy and the cinnamon bear are in the snow country with Santa Claus for awhile. Everything looked pretty wonderful. Santa Claus bundled them into his specially private Sleigh and drove to Jack Frost's house after examining the broken silver star. Jack took some magic snow cement and before you could say Jackie Robinson Star was back together again. I'll ever it was necessary to let the cement get good solid so jack. Frost left it on the window sale. And and what do you think judy went back to. Look at the star. It was gone. It's just as gone as though it had never been there human crickets. This is awful all one way. Do Santa cars now. The first thing to do is not get excited. Take a look outside Jack. Maybe it fell off the ceiling of the snow. All Right Santa Danta di any sign of Ross Francis. Look that'd go who the bad dolls. That's been the syllabus talent base. Stolen Cars Judy Jimmy older. You couldn't possibly get them now whether they're going like sixty we can't stand here and let them get away with our Silver Star just after. It's been mended. Nevin Rincon Jewelry. Judy I do. It just gets back safe in John Hughes as though Santa but it sure makes me feel pretty awful awful unhappy May to and fee rochas besides garage bad dolls anyhow Jimmy. A few years ago most rains thing happen. The factory got hold of a bad lot of SAWDUST and consequently lake. All adults that were stuff with it turned out to be very nothing. I think. Thank Baden's but don't you think you'd better call off the ten soldiers those bad dolls. How quite a head start you know so they have? I almost forgot. May I use your phone rang. Excellent thank you know operator and Oh get me Snow Side One two three O'Leary Hello Nikki Nikki. The bad Dole's of just stolen judy. And Jimmy Star right after Jack. Frost mended it now. I want you to order out a detachment the of tin soldiers. They'll get dinged up. The dolls headed due west of Jack Frost House. That's right so oh hold a vote. Nick what is it. Judy scares me. But would you ask Nikki. Food Eliza Crazy Quilt Dragon. Come out of the tailor shop yet. Surely Oh Nickie oh about the crazy quilt dragon. How does he look? That's fine where you tell them to meet us out in front of the big storeroom storeroom. That's it all right you got. Everything's great now. All right good buying a game they we are children. The teams will be on their way in a minute. You'll have yours dire back in no time. That's well gee I feel better already just the same. It's pretty hard not to worry when it's getting closer and closer to Christmas every minute just leave. It descended close duty. And now we've got to get started for the big storeroom and meek it crazy crazy with which I'd rather not do. What did Nikki photos have to say about him? The daily job of renovating. That's hurry. I'm anxious to see him. He'd probably be so conceited. You won't be able to touch them with a ten foot pole now now cinnamon bear. Don't be jealous wrong. Everyone Jack Frost. Thanks for many the silver star ever so grateful show. That's all right. I'm just sorry it had to get stolen. That's all right. Mr Frost soldiers will get a bad for us. And don't forget next time you're visiting the world. You just offered our house housing. I'll show you. How the frosted chocolate kate you but I will do they go into? It's pretty cold out here. I don't know what we'd do without these first Suji gave us only right now. It's an somebody. Please give me a bone very much. Obliged Jimmy everybody in all right off we go listen in learning and here we are. This is a big storeroom. This crazy waiting for us by everybody knows everything all right negative route or kick Cap Santa Kim's all just got off of flying colors landed him. Notice anything different in Judaism. My goodness crazy quills. You're sure am expecially. Yes indeed my friend. You are gazing all the new. I'm crazy quilt. Looks like the same old stuff to me. Let me as e did a good job all right around there. Lay Your benches look just like new. Oh yes I'm the real. No and and you've got brand-new Boron your nick. It sure humdinger crazy quilt. I guess he's not the only one who has a bowl patio. Cinnamon you have. I Love Green one betty common color green now by boat inge. That's what it is Jerry. Arctic it's scholars. So the whatever it is they took you to the cleaners all right too bad. They didn't dry-cleaned your brain's really know quibbling leaves read. I don't mind them Santa. They always act like that. I see where what do you say we just forget about it. And we'll take a look around in the store. A new dust off the animals in hundred things hundreds of them. This is the music independent music. You don't happen to have spent Juba around. Do Sad that used to play in the dragon military band you know so. That's why you're such a windbags Here I am Sandjak. Everything's taken care of ood now. Where's that special? Bana Job Nikki. I'd like to move it over This one right over here. I'll take the cover off. Oh Piano. Oh It's beautiful home home very nice but it should be tested before we pack it. And I'm not intruding. Santa I think led to do the right Patios in them and we'd love to play. Wouldn't we negate road right piano player. Cisse's stuff okay. Any attention to combat go right ahead composition is any on Santa. Thanks very yeah. Melissa is a method of increasing on every possible occasion Personally very very wailed uh cinnamon your real largest much oblige Nikki knows you don't mind I think I've browsed around a bit. Maybe look at anything. Relax as certainly judy anything. That isn't wrapped up. You take a look at the speech and trump. Are you positive. You have no Tubas about Santo planting ending of them crazy quilts but none your side. Oh I'm Baltra go really missing a tweet Sabam. Consider me a vote you also. We're now these types soldiers doing here. I thought this is just a music department. Those are musicals odors. Do they play in the toy band. You'll hear them when we have the a big innovation cinnamon bear judy. Why he's now did he go holy probably wandered off by himself? Never mind though he won't get any any trouble or I don't know about that. Nicky patties middle name is Rob Lowe L.. Then we'd better start looking for see him anywhere around. Perhaps you went into one of the other rooms. Where does this door lead to center? That's the Christmas stickers playroom. Let's see if he's wanted limited in that would aquatic election of Christmas stickers and tags pile clear to the ceiling. I don't don't think I ever saw such beautiful ones. There's something under this pile of stickers. Let's see what this is all about talk. I've got his leg. You'll be them up. This is rich. He's covered from head to foot with CICA. Anybody let's foreign look. There's a great big sticker right across paddies miles and it says I know that's too much I doubt if I could keep his mouth shut until Christmas even though it isn't betty fall off offer. Well Yeah Go. Oh well what did I. Everything's again. They did all this happen. This is inman just looking around minding my own business. That's all. I guess. I was still a bit Dan from the snow. And when that the big pile of stickers topper just minding your own business eight lighted stuck up fellow. What a sight you? Owing Santa a clause calling Santo. Excuse me please. Santa Claus speaking gotten pop just reported skirmish with the bad lab dolls and the Icicle Forest Lawn Dune to snowstorm. Had unexpected setback need reinforcements immediately. That dogs so much more stubborn than usual seems to be someone helping them. 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The holes are all you know, Disco Ball bump in the music loud, and it's warm and you're having beers and you're hanging out, and then you can see the talking stick. Resort Casino flashing and you, but you're in the middle of the desert I. Don't know it's really cool, but. Yeah Brian Gumbo. I just think it's funny that a guy who's been on the tour for some time. Now can hit it even farther than ever. Maybe I shouldn't be surprised by that. Because? He's been working at it, but they keep talking about the. The this speed of the swing. and. You know there's something to it. I remember a friend of mine when I was first trying to golf and I was just mashing and. The ball wasn't going anywhere where I wanted. Which is pretty much the same as now, too. But he said. And this was a guy who played. Pro Baseball He said Rick. You're plenty strong enough, so just let the technology do the work. Just a nice easy swing in this club will little crush it. But I just you know. I never play golf I played baseball. I played many years of beer belly softball. I'm trying to destroy the ball so. It's just no fun, and then I would hit it hard. People get mad at me and then you have to hit it softer I'm not here to hit it softer. Yeah Man. That's the way it goes all right. One Eight, hundred, eight seven eight play. We thought yesterday. was going to be a good day in baseball. Because the Union and the League were talking when we thought they weren't talking. And then we found out with and frazier on Ross McGowan that people are talking in the afternoon. And we heard reports that the season was going to start July nineteen with sixty games. With the full salaries. pro-rated but no, grievance. Big and expanded playoffs. Wow. Ever since that news now, the Union immediately tweeted out. There's no deal the LA. Times tweeted out. There's not even an agreement in principle. At this moment. The New York Post tweeted out that the players strenuously objected to sixty games and they want more. Now. When you think about it, and you think all the back and forth, and they're like. If you want pro rated salaries, you gotta play Fifty Games. So, what's changed, they added ten games. That's like. Do you know those people and there are a lot of them? That will drive all the way across town because it's a nickel cheaper per gallon. And it's like yeah, what what'd you save seventy cents? I hope I'm never in a place where I gotta drive all the way the other side of town. To save seventy cents to film. I think if you're saving seven dollars I. Get it if it's. Cheaper own. Elephants Fifty Cents Cheaper Gallon I see it. You're GONNA whatever but. That's basically what this is. It's like all right. You can have more games. Cool ten ten. Now there is a report. They were going to go to fifty four games. They're really only adding six if you believe that. So the Union has said full pro rated salaries, no matter what. This was the first time. The, League said. Yeah for Sixty Games. So the skepticism that the player leadership and union sources have met this with. Is a big wall on the pathway. To reconciliation right now. The Best News of all I think is that. We look at the calendar, and it's June eighteen. And so that is probably the impetus more than anything is that the League is running out of time. And you got fouled. She's saying. Don't even play in October. Because, it's GonNa be cold and. He, said even the flu. Everything's going to ramp up. Don't even play in October with leagues like we don't WanNa play in November. So knowing that they need a week to. Just get the second spring training up and going and this whole thing about three weeks of spring training. I think that's too long now I. Know You need three weeks for the pitchers, not the hitters. And wish more people would just point that out saying the players need three weeks. They don't. The hitters need two weeks. And Will they? Would they better with three? Yeah? But it's just to stretch out your starters. It's not even for your bullpen, guys, but who are your most prized assets? Who are the ones that make the cash? You're right. Strasbourg Ver- lander Sherzer, and you don't WanNa ruin them. You're going to Bryce Harper. strikeout every at Bat. Knowing gives a crap. He'll be in a quote unquote slump. But if you have Garrett Cole, go out there and two thirds into his Yankees career. He's like Oh my elbow like. Damn it! We rushed Spring Training two point Oh. So. They're if you look at it. If you think a week for logistics three weeks of spring training, you basically have. This! You have today and tomorrow because no one works on weekends. At least not rich people. I've done it for thirty years, but. You have today and tomorrow for this ticket. and. We know that networks. Will not be paying for top dollar. If it goes into November. They don't like the clash of the titans with the NBA playoffs and everything else. That's going on much less, the NFL So like I said I believe today and tomorrow to get this done. And the players tell us where win. Well, There's not going to be a win much longer because. Definitely I mean look. They can work through the weekend congress. I remember when I was studying. Law and public policy of communication and another class. I had called State and urban politics. that. Congress actually does go. To the clock, which is dial up clock? They go to the clock. And they actually will stop it. Just to kind of say you know we. We are actually still. We're still in yesterday. At eleven fifty nine. Just stop just stop. Now Scott Boris. Remember. He's the guy who thinks he's part of the commissionership in baseball. He chimed in. On Rob Manfred being wishy washy with the one hundred percent guarantee that there'd be a season. And so Boris was talking to Tom Verduci of sports illustrated saying. He's being the pancake commissioner where all flip anywhere I want to when you negotiate publicly once you say it. If you go down a different road, you lose credibility when he said on draft day one hundred percent. We're going to have baseball. The commissioner said there's a chicken in every pot. And he continues. The TBS contract was the rectal thermometer. Goodness gracious the rectal thermometer I. Let's go to Charlie who's out in new. York City what's going on big chuck. Rick, how're you doing my friend I just a follow up on what you're saying about. This is baseball I I think it's six sixty game season. Fifty Games yards utterly ridiculous. In my opinion, I think they should at this point to shut it down and. I mean. The baseball. They really shot themselves in the foot. They could have been playing. They could've been forty games until a season by now, and they had just gotten their act together. They could have led to the forefront of of introducing these all these major sports back. To the public or you know in this country and they. They really screwed up. and. I mean. I mean. You WanNa. Talk about putting an asterisk against eleven wins this year. I mean fifty sixty game season. You can have the mariners and the pirates in the world series you know. If you just talk for a month. I mean historically the I. Mean I've been following the as since the original bill evolve, but under beans watch the as don't get hot until. The All star pro. They usually forty and forty every year, and then they take off so I I mean as a sports fan. It comes back I'll watch it, but I I. Don't know I mean what what? What are your feelings? Just take whatever they offer at this point as I mean as a fan and being a fan. Would you just take whatever they have to offer or? I mean is it turns out to be a sixty game season? Well I hate to use this reference, but I am a beggar, and if they offer me one crumb of baseball, I will, I will bite the hand off to take it. Yeah, I know I and I. Ultimately the same I mean listen. I'd be the first on the flip on it. You, know the game. What's you know because I have the baseball package and I would watch? I. Mean I'm not I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'll watch you know. Watch the playoffs. They said they were going to introduce. What did they say sixteen ten? To sixteen teams in the playoffs, sixty teams, universal D. H. and by the way I go to the break I. Don't know if you heard my interview with Joey. Mullen yesterday the Nhl Hall of Famer where you're talking about growing up in Hell's kitchen. Yes I did I was very excited. Very cool. Yeah I remember the by. Joey very much. That was very cool. Anyway Charlie. Thanks for the call and I get to the point where we WANNA wash our hands. They have a great weekend, Vic. All right I'm ready to the. We will take a quick break in. 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Insulated from the community and they are tested nearly every day. It would be very hard to see how football is able to be played this fall. If there is a second way, which is certainly a possibility, and which would be complicated by the predictable flu season football may not happen this year and quote. Now, the Players Association and the NFL is told their members that they would be tested every three days and anyone tested positive would be quarantined. Every three days when it comes to college football, the NCAA approved a six week practice plan yesterday, which will begin in July. We heard that some of the football players coming back to campus. Cal Right now, but found. She said if you can't have a season. It's impossible. There's too much infection out. There doesn't matter what you do. I would hope by the time you get this assembler. It's not gonNA be the way it is right now. All right. I know he's just trying to help. Our at. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed feed radio network at live dot, hotline Newsfeed Dot Com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on facebook twitter, and in grams, Of Service daily newscasts for June. The eighteen twenty twenty t i Mike Clifford students in New York City are calling for school safety to be taken out of the hands of the police department. They call it. The school to prison lines zero tolerance policies. It involved police in minor incidents, leading to student arrests, juvenile detention and incarceration since nineteen, Ninety Eight, the New York Police Department has been training and supervising school safety agents who have the authority to arrest students in public schools the Kobe Freezer with future of tomorrow and the youth collaborative says that has encouraged a law enforcement approach to maintaining school discipline can be a role of teachers or their deans in through restarted. Justice once implemented correctly the soon. Soon can have time to reflect on whatever the situation may be the user calling for funding to be redirected from deploying school safety agents to promoting approaches that reduce conflict and encourage resolution. I'm Andrea Sears reporting in his controversial book former. National Security Adviser John Bolton says the US House. It's impeachment inquiry should have investigated president trump, not just for pressure Ukraine, but also for variety of other instances where he sought to US trade negotiations at criminal investigations to further his political interests that from the New York Times. They report. The bolt described several episodes where the president expressed a willingness to all criminal investigations to in effect. Give personal favors to dictators. Any light bulb cited cases involving major firms and. 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The number is about thirty percent first time students who participate in the program will get joint counseling with both two year and four year schools to ensure that classes completed apply toward a four year degree at public universities in the state patrol, says lower tuition costs at community colleges should also reduce student loan debt for Public News. Service I'm Eric Gladys. This is pianist. Construction crews have begun their to remove the middle fork book sack. Damn near Bellingham restoring. Crucial River for Salmon. More from Eric taken off. The project is decades in the making and has become critical as fish species in the North West Dwindle Stephen. Day is project engineer for the city of Bellingham Public Works Department he says it opens up sixteen miles of spawning habitat for Salmon, steelhead and bull trout, the project itself has been lifted the single most effective fish passage project in the watershed for period over fifteen years. 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Dafna Zemun and she's here to talk about a new documentary film called woman. From CNA Moya Dafna that you have been very active in so many philanthropic ventures. What was it about this that the genesis behind this project? Well festival, thank. He's so much planes citing me on I really appreciate and I just wanted to tell you. My last name is actually pronounced design one. but I wanted I wanted to just explain to you why we felt that this was such an important moment. These film was laid over five years. The filmmakers. Literally was supported by foundations actually lvmh one of the. Investors into them and I found it. Was the MUFFIN cookie thing to do at this moment of time? because. We men I considered a minority, but the exact demon majority. And across the world, women have been suffering. Seriously and very bad. And you know to tell stories about, did we? Men was never as impactful. Queuing for the women themselves. But for many many years, women have been cited. And through signing. You know violence. And so we so cloud! That four thousand women over five years in sixty countries came forward. And they could leave the ended up with two hundred. We many in detail. And chose the women filmmakers. Actually is the bill and Yancheng. Zemin. The greedy survivors and have been able to explain what it means. To be a time. I think you told to take care of your grandfather because your grandfather's going blind in the person of. Your grandfather's sexually abusing. A little odd every day, and you don't know what the lean. And then when you tell people you don't know how to tell and nobody believes you nobody deleting studio, and finally after years of that the police continue, but then you almost murdered when you have taken. By. Mexico and sold, and then when use Cape that with the help of some people you must send, because it's so beautiful and norma was so beautiful. So she was sent to Japan and the model, but in fact it was a top of the Mafia. They took her passport. And they kept semi and sex trafficking. And finally when she was so determined to. Dave Stockton loaded hat and left for dead. But the neighbor found her, and she spent months and months in the hospital, and finally she recovered and stopped the jogging, and then running, and now she's a triumph, elise and she. She wanted the book of Records for the fastest runner she won gold medals any. It's amazing, so we wanted. Story really showed the strength of women and the resilience of women in spite of everything that happened to them, and also we wanted to to also be joyful, so we wanted the women that were able to kind of talk about their lives, and see also positives and huma is divided. You know so. We some is extremely important, because the whole idea behind is to break this violence once in full edge to stop human brutality against women. No it's. It's very well said, and of course it is a very important issue and and I think that's the thing that makes this film fascinating is that if you think about how many people you just mentioned, are in it, you could. There's a chance of losing the intimacy to, but you're able to pull that off even with all the protagonists, so congratulations on. Uh! Thank you, because I think every story is going to be I, mean so many women that have watched them and said to me I feel like I'm in. Be SMOOTHIE. I've never spoken and when you talk to me. Almost every woman has gone through some trauma like that, you know. And it's every woman feels a sense of ownership to film and I'm so grateful to Hilary Swank and Louis Clinton to book them and all the mood all. Celebrity that have gotten behind it to make sure that we break the silence, so they could, we can stop the violence against women and predominantly women of color, and this is a moment of time where we stay black lives matter. But, we've been lives matter to you know, and so it's so important to really see the visit ton in human family towards compassion and care, and towards something that really handsome. and. One family on the planet. No doubt and speaking of family. That's something speaking with Dafna Ximen by the way about the documentary woman. You spent so much of your life, trying to help children and forming. Organizations to help orphans I, mean it's pretty amazing what you've done, but then tipper, Gore brought you on to the women's leadership, forum, and is that when you kind of thought? We need to start talking about women here. Now was actually Hillary Clinton. That really made me aware because God involved with foster children. They started talking about single mothers. Started talking about cultures where we men have children, literally from age twelve, or even earlier on and by a the h twin one day have so many children, and they haven't gotten educated and then able to take care, and then with the drugs and alcohol that infested this country. The children were ending up in foster care, but the smothers. Ending up in isolation and decimated, and so I started recognizing that the fabric of our country is incredibly important because the nested. This trank of this country. Is Women and we need to cherish that and that's why I launched. In the first place. Because we wanted to commit. To the plight, interesting in need of women, because there was no place for women to go, and it's time to me to learn from Hillary as to how what we need to do, and how deep with the one. No doubt about it. We've gotTA run. We've been speaking with Dafna Ximen. It is a scene documentary called woman, and is a very important film with a lot of lot of great plaudits, already definite congratulations on the project and Hopefully we catch up again down the road. I would love. That didn't thank you so much for being a part of it and letting women and men know about a 'cause we really wanted to be. A place that everybody goes to really give support to this incredible unsound kilos that opened up their hearts, and gave voice to stop this silence and stuff if I am in. No doubt very well, said I'm right there that we will take a quick break and we will come back on the other side. At Twenty eight I'd struggled with opiates and Meth addiction for twelve years. I didn't said things that the sober me never would have done. When I realized I was not invincible. Was Not exempt, and that's when a friend told me about. Lee Rehab placement. They gave the tools I needed to get sober and politics was the one phone call. Elite Rehab can help you. 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Wonderful got a new song inspired by. BLM! So, we'll talk to him. But. This is the segment where you can get an open lines. At one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, a play I want to get back to the Scott. Boris thing. Talking about how? Commissioner as the Pancake Commissioner, he'll flip. But Before Charlie called he had the quotes saying the TBS contract was the rectal thermometer. Not Their. Mom Ter-. The rectal thermometer. You GotTa throw that in just to make it more gross and more insulting. He said. Quote the TBS contract was rectal thermometer, because illustrated the truth to all the fans. And that is the content of this game had such value even in the heart of a pandemic that you get a record contract for your rights when I say rectal thermometer I, say it as the truest form of the temperature of the game. Well. You could have just said thermometer, but you said rectal twice rectum. Killed Them. So Boris Delights in. He thrives in provocation. But there is truth in what he says. Because when they get more than a billion dollars. For some postseason rights. And that story. Excuse me. Broke less than twenty four hours. After MLB made that latest proposal another one where they showed very little willingness to negotiate in any genuine sense of the term. I mean it complements the. Credibility or lack thereof of any kind of financial strife in baseball now. And Boris is. Obviously making the point that Manfred went from an ironclad guaranteed as saying in now. So despite these These perceptions of impartiality. To the Games greater good, he is an employee of the owners. We know that. He he's he is tasked with representing their interests. And their interest. Only always. So, what the report that there are six and then maybe eight owners who? Not are okay with no season, but who, openly at least in their circle don't WANNA season? What what is mad. Supposed to say when he hears that. So if he's going to. go off their fits of Pique their self destructive of peak. You. Think as a leader. He might be able to steer them away from that. You know there's a certain point I was saying yesterday. Wouldn't it be interesting if you've just resigned and said I can't control these people and you're making me look bad, and I don't want this on my. You know I'd rather quit and say I'm the Commissioner. That couldn't get his act together. At the very least he could be a leader and say look. You hired me to do something here. You know when they got kennesaw Mountain Landis. As the first commissioner baseball for the white sox scandal, because remember the black socks nineteen nineteen, they were exonerated in courts of law. And Mount Landis through them all out anyway. And then the owners okay. So, here's what you have to do. First of all Atlanta's was like I'm not doing anything you say. If you want me I got autonomy. Otherwise screw you and the owners were so panicked that they're sport was going to die because all. The. The trust and integrity of the game was gone at that point when you had people throwing the world series. And they're like. Okay, but once we hire you. You're going to be a beast I don't know. If I feel like I will. Okay well gone are the days of that type of commissioner and that happen with the palace coup. Everyone Bart Giamatti took over from Peter Ueberroth the father of. Actor Paul Giamatti. Arch Amati who was the? College professor or a bow tie. Loved Baseball, a man of letters and he had a heart attack and died. Very sad the Deputy Commissioner Vincent. Walked with a cane in demand the reason why he walked with a cane. It was because when he was in college. They thought it would be a good prank to lock them out of his dorm room. And so he climbed up on the roof to try to down under the window, and he missed, and he fell off the roof and he messed up his leg for the rest of the life. Good Prank? Actually knew a guy in college. Who now is a millionaire? Because he started a company selling the Scotty. And good for him. But we were both in broadcasting and I remember one time we were working on a video project. and. They locked the room where we have all our equipment. And he goes. I, know the way to do it. And climb out on the roof and I can go in that window. I go the slippery high roof with these Spanish tiles don't do it. He goes now if you, if you start high and you start to slip roll into the window well. I go, you can go ahead and let me and if you want, but I'm not doing it, and so he did that and I. Always think of that. How Fay Vincent? How close he could have been anyway digress. They kicked off events, and and they put the owner of the Milwaukee brewers in ceiling. Now Rob. Manfred does not only team obviously. And Bud ceiling had to give up the brewers by giving it to his daughter. Wendy priebe. Flake. I don't own it anymore. She does okay. Like the DEBARTOLO's. It's not in the family anymore. Don't share the same last name. No, it's York. Okay government patty since good. But ever since then. The days of Kennesaw. Mountain Landis the days of buoy. When I was growing up. Buoy Kyun seem so scary. And Win Charlie Finley decided to trade. Joe, Rudi and Rollie fingers. Red Sox were in town and Oakland, and they walked over. They put on red. SOx uniforms. It took pictures and Buoy Kyun went. What now? No, no, no, no, you're not doing that. Thank goodness. Can you imagine that now? The commissioner been like. Whatever you say. You're the even David Stern. You know it's like Chris Paul's going to the Lakers now. He's not he's not. That's not gonNA happen. Could you imagine rob? Rob Manfred doing anything like that. There's no way. There's no way he is an employee. Now, we heard comments yesterday from Randy Levine the president of the Yankees. WHO's very optimistic? and. The players say tell us when and where. Scott Boris I don't think in the history of his career has ever helped anything. When it comes to Labor peace, he definitely gets his players paid well, except for Stephen drew and Kennedy's Morales when he told him not to take qualifying offers, and they got less. You know getting Manny Ramirez the same offer that was on the table for six months, but beyond that he mostly gets his players played a lot of cash. And so even more crazy than him was Brodie van wagon in remember, we will boycott spring training, and the mets were so impressed. They made him the GM. Wait what? He goes. You're killing baseball. The blood is on your hands. Talk about dramatic. It's just ridiculous. But as I said the you, you would think that even though the days of Landis are over. That you can at least have a commission and say look. I make a lot of money. I'm the Commissioner of Baseball. and. We're going to get this done. Everybody get in here and let's do this. Will you work for us? I know I work for you but I. You gave me a job, are you? GonNa let me do it or not. If you'RE NOT GONNA. Let me do it then. Just fire me right now or just let me resign. If I'm literally every time I raise my arm. It's because the marionette strings lift my arm. If that's everything I do. then. It's not worth the embarrassment. I got enough money. Just, let's let's sit down and let's hash this out. Let's go into a room. And it could be a big old room could be a ballroom. Let's get everybody together. That can actually make these decisions. No I'll take it back to my own or I'll take it back to my board. Let me see if the the stock holders will approve it, none of that crap. Let's get everybody and who can make a decision. And I will keep door dashing Wendy's. I'm not bringing in Chateau. Bring on or couscous Al Dente. blowfish. We are the people blowfish. We are going to just sit here and eat trump food. It's going to be all McDonald's. We're GONNA eat like the president until this thing gets done. And then guess what happens when it's done. We all get money. edit it. And the country's happy and they don't hate us and we get money good money. On Rob Manfred I'm rick. Tidwell come on back. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad News is you're one step closer to becoming your parents soon. You'll have a separate fridge in the basement. Where extra groceries are. Forever remember that frozen lasagna. Of course you don't. It's been down there since two thousand eight. Good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance basic of. Behind the LASAGNA, it's very old, progressive casualty, insurance, company affiliates and other insurers discount available in all states or situations. 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Inspired by black lives, matter John. Ellison Songwriter Musician Jones us now he is the man behind of course, some kind of wonderful, which was a huge huge John Welcome to the show man I really appreciate it and one of the thing I love about. Musicians. Is that you just never stopped? There are always songs being written in your head every day, aren't there? Always I think I'd go to bed with the beat in my head and I wake up with a song in my head so. That's out. Yeah what? What is it the beyond this new this song? Was that something that you've been thinking about for a while or just Kinda? Just pop up like in these these times. We're in right now. Well actually! I wrote this song seventeen years ago. Because things I mean as you know there's been unrest in this country two decades. And I wrote the song seventeen years ago and when? When this happened and because of the things that's happened in my life. It's just. I guess you could say reach the point where. I had to say something so I. I called my producer and the person I work with over Amsterdam. And he was saying how sad it was it. was going on in the and I said Yeah. I said you know I wrote a song seventeen years ago about this and I said because people really don't know. What a person with the color of my skin! Go through and I started. Telling him incidents that have happened in my life and which was the real, the actually the reason I wrote the song seventeen years ago. my. I had a nephew that His neck was broken by the police in Bloomfield West Virginia. He's paralyzed from his neck down. And he died. He was only eighteen years old, and he died when he was twenty two. From complications of breathing. And you know I've had incidents where I was. Attacked by racist white mob in nineteen, sixty nine I was blinded in my left I. Lost my vision for over year. I went into a hospital, the third degree burns and Nineteen seventy-one. Their car exploded a ready to explode in water. ended up. On my back and I have third degree burns and I went to the HUFFINGTON. They wouldn't even allow me in the hospital because of the color of my skin. So I just want the world. Not on the I want this country especially to know the things that As a person of color have experienced because a lot of a lot of white people have no clue as to the daily life of a black person what we go through. And This is not a it's not a protest. Song is an awareness just to make people aware of the lives. That we live how things how we're treated differently. Even today in in. This year at twenty, twenty I mean I could go on and on about. Things that I have. That have happened in my life and it just. Like it's inevitably end in thing. My granddaughter seven years old came home a few months ago. She was crying because the school she goes to Children wouldn't play it because of the color of skin and I think it's pretty sad. And we as a country, we need to side opening is. And really looking at what's going on, we need also. teach our children. That love is what GonNa. Keep this country and this were a movie. We need more love. We need to get rid of the hatred because. Like you and like myself and everyone else. We had no control of what color we were when we came into this world. and color doesn't mean anything, and until people open their eyes and realize. Color is just the color what makes the person? Is this character? their character how you treat people in life. And that's what I'm all about and I I want to spread love, but I won't open people's eyes at the same time one of them the note. This is wrong how we've been looked upon things that have happened in our lives. How how it continues to happen. you see people walking? Talking about black lives matter well. Everybody's life. But way black people have been treated. It needs to be brought to the surface and Pico the recognize. What I? Want this to happen to me what? I WANNA live in this condition. It is time for some Samantha's people need to like I said open is. It's very well said and I think one of the most important things John is that you know a person like myself who's born and raised narrow Oakland California which is very diverse and I always liked to think that you know where we are. You know there's no Jim Crow and we get along, and sometimes I realized that that that's naive that it is everywhere, and sometimes you have to look into your heart and ask yourself. Are you judging everybody the same way and that that's why I think it's important right now that each one of us, even the ones like me, who thank all I'm not racist at all. We all have to take a look now and see what's really in there. Well, you know what I don't I. Don't look at it as People? Everyone, being racist. The way I look at it for example. Until I have I have a lot of sayings than I do like. You never know what it's like. You know to the black until you walk in my shoes, and and a lot of people say Caucasian, they don't realize what black people go through, and I'll give you an example they. It's me. Four years ago, a friend of mine called me and. Very, good for him and I, we're buddies and he works at A. Company that sells products. Food products and he called me and use John. Listen, I got this great idea, he said Why don't you and I get together and we combine? My product with your product. And, because I, have a food, I WANNA food company as well so. He said we can combine the two. He said because this chicken that I'm selling for the company. Keep it online, he said, but if we add some of your product in it, he said it would agree. He said we can call it. Tasty some kind of wonderful. And I said Hey, that's a great idea. So we met, we designed label. And He was really excited about it and he went to the company that he was. Working for told him about this great idea and. And when he presented the idea to the company, he said you know we gotta put not Tesa John a famous songwriter you know he has. His Song is the. World it's been recorded about sixty five artists. Everybody knows the song he said so. We're GONNA tuneup together. You know what they told him. They said. If you. Think that. was going to put a Nigga face on our products. You'll sadness taken. He said if. We suggest you get this idea out of your mind or if you have a job. So. You know that was so you know when he told me that he sa- Johnny shop be down. And he said I am so upset and I said Dan. Don't worry about it I know what? Winning God's plan something better will a along. But. He said I have no I had no idea that people feel like this well, yeah? That's a wakeup. Call the. People this country. The way have put it as messed up. Week you, you have to look at welcome mass shooting for you know what I experience and the same way with when I recorded some kind of wonderful. They refuse to play my song by the because original group. They recorded some kind of wonderful that African American group. Called the soul brothers six. Nineteen sixty seven well, they refused to play. My Song accepted because we were black. And Grand Funk Railroad. When they read! They did a cover version of it. They used to listen to a lot of black music. When they recorded. Seven years later. Is played all over the world simply because they're white group. and. This has been going on. For Gentler decades and decades with black people. And and I tell people all the time. Yeah, people say to me. John You know you've been successful, but I'll say I'll tell him you know what. If. The color of my skin was different. I would be a trillionaire by now. because. There would be there would be no barriers. Right but this is the problem with this country. We're called the United States of America this country. This country has never been united, and that song that I wrote. It says to understand the Black Man's plight. You must first take a look at the Black Man's plight. In one line in it, it says. At some point, you said we were free. And the sweet land of Liberty. But that apply to you and not to me. Miss you're waiting to be set free. This is this is facts and the only way you remember. The movie called trading places. Oh Yeah. Okay well. Another thing for. Everyone to think about your listeners. took. The holes. The suburban homes of white people. And They moved into the ghetto into these stacked up buildings and rooms that are maybe six by six. To live in. And then you'd have to. Black people go out in the suburbs living the beautiful homes. See. How would how agent field then you then people? No, that's trading places. The life that we've been had we've been dealt is not good. And negative. Negatively. I, just have about a minute here. How do you think in your mind? Music can heal and help help heal us. Well I think if we keep us we if people I think good outweighs people. I'm a firm believer to see. People autopsy. Don't see call. and to me even nicer, they're not nice and we continue to show. and I don't mean just black. All people people need to start throwing another towards long another by looking at people. S No color. And giving everyone the same rights. This would be a much better world to live in. I don't know if you remember the The commercial that used to be about the maytag man. He never had a job because. Machine machine never broke down. Well if things are running right in this country. They would never be any chaos. Police wouldn't have a job. You know because everything would be beautiful. That would be something has been a great conversation with John Ellison the songwriter, musician and The song wakeup call black like me. That is going to be released worldwide on all streaming platforms tomorrow. It's got a modern message Scott a funky beat. It's very catchy just like most of John's songs hey. John Thank you for your time. Your insights your message. It's really appreciated and congratulations on the new song, and let's try and catch up down the road. Thank you very much for having me and I'm GonNa call you my brother. Thank you so much. I'm Rick Tuttle will come. Be Sitting. We salute the flag. We die for this country. In the free and equality. We've been treated like the enemy. IS A. Lear the debt destroyer network any YOU HAVE CREDIT CARD TANS student loan debt call now for free information that helps you destroy your. It's great advice, plus when you make this free call now we have debt. Destroyer experts ready to help. They can show you how to destroy a debt and get your life back on track debt. Problems don't have to be overwhelming. You could live stress-free and debt. Free. Credit Cards. Medical Bills Irs. 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How long does it take when you take a group of people who are enslaved for four hundred years and then go? Okay, you're free now. But no one wants to hire on or educated or give them a break. You think one hundred and fifty years later. Everything's going to be even now. I mean the the legacies of that. Are still felt to this day and you'd like to think they wouldn't be. But you know here it is and so that's why you know. We were talking with Dafna Zsigmond. Now is the time to. To Change. We Got June teeth coming up tomorrow. It's about time that holiday got the recognition. It deserves as well all right. We got another hour together. We'll come on back on sports byline. Omri Tiblisi in a second. You're listening to the heartland news feed ready work at live. DOT HEARTLAND USEFULLY DOT COM. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by us. US On facebook, twitter and instagram. Service, daily newscasts for June, Eighteen, twenty, twenty, I'm Mike Clifford students in new. York City are calling for school safety to be taken out of the hands of the police. Department They call it. The school to prison pipeline zero tolerance policies. It involved police in minor incidents, leading to student duress, juvenile detention and incarceration since nineteen, Ninety Eight, the New York Police Department has been training and supervising school safety agents who have the authority to arrest students in public schools. The Kobe Fraser with future of tomorrow and Orbin Youth Collaborative says that has encouraged a law enforcement approach to maintaining school discipline. The teachers their deans in through restorative justice once implemented correctly. The shoe can have time. Time to reflect on whatever the situation may be used a calling for funding to be redirected from deploying school safety agents to promoting approaches that reduce conflict and encourage resolution I'm. Andrea Sears reporting in his controversial new book, former National Security Adviser, John Bolton says the US House it. It's impeachment. Inquiry should have investigated president trump, not just for pressuring Ukraine, but also for variety of other instances where he sought to us. Trade Negotiations criminal investigations to further his political interests. That from the New York Times. They report that bolt described several episodes where the president expressed a willingness to hold criminal investigations to ineffective personal favors to dictators, and he liked both cited cases, evolving major firms China and in Turkey. Colorado's community colleges have launched. A new program is designed to help more students complete a bachelor's degree and also reduces significant racial equality gap in the Colorado education system. Colorado's community colleges have launched a new program designed to help more students complete a bachelor's degree and reduce a significant racial equity gap in Colorado's education system, Doctor Angie Patani, with the Colorado Department of Higher Education says seventy five percent of all jobs in the state require some kind of post, secondary credential or degree, but just fifty eight percent of Colorado adults have completed education beyond high school. She says students of color are at greater risk of being left behind, but for African Americans. It's about forty percent who have a credential for. Next adults again age twenty five to thirty four, the numbers about thirty percent first time students who participate in the program will get joint counseling with both two year and four year schools to ensure that classes completed apply toward a four year degree at public universities in the State Patani says lower tuition cost community colleges should also reduce student loan debt for public new service. I'm Eric Gladys. This is pianist. Construction crews have begun their work to remove the middle fork book sack damn near Bellingham restoring a crucial river for salmon. More from Eric taken off, the project is decades in the making has become critical as fish species in the northwest. Dwindle Stephen Day is project engineer for the city of Bellingham Public Works Department. He says it opens up sixteen miles of spawning habitat for Salmon, steelhead and bull trout, the project itself has been lifted as the single most effective fish passage project in the neck watershed for a period of over fifteen years. Restoring the river is important for the endangered southern resident orcas of puget sound which have declined in numbers at salmon populations have dropped project partners include the sack Indian tribe, Lemme, nation, the organization American rivers, and the state of Washington, the damage scheduled for demolition in July. Small businesses employ half of all US workers, but the number of independent family owned businesses in. Nevada is down nineteen percent compared with January this year mostly because of the shutdowns during covid Nineteen Shangdong newsome with small businesses for America's future, says that's an alarming number, because those mom and pop stores also report, their traffic is down fifty to sixty percent. 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Of the running rebels there. And there were some complaints by the native American Student Association. And you know on the piggybacking everything. That's going on right now. Systemic racism. Just from the death of George Flood with. Black, people but of course native Americans as well, but hey rab. which is a very cartoony assembly Sam Looking Guy The statue has been greeting visitors. Outside of the UNLV Tantalum, Nice Center. For the last thirteen years, but despite the statues name. The school said it was an image to western settlers and had nothing to do. With the confederate states of America. But you all these native American Association called for its removal, saying it represented a dark time and their people's history. have been asking for its removal for years saying that it was overdue. and. Roxanne McCoy who is the Las Vegas Chapter President of the? N. Double ACP, said quote. Even when they tried to spin it and say something else. It is offensive to native Americans. You can try. To like dance around and say it's not confederate when you put rebel. Then you put that image in there, I'm not looking at just some old white man with a big hat, hanging out in Vegas and quote. So the statue will be given back to the donors who funded it. WHO WERE UNLV ALUMNI? And the President of the School Marta Maiava said in recent conversations with the donor. We mutually agreed. It was best to remove that statue. Over the past few months I've had discussions with multiple individuals and stakeholder groups from campus, and the community on how best who university move forward given the recent events throughout our nation. And now UNLV is considering they're going to have to change their name of the rebels. Running rebels remember Iki Woods had talked to him about plan for the rebels. If you're listening chaos, HP Las Vegas Right now I love to hear what you think about this. At one eight, hundred eight seven play. So. Remember UNLV. They started classes. In nineteen fifty seven. But U, N are started in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four. And, this is why you and are kind of got pushed out of shape, because UNLV got way more famous, and they're like we shouldn't have to call ourselves. UN Are Worthy University Nevada's like cal cal is California, and then everybody else has to say cal. La like UCLA whatever. And so. that. You NFL that unlv massacre. was called beauregard for a long time, and it used to be a wolf who wore the stars and bars back in the day. And so the university did admit that they used a confederate team mascot, which was unfortunate. But since the eighties, they've gone with the floppy hat. Hey, RUB! That was supposed to move the school away from any. Confederate imagery and just pay homage to or mosh to Western settlers. So the State Senators Pat Spearman from Las Vegas. She believes that hey. Rab was never supposed to be a confederate symbol, but still supports the. The taking it down all right. Let's go to Chris, who is in Oakland go ahead, Chris, what's up, man? Hey Rick thanks. Good morning, man, thanks for taking my call just really interesting topic that you just touched on. I was actually wanted to call you. Kinda, weigh in yesterday Day You local radio here in San Francisco discussed the possibility of forty niners San Ford and has the name you know. The guy you know, hey, Whoa, point nine is predominantly white. Men came out to California in eighteen, fifty, eighteen, forty, nine, hundred fifty stolen land, basically right James K polk started the war with Mexico basically. We basically took half of. You know Mexico net war, but for united maybe an issue. You know I've always liked as lifelong sports fan. I've always liked how sports teams kind of reflect their local geography right so the Pittsburgh steelers St was big day, right? The Pistons, right the outgoing trait for united, always sounded like a good California name, but that's something to think about I. Mean if you look at. I mean I know. You have a lot of issues with the Washington Redskins, and then you're talking about the running rebels and I. Know Ole Miss Yesterday I. Think is saying they're probably gonNA change their name. But you look at some other stories. team names like the Texas Rangers. Project and Tex Rangers and you know now there are police force, but you know if you were native, American or Mexican American probably say differently I mean what those guys did. The after the civil war was was nuts You know but again looking through our lens of twenty twenty. It's easy to say change this change that, but you know I just kind of issue which take you? One other thing I wanted to. I'd like to ask you. The forty niners thing I. thought was completely. Just about the gold, rush but are they like saying well, you know. coolies built the railroad and the mission system was going on during the same time, because I never once associated forty niners, and the Goldrush which was every heritage on the face of the Earth Russian the Sierra shirt with any with anything overtly racist. What were the reasons behind it? matere right? You know that local media legend. Work in the same building and I've I've met him I. Besides you wreck, he's my. He's my idol. Right I mean five. When I on retail, but it wasn't. Until matere, so he's the guy that brought it up actually and again. That's what I. Always Thought and I taught you know eighth. Grade History in Oakland for ten years before being a lawyer, and so to have that even be a question that the foreigners. Yes, I mean. It looks you know you see the the I. Forget the Guy's the mascots. Amy Looks Very. You know wholesome, whatever or host, not the right word, but you know I mean he looks just like a hey, a cowboy guy, and hey, you know this is the forty niners, and this, and that and I think what what Phil was saying was that it was more than just okay on the surface. Yeah, it's the guys. Guys can't go. You're right came from all over the world you know from you know. But I think the era and what it represents I think is what he was talking about. And again if we're in, you know. Austin Texas are are not Austin, but he's sitting or maybe another more conservative state. That's not even a question, but the fact that San Francisco and Santa Clara That's why I think he was even raising the issue so I. You know they're not I don't believe they're gonNA. Change important just like I. Don't think they're going to change the redskins name, but you know there's a lot of smarter people than me. I just thought it was interesting that if you look at. Some of these team names I mean I. You know it's so then I would say that every team now is going to. It's going to be some kind of an animal me right because that's who's WHO's out offensive to, but you know Texas Rangers I it kind of kicked and if you look at historically, there is some stuff that you could probably come after and. Obvious anything with rebel name, I'll leave you this. I spent a summer at four AP Hill in Virginia with the boy scouts used to have their national convention out there, and that's you know. All these southern names are coming up now and I even Fort Bragg out here in Marin Mendocino counties looking at it, too, so just each thing stuff for them to kind of kick in and how sports kinda relates all this stuff, so it's two cents in. Thanks for the call Chris. I appreciate it. That's Chris out there in Oakland. The lines to call one eight, hundred, eight seven eight play. I. Mean You look there are some things that are quite literal George. Washington the father of our country one of the. Huge huge reasons why we actually defeated the British. Had Slaves. I mean so. Where does that leave the imagery with him? Fort Bragg when it was named in Mendocino County. Brag was US army officer that was in the tradition that you would do that, so we had for Churchill Nevada. We had four Washington during the. Revolutionary War in Manhattan but. For. Our General Bragg was the worst general on the entire Southern Army. They made fun of them. All he did was lose and surrender. That's all he did was lose and run away, but he went to West Point so they can manage general. But interesting times around Chris thanks for the call and we'll take a quick break. We'll come on back and we'll speak to film director. See on the other side. Option. B.. C.. Just chain. I come home at. Airlines have just reduce their prices even more. Brooke Thirty Days in advance and save big. Want the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call the low cost. 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I can definitely see it because social media is quite frightening in and of itself, isn't it? Yes. Yes, it is! Thank you so much. On on the show and the. Point towards social media or They have to do with you know. The name of the movie is followed so immediately. You shouldn't vote the fact that you know it's all. It's all about social media, and I think the comes up top nowadays everything it's you know. Social media is around us like literally everything you know I, it's it's such an important part of our life. No generation, so I thought you know having a horror film dedicated to that I should work so because we. Yeah and we should let people know that is going to be available. Tomorrow in drive in theaters and I'm old enough to remember going to drive ins. I never liked the experience myself, but I hear. Drive in theaters are much much better now and went in a pandemic. You gotta get creative right. Right right I mean so the first thing. I! You know the way the West has made A. Followed horror movie again followed Horror Movie Dot. com and you go to the website I gotta do. Is it going news chippy, but to tell you in terms of what the nearest asteroid? But, personally speaking, this will be my first ever driving experience I never honestly never like. Four 'cause I always like the big screen, and you know the nine point one surround sound and whatnot but know the more I read about it. The more you know I, heard my experience from other filmmakers, and especially taught click or writer. Who's I think it's what he has an essay out his love letter to. Be Posted sometime this weekend, on the database as well, but I think it's going to be. It's after I read that essay in here about their colleagues and so Microsoft actually have experience. I'm really excited and I think. That you know I. It's very first person view style and being in the car, just watching it, and just being really isolated in a sense I think it may have worked tremendously well so I. Myself have personally very excited just to see a film drive similar to see it so majority. Now I did get to see the advanced screener and the way you shoot the film speaking of Clicks I mean it's following someone in clicking on some links and to certain guy drop the MIC and by the way a couple of hours ago, we just had the actor Matthew Solomon on the show. We were talking about his role, playing a very annoying, creepy guy that had very well, but was that a challenge for you as a director to make it look like someone was navigating the web and then do the movie simultaneously. yes, so you know when I, so the concept of movie originally how I came up with it is that we know that we needed to do found footage style because you know it's a flock, so we wanted to pay much. Of, Course for budgetary reason as well but so part of the things that I WANNA do. Is You know the whole screen life you know if you heard of the no screen languages, I think unfunded It, but then the movie the den which was I, think is a ten years ago. That move is very much similar. Which is Al- always screen watching it the computer so I I like the concept right and particularly one of the things though that I didn't like too much. Was that screen live? Yeah, you're looking at the screen, but I don't see cinematic on that so I was trying to see in terms. If there's a way that I can combine the two extreme concept with an actual found footage, the way, the paranormal it was and moving in the sense that audience Shifa gathered watching a found footage, but rather they should be immersed. You know the whole. World the recreate it so yeah, so it was a challenge, but I guess you know We did it, we. As a team, we actually had really talented a people working with US especially mad editor. Producer editor and taught writers. We will be able to navigate and create. A blend between the screen. Live sound for that's and of course nick cinematic It was a challenge welcome. Speaking with Antoine Lay director of followed and I was almost had the blink house saw cameo by. John Savage who has played in so many he's got over one hundred credits. He's been in some of the classic movies. Some great Oliver Stone movies. That was a real coup to get a seasoned actor like that into this film gave it a lot more credibility, didn't it? Yes absolutely mean John. You know I did hunter. That's how that's how I knew I remember when they wanted to casting pas met with. To start stuck as well. As the. Guy That used to work with CISCO COPPOLA, you know. Can you know my first movie? You know working with them, so it was a little bit imitating as I say intimidating But it was. It was fun, and you know learn lots from them as well and I think that there was one of the things that he pulled him side when i read the script and. This is the film about your generation, isn't it? I was like yes, it is I thought it was. Of. Good experience. Very. Cool, you know I've talked to directors in the past and you know we're all product of our environment and our influences and things, and then we do things on our own. We figure out what we WANNA do so as far as the way you shot this and knowing that it had to be shot like a found footage. Thing meant that you can't get too crazy with it, but do you look at some of the people that you mentioned? Coppola Scorsese and Kubrick you kind of look at these guys Polanski, and you think I want a little of this and a little of that. Absolutely. I mean I. It's my myself. I am not a horror at director so to speak. It says that you know one of the first films that I really wanted to do I. Think it's one of my next project as well. It's a film about a true story about a Holocaust survivor, which is beautiful right so I'm I consider myself more of a a dramatic director action director rather or but I always love for So so so so you know when we filmed does as I'm inspired by a lot of the great. Though makers August, we pay too much to signing qb Rick but you know same other than token is that I'm a huge fan of contemporary filmmakers. Christopher Nolan is a walking legend. So yes, I do take my installation from pretty much everyone. You know all the grades at the see in terms of me kit as a audience as a movie co, what would I like to see on screen and I think a mash up with a lot of you know. The great directors would make a pretty good movie, So yes I'm I'm inspire much all upgrades. And try to see if I could do that. With the within the you've found footage confined, which was a little challenging. Hope, we at least in. that. Last question for you. What about feedback from the actors because they might say I? Don't think my character would say this now. Maybe that's more for the writer, but. I You shouldn't push in here or I should be staged left, or you're sitting on this shot too long. Do you take their feedback and say thanks I'll do my own away or are you pretty? Loose. How does it go with that? Yeah, actually loses. Basically you know it's a so basically. The first thing I is as I started my head I would know in terms of. Here's the tone of the movie. Here's how the scene it's been built up. What comes after and welcome before so I just as long as actually have grasp that I basically let the. The actors, but there's their playground night, so we're trying to see in terms of what works and also had to actually also very much being helpful as well because on the same token, so I don't want to just one angle multiple angles, and that's why the all have different cameras, and of course the reason why is because I wanted to see between these angles that. The actors actually helped greatly standpoint. Hey, you know I think what I'm talking to this person I should be holding the camera like this. You know so basically we tell them how I I see the things. And they would also have their own input upset. Okay, we can do this. Maybe we can send here that we can send there I know there's a couple of times where the pieces of dialogue that you know one of the characters with a certain line, so the other characters, but no actually I think that's something I would say that you know you, so yes, I do I'm very lose when it comes out to. My actors want to make sure that they can live from environment his best job that they can't because they are artists and their as well number stuck that. No doubt about it and go-to followed horror movie Dot Com for more information. It's in drive in theaters tomorrow, even speaking with the Director Antoine Lay and It's a It's a very interesting deal. A lot of thrills and spills antoine congratulations on it and. Are already talking about directing followed to. yeah, we, we you know. There are talks about that about making it into a franchise with multiple sequels. Yeah, I it. It is possible I. Definitely going to be behind behind the franchise, not sure about expecting a possibility. As possible but I do have few projects working on wall, but yeah followed. The Universe is. Probably University of my Baker so to speak so yeah, I'll make sure shepherded through. All right stuff for mental online everybody, check it out followed. Drive ins tomorrow. We'll take a break and we'll come on back on sports. and. Right now at a reilly auto parts get up to a fifteen dollar gift card after mail-in rebate when you purchase selects superstar batteries with high cranking power and reserve capacity superstar batteries provide all the power. Your vehicle demands more turn key with confidence. 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We didn't get a lot of old trapper. We had one brand beef jerky. It was flat. It was hard. It was dry, but we still loved it. So this is why we need people to take beef Jerky to the next level and Robert. That's something you do your varietals. You guys are are just. Thinking outside the box always, aren't you? Yeah. I think so rick thanks for having me on the side and stuff. I think most people I think old trapper. They think about the see through bag. Right like nothing's hiding in there. Yeah, you know. We really were one of the ones that pioneer you mentioned the sixties. The company was started in nineteen, sixty, nine and little. The family owned up the road side. You know quickie stop. On the way to the working coast, and then it just it through from there but yeah, the clear bags and the bigger bags. One of the things that we just did. Was it a lot in? Make it so easy to see and then people know what they're buying. It's the total opposite of the flat hard stuff you were just talking about the we all grew up with. We were young, too. I remember my dad telling me that beef jerky was just the stuff that fell on the floor on the butcher shop, and that's no longer the case. These are a prime cuts now, right? Oh Yeah. Yeah, we make sure the sources so that there's very little fact. Trim and you know. Nobody wants that in their beef Jerky, but yeah, it's It's good stuff that you know. People expect good stuff especially when you're dealing with a whole piece of meat like that, so yeah, do it the right way with the old fashioned way, and that's how we do it. And I think one of the more surprising things about beef Jerky is because you know, you can get it at convenience stores, people just assume that it's junk food, but if you think about the high protein low fat, it's actually not bad at all. No, you know what I mean Tom Town. It's it it really is i. mean there's just there's not a lot too especially ours. There's not a lot of ingredients in it. shelf stable and it. It does. It provides a lot of lot of protein low fat. very low carbs for what it is so. that. That's we. We always joke around, and there's nothing like real branched chain amino acid protein. Know when we're talking to athletes. Yeah, this is all Kito friendly to for people who are obsessed with that right. Oh totally. Yeah, well. Especially, we just put out. You know zero. Sugar products are all the rage right now especially for Tino. And we just put that out like literally showing up in store shelves all over the country. You know only within the last couple of weeks, so It's just. Everybody told us about something they wanted to see was zero. It's already low, but but going zeroes what they wanted so that's what we're giving them. I've always had a Paul Shaw myself for the beef. Stick and I'm glad to see that this year. Reintroducing the beef sticks and you're thrown in Teriyaki. You're throwing in Jalapeno, you're. You're really going forward, aren't you? Yeah, well. We've always done them they benefit. We've been one of the top in convenience stores nationwide for a real long time in grocery stores have been picking up on the on the sticks. Outdoor stores you name it. The the big ones and the local ones love those sticks and so we what we've done is we put him again? We took our bags. We reshape them for the sticks and told more sticks in it So you get a lot and yeah, we heard enough people tell us they liked the PATERAKI and Jalapeno. Um, in addition to the regular ones, and so that's what we did. We gave them to give it to them in bulk. I think one of the more interesting things about your. Company as well is that you know I? Remember hearing one time that chucky cheese had a back story, and you can literally hear about how chucky cheese grew up, and what led him to find the other members of his band. Would you do that, too? With the old trapper? You got some like mythological stuff and his back story, right? Oh yeah, yeah, well, it's funny. We take him We take him with us to places because people want to see him and I told you. Women want to get their pictures taken with them and men alike. They WANNA, compare a hunting and fishing stories and. And Whatnot so Yeah, he's. He's the old trapper. He's He's the chairman of the board and We rarely see him because he's always out doing his thing and the Great Pacific Northwest Wilderness But We don't know how is honestly. So. How is it that a little place in Forest Grove Oregon can go from. You know a kitchen making this stuff to an eighty thousand square foot manufacturing facility, because obviously the product is good, but I just think about distribution and advertisements and shipment, and just getting the word out before there was you know an Internet. It's just A. It's pretty amazing story. Yeah well like a lot of things how to eat a whole bag jerky while one piece at a time I suppose we've had fifty one years to get it done you know it's still family owned by the same family. Still involve today You know and we. We just. You know when once and so the that original place. burnt down one year, and and had to rebuild everything from scratch, and so that forced. Forced the family at that time to move in and do more of a commercial operation to start one more store started. You know 'cause back in the seventies and eighties beef Jerky wasn't what it is today. and. You know a fire at the store forced the family to re and they're not in the grocery business anymore now they're only doing beef jerky. Because enough stores want it and so now they have this small facility. Then, eventually, they moved the force growth for all kinds of reasons, which is a little further into the. Farming Section of Atlanta Valley in Oregon. And it just they just Roy over over time doing things modestly they don't they. The number one rule is. Do it right. Don't step L. dollars to pick up. And just. Stick with the old. you know no pun intended the old fashioned ideals, the flavor of the goddess. They're the right cuts of meat. Still Smoking it with real would every single day. Only now we do it. In such state of the art controlled environments that we care about quality food safety, everything we can possibly do to make sure that people are getting the absolute best. We can possibly promised without ever sacrificing the original ideals. That God is there and you original recipes? That got us there. And then final question I know you guys. Are In cahoots with the the local MLS team the the Portland. Except when I think about their mascot timber, Joey. He doesn't even come close to the old trapper, does he? You've got his own kind of law. And of course he's hyper localized here, but really the story goes as far as I know and have anything to do with it I promise you. He You know. They just been friends forever. Nobody knows how old any of them are weren't even came from they just sort of like emerged from the woods in the North West one day I don't know. Something like that, and but it works. You know they're good friends and rivals. There's lots of videos about it and the Portland Timbers. Just fantastic partners does so it's been. Really engaged local fan dates insane fan base, and so we just wanted to be a part of that in our local community. Because you know, we're involved in college sports, especially football all over the country on Saturdays and Sundays, but you know we wanted to make sure that we stay true to our roots here at home like we always do no matter how we grow we to stay true to the to the roots to wherever from workout if you're so, that's that's what it boy I. really sound like a plug right now, Donna. This is. Robert Larry from old trapper beef jerky. Check out all the new stuff as well Robert. Thanks for your time and We'll we'll. We'll catch up with the later. Yeah thanks for having us. All right good stuff all right as I was mentioning before there is a little bit of controversy also at Texas am when it comes to changing names and such things. And the Texas am quarterback very exciting player. You might know him Kellyn Monde, and he has a campaign to see the statue of a former university president removed from campus. That statue of Lawrence Sullivan Ross. He was president of Texas. Am from ninety one eighteen, ninety eight. And at the end of World War One. The statue was put up and. It's just known as sully. To Honors His contributions. To the university. And? Monde has said that it should be removed from the center of the campus, and he put out a lengthy statement entitled Let's. Not Forget sully. Recalling all of Ross's past the good and the bad he says does Monde quote. This is like saying someone who murders half a family, but gives the other half of the family. Millions of dollars and resources to be successful for the rest of their lives should be forgiven by the family based on your ideology, people who forgive the murderer because he made up for terrific actions by giving half of the family, an opportunity to succeed based on your. Body, not only you. Should you forgive the murderer, but you should also glorify. The murder. And he was known. When he was general Ross in Texas as the Negro killer. And he made a descent upon two brigades of Black Yankees at Snyder's above bluff in the civil war captured and executed him. and. He is very much on someone who's a racist murder of black prisoners of war. And so after Ross after the civil war. He went on to not only be president of Texas am. You went on to be the governor of Texas. And the university leaders there now like the Chancellor John Sharp. said that the people have publicly supported the statue to Ross's legacy and that will continue. That was the chancellor, but now the President Michael K young has released a lengthy statement detailing. Steps to address racism in the campus community although the statue was not mentioned. So said the values of Texas, A and M University do not align with racism, violence, slavery, and segregation, but Jimbo. Fisher's most prominent saying. We'll always stick with me that your actions speak so loud. I can't hear what you're saying the Lawrence Sullivan Ross. Statute needs to be removed. Texas A and M. University I need to see action. and. We saw what happened with the Hubbard at Oklahoma state. You got his coach. Mike Gundy to say I'm sorry for wearing a shirt that had a conservative news outlet on it. So Cowan Mon. is the quarterback right now? And you agree or disagree, you can I think we can? All agree is very brave to do this. And if it's true that this guy was a murderer of POW's, I don't care what he did. I agree with calame on that. He should not be lauded. We'll come on back on sports bar. Do you owe ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans, then you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of Education, these programs can reduce your interest lower your payments and possibly qualify you for loan forgiveness. If you have ten thousand dollars or more, and at least two federal student loans, and currently not in school, you may qualify for one of these programs. 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Were building up too early July where we've got quite the head to head battle. Aws going to run their fighter fest over two days on TNT, and x t is going head to head with what will be. They claim a title unification, Bout? The. I guess the main title. The heavyweight Title INEX- title whatever they call it and the North American title, so we can talk about that in both shows here it today. Also this in the wake of any wrestler David Starr Being Accused of sexual assault, several independent wrestling companies have stripped him of their titles or announced intentions to not work with him again on Thursday Ireland's. tweeted. Their championship is now vacant. Greve pro tweeted their South side. Title is vacant and TNT extreme wrestling tweeted. They've also stripped star real name. 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If there's anything more that comes from this I think the promotions themselves have pretty much. Kinda explained everybody else series. The situation is obviously the allegations made against him his. His note the the idea of taking shot screen shots of your notes and putting it up there if you're considering doing that, that's probably a good sign that you're taking and L. and to not do it and he did it and. There's nothing David Star does that doesn't come across as. Somewhat self-righteous and Dushi, but that doesn't mean he's always been in the wrong. As far as trying to I think unite rustler's the idea of a a union or some sort of collective I think is a good idea for wrestlers I mean it's like taking. Rally. Club does basically on a yearly basis and just kind of. Throw a pot. You know that might be a good idea, but the problem is the man behind it obviously is. scarred with a a lot of allegations and a lot of people who aren't very happy with them and seems like those allegations. seems to be some to them. Because of the way that these promotions are acting towards him and the way he basically said it himself well. If this is the me wrestling and Certainly sounds like it may be, but again it is wrestling and it right now. It's a lot of allegations and nothing in law so I don't know how much more we can really talk about it from their. Koevermans not at Wednesday's raw taping, opting to sit out, do to a recent positive cove in nineteen test by another wrestler I believe his wife's. What of her grandparents, I believe somebody in the family. Passed away recently as a result of covid nineteen, and so when the word got out that there was a positive test Kevin Ellen's just home. It didn't go back to work and of course W.. E. Has claimed that no issue with anybody who doesn't want to come to work which I mean. I think that depends on a lot of different factors I think for some people they do have no issue with them staying home, but for others you know they. They apparently do have an issue. I mean semi. Zane stayed home, and they stripped of the intercontinental title Jordan. Devlin stayed home it although I guess they're. They're no longer acknowledging him. As the cruiserweight champion, he is acknowledging himself as a cruiserweight champion and I. Believe this is part of the story line for him to return and be the Kruse way champion, and that will play into into a storyline, but one way the other. The WBZ's had to juggle some previous tapings as noted the smackdown taping. Schedule for yesterday did not take place. They already have smackdown for this Friday taped. So that's not an issue. What they're going to do is they're gonNA fly everybody back next week. I don't know which day kind of important and they will tape. Smack down on the twenty six now the key all of this question I. Don't know the answer to yet. So. They were doing nothing but four head scans and somebody ended up testing positive. They'd been at the performance center so W. we cancel everything on Tuesday and they sent everybody for full-scale Corona virus testing, so the question is now well. Next week I mean everything's taped. Everything is taped for the next. smackdown Friday raw Monday at Cetera et, Cetera. Et CETERA. But. Everyone has to come back for a smackdown taping next Friday, so the question is. Are we just going back to hey, show up. We'll scan your forehead and we're gonNA. Throw you on the show or are they gonNA test everybody before every set of tapings if they do. Everybody's got to be there early. These smackdown performers that ended up going home. You know they were there on Monday to tape smackdown for this Friday. Then they stuck around Tuesday. They got test. They stuck around. Wednesday and then Wednesday that we're told. Go home. Actually knock introduce smackdown, and we'll have you come back on the twenty six, so the question is. ARE THEY GONNA test everybody on the twenty sixth, or are they just going to say welp? Back to. Back to the way we were doing it until somebody gets sick again and then we'll go from there. I don't know the answer and we will find out next week. I don't know either, but the note, the cynical side of me is thinking. It's probably going to be more of the ladder and a whole lot of. Don't ask. Don't tell sort of thing. Are you feeling okay? Yes, okay, good you know. Cut Him off before the say anything in with a low forehead. Scan it moving, but who knows you know again? I don't want to talk about them like they're going to be reckless about this or anything like that. You know heaven. Forbid I would do that, so you never know. We'll have to see how it all turns out. So last night. We, add all of the build for fighter fest well as Wbz Show, they are doing head to head with. I guess the first night fighter fest, and they may build up matches for the second week as well. Fighter Fest is taking place over two days, July first and July eighth. That's going to air on TNT. It's not GonNa be the live or pay per view or anything like that. You'RE GONNA get it for for free on television, and thus far over the two nights. We got Jon Moxley Brian, cage, for the AWA title. Kenya Megan. Versus the best friends for the AWA tag team titles cody versus Jake Hager for the TNT title hit Kurshid Penelope. Ford for the Women's title and Chris Jericho vows to beat orange. Cassidy to a pulp. And going head to head. Annex T is already building up. They've got a three way match with Keith. Lead Johnny Gargano and Beller for the an extreme North American title. The winner of that match is facing Adam Cole for the title in a champion versus champion winner takes all match. So, it's not like. The winner is going for Adam Cole's title. The winner of that match allegedly is going to be a double champion. Now I don't know what they're going to do I mean. Maybe they are actually going to crown a double champion. It makes no sense to crown a double champion. I have no idea why they would do that. So I guess we'll see might my gut tells me they're gonNA. Do some sort of screw job finish. Maybe carrying cross runs down and destroys both guys. You know something of that nature I. I'm skeptical that we're going to see a double champion, but I guess it's possible I mean the next t show was. Definitely different it was definitely different Dave thinks that Vince McMahon has more of a hand in it. I don't know if that's the case. He may be right. We had a vomiting angle. We have this this hotshot angle here to unify titles I mean it's. It's definitely weird, and I guess we're going to have to find out what happens when they go head to head with fighter fest. I. Guess from a story line point of view. What is Adam? Cole have to prove you always talks about the length of time that he's held onto that title, and if you are a big supporter of Keithly, what would be a better way to Kinda? Ascend and make sure the keithly Lee is clearly the number one guy on next have them hold both belts ultimate warrior style? We've at the ascension keithly, but you know what you mentioned could absolutely happen as well to carry on cross running in there or something happening where we don't get a finish, but I don't think you want to do something like that when you're hoping something like this if you're deciding to go in this direction. Especially in this day and age, where you're not leading into a pay per view or a major takeover in front of fans or anything like that I. Don't think you want to why do that in have that non-finish to lead to what the next TV show! Then you really. What's the point you know? It's like stipulations, and what's the point of ever doing? Doing again when you know the odds are, it's just going to be a double disqualification or some sort of you know, screw finish or something like that so if you're going to do this, have one winner whether P. Cole, unifying, both in leads to keithly getting screwed over somehow or Keith big essentially by winning. Both of them I would do it that way. I got a text message year. I wanted to clarify something from yesterday. This person says Brian you mentioned Debbie has told her staff no photos or video of the test and a result will mvp be punished for posting his test results. That's actually not what I said. What I said was they didn't want any photos of things going on outside the building, and that's all I was told and I was also told by people that were involved in the testing. I cannot say the words that they said I'll just say cluster, but I was told that the Tuesday. Corona virus testing by me was disorganized cluster and I think they didn't want pictures of that out. I mean obviously some people have posted their results. I guess MVP did I. Only know about. Mojo. Mojo Bronx Buddy, but we'll talk more about this and everything else after the break standby observer live. Airlines have just reduced their prices even more book thirty days in advance and save big. Want the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call the low cost. Airlines travel hotline right now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. The only way to access our low rates and save up to seventy percent is to call. Save hundreds on your vacation tickets by calling right now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline. Tickets go flight today to London Paris Madrid or anywhere else you want to go and Pale lot less guaranteed. 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If you need these numbers again, if you are listening on a podcast anything, Hey, I want to listen live tomorrow or I want to watch it. Live on twitch TV slash slasher for w video well, all of the numbers, all of the links everything. It's up on the front page of wrestling observer DOT COM scroll down the right hand, side and boom. There you go. All Right? Let's see what people are talking about here. This person year says. I loved Oh. You know what I like to. This person said this because I even mentioned this last night. Because I love the dark results ticker on the bottom of dynamite adds to their sports presentation, yes. I'M NOT GONNA say. That this is because of the Brian Vinnie show because it probably wasn't but. I mean Vinnie on multiple occasions. has questioned like. How in the world is such such a team or such and such a person getting a title shot? I never see them win. And you have to bring up to him well. You know the the natural nightmares I mean they've I. think that's her name. Cutie Marschall and And Dustin Rhodes. They've won many times on dark and. Penelope Four. I had a big rant the other day like dude. We never see Penelope Ford Win and she's getting a title shot like she should have won cleaner than hitting a belt shop because like we need to know that she actually has a chance to win because winning with a fluke belt shot. Anyway the the point of all of this is Penelope Ford has won a lot of matches. They've been on dark. Now if you're not gonNA show matches on dark. Listen. You got two hours and I guess you could do like a thirty second one minute video package, or whatever, but if you're not gonna do that, just show me the crawler on the bottom of the screen. They showed it in the show, and they showed it later in the show, and all it was was who beat who? And great great, it doesn't take anything away from the action in the ring. They do it a couple times per show. In case you missed something and there you go. I thought it was great. Absolutely it's just one of those little aesthetic touches. It's really important number one because some of those results are actually GonNa matter you know for what's taking place on the show, and just also because you know with the sports presentation, you know, say about that what you will when it comes to eighty W, but to try to do something a little bit different. Why not do that? We're all used to that in sports right now that. That the scrolling ticker of either ads, scores or whatever it's going to be so I think it's a great idea annexed. He's always done it with. You Know Live program where they're coming alive and I think they do it with their programming. Now as well to you know not results from other places, but at least you know news industry, WW, W. Dot Com and all that sort of stuff, so I'm actually all for this absolutely. This person says I've been saying Vince is involved in annex. T for weeks now. Everything from the booking promos to the match. Quality has fingerprints all over it pretty soon annexed. T is just going to be another raw or smackdown, and have nothing unique cool about it well one thing he got A. There's a few things here first off I don't know fences involved. I don't know okay. I mean obviously the vomiting angle that's straight out of. Of the Vince McMahon playbook, but maybe was just. They've got this idea for the character and hundreds of thought. Hey, we never do stuff like this I. Don't know okay. I'll try to find out what I can find out but I. don't know how many people would even know anyway. I mean there's a lot of people in the dark about a lot of things all over me, but I will see what I can find out now. With all that said. The idea that x t is not to be unique and different okay. The idea for an x, T is. I mean they want number one. They wanted to beat a w on Wednesday nights and ideally liked to have it. Be doing two million viewers. Okay right now it's it's virtually never beating a W and. It's doing you know six seven hundred thousand viewers on. On Wednesday night, so you know Vince is not going to sit here and just go you know as long as it's unique and different I mean I. don't care if if it does poorly dude this guy's GonNa. Want to turn this thing around now is the answer of vomiting angles and everything that you see on the main roster like I don't think so. I mean I. It's not like I, I mean. The these these main Rosser shows are not doing great, and they've been sinking sinking sinking, and yes, the the show Monday did better, but I mean. We'll see what it does in a week. We'll see what it does in in two weeks. I mean nobody really nobody right now. Nobody knows what to do for another. Monday night war another another era where you've got like ten million people watching. Nobody knows the answer to that right now, and there may not be an answer to that I mean these the answer is to make star, but no one's really been able to do one. Do it to that degree so. All I know is if he thinks that he has a way. To boost this thing. Eighty thinks that we've given triple h plenty of time. And there's been no turnaround. He may go in there and make a bunch changes, but it's it's a business events. It's about it's about money numbers. That's it. I mean our our enjoyment is something else entirely I think that's been clear for forever. I greatly enjoyed applebaum last night. That is probably going to be controversial from what I'm seeing. Pop Up here in the twitter chat with all the homeys and home. That's some people really loved. Are Some people really hated? Are Some people are really in their feelings bag about it because they they've. She's actually scared them I. Think a little bit so I don't know. Now as far as I'm concerned, she's my favorite pro wrestler. As it stands right now, that is a a great stick, and I know. I S in ways people will assume young's doing. It seems great at her act to and obviously it's a little bit different, but with the makeup and using the deal of Mauritania of whatever of Thunder Rosa, I think is a great look as well too, and I think you know the women as far as characters go. are coming up with some really good ones and I haven't seen a whole lot of on other than her other appearances in aws. She's obviously very early into her career, so I'm not expecting magical matches out of her or anything like that, but as far as all a package goes for pro wrestling boy, she certainly stood out. I thought it was great. PERSON SAYS I can't listen live today. I may be off topic brightness been having a go at w. e. lately for their covid nineteen tests, which is just taking everyone's temperature on a recent blog from Sami Guevarra he's shown arriving at the arena, and it was the same thing for head scared, and are you feeling? Okay, not sure if there's any follow up tests done. They aren't showing on camera, but on the surface it seems as if Awa not be giving legit tests out either well, there are legit test being given when you arrive, you take a full blown corona virus tests, and on top of that they may be screening for heads as well this. Is Not a mystery that none of these tests none of them are one hundred percent accurate. There are false positives. There are false negatives. There's the issue that you can take a test and get a negative result, but still have corona virus and be passing it onto others. You can fail the test, but not actually have coronavirus. None of these are one hundred percent. Okay, so as I've mentioned for like months now. You have two. If you want to run sporting events, right? Option number one is don't, They just figure like there's there's no accurate test. Just no sporting events nothing until we have a vaccine and everybody that wants to participate has been vaccinated. This could be. This could be a year from now. This may be never I mean. There's no vaccine for the common cold, which is also a corona virus, so maybe maybe there is no ability to create a vaccine for for this corona virus covid nineteen, so or your other option is well. The testing isn't perfect, but if we're going to do this, all we can do is the absolute best we can. And the best, we can is to do your full-scale coronavirus testing. Do your forehead scans? Do Your verbal questionnaire? Do all of it? That's the best you can do. Now what is not the best you can do is not do an actual corona virus test, and instead just scan everybody's forehead and ask them if they're feeling okay, that's not doing the best you can. All of these other sporting events whether it's it's UFC. W or major league, baseball or everybody else? That's getting ready to run or is running. They're all doing a multitude of different things. They're all doing everything that they can. To to do their best W is like the one organization that has been running nonstop and they're not doing their best. They're just scanning everyone's forehead now maybe. After the mask rotavirus testing on Tuesday, maybe would. Everybody flies back for smackdown. They're going. SCAN everybody's forehead and see I'm sorry they're going. They're going to do the full scale testing and they'll test everybody before every event. That would be better doing that and forehead testing. Then they would be doing the best they can right. Actually, it's not the best they can. Because there could be a bio dome, but I don't see that happening anytime soon. Maybe that'll happen. But I don't know and nobody knows until next Wednesday Thursday Friday then we'll know. Do you think the dead in zombies. ca-catch cove. It also pass it around. I don't know. But I as you know that people can, and there's a lot of people in wrestling, and so those people should be getting the best tests available. You know who a person wrestling is Brian, avalon and I tried to ask you about her. What did you think about Avalon? Wasn't much to think. She came, and she just totally destroyed and j like. Fifteen seconds, but. Absolutely a very very unique character. Glad they sight back in a moment of is a reliable. Do you owe ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans, you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of Education. 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Bylined Broadcasting, network. ECHINACEA show Alvarez here. Wrestling Observer live a mixed review, also wrestling observer DOT COM. You're still welcome to send your text messages. Forty, five, seven, eight, zero, seven, five six, but we are also picking up the phone lines, the phone number, eight, four, four, nine, one, three, twenty, seven, twenty, seven. That is toll free, eight, four, four, nine, one, three, two, seven, two seven. Gives us a call if you'd like. We got the largely idiot proof phone lines, but I do have that block button right there. If you decide that, you're going to be that guy. Notice I said had guy. Because for some reason, the women never do stupid things. Let's go to the phones and maybe I'll be proven wrong Philadelphia Pennsylvania. You're on the air. What is going on? Brian Mike it's Tony. Chat because pogs in the check. Some progress in the chat gives us. Please no more. Is But, but thank you for for getting them into the chip. What's going on Tony? You're you? You see what it is. There's the remote anyway Brian. I was listening to observer radio this morning and Dave was one hundred percent correct in his observation on the next t same thing I thought for a while about how there's calling up a lot of people and I'm thinking. Is Annex t not? Not Conceding, but taking their foot off the gas here it's, but then he pointed out how ridiculous the show is because. If you remember there used to be the thing to annex t, the more wrestling bay, show and aws, more sports, entertainment order, but now you got goofy stuff going on, you've got the drunk angles, and by the way right now in w next t you have drunk angles. You have racial stereotype racist angles. You Got Angles where Jeff. Hardy is strumming his pete in shame, his face, you know. Are they trying to recreate the attitude air here because it's? There's tons of this stuff in like you say all the time what's going on here? Well, my friend. I want to thank you very much for the call I mean all I can tell you is. Bruce Prichard. Bruce Prichard. is in charge of the creative. For Ron smackdown Okay Bruce Prichard. Was? Brother Love. He debuted as the undertaker's manager in. Like nineteen ninety. Right, it's twenty twenty. So. That's with this guy. Grew Up. We grew up is wrong term but like his had his hand in WF. On and off forever and people go back to. You know what worked when when they were young. And yes, I feel like I'm watching in some ways nineteen ninety-one superstars, but there's a big difference, and that is the nineteen ninety-one superstars was like super entertaining. It was only an hour long. It was just like boom boom boom boom boom I mean there was some really stupid stuff like coincidentally the undertaker I'm sorry. The the ultimate warrior vomiting everywhere after Papa Chango. Put a curse on him which covers a lot of basis by the way the Papa? Go character, magic vomiting I mean. Yeah that's we're getting here I. Don't know if it's GonNa. Work I mean. Listen. All they know is that. They did a raw show with Pritchard in charge, and did a little bit better, but the vast majority of the reason it did better was because they had more people over the age of fifty watching. Like that's your plan, let's get more really old people watching. Let's let's. Think fifty by the way is out of eighteen to forty nine, so. Eight W. Is really trying hard to build new young stars and granted. They're still seven eight hundred thousand viewers and I mean this is not something that's going to turn around immediately, but if you're if you're worried about the short term, then yeah, you tried out your ric flair's and your Christians and it Cetera, but we've seen this in every promotion in every country all over the world forever. If you want to turn this around, you've got to build young stars, and there's only one promotion I shouldn't say that of the. Everyman, you want to call it four raw smackdown, and T and w one of them. Is Attempting to build a new young stars, and I guess in a year we'll find out of all of these different promotions like who had the right get here. Yeah I mean Awa definitely needs brand awareness, but they are trying to chop away at the. The younger lapsed attitude era fan and we'll house. You know people that are between the ages eighteen and thirty four and. Trying to present people Darby Allen's again. This is not everybody, but certainly guys like Darby Al guys like Orange Cassidy jungle boy. You know newer faces even if they happen to be a little bit older such as Lucia. Soroush I know my points I well. He's a lot older. Yeah, but he's still. He's a new face to fans and they're trying to chop away that way. Where with wwe you know how much of this is really going to be Bruce Pritchard's fall. Probably not a whole lot I mean it is Vince McMahon's snow globe that he picks up, and he shakes up and Bruce Burchard has always been. You know I guess commended I. Guess by some as being the one who is able to really filter VINCI's vision out to everybody else the best and explains it to everybody the best. If that's benefit, which I guess, it is in some circles, but. It's still Vincent's baby, no matter who's writing it or or partially writing V, Paul Heyman or Eric Bischoff for now. Bruce Prichard solely. You know it's still Vinci's baby, so regardless of what goes on and goes out there. Who liked that kind of bodily humor more than Vince McMahon, and now we've seen it twice in two episodes of the show this week. wwe programming were three. I guess if you include smackdown last week. Yeah, three in a row now of that sort of stuff taking place here so. Again you know you're GONNA get his. Amount of fault for it and the attention for it. He is the point person is the reaper. Yeah, he absolutely is, but this is still Vince McMahon's baby at the end of the day. No matter how you got it. Connor here notes on the most recent being the elite showed the young bucks explained that they have to tests for corona virus. An actual corona virus test and a temperature check every time they enter dailies place. They are only allowed to be inside dailies if they have the to wrist bands that signal to past tests so there you go. Let's go to a Montreal. You're on the air. What's going on? Hey guys. It's which. I wanted to say that I'm really like who is this? Person All right Christian what's going on? I'm not a fan thing. I'm liking with. You're doing with Diederik order recently, so my question is. What do you think is their next big? They're going to have their face. The or something or things think for them next, thanks. Very good question. I want to thank you very much for the call. The reason I ask is because I can I can make a note here so that every time somebody calls actually of their name right here so it'll be very That'll be very handy so I like. I like the dark order storyline in the sense that. Somebody loses a batch. Big Time goes on a losing streak, and they're right there to attempt to recruit them, okay. Now. I'm not going to say I. Don't like this because when you watch a w one of the things that you have to remind yourself is. You're not watching me. In W E like it's boom boom boom boom. People get together they have they break up. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. In a W, everything is dragged out more and and dragged down is the wrong term. All of these stories are given a lot of time to be told. Okay, so the W. E. viewer the lifetime w. e. viewer in mean I watched the dark order, and I'm like dude. Are you ever going to recruit anybody? But then. You have to take off your. Glasses and realize that they're taking their time. There is no hurry so at some point. The dark order is going to recruit bigger starts. How long was it before? They even had Luke Harper Brodie Lee i. mean the darker was was around. What September the and. Brodie Lee debuted in like April. Something like that. I mean there's no hurry to add stars to the dark order butts. They are going to need to add stars to the dark order and Jay's going to be one of them called. Bana is going to be you know he's which is interesting. Because there's a guy who you know, his best stuff is his. His comedy and the idea that he may go. He'll I mean maybe maybe that's a call from Coal Cabana. Listen. I've been doing this forever. I want people to know that I could be a serious wrestler. Let's do something different. Let's turn to heal I. don't know, but it's interesting to think about, and we can't think about it because they're taking their time. I look at dark order started in August September. Whatever was a dead by December and they decided to adjust a lot of things. They got rid of brand. East group they decided to tweak this one, and it was very beneficial. They bring in lieu carper. Okay, good. We gotta face. Now we got a a stalwart to go by didn't really enjoy the way he comes in debuts and loses intimate event. Right off the bat. That okay fine with the story that they're telling. He slid down a little bit, and you need a mid card. You need a mid car to do things and Anna J has had. Seven matches her entire life i. mean the more she can be hidden in a group. The more she can watch other people Russell be out there constantly from matches. It's going to be a good idea. Cochabamba's a pro I think I'm coca being I. Think is very talented guy. I think he's very engaging guy, and I think whether a play him in his Colt Cabana whether he is doing this and and will pull away the very end and and fight the good fight. I don't know what direction they're going with it. It but I'm far more interested in that. In that scenario with this group, and these guys than I am seeing the dark order in the tag team championship seen seeing Coal Cabana and a title picture or something like that I think this is all a good fit right now for everybody involved and again there are things that I'm looking forward to, but I can complain about this at all. I. Don't know how you can really made a lot of solid out of what looked to be really bad with the dark order. I, believe this is Oleg Oleg. You're on the air. What's going on? Not Legacy. Nikita that's what I meant. Go ahead. Thank you Brian Might Listen quick question I was Kinda. Surprised by the an announcement of the I mean is a unification match. Is it non it's just a little bit strange to me? Because the North American championship has just been introduced two years ago and it's only had about five champion so The unifying such a new title all already with the main championship. Well the friend I WANNA. Thank you very much for the call Nikita. So. They're billing it as winner-take-all, which by the way I mean that sounds like a Vince McMahon deal winner-take-all. Branding it so my here's the deal, okay? It makes no sense to unify these titles at least long-term. Maybe they're gonNA unify the titles, and then Regal's going to say you can't hold titles. We're GONNA vacate into a tournament that'd be like beyond stupid because he's the one that came up with the idea and then saying you can't do it as dumb I mean they do deal where you know like like Naito, they unified the titles, and he's going to be thinning one title one time and the other title the other time. Eventually he lose one. They could do that or And this has been the case in wrestling dating back a million years. They do the champion versus champion match, and there is no winner. Disqualification double count outs. Time limit draw which I'm skeptical of. They Bait and switch you. I mean. Watching the show of late. My guess is a bait and switch you, but maybe you know word we'll. We'll get out that it's likely going to be a bait and switch, and so they'll change it and actually put both titles on somebody. If they do that I, still think you will be a very short term thing and they'll find a way to get one of the titles onto somebody else. I hear the music hold that thought everybody back in a moment wrestling observer life. Who you. Hi, I'm Dr Robert, Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health, your life and your sports as a weekend warrior, you know about sports, injuries and pain exercises and important element in keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries, but when you are in pain, there is one product that I recommend to my patients, and that is Blue Gel blue consists of a proprietary formula, developed specifically for the treatment of inflammation and general muscle aches and strains I. 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That's the word had no hand whatsoever in annexed. T you know what? He also doesn't have a hand in the post. Fight UFC twitch stream just for the homeys, just for the members of effort W video here. Filthy. I knew nothing of this. Yes, filthy, Tom, waller and I wait! Tomorrow after you have see you filthy. Tom Lawlor or going to do an exclusive post-show, only four twitch homeys at twitch dot. TV slash up for w video is trying to tell me not tomorrow. Brian, we're still building anticipation on flooding. We're going to get everybody all built up for Saturday night. After the UFC show after blades after Volkov Filthy Tom Lawlor night right here on twitch. To this this pandemic. I honestly don't even know what date is anymore. I used to always know what day it was largely because I didn't know what day it was because I had to go teach Jujitsu now there is Notre Jitsu, so it's groundhog day every single day is exactly the same as Thursday. Well, well, you know what that means. 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They call it the school to prison pipeline, zero tolerance policies involved police in minor incidents, leading to student arrests, juvenile detention and incarceration since nineteen, Ninety Eight, the New York Police Department has been training and supervising school safety agents who have the authority to arrest students in public schools, the Kobe Fraser with future of tomorrow, and the Urban Youth Collaborative says that has encouraged a law enforcement approach to maintaining school discipline that arose of teachers or their teams in through restorative justice wants implemented correctly. The shoe can have. Have time to reflect on whatever the situation may be the used a calling for funding to be redirected from deploying school safety agents to promoting approaches. It reduced conflict and encourage resolution. I'm Andrea Sears reporting in his controversial new book, former National Security. Adviser John Bolton says the US House. It's impeachment inquiry should have investigated president trump, not just for pressuring Ukraine but also for variety of other instances where he sought to US trade negotiations in criminal investigations to further his political interests that from the New York Times. They report bolt described several episodes where the president expressed willingness to whole criminal investigations to in effect, give personal favors to dictators, and he liked both cited cases evolving major firms in China and in Turkey. Colorado's community colleges have launched. A new program is designed to help more students complete a bachelor's degree and also reduce a significant racial equality gap in the Colorado. Education system. Colorado's community colleges have launched a new program designed to help more students complete a bachelor's degree and reduce a significant racial equity gap and Colorado's education system. Doctor Angie Tony with the Colorado Department, of Higher Education says seventy five percent of all jobs in the state require some kind of post, secondary credential degree, but just fifty eight percent of Colorado adults have completed education beyond high school. She says students of color are at greater risk of being left behind but for African. African, Americans, it's about forty percent who have a credential for Hispanic or let necks adults again aged twenty five to thirty four. The number is about thirty percent first time students who participate in the program will join counseling with both two year and four year schools to ensure that classes completed apply toward a four year degree at universities in the State Patani says lower tuition costs at community colleges should also reduce student loan debt for public new service I'm Eric Gladys. This is pianist. 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Small businesses employ half of all US workers, but the number of independent family owned businesses in Nevada is down thirteen percent compared with January this year mostly because of the shutdowns during covid Nineteen Sean Del newsome was small businesses for America's future says that's an alarming number. Because those mom and pop stores also report, traffic is down fifty to sixty percent. He has a black and minority. Businesses have been hit the worst. Worst, now in three point, three million small businesses out of closed for good forty percent of african-american on businesses and thirty two percent of the Latino business of closed at seventy, two percent combined have closed in Las. Vegas alone. The number of small businesses open was down eighteen percent last week compared. January I'm Roz. Brown, according to the J. P. Morgan Institute most small businesses have than thirty days of operating cash saved. Finally are Mike Mohan tells us American. 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Well, the program said it was simple, except before we wound up there a couple of added attractions. Doctor, who didn't do any doctoring, a nurse with a built in temperature. A, couple of blackouts that were meant to be permanent and guess what. That last part I was supposed to be the star. Anyhow it all began late last. Monday I was home. My boss Anthony J Lyon knocked on my door. I opened a talk. That's when I made my first mistake. I found you in I'm just on my way home from the office. It could've kept on going I'm out of Bourbon Oh now Jeffrey. I didn't come by just for that. You got anything. No, they'll all right all right. It's a matter of fact I want your advice. Regan out starches and get some exercise. What else? What would you do if you traveled ten thousand miles just to see your sister and then couldn't find it Give up the search. I haven't got a system. That's not what I'm talking about go to missing persons. Would you sure you would? But if you knew your family in a foreign country would become greatly alarmed at this sort of notoriety. You'd look for your sister in another way you hire a private detective. Now is right on fats. Get to the point avenue client names Irene Santino. Brazil real fine family regan. Pay She's engaged the Lion Bureau to locate a younger sister common. I'm no Saint Bernard do I can feed one all. I know you've been working hard lately, but Jeffrey is one of those occasions when I'm proud to be off, probation, who we have an opportunity to help me young lady in desperate Straits, and at the same time secure goodwill from south. America ever hear of the State Department because I have, but they can't do it all alone. Jump the individuals citizens to take responsibility to the only reason you want me to find her sister. I absolutely now. Michelle Dino is taken an apartment at this address. Go See A. Letter, no, the Lion Detective Bureau and the United States of America will do everything possible to locate a loss. That all right, you know. What she pay two hundred dollars. That's a lot of green to get an advanced. She insisted she's very anxious. Divide that go watch. Our check doesn't bounce. Won't she paid? Two. Hundred dollars was already making along the Lions Cope. And I knew the next spot for it was his mattress. Maybe that's the reason is the bachelor. I left him in my place in drove over to be addressing giving me one of those. Beverley hills apartments with along lassie glassy can. I mean Santino was on the second floor. She was a tall brown head girl without a smile. To glasses. When she talks sounded sad like a Banjo player with a paper pig. Thank you so much for coming over Mister Reagan. I've been very upset O'Day. I just had to do something about Carmen System. Yes, my younger sister! She's what I came here to see. Curtain. Awful vacant feeling. I thought she'd meet me at the airport and then she wasn't there. When I went to address. We were very close. She's real to. Yes, of course house for English. The same as mine. We were all educated in the united. States. back East Vassar. You Alderman Common yes two years. She's twenty five now. Common left home a year ago, you see she's always been very independent and. I'm afraid something might have happened to her like what? I don't know young girl. Pretty I don't know now I say she's so independent. I received this letter from a few days ago. It was the first words and she left home. Came this way. Yes, NO ENVELOPE! O. Well I threw that away. She wrote her address there at the end and I didn't see any need for keeping the envelope. She wasn't at this address. That's what frightens me. There isn't any such address. What does your sister common look like? Why gave her snapshot to Mr Lined? And they give it to you. He forgets things. Matter I have another. Of course, it's old, not very good. I think it's right here in this soup. Your pardon thanks. All of it I haven't had time to to. Hear. I hear. She's blonde little added in line with the same height to wear jeff close. Mr Regan. You will be able to find A, won't you? I don't think you want me to. Really GonNA trying to be. Snapshot Sold It could be anybody in a letter that says nothing and you want me to turn up a blonde thought. Those would be lead. She mentioned the name of Dr I thought you said he the man. She left home a year ago. She wasn't following the crops. What you're talking about. There was a man. If I'm going to do any good I've got to have it all lady. Right all right? That was a man. His name was Frank Martin. Once in Mexico City. She thought she was in love with him, but he has nothing to do with it. Mr Reagan. I'm sure he has nothing to do with it. Because, I looked him up. He lives on Law Avenue talked to him no. I I had questions around. I'm completely satisfied. He knows nothing about it. Look I. If you'd see this doctor, my sister meant you want me to find your sister. This. Frank Martin didn't say that didn't have to letting. Okay! We've got a report when I got something. One more thing. How long did you stop off on the way to shop in New York what? Makes you think I'd do that labels? When you leave your close to and around labels show. There's no saks fifth avenue unreal. I walked out her mouth. Wide Open actually was trying scream. Nothing came out. I hung around the door outside for a minute to see if she'd used the phone one nothing happened. I looked up Frank Mike the city directory and drove over the law. Two story apartment building the color of the bride's blush. was wrapped around the swimming pool too small for people too big for birds. Martin's name wasn't on the mailbox, so tried to manage his door. Voice sounded like a beer truck in low gear. Well come on in Pilgrim. You don't owe me. Do you just got here? I played the prowess and twenty six. Oh the! Up Sell at the movies them slobs central casting in called me and four years. You got a COG Afra-. Sag and the musicians union I play the French Horn. None of them. Call me now I figure. It's television. No Union yet, but. The Way, what are you doing here? Buddy looking for frank. Martin now look I like Frank. You got trouble. Stay away from him. He bruises easy on. You're just a mother to him. He's a nice lady. Remember what I tell Ya. Show Ya thanks. Him. Stays in one key all the time. A low sounds like second door on the right thanks. Bill. Unlocked Wants to know my name's Regan on a private investigator Atlanta. -tective barrel wrong stick I'm. Not Looking for work. And you. What'd you say it was Reagan? Yeah! Regan. Dead One. Cute I'm looking for a friend of yours seconds ago. You were looking for me looking for a friend of mine Frank Martin ever had a friend. Who are we talking about? Comments and Tino on. These days. But you said you were detected. An you sound like a guy with a chip on his show. I saw a lot of things. You trying to get tough baby while your name is on the mailbox, nobody you'd have a writer. I'll. Skip that Regan. Hired you to do what? System time. Common didn't know comment. Head us as to what else. The boyfriend. Whereas she. Yeah the boyfriend. Good. Let me, tell you what comedy. Is just right. Just right. Just search. Everything just strife. Lady. Paintings that something brother She isn't wearing one in this picture. Picture and you got no idea how bad hardly looks like. She is ever met him like that sometimes. About a year ago I was sitting right here and the phone rings. It's common. You know we talked about. Football, marriage. We're going to be married Regan only. She decided all of a sudden. She didn't want just like that. was their. Idea I haven't seen her since you try once. She moved no forwarding address. That's all. Makes good story, but you don't believe it. and. Let me tell you the reason we broke up. It's a Dili. My hearings good. Well you've heard about the happy couple with the guy keeps. Getting loaded can't lay off. This is difference. Big Switch. Common Yeah Yeah Common. Advice, she was seeing a doctor common seeing docked. Look why don't you get Outta here? Why because we don't like each other something? Happen a comment. You scared I'm scared part of the time and then somebody makes a lotta noise looking for somebody. Then everybody gets scared. You Scared Regan Yeah Oh. About what? Common Santino. I might be looking too late. Well, but it gave me filled in the cast, but the plot wasn't getting any clearer. So I looked at the doctor climate mentioned in a letter, his name was Kingston and the only address was a place out in A. It was a ranch house spilled over the top of the hill like with cream. Figured, he was getting overseeing for his pills. I Park my car by the gate and followed the flagstones up to the front door. When I pressed, the button heard, something sounded like chamber music. A blonde girl wearing a red dress that must have been riveted for. opened the door by the middle of the second chorus. I like blue suit. It has an effect on me. The only thing in the closet you fill out knife, but he don't look sick. I want to see the doctor anyway. Kennedy and we'll talk about it. You are told Mister Regan. Megan! or You plus Nightingale I hold the doctor stethoscope my name's Vivian. Mind telling him I'm here. Yes, he's busy. Lady. You'll be busy quite a file. You just opened another bottle. I'm right on time. You're so eager. Oh wait. ISN sociable like me. He drinks alone. He gets more that way. Let me entertain you easy angel on how to fix a fracture and already got a man who can do. I want one brain. Matter with the doc he keeps his in a bottle has used them for a long time. No. Don't right this. He'd be selling papers if his wife and left him a good insurance policies matter. Don't you like his money? Don't get me wrong. It's just a girl has feelings too yeah? Show. I'm glad I met you. We're going to have some nice afternoon. But you work for a living. I got lots of time decide I should have at least one outside interest. Keep Looking. You'll find one you smile, but you talk next came to Kingston. There's the phone call. Make an appointment now get out. About this, Oh, I didn't know you company. I'll talk to your. Doctor. This is Mr Regan. He's your company, but he doesn't. A Business Card looked Mr Regan. I'm no longer in practice, just doing research on my own. I have all the medical equipment I can use. And I turned all my patients over to another. One, you forgot Oh. Wow Tell me. Oh, common Santino! Go ahead giving. WE'LL SPEAK TO MR wagon. Watch yourself drake's. He doesn't know how to be nice. Only take a minute crack some nice, you'll need a drink. Barry Buying Yeah. It's a nice uniform working on my own. Where very casual you said, i. had a patient named Carmen in. What was it common? Santino, I'm afraid Jim Mistake Mr Regan. Told you that I read about you I let it must have been another kinks only one with a license. Are you a relative with his girlfriend? Era Detective March yeah. On the show me of files someday. Today this way. I get them right here on my lap. Up Yourself History and Wurley. Minded if I have one. Right anything. Team June Eighteenth Nineteen Fifty Jeff Regan investigator here on Classic Radio Theater in four minutes news of this date seventy years ago today. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule, changing the world one life at a time I love the product I noticed definitely more energy for short more energy, and when I stopped taking it, the energy goes down and then when I start taking it again, it's back up again and it's a really clear head like I'm just on. No, that's put it does for me. 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He already told chairman. Keep up the Democrat of Tennessee. He would do everything in his power to support the investigation. Ameri. Informed Senate investigators and he regards former Navy Lieutenant Andrew Robb as a Communist the principal conspirator in the Amerasian magazine, stolen documents case the witness Emmanuel s Larsen himself arrested them find in the one thousand nine hundred forty five case, which hinged on the theft of hundreds of diplomatic and military papers, he testified secretly and under oath before a foreign. Relations Subcommittee on June, fifth and six. The Japanese government yesterday withdrew its nationwide ban on mass political meetings and demonstrations. It announced the restriction will be lifted June twenty fifth, an impeachable source, said the governor's retreat was made under heavy pressure from General Douglas Macarthur's headquarters. Communist leader home or be chased to a twenty day jail term two hundred dollar fine and Sharpe rebuke yesterday. From Carrollton Georgia Superior Judge Samuel J. Boykin the Communist Party in Georgia and nine other six of them, Negroes cited for contempt of court, they were accused of circulating pamphlets, criticising the court and charging the Clarence Henderson, a Negro convicted of murdering a white student was framed. All ten are from nearby Atlanta. Governor Thomas e Dewey, who has renounced further presidential aspirations announced he would not run for reelection as governor of New York, the 48-year-old do. He said he was tired and rundown physically after twenty years in public life, he added, he probably will return to private law practice when his second term expires December thirty first. State Department yesterday accused Senator Joseph McCarthy of deliberate distortion of the public record, regarding Secretary Dean Aitchison approval of a ninety million dollar loan to Poland in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty six. Any person really desiring the facts would carefully examined record of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee which scrutinized alone in January nineteen, forty nine before approving aitchison nomination as secretary of State, the Department said, issuing a twelve point by point response to speeches by the senator from Wisconsin at Milwaukee and Groton Connecticut. That department denied a series of charges, a number of which had already disputed, but which the Wisconsin Republican repeated department set in Milwaukee. Speech McCarthy asserted from October forty five to March forty-seven Aitchison law firm was retained by the communist government of Poland, who obtain a ninety million dollar loan from the United States. Wall Violin Missing. Fourteen years turned up Friday right where it was laughed Mrs George dicap- South Bend Indiana a member of the orchestra playing for the Franklin Indiana College with one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six. She misplaced violin last week. 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Is a picture No, I've never treated anyone who looks like that sure positive I was around might add something to do with that stuff. You're drinking. The die from it sometimes. I see. Again see it from this window, but just over the hill. My wife's buried. I had special permission from account to Barry or on my property. She was a great comfort to me when she was alive. I haven't been the same since she passed away in. Well. That's why I no longer in practice. I didn't ask for that. But you did. With your ride's. You're a strange man. The you enjoy making a living this way plying into other people's lives, searching for what's best left alone. He's still here. But, just leaving, you can find your way. Yeah, goodbye, blue surge! You were real disappointment. Don't give up. I'll be back. Don't bother. Begin doctor. It'll be out. The whole thing phony like a fan. Dancing dances long underway. When I left the two of them, I was beginning to get an idea just beginning. I walked over to the side of the hill to look at the grave. was there all right like you said? Irene Kingston, nineteen? Twenty, two, nine, hundred, forty eight, so maybe that explained it. Maybe it didn't. I was remembering those new. York ladies had seen on Irene. Santino closed when I left there and looked up a friend of mine in the CIA. He checked into it and told me nobody named Santino coming from real on any flight last week. An immigration people didn't have a passport or visa record honor either. I was thinking about all this when my phone gathering. Santino she did all the talking? Regan no one astor I. I had to speak to you bug. I found common. Rather common found me. Sort of foolish now calling you people in and all that. She came to my apartment. Can you imagine she's been looking for me? What about her address? That was another silly thing only was mistake. She's not very good at details. Please? Thank Mr Lyon for his kindness and Mister Regan. It's all confidential. 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The lion went down to the hall of Records. It was a little guy sitting at the desk and vital statistics. His fingernails were dirty and he was reading a dictionary. You must have been a good because he look mad when I interrupted him. We're not on a bus quick. Shelvin wants information. I'm a public servant. That's what I'm here for what kind of death files William Morbid? Guy. We got a lot of stuff on births and marriages asked me something about that. Tina died about a year ago. Tell me what from okay okay? How do you spell just like it sounds? Santino! Sabbath themes and Nike Sanford. Happen to oats and the. No, wonder I ain't seen him and get with it with him. Yeah it is Santino. Data Dance Fifteen October one nine four eight cause of death, alcoholic poisoning. How'd you get them of mine? Who signed the certificate? Rex J. Kingston MD okay. His one more for you look up. Irene Kingston the Docs white. Look, get out. Okay, okay. King Kinsley. Kingston Irene. Thirteen October one nine four eight cause of death. You guessed it again, the same alcoholic poisoning. A this guy couldn't keep a patient. Fielded in? I could see the plot, but I wasn't sure of the ending. So. I didn't waste any time getting over to Irene santino place. And I wasn't fast enough. The door was halfway opened when I got there. All accompanied left, but I mean still around. She was sitting there, looking at the phone. Everything. Everything Mr Regan. Oh excuse me for not getting up. I didn't expect you. Toge I found my sister. Didn't that told me, but you didn't tell me she was dead. I didn't even tell you that I haven't got a sister, did I. did I come on. Give me, what are you talking about? This little red spot on my arm. It doesn't look like much, does it? But just wait Mr. Regan, you would just wait. You just. Found a doctor on the floor below. He grabbed his black bag and went to work on. She climbed down to a slow inside giggle. than one out altogether. Dr Got hold of an ambulance and cut it off to a hospital. Her. Out The door when land showed up. Ambulance Outra right your client was in. Somebody's stuffed our full of something and made her giggle. Don't understand all this shit all. I. Stop By home to change the my doc suit so I could come by Santino the news of assistance. What do I walk in and save your tears fat, so she didn't come from Brazil and she wasn't rich, they'd woman gave me two hundred dollars cash. There was nothing unreliable about her. We had a contract. You can use it for Confetti now J. Look. Look at this picture. Common Santino I have one just like draw some classes on it at about six or seven years i. don't understand you January. We're talking business and all at once. We're playing came to see tonight. She wasn't wearing her glasses. She looked a lot like the Damon this picture. Of course she did. Naturally system never had a sister never has. County Berry. That's what I'm going to find out from. A guy named Rex Kingston. Ahead of feeling you'd be back. I. Forgot the marshmallows come on. I'm not mad anymore. Arm still looking for your doctor. Let me take care of you either way with men. Douala's wants before with tonight now. You can ask me some questions I know since walence. On Bad. How do you like eating? Your way. Back! A nice quiet evening. Just you and me WanNa see them. There's been a feminine of midnight. You look underfed, I said I. WanNa see them. All right we could have had such a nice evening. Rex What is meant to Regan's here again. Yes. Reagan. Didn't I tell you I'd be out told me that, but you didn't tell me what I wanted to know. I had to statistics that you what? You don't have anything in your files about Common Santino, but you signed a death certificate. Now you get this, Regan. You saw my files once and I don't have to open them again to anyone who comes here without a. A warrant and you haven't got one, but I know I can get one when I go to the city attorney's office and tell him what I've got. They'll have somebody out here to zoom that grave on the hill. Do you mean Megan? Irene Kingston died two days before common seventeen o of the same thing Dr Kingston signed. Both certificates collects on his wife's insurance only. I don't think his wife really died. I think that extra grave up on the hill is window-dressing, and if my wife didn't die, Regan wary she now I don't know. She could be at downtown hospital posing under the name of Irene Santino. Shop Dr, proper, his house, Kingston. Swung Olympics around the connected on the side of my head. was. Back in the house. Move my head, but it's like a grand piano. Nothing else worked either. So I just? Pretty soon, somebody began putting something on my face. I can see. Bidding was standing there with Kingston. He. Looked sick like an ostrich with a sore throat. His Hand I. Can't even do it all right mix. Go ahead the same treatment you're trying to give. You should've stayed out reading. I, wanted one more look at you. Baby to see the Nice ones go, but it'll be all over in a minute all right. Give me a drink, women. Got To have a drink. It won't help I found Irene time. Live. GonNa Talk. Away Hedrick's give it to him. Then we'll clear out, but Irene still alive I didn't kill her. I didn't killer. You'll do better this time. I CAN'T I. No I. WON'T I said. Go ahead or I'll shoot you rex out. You. All over Vivian it's. been had the gunman Kingston was too much. Again. Vivian started to look Pale net. You went down slow. These. You'RE GONNA. Tell the State Regan. Is Irene really going to leave? That's what the doctor says. Good Good Regan! No, don't don't try to move I gave you a shot over parador solution. You won't be able to move for another our. I suppose I ought to run. You won't get far I know. But listen to me. Irene she's my wife. She's innocent of all this. When you tell the police the real story and haven't. You had enough it started with common. Send Tina! She stumbled in Monday night. She was very ill. She dropped dead before I. DO anything for Oklahoma. Yes. But before she died, she kept talking about a man named Martin lives over on Laura. Yes, I was going to get in touch with him. I had a better idea. She looked a great deal like my wife Irene was quite remarkable the insurance, yes. Irene didn't want to do it, but she loved me, so she finally disappeared I used one body for to death certificates and buried an empty box up on the hill. I was opposed to join Irene later. Vivienne. Vivian Came along. I was drinking the and she found out the truth. I was tracked. Irene hadn't hired you and I was supposed to scare you that story about a sister Brazil it worked till. The Guy can said. Somebody gets scared me. then. Reagan. Really. I. Steps making me sleepy, it'll wear off. And going now, Reagan. Irene gets a fair shake. He picked up a bottle and started out the door. He didn't even look down at Vivians body on the floor. I tried to move. Like you, said nothing working. Two more hours before I could get to the phone call homicide. As before. I talked to the lion. She'll I'm sending it right. Hold A. HE S of course I'm. Geoffrey Geoffrey. My how you feeling. Better Fox gone out of my head if that's what you mean. I feel allows Oh. Don't take it so hard. My boy all in a day's work. Is the brighter side. He is in the like what who will for one thing. They got that Dr King. He only got his paws. Las Vegas Crime doesn't pay jeopardy. Crime just does not pay doesn't what's this? Wait a minute. Give me that up. -cation consolidated insurance nothing I. Tell You you mean to tell me. We're going to try to collect award. Exposed insurance for on every insurance company pays a little something for that. We had expenses. You know how hard I worked on this Jeffrey. Ticket back. 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It's a way of life, a tough way and a dangerous one. You've got to be ready for anything anytime. Play a tight, and you play it smart or you're out of the game. And, there's only one way out the hard way. Whenever possible you plan your schedule to contact the FBI, but they don't have a schedule of course, so you never know when or how? Actually, Mr. No, thanks not going far. Better walking, though Mister Fisher. Oh. Did, you say Fisher, yeah. I was sure I. Recognize Mr Fisher some buddies of mine of Friends of yours. How about a ride? Okay. We'll save time short time and shoe leather. My Name's Davis transferred last week from the F. B. I. Office in Chicago. I see. Who are some of your buddies Mr Davis Richard Spalding like? Barclays the district inspector here and okay. That's good enough. I was just checking smart idea. You never know what's up. Davis got a job for your Matt. Maybe a rough one. Kind of job that meeting you told us about one for that big shot from the West Coast. lots of Carini. He's one of the national coordinators. Meetings Thursday evening. That'll be sail chairman here from ten state, so they'll be names named people. Places plan so on. Map We've got to have all that verbatim Beta. Yeah, dicta graph. Victocrat. What about that New Radio Gimmick? That miniature transmitter can't always be sure of it, Matt? We might hit a static problem mishap the meeting now here's what we want. Between now and Thursday evening, plant, a microphone and wire the meeting hall. That's all. I know we're not giving you. Much time at the jobs got to be done Matt. Go to it. Well there. It was why hall it sounded simple. But, I knew it was going to be one of the toughest jobs I'd have done for the FBI. The party offices we're on the same floor as the hall and they'd be in use all week. Davis gave me to button microphones, five hundred feet of bell wire and his best wishes. was all up to me. At seven o'clock that evening, the cell leaders met to discuss the plans for the big meeting I was present at the table. I had a plan in my own alright Conrad's. Our pretty well aligned on how to handle it delegates from out of town. I don't think there'll be more than eighty five. You agree comrade maps. Carl Jones was sell chairman at the time. Jones eighty five is more than seeing. Greta Apes. The local secretary transferred from Kansas City. Then we'll plan accordingly and I was there anything else we have to work out. There is as a matter of fact. Time let's talk about security measures. This meeting is big agents. Names will be mentioned. Future plans will be discussed. The FBI, I would love to get in on. It drew up. Unless there's been some new development I don't see there has been a new development. Take a look. What is it? Of Wire. Where did get it comrades? In the corridor, a few feet from the door of the hall. It was caught between the edge of the rugged baseboard. I saw it by accident. It's Mike wire all right. I'll bet on it and I'd say there's only one answer. The FBI has got in somehow. Yeah, that was my idea, comrades. I'd like you to follow this up all right covered. With a hall with a fine tooth comb, your job is to find that microphone. Go to it. Played an outside chance tried an approach right in the open and it had worked. My orders from the FBI to wire the hall and my job for the Communist was to find the FBI's wire. Same wire I was going to install myself. With a little luck, I might combine the two jobs, but luck was just what I didn't have. Any comrades. Common Ethridge. What are you doing here? Very glad to see me. No. It's not that Ben I'm surprised. That's all camera Jones said I'd have a hold of myself today to look for that FBI wearing John Yeah, I know I've been assigned to help you. Heal Matt. Is Only one way or the FBI wired this place. Is that by having a agent planted in the cell? Yeah! I thought of the same thing Ben I've been keeping my eyes. Open any results. Yet at least. Well that's got to work anytime. We'll start at one corner of the hall and go over it and the square yard at a time law wall ceiling everything. Okay Ben. Let's go to work. Well, my bright idea was knocked right in the head. I'd planned to make the installation during my supposed search. Now with Common Ben Ethridge breathing down. My neck I didn't have a chance. I could do was go through the motions and trying to figure some other angle. It was four in the afternoon when we finished our shakedown of the hall. Everything that. Ought to. Be another screwdriver. Here it is. What do you think you tell me? We covered every square foot and didn't find anything. I'd say the halls clean. What about that piece of Mike Wire Man? I don't know got into the whole. Some way for the FBI has planted any microphone and here I'll swear to it. I'll take your word for it, but my word for it. Look Ben Bridge. You assigned to help me or watch me. Well. Chairman thought you kinda jumped at the job. Little of both I guess. So now added. Do everything else. The chairman was suspicious. I'd wasted a day and there was less than two more days to go. Dozens of names would be mentioned at the meeting plans discussed inflammation. The FBI needed badly. At Hall had to be wired somewhere. Richard Speaking Fisher here. Bob Fisher Jack Go ahead. On wire jobs, not going so good, it's got to go. Washington really wants one yeah I know look. I've got wax impressions of a couple of door he's. Took them right under. My helpers knows this afternoon. How long will it take? DUPLICATES MADE THIRTY MINUTES? What are they for the meeting hall and the Allied Door of the building? I'm going to slip in late tonight and string that wire. Look I'm calling from the phone booth and the Gavin Hotel Lobby. I leave the key impressions behind the coin box check. Pick them up and ten minutes. What do you want the keys delivered? Leave them behind the cushions and the next to last buse and the hotel coffee shop anytime before nine. Right. Watch yourself, boy, you know it luck. The keys were there when I went in at nine. o'clock that evening I slipped them into my pocket. Ordered and ate slowly. But I read a couple of papers. Timing was the one important thing I knew that. Between ten, forty, five, ten, forty, eight, the watchmen would be punching the clock on the seventh floor at the far end of the hall. And during those three minutes I had to get in that alley door. The time was ten forty seven when I slipped my key into the lock the door. I closed the door behind me. How did along the car and again climbing the service days? I was almost the third floor when the switch was above me. I, heard the elevator coming down the shaft. Froze the Stanley. Good. The night watchman was back on the first floor again and the coast. Climbed, the remaining steps along the third floor corridor, and fitted my second the lack of the meeting. Inside I took the microphone buttons and the wife of my coat pocket went to work. In twenty minutes the job was done inside the holidays. But the final connection, and the met a few minutes swinging on an iron ladder. Space. I. Used my knife blade spring the catch on the shaft door. I slit open stepped in on the ladder and closed the door. I could see the top of the elevator three stories below me and the high made me sick and dizzy. I worked quickly in just to finish the connection when. The elevator started up. That was no space in the shaft for me and the elevator. No time to get out the door I did the only thing I could the reached me step onto the top London cable. Kept going up six four. Seven I can see the spinning drums winding the cable above me coming closer close out. Eight, four, one more go. The drums were right over my head. Food myself flat top of the elevator. Stopped I had barely eighteen inches clearance. When close the doors and started back down the shaft I clung to the iron ladder and stayed there until he reached the main floor. And I fumbled the cats on the door slit open and stepped out onto the night. Okay Matt. They'll move. then. What are you doing here? Waiting for an FBI stool pigeon for you'll matt. Like I. Don't know what your hands up. Is GonNa Loaded Matt. One move so helped me I'll kill you. June eighteenth, nineteen, fifty, two I was a communist for the FBI on Classic Radio. Theater you know it's true. Difficult Times have a way of focusing us. 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What are you doing here this time of night? On just looking around Ben, checking up on things lot things. What were you doing in the elevator shaft. Comrade. Got A couple of questions of my own. What's your reason for being here? A hunch man? I got to thinking. So. I came over the night watchman. Let me I don't follow. You got the thinking what how would be a smart idea for an FBI agent planted in the party as such the hall with a witness, and then come back and put a microphone after the search. I'm afraid that's pretty weak been week, yeah! I think we'd better talk to the Chairman I'm way. We're going downstairs to the party office. Going to fold them, come right over. Okay, don't forget. A gun still loaded. Commerce. Ethridge snapped on the lights in the party office and called Chairman Jones told him what had happened. And we sat and waited for Jones to arrive. I kept trying to think of some way out. One fortunate thing I did the keys, the extra wire and my tools on top of a good or in the elevator shaft. Clean and that was some advantage, but not much. He made a quick trip. Situation called for it. Well Comrades. Seems we've been mistaken about. You depends on what you mean by. Up Sporadic. How long have you been working for the FBI I haven't been common. Mistake steak. Comrade ethridge caught you right in the act tonight or a couple of ways of looking at that Calmer Jones. You're the one in charge here, aren't you of course? And why is Ben Holding? The gun well wasn't trying to take over any authority. Thanks feel better now, VIC. Yeah, it was making me nervous. Having a gun pointed at me by F. B. I. Agent. Claim you came tonight because you suspected me of planning a microphone in the hall. All Right? Where's the MIC? I didn't have any chance to look for. You know that the Mike was there this afternoon. Ben, why didn't you find it? Then? What are you driving? One of the sections of the Hall Ben Searched included the electric applets next to the radiators. Did you take the Cup playoff? Those outlets then well. No, they hadn't been tampered with at one of them had. It's got a button Mike Planet in it. The wire runs behind the baseboard I saw it this afternoon. How come you didn't? There wasn't any why that couldn't have been I? Don't see how you could've missed it. That's why I didn't say anything this afternoon. And that's why I came back tonight. Wait a minute. Maybe you are the place tonight before Ben caught you. How as you said then caught me so to made now i? Don't have any tools. The hall locked I don't have a key to it. That's another thing semantic. How did you get into the building as the watchmen watchmen? That's a joke. What do you mean? Front door was unlocked, and the watchman was asleep in the lobby I walked right in past him, and he didn't even move security a microphone planet in the hall, and my so-called the helper didn't even see it I'll take it easy all right so I'm mad. I've got a right to be. The party's a big thing in my life I'm giving my life to it. When things happen like they have today, a helper who's either too stupid to crooked to see a microphone when he stumbles over it. Called watchman goes off to sleep and leaves the door of the building wide open of course I'm mad. Well it worked temporarily at least I was off the hook as far as my party membership was concerned. The last chance of getting that hall wide and going right out the window. Davis the FBI agent agreed. I told him the story the next morning. You went at it the right way map. There's no question about that. You just a run a bad luck. That's all. Well Davis I've been thinking about this most of the night. Halfway idea it may sound crazy. Let's have it. I haven't even got a halfway. When Richards was telling me a couple of months ago. About that new minute your short wave Transmitter Abbott. We only use that as a last resort. Matt. This is a last resort. How big are they all about the size of a couple of packs of cigarettes? What are you got in mind? It has a built in Mike I. Suppose that's a complete unit. You just switch it on, and it's good for about twenty hours of continuous transmitting life of the batteries. Davis suppose. One of those transmitters were planted in the hall. Could you pick it up sure? I've got a radius of about six blocks. We Park a truck on the street as a mobile receiving unit. Can you do it? A little luck. I think I can. Eighteenth, nineteen, fifty, two I was a communist with the FBI on Classic Radio Theatre. 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I shouldn't jump to conclusions last night. When I found you hear the billing well, I thought sure forget it. I was pretty rough on you. As far as that's concerned. No, no, I, just follow up. I could have missed that Mike as a matter of training I remembered later that you said you'd never had that. There's some guy here from the garden. Florist says he's got a flower you. Oh, yeah, it's the bouquet for the speakers tabled pants Lao Congress. I'll take care of it. Thanks. A fellow that order to. Sign here, place. In the basket, buddy turned out. Fine. Thanks! Thank, you bye-bye. Well now he went pretty elaborate on it. Didn't you met? Roses! Cameron Corinne is an important man Greta. Best! they smell wonderful. Those must have been specially selected. Right they were. Well, the transmitter was in the meeting. And right on the speakers table it already turned on Richardson. And Park down the block. Somewhere I was a panel delivery truck with a tape recorder, and a pair of stenographers with headphones taking down every word. My job was over. There was nothing to do but wait. that. Is that microphone. Your found still hooked up Yeah Calmer Jones decided. We wouldn't disconnected until just before the meeting. The FBI wouldn't try to plant another one that idea. Catch them flatfooted. Wonder how they got into installing it well without watch, not paying attention to is. This must be common careening I. Guess So House Bring You. I'm really. I'm. Tara. Moran and Comrade Ethridge. What is this? Why they're flower set by the various organizations, and I am sorry what? Honor I appreciate, but the flowers must go I have the allergies you understanding Hay fever I able to her sorry comrade I had no idea will have placed outside the quarter. Yeah. Sure Been. We've got a couple of these baskets I'll take these at the end. I always do 'cause no and. It's it's quite all. Quite Hall Right. As far as I'm concerned, it was quite on wrong. In a few minutes, the meeting when start and the FBI be in on it. And I carry the flowers out and set them along the corridor. And suddenly decided to take one last chance. Back turned quickly I reached into the basket, fished out the transmitter and dropped it into my inside pocket. Ads? Comrades. Before I opened this meeting. I wish to inform you that the F. B. I. has managed to establish a beachhead in our very midst. Comrades. Has Calmer and. Take care of the matter of course. You see comrades a microphone right here. The FBI will be most disappointed. And now I wish to present on national coordinator from West Coast Headquarters. Let so. I sat through the meeting while name after name was mentioned plan after plan discussed. Transmitter sagged my coat pocket pressed against my chest. I was conscious of it every second and conscious to of what would happen if the commies new I had it. The only thing I didn't know was working. Alright was the stuff going through was the FBI getting? I found out around midnight when I put through a call from a public phone booth rigid speaking. Fisher here Bob. Fisher Jack Nice work. Everything comes through all right. Perfect got every word from start to finish. One thing we couldn't figure though. WAS BEATING THAT DRUM! Drawn Yeah it kept up. Also. The meeting sounded like a funeral march. I wasn't any drum that. Wait a second. I had the transmitter in the inside pocket of my coat Richards. That drum-beating was my heart. I let the phone booth and walked along the street. It was after midnight. The city gone to bed. And I could hear my footsteps echoing against the front of the buildings. An hour before I sat in the hall with one hundred people supposedly, my friends, my comrades. Now I'm alone. But I was alone then to. Go on my comrades and I have no friends. That's how it is with me. I'm a communist for the FBI. I, walk alone. 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James Hodges & Alan Biel Share How They Built a $1.1M Wholesale Company in Their First Year

Real Estate Disruptors

1:19:41 hr | 1 year ago

James Hodges & Alan Biel Share How They Built a $1.1M Wholesale Company in Their First Year

"Hey, everybody. Thank you for joining us, for today's episode of real estate says router today, we have James, Hodges and Alan Bill with a wakened real estate and the phone for Midland Texas show, how they went or how they made a million in their first year, one point, one in their first year wholesaling if this is your first time tuning in. I'm Steve trained, broken owner, stunning homes, realty, founder of the offer fast homes app, the only MLS for off market wholesale properties, and I'm on a mission to create one hundred millionaires. If there's something that you want to join please. Let's connect on Instagram. If you're excited for today show, please, give me wave. Give me a thumbs up. And as a friendly reminder, I do not charge a dime for this show. I don't make any money doing this. So here's all I ask those what it cost for you to listen to the show, if you get value today, police other friend, you can share this episode right now tagger affirmed below or telling your best away from the show later on that we can all grow together, and don't forget, this is a life show, so please push your questions for Jansen Allen to answer your ready ready as rocket your machine on that stage. Thank you. Got a few reps. So first question is what got you guys in the real estate. We'll try to make it short as possible. But so I'll take it back to my entrepreneurial journey because that has had a massive influence on the real estate journey as well. So my entrepreneurial journey started when I was actually living on the mission field, my wife and I got married in two thousand thirteen and then about eight months after we got married. We went to the mission field. We just felt a calling to go help people that were in need in other countries, and we just left we've with backpacks on her back, and we went to some of the poorest countries in the world in two thousand fifteen we were in eight different countries. So we ended up in South Africa on orphanage, and we were serving their teaching kids there. And I was doing that work, but really felt unfulfilled and I knew that there was something more that I was supposed to do in my life. So I saw this girl who. Who was working with us on that base? And she had a web design company, and she was making money serving people doing what she loved doing, and she was in Africa, but she was from New Zealand. So I was like, you know what I've got value that I can add, I've got other values that I can bring to the world. And at that point in time, I had just graduated I ran track and cross country at Texas am university, I was a all athlete there. So allows like if there's anything that I am an expert at its health and fitness. So I started my journey becoming a personal trainer and health coach. So we moved back to the days we first daughter in South Africa. So I have a true African American daughter. As you can see I have a why African American daughter. Yeah. And so we moved back to the states, but we were completely broke we had zero money, no car, no money at all had to start from ground zero. And I started building my personal training, business up, and eventually, that led me to starting on online personal training business, and all online, Venice company, and it was just a, it was just a struggle struggling with low margins, you know, in two thousand seventeen seventeen thousand dollars total for the entire year tax return. I've got the tax return. That's anybody tough tough industry. I think that's I mean, wholesalers competitive wholesale stuff, health and fitness. I mean, everybody's Instagram and scroll through the fitness section and see how competitive it is. So. Oh, struggling to make make money there in there was one point where my wife went to the garage. She store and we had our first order at this point, she was almost two years old, and she called me, and she said, James, I can't right by groceries. We don't have enough money in our account, we're actually overdrawn, and I think we need to go apply for food stamps. So that point I will I opener. Yeah. Super eye opener at that point. I just read the book rich dad poor dad, and he was talking about how he was selling the Xerox machines he was working as a salesman while he was building his his real estate business. So reading that book was what initially got me interested in real estate, and so right after a read that book, one of my buddies reached out to me and said, hey, I'm starting a trucking company do you want to come out and we start this? I was like, dude, I have no desire to, to do trucking, but was the pay news like it's going to be six thousand dollars a month. I was like, all right done. I'm in a little better. So in ended up moving across the state of Texas to heal my buddy, start this, this company and right before I moved I saw a webinar for wholesaling, and I'd been wanting to get in real estate. And I was like this strategy requires no money and it seems like a marketing and sales game seems like a marketing and sales businesses which was all the online fitness business was as well. Right. So I was like, I'm going to do that in this trucking thing is going to be a means to an end in order to start my real estate business. So when we moved out across the state of Texas, the trucking business actually never got going. Oh, never got going these they'll get paid. We still got paid. Well, that's good and less than expected yet. Let much less than expected. So I had to do something. Going, and I talked to my wife, I was like read, they're going to go all in on this fitness thing, or I'm going to start this wholesaling thing and take the risk and go for it sounds like you made the right choice. And so we started. I started wholesaling and I decided to start wholesaling Gama brother to, to do it with me talked him into it, and we started putting out band signs and started doing driving for dollars in within our first three weeks, we had three contracts three properties under contract, I three weeks I three weeks three properties three three contracts in service unusual insert the disclaimer here, Steve. Yeah. Which is results or not to what's there. Oh, yes, these results. But it's very that's what happened within our first three weeks. We had three properties under contract. We were just going pedal to the metal and I went to my first reinvent and met Allen, and I'll let him until his journey in real estate, but that's where we initially met and the web. And I was at. It was a reinvent which women are, and it was a clever investor clever BUSTER. Gotcha. So you're, how'd you get into it? I don't I don't know how to follow that story. But I am I go back a little further with real estate, my wife and I almost accidentally got involved with real estate and my wife jokes about the fact that I didn't own. We didn't own a hammer and certainly didn't have any nails or a screwdriver when we got married. But we got married in two thousand three butter first house in two thousand five in kinda got lucky did an accidental flip had worked on a little bit the market had gone up a little bit. And we were getting people wanting to, to buy a house and it wasn't for sale. And we've and so finally one day, just ask somebody how much how much can we get for it? And I was a friend of ours. That was a realtor. And he said, I think I could get you this much. And I mean, I remember it was a I'll never forget, we were Valentine's Day party, and I just smiled. And I looked at him and said, how much do you think we could get? And he said, what he said, and I thought there's no way. And sure enough, we said, you know, we'll get to you. Pocket listing. We didn't know what that meant at the time. We said, whatever we said, use the lingo, we send something we just said show is the money basically, right. Yeah. Second second person that looked at it bought it. And so in about a year in about a year. We kind of accidentally made money inforce. I say that we had bought a house in a good location. And it was it was we got it for a good price. And, and we had done some good, you know Monterrey innovations on it to, to make it how wanted it. So that's how it started. And then we didn't really know what to do. I, I read rich dad poor dad in the fall of nineteen ninety nine I was a freshman in college. Got real really fortunate to, to meet some. They're actually multilevel marketing people, you know, network marketing people, and they were, you know, giving me books and audios to listen to and all this other that was one of the books that I read. So I've been a fan of key Sakis work at least as early his early stuff right for a long time. And so I had I had that sort. Of training financial training. And so we knew enough to know without okay we just made a decent chunk of money. I think it was about thirty grand. It's sitting in the Bank, we moved back into an apartment, you know, my wife, who's a Saint said, you know, we just made somebody, I'd want to blow it. We don't want to go buy another house in a high market. The market was very, very high. So anyway, so we said on the money and and waited for about a year and in two thousand seven we actually purchased two properties. One, I delivered in one became it was going to be a flip. And, and I'll never I'll never forget a Steve. We. Get this great deal in this off market house. Like I said it was going to be a flip founded at a garage sale. Just got to talking to the lady at the garage sale. And she said, well, I'm going to sell the house to if you want that jokingly and Essex show it to me. And so that's, that's, that's how a lot of this started. We write some ruled on that. And I said, I'm glitter us took a for sale sign in the yard, the next day did nothing to it just stuck for sale son in the in the yard of that house, and ever, people would come and look at it, and I would send them off to a lender. That was a great lender. Everybody that saw it wanted to and that I would never hear from them again and this went on, you know, we got her week month after month and I remember I went to work one day worked as a tennis professional is actually that was my day job them at the tennis prove well and track star tennis, bro. There you go in my buddy. It works Scott. He said, he said Alan, do you not watch the news. Do you not know what's going on? And I said, you know, I don't watch the news and don't read the newspaper tunnel put that stuff in my head. You I don't want to on my head and he flipped on the TV in the pro shop at work, and it was just every channel. You went to it was funny intial collapse. It was an I, I mean, I honestly I just had my head in the sand. I guess I had no idea. So we basically got stuck with a house, and we so badly did not want to be a landlord and rented out that we just ate to mortgage payments. And again, my, my wife, who's a Saint was not so happy with me after after that went on long enough and started getting credit card debt and of the things trying to turn to keep it going. And we, we eventually said, you know what? Let's lease it out sort of making some cash flow. The cash flow this is despite all the years of Robert kiyosaki training of how can about cash. Cash flow and and building, you know, acquiring assets and building equity, and we just, you know, didn't want to be a landlord, but it worked and we. We said, well that wouldn't so bad after went through all the stuff that you go through with tenants. When you've never had ten tenants before I all those lessons the hard way. And in a few years later, we saw that one so badly do it again. We did it again. And we basically started accumulating kind of higher end rental properties. So you've got that. So you've got that town ended up keeping it because the cash flow is good. So finally sold it in that I wanna finally sold, it rehabbed it, and sold it in two thousand seventeen so I had it for added for ten years for nine years, Lee released it out all kinds of months, so reluctant landlord, but it was okay, it all worked out. It eventually worked out. We lost a lot of money for a couple years, as painful as you, you know, as you can imagine anybody that's been real estate. It was part of the growth, so you startled selling. So I. Assorted flipping about three years ago fulltime, and then was doing it the wrong way was doing everything myself. And I, I got to the end of two thousand seventeen and said, I need a change, you know, something's got to change. And so I joined a mastermind group sort listening to all kinds of podcasts from all kinds of different people, and just started surrounding myself with people that were working smarter than I was. And so soon as I did that I remember the first time I even heard the word wholesaling. I had no idea Steve been in real estate for a decent amount. Tom had never heard of it. And so I went to trustee Google and Google that. And as soon as I read it, I thought, I know exactly if this is what I remember thinking, and I told my wife, this is what I think it is, if these people were doing what I think they're doing. This is brilliant. It's brilliant. It's so much better than what I'm doing. And, and I was making money flipping you know, doing pretty well. But so that's, that's when it started. So we met in February at the end of February at that RIA, joined that mastermind group trying to learn as much as I can learn and just jumped in and started sort of so you transition. And then you're like going to be better way than you guys hooked up. And that we see, that's the only like right when he decided he was going to start wholesaling I went to that I re- it was his his first rea- meeting to ever go to as well. And we connected there and we knew we were kind of on the same wavelength. So we met for coffee. It was about a week later, and we were talking about our vision with real estate, and we're in a, you know, at that point, we were like you know what we can, we've got a really similar vision. We can either team up or compete against each other. And so since we had a similar vision, and we were both at the beginning of our whole. Journey we decided to team up and we, we had a good connection as well. We, we had an idea that we would work really well together. Okay. So then what was on, that really struggles when you guys were started so when we first started, he was still flipping his last house, and I was doing most of the, the wholesaling work. So when we first started I think some of the early struggles were wearing too many hats. We're sitting in so many seeds and taking on so much responsibility. Because when we decided to partner up, we had a big vision, and we knew we wanted to hit the ground running. We knew that we wanted to not dabble in it, and we were all in, and we were going to create a business and create a company so that was where our sights were set. And so we started marketing like that, and so I was taking the phone calls, I was going on acquisitions appointments all running the cops I was doing the title title worked as well. Yeah. So we were sitting in so many different seeds when we first got started so band, assigns was what you guys are doing at that time, we, we, we started doing other marketing methods as well. That's what I started with initially. That was what got our first deal, my first deal ever, and then driving for dollars as well. And I was doing PPC as well on my own. I just talked myself, how to do PBC awesome and got deals from that. So we I, I come from marketing background be right. You worry do sales and marketing for health and fitness. So this is just an easy transition for you. Right. So with a marketing background, I want to do as many marketing avenues, as I can officially. And so that was the, the mindset and the perspective that I had. So I was like I don't want to just go all in on, on one thing, and just do that. I wanna be able to, to multiple marketing channels efficiently. Yeah. Well, if you don't normally have is normally say go on one, do you, well, not one and go to second one for you. Just went deep on all of them. He James is an action taker. So I won't be met. That's why we partnered up. I thought we met at that real. We're talk for a few minutes afterwards. I thought he's an action taker and we know that, right? Like, how many people do we meet op? I've always wanted to do real estate. Yeah. I'm thinking about doing real estate. You know what someday, I'm going to do real estate? There's they're everywhere. Yeah. Absolutely. It seems like it's almost everybody that you talk to I'm at I'm at him. And, and at bus circumstance, you know about fate, and we he had already been taking action in a month before that. I didn't know what wholesaling was right. So he's an action taker. So he, he did a few different methods of marketing. We immediately started doing direct mail figured out how to play that game and then went from there, so and I, I don't just just to clarify. I don't recommend that people. Start off with a bunch of different actually recommend the opposite. Yeah. And, you know, whenever we teach people how to do I actually recommend starting with one to two in going deep into that as well. Yeah, I, I don't recommend how I started. It worked though, I on the wall just able to get traction. Sounds good. It works that is not what we recommend to people. So how you guys operation different than some of your peers and your market. So I think that, like I mentioned before I have a marketing background, I feel like I really understand marketing, like a mortar and not somebody who just bought a wholesaling course. And the course said, hey, since a postcards hate put out some bandit signs. I understand the principles of marketing, and I think that a lot of people in the wholesaling industry don't they don't truly understand the principles of marketing that don't understand marketing stamina, and I feel like we really grasp that, and being been able to bring that to the table in our company. I think it's made a huge difference marketing salmon. I've only heard that from dean grassy OSI as I get from. Yeah. Yeah. He, he really likes that term. Yeah. But it's true. Absolutely true. It's how it's how real marketers thing. Yeah. And MO a lot of people. The biggest started in real estate wholesaling in they, they tried couple of different marketing avenues, and they may try to go. They may try to spread their self too thin. And they're like, oh, this doesn't work, right? Or they can only like a month and a half. Right. Right. Exactly. And so they don't have the stamina to stick in there and do the activities that are going to be income producing activities. They don't have the stamina to stay in there until the reap the rewards from their and sells market is actually something. I'm very passionate about as well. So like you I did my own paper, click, so one of the guys I like studying a lot was Dan Kennedy Dan. Kennedy got like the godfather, make them laugh and take their money. I don't know if that's him. But he's got some really good really good quotes someone liners. Yeah, that's not really amazing quote, so I'm just curious who are you learning from? So I learnt from a lot of people I actually learn from, Dan Kennedy as well. You know, Russell Brunson all. All kinds of people Frank Kern. The genius. Yeah. Yeah. So we Steve, we don't what I've gathered from our short time in the in the in the world of real estate is a CNN James references. We see a lot of people who are real estate, people who wanna learn how to wholesale or they're real estate people. And they want to learn how to flip. I I what I've learned is we're, we're sales and marketing guys. Wholesale will. And I think that's true with every industry and everyone misses it right. Where seldom marketable should never enter that happens to be in wholesale. Yeah. This is just the vehicle him Hickel many times, people don't get it. Yeah. You've learned the inner workings of this industry, and you apply your skill sets in your knowledge to this industry, and that's why you see guys who are serial entrepreneurs that are able to take marketing and sales principles and they're able to duplicate that across multiple industries and multiple businesses. So, you know, if you take skill sets and knowledge knowledge base like that, and apply it to this industry. And you really learn the inner workings, then you can see massive growth, absolutely maximumness my business partner. He wants to know what marketing channels working best for you guys max or we're gonna to say how to max while we're here. Did you guys reach out a max? I don't think we did. Yeah. Oh, sorry, we're next. Out to you. So what marketing channels are we're going to best. We are getting a lot of good results from direct mail. That's something that has always worked well, for us PPC works well for us cold calling works. Well, I think any marketing channel can work well for anybody. If they stick in there long enough to figure it out and figure out how to how to make it work. And if they look at the Anna lyrics of Kaz, we've operated in several different markets around Texas, large markets. Medium says markets smaller markets and each market has its own little things about it for whatever reason is apparently the way it's always been things work better in different markets. So there's markets where our VM or straight, and there's markets, where Drake mail is fantastic, but to have the, the wherewithal to try things, and stick with it long enough to run your numbers is part of it, and then also to be maybe to be able to predict okay, based on what we know this will likely be very, very. Good. That's where I think the experience comes in, and are you finding the same marketing channels working in one medium sized market, working in other medium sized market or east, or it is still depend on no necessarily, honestly, and we've been in, we've been in several different markets around Texas. And that's something that we have noticed is that you, you've got to test, the market market is different and, you know, one, one marketing avenue like direct mail in one market could work great and it could be the same market. Seismographic seen name per purchase price, you know, saying mediums price and then you try to end another market and it's just work as well. I know for sure for us. We've been we cancelled REM's this week you cancel is just a dud in Phoenix. They worked it works and last. Can't remember last? Marv EM's. And if you're not falling, you're KPI's, if you're not if you don't have those spreadsheets if you don't have your your weekly meetings. I'm sure you guys do. Oh, yeah. We do we track here last week right here is how many lease we got. Here's under conversations. Oh, six three weeks. Zero maybe. Right. Maybe it's out of turn that off texts. I'm assuming textile working. Well, that's our best number one hands down. Noel challenger wants to know. Is there any good books courses that have helped you with your sales skills? Is it Noah knoll challenger are? Hey, what's up? Ooh. I love sales James no sales as my sales as my, my hot button issue. So. I know James likes greatest salesman in the world. Little old school, augmented world. So check that out how res- myself from success to failure in failures is success in sales. Frank Becher old school. But I think how raise myself from players, successes fantastic. One of the Alzheimer's everybody talks about never split the difference, which is which is good. But I think if you don't have the bigger picture, fundamentals of how to deal with people, it's some of the techniques or harder to apply. So you'll ever it on that. So, I think people who, if you haven't spent time, if you haven't read how to win friends and influence people, you know, two three four five times not not in a row. But over the course of time connecting connecting with people, how just how to talk to people, what, maybe what to say. What not to say? Interestingly wrote the book a hundred years ago in yet it all still applies right? Even more. So probably now. Yeah. So xactly because people. Are becoming more and more surface level? And if you know how to connect with people, you stand out even more into days society. I think the foundation for people in my opinion should be independent on the situation that there should be more of that, that the, the fundamentals, the basics of human behavior. So I would start with those, and then I would get into the newer newer school style. You know what fascinates me right? Because I started in real estate to seven as a real estate agent as a former engineer. So for me to talk to be had to learn how to connect and like you said you wanted three bedroom two bath under hundred seventy five thousand square you know. What is the problem here? Like you said you wanted I would stop you from moving forward. So where's your checkbook? So there is definitely connecting people where it makes a big difference. I think another great sills book, because there's the connecting with people, and as a salesman, you you'll have to have the perseverance. I think fanatical prospecting. Rian book by Jeb blunt. Yeah. He talks about the, the perseverance. And knowing your numbers, as a salesman in knowing that, if you talked to fifty people in, you get one contract, then how many people do you need to talk to three contracts and finding out how to reverse engineer your numbers? Yeah. It's a great concept. I think definitely should be paying attention to that one thing that we were talking about before offline. I don't know how much hasn't talked about it is disclosure versus nondisclosure states. So this is a new concept. I never heard. So we've visit with a lot of people, right? We have friends in real estate. I don't know if in all fifty states, but we have friends in a venture to say forty out of the fifty states, and we're consistently amazed that people haven't heard of disclosure states versus nondisclosure states, I would say, just Google it and see, but one of the things that we've, we've learned is so when we pull this in the state of Texas, which is a nondisclosure state, you know, we're not there's a lot of data that is not reported because it's not required to be reported. And in fact, apparently, it's not allowed to be reported because it's not ever. So, for example, purchase prices, of course, you can get that from the MLS if you're the Malysz access you, can you can learn purchase process, where if it was an on market deal, but as far as tax records, which is where virtually all data's pulled from an ever state. There's so little that's disclosed the only time that any numbers or even disclosed. It's really not even on the tax records is just filed at the courthouse on the deed, if there was a loan, and it's how much the loan, how much the lien is on the property, and that's you know, again, you cannot hop on the source and get that information. It's, it's written on the deed, that's filed at the courthouse. So it's just I think I guess the principle is, you know learn your market. Learn your learn the rules and learn. Because one of the things if you don't know if you don't know that you're going to be buying. Listen pulling lists, and you may wanna for. Sample pull unknown include the unknown, including if you're in a nondisclosure state, you have to include unknowns in a lot of your lists. All right. That's it for you. Can afford it? Yeah. And I would say you, you said in Arizona, if you pull unknowns, it's virtually there's, so I pulled an unknown unknown list this week because that's all you gotta pull on those on those less. Unless it's a thousand people I can get that in a day, we can get through that list in one day. Yeah. So again, I think it's no your market yet. Don't waste your time. If you're in a disclosure state, it's not going to matter everything's going to be disclosed. I think that's one of the differences between markets in between states. So yeah, it's just or or talk to someone who's familiar and ask them, you know, how do I apply that from, you know, what's, what's the deal? Neither. He has a license is sue, or so it's funny. I was actually having a call. It was a consultation with someone in Texas. He's like, oh, this isn't gonna work in my Mark. He's actually know someone telling you that. Yeah. Austin's tough is like it's not gonna work in my market, because I'm a license. Realizations like what does that mean? He says every single call. You have to disclose. I'm a licensed real estate agent. You do which is crazy. You don't disclose the purchase price, but their agents have to close that the real estate agency, right? Requires you to, to disclose it because we've had people we call call and you're a real estate agent. You need to disclose that. That's a legal. Like I don't know what you're talking about broker young doing this for a long time. I don't know what law you're referring to. But then we learned recently, Texas requirement. Yep. You know, Texas. I mean, we they think that they can just, you know, do all kinds of things. So apparently there again, I, I would recommend just go state by state, right? Knowing Margo, your market, no, what applies them. What doesn't and don't just listen to everything that you hear? Yeah. It's good lesson. I'm butchering his name. But we'll be asks the you think this is more people co-, call on those who are doing direct mail are getting a better conversion rate. I think that you need to test it in your market and. Yes. And no, I think that direct Mel gets great great response rates in some markets. And I think that in other markets it gets a horrible response rate. So I think that you have to test it in your market. You can't I can't throw a blanket generalization over any marketing avenue. It's market specific. And, and, and we can I if, if here she I don't want to offend anybody I don't know. I couldn't understand the name that you said. But if they want to, you know, reach out, we'll give our contact information at the end. Right. We can give our opinion on. You know, maybe the numbers so there's response rates. Right. So if you spend a couple thousand dollars on Miller's and you just simply track, how many phone calls, you get and dependent on the response rate, you know if it's three percent or two percent or one percent or half a percent, apparently, there's markets like here where you get a point point two percent. Yeah. Call decorate. Then you may want to reconsider your choice in spending money, right? Absolutely Lucas Roscoe wants to know. How many hours per week are you guys cold calling for that question? We're cool calling about fifty hours a week. And it's total man hours. Yeah. Yeah. Total. So pretty pretty pretty small amount, I would say pretty pretty small amount. We're not the, the markets that we're focusing on the list, sizes aren't big enough to support more than that. Yeah. And he also wants to know how he gets recycling your lists for cool calling. So, yeah, we just alternate between between. Liz, so we try to hit one list about every two or three months. Okay. Steve, I love these questions. Oh I mean this is from the audience. So it's awesome. I love it. When we get active participation Carlton has wants to know. He's one of the stuff in my office. You guys both. Visit the home or do you both go, visit the home or do you has lock it up over the phone? Okay. Here we go. Can I handle? This is the sales question. All right. So carlton. What's up on Annecy acquisitions? Yes. So acquisition or listening, depending which way the seller women. Cool. Okay, cool. So we actually prefer. To we we're boots on the ground. And we come in from a sales background. You know, my thinking is give me in front of somebody getting into a conversation with somebody, and we've found that our margins on deals are a lot better when we're in person, we actually are doing acquisitions and dispositions mostly in person, you know, we, we are not saying that everybody needs to do that depending on your market, depending on your situation. We are. We are grossing a lot more profit. I think because as far as what are, what are the differences between us and other wholesalers? We, we are we go deep with, with the in person? Now we're able to do we've done. We've gone virtual, we've done things every which way a lot of our property sell side, and seen. But if they're if it's going side and seeing they're going above asking price. And if they wanted that bad bad, right? Otherwise, we're gonna get we're gonna show it, and we're gonna try to get the, the most for it again, that's market specific. So not, not saying everybody needs to do that. That's what we do awesome. And then a solution services wants to know do you guys pull any of your deals or do you put all your wholesale deals on molest. We actually don't put any on that melas. Okay. Good question chicken on the rules in your in your area, there states, where you're allowed to do that. And they're states where you're gonna let it and there's markets that, that work better for that as well. You know, some markets, especially if you're in a smaller market may. Not be agree market to do that in because we're gets around quickly and some markets that we've we have operated in the agents don't even know what. Wholesaling wholesaling, is that would. That would be even this market. Yeah. The title companies don't know what wholesaling is. So there are markets that, that may not be as good of an idea to do this. And a lot of time and effort into our buyers list. So a lot of times, you know, not knock on wood. I'll say this in a humble way, a lot of times, we're outperforming the MLS with the prices press per square foot that were selling things for. So can you elaborate on dispositions in person because it was the first time ever heard anyone do at this really? I've heard people do over the phone right instead of doing the game about sex, boss. I wanna call you. Hey James is probably locked up. Sure. Calling you first. Right. Everyone wants to that I call so they enlarge different ways to do dispositions. Right. So. One of the ways that you can do it is. We so so we have a full-time dispositions person who has a sales background. He's done acquisitions. He's dispositions in fact, all of our people are cross trained and he gets the business enough to where we're comfortable with him. So I if it's an occupied house, we'll schedule it we'll try to make sure that the people living, there are out of the property, if it's all we don't typically put a lot bucks on it. But we do we want him over there. You know, I want him show in the property. We'll try to get three four five six buyers. They're you know, not a million buyers or anything crazy affects the a little bit. And so we'll have so little little nugget for for you guys that are considering doing this. You know, we have a kind of awkward, but we have a no talking policy. So just just nobody talked to anybody. Please. And. We, we kinda joke about it, but we were really not joking about it like, hey, we're very direct and up front about that with the buyer's like, hey. No words nowhere spoke. This is like. Yeah the sound game. It is. Yeah. Put the put your hands in your. Yeah. My kid's preschool, right? Mega bubble. Gets. We need to have a makeup bubble rule with our, our buyer, so note, no talking to other buyers. No talking tenants. No talking to anybody that you see in fact, if you even see me we'll make eye contact. No words will actually come out of our mouths and it's awkward. Right. But the we joke about it to, to make a point you know. And we don't want anybody talking to, I don't want anybody bashing the house. Oh man. This is this is in rough shape. You know how buyers are. Oh, yeah. I'm an investor. I'm a buyer to I'll do the same thing when I go to Melissa listings and its bad, I'm Bayer may not be back in the back of the house. You know, bashing them. The other legit buyers that are there, so no no talking. And of course, we don't want them talking around our tenants or sellers. Yeah. So, anyway, yeah, not not talking. Get in. Get out fifteen fifteen minutes, we've had people show up late shows plate dudes. Are you missed it? Mr chan. We'll we'll schedule. We'll schedule times with the seller. Right. When we lock up a contract, right? When we lock up the contract, where scheduling times to go view, the house, and we're scheduling viewing times for these bars this show up. So they've got like one or two times time slot that they've got to show up and that's it as he descended expectation of front. Absolutely. Sure. That's two huge nuggets so blow bubble. The schedule we tally have a light board. We can tell you. Yeah. Like, the that's part of the issue with owner-occupied houses were vacant. We try to get a lock box on the property and immediately. But we still try to do the same thing because whenever you are controlling the process it helps to increase the demand. So absolutely. Yeah. So, so we whether it's bacon occupied if it's occupied though, schedule the showing time, right? When you lock up the contract and make clear expectations with that homeowner immediately what the process is going to look moving forward that the acquisitions person. Yeah. Obviously, does that law their son in the contract. Yeah. Whether that's in person on the contractor. They weren't able to lock it up in person. So they're on the phone taking them through the docu sign. That's another big, big one that we didn't do it. I we don't just send docu San's randomly and hoped the seller, sign them, we're actually not sitting the docu sign until we're on the phone with okay? Do you do you have your Email opened up? Okay. Click click the inbox button. Do you see you see the Email from Doug? Okay. Click on. That, right. To me, this is sales, right? Look at sales control visas lead the process, and so from that moment, right there all the way through the signing of the contract. And then explaining okay here's how this is going to work, and it goes through the, the point of okay, I'm gonna put a lot bucks on the property. Some guys can get in there. And so, yeah, we like to leave the process all the way through. And then the of course, acquisitions will hand it off to, to bring lots of lots of gold nuggets, there Jefferson and wants to know what is it team? Look like today. So our team is free myself an Allen, and I run all of the marketing for, for a company Alan house with sales training. He's also we were doing some flips. We're not doing as many flips now. So Allen was overseeing that and that we have a we didn't take manager. We have an aquisitions threat and dispositions rip and our lead intake manager also helps with transaction coordinating. So the lead intake manager explained to me what exactly this person's role is so. All of the inbound leads. He's in charge of managing the inbound leads. And then we, we do have a cold cold leads the come in as well from our coal caller, go directly to the acquisitions route, but the weed manager make sure that the cold call information is input into our CRM and documented inbound versus outbound. I'm not I don't come from a marketing background. So I literally I don't know. You do probably I have to stop and think through. Okay. Inbound means male. Is it? Anybody that calls us, right? Yeah. Anybody responding to a marketing message the net out. Yeah. Yeah. Are they sell trained or they're just input great question? Mostly just input. The they do they are relationship train and people train, but they're not necessarily sills trained. Gotcha gathered gather information. Give a good report put it in the CRM mega clean hand off to that. And they do in this schedule an appointment if it's an any way even potentially qualified lead we go in schedule the appointment if it's if it's a colder lead based on the criteria that we've we have specific criteria that they're trained on how to qualify lead fits, a cold lead. They'll book it out. You know we have just to get something on the calendar. So the acquisitions got can really analyze the deal, if they feel like it's a warmer lead, they'll scheduled for three or four days out, if they like it's a hot lead. They'll schedule it as soon as possible, and they immediately hang up the phone, and call the acquisitions gone say I got one. I got one right. So there there's a little bit more to their job. Then the maybe a lot of people realize. Gotcha. And he also wants to know what your big. I challenge over the last few months is Jeffrey, again, this is Jeff Regan man. Oh, my goodness, Geoffrey. So, you know, speaking of our team I mean, we we, we've wholesaled several different ways there's a lot of different ways to do this, and we've grown our team from just James, and I up to four people eight people up to twelve people in, you know, in six seven months from scratch up to twelve people. We've been an into multiple markets, so three or four markets simultaneously. And then we've scaled back down. Now we're back down to a six six or so people. So. I like the word challenge opportunity, our biggest jeffer- going to call it opportunity, our biggest opportunities lately. I really think it's, it's probably that is probably the personnel getting getting the, the systems and the people doing what we need them to do, and documenting it the way that we need to document it and making those like making the personnel. How do you grow your team? How, how do you making sure that expectations efficiently as early as possible, and whenever we, we scaled back, we actually are gross profit went through the roof whenever we brought our team in. We went from twelve people done to six people, and we just did two hundred four thousand dollars last month in gross profit, and wholesale fees, and the and that was our highest month ever, and it was a smaller team, and it's the power of focus so it was getting everybody focused on what they need to be doing what their responsibility. These are what their outcomes are for, for the day for the wheat getting everybody laser focused on what they need to be doing and what their outcomes are and Kelly. And if I could drop drop something here that we've learned the hardly for those that are, that are setting goals and you wanna you wanna. So what we teach people that, that were scaling their business. We tell them you know be specific with your goals. So, so, for example, we set a goal we said, we want to gross five hundred thousand dollars in profit by certain date. It was a goal. It was specific. It was realistic. It was measurable. It was attainable. And it had a time frame on it. It was it was a goal, right? We, we weren't we got all those things. Right. Except it wasn't specific enough. We said, we said gross profit, we probably should have set a net profit goal so so get specific because. You guys you can make all kinds of gross profit. But that's not what you think. Right. How much you make? It's much you keep. Yeah. Alabama wants to know when you're, you're signing the contract. How are you explaining to the homeowner that the cells and other investor for higher than the offer when it's time to close? How do you explain this sinement to we actually don't assign hardly any deals? We double close almost everything that we do. Yeah. We we're, we're actually double closing, so we chose to go the route of double closing and typically, you know, typically bring in money to the table closing on it, and then some we'll take a double, escrow, when you guys close in Texas, you guys at the Britain funds legally legally, you're supposed to bring funds to the table advocates in Arizona. Really? Yeah. Yeah. There, there are some times that we have not had to. But technically you're supposed to their more and more title companies going away from that in Texas. And there are fewer tight. Title companies that will do a true title pass through. It's just becoming rare more, a more rare every day. So yeah, what we're talking about. There's an eight ABI transaction. There's a beat ac- transaction, and what we're talking about is using the funds from the C transaction to fund the purchase. Right. The eight it'd be purchased. So sounds like I need to go down there and be transactional. Started title company is Steve. Here. So. How's it going? It's going good. So it's it's not as easy as I thought it was. That's, that's kind of how it always goes with every business. Stock next. We need to talk about the ten x rule. Let's see. So the question you seller that you bring. Okay, so you tell every seller you bring potential buyers through to talk about that. We don't you tell them. What do you tell them coming through the house? We, we do not tell the seller that we, we do things on a need to know basis. So, so how do you explain these random going, so our? Yeah. My positions guys are trained to, to tell them, you know, look, we've got we've got my boss that needs to see the property. We've got my, my bosses business partner that needs to see the property, and then we've got contractors the way that we're able to do what we're able to do is, we move we move quickly so on Wednesday when we're back. We'll be back here on Wednesday at two o'clock. He'll say we even though he isn't acquisitions person isn't it'd be back. But he'll say he'll say, you know, Jacobs gonna be here. He's in charge of all of our contractors use in charge of all of our, our operations and Jake. Is going to be here on Wednesday at two o'clock, like we talked about, he we're going to try to get, you know, this is this is great for you, Steve because we're going to try to get everybody in there at the same time my goal and Jacob's goal is to get everybody in there. We're going to get in. We're going to get out. It's going to be about thirty minutes. You're going to go to Starbucks you're gonna get a coffee. It's gonna be great. You're gonna take your Sanjay great. Yeah. You're going to take your kid at chick fillet. It's going to be perfect. We're going to we're going to buy you Chick-fil-A meal and, and we're going to be in and out in, in thirty minutes. And that way were that's how we're able to do this. That's how we're able to throw around cash. Like, like we don't take that lightly. I want all my ducks in a row, I want to get everybody in here. I want everybody on the same page. We'll get the scope of work. You know, we don't say scoreboard, but we're going to get everybody knowing what needs to happen as soon as possible, and that's how we're able to close a quickly. That's awesome. Let's see other questions on this side. We. So we gots, by the way, Steve, while you're pulling up the next question our goal is not to be deceptive or anything like that, again, when I say things are on a need to know basis that the seller, would, they really want to know is, are you going to close on my house? Are you going close on this deal, or you're going to get money in my Bank account or you're going to get this done, and they need to know from us that we're going to? And so we're very definitive about that. Like this is how this is going to work. This is the next step. This is what's going to happen. And this is this is. All the also want to know is do I have certainty here? You know, to cannot trust you. And I think explaining it like that brings a sense of certainty an almost it almost most of our sellers at actually calms them down a little bit to realize, hey, this is just how this is going to work. So our goal is not to be not to be deceptive. But in, by the way, we flip houses as well. So we do need to get, you know, there are times, actually literally, I'll go to the showing if it's a house. I'm I'm thinking about buying which happens quite frequently, and I'm going to buy say from my from my wholesaling company, then I literally will go with my contractor. In fact, I do that quite a bit so that I think that needs to be your mindset. I don't think look at things like I'm a wholesaler and I need to trick people into look at every property as, if you were going to buy it, and maybe maybe you need to bring your contractor and we'll send them. All right. And that's why are. Dispositions process looks the way it does, as well is because it benefits the homeowner tremendously. Whenever we do it that way. Instead of having a bunch of different showings. We wanna keep them having as much pieces peace of mind as produce the chaos, right? Yes. So sire swagger wants to know. Do you was your contract Rubai attorney off the internet? What did you guys get your assignment? Oh my goodness. James, tell them the story better contract. So we got our contract from, of course that I bought. Oh, nice. And then we had revisions made the tour James and Allen met. Yes, so I bought a course, and that's how I learned how to start wholesaling and got a contract from the course. And we have made several revisions to time everytime. We learned a lesson. Well, and I don't know if we're gonna get into this, but so one of the things for example, we've, we've dealt with a lot of different title companies each Tato company. I'm sure you have to east huddle company that you deal with a lot of times you end up talking to different closing agents, sometimes you end up talking to their attorneys, just not because anything's wrong. But just through that relationship, right? Yeah. We've also learned things from those relationships and they'll thank God. You know, they'll say things like, hey just so you know, I notice that you didn't have such such close in there or just so you know, other investors do such. So that's how it came about. I think it's a great contract, I think that people should go state by state when it comes to contracts, I've heard in Texas, a lot of guys like you a lot of investors like to use the theory, c- contract. Yes. The forms. But you guys know we don't the trick trick form is like between ten and ten and fourteen pages long, and we've thought about using it, and keep them out. We're not licensed right? I don't think these guys. Are you don't have to be? You don't have to work for him. Yeah. Interestingly, no. You know, no one. Yeah. Really have to be in Arizona. The you have to be, it's a, it's a, it's a trademarked document. Okay. Let's think ours are trademarked, but they may not enforce it that, that may be what it is. And again, we're not getting legal advice or anything, but I think Steve's on a good a good point here as far as the there's the realities in the calories of it. And then there's the, you know, those are two different things the reality and the technicality. Did we answer that? Yeah. You as your own and you, you had multiple give you advice on how to update until your contracts. Yes. One call it. Right. Was it, two one colon one because that's all we need. If we needed to we would have to need five within five. Let's see what else was the I'm trying to go through all of these questions. These were retracted. Oh, Aaron Brown asking me. It starts out in Fort Worth. Digital cash wants to know we'll percentage of the deals that you guys lock up. Do you close percentage of the deals that we lock up, actually end up closing? So it's, it's above seventy percent that actually close I would like to say it's like ninety nine or one hundred percent but we. In our in our opinion. There's really just a couple of reasons. Why deals don't close to many title issues to where it's almost not unsolvable because we don't shy away from unsolvable ones. When you're in smaller medium size markets, a lot of times, you need to take every deal you can get, and if it's gonna take two or three months to close and a lot of people that needs to happen, then you're gonna do that, especially early on when you need to make some cash. But anyway, unresolvable title issues, and that's that's pretty much. The, the biggest reason why deals don't close for us is unresolved tunnel issues, most of the time. It's not because we bought it, too high are aquisitions rip is extremely good at what he does, and we've got a great disposition side, as well and most of the time, we don't have trouble moving the property. It's because of title issues that are just a mess Clinton was on the show last week. Clinton floors, and he was talking about how what's up Clinton? He was talking about how there was a time where there's a great fear that the government's started taking all these properties from the African American community. Yes. And and they start adding everyone on the title. Are you guys had the Jesuit into that? And we got. Did Jesuit into that. And we got some issues. I listen to Clinton talk about that. And I gotta tell you I had never thought about that from that perspective before we haven't seen that we've had a couple of we've had a couple of cases buying houses, from a couple of African American families where it was either an, an estate or they had so many errors on the property. I can think of two instances specifically were that was the case. Yeah, but it wasn't. I think that was more. So because they had somebody at passed away, without a will thirty years ago in s-. Remember there was a point where we were going to need about seventeen or so affidavits layer shows seventeen people had to sign and we were just like we're not gonna mess with it. But I didn't think that it was because of that, I think it was just the multigenerational. Uncle Carlos those deals. He said, that's where the money's ash local coral is he's a beast is a animal. What does and I don't think this for everybody what he does. I. I, I don't have anybody thinks that it's for everybody either. I don't know that he does. I, I don't like doing that kind of work from a marketing background. I like to predictability and I wanna know I wanna see volume and I want to see properties churning. I don't wanna have to spend a ton of time digging, and digging, and digging. I wanna I wanna have predictable numbers right that I can track. Clements boardroom Bordeaux wants to know how you handling artists money with your sellers. Okay. So earnest money. We have them. Okay with our sellers with our sellers. We turn it into the title company, we turn in a very small, you know, do we, we typically, we'll do whatever needs to be done right. We have cash reserves for that purpose. We've never actually even had sellers report with a missile good. We don't have sellers that pitch a fit about earnest money. So if we can do ten dollars, we'll do ten. Dollars. It's not really that they trust us. They know we've built a reputation. Now we're done. Hundred two hundred fifty even five hundred before but most of the time. Yeah. Most of the time, it's not very much. So you guys mentioned that, you know, Texas being nondisclosure stay this and challenges there. So what are you guys using the pull that in Texas? So it it's just it's just a bit more challenging. I think we use probably what most people use. So we use Lewis source just again, a nugget, for those of you, not just in Texas, but anywhere when you're pulling data when you're if you're pulling it safe from list, source, or just make sure you're pulling the unknown. So if you're gonna say are at livable square footage, a want, you know, twenty five hundred square feet or smaller is one of your criteria. If you notice that there's an unknown option, add, the unknown option and look to see how many more leads it is. Yes. How many normal amount, how many names are added to the list, if you check the unknown box, and you'll see? See, you'll you'll be able to see the the difference between a disclosure area in a nondisclosure area because if you click the unknown box, and there's a ton of names added than you are in nondisclosure area. Probably right. And what that leads to, of course, is watered down, you know, less less high quality results. But in, in our opinion, the more hurdles there are to success, the better for us. All right. We've said from day one, you know, we're not one of these fly by night here today. Gone tomorrow, operations were building this out. We're going to dominate our markets that were in, and we, we, we can have a runway that we're gonna see this through. And if you know, a lot of people will get a watered-down list like that. And it's got thousands and thousands of people you don't know if they're good leads or not. You're getting calls that are coming in. Maybe are good. You know can you stick it out? Can you figure this out? What goes back to the marketing seminar, you mentioned earlier. Yeah. I've a marketing, a piece of marketing advice that I got from one of our mentors who I was telling you off off camera. He this marketing mentor of ours has done marketing for Tony Robins. He has advised dean garage, Yosi and marketing he's advise Russell Brunson. So he knows his stuff, and he is three keys when it comes to increasing your income with marketing, and it is provide goodwill and value to the marketplace make offer. Every day and increase the size of your audience if you're doing those three things consistently, then you're going to increase your income, and it's pretty much impossible not to increase your income. If you were doing those things consistently. Deal flow. How are you guys doing? Like how many are you guys? I house one hundred last year hundred and two last year deals close so in all right. So to give you an idea of kind of where we're at in January. We closed tin tin deals in February. We closed ten deals in March, I don't remember if it was, maybe eight or something. Yes, that was right about when we started scaling back in order to get bigger. Now we're back up, so we're between seven and ten seven a month. Which is pretty good for the size of markets that we're in. It's steady though, right? Like I if you're if you're doing one or two, and then you have two or three months and guys, we've been there we've been through that where you know, do one or two three four deals. And then you have two or three months read, I'll do adult clothes any your pipeline is not full enough. We try to focus on our pipeline on a weekly basis. So we wanna make sure that we're having you know two three four contracts week so that our pipeline stays full not think that whenever you are focusing on your your pipeline condense that timeframe down that you're, you're looking at your timeline or your pipeline. And what are you doing? Today, setting number setting number target numbers for your daily activities for your weekly activities. And if you go week without a contract, then I think that you start to start to push the pedal to the metal at that point, are you doing enough activity to produce a contract week or if you're just getting started a contract a month? But what activities you need to be doing to produce those kind of numbers, right? What is you guys is targeted assignment fee? So our goal. So I'll preface this by saying when we first started we thought that ten thousand dollars was a good assignment fee because that's a lot of money. It is a lot of money. Right. So that, that was where our expectation was, and that was where mindset was, and this is a this is a huge key for addressing mental barriers. Because typically we get anchored on specific numbers any any kind of number that comes across our life, we can get anchored with those numbers. So when we first started we heard these podcasts people or these webinar people talking about ten thousand dollars fee and that was where we were anchored and that was where a mindset was. Well, when we started going a little bit further, we were averaging fifteen thousand dollars for our assignment fees. We brought it on our acquisitions guy, sir. Bill, nutter team and started it started building out our team. Our aquisitions guy. Why was so driven so motivated when we brought him on our assignment fee, went our average summit fee, went from fifteen to twenty well, right off the bat and just recently, we experienced a similar a similar change, and we started hearing about people that were doing assignment fees that were fifty grand people that are averaging thirty grand? And we were like why don't we have to average twenty thousand dollars for an assignment fee, who says we can't average thirty thousand if we put that out there, if that's where our mindset is. And that's what our expectation is going into these deals. Could we possibly average thirty thousand dollars? Yeah. And assignments and then coincidentally last month. Average we did. We did go up last month. We did seven deals, and that was for a total gross profit of two hundred four thousand if you do the math on that, that is twenty nine thousand dollars eight average for the assignment. Yeah. That was that was several months after James and assorted asking the question. So I know this may not have been what he asked. But, you know, the answer is check your expectations. Check your, you can run your numbers and bake in a say, ten or fifteen thousand whatever number, you want to bake in as your as your fee that you think you're going to get. But or sorry is the minimum fee that you that you think you need to get? But then you get in on that appointment or you get on the back end with your buyers. And if you can get it for a couple of thousand dollars cheaper than you thought, and if you can sell it for a couple thousand dollars more than you thought, maybe you could then you can literally take your average is from ten to fifteen or fifteen to twenty. Yeah. Some of our biggest deals as often because we. Screwed up initially. The power of what I what's in your mind. Absolutely. This thing about anchoring is a real thing. It affects all of us if you're out there right now and you're thinking that ten thousand is, is really big in your head. Then it will be. Yeah. It will be big. They're just wants to know what's your average. I'm not what's your average? What's your biggest wholesale deal are our biggest pure wholesale deal was sixty two thousand but our biggest profit on a deal that we pre Habte, always till they. So it was it was essentially a hotel deal was one hundred was the, the naked the net. This is after paying a realtor. Everything was a net of one hundred and thirty. So now, you know, we're talking to take ownership of the property to a quick, clean the trash out though it on the market, wait, wait thirty forty five days, sixty days. Right. I'm not saying it's not working. Rehab. It was a it was a pre have just cleaning. It out is making too. Yeah. So go into the marketing person here, how much you guys spending a month in marketing. So our marketing budget sits around fifteen thousand dollars a month and so last month when we did two hundred four thousand we spent fifteen thousand dollars in marketing in that if you were to break that out where is that the most where's that spent the most mo- most of the marketing cost is on direct mail because it's the most expensive. Yeah. Mean Cole calling is really cheap PPC in some of the markets that were in is actually pretty cheap is not one of the most expensive ones the because they're smaller markets. And there aren't as many people just clicking on the ads. Yeah. So, you know, I could have a I have a budget set for eight thousand dollars but only spin. However, much. We spend, yeah, not even close to that. Not much. So anyway, direct mill comprises most of the marketing costs. Nothing again to go back to what we've learned. I it's so market specific, I think that are the reason that we're spending that much 'cause that's a lot of money to be spending. We're having to mail for heaven to mail to a lot of people. And we don't necessarily know how great that data is. Yeah. Because of this non disclosure issue. Right. This not as closer state issue that because of all those unknowns. Well known equities unknown square footage is unknown. How long have they own the property? I mean it is amazing. Probably how much money we're spending marketing to people who again, it could be terrible data. Yeah. But again, can you stomach that can you can you handle that, are you? Okay with it. And I we were not making we were not having two hundred thousand dollar months. You know, there's months where we had a lot of overhead, and it was not even not one hundred not eighty s best, the fun of owning a business so monthly overhead total sum total monthly overhead not paying not paying us a salary or anything we pay our selves, a salary, and we reinvest all the rest of the money that our company makes so if you don't count paying. Us as the owners it total overhead off with office is right under thirty. I think so. Yeah, just under thirty I believe, is that, right? Yeah. Thirty thirty five. I think. And then Rick wants to know Howdy is determined. What markets to get into? So I think that's a great question. Because especially, you know, we were operating in four or five different markets around Texas. And there were markets that we went into that were horrible markets and other markets that we wanted to that were great. And so we've kind of learned, what to look for in our markets. And what makes a good wholesale market. So if you're wholesaling, you want there to be upside for your buyer, so that's where you're going to be able to get better margins. So if you're in a market, that has a low price point on the median home, so price, then you're probably going to have thin margins on your wholesale deals, because you're going to have to get those properties. You know, we, we were in markets that looking homeless, or V, and you're like you're like the air vs, like fifty thousand dollars day or you're going to get these these houses for. Like eight thousand bucks, and you're having to tell this homeowner I can pay eight thousand dollars for your house, but your car's worth more than than your house. That that's kinda stomach. Exactly. But it's cash, so you're welcome. We look for a median home price around two hundred fifty thousand to three hundred thousand I think that's ideal for for your market. And if you're wanting to do a good amount of volume as well. You want to see a total market size, around five hundred thousand for for your area as a minimum for your area. If you're wanted to do a fair amount of volume if you're wanting to do under four deals a month, you know, have to have that you're wanting to do more than that, you know, get up to seventy eight ten deals, a month, I think five hundred thousand or more, otherwise you're just going to be hitting the same people over and over and over and over, and I got a friend in Spokane. He's like, I've run out of people. I'm calling the same people over and over again. Exactly. You're on a first name basis. Yeah. Hey, Johnny go to your point about, you know, by by their house for price of a car there is. I remember this is a long long time ago, but I just bought like an audience for, you know, it was thirty five t I bought a used Steve. Oh, I was going to say you big time and bought it used show. But I show up at the house and offered his later that twenty K for house like I just felt like such a jerk. I just bought this car for thirty five after twenty for a house, but you know, it was like sixty five the number I showed any the law org. Sure. It happens. Yeah. Any tool systems tricks, and he has anything you want? We're getting close to the end. So what's, what's our time, or well past this losing engagement, one hundred people. So awesome. Somebody asked question again. Give me some questions. So as far as tools, Bill Harper says you guys are. Man. Gary, we toss sorry was reaching out to you trying to get you out to Portland anyway. Continue Todd swagger. So I don't know about tools. I mean, I don't think we have any revolutionary tools that we're using I will say that, something that we learned, in this is just a nugget, that I want them, we for everybody something that we've learned through scaling our business so quickly and going to multiple markets. So quickly is our framework for growth and expansion, and I was given this, this piece of advice from one of our mentors who's an eight fear business owner. And he said that every time I followed this the stages in the of this process, it works, and every time I violate this principle. It doesn't work out. So the principle is a principle. Four growing your company, and it's three stages stabilize optimize. And expand. And if you follow those three stages than almost every time it will work, stabilize, your, your operations. Get a steady lead. Flow coming in. Get a steady deal flow coming in start bringing on people get it to where they are doing deals consistently off. Demise. Your, your processes optimize your marketing channels. So if you're looking to you have a vision of going into multiple markets, stabilize optimize, and then expand stabilize and optimize your, your primary market. I go deep in your primary market optimize each marketing channel that you can, and then look at expansion because if you don't have your systems or processes, your personnel, stabilize and optimize, first, then you're going to expand in eventually, you're either going to die or you're going to have to retract in order to get healthy. And then you'll have to expand after that. Yeah. Probably something that Gary can help with any interrupt there. It systems. Can I mention this to Steve, another thing that I think there's some confusion out there about this idea there? There is a lot of free information out there like this podcast. Yeah. That is. Absolutely. In fact, the way that we met the reason that we met is we were so impressed with what you're putting out with the, the value that you're providing and guys, you know if you haven't shown love to Steve, please show this custom love for what he's doing. There's a lot of free content. There's YouTube university, right? The but there's a difference between content and coaching. There's a difference between information and true learning. True mentor ship find mentors. Find coaches find a mastermind fund private coaches. If you need to go you, if you want to scale, you know, we have a lot of coaches in our in our lives that we could give you an exam- light TV perspective on that we will have spent over one hundred thousand dollars and coaching and mentoring this year. Oh in just that. That's how much we value it. And that's you know, you wanna know one of the tricks to scaling a million dollars in your first year like find a mentor who's done. It find somebody who's done it. Yeah. Find somebody who's currently running a seven figure Parisian and have the mentor. You have the dive into your business with you in teach the teach you the exact processes, have somebody in your corner, that is literally fighting on your behalf to see you succeed, whenever you come across that hurdle. You don't know how to overcome. Right. Find this, this battle solo man, that's a lonely road and it will be. Long time. It's going to take a long time. How how long do you want it to take? And how painful, do you want it to be right? I, I did real estate for. What do we say? Ten ten. Ten eleven twelve years. Yeah. In a somewhat profitable. But painful painful way in and yet, we've done what we've done in the last one year because we surrounded ourselves with coaches with mentors of mastermind groups, are willing to spend money. I think there's a I think there's just a misnomer. I think there's a miss a amidst concept out there that you don't need to pay for anything. You can do everything you've ever wanted to do for free. And I disagree, one of our passions is helping people. And of our passions is pouring back into people in saying you can do this, too. And here's exactly what to do. Right. Right. But, but don't think that it's going to be easy. Don't think you can just Google it and figure it out when you need an answer. Who do you call when you need when you when you can do a sticky situation who's on your side? Who could send a message to? That's the big thing. Right. So there's so much information and, you know, we put it out there right Ryan people, there's lots of free information and, and you can use a lot of it. But that point, you just made when you get stuck that information is now on YouTube and not on Google when you get stuck when you hit that plateau. Yeah. When when you when you spend so much, and you're, you're not profitable which, that's a whole nother tangent. You know, we've got a whole bunch of people that as far as coaching goes that teach people how to make a whole lot of money. But don't teach people how to manage that money and how to stay profitable. And that's a, that's a huge passion of ours, as well as seen people actually keep a lot of money. Don't teach people how to make a lot of money because people how to manage that in a way that they're going to keep the money and be profitable for the long-term, right? Absolutely. So we're going to leave in just a second and do some last thoughts. So guys, if you guys want to copy Simon contracts, we're constantly updating it, we've got some really strong. Teeth in there. So have you guys want something to enforce your contracts texts assignment, two three four five hundred four or five again, that's a sinement to three or four five three or four or five and next Wednesday, two o'clock? We've got Ryan Pineda coming in from Vegas as it talk about how he runs his operation in Vegas. So last thoughts L start with Allen. Goodness. I feel like yeah, I feel like I just shared my thoughts, the, the most I feel like the most the second best thought my second best thought, or at minimum my third best thought Steve. Guys. I think, yeah, I think to make sure you choose wisely who surround yourself with, you know, the old sayings about you, your income's going to be the average of the five people, you spend the most around, which they say, even include your spouse. Right. So there's one of your there's one of your five or so, like be choose wisely, who you spend who you spend time with you learn from who surround yourself with, and as you're doing that think about, you know, one of the things that I did when I got burnt out at the end of two thousand seventeen I remember joined the mastermind group and I showed up, and I remember, you know, I, I remember just telling everybody that I saw see, you know, I don't I don't know what I wanna do yet because I don't know what I wanted to look like you. I want to decide what I want my life to look like a year from now. What all my life to look like two years from now five years from now and then surround yourself with people who have a similar vision for what, you know, look at their life, look at what their life looks like and what their results clanking and surround yourself with those kinds of people. Absolutely. I make sense. Yeah. And I the really the last message that I want to leave people with is find a mentor, and I, I would say pay for mentorship. And I say pay for it, because the more that you, pay them where you pay attention. It's just a fact. Yeah. It's a fact and the reason why I'm so passionate about this, Steve. I was making seventeen thousand dollars in the year two thousand seventeen a year and a half ago, I was making seventeen thousand dollars, and we built a one point one million dollar wholesaling company. Well, that's less than some airtime. I'ma fees rights. Wait, listen, our average jet. Oh, goodness. I mean I made that in my second deal ever, I made that total in our second dole ever. So in the only reason that I've gotten to this, this level in that we built the business that we have is because we went out and found mentors. We have found mentors for every single piece within our business, every department within our business. We have a mentor for, and we would not have been able to build this without it. My first mentor that I ever hired my first business coach that I've ever hired was a personal training, business coach, and I had no money at the time and the, the business coach was charging six thousand dollars for his program, and I just received a check for my wife's grandparents to buy furniture and the chick was for fifteen hundred dollars and they I talked the coach into accepting that as a down payment, and I said, I promise accept this, I will take action and pay for the rest of the program with the. Results that I get in it changed the course of my life at changed my perspective on coaching. So we I mean we, we have a, a small mentoring group that we started. We've had a lot of people reach out to us about mentor ship because we built this so quickly and they want to know how we've done it, we've learned from dozens of high level mentors in our life. So if somebody's interested in that Sony resonated, with it go to REI game changers dot com and fill out an application there. We'll talk to you, but yeah. Reach out to us. I if you, if you resonate with us you have any questions at all reach out to us. So that was kind of goes that last point. It's almost get hold of you. How do they get hold of you? They want the best way, right? If they want to get a hold of me. Yeah. You go to REI game changers dot com or you can reach me on Instagram at the real James Hodges who not the fake one billion so the real. James Hodges on Instagram at me on Facebook. I truly believe that if you wanna make an impact be available. So also shoot me, a text at nine four zero two seven three eight zero to two that's us. I blow. James. Okay. He caught me off guard with that. And my supposed to say my cell phone number. You know, I, I, I believe that if you want to make an impact, billable answer, I think that I was. I was I didn't know you were. Yeah. When you're exactly don't, don't techs, James, and be a weirdo. Okay. He's, he's available, but not like that. So we yeah. Find us at REI game changers dot com. And it's literally, the fastest way to to get onto our radar for sure. Cool awesome. Then you guys were watching Steve shoutout to guys you so much. You have him some love this guy. Some love share every one of his episodes, he's literally making a massive impact on the world. And thank you so much. Yes, thank you. What? We're gonna do a hundred millionaires. I know for sure it's going to happen hundred millionaire. Oh, you're going to do a thousand man. You're gonna reset your golsen. I'm assuming probably probably gonna have to reset your goal before you hit the goal. True.

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